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April 2021

Ronald Jay Allen, Joseph L. Hoffmann, Debra A. Livingston, Andrew D. Leipold & Tracey L. Meares, Criminal Procedure: Investigation and the Right to Counsel (4th ed. 2020).

Ronald Jay Allen, Joseph L. Hoffmann, Debra A. Livingston, Andrew D. Leipold & Tracey L. Meares, Criminal Procedure: Adjudication and the Right to Counsel (3rd ed. 2020).

Ronald J. Allen, Legal Probabilism—A Qualified Rejection:  A Response to Hedden and Colyvan, 28 Journal of Political Philosophy 117 (2020).

Ronald J. Allen, Nuevas Direcciones para la Ciencia de la Prueba, los Sistemas Adaptativos Complejos y una Hipótesis Posiblemente no Comprobable Sobre el Florecimiento Humano, in El Razonamiento Probatorio en el Proceso Judicial: Un Punto de Encuentro Entre Diferentes Tradiciones 41 (Jordi Ferrer & Carmen Vázquez eds., 2020).

Ronald J. Allen, New Directions for Evidence Science, Complex Adaptive Systems, and a Possibly Unprovable Hypothesis About Human Flourishing, in Evidential Legal Reasoning: Crossing Civil Law and Common Law Traditions 41 (Jordi Ferrer & Carmen Vázquez eds., forthcoming 2021).

Ronald J. Allen, Standards of Proof and the Limits of Legal Analysis, Diritto & Questioni Pubbliche, Dec. 2019, at 8.

Ronald J. Allen, Naturalized Epistemology and the Law of Evidence Revisited, Quaestio Facti, 2021, no. 2, at 253.

Diane Marie Amann, “Full Burial Now Needed for Executive Order Against International Criminal Court,” Just Security (Apr. 2, 2021).

Easha Anand, Emily Clark & Daniel Greenfield, “How the Prison Litigation Reform Act Has Failed for 25 Years,” The Appeal (Apr. 26, 2021).

Shelia Bedi, “Opinion: Chicago Police ‘Reform’ Failed Adam Toledo. New Thinking Is Essential,” Washington Post (Apr. 17, 2021).

Sheila Bedi, “George, Daunte, Breonna: Policing Must Change,” The Crisis (Apr. 2020).

Bernard S. Black, David A. Hyman, Myungho Paik, William M. Sage & Charles Silver, Medical Malpractice Litigation: How It Works — Why Tort Reform Hasn’t Helped (2021).

Steven Gow Calabresi, The History and Growth of Judicial Review:  Volume I, The G-20 Common Law Countries and Israel (2021).

Steven Gow Calabresi, The History and Growth of Judicial Review: Volume II, The G-20 Civil Law Countries (2021).

Alyson Carrel, Leonard L. Riskin, Art Hinshaw, Chris P. Guthrie, Richard C. Reuben, Jennifer K. Robbennolt & Nancy A. Welsh, Negotiation and Lawyers (2021).

Alyson Carrel & Cat Moon, Design Your Delta (2021-).

Emily Clark, Easha Anand & Daniel Greenfield, “How the Prison Litigation Reform Act Has Failed for 25 Years,” The Appeal (Apr. 26, 2021).

Zachary D. Clopton & D. Theodore Rave, MDL in the States, 115 Northwestern University Law Review 1649 (2021).

Zachary D. Clopton & David Noll, An Arbitration Agenda for the Biden Administration, 2021 University of Illinois Law Review Online: Biden 100 Days 104.

Zachary D. Clopton, Horizontal Choice of Law in Federal Court, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-12, ___ University of Pennsylvania Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2021).

David Dana & Claire Priest, “Will the Supreme Court Abandon Federalism to Defeat Pro-Labor Regulation?,” The Hill (Apr. 5, 2021).

Daniel Greenfield, Easha Anand & Emily Clark , “How the Prison Litigation Reform Act Has Failed for 25 Years,” The Appeal (Apr. 26, 2021).

Heidi Kitrosser, Media Leak Prosecutions and the Biden-Harris Administration: What Lies Ahead, 2021 University of Illinois Law Review Online: Biden 100 Days 121.

Andrew Koppelman, “Abuse As a Constitutional Right: The Meriwether Case,” The Hill (Apr. 5, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “Do Transgender Students Have Rights to Equal Treatment in the Classroom?,” American Prospect (Apr. 12, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “The Supreme Court Creates a New Religious Aristocracy, The Hill (Apr. 19, 2021).

Matthew B. Kugler, Mariana Oliver, Jonathan Chu & Nathan R. Lee, American Law Enforcement Responses to COVID-19, 111 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology Online 19 (2021).

Steven Lubet, Review of “Williams’ Gang: A Notorious Slave Trader and His Cargo of Black Convicts,” by Jeff Forret, 126 American Historical Review 316 (2021).

Steven Lubet, “Fear of Listening to Patients: Short-Sighted on Long Covid,” Social Science Space (Apr. 6, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “Finding Fault with Faux Facts,” Social Science Space (Apr. 14, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “Can McMaster University Medical School Psychiatrists Be Trusted to Treat ME/CFS Patients?,” Virology Blog (Apr. 19, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “Ben Carson’s Unfortunate Cornerstone,” Tropics of Meta (Apr. 26, 2021).

John O. McGinnis, “Of, By, and For the Party,” Law & Liberty (Apr. 8, 2021).

John O. McGinnis, “Akhil Amar’s 1789 Project,” Law & Liberty (Apr. 29, 2021).

Ajay K. Mehrotra & Paul Baumgardner, From the Periphery to the Center and Back? A Brief History of Midwest Legal Realism, in Research Handbook on Modern Legal Realism (Shauhin Talesh, Elizabeth Mertz & Heinz Klug eds., 2021).

Laura Nirider, Rebecca Brown & Lauren Kaeseberg, “Op-Ed: Police Deception During Interrogations Too Often Leads to False Confessions. Ban the Tactic.,” Chicago Tribune (Apr. 14, 2021).

Jide Nzelibe, Mixed Stakes Conflicts in International and Constitutional Law, 57 Stanford Joural of International Law 55 (2021).

James E. Pfander, Cases Without Controversies: Uncontested Adjudication in Article III Courts (2021).

James E. Pfander & Elena Joffroy, Equal Footing and the States “Now Existing”: Slavery and State Equality Over Time, 89 Fordham Law Review 1975 (2021).

Martin H. Redish, Commercial Speech as Free Expression: The Case for First Amendment Protection (2021).

Leonard L. Riskin, Alyson Carrel, Art Hinshaw, Chris P. Guthrie, Richard C. Reuben, Jennifer K. Robbennolt & Nancy A. Welsh, Negotiation and Lawyers (2021).

Daniel B. Rodriguez, Whither the Neutral Agency? Rethinking Bias in Regulatory Administration, 69 Buffalo Law Review 375 (2021).

David M. Shapiro, “Op-Ed: How Strengthening 1871’s Ku Klux Klan Act Could Deter Police Shootings Now,” Chicago Tribune (Apr. 16, 2021).

Robin Walker Sterling, “What Is Left Unsaid in the Derek Chauvin Trial,” U.S. Law Week (Apr. 26, 2021).

Kimberly Yuracko & Ronen Avraham, “Opinion: The Use of Race- and Sex-Based Data to Calculate Damages Is a Stain on Our Legal System,” Washington Post (Apr. 29, 2021).