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October 2023

Periodical Articles

Dhruv Chand Aggarwal, The Market for General Counsel, 20 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 895 (2023).

Janet Siegel Brown & Amy Killoran, What’s Next? Counseling Judicial Clerks on the Post-Clerkship Search, NALP+ Bulletin, Nov. 2023, at 32.

José Antonio Cortés Torres & María Amparo Grau Ruiz, Las Inspecciones Conjuntas en la Unión Europea y la Protección de los Derechos de los Obligados Tributarios [Joint Audits in the European Union and the Protection of Taxpayers’ Rights], 12 Studi Tributari Europei II-11 (2022).

Charlotte Crane, Stanley Surrey, the American Law Institute Income Tax Project, and the Normative Structure of the Income Tax, 86 Law & Contemporary Problems 137 (2023).

María Amparo Grau Ruiz, La Libre Prestación de Servicios y la Jurisprudencia Comunitaria en Materia Fiscal, Libertades Comunitarias y Derecho Tributario (2023).

Yoon-Ho Alex Lee & Alessandro Romano, Shadow Trading and Macroeconomic Risk, 13 Harvard Business Law Review 393 (2023).

Yoon-Ho Alex Lee, Beyond APA Section 553: Hayek’s Two Problems and Rulemaking Innovations, 91 George Washington Law Review 1215 (2023).

Uzoamaka Emeka Nzelibe, A Tribute to Joyce A. Hughes, 118 Northwestern University Law Review 571 (2023).

James E. Pfander, Public Law Litigation in Eighteenth Century America: Diffuse Law Enforcement in a Partisan World, 92 Fordham Law Review 469 (2023).

Leonard L. Riskin, Lessons from Failed Negotiations: Managing Conflict Mindfully, Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, Nov. 2023, at 161.


Contributions to Books

Gabrielle Appleby & Erin F. Delaney, Judicial Systems in Federal Systems, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Rainer Grote et al., eds., 2d ed. 2023).


Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Joshua Alter, “State Bar Exams Can Lead the Way in the Nascent LL.M. Transparency Movement,” International Jurist (Oct. 31, 2023).

Andrew Koppelman, “The Limits of the Courts in the Clash Between Gay Rights and Religious Belief,” The Hill (Oct. 10, 2023).

Steven Lubet, “Can Elena Kagan Save the Supreme Court?,” The Hill (Oct. 3, 2023).

Steven Lubet, “A Shortsighted Idea to End Faculty Tenure Puts Education Last,” The Hill (Oct. 16, 2023).

Steven Lubet, “Amy Coney Barrett’s Call for a SCOTUS Ethics Code Comes with an Exasperating Rider,” Slate (Oct. 19, 2023).

Steven Lubet, “Can the Cross-Examination of Trump’s Accusers Do Him Any Good?,” The Hill (Oct. 30, 2023).

John O. McGinnis, “Public Enemy Number One?,” Law & Liberty (Oct. 12, 2023).

John O. McGinnis, “Unmooring the Constitution,” Law & Liberty (Oct. 26, 2023).

David J. Scheffer, “Ethnic Cleansing Is Happening in Nagorno-Karabakh. How Can the World Respond?,” Council on Foreign Relations (Oct. 4, 2023).

David J. Scheffer, “What International Law Has to Say About the Israel-Hamas War,” Council on Foreign Relations (Oct. 19, 2023).


Working Papers

Bernard S. Black & David Thaw, Vaccinating Against a Novel Pathogen: A Critical Review of COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Evidence, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 21-10, Northwestern University, Institute for Policy Research Working Paper No. 21-57, U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2021-xx (2023).

Lorenzo Franchi, Paula Natalia Barreto Parra, Anna Chorniy, Benjamin W. Weston, John Meurer, Jeff Whittle, Ronald Ackermann & Bernard S. Black, A Comparative Assessment of Measures of Area-Level Socio-Economic Status, SSRN (2023).

Andrew Koppelman, Essentially Contested Histories: On Recent Efforts to Cabin the Meanings of Slavery and Disestablishment, ___ Wayne Law Review ___ (forthcoming), Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 23-60 (2023).