Scholarly Articles, Working Papers, and Works in Collection
November 12, 2019
Oren Bar-Gill, Smart Disclosure: Promise and Perils, Behavioural Pub. Pol’y (Aug. 20, 2019).
Oren Bar-Gill, David Schkade & Cass R. Sunstein, Drawing False Inferences From Mandated Disclosures, 3 Behavioural Pub. Pol’y 209 (2019).
Yochai Benkler, Cautionary Notes on Disinformation and the Origins of Distrust, MediaWell (Oct. 17, 2019).
Gabriella Blum (with Dustin A. Lewis & Naz K. Modirzadeh), Quantum of Silence: Inaction and Jus ad Bellum (Harv. L. Sch. Program on Int’l L. & Armed Conflict (PILAC), July 16, 2019).
Scott Brewer, Interactive Virtue and Vice in Systems of Arguments: A Logocratic Analysis, Artificial Intelligence & L. (Aug. 10, 2019).
Emily Broad Leib & Margot J. Pollans, The New Food Safety, 107 Calif. L. Rev. 1173 (2019).
I. Glenn Cohen (with Dov Fox & Eli Y. Adashi), Fertility Fraud, Legal Firsts, and Medical Ethics, 134 Obstetrics & Gynecology 918 (2019).
I. Glenn Cohen & Nicholas Bagley, Private Rights and the Public Interest in Drug and Medical Device Litigation, JAMA Internal Med. (Oct. 28, 2019).
I. Glenn Cohen (with Mateo Aboy, Kathleen Liddell, Cristina Crespo, Johnathon Liddicoat, Sara Gerke & Timo Minssen), How Does Emerging Patent Case Law in the US and Europe Affect Precision Medicine?, 37 Nature Biotechnology 1118 (2019).
I. Glenn Cohen (with W. Nicholson Price & Sara Gerke), Potential Liability for Physicians Using Artificial Intelligence, JAMA (Oct. 4, 2019).
I. Glenn Cohen & Harry Graver, A Doctor’s Touch: What Big Data in Health Care Can Teach Us About Predictive Policing, in Policing and Artificial Intelligence (John L.M. McDaniel & Ken G. Pease eds., forthcoming 2020).
I. Glenn Cohen, Changing Conception, 365 Science 872 (2019)(reviewing Margaret S. Marsh & Wanda Ronner, The Pursuit of Parenthood (2019)).
I. Glenn Cohen (with Dov Fox & Eli Y. Adashi), The Law and Ethics of Fetal Burial Requirements for Reproductive Health Care, JAMA (Aug. 16, 2019).
I Glenn Cohen (with Sara Gerke, Timo Minssen & Helen Yu), Ethical and Legal Issues of Ingestible Electronic Sensors, 2 Nature Elec. 329 (2019).
I. Glenn Cohen (with Jean-Christophe Bélisle-Pipon, Effy Vayena & Robert C. Green), Genetic Testing, Insurance Discrimination and Medical Research: What the United States Can Learn From Peer Countries, 25 Nature Med. 1198 (2019).
Andrew Manuel Crespo, Brief of Professor Andrew Manuel Crespo as Amicus Curiae in Support of Affirmance, Kansas v. Glover (No. 18-556), 2019 WL 4256217 (U.S., Sept. 6, 2019).
Benjamin Eidelson, Respect, Individualism, and Colorblindness, Yale L.J. (forthcoming 2020).
Richard Fallon, The Statutory Interpretation Muddle, 114 Nw. U. L. Rev. 269 (2019).
Noah Feldman, The Pragmatist Dissents: A life that was guided by experience, not logic, N.Y. Times, Aug. 11, 2019, at BR13 (reviewing Stephen Budiansky, Oliver Wendell Holmes: A Life in War, Law, and Ideas (2019)).
Jesse M. Fried & Jeffrey N. Gordon, The Valuation and Governance Bubbles of Silicon Valley, CLS Blue Sky Blog (Oct. 10, 2019).
Urs Gasser (with Alexa Hasse, Sandra Cortesi & Andres Lombana), Youth and Cyberbullying: Another Look (Berkman Klein Ctr. Research Publ’n No. 2019-4, Oct. 29, 2019).
Jack Goldsmith, Jimmy Hoffa, My Stepfather, and Me, Atlantic, Nov. 1, 2019, at 94.
Annette Gordon-Reed, The Real Texas, N.Y. Rev. Books, Oct. 24, 2019, at 20 (reviewing Larry McMurty, In a Narrow Grave: Essays on Texas (1968), Lawrence Wright, God Save Texas: A Journey into the Soul of the Lone Star State (2018), Monica Muñoz Martinez, The Injustice Never Leaves You: Anti-Mexican Violence in Texas (2018), Stephen Harrigan, Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas (2019) & Lucas A. Powe, Jr., America’s Lone Star Constitution: How Supreme Court Cases from Texas Shape the Nation (2018)).
Vicki C. Jackson, US Constitutional Law and History, in The Cambridge Companion to Comparative Constitutional Law 113 (Roger Masterman & Robert Schütze ed., 2019).
Louis Kaplow, Optimal Regulation with Exemptions, 66 Int’l J. Indus. Org. 1 (2019).
Randall Kennedy, The Apparatchik, The Nation, Oct. 29, 2019, at 35 (reviewing Corey Robin, The Enigma of Clarence Thomas (2019)).
Richard Lazarus, Analytics Reveal Key Trends and Themes in Environmental Litigation, 36 Envtl. F., Sept.-Oct. 2019, at 13.
Richard Lazarus, Two Cases Counter Trend of Less Importance to Environmental Law, 36 Envtl. F., Nov.-Dec., at 13.
Martha Minow, Foreword to A Federal Right to Education: Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy (Kimberly Jenkins Robinson, ed., 2019).
Todd D. Rakoff, Response to William W. Buzbee, Deregulatory Splintering: What Might the Other Side Say?, 94 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 699 (2019).
Mark Roe (with Leo Strine, Eric Talley, Jill Fisch & Bruce Kogut), Session IV: The Law, Corporate Governance, and Economic Justice, 31 Applied Corp. Fin. 44 (2019)(Columbia Law School Symposium on Corporate Governance “Counter‐Narratives”: On Corporate Purpose and Shareholder Value(s)).
Hal S. Scott (with Brian A. Johnson), Controlling the Long-Term Problem of Short-Term Funding, J. Fin. Reg. (Aug. 23, 2019).
Steven Shavell, On the Redesign of Accident Liability for the World of Autonomous Vehicles (Harv. L. Sch. John M. Olin Ctr. Discussion Paper No. 1014, NBER Working Paper No. w26220, Sept. 9, 2019).
Robert H. Sitkoff (with Evan J. Criddle & Paul B. Miller), The Rise of Fiduciary Law as a Field of Study, CLS Blue Sky Blog (Oct. 3, 2019).
Henry E. Smith (with Thomas W. Merrill), The Architecture of Property, in Research Handbook on Private Law Theories (Hanoch Dagan & Benjamin Zipursky eds., forthcoming 2020).
Henry E. Smith, Governing Intellectual Property, in Research Handbook on the Economics of Intellectual Property Law 47 (Ben Depoorter, Peter Menell & David Schwartz eds., 2019).
Holger Spamann (with Daniel M. Klerman), Law Matters — Less Than We Thought (USC CLASS Research Paper No. CLASS19-25, Aug. 19, 2019).
Matthew C. Stephenson, Corruption as a Self-Reinforcing “Trap”: Implications for Reform Strategy (QoG Institute Working Papers 2019:10, June 2019).
Cass R. Sunstein, Maximin (Oct. 29, 2019).
Cass R. Sunstein (with Hasan Sheikh), To Persuade As an Expert, Order Matters: ‘Information First, then Opinion’ for Effective Communication (Oct. 24, 2019).
Cass R. Sunstein, Like a Dog, L.A. Rev. of Books (Oct. 24, 2019) (reviewing Lee Alan Dugatkin & Lyudmila Trut, How to Tame a Fox (and Build a Dog) (2017) & Richard Wrangham, The Goodness Paradox: The Strange Relationship Between Virtue and Violence in Human Evolution (2019)).
Cass R. Sunstein, Behaviorally Informed Policy: A Brisk Progress Report (Sept. 29, 2019).
Cass R. Sunstein (with L.A. Paul), ‘As Judged By Themselves’: Transformative Experiences and Endogenous Preferences (Sept. 17, 2019).
Mark Tushnet, Epistemic Closure and the Schechter Case (Aug. 13, 2019).
Mark V. Tushnet, Court-Packing On the Table in the United States?, VerfBlog (Apr. 3, 2019).
Rebecca Tushnet, The Constant Trash Collector: Platforms and the Paradoxes of Content Moderation, Jotwell, July 25, 2019 (reviewing Tarleton Gillespie, Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden Decisions that Shape Social Media (2018)).
Rebecca Tushnet, Content Moderation in an Age of Extremes, 10 Case W. Res. J.L. Tech. & Internet 1 (2019).
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).
David B. Wilkins, David M. Trubek & Bryon Fong, Globalization, Lawyers, and Emerging Economies: The Rise, Transformation, and Significance of the New Corporate Legal Ecosystem in India, Brazil, and China (HLS Ctr. on the Legal Prof. Research Paper No. 2019-1, Sept. 14, 2019).
Mark Wu, China’s Rise and the Growing Doubts Over Trade Multilateralism, in Trade War: The Clash of Economic Systems Endangering Global Prosperity 101 (Meredith A. Crowley ed., 2019).
Crystal Yang & Will Dobbie, Equal Protection Under Algorithms: A New Statistical and Legal Framework (Oct. 11, 2019).
Jonathan Zittrain, Three Eras of Digital Governance (Sept. 23, 2019).
Jonathan Zittrain, A Jury of Random People Can Do Wonders for Facebook, The Atlantic (Nov. 14, 2019, 6:00 AM).