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Submissions from 2024

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Kim Reviews Delmotte's Predistribution Against Rent-Seeking — The Benefit Principle’s Alternative To Redistributive Taxation, Young Ran (Christine) Kim

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You’re Giving Away Your Rights in Those Online Contracts You Don’t Read, Jeff Sovern, Myriam E. Gilles, Prentiss Cox, and David Vladeck

Submissions from 2023

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How the Supreme Court Could Address Racial Disparities in the Criminal Legal System, Kathryn E. Miller

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Weekly SSRN Tax Article Review And Roundup: Kim Reviews Cui’s The Mirage Of Mobile Capital, Young Ran (Christine) Kim

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Time to Enumerate the Slave Trade as a Distinct Provision in the Crimes Against Humanity Treaty, Patricia Viseur Sellers, Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum, and Alexandra Lily Kather

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The Conservative Supreme Court Vision That Means Inequality for Women, Melissa Murray and Katherine A. Shaw

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Common Sense Recommendations for the Application of Tax Law to Digital Assets, Luís Calderón Gómez, Young Ran (Christine) Kim, and Edward A. Zelinsky

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Additional Materials for Judicial Uses of Images: Vision in Decision, Peter Goodrich

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Taxing the Metaverse, Young Ran (Christine) Kim

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How the Supreme Court Should Respond to Alabama’s Defiance, Katherine A. Shaw

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Affirmatively Disclosing Agency Legal Materials, Bernard W. Bell, Cary Coglianese, Michael E. Herz, Margaret B. Kwoka, and Orly Lobel

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Why Are So Many of Trump’s Alleged Co-Conspirators Lawyers?, Deborah Pearlstein

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Kim Reviews Yin’s The Supreme Court’s Misinterpretation Of The FBAR Statute, Young Ran (Christine) Kim

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One of the Most Brazen Republican Schemes Around Abortion Is Happening in Ohio, Melissa Murray and Katherine A. Shaw

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NYC Sidewalk Obligations Must Go Beyond Construction, Michael Pollack

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With Its Student Loan Decision, the Court Again Limits Agency Authority, Katherine A. Shaw and Crawford Schneider

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A Framework for Action for the Responsibility to Protect: A Resource for States, Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum

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We Need a Department of Sidewalks, Michael Pollack

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The Supreme Court’s Disorienting Elevation of Religion, Katherine A. Shaw

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The Reactions That Reveal Everything About Trump vs. Biden, Katherine A. Shaw

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Weekly SSRN Tax Article Review And Roundup: Kim Reviews Crypto Losses By Nguyen & Maine, Young Ran (Christine) Kim

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Memorandum on Reopening the Dodd-Frank Act Section 956 Incentive Compensation Rule, Michael E. Herz, Ronald Levin, Nina A. Mendelson, Peter M. Shane, and Peter L. Strauss

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Silencing Litigation Through Bankruptcy, Pamela Foohey and Christopher K. Odinet

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Disclosure of Agency Legal Materials, Bernard W. Bell, Cary Coglianese, Michael E. Herz, Margaret B. Kwoka, and Orly Lobel

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Why Trump Sexual Abuse Verdict May Be Hard To Replicate, Jessica A. Roth

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Montana is Trying to Ban TikTok. What Does the First Amendment Have to Say?, Deborah Pearlstein and John Dellamore

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It’s Time to Reacquaint Americans With the Possibility of Changing the Constitution. Here’s Where to Begin., Katherine A. Shaw and Julie C. Suk

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How Startup Attorneys Create Value and Engineer Exits, Rachel Landy

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The Abortion Pill Ruling Is Bad Law, and the Biden Administration Should Fight It, Katherine A. Shaw

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Just Kidding? The Problem of Unenforceable Waivers of Liability, Anthony J. Sebok

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This Is Biden’s Chance to Tell Us Exactly What the Supreme Court Has Done, Katherine A. Shaw

Submissions from 2022

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Oral Argument in Moore v. Harper and the Perils of Finding “Compromise” on the Independent State Legislature Theory, Katherine A. Shaw

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More on the Varying Meanings of “Congress” and “Legislature”, Michael Herz

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Free Yezidi Foundation Public Memo – Lafarge Case, Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum and Patricia Viseur Sellers

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A New Supreme Court Case Threatens Another Body Blow to Our Democracy, Katherine A. Shaw, Leah Litman, and Carolyn Shapiro

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The Link Between Voting Rights and the Abortion Ruling, Katherine A. Shaw, Leah Litman, and Melissa Murray

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Sandy’s Joyfully Divided Soul and a Glimpse at a Constitutional Poethics in View of Roe’s Leaked Demise, Richard Weisberg

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Bankruptcy as Social Safety Net, Pamela Foohey

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The Other Cause of January 6, Katherine A. Shaw

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We Clerked for Justices Scalia and Stevens. America Is Getting Heller Wrong., Katherine A. Shaw and John Bash

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Quickly End NY’s Suppressive Ballot Policy, Rachel Landy and Jarrett Berg

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Should We Worry that the President Called Putin a “War Criminal” Out Loud?, Deborah Pearlstein

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Yom Ha’Shoah in an Even More Special Context, Richard Weisberg

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Law’s Duct Tape? Using Public Nuisance to Fix the Holes in Administrative Law, Anthony J. Sebok

Submissions from 2021

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Mass Comments’ Opportunity Costs, Michael Herz

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State Lawmakers Must Step in to Remedy Supreme Court Voting Rights Blunder, Rachel Landy and Jarrett Berg

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Chevron Flip-Flops of a Different Sort - Understanding the Shifting Politics of Deference, Michael E. Herz

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Fourth Amendment Review 2021, Ekow N. Yankah

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Who Defends: Judge Sutton's Vision and the Challenge of a Plural Executive, Katherine A. Shaw

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The Executive-Privilege Paradox, Katherine A. Shaw

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Immigration Cyber Prisons: Ending the Use of Electronic Ankle Shackles, Tosca Giustini, Sarah Greisman, Peter L. Markowitz, Ariel Rosen, Zachary Ross, Alisa Whitfield, Christina Fialho, Brittany Castle, and Leila Kang

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For Facebook’s Sake: Getting Conversant with Human Rights, Deborah Pearlstein

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A Way to Guarantee Voting Rights, Rachel Landy and Jarrett Berg

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A Small Change to Save Thousands of Votes, Rachel Landy and Jarret Berg

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Impact of New York’s “Wrong Church” Ballot Disqualification Rule in the 2020 General Election, Rachel Landy and Jarret Berg

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Defending "Universal Vacatur" - Nationwide Injunctions for Administrative Law, Michael E. Herz

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Beware of Strangers Bearing Gifts, Anthony J. Sebok

Submissions from 2020

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The GSA’s Delay in Recognizing the Biden Transition Team and the National Security Implications, Katherine A. Shaw and Ryan Goodman

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The Transition Is Already Happening (And It’s Going Fine So Far), Michael Herz and Katherine A. Shaw

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A 6-3 Supreme Court Could Allow the Government to Openly Discriminate in Its Policies, Katherine A. Shaw and Leah Litman

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The Constitution Is On Pause in America’s Courtrooms, Jessica A. Roth

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Can Anything Be Done to Rein In the President’s Speech?, Katherine A. Shaw

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Letter from NY Law Faculty in Support of Diploma Privilege, Myriam E. Gilles, Betsy Ginsberg, Michael Herz, Rebecca Ingber, Kate Levine, Michael Pollack, Alexander A. Reinert, Katherine A. Shaw, and Ekow N. Yankah

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Preparing the Public for a Contested Election, Deborah Pearlstein

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We Badly Need Congress to Act. We Don’t Need Congress to Act in Person., Deborah Pearlstein

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Why Trump’s Lawyers Should Talk Like Lawyers, Katherine A. Shaw

Submissions from 2019

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I Pity the Fool: Ori Herstein’s Defense of the Klutz, Anthony J. Sebok

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Let Locked-up People Vote: Prisoners Are Still Citizens and Should Be Able to Exert Their Civic Rights, Rachel Landy

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About Those Constitutional Norms, Mr. Attorney General, Deborah Pearlstein

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Gandhis of the Deep State, Michael E. Herz

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Symposium: In “Gundy II,” Auer Survives by a Vote of 4.6 to 4.4, Michael Herz

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Ask the Author: Interview With Justice John Paul Stevens, Katherine A. Shaw

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The White House and Congress Are Heading for a Collision. Who Will Win?, Katherine A. Shaw

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Asymmetric Normalcy, Deborah Pearlstein

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Is Less Really More? Abraham and Kendrick on Getting Rid of Affirmative Duties, Anthony J. Sebok

Submissions from 2018

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Plus Ça Change: A Century-Old Removal For Cause, Michael E. Herz

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Why Kavanaugh Should Not Attend the White House Ceremony, Michael Herz

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How Strong Does the Evidence Against Kavanaugh Need to Be?, Katherine A. Shaw

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Unpacking DOJ’s New Claim that DHS Can Legally Detain Migrant Children with Their Parents for Longer than Twenty Days, Deborah Pearlstein, Marty Lederman, and Ryan Goodman

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Child Separation in the Courts, Deborah Pearlstein

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Why Did Liberals Join the Majority in the Masterpiece Case?, Katherine A. Shaw

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Once More unto the Breach, Dear Friends - Levin on the Guidance Exception, Michael E. Herz

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Software Components of Digital Health Innovations Raise Unique Questions for Standard University Technology Licenses, Rachel Landy

Submissions from 2017

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Doing Away With Battery Law, Anthony J. Sebok

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Wearables and Warranties, Rachel Landy and Jennifer M. Halbleib

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Do Not Forget to Wear a Hat, Michael Herz

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The Test Case for Presidential War Power: North Korea and Trump, Deborah Pearlstein

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Should the President’s Words Matter in Court?, Katherine A. Shaw

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Breaking News: New Form of Superior Agency Guidance Discovered Hiding in Plain Sight, Michael E. Herz

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What Is It Like to Think Like a Pre-modern?, Anthony J. Sebok

Submissions from 2016

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We Are All Publicists Now, Michael Herz

Submissions from 2015

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What Happens if We Call Discrimination a Tort?, Anthony J. Sebok

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Al Warafi’s Active Hostilities, Deborah Pearlstein

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New Wine, Old Bottles, and a Do-Nothing Congress, Michael E. Herz

Submissions from 2014

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Does Tort Law Empower?, Anthony J. Sebok

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Obama Administration’s Position on the Un Torture Convention: New? Yes. Significant? Not So Much, Gabor Rona

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Why Answer?, Anthony J. Sebok

Submissions from 2013

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Using Social Media in Rulemaking: Possibilities and Barriers, Michael E. Herz

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Symposium: The Challengingly Uncategorizable Recess Appointments Clause, Michael Herz

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Rules or Standards for Intestate Succession?, Stewart E. Sterk