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January 2021

January 2021 Faculty Publications

Annalise J. Buth & Monica Cosby, Restorative Revelations, ___ University of St. Thomas Law Journal ___ (forthcoming 2021).

Steven G. Calabresi & Norman L. Eisen, “We Disagree on a Lot. But We Both Think Trump Should Be Convicted.,” New York Times (Jan. 13, 2021).

Steven G. Calabresi & Norman L. Eisen, “The Problem With Trump’s Odious Pardon of Steve Bannon,” New York Times (Jan. 20, 2021).

Thomas Geraghty, Introduction to Symposium, “Human Rights and Access to Justice in Ethiopia”, 19 Northwestern Journal of Human Rights 1 (2021).

Paul Gowder, Book Review, 31 Law & Politics Book Review 12 (2021) (reviewing Cass R. Sunstein & Adrian Vermeule, Law and Leviathan: Redeeming the Administrative State (2020)).

María Amparo Grau Ruiz, Artificial Law and “Artificious” Rights, in Challenges to Legal Theory: Essays in Honour of Professor José Iturmendi Morales 227 (María José Falcón y Tella & Juan Antonio Martínez Muñoz eds., 2021).

María Amparo Grau Ruiz & Fiachra O’Brolcháin, Environmental Impact of Robotics: Ethical Concerns and Legal Alternatives, in Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure: Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Walter Leal Filho, et al. eds., 2021).

María Amparo Grau Ruiz, Los derechos digitales de los obligados tributaries, 131 Revista Técnica Tributaria 7 (2020).

Andrew Koppelman, “A Time for Pity and Contempt,” The Hill (Jan. 2, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman & Adam J. MacLeod, “Between the Trenches of the Culture Wars, But Not with Ill Will: An Exchange,” Public Discourse (Jan. 8, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “Why Trump Can’t Be Prosecuted,” The Hill (Jan. 12, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman & Steven Lubet, “No, It Would Not Be Unconstitutional for Trump’s Impeachment Trial to Take Place After He’s Out of Office,” Law & Crime (Jan. 13, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “Is This Law Professor Really a Homicidal Threat?,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Jan. 19, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “Cancel Culture Comes for the Moderates,” The Hill (Jan. 24, 2021).

Matthew B. Kugler & Carly Pace, Deepfake Privacy: Attitudes and Regulation, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-04 (2021).

Steven Lubet, “That Louie Gohmert Lawsuit,” The Hill (Jan. 1, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “Josh Hawley Is Not the First Missouri Senator with Blood on His Hands,” Tropics of Meta (Jan. 13, 2021).

Steven Lubet & Andrew Koppelman, “No, It Would Not Be Unconstitutional for Trump’s Impeachment Trial to Take Place After He’s Out of Office,” Law & Crime (Jan. 13, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “Republican Senators and Courage,” The Hill (Jan. 22, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “The Seventeenth Amendment and the Censure of Donald Trump,” The Hill (Jan. 29, 2021).

John O. McGinnis & Michael B. Rappaport, The Power of Interpretation: Minimizing the Construction Zone, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-01, ___ Notre Dame Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2021).

John O. McGinnis, “Chicago Teachers, Checked Out,” City Journal (Jan. 13, 2021).

John O. McGinnis, “Academic Freedom in Chicagoland,” Law & Liberty (Jan. 14, 2021).

John O. McGinnis, “The Illiberals’ Scientific Dilemma,” Law & Liberty (Jan. 21, 2021).

John O. McGinnis, “How the Filibuster Strengthens the Republic,” Law & Liberty (Jan. 28, 2021).

Kathleen Dillon Narko, “Communication is Key: Writing Tips for Junior Attorneys (and Those Who Supervise Them),” CBA Record, Jan.-Feb. 2021, at 40.

James E. Pfander, Constitutional Torts and the Problem of Government Policy: An Essay for Marshall Shapo, 115 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 240 (2020).

James E. Pfander, Alexander A. Reinert & Joanna C. Schwartz, New Federalism and Civil Rights Enforcement: A Progressive Platform for State and Local Governments, UCLA School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 21-08, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-02 (2021).

James E. Pfander, Joanna C. Schwartz & Alexander A. Reinert, Going Rogue: The Supreme Court's Newfound Hostility to Policy-Based Bivens Claims, UCLA School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 21-09, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-03, ___ Notre Dame Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2021).

Max Matthew Schanzenbach & Robert H. Sitkoff, Risk Management and the Prudent Investor Rule, Trusts & Estates (Nov. 2020).

David J. Scheffer, “Save the World — America’s Greatest Priority,” The Hill (Jan. 5, 2021).

David J. Scheffer, “How Can Corporate Leaders Do More to Defend Democracy?,” Council on Foreign Relations (Jan. 15, 2021).

David L. Schwartz, Matthew L. Spitzer, Elizabeth Hoffman & Eric L. Talley, Patently Risky: Framing, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Preferences, 34 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 191 (2020).

Carole Silver, “Inequality in the Legal Academy – Gaining Insight into the Unequal Profession,” JOTWELL (Jan. 8, 2021).

Matthew L. Spitzer, David L. Schwartz, Elizabeth Hoffman & Eric L. Talley, Patently Risky: Framing, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Preferences, 34 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 191 (2020).