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  • Kimberlé W. Crenshaw

    Books

    Seeing Race Again: Countering Colorblindness across the Disciplines (edited by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Luke Charles Harris, Daniel Martinez HoSang, and George Lipsitz). University of California Press (2019).

    Articles and Chapters

    How Colorblindness Flourished in the Age of Obama, in Seeing Race Again: Countering Colorblindness across the Disciplines, (edited by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Luke Charles Harris, Daniel Martinez HoSang, and George Lipsitz, University of California Press, 2019). Unmasking Colorblindness in the Law: Lessons from the Formation of Critical Race Theory, in Seeing Race Again: Countering Colorblindness across the Disciplines, (edited by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Luke Charles Harris, Daniel Martinez HoSang, and George Lipsitz, University of California Press, 2019). An Intersectional Critique of Tiers of Scrutiny: Beyond “Either/Or” Approaches to Equal Protection (with Devon W. Carbado), 129 The Yale Law Journal Forum 108 (2019). Full Text We Still Have not Learned from Anita Hill's Testimony, 26 UCLA Women's Law Journal 17 (2019). Full Text

  • Scott L. Cummings

    Books

    An Equal Place: Lawyers in the Struggle for Los Angeles. Oxford University Press (2021). Book Info

    Articles, Essays & Book Chapters

    Making Public Interest Lawyers In A Time Of Crisis: An Evidence-Based Approach (with Catherine Albiston and Richard L. Abel), 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 223 (2021). Full Text United States: Out of Many Legal Professions, One? (with Carroll S Seron, Ann Southworth, Rebecca L Sandefur, Steven A Boutcher and Anna Raup-Kounovsky), in Lawyers in 21st-Century Societies: Vol 1: National Reports (edited by edited by Richard L. Abel and Ole Hammerslev, with Hilary Sommerlad and Ulrike Schultz, Hart Publishers, 2020). Country report on the U.S. legal profession for a comparative legal professions book project edited by Ole Hammerslev, Ulrike Schultz & Hilary Sommerlad. Preemption as a Tool of Misclassification (with Emma Curran Donnelly Hulse), 66 UCLA Law Review 1872 (2019).

  • Joshua Foa Dienstag

    Books

    Cinema Pessimism: A Political Theory of Representation and Reciprocity. Oxford Univ. Press (2019). Book Info

  • Sharon Dolovich

    Articles and Chapters

    Evading the Eighth Amendment: Prison Conditions and the Courts, in The Eighth Amendment and Its Future in a New Age of Punishment, (edited by Meghan J. Ryan & William W. Berry III, Cambridge University Press, 2020). Full Text Mass Incarceration, Meet COVID-19, University of Chicago Law Review Online (2020). SSRN | Full Text

  • Ingrid Eagly

    Books and Chapters

    Criminal Practice: A Handbook for New Advocates (with George Fisher & Ronald Tyler). Foundation Press (2021).

    Articles and Essays

    Restructuring Public Defense After Padilla (with Tali Gires, Rebecca Kutlow, and Eliana Navarro Gracian), 74 Stanford Law Review 1 (2022). HeinOnline | SSRN Lexipol’s Fight Against Police Reform (with Joanna Schwartz), 97 Indiana Law Journal 1 (2022). HeinOnline | SSRN The Institutional Hearing Program: A Study of Prison-Based Immigration Courts in the United States (with Steven Shafer), 54 Law & Society Review 788 (2020). Full Text Measuring In Absentia Removal in Immigration Court (with Steven Shafer), 168 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 817 (2020). HeinOnline | SSRN The Movement to Decriminalize Border Crossing, 61 Boston College Law Review 1967 (2020). HeinOnline | SSRN

    Other

    Learning from Deported Americans, 50 Southwestern Law Review 333 (2021). Reviewing Deported Americans: Life After Deportation to Mexico, by Beth Caldwell (Duke University Press, 2019). HeinOnline | Full Text

  • Blake Emerson

    Books

    The Public's Law: Origins and Architecture of Progressive Democracy. Oxford University Press (2019).

    Articles and Chapters

    Liberty and Democracy Through the Administrative State: A Critique of the Roberts Court’s Political Theory, 73 Hastings Law Journal 371 (2022). Full Text The Departmental Structure of Executive Power: Subordinate Checks from Madison to Mueller, 38 (1) Yale Journal on Regulation 90 (2021). SSRN | Full Text Abandoning Presidential Administration: A Civic Governance Agenda to Promote Democratic Equality and Guard Against Creeping Authoritarianism (with Jon D. Michaels), 68 UCLA Law Review 104 (2021). Full Text The Claims of Official Reason: Administrative Guidance on Social Inclusion, 128 Yale Law Journal 2122 (2019). Full Text

  • Robert Feldman

    Books

    Professionalism and Values in Law Practice. Routledge (2021). Book Info

  • Joseph Fishkin

    Articles and Essays

    Evaluating Constitutional Hardball: Two Fallacies and a Research Agenda (with David Pozen), 119 Columbia Law Review Online 158 (2019). Full Text

  • Cary Franklin

    Articles and Chapters

    The ERA, the Military, and the Making of Constitutional Meaning, 43 New York University Review of Law & Social Change 115 (2019). The Story of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt and What It Means to Protect Women, in Reproductive Rights and Justice Stories, (edited by Melissa Murray, Kate Shaw & Reva Siegel, Foundation Press, 2019). Full Text

  • Susan Fletcher French

    Books

    Cases and Text on Property (with Gerald Korngold). 7th ed. Aspen Casebook Series (2019). A California Companion for the Course in Wills, Trusts & Estates. 8th ed. Aspen Publishers, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (2019-2020).

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