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Recent Publications

October 2021

Books

David Dana, Wil Burns & Simon James Nicholson, eds., Climate Geoengineering: Science, Law and Governance (2021).

María Amparo Grau Ruiz et al., United Nations Handbook on Carbon Taxation for Developing Countries (2021).

James E. Pfander, Principles of Federal Jurisdiction (4th ed. 2021). 

Periodical Articles 

Karen J. Alter, Introduction to the Symposium on Sara McLaughlin Mitchell & Andrew P. Owsiak, “Judicialization of the Sea: Bargaining in the Shadow of UNCLOS”, 115 AJIL Unbound 368 (2021).

Michael Barsa & David Dana, Regulating During Emergencies, 116 Northwestern University Law Review Online 223 (2021).

Tonja Jacobi, Timothy R. Johnson, Eve M. Ringsmuth & Matthew Sag, Oral Argument in the Time of COVID: The Chief Plays Calvinball, 30 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 399 (2021).

Matthew B. Kugler & Carly Pace, Deepfake Privacy: Attitudes and Regulation, 116 Northwestern University Law Review 611 (2021).

Wendy Muchman, Beware of Social Media That Isn’t Social, Pass It On: The Newsletter of the Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division, Fall 2021, at ___.

James E. Pfander, Alexander A. Reinert & Joanna C. Schwartz, New Federalism and Civil Rights Enforcement, 116 Northwestern University Law Review 737 (2021).

Juliet Sorensen, Alexandra Tarzikhan, Alison de Corral, Sherri DeVito, Keith Emmons, Rick Hindmand, Nick Kurk, Leonard Nelson & Jacob Radecki, Survey of Illinois Law: Health Care Law, 45 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 611 (2021).

Contributions to Books

David Dana, Wil Burns & Simon James Nicholson, Introduction, in Climate Geoengineering: Science, Law and Governance 1 (David Dana, Wil Burns & Simon James Nicholson eds. 2021).

David Dana, Geoengineering and the Question of Weakened Resolve, in Climate Geoengineering: Science, Law and Governance 165 (David Dana, Wil Burns & Simon James Nicholson eds. 2021).

Kimberly A. Gray, Climate Action: The Feasibility of Climate Intervention on a Global Scale, in Climate Geoengineering: Science, Law and Governance 33 (David Dana, Wil Burns & Simon James Nicholson eds. 2021).

Annelise Riles & Ralf Michaels, Law as Technique, in The Oxford Handbook of Law and Anthropology (Marie-Claire Foblets et al. eds., 2021).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Bernard Black & David Thaw, “On Covid-19 Booster Shots, the FDA Has Overstepped Its Role,” Stat News (Oct. 18, 2021).

Steven Calabresi, “Congress Can’t Regulate Voting in Presidential Elections,” RealClearPolitics (Oct. 30, 2021).

Erin F. Delaney, “Of Constitutions and Constitutionalism,” Balkinization (Oct. 27, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “Halfway to the Right,” New York Review of Books (Oct. 7, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “Yale Law’s Bullying, Coercive Diversity Leaders,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Oct. 18, 2021).

Andrew Koppelman, “Yale Law Needs to Learn to Watch Its Language,” The Hill (Oct. 24, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “On Taking Long COVID Seriously,” Social Science Space (Oct. 7, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “Going Around in Circles with Long COVID,” Social Science Space (Oct. 19, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “A Politicized Supreme Court? That Was the Point,” The Hill (Oct. 20, 2021).

Steven Lubet, “The Contretemps at Yale,” RealClearEducation (Oct. 27, 2021).

John O. McGinnis & Mike Rappaport, “A Justice for All Seasons,” Law & Liberty (Oct. 14, 2021).

Annelise Riles, “Biden Has a Chance to Go Big and Bold at the Fed,” New York Times (Oct. 25, 2021).

David Scheffer, “Why Religious Persecution Justifies U.S. Legislation on Crimes Against Humanity,” Just Security (Oct. 6, 2021).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, “How U.S. Sexual-Harassment Law Encourages a Culture of Victim Blaming,” Time (Oct. 5, 2021).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, “How Was Larry Nassar Able to Get Away with His Terrible Crimes?,” The Guardian (Oct. 31, 2021).

Court Filings

Joshua Kleinfeld, Xiao Wang, Jeffrey T. Green & Mary Price, Brief of Amici Curiae on Behalf of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and FAMM in Support of Respondent, United States v. Taylor, No. 20-1459 (U.S. Oct. 29, 2021).

Working Papers

Steven G. Calabresi, Democracy, Distrust, and Judicial Umpiring in the G-20 Nations, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-28 (2021).

Zachary D. Clopton, Maggie Gardner, Pamela K. Bookman, Andrew Bradt & D. Theodore Rave, The False Promise of General Jurisdiction, Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 21-33, 73 Alabama Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2022).

John O. McGinnis, Democratic Dilemmas of Elite Institutions: Comparing the Court and the Fed, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-27 (2021).