Faculty Publications

SSRN Working Paper Series

Law and Economics

Public Law and Legal Theory

Northwestern Law Faculty Publications

Search Publications Database

Recent Publications

June 2020

Bernard Black, David Hyman, Myungho Paik, William Sage & Charles Silver, Medical Malpractice: How It Works, What It Does, and Why Tort Reform Hasn’t Helped (forthcoming 2021).

Robert P. Burns, Modernity and the Law: A Late Twentieth Century View, 10 Notre Dame Journal of International and Comparative Law 307 (2020).

Brian Citro, Cornelius Cornelssen, Anna Duke, Claudia Flores, Nino Guruli, Josia Klein, Ryan Maher, Brittany McKinley, Shelbi Smith, Deadly Discretion: The Failure of Police Use of Force Policies to Meet Fundamental International Human Rights Law and Meet Fundamental International Human Rights Law and Standards Standard, University of Chicago Law School – International Human Rights Clinic (2020).

Brian Citro, D. S. Silva, G. Volchenkov & L. Gonzalez-Angulo, Ethics and Human Rights Considerations Regarding Involuntary Isolation of People with TB, 24 Supp. 1 International Journal of Tuberculosis & Lung Disease 15 (2020).

Zachary D. Clopton, Civil Justice and the (Green) New Deal, 69 DePaul Law Review 335 (2020).

Charlotte Crane, Double or Nothing: Sorting Out the Consequences of PPP Loans,” Tax Notes Federal 1705, Tax Notes State 1229 (June 8, 2020).

Erin F. Delaney, Global Democracy and Comparative Distrust, JOTWELL (June 25, 2020) (reviewing Stephen Gardbaum, Comparative Political Process Theory, 18 Int’l J. Const. L. (forthcoming 2020)).

Tonja Jacobi & Leah Litman, “Does John Roberts Need to Check His Own Biases?,” New York Times (June 2, 2020).

Michael S. Kang, Voting Rights from Judge Frank Johnson to Modern Hyperpolarization, 71 Alabama Law Review 793 (2020).

Joshua Kleinfeld & Rachel Kleinfeld, “Saving Alaska’s Election,” Anchorage Daily News (June 7, 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, Bostock, LGBT Discrimination, and the Subtractive Moves, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-16, ___ Minnesota Law Review Headnotes ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, “Bostock: What Two Conservatives Realized and Three Dissenters Missed,” American Prospect (June 15, 2020).

Sarah B. Lawsky, Situating Tax Experimentation: A Response to Michael Abramowicz’s Tax Experimentation, 71 Florida Law Review Forum 76 (2020).

Steven Lubet, “The Virtue of Checking Documentation: You Never Know What You Will Find,” Social Science Space (June 3, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Today is Juneteenth; Tomorrow is World Refugee Day,” Faculty Lounge (June 19, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “The Dylan Code,” Faculty Lounge (June 22, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “The Dean of BDS,” The Bulwark (June 29, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Undermining Competitive Federalism,” Law & Liberty (June 4, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “The Rotten Roots of Neo-Brandeisian Antitrust,” Law & Liberty (June 10, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “The Assault on Neutral Principles,” Law & Liberty (June 18, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Errors of Will and of Judgment,” Law & Liberty (June 25, 2020).

James Pfander, Joanna Schwartz & Alexander Reinert, “The Simple Way Congress Can Stop Federal Officials from Abusing Protesters,” Politico (June 10, 2020).

Daniel B. Rodriguez & JP Schnapper-Casteras, “INSIGHT: Lockdown Lawsuits Call for Evidenced-Based Judicial Review,” Bloomberg Law (June 9, 2020).

Max M. Schanzenbach & Robert H. Sitkoff, Comment Letter of Professors Max M. Schanzenbach and Robert H. Sitkoff on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Request for Comment on the Names Rule for Mutual Finds in Light of ESG Investing and Other Market Developments, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 20-05 (2020).

Max M. Schanzenbach & Kyle Rozema, “A Proactive Approach to Abusive Policing,” Wall Street Journal (June 3, 2020).

David J. Scheffer, “How America’s Credibility Gap Hurts the Defense of Rights Abroad,” Council on Foreign Relations (June 5, 2020).

David J. Scheffer, “The Self-Defeating Executive Order Against the International Criminal Court,” Just Security (June 12, 2020).

Seema K. Shah, Holly Fernandez Lynch & Franklin G. Miller, “Before Deliberately Infecting People with Coronavirus, Be Sure It’s Worth It,” New York Times (June 2, 2020).

David Shapiro, “Unfairness in Prisoner Litigation Is Baked Into Statute,” Law360 (June 21, 2020).

Juliet S. Sorensen & Alexandra Tarzikhan, El Salvador: The Case Against Evelyn Hernandez (June 2020).

Juliet S. Sorensen & Alexandra Tarzikhan, El Salvador: The Case Against Diana (June 2020).

Daniel F. Spulber, Licensing Standard Essential Patents with Frand Commitments: Preparing for 5G Mobile Telecommunications, 18 Colorado Technology Law Journal 79 (2020).

Alexandra Tarzikhan & Juliet S. Sorensen, El Salvador: The Case Against Evelyn Hernandez (June 2020).

Alexandra Tarzikhan & Juliet S. Sorensen, El Salvador: The Case Against Diana (June 2020).