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November 2020

Karen J. Alter & Michael Zürn, Conceptualising Backlash Politics: Introduction to a Special Issue on Backlash Politics in Comparison, 22 British Journal of Politics & International Relations 563 (2020).

Karen J. Alter & Michael Zürn, Theorising Backlash Politics: Conclusion to a Special Issue on Backlash Politics in Comparison, 22 British Journal of Politics & International Relations 739 (2020).

Michael Barsa & David Dana, “COVID Is a Public Nuisance. Let’s Treat It as Such.,” Crain’s Chicago Business (Nov. 5, 2020).

Bernard Black, Ali Moghtaderi, Jesse Pines & Mark Zocchi, The Effect of Affordable Care Act Medicaid Expansion on Hospital Revenue, 29 Health Economics 1682 (2020).

David Dana & Michael Barsa, “COVID Is a Public Nuisance. Let’s Treat It as Such.,” Crain’s Chicago Business (Nov. 5, 2020).

Shari Seidman Diamond & Jessica M. Salerno, Reasons for the Disappearing Jury Trial: Perspectives from Attorneys and Judges, 81 Louisiana Law Review 119 (2020).

Steven A. Drizin, “A Well Deserved Pardon,” Faculty Lounge (Nov. 9, 2020).

Thomas F. Geraghty, Legal Clinics and the Better Trained Lawyer, Part II: A Case Study of Accomplishments, Challenges and the Future of Clinical Legal Education, 16 Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy 47 (2020).

Michael S. Kang, “Trump’s Campaign May Need Another Bush v. Gore. The Supreme Court Already Teed It Up.,” NBC News (Nov. 2, 2020).

Michael S. Kang, “The 2020 Election Results Are Delayed, But There Is a Bright Side: Voting Wasn’t a Huge Problem,” NBC News (Nov. 4, 2020).

Michael S. Kang, “Donald Trump’s Legal Strategy Makes No Sense for Winning the Vote Count. So What Is He Doing?,” NBC News (Nov. 15, 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, Gay Rights, Religious Liberty, and the Misleading Racism Analogy, 2020 BYU Law Review 1.

Andrew Koppelman, “Mitch McConnell Might Not Endanger the Planet,” The Hill (Nov. 6, 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, “What Georgia Voters Need to Know,” The Hill (Nov. 12, 2020).

Andrew Koppelman, “COVID-19, Masks and the Freedom to Drive Drunk,” The Hill (Nov. 29, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Censoring Leila Khaled’s Webinars Violated Principles of Academic Freedom, but Sponsors Still Need to Be More Truthful about Her,” Academe Blog (Nov. 2, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Professor Lubet’s Email Problem and Ours,” Academe Blog (Nov. 16, 2020).

Steven Lubet & David Tuller, “Proposed British Guidelines Reject Useless Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatments,” STAT (Nov. 17, 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Journalism vs. Ethnography: Checking the Facts,” Social Science Space (Nov. 2020).

Steven Lubet, “Confirmation Bias Is a Helluva Drug,” Social Science Space (Nov. 2020).

John O. McGinnis, Gun Rights Delayed Can Be Gun Rights Denied, 2020 University of Illinois Law Review Online 302.

John O. McGinnis, “Are Democrats Cornered in Illinois?,” City Journal (Nov. 8, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Digitizing Trust,” Law & Liberty (Nov. 12, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Gun Rights Delayed Are Gun Rights Denied,” Law & Liberty (Nov. 19, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Why Wokeism Threatens the Rule of Law,” Law & Liberty (Nov. 27, 2020).

James E. Pfander, Zones of Discretion at Common Law, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-27 (2020).

David L. Schwartz & Christopher Anthony Cotropia, The Hidden Value of Abandoned Applications to the Patent System, 61 Boston College Law Review 2809 (2020).

David L. Schwartz & Xaviere Giroud, An Empirical Study of Design Patent Litigation, 72 Alabama Law Review 417 (2020).