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

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Scholarly Articles, Working Papers, and Works in Collection

August 4, 2020

Deborah Anker, The History and Future of Gender Asylum Law and Recognition of Domestic Violence as a Basis for Protection in the United States, 45 Hum. Rts. 14 (2020).


Sabrineh Ardalan, Asymmetries in Immigration Protection, 85 Brooklyn L. Rev. 319 (2020).

Sabrineh Ardalan, Refugee Protection at Risk: Remain in Mexico and Other Efforts to Undermine the U.S. Asylum System, Harv. L. Rev. Blog (May 26, 2019).

Sabrineh Ardalan & Katherine Peeler, Don’t Believe the Trump Administration’s Misinformation: Domestic Violence Survivors Can Get Asylum in the United States, Physicians for Human Rights (May 20, 2020).

Sabrineh Ardalan, The Trump Administration, COVID-19, and the Continuing Assault on the Rights of Asylum Seekers and Refugees, Kaldor Centre for Int’l Refugee Law, COVID-19 Watch (May 11, 2020).

Sabrineh Ardalan, EU and US Border Policy: Externalisation of Migration Control and Violation of the Right to Asylum, in Securitising Asylum Flows: Deflection, Criminalisation and Challenges for Human Rights 282 (Valsamis Mitsilegas, Violeta Moreno-Lax & Niovi Vavoula eds., 2020).


Oren Bar-Gill, Price Discrimination with Consumer Misperception, Applied Econ. Letters (June 22, 2020).


Emily Broad Leib (with Cameron Faustman, Daniel Aaron & Nicole Negowetti), Ten Years Post-GAO Assessment, FDA Remains Uninformed of Potentially Harmful GRAS Substances in Foods, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition (Apr. 27, 2020).

Emily Broad Leib, Alex Ramsey & Emma I. Scott, COVID-19 Response: Resources for Small and Mid-Size Farms in Mississippi (Delta Directions Publ’n No. 33, May 1, 2020).


I. Glenn Cohen (with Eli Y. Adashi), Therapeutic Germline Editing: Sense and Sensibility, 36 Trends in Genetics 315 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen, Andrew M. Crespo & Douglas B. White, Potential Legal Liability for Withdrawing or Withholding Ventilators During COVID-19: Assessing the Risks and Identifying Needed Reforms, 323 JAMA 1901 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen, Informed Consent and Medical Artificial Intelligence: What to Tell the Patient?, 108 Geo. L.J. 1425 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Sara Gerke & Timo Minssen), Ethical and Legal Challenges of Artificial Intelligence-Driven Health Care, in Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (Adam Bohr & Kaveh Memarzade eds., 2020).

I. Glenn Cohen, Nikolas Bowie, Megan Jones & Eli Y. Adashi, Preventing Female Genital Mutilation in the United States: The Legal Threat to Effective Action, 110 Am. J. Pub. Health 813 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen, Lawrence O. Gostin & Daniel J. Weitzner, Digital Smartphone Tracking for COVID-19: Public Health and Civil Liberties in Tension, 323 JAMA 2371 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Eli Y. Adashi), The Case for Remedial Germline Editing-The Long-term View, 323 JAMA 1762 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Eli Y. Adashi), Reproduction Reimagined, 1 F&S Reports 7 (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 and David Orentlicher eds., 2020).

I. Glenn Cohen, Commentary on ‘Gestation, Equality and Freedom: Ectogenesis as a Political Perspective’, 46 J. Medical Ethics 87 (2020).

I. Glenn Cohen (with Danielle Allen, Lucas Stanczyk, Carmel Shachar, Rajiv Sethi, Glen Weyl & Rosa Brooks), Securing Justice, Health, and Democracy against the COVID-19 Threat (Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Mar. 24, 2020).


Andrew Manuel Crespo, Brief on Behalf of Former Federal Prosecutors and High-Ranking Department of Justice Officials in United States v. Flynn (May 19, 2020).

Andrew Manuel Crespo, Unpacking DHS’s Troubling Explanation of the Portland Van Video, Lawfare (July 25, 2020, 10:29 AM).


Christine A. Desan & Nadav Orian Peer, The Constitution and the Fed after the COVID-19 Crisis (June 10, 2020).


Charles Donahue, Book Review, 71 J. Ecclesiastical Hist. 630 (2020)(reviewing Elisabeth van Houts, Married life in the Middle Ages, 900–1300 (2019)).


Benjamin Eidelson, Unbundling DACA and Unpacking Regents: What Chief Justice Roberts Got Right, Balkinization (June 25, 2020).


Einer Elbauge, The Causal Mechanisms of Horizontal Shareholding, 82 Ohio St. L.J. (forthcoming 2021).


Noah Feldman, Why Precedent Won’t Protect ‘Roe’, 67 N.Y. Rev. Books, July 2, 2020, at 29.


T. Keith Fogg (with Maggie Goff), Nonparty Remote Electronic Access to Tax Court Records, 167 Tax Notes Fed., May 4, 2020, at 771.


Jesse M. Fried, Ehud Kamar & Yishay Yafeh, The Effect of Minority Veto Rights on Controller Pay Tunneling, J. Fin. Econ. (June 29, 2020).

Jesse M. Fried (with Brian Broughman), Do Founders Control Start-up Firms That Go Public?, 10 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. 49 (2020).

Jesse M. Fried & Holger Spamann, Cheap-Stock Tunneling Around Preemptive Rights, 137 J. Fin. Econ. 353 (2020).

Jesse M. Fried, Delisting Chinese Companies Plays Straight Into Their Hands, FT.com (June 1, 2020).


Urs Gasser & Carolyn Schmitt, The Role of Professional Norms in the Governance of Artificial Intelligence, in The Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI (Markus D. Dubber, Frank Pasquale & Sunit Das, eds. 2020).

Urs Gasser, Marcello Ienca, James Scheibner, Joanna Sleigh & Effy Vayena, Digital Tools Against COVID-19: Taxonomy, Ethical Challenges, and Navigation Aid, 2 Lancet Digital Health e425 (Aug. 2020).

Urs Gasser, Marcello Ienca, James Scheibner, Joanna Sleigh & Effy Vayena, Digital Tools Against COVID-19: Framing the Ethical Challenges and How to Address Them (Apr. 21, 2020).

Urs Gasser (with Andres Lombana-Bermudez, Sandra Clio Cortesi, Christian Fieseler, Alexa Hasse, Gemma Newlands & Sarah Wu), Youth and the Digital Economy: Exploring Youth Practices, Motivations, Skills, Pathways, and Value Creation (Berkman Klein Center Research Publication No. 2020-4, July 1, 2020).


Jeannie Suk Gersen, Could the Supreme Court’s Landmark L.G.B.T.-Rights Decision Help Lead to the Dismantling of Affirmative Action?, NewYorker.com (June 27, 2020).

Jeannie Suk Gersen, How the Charges Against Derek Chauvin Fit Into a Vision of Criminal Justice Reform, NewYorker.com (June 17, 2020).


Jack L. Goldsmith (with Oona A. Hathaway & Bradley Curtis), The Failed Transparency Regime for Executive Agreements: An Empirical and Normative Analysis, 134 Harv. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2020).


Annette Gordon-Reed, The Problem of Police Powers for People Living While Black, NYR Daily (June 13, 2020, 5:00 pm).

Annette Gordon-Reed, Message for the World: The Idea of Hope in the Wake of the Global Protests Against Racism, TLS, June 26, 2020, at 18.


Howell E. Jackson, The Nature of the Fintech Firm, 61 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y 9 (2020).

Howell E. Jackson & Steven L. Schwarcz, Protecting Financial Stability: Lessons from the Coronavirus Pandemic (Duke L. Sch. Pub. L. & Legal Theory Series No. 2020-39, June 30, 2020).


Louis Kaplow, A Unified Perspective on Efficiency, Redistribution, and Public Policy, 73 Nat’l Tax J. 429 (2020).


David Kennedy, Global Governance in Crisis Time, Vital Interests (June 25, 2020).


Kenneth W. Mack, James Baldwin Spoke Eloquently to His Era. Does He Also Speak to Ours?, Wash. Post (July 19, 2020, 8:00 AM EDT)(reviewing Eddie S. Glaude Jr., James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own (2020)).


Naz K. Modirzadeh (with Dustin A. Lewis & Jessica S. Burniske), The Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate and International Humanitarian Law: Preliminary Considerations for States (Harv. L. Sch. Program on Int’l L. & Armed Conflict (HLS PILAC) Legal Briefing, Mar. 2020).


Alexandra Natapoff, Atwater and the Misdemeanor Carceral State, 133 Harv. L. Rev. F. 147 (2020).


Gerald L. Neuman, Populist Threats to the International Human Rights System, in Human Rights in a Time of Populism: Challenges and Responses 1 (Gerald L. Neuman ed., 2020).

Gerald L. Neuman, Human Rights Responses to the Populist Challenge, in Human Rights in a Time of Populism: Challenges and Responses 250 (Gerald L. Neuman ed., 2020).


Ruth L. Okediji, When is Intellectual Property an Investment?, in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Investment Law 94 (Christophe Geiger ed., 2020).

Ruth L. Okediji (with Laurence R. Helfer & Molly K. Land), Copyright Exceptions Across Borders: Implementing the Marrakesh Treaty, 42 Eur. Intellectual Property Rev. 332 (2020).


Intisar A. Rabb, Foreword to the Symposium on Brunei’s New Islamic Criminal Code, 1 J. Islamic L. (2020).


J. Mark Ramseyer, Contracting for Terroir in Sake (Harv. L. Sch. John M. Olin Center Discussion Paper No. 1034, June 7, 2020).


Mark J. Roe (with Benjamin Charles Iverson & Jared A. Ellias), Estimating the Need for Additional Bankruptcy Judges in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, 11 Har. Bus. L. Rev. (June 25, 2020).

Mark J. Roe, Derivatives and Repos in Bankruptcy, in Research Handbook on Corporate Bankruptcy Law 102 (Barry E. Adler ed., 2020).


Hal S. Scott, An Essay on the Fed and the U.S. Treasury: Lender of Last Resort and Fiscal Policy (May 21, 2020).


Robert H. Sitkoff (with Max Matthew Schanzenbach), Comment Letter of Professors Max M. Schanzenbach and Robert H. Sitkoff on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Request for Comment on the Names Rule for Mutual Finds in Light of ESG Investing and Other Market Developments (Nw. L. & Econ. Research Paper No. 20-05, May 5, 2020).

Robert H. Sitkoff (with Max M. Schanzenbach), Reconciling Fiduciary Duty and Social Conscience: The Law and Economics of ESG Investing by a Trustee, 72 Stan. L. Rev. 381 (2020).


Holger Spamann, No, Judges Are Not Influenced by Outdoor Temperature (Or Other Weather): Comment (Harvard John M. Olin Discussion Paper No. 1036, July 8, 2020).


Nicholas Stephanopoulos, Election Litigation in the Time of the Pandemic, U. Chi. L. Rev. Online (forthcoming 2020).


Matthew C. Stephenson, The Qualities of Public Servants Determine the Quality of Public Service, 2019 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1177.


Cass R. Sunstein & Adrian Vermeule, The Unitary Executive: Past, Present, Future, Sup. Ct. Rev. (forthcoming 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, Self-Silencing and Online Learning, J. Legal Educ. (forthcoming 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, Superheroes of A Thousand Faces: The Irresistible Stan Lee, L.A. Rev. Books (forthcoming 2020)(reviewing Liel Leibovitz, Stan Lee: A Life in Comics (2020)).

Cass R. Sunstein & Julien Gosset, Optimal Sludge? The Price of Program Integrity, Duke L.J. Online (forthcoming 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein (with Micha Kaiser, Manuela Bernauer & Lucia A. Reisch), The Power of Green Defaults: The Impact of Regional Variation of Opt-out Tariffs on Green Energy Demand in Germany, 174 Ecological Econ. (forthcoming Aug. 2020).

Jon Kleinberg, Jens Ludwig, Sendhil Mullainathan & Cass R. Sunstein, Algorithms as Discrimination Detectors, Proc. Nat’l Acad. Sci. 201912790 (July 28, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, The Triumph of the Friendly: A Review of Brian Hare and Vanessa Woods, Survival of the Friendliest, 22 J. Bioecon. 131 (2020).

Cass R. Sunstein (with Annie Duke), Freerolls (July 27, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein (with Michael Greenstone & Sam Ori), Fuel Economy 2.0, 44 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 1 (2020).

Cass R. Sunstein (with Katrine Bach Habersaat, Cornelia Betsch, Margie Danchin, Robert Böhm, Armin Falk, Noel T. Brewer, Saad B. Omer, Martha Scherzer, Sunita Sah, et al.), Ten Considerations for Effectively Managing the COVID-19 Transition, Nature Hum. Behav. (June 24, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, Are Food Labels Good? (June 16, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein (with Philipp Lorenz-Spreen, Stephan Lewandowsky & Ralph Hertwig), How Behavioural Sciences Can Promote Truth, Autonomy and Democratic Discourse Online, Nature Hum. Behav. (June 15, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, Has Liberalism Ruined Everything?, 19 Contemp. Liberal Theory 175 (2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, On the Wrongness of Lies (May 6, 2020).

Cass R. Sunstein, Behavioral Welfare Economics, 11 J. Benefit-Cost Analysis 196 (2020).

Cass R. Sunstein (with Johanna Mollerstrom), How Special is Democracy?: An Experimental Study of Recommendations in the Minimum Effort Game, 190 Econ. Letters 109066 (2020).


Daniel K. Tarullo, Time-Varying Measures in Financial Regulation, 83 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1 (2020).


Mark Tushnet, Spontaneous Demonstrations and the First Amendment, 71 Ala. L. Rev. 773 (2020).

Mark Tushnet, ‘A Motive, Not A Judgment’: Reflections on Kieslowski’s Invitation to Think About Morality (Apr. 30, 2020).

Mark V. Tushnet & Bojan Bugaric, Populism and Constitutionalism: An Essay on Definitions and Their Implications (Apr. 21, 2020).

Mark Tushnet (with Sujit Choudhry), Participatory Constitution-Making: Introduction, 18 Int’l J. Const. L. 173 (2020).


Rebecca Tushnet (with Michael A. Carrier), An Antitrust Framework for False Advertising, Iowa L. Rev. (forthcoming 2020).


Adrian Vermeule, Rules, Commands and Principles in the Administrative State, Yale L.J. F. (forthcoming 2020).


Alex Whiting, A Program for the Next ICC Prosecutor, 52 Case W. Res. J. Int’l L. 479 (2020).


Jonathan Zittrain, Twitter’s Least-Bad Option for Dealing With Donald Trump, Atlantic (June 26, 2020, 10:15 AM).

Jonathan Zittrain, Is Digital Contact Tracing Over Before It Began?, Medium (June 25, 2020).

Jonathan Zittrain, Entering the Minefield of Digital Contact Tracing, Medium (May 5, 2020).