2012

Reisurance: The Silent Regulator?, Aviva Abramovsky

"Systemic Poverty as a Cause of Recessions", Robert Ashford

The Sixth Amendment's Textual Core, Sanjay K. Chhablani

The Limits of WTO Adjudication: Is Compliance the Problem?, Juscelino F. Colares

The Reality of EU-Conformity Review in France, Juscelino F. Colares

Contract Law's Inefficiency, David M. Driesen

Discretionary Persistent Felony Offender Sentencing In New York: Can it survive Apprendi ?, Joseph E. Fahey

Short of the Goal: New York's Legislation to Compel HIV Testing from Accused Sex Offenders, Joseph E. Fahey

Throwing Away The Key: An Examination of New York's Sex Offender Civil Commitment Law, Joseph E. Fahey

The Count's Dilemma, or, Harmony and Dissonance in Legal Language, Ian Gallacher

Thinking Like Non-Lawyers: Why Empathy is a Core Lawyering Skill and Why Legal Education Should Change to Reflect its Importance, Ian Gallacher

The Unintended Consequences of Stanford v. Roche, Ted Hagelin

Rethinking Children as Property, Kevin Noble Maillard

Slaves in the Family: Testamentary Freedom and Interracial Deviance, Kevin Noble Maillard

The Color of Testamentary Freedom, Kevin Noble Maillard

Political Advertisements in the Era of Fleeting Indecent Images and Utterances, LaVonda N. Reed-Huff

Technical Standards for Admission to Medical Schools: Deaf Candidates Don't Get No Respect, Michael A. Schwartz

How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count the Days: Deathbed Marriages in America, Terry L. Turnipseed

The President and the Autopen: It Is Unconstitutional for Someone or Something to Sign a Bill Outside of the President's Presence, Terry L. Turnipseed

SCALIA’S SHIP OF REVULSION HAS SAILED: WILL LAWRENCE PROTECT ADULTS WHO ADOPT LOVERS TO HELP ENSURE THEIR INHERITANCE FROM INCEST PROSECUTION?, Terry L. Turnipseed

2011

Whose Rules Rule? Federal Circuit Review of Divergent USPTO and District Court Decisions, Lisa Dolak

2010

Binary Economics - An Overview, Robert Ashford

Eliminating the Underlying Cause of Poverty as a Means to Global Economic Recovery, Robert Ashford

All Judges Are Political—Except When They Are Not: Acceptable Hypocrisies and the Rule of Law, Keith J. Bybee

Efficient, Fair, and Incomprehensible: How the State 'Sells' Its Judiciary, Keith J. Bybee and Heather Pincock

Lawyers Acting Badly, or Not? Misconduct in IP Litigation: Recent Examples and the Questions They Raise, Lisa Dolak

Supplemental Examinations to Consider, Reconsider, or Correct Patent-Related Information: A Tangled Web Indeed, Lisa Dolak

Two Cheers for Feasible Regulation: A Modest Response to Masur and Posnera, David M. Driesen

Trusts Versus Corporations: An Empirical Analysis of Competing Organizational Forms, A. Joseph Warburton

2009

Broadening the Right to Acquire Capital with the Earnings of Capital: The Missing Link to Sustainable Economic Recovery and Growth, Robert Ashford

The Rule of Law is Dead! Long Live the Rule of Law!, Keith J. Bybee

An Environmental Competition Statute, David M. Driesen

Alternatives to Regulation?: Market Mechanisms and the Environment, David M. Driesen

Capping Carbon, David M. Driesen

Linkage and Multilevel Governance, David M. Driesen

Neoliberal Instrument Choice, David M. Driesen

Toward a Duty-Based Theory of Executive Power, David M. Driesen

Toward Sustainable Technology, David M. Driesen

The Missing Instrument: Dirty Input Limits, David M. Driesen and Amy Sinden

2008

Binary Economics and the Case for Broader Ownership, Robert Ashford

Managing Radical Disputes: Public Reason, the American Dream, and the Case of Same-Sex Marriage, Keith J. Bybee and Cyril Ghosh

Firing U.S. Attorneys: An Essay, David M. Driesen

Sustainable Development and Air Quality: The Need to Replace Basic Technologies with Cleaner Alternatives, David M. Driesen

Amicus Brief of Economists Ackerman et al. in Entergy v. Riverkeepers, Douglas A. Kysar and David M. Driesen

The Multiracial Epiphany, Kevin Noble Maillard

The Anatomy of Grey: A Theory of Interracial Convergence, Kevin Noble Maillard and Janis L. mcDonald

2007

Binary Economics: The Economic Theory that Gave Rise to ESOPs, Robert Ashford

Socio-Economics - An Overview, Robert Ashford

An Economic Dynamic Approach to the Infrastructure Commons, David M. Driesen

Renewable Energy under the Kyoto Protocol: The Case for Mixing Instruments, David M. Driesen

Sustainable Development and Market Liberalism's Shotgun Wedding: Emissions Trading Under the Kyoto Protocol, David M. Driesen

Sustainable Development and Market Liberalism's Shotgun Wedding: Emissions Trading Under the Kyoto Protocol, David M. Driesen

The Changing Climate for United States Law, David M. Driesen

'Aux Armes, Citoyens!:' Time for Law Schools to Lead the Movement for Free and Open Access to the Law, Ian Gallacher

Cite Unseen: How Neutral Citation And America's Law Schools Can Cure Our Strange Devotion To Bibliographical Orthodoxy And The Constriction Of Open And Equal Access To The Law, Ian Gallacher

Conducting The Constitution: Justice Scalia, Textualism, And The Eroica Symphony, Ian Gallacher

Mapping the Social Life of the Law: An Alternative Approach to Legal Research, Ian Gallacher

"Who Are Those Guys?:" The Results of a Survey Studying the Information Literacy of Incoming Law Students, Ian Gallacher

2006

To Err is Human: ART Mix-Ups - A Labor-Based, Relational Proposal, Leslie Bender

Is Cost-Benefit Analysis Neutral?, David M. Driesen

Links Between European Emissions Trading and CDM Credits for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects, David M. Driesen

Regulatory Reform: The New Lochnerism?, David M. Driesen

“Forty-Two:” A Hitchhikers Guide To Teaching Legal Research To The Google Generation, Ian Gallacher

The Beggar's Opera and its Criminal Law Context, Ian Gallacher

Why Shouldn't I be Allowed to Leave My Property to Whomever I Choose at My Death? (Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Start Loving the French), Terry L. Turnipseed

2005

Capital Democratization, Robert Ashford

Memo on Binary Economics to Attorneys for Women and People of Color Re: What Else Can Public Corporations Do for Your Clients?, Robert Ashford

Good Manners, Gay Rights and the Law, Keith J. Bybee

Legal Realism, Common Courtesy, and Hypocrisy, Keith J. Bybee

Design, Trading, and Innovation, David M. Driesen

The Functions of Transaction Costs: Rethinking Transaction Cost Minimization in a World of Friction, David M. Driesen and Shubha Ghosh

2004

Distributing the Costs of Environmental, Health, and Safety Protection: The Feasibility Principle, Cost-Benefit Analysis, and Regulatory Reform, David M. Driesen

2003

Genes, Parents and Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Mistakes, Race, Sex, and Law, Leslie Bender

Design, Trading, and Innovation, David M. Driesen

Distributing the Costs of Environmental, Health, and Safety Protection: The Feasability Principle, Cost-Benefit Analysis, and Regulatory Reform, David M. Driesen

Does Emissions Trading Encourage Innovation?, David M. Driesen

Standing for Nothing: The Paradox of Demanding Concrete Context for Formalist Adjudication, David M. Driesen

What's Property Got to Do With It?, David M. Driesen

The Functions of Transaction Costs: Rethinking Transaction Cost Minimization in a World of Friction, David M. Driesen and Shubha Ghosh

2002

Loose Canons: Statutory Construction and the New Nondelegation Doctrine, David M. Driesen

2000

Getting Our Priorities Straight: One Strand of the Regulatory Reform Debate, David M. Driesen

What is Free Trade? The Real Issue Lurking Behind the Trade and Environment Debate, David M. Driesen

1999

Choosing Environmental Instruments in a Transnational Context, David M. Driesen

1998

Free Lunch or Cheap Fix?: The Emissions Trading Idea and the Climate Change Convention, David M. Driesen