Faculty Profiles

Richard Re

Richard M. Re

Assistant Professor of Law, and Faculty Co-Director, PULSE @ UCLA Law (Program on Understanding Law, Science & Evidence)
A.B. Harvard University, 2004
M. Phil. University of Cambridge, 2005
J.D. Yale Law School, 2008
UCLA Faculty Since 2014

Articles and Chapters

"Equal Right to the Poor", 84 University of Chicago Law Review 1149 (2017). Full Text
Explaining SCOTUS Repeaters, 69 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 297 (2016). Full Text
Imagining Perfect Surveillance, 64 UCLA Law Review Discourse 264 (2016). Full Text
Narrowing Supreme Court Precedent from Below, 104 Georgetown Law Journal 921 (2016). Full Text
The Positive Law Floor, 129 Harvard Law Review Forum 313 (2016). Full Text
Promising the Constitution, 110 Northwestern University Law Review 299 (2016). Full Text
The New Holy Trinity, 18 Green Bag 2d 407 (2015). Full Text
Narrowing Precedent in the Supreme Court, 114 Columbia Law Review 1861 (2014). Full Text
The Doctrine of One Last Chance, 17 Green Bag 2d 173 (2014). Full Text
The Due Process Exclusionary Rule, 127 Harvard Law Review 1885 (2014). Full Text
Relative Standing, 102 Georgetown Law Journal 1191 (2014). Full Text
Should Chevron Have Two Steps?, 89 Indiana Law Journal 605 (2014). Full Text
On "A Ticket Good for One Day Only", 16 Green Bag 2D 155 (2013). Full Text
Voting and Vice: Criminal Disenfranchisement and the Reconstruction Amendments (with Christopher M. Re), 121 Yale Law Journal 1584 (2012). Full Text
Jury Poker: A Statistical Analysis of the Fair Cross-Section Requirement, 8 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 533 (2011). Full Text
Can Congress Overturn Graham v. Florida?, 34 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 367 (2011). Full Text
Can Congress Overturn Kennedy v. Louisiana?, 33 Harvard Journal of Law & Policy 1031 (2010). Full Text

Other Publications

Foreword – Imagining the Legal Landscape: Technology and the Law in 2030 (with Jennifer Mnookin), 65 UCLA Law Review Discourse i (2016). Full Text
Case Threw High Court a Curveball, Daily Journal (May 29, 2015).
Narrowing precedent at the U.S. High Court, Daily Journal (Dec. 4, 2014).
Comment, Remedying the Fourth Amendment's Reasonable Management Requirement, United States v. Ankeny, 117 Yale Law Journal 723 (2008).
Note, Re-Justifying the Fair Cross-Section Requirement: Representation and Enfranchisement in the American Criminal Jury, 117 Yale Law Journal 1568 (2007). Full Text