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September 2020

Leigh Bienen, Florence Kelley, 1890’s Reformer and Her Friends, TEDxNaperville (Sept. 8, 2020).

Bernard Black, Kate Litvak, Hemang Desai, Woongsun Yoo & Jeff (Jiewei) Yu, Specification Choice in Randomized and Natural Experiments: Lessons from the Regulation SHO Experiment, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper 20-06 (2020).

Bernard Black, Woochan Kim & Julia Nasev, The Effect of Board Structure on Firm Disclosure and Behavior: A Case Study of Korea and a Comparison of Research Designs, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 12-13 (2020).

Steven G. Calabresi, “End the Poisonous Process of Picking Supreme Court Justices,” New York Times (Sept. 22, 2020).

Zachary D. Clopton, MDL as Category, 105 Cornell Law Review 1297 (2020).

Paul Gowder, Is Legal Cognition Computational? (When Will DeepVehicle Replace Judge Hercules?), in Computational Legal Studies: The Promise and Challenge of Data-Driven Research 215 (Ryan Whalen ed., 2020).

María Amparo Grau Ruiz, Riesgos y oportunidades en la creciente digitalización fiscal, Revista Técnica Tributaria, Sept. 2020, at 7.

Tonja Jacobi, “The High Court’s Telephonic Oral Arugments Mute Its Female and Liberal Justices,” Washington Post (Sept. 18, 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, “Void the Police Contracts,” The Hill (Sept. 13, 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, “What Is Systemic Racism, Anyway?,” USA Today (Sept. 23, 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, “The Real Danger Amy Coney Barrett Poses to ObamaCare,” The Hill (Sept. 27, 2020).

Matthew B. Kugler, Mariana Oliver, Jon Chu & Nathan Lee, American Law Enforcement Responses to COVID-19, ___ Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology Online ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Daniel W. Linna Jr. & Wendy J. Muchman, “Ethical Obligations to Protect Client Data when Building Artificial Intelligence Tools: Wigmore Meets AI,” Professional Lawyer (Sept. 2020).

Kate Litvak, Bernard Black, Hemang Desai, Woongsun Yoo, and Jeff (Jiewei) Yu, Specification Choice in Randomized and Natural Experiments: Lessons from the Regulation SHO Experiment, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper 20-06 (2020).

Steven Lubet & Alex Lubet, “The Complicated Legacy of ‘My Old Kentucky Home,’Smithsonian Magazine (Sept. 3, 2020).

Steven Lubet , “Millard Fillmore’s Fast Track From Presidential Nobody to Racist Pariah,” Daily Beast (Sept. 6, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Notes on Joseph Epstein’s Teaching Style as Described by Himself in the Wall Street Journal,” Academe Blog (Sept. 14, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Driving Dixie Down,” Faculty Lounge (Sept. 21, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Further Thoughts on BDS Pledges and Conflicts of Interest, Part One,” Faculty Lounge (Sept. 29, 2020).

Bruce A. Markell, Where Does the Flame Go When the Candle Is Blown Out, or Why Can’t Courts Grasp the Concept of Intangibles?, 40 Bankruptcy Law Letter No. 9 (Sept. 2020).

John O. McGinnis & Linda Sun, Unifying Antitrust Enforcement for the Digital Age, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-20, ___ Washington & Lee Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “The Pragmatic Case for a Unitary Executive,” Law & Liberty (Sept. 3, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Can Modern Originalism Save American Constitutionalism?,” Law & Liberty (Sept. 10, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Scalia’s Wisdom and Wit,” Law & Liberty (Sept. 17, 2020).

John O. McGinnis & Michael B. Rappaport, “Trump’s Judges Will Bring America Together,” Wall Street Journal (Sept. 24, 2020).

Anna Maitland, Elise Meyer, Juliet Sorensen, Daniel Y. Liu, Andrew W. Maki & Shannon Galvin, Enhancing Knowledge in Informal Settlements: Assessing Health Beliefs and Behaviors in Nigeria, 86 Annals of Global Health 121 (2020).

Elise Meyer, Anna Maitland, Juliet Sorensen, Daniel Y. Liu, Andrew W. Maki & Shannon Galvin, Enhancing Knowledge in Informal Settlements: Assessing Health Beliefs and Behaviors in Nigeria, 86 Annals of Global Health 121 (2020).

Wendy J. Muchman & Daniel W. Linna Jr., “Ethical Obligations to Protect Client Data when Building Artificial Intelligence Tools: Wigmore Meets AI,” Professional Lawyer (Sept. 2020).

Daniel B. Rodriguez, “Data in Law’s Innovation,” Law Lab Channel (Sept. 15, 2020).

Meredith Rountree & Mary R. Rose, The Complexities of Conscience: Reconciling Death Penalty Law with Capital Jurors’ Concerns, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-22 (2020).

David J. Scheffer, Three Realities about the Africa Situation at the ICC, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals 128 (Richard H. Steinberg ed., 2020).

David J. Scheffer, Improving Communications with States, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals 367 (Richard H. Steinberg ed., 2020).

David J. Scheffer, “The Flawed U.S. Effort to Revive Iran Sanctions,” Council on Foreign Relations (Sept. 22, 2020).

Juliet Sorensen, Anna Maitland, Elise Meyer, Daniel Y. Liu, Andrew W. Maki & Shannon Galvin, Enhancing Knowledge in Informal Settlements: Assessing Health Beliefs and Behaviors in Nigeria, 86 Annals of Global Health 121 (2020).

Juliet S. Sorensen, “We Need the U.N. More Than Ever (Letter to the Editor),” New York Times (Sept. 18, 2020).