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  • Anna Spain Bradley

    Books

    Human Choice in International Law. Cambridge University Press (2021). Book info International Dispute Resolution: Cases and Materials (with Mary Ellen O’Connell and Amy J. Cohen). 3rd ed. Carolina Academic Press (2021). Book Info

    Articles and Chapters

    Human Rights Racism, 32 Harvard Human Rights Journal 1 (2019). Full Text

  • Kirk J. Stark

    Books

    Selected Sections Federal Income Tax Code and Regulations, 2020-2021 (with Steven A. Bank). Foundation Press (2020). Selected Sections Corporate and Partnership Income Tax Code and Regulations, 2020-2021 (with Steven A. Bank). Foundation Press (2020). Federal Income Taxation (with Joseph Bankman, Daniel Shaviro and Edward Kleinbard). 18th ed. Aspen Legal Publishers (2019).

    Articles and Chapters

    Wayfair in Constitutional Perspective: Who Sets the Ground Rules of U.S. Fiscal Federalism?, 71 National Tax Journal 221 (2021). The Power not to Tax, 69 American University Law Review 565 (2019). Regional Taxation in State Tax Reform, 58 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 117 (2019).

  • Richard H. Steinberg

    Books

    International Trade Law (edited by Richard H. Steinberg). Harvard Law School H20 Open Source Casebook (2021). Full Text The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals (edited by Richard H. Steinberg). Brill/Nijhoff (2020).

    Articles and Chapters

    Introduction: The Crime of Aggression Issue, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Issue of State Party Withdrawal, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Outreach Challenge, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Performance Issue and Metrics of Success, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Challenge of Obtaining Evidence in SGBV Cases, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). The Impending Dejudicialization of the WTO Dispute Settlement System?, ASIL Proceedings 2018 316-21 (2019). (American Society of International Law, 2019).

  • Lara Stemple

    Articles and Chapters

    Police and the Criminalization of LGBT People (with Naomi G. Goldberg, Christy Mallory, Amira Hasenbush, and Ilan H. Meyer), in The Cambridge Handbook of Policing in the United States, (edited by edited by Tamara Rice Lave and Eric J. Millar, Cambridge Univ. Press, 2019). Full Text

  • Katherine Stone

    Articles and Chapters

    The Invisible Web at Work: Artificial Intelligence and Electronic Surveillance in the Workplace (with Richard A. Bales), 41 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 1 (2020). Full Text Rupture and Invention, in The Cambridge Handbook of U.S. Labor Law for the Twenty-First Century, 154-68 (edited by Richard Bales and Charlotte Garden, Cambridge University Press, 2019). Full Text

  • Rebecca Stone

    Articles and Chapters

    Promises, Reliance, and Psychological Lock-In (with Alexander Stremitzer), 49 Journal of Legal Studies 33 (2020). Working Paper Version | [Appendix G: Screenshots – Lab] | [Appendix H: Screenshots – Vignette] Promises, Expectations, and Social Cooperation (with Dorothee Mischkowski and Alexander Stremitzer), 62 Journal of Law and Economics 687 (2019). Working Paper Version

  • Alexander Stremitzer

    Articles

    When Does Physician Use of AI Increase Liability (with Aileen Nielsen and Kevin Tobia), 62(1) Journal of Nuclear Medicine 17-21 (2021). Promises, Expectations, and Social Cooperation (with Dorothee Mischkowski and Rebecca Stone), 62 Journal of Law & Economics 687 (2019). Working Paper Version

  • Xiyin Tang

    Articles and Chapters

    Copyright's Techno-Pessimist Creep, 90 Fordham Law Review 1151 (2021). Can Copyright Holders Do Harm To Their Own Works? A Reverse Theory of Fair Use Market Harm, 54 U.C. Davis Law Review 1245 (2021). Full Text Consumer Expropriation of Aesthetically Functional Trade Dress: Results from a Randomized Experiment (with Ian Ayres), 93 Southern California Law Review 1189 (2020). Full Text

  • Sherod Thaxton

    Articles and Chapters

    A Comment On Sander And Steinbuch’s “Mismatch And Bar Passage: A School-Specific Analysis”, UCLA School of Law Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper No. 22-12 (March 2022). Full Text Shrinking the Accountability Deficit in Capital Charging, in Oxford Handbook of Prosecutors, 565 (edited by Russell Gold, Kay Levine & Ronald Wright, Oxford University Press, 2021). Full Text How Not to Lie About Affirmative Action, 67 UCLA Law Review 834 (2020). Full Text Metrics of Mayhem: Quantifying Capriciousness in Capital Cases, in The Eighth Amendment and its Future in a New Age of Punishment, 266 (edited by Meghan Ryan & Will Berry, Cambridge University Press, 2020). Full Text Reexamining the Link between Parental Knowledge and Delinquency: Unpacking the Influence of Adolescents’ and Parents’ Perceptions (with Heather Scheuerman & Jessica Grosholz), 40 Deviant Behavior 703 (2019). Full Text

  • Lauren van Schilfgaarde

    Articles and Chapters

    Using Peacemaking Circles to Indigenize Tribal Child Welfare (with Brett Lee Shelton), 11 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 681 (2021). Full Text The Need for Confidentiality Within Tribal Cultural Resource Protection, UCLA School of Law Native Nations Law & Policy Center (2020). Full Text

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