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June 2024

Periodical Articles

Alden F. Abbott & Daniel F. Spulber, Antitrust Merger Policy and Innovation Competition, 19 Journal of Business & Technology Law 265 (2024).

Stephanie Holmes Didwania, Regressive White-Collar Crime, 97 Southern California Law Review 299 (2024).

Paul Gowder, Anti-Liberal Rights Retrenchment as a Threat to the Rule of Law, 73 Emory Law Journal 1173 (2024).

Nancy Jack & Karl T. Muth, Timmsen: A Criminal Procedure U-Turn or Just a Detour?, 55 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 831 (2024).

Seema K. Shah, Leishla Perez-Cardona, Khrystyna Helner, Suena H. Massey, Ashish Premkumar, Renee Edwards, Elizabeth S. Norton, Cynthia E. Roger, Emily S. Miller, Christopher D. Smyser, Matthew M. Davis & Lauren S. Wakschlag, How Penalizing Substance Use in Pregnancy Affects Treatment and Research: A Qualitative Examination of Researchers’ Perspectives, 10 Journal of Law & the Biosciences lsad019 (2023).

Erin Talati Paquette, Jennifer Kusma Saper, Hassan Khan, Sasha Becker, Zecilly Guzman, Valerie Alvarez Renteria, Sarah Hess & Karen Sheehan, Addressing Unmet Social Needs and Social Risks — A Qualitative Interview-Based Assessment of Parent Reported Outcomes and Impact from a Medical Legal Partnership, 52 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 136 (2024).


Accepted Articles

Monica Haymond, Intervention and Universal Remedies, 91 University of Chicago Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2024).

Andrew M. Koppelman, The Ugly Rhetoric of Dobbs, or, Why Jack Balkin Is History, ___ William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal ___, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 24-14 (forthcoming 2024).

David M. Schizer & Steven G. Calabresi, Wealth Taxes Under the Constitution: An Originalist Analysis, ___ Florida Law Review ___, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 24-15, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 24-09 (forthcoming 2024).


Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Joshua Alter, “Legal English Bridges Law and Language for Foreign-Educated LL.M. Students,” International Jurist (June 21, 2024).

Tom Gaylord, “The Creeping Criminalization of Librarianship,” Information Today (June 2024).

Andrew Koppelman, “A Climate of Fear Comes for Scholarship,” Chronicle of Higher Education (June 11, 2024).

Andrew Koppelman, “Justice Alito Knows Which Side He’s On,” The Hill (June 12, 2024).

Andrew Koppelman, “What’s Left of Originalism?,” (review of Jack M. Balkin, Memory and Authority: The Uses of History in Constitutional Interpretation), Los Angeles Review of Books (June 28, 2024).

Steven Lubet, “The Supreme Court Is Broken. More Justices Can Fix It.,” The Hill (June 10, 2024).

Steven Lubet, “Was Clarence Thomas Fooling Us Then or Now?,” Daily Beast (June 12, 2024).

Steven Lubet, “FTC’s Crackdown on Noncompete Clauses Will Help Your Doctor and Your Health,” The Hill (June 24, 2024).

John O. McGinnis, “The Democratized University,” Law & Liberty (June 13, 2024).

John O. McGinnis, “Predistribution: The New Road to Serfdom,” Law & Liberty (June 27, 2024).

Stephen B. Presser, “The New Deal Paved the Way for Today’s Jan. 6 Prosecutions,” Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture (June 2024).

Stephen B. Presser, “A Prayer for the Defeat of Lawfare,” Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture (June 2024).

David J. Scheffer, “Holding Hamas Accountable at the ICJ Through Palestine,” Lawfare ( June 26, 2024).

Barry Scott Wimpfheimer, “What Is Happening in the Humanities? Theory, Politics, and Protest,” Sources: A Journal of Jewish Ideas (Summer 2024).


Working Papers

Andy Ye Yuan, & Spencer Cooper, Prosecutorial Incentives and Outcome Disparities, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 21-33 (2024).