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Scholarship@Law: New Scholarly Works by the Harvard Law School Faculty

About Scholarship@Law

Scholarship@Law is published quarterly by the Harvard Law School Library.

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Scholarly Articles, Working Papers, and Works in Collection

February 19, 2020

Oren Bar-Gill & Christoph Engel, Property is Dummy Proof: An Experiment (MPI Collective Goods Discussion Paper, No. 2020/2, Jan. 24, 2020).

Oren Bar-Gill, Choice Theory and the Economic Analysis of Contracts: Comments on Dagan and Heller’s, The Choice Theory of Contracts, 20 Jerusalem Rev. Legal Stud. 79 (2019).


Elizabeth Bartholet, Contested Child Protection Policies, in The Oxford Handbook of Children and the Law (James G. Dwyer ed., 2020).


Yochai Benkler, Power and Productivity: Institutions, Ideology, and Technology in Political Economy (Dec. 14, 2019).


Scott Brewer, Interactive Virtue and Vice in Systems of Arguments: A Logocratic Analysis, Artificial Intelligence & L. (2019).


I. Glenn Cohen, Commentary on ‘Gestation, Equality and Freedom: Ectogenesis as a Political Perspective’, J. Med. Ethics (Feb. 3, 2020).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Sara Gerke & Serena Young), Ethical and Legal Aspects of Ambient Intelligence in Hospitals, JAMA (Jan. 24, 2020).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Eli Y. Adashi), Therapeutic Germline Editing: Sense and Sensibility, Trends in Genetics (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen & Michelle M. Mello, HIPAA in the Era of Data Sharing—Reply, 323 JAMA 477 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen, The Right(s) to Procreate and Assisted Reproductive Technologies in the United States, in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Health Law (Tamara K. Hervey & David Orentlicher eds., forthcoming 2020).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Sarah McGraw, Chris Deubert, Holly Fernandez Lynch & Alixandra Nozzolillo), NFL or ‘Not For Long’? Transitioning Out of the NFL, 42 J. Sport Behav. 461 (2019).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Jeremy Snyder), Medical Crowdfunding for Unproven Medical Treatments: Should GoFundMe Become a Gatekeeper?, 49 Hastings Ctr. Rep. 32 (2019).


Richard Fallon, The Statutory Interpretation Muddle, 114 Nw. U. L. Rev. 269 (2019).


Noah Feldman, Is Trump Above the Law?, N.Y. Rev. Books, Jan. 16, 2020, at 12.


Gerald Frug, City Governance and Effectiveness, in Sustainable Approaches to Urban Transport 139 (Dinesh Mohan & Geetam Tiwari eds., 2019).


Urs Gasser (with Justin Clark, Robert Faris, Adam Holland, Hilary Ross & Casey Tilton), Content and Conduct: How English Wikipedia Moderates Harmful Speech (Dec. 4, 2019).


Jeannie Suk Gersen, What Would a Fair Impeachment Trial Look Like?, NewYorker.com (Jan. 29, 2020).


John C.P. Goldberg, Compensating Distress with a Stiff Upper Lip, Jotwell Torts (Nov. 21, 2019)(reviewing Eric Descheemaeker, Rationalising Recovery for Emotional Harm in Tort Law, 134 L.Q. Rev. 602 (2018)).


Annette Gordon-Reed, What Jefferson Couldn’t Teach, Atlantic, Dec. 2019, at 120 (reviewing Alan Taylor, Thomas Jefferson’s Education (2019)).


Louis Kaplow, A Unified Perspective on Efficiency, Redistribution, and Public Policy (NBER Working Paper No. w26683, Jan. 22, 2020).

Louis Kaplow, Optimal Regulation with Exemptions, 66 Int’l J. Indus. Org. 1 (2019).


Frank I. Michelman, Legitimacy and Moral Support, 17 Int’l J. Const. L. 1059 (2019).


Todd D. Rakoff (with Jed S. Rakoff), Arbitration, “Pseudo-Contract,” and Objective Theory, 133 Harv. L. Rev. F. 13 (2019).


J. Mark Ramseyer, Book Review: Rethinking the Regulation of Employment Discharge: The Design of a Monetary Resolution System, 22 Soc. Sci. Japan J. 306 (2019)(reviewing Kaiko kisei o toinaosu: kinsen kaiketsu no seido sekkei, Shin’ya Ouchi & Daiji Kawaguchi eds., 2018).


Daphna Renan, The President’s Two Bodies, 115 Colum. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2020).


Hal S. Scott (with Brian A. Johnson), Controlling the Long-Term Problem of Short-Term Funding, J. Fin. Reg. 101 (2019).


Holger Spamann, On Inference When Using State Corporate Laws for Identification (Harv. L. Sch. John M. Olin Ctr. Discussion Paper No. 1024, Eur. Corp. Governance Inst. Fin. Working Paper No. 644/2019, Dec. 17, 2019).


Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker, The Rise, Fall, and Afterlife of the Death Penalty in the United States, 3 Ann. Rev. Criminology 299 (2020).

Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker, Global Abolition of Capital Punishment: contributors, challenges and conundrums, in Comparative Capital Punishment 388 (Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker eds., 2019).

Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker, The American Death Penalty: Alternative Model for Ordinary Criminal Justice or Exception that Justifies the Rule?, 22 New Crim. L. Rev. 359 (2019).


Henry J. Steiner, Prologue, Limits and their Varieties, in The Limits of Human Rights 23 (Bardo Fassbender & Knut Traisbach eds., 2019).


Nicholas Stephanopoulos, The Anti-Carolene Court (U. Chi. Pub. L. Working Paper No. 734, Nov. 21, 2019, 2019 Sup. Ct. Rev. forthcoming).


Cass R. Sunstein (with Tali Sharot), How People Decide What They Want to Know, 4 Nature Hum. Behav. 14 (2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, Internalities, Externalities, and Fuel Economy (Jan. 28, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein & Adrian Vermeule, Presidential Review: The President’s Statutory Authority Over Independent Agencies (Jan. 16, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, A Note on Human Welfare and the Administrative State (Jan. 15, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, Back to Mill? Behavioral Welfare Economics (Dec. 6, 2019).


Daniel Tarullo, Time-Varying Measures in Financial Regulation, Law & Contemp. Probs. (forthcoming 2020).


Rebecca Tushnet, Shoveling a Path After Star Athletica, 66 UCLA L. Rev. 1216 (2019).


Laura Weinrib, The Limits of Dissent: Reassessing the Legacy of the World War I Free Speech Cases, 44 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 278 (2019).


Adrian Vermeule (with Cass R. Sunstein), Presidential Review: The President’s Statutory Authority Over Independent Agencies (Jan. 16, 2020).

Adrian Vermeule, The Lost World, America Mag., Sept. 16, 2019, at 54 (reviewing Bronwen McShea, Apostles of Empire: The Jesuits and New France (2019)).


Laura M. Weinrib, From Left to Rights: Civil Liberties Lawyering Between the World Wars, 15 Law, Culture & Human. 622 (2019).


Jonathan Zittrain (with John Bowers), Answering Impossible Questions: Content Governance in an Age of Disinformation, 1 Harv. Kennedy Sch. Misinformation Rev. 1 (2020).

Jonathan Zittrain, A Jury of Random People Can Do Wonders for Facebook, The Atlantic (Nov. 14, 2019, 6:00 AM).