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May 2020

Karen Alter, “Is It a Dance or Is It Chicken: The German Constitutional Court’s European Central Bank Ruling,” Verfassungsblog (May, 13, 2020).

Sheila Bedi, David M. Shapiro, Margo Schlanger & Lynn S. Branham, Incarceration and the Law, Cases and Materials (10th ed. 2020).

Leigh Buchanan Bienen, 2003 Chicago Murders: 140 Death Eligible Murders in Cook County, Illinois in 2003, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-10 (2020).

Robert P. Burns, The Enfranchised Jury, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-12 (2020).

Steven Gow Calabresi & Gary Lawson, The U.S. Constitution: Creation, Reconstruction, the Progressives, and the Modern Era (2020).

Alyson Carrel, “Reimagining Settlement with Multi-Party Computation,” JTIP Blog (May 19, 2020).

Brian Citro & Kat Albrecht, “Data Control and Surveillance in the COVID-19 Response,” NULR of Note (May 26, 2020).

David A. Dana, Not Just a Procedural Case: The Substantive Implications of Knick for State Property Law and Federal Takings Doctrine, 47 Fordham Urban Law Journal 591 (2020).

John Elson & Jeffrey Hearne, “Avoiding Evictions, Homelessness and Viral Spread: What the Courts and Bar Can Do,” Daily Business Review (May 13, 2020).

Michael S. Kang, Hyperpartisan Gerrymandering, 61 Boston College Law Review 1379 (2020).

Andrew M. Koppelman, Gay Rights vs. Religious Liberty? The Unnecessary Conflict (2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Rules for the Virus,” Law & Liberty (May 7, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Book Review: ‘Never Trump’ and the New GOP,” Law & Liberty (May 14, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Why Universities Need the New Title IX Rules,” Law & Liberty (May 21, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Faithless Electors and Faithful Judges,” Law & Liberty (May 28, 2020).

Jide Nzelibe, American Identity Politics and International Law, 58 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 332 (2020)

James E. Pfander & Jacob P. Wentzel, The Common Law Origins of Ex parte Young, 72 Stanford Law Review 1269 (2020).

James E. Pfander & Wade Formo, The Past and Future of Equitable Remedies: An Essay for Frank Johnson, 71 Alabama Law Review 723 (2020).

Stephen B. Presser, “Trump Should End Flynn Travesty with Pardon,” NewsMax (May 15, 2020).

Susan E. Provenzano & Brian Larson, Civil Procedure as a Critical Discussion, 20 Nevada Law Journal 967 (2020).

Susan E. Provenzano, Can Speech Act Theory Save Notice Pleading?, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-11, ___ Indiana Law Journal ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Martin H. Redish & Julio Pereyra, Resolving the First Amendment's Civil War: Political Fraud and the Democratic Goals of Free Expression, 62 Arizona Law Review 451 (2020).

Daniel B. Rodriguez & Daniel Jacob Hemel, A Public Health Framework for COVID-19 Business Liability, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-10, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 20-05 (2020).

Daniel B. Rodriguez, Legal Services Reform at the Bleeding Edge, Arizona Attorney, Apr. 2020, at 26.

Sarath Sanga & Justin McCrary, The Impact of the Coronavirus Lockdown on Domestic Violence, SSRN (2020).

David J. Scheffer, Foreward, in Sarata Ashraf, No Place for Optimism: Anticipating Myanmar's First Report to the International Court of Justice (May 2020).

David M. Shapiro, Sheila Bedi, Margo Schlanger & Lynn S. Branham, Incarceration and the Law, Cases and Materials (10th ed. 2020).

Michael A. Zuckerman, “One Gig Too Many,” Legal Profession Blog (Apr. 6, 2020).

Michael A. Zuckerman, “Guest Opinion: Legal Ethics Apply on LinkedIn, Too,” Silicon Valley Business Journal (May 1, 2020).

Michael A. Zuckerman, “A Creative Solution for Teaching Local Practice in Law School,” Law360 (May 18, 2020).