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"Siding with Science: In Defense of ASA’s Dukes vs. Wal-Mart Amicus Brief"
12/5/2011, Laura Beth Nielsen, Sociological Methods and Research
"The Experience and Consequences of Professional Marginality: the Case of Public Interest Lawyers"
12/1/2011, Laura Beth Nielsen, Law and Social Inquiry
The American Family in Black & White: A Post-Racial Strategy for Improving Skills to Promote Equality
3/7/2011, James J. Heckman, Daedelus, the Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Cover of After Tenure: Post-Tenure Law Professors in the United States After Tenure: Post-Tenure Law Professors in the United States
3/1/2011, Elizabeth Mertz, A Publication of The American Bar Foundation
“ ‘Golden Age’, Quiescence, and Revival: How the Sociology of Professions Became the Study of Knowledge-Based Work”
2/1/2011, Rebecca Sandefur, Work and Occupations Journal
Access Across America: 1st Report of the Civil Justice Infrastructure Mapping Project
2011, Rebecca Sandefur, American Bar Foundation
"Reference Guide on Survey Research" (3rd edition)
2011, Shari Seidman Diamond, Federal Judicial Center/National Academy of Sciences
"Law on Display: The Digital Transformation of Legal Persuasion and Judgment" (Book Review)
2011, Shari Seidman Diamond, Law & Society Review
“Professional Work and the Timing of Family Formation among Young Lawyers in U.S. and German Cities.”
2011, John Hagan, Gabriele Plickert, International Journal of the Legal Profession
"Inside Campaigns: Chronicles – and Lessons – from the Trenches," editor with J. R. Bowers
2011, Stephen Daniels, Lynne Rienner Publishers
Long-Term Strategy in Local Elections
2011, Stephen Daniels, J.R. Bowers $ S. Daniels, eds., Inside Campaigns: Chronicles – and Lessons – from the Trenches
A Brief Moment of Opportunity: The Effects of the Economic Downturn on the Delivery of Legal Services to the Poor (with Joanne Martin)
2011, Stephen Daniels, University of Arkansas-Little Rock Law Review
Plaintiffs' Lawyers: Dealing with the Possible But Not Certain (with Joanne Martin)
2011, Stephen Daniels, DePaul Law Review
Hypotheticals (with J.R. Bowers)
2011, Stephen Daniels, CQ Press, e-supplemnt for L. Epstein & T. Walker, Constitutional Law for a Changing America
“Paying for the Past: Addressing Past Property Violations in South Africa"
2011, Bernadette Atuahene, Law and Society Review
"Ethnicity, Inc." (Spanish edition)
2011, John Comaroff, Katz Editores
"Theory from the South: Or, How Euro-America is Evolving Toward Africa"
2011, John Comaroff, Paradigm Publishers
“The End of Neoliberalism? What is Left of the Left”
2011, John Comaroff, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
“Law As...”: Theory and Practice in Legal History”
2011, John Comaroff, UC Irvine Law Review
“Damage Anchors on Real Juries”
2011, Shari Seidman Diamond, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
“The Financial Rewards of Elite Status in the Legal Profession”
2011, Ronit Dinovitzer, Law & Social Inquiry
“Women in the Legal Profession: Findings from a Longitudinal Study of US Law Graduates”
2011, Ronit Dinovitzer, For the Defence
“The Legal Complex”
2011, Terence Halliday, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Lawyers, Structure, and Power: A Tribute to John Heinz”
2011, Terence Halliday, Law & Social Inquiry
“Political Liberalism and Political Embeddedness: Understanding Politics in the Work of Chinese Criminal Defense Lawyers”
2011, Terence Halliday, Law and Society Review
“ ‘The Conscience of Society?’ The Legal Complex, Religion, and the Fates of Political Liberalism”
2011, Terence Halliday, The Paradox of Professionalism: Lawyers and the Possibility of Justice, Oxford University Press
“Effective Child Development Strategies”
2011, James J. Heckman, The Pre-K Debates: Current Controversies and Issues, Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company, Inc.
“Disarticulated Responsiveness: The Theory and Practice of Responsive Regulation in Multi-Layered Systems”
2011, Carol A. Heimer, University of British Columbia Law Review
“Extending the Rails: How Research Reshapes Clinics”
2011, Carol A. Heimer, Social Studies of Science
“Predicting and Preventing Shootings among At-Risk Youth”
2011, Steven D. Levitt, American Economic Review
"Checkmate: Exploring Backward Induction among Chess Players"
2011, Steven D. Levitt, American Economic Review
"Was There Really a Hawthorne Effect at the Hawthorne Plant? An Analysis of the Original Illumination Experiments"
2011, Steven D. Levitt, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics
Editor, “Symposium in Honor of John P. Heinz”
2011, Terence Halliday, Robert L. Nelson, Law & Social Inquiry
“Lawyers, Structure, and Power: A Tribute to John Heinz”
2011, Terence Halliday, Robert L. Nelson, Law & Social Inquiry
Editor, Special Issue on Measuring the Rule of Law
2011, Robert L. Nelson, Hague Journal of the Rule of Law
“Indices and Indicators of Justice, Governance, and the Rule of Law: An Overview”
2011, Robert L. Nelson, Hague Journal of the Rule of Law
“‘Law As …’: Theory and Practice in Legal History”
2011, Christopher L. Tomlins, UC Irvine Law Review
"Political Liberalism and Political Embeddedness: Understanding Politics in the Work of Chinese Criminal Defense Lawyers"
2011, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, Law & Society Review
"Lawyers, State Officials, and Significant Others: Symbiotic Exchange in the Chinese Legal Services Market"
2011, Sida Liu, China Quarterly
"From Programmatic Reform to Social Science Research: The National Tax Association and the Promise and Perils of Disciplinary Encounters"
2011, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Law & Society Review
"South Africa's Land Reform Crisis: Eliminating the Legacy of Apartheid"
2011, Bernadette Atuahene, Foreign Affairs
Social Science and the First Apprenticeship: Moving the Intellectual Misson of Law Schools Forward
2011, Elizabeth Mertz, Journal of the Legal Writing Institute
Undervaluing Indeterminacy: Legal Translations of Social Science.
2011, Elizabeth Mertz, DePaul Law Review 60: 397-412
Punishing Bodies, Securing the Nation: How Rule of Law Can Legitimate the Urbane Authoritarian State
2011, Jothie Rajah, Law and Social Inquiry
"Comparative Constitutional Law"
2011, Tom Ginsburg, Edward Elgar Publishing
"Empiricism and the Rising Incidence of Co-authorship in Law"
2011, Tom Ginsburg, University of Illinois Law Review
"Constitutional Endurance"
2011, Tom Ginsburg, Edward Elgar Publishing
"In Defense of Imperialism": The Rule of Law and the State-Building Project
2011, Tom Ginsburg
"Latin American Presidentialism in Comparative and Historical Perspective"
2011, Tom Ginsburg, Texas Law Review
"The Future of National Constitutions"
2011, Tom Ginsburg, Torkel Opsahl Academic Publishers
"Conceptions of Law in the Civil Rights Movement"
2011, Christopher Schmidt, UC-Irvine Law Review
"Popular Constitutionalism on the Right: Lessons from the Tea Party"
2011, Christopher Schmidt, Denver University Law Review
"The Tea Party and the Constitution"
2011, Christopher Schmidt, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly
"Editor's Introduction" [34:1 (Bernstein & Mertz) Bureaucracy: Ethnography of the State in Everyday Life]
1/1/2011, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review Vol. 34, No. 1
[Mertz & Goodale] Comparative Anthropology of Law.
1/1/2011, Elizabeth Mertz, Comparative Law and Society, D. Clark, ed. (Edward Elgar Publishing)

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