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Cover of Discounting Life: Necropolitical Law, Culture, and the Long War on Terror Discounting Life: Necropolitical Law, Culture, and the Long War on Terror
10/1/2022, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
"To Tell the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth: Truth Seeking and Truth Telling in Law (and Other Arenas)"
10/1/2022, Susan P. Shapiro, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
Alternative Legal Professionals and Access to Justice: Failure, Success. and the Evolution of the Washington State LLLT Program (the Genie is Out of the Bottle) (with James Bowers)
2022, Stephen Daniels, DePaul Law Review
Who Wants to be a Prosecutor? and Why Care? Law Students’ Career Aspirations and Reform Prosecutors’ Goals (with Shih-Chun Chien)
2022, Stephen Daniels, Howard Law Journal
"The Impact of COVID-19 on Small Rental Property Management: Insights from a Chicago Case Study"
12/6/2021, Anna Reosti
Protecting Basic Legal Freedoms: International Legal Complexes, Accountability Devices, and the Deviant Case of China, byTerence C. Halliday, Shira Zilberstein and Wendy Espeland
11/15/2021, Terence Halliday, Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 17:159-80.
“Race, the Construction of Dangerous Sexualities, and Juvenile Justice,” in The Intimate State: Sex, Gender, and Governance in Modern America, ed. Margot Canaday, Robert Self, and Nancy Cott
9/6/2021, Tera Agyepong
"Racist Torture and the Code of Silence: A Situational Analysis of Sidebar Secrecy and Legal Cynicism in the Trial of Jon Burge"
7/8/2021, John Hagan
“International Law and Transnational Legal Orders: Permeating Boundaries and Extending Social Science Encounters”
7/7/2021, Terence Halliday
"Review of Dixon and Landau’s Abusive Constitutional Borrowing"
7/1/2021, Tom Ginsburg
"Multimodal conduct in the law: Language, gesture and materiality in legal interaction by Gregory Matoesian and Kristin Enola Gilbert (review)"
6/1/2021, Elizabeth Mertz
Cover of Juries, Lay Judges, and Mixed Courts Juries, Lay Judges, and Mixed Courts
5/25/2021, Shari Seidman Diamond, Cambridge University Press
“The Costs of Seeking Shelter for Renters with Discrediting Background Records”
5/18/2021, Anna Reosti
“Representing Transnational Law”
5/14/2021, Jothie Rajah, The Oxford Handbook of Transnational Law
Cover of Research Handbook on Modern Legal Realism Research Handbook on Modern Legal Realism
5/3/2021, Elizabeth Mertz
“Emotional Evidence in Court”
4/1/2021, Janice Nadler, Research Handbook on Law and Emotion
“Imperialism”
3/3/2021, Jothie Rajah, The Routledge Handbook on Law and Society
"The Bible in Contemporaneous Struggles for Basic Legal Freedoms"
3/1/2021, Terence Halliday, The Oxford Handbook of the Bible in China
"Dignity Discourses in Struggles for Basic Legal Freedoms in China"
2/8/2021, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu
“International Law and American Criminology: Lessons of Racist Torture and Reparations from Geneva to Chicago”
1/25/2021, John Hagan, International Criminology
"The Comparative Constitutional Law of Presidential Impeachment"
1/18/2021, Tom Ginsburg, University of Chicago Law Review
“Paralegals and the Casualisation and De-Professionalization of Lawyers” (Forthcoming)
2021, Rebecca Sandefur, Lawyers in Society
“Law’s Governing Centers: A Global Sociolegal Approach” (Forthcoming)
2021, Jothie Rajah, (Dis)Order: Technique, Power, Legitimacy in Polycentric Governing
“Within and Beyond the Anthropological Study of Law and Language” (In Press)
2021, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
"Comparative Constitutional Law: State of the Discipline" (Forthcoming)
2021, Tom Ginsburg, Comparative Constitutional Law
"Sociolegal Research, the Law School Survey of Student Engagement,and Studying Diversity in Judicial Clerkships"
12/30/2020, Ajay K. Mehrotra
"Reasons for the Disappearing Jury Trial: Perspectives from Attorneys and Judges"
12/16/2020, Shari Seidman Diamond, Louisiana Law Review
Cover of Civil Rights in America: A History Civil Rights in America: A History
12/1/2020, Christopher Schmidt
"Triple Disadvantage: Neighborhood Networks of Everyday Urban Mobility and Violence in U.S. Cities"
11/30/2020, Robert J. Sampson, American Sociological Review
"Public Theology and Global Governance: Weak Actors in Lawmaking for the World Economy"
11/18/2020, Terence Halliday, International Journal of Public Theology
"International Commercial Arbitration: The Creation of a Legal Market"
11/10/2020, Bryant G. Garth, The Oxford Handbook of International Arbitration
“Rights, Dignity, and Public Accommodations”
10/30/2020, Christopher Schmidt, Law and History Review
"America First populism, social volatility, and self-reported arrests"
10/8/2020, John Hagan, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
"How Authoritarians Use International Law"
10/5/2020, Tom Ginsburg, Journal of Democracy
"After Citizens United: How Outside Spending Shapes American Democracy," with Stephane Wolton and Carlo Prato
10/1/2020, Nour J. Abdul-Razzak
"Tempering Unbridled Power: Global Scripts and International Organizations in Struggles for Basic Legal Freedoms"
8/9/2020, Terence Halliday
"The Machinery of International Law and Democratic Backsliding: The Problem of Term Limits"
8/7/2020, Tom Ginsburg, Law & Ethics of Human Rights
"Thailand’s Democratic Moment"
8/3/2020, Tom Ginsburg, Redrafting Constitutions in Democratic Regimes
"Inequality in Talk and Group Size Effects: An analysis of measures"
8/1/2020, Shari Seidman Diamond, Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
"Democracy without Democrats"
6/29/2020, Tom Ginsburg, Constitutional Studies
"Why Do Transnational Legal Orders Persist? The Curious Case of Anti-Money Laundering"
6/1/2020, Terence Halliday, Transnational Legal Ordering of Criminal Justice
"Sociology of Law: Speaking for the Dying"
6/1/2020, Susan P. Shapiro, ASA Footnotes
“Legal Advice from Nonlawyers: Consumer Demand, Provider Quality, and Public Harms”
6/1/2020, Rebecca Sandefur, Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties
"Balancing Past vs Future Values in Decision-making"
5/19/2020, Susan P. Shapiro, JAMA
"Neighborhood Climates of Legal Cynicism and Complaints about Abuse of Police Power"
5/18/2020, John Hagan, Criminology
"Rebel Use of Law and Courts"
5/15/2020, Tom Ginsburg, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
"A Tale Half Told: State Exclusionary and Inclusionary Regimes, Incarceration of Fathers, and the Educational Attainment of Children"
5/11/2020, John Hagan, Social Science Research
“Ordinary People and the Rationalization of Wrongdoing”
5/4/2020, Janice Nadler, Michigan Law Review
"What the Study of Legal Cynicism and Crime Can Tell Us about Reliability, Validity, and Versatility in Law and Social Science Research"
4/22/2020, John Hagan, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
"COVID-19 Deaths Highlight Need for People to Make End-of-Life Wishes Known"
4/15/2020, Susan P. Shapiro, Miami Herald
"Lessons about Law at Life’s End: Rethinking Advance Directives in the Shadow of a Pandemic"
4/2020, Susan P. Shapiro, Juriste International
Cover of From Parchment to Practice: Implementing New Constitutions From Parchment to Practice: Implementing New Constitutions
4/1/2020, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
"Inside the ‘Red Circle’: the production of China’s corporate legal elite"
3/19/2020, Sida Liu, Journal of Professions and Organization
Looking Back: What Law School Graduates Say About Experiential Learning (with David Thomson)
3/11/2020, Stephen Daniels, Willamette Law Review
"The Politics of Lawyers and the Rule of Law"
3/2/2020, Terence Halliday, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law
"The Fourteenth Amendment and the Transformation of Civil Rights"
3/2/2020, Christopher Schmidt, The Journal of the Civil War Era
"Transnational Law as Drama"
3/1/2020, Jothie Rajah, The Many Lives of Transnational Law: Critical Engagements with Jessup’s Bold Proposal
"Performing Artivism: Feminists, Lawyers, and Online Legal Mobilization in China"
2/28/2020, Sida Liu, Law & Social Inquiry
“We Go Totally Subjective”: Discretion, Discrimination, and Tenant Screening in a Landlord’s Market
2/28/2020, Anna Reosti, Law and Social Inquiry
"Race and Policing in the 2016 Presidential Election: Black Lives Matter, the Police, and Dog Whistle Politics"
2/18/2020, John Hagan, Criminology
"Between Social Spaces"
2/13/2020, Sida Liu, European Journal of Social Theory
"Lawyers in Canada"
2/4/2020, Ronit Dinovitzer, Lawyers in 21st Century Societies: National Reports
“Lawyers and Access to Justice”
2/4/2020, Rebecca Sandefur, Lawyers in 21st Century Societies (Hart Publishing, 2020)
“The American Legal Profession in the New Millennium: Out of Many, One?”
2/4/2020, Rebecca Sandefur, Lawyers in 21st-Century Societies
"Authoritarian International Law?"
2/3/2020, Tom Ginsburg, American Journal of International Law
"The New Place of Corporate Law Firms in the Structuring of Elite Legal Careers"
1/8/2020, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, Law & Social Inquiry
“Reducing Meat Consumption by Appealing to Animal Welfare: Protocol for a Meta-Analysis and Theoretical Review”
1/6/2020, Janice Nadler, Systematic Reviews
“The Gateway to Global China: Hong Kong and the Future of Chinese Law Firms”
2020, Sida Liu, Wisconsin International Law Journal
“Law in Reality, Law in Context: On the Work and Influence of Stewart Macaulay,” (w. L.M. Friedman) in D. Campbell, ed., Stewart Macaulay: Collected Works 15 (Springer, 2020)
2020, Elizabeth Mertz, Stewart Macaulay: Selected Works (Springer)
Cover of In the Matter of Nat Turner: A Speculative History In the Matter of Nat Turner: A Speculative History
2020, Christopher L. Tomlins
"Materialism and Legal Historiography, from Bachelard to Benjamin"
2020, Christopher L. Tomlins, The Oxford Handbook of Law and the Humanities
"A Poetics for Spatial Justice: Gaston Bachelard, Walter Benjamin, and the Return to Historical Materialism"
2020, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law & Literature
"Why Advance Directives Do Not Direct: A Researcher’s Perspective," in "Putting the Pieces Together: Advance Directives in the Rehabilitation Setting."
1/1/2020, Susan P. Shapiro, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Journal
If You Build It, They Will Come: What Law Students Say About Experiential Learning (with David Thomson)
12/9/2019, Stephen Daniels, Florida A&M Law Review
"Imprisonment, Opioids and Health Care Reform: The Failure to Reach a High-Risk Population"
11/23/2019, John Hagan, Preventive Medicine
"The Ecology of Activism: Professional Mobilization in an Authoritarian Regime"
11/6/2019, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, Canadian Review of Sociology
“Rule of Law and Sovereignty Outside the State”
11/6/2019, Jothie Rajah, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law
"What Is a Clinic? Relationships and the Practice of Organizational Ethnography"
11/1/2019, Carol A. Heimer, Sociological Methods and Research
“The Promise and Limits of Fundamental Tax Reform: Contrasting the 1986 Tax Reform Act with the 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act”
11/1/2019, Ajay K. Mehrotra, UC Davis Law Review
"Anti-Money Laundering: An Inquiry into a Disciplinary Transnational Legal Order"
10/29/2019, Terence Halliday, University of California Irvine Journal of International, Transnational, and Comparative Law
"The Interaction of Perceived Subjectivity and Pay Transparency on Professional Judgement in a Profit Pool Setting: The Case of Large Law Firms"
10/16/2019, Ronit Dinovitzer, The Accounting Review
“Introduction,” Power, Legal Education, and Law School Cultures
10/13/2019, Elizabeth Mertz, Power, Legal Education, and Law School Cultures
The Perennial (and Stubborn) Challenge of Cost, Affordability, and Access in Legal Education: We Will Continue to Muddle Through
10/13/2019, Stephen Daniels, Power, Legal Education, and Law School Cultures, Routledge Publishing
Cover of Power, Legal Education, and Law School Cultures Power, Legal Education, and Law School Cultures
10/13/2019, Elizabeth Mertz, Routledge Publishing
"The U.S. Legal Academy as a Miner's Canary"
10/13/2019, Elizabeth Mertz, Power, Legal Education and Law School Cultures
"China’s Turn Toward Law"
10/1/2019, Tom Ginsburg, The Virginia Journal of International Law
“‘Life in All Its Fullness’: Cardozo, Fellows, and the Critical Context of Welch v. Helvering”
9/20/2019, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Pittsburg Tax Review
"Political Theory of International Adjudication"
9/5/2019, Tom Ginsburg, Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law
"BOOK SYNOPSIS: Speaking for the Dying: Life-and-Death Decisions in Intensive Care"
9/2019, Susan P. Shapiro, Voice of Experience
"The Dejudicialization of International Politics"
8/26/2019, Tom Ginsburg, International Studies Quarterly
"One Size Does Not Fit All: The Provision and Interpretation of Presidential Term Limits"
8/20/2019, Tom Ginsburg, The Politics of Presidential Term Limits
"Mueller, They Wrote"
7/25/2019, Bonnie Honig, Politics/Letters Live
"12 Angry Men: Care for the Agon and the Varieties of Masculine Experience"
7/1/2019, Bonnie Honig, Theory & Event
Cover of Constitution-Making and Transnational Legal Order Constitution-Making and Transnational Legal Order
6/30/2019, Terence Halliday, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
“The Deserving Worker: Decisions about Workplace Accommodation by Judges and Laypeople”
6/29/2019, Laura Beth Nielsen, Law & Policy
"Perceiving Discrimination: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation in the Legal Profession"
6/25/2019, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Law and Social Inquiry
Cover of Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis
6/1/2019, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
"Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Teaching Law: James Boyd White and Legal Integrity"
5/6/2019, Elizabeth Mertz, Law and Humanities
"What Do We Want!?"
4/8/2019, Rebecca Sandefur, Fordham Law Review
"The International Legal Complex: Wang Yu and the Global Response to Repression of China's Rights' Lawyer"
4/1/2019, Terence Halliday, The Legal Process and the Possibility of Justice: Research in the Tradition of Malcolm Feeley
"Constitutional Design and Territorial Cleavages"
4/1/2019, Tom Ginsburg, Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions
"From Catalonia to California: Secession in Constitutional Law"
3/27/2019, Tom Ginsburg, Alabama Law Review
"Law as a Sword, Law as a Shield: politically Liberal Lawyers and the Rule of Law in China"
3/19/2019, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, China Perspectives
"Empirical Legal Scholarship: Observations on Moving Forward"
3/17/2019, Shari Seidman Diamond, Northwestern University Law Review
"International Courts and Democratic Backsliding"
3/13/2019, Tom Ginsburg, Ecology Law Quarterly
“Governing Authoritarian Law: Law as Security"
2/7/2019, Jothie Rajah, The Limits of Authoritarian Governance in Singapore’s Developmental State
Legal Tech for Non-Lawyers: Report of the Survey of US Legal Technologies
1/27/2019, Rebecca Sandefur, American Bar Foundation, 2019
"Regulations, Public Attitudes, and Private Governance"
1/9/2019, Janice Nadler, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
"Stripping the False Premises from Civil Justice Problems"
2019, Rebecca Sandefur, Law 360
"A Dynamic Model of Health, Addiction, Education, and Wealth"
2019, John Hagan, James J. Heckman, Review of Economic Studies
"DRC's Contested Election: Constitutional Coup or Baby Step to Democracy?"
2019, Carol A. Heimer, TRT World
"Law, Politics, and Populism in the U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act"
2019, Jothie Rajah, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
"Governing Authoritarian Law: Law as Security"
2019, Jothie Rajah, Palgrave McMillan
"Introduction: Constitution-Making as Transnational Legal Ordering?"
2019, Terence Halliday, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
Cover of Speaking for the Dying: Life-and-Death Decisions in Intensive Care Speaking for the Dying: Life-and-Death Decisions in Intensive Care
2019, Susan P. Shapiro, University of Chicago Press
Authoritarian Rule of Law: Legislation, Discourse and Legitimacy in Singapore
2019, Jothie Rajah, (Cambridge University Press, Chinese translation, 2019)
“Authoritarian Rule of Law Amplified"
2019, Jothie Rajah, Authoritarian Rule of Law: Legislation, Discourse and Legitimacy in Singapore
“Cooper v. Aaron and Judicial Supremacy”
2019, Christopher Schmidt, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review
"Why Law’s Objects Do Not Disappear: On History as Remainder"
2019, Christopher L. Tomlins, The Routledge Research Handbook of Law & Theory
"Looking for Law in The Confessions of Nat Turner"
2019, Christopher L. Tomlins, Looking for Law in All the Wrong Places: Justice Beyond and Between
“Access to What?”
1/1/2019, Rebecca Sandefur, Daedalus, The Journal of the Academy of Arts and Sciences
Cover of How To Save A Constitutional Democracy How To Save A Constitutional Democracy
10/1/2018, Tom Ginsburg, University of Chicago Press
"Crimes of Terror, Counterterrorism, and the Unanticipated Consequences of a Militarized Incapacitation Strategy in Iraq"
9/2018, John Hagan, Social Forces
"A Dual-Process Theory of Racial Isolation, Legal Cynicism and Reported Crime"
6/2018, John Hagan, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Cover of The Criminalization of Black Children: Race, Gender, and Delinquency in Chicago’s Juvenile Justice System, 1899–1945 The Criminalization of Black Children: Race, Gender, and Delinquency in Chicago’s Juvenile Justice System, 1899–1945
4/9/2018, Tera Agyepong
Cover of The Sit-Ins: Protest and Legal Change in the Civil Rights Era The Sit-Ins: Protest and Legal Change in the Civil Rights Era
3/1/2018, Christopher Schmidt, The University of Chicago Press
“‘Those Who Are Used’: A Commentary on The Employee: A Political History, by Jean-Christian Vinel,”
2018, Christopher L. Tomlins, Labor History
"How To Lose A Constitutional Democracy"
2018, Tom Ginsburg, UCLA Law Review
"The Coming Demise of Liberal Constitutionalism?"
2018, Tom Ginsburg, University of Chicago Law Review
"The Cultural Evolution of National Constitutions"
2018, Tom Ginsburg, Journal for the Association of Information Science and Technology
"Constitutional Knowledge"
2018, Tom Ginsburg, KNOW: A Journal on the Formation of Knowledge
If You Build It, They Will Come: What Law Students Say About Experiential Learning (with David Thomson)
2018, Stephen Daniels, Florida A&M Law Review
The Perennial (and Stubborn) Challenge of Cost, Affordability, and Access in Legal Education: We Will Continue To Muddle Through
2018, Stephen Daniels, Legal Education Across Boundaries
Damage Caps and Access to Justice: Lessons from Texas (with Joanne Martin)
2018, Stephen Daniels, Oregon Law Review 365
“The Myth of the ‘Overtaxed’ American and the VAT That Never Was"
2018, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Modern American History
“‘Who Speaks for Tax Equity and Tax Fairness?’ The Emergence of the Organized Tax Bar and the Dilemmas of Professional Responsibility,” (with Joseph J. Thorndike)
2018, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Law & Contemporary Problems
Law School Climates: Job Satisfaction Among Tenured U.S. Law Professors
2018, Elizabeth Mertz, Law & Social Inquiry
Judge Richard Cudahy: Balanced Realism in Service of Justice
2018, Elizabeth Mertz, DePaul Law Review
New Legal Realism at Ten Years and More
2018, Bryant G. Garth, Elizabeth Mertz, UC Irvine Law Review
“Marxist Legal History,”
2018, Christopher L. Tomlins, The Oxford Handbook of Legal History
“Revulsions of Capital: The Political Economy of Slavery in the Epoch of the Turner Rebellion, Virginia, 1829-1832”
2018, Christopher L. Tomlins, American Capitalism: New Histories
Cover of Oxford Handbook of Legal History Oxford Handbook of Legal History
2018, Christopher L. Tomlins
Cover of Global Lawmakers: International Organizations in the Crafting of World Markets Global Lawmakers: International Organizations in the Crafting of World Markets
11/1/2017, Terence Halliday, Cambridge University Press
He Said, He Said: The Feminization of James Comey
6/10/2017, Bonnie Honig, Boston Review
Cover of Rights on Trial: How Workplace Discrimination Law Perpetuates Inequality Rights on Trial: How Workplace Discrimination Law Perpetuates Inequality
6/1/2017, Robert L. Nelson, Laura Beth Nielsen, The University of Chicago Press
The President’s House Is Empty
1/19/2017, Bonnie Honig, Boston Review
Public Things: Democracy in Despair
2017, Bonnie Honig, Fordham University Press
“Law As … IV: Minor Jurisprudence in Historical Key. An Introduction,”
2017, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law, Text, Culture
“Fiscal Forearms: Taxation as the Lifeblood of the Modern Liberal State,” in The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing the Complexities of Political Authority and Social Control, Kimberly Morgan and Ann Orloff (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017).
2017, Ajay K. Mehrotra, The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing the Complexities of Political Authority and Social Control,
“Corporate Taxation and the Regulation of Early Twentieth-Century American Business” (with Steven A. Bank) in The Corporation and American Democracy, eds. Naomi Lamoreaux and William Novak (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2017).
2017, Ajay K. Mehrotra, The Corporation and American Democracy
"Introduction to Symposium on Sovereignty, Cyberspace, and Talinn Manual 2.0"
2017, Tom Ginsburg, American Journal of International Law Unbound
Social Psychology and the Law
2017, Janice Nadler, OXFORD HANDBOOK OF LAW AND ECONOMICS
Expressive Law, Social Norms, and Social Groups
2017, Janice Nadler, LAW & SOCIAL INQUIRY
Urban Sustainability in an Age of Enduring Inequalities: Advancing Theory and Ecometrics for the 21st-Century
2017, Robert J. Sampson, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (Early online)
Cover of Searching for Contemporary Legal Thought Searching for Contemporary Legal Thought
2017, Christopher L. Tomlins
“Demonic Ambiguities: Enchantment and Disenchantment in Nat Turner’s Virginia,”
2017, Christopher L. Tomlins, Market Ethics and Practices, c.1300-1850
“The Work of Death: Massacre and Retribution in Southampton County, Virginia, August 1831,”
2017, Christopher L. Tomlins, Legal Violence and the Limits of the Law: Cruel and Unusual
“Of Origin: Toward a History of Contemporary Legal Thought,”
2017, Christopher L. Tomlins, Searching for Contemporary Legal Thought
“Introduction: Searching for Contemporary Legal Thought - History, Image, Structure,”
2017, Christopher L. Tomlins, Searching for Contemporary Legal Thought
“Afterword: Contemporary Legal Thought As …”
2017, Christopher L. Tomlins, Searching for Contemporary Legal Thought
Rule of Law Lineages: Heroes, Coffins, and Custom
2017, Jothie Rajah, Law, Culture and the Humanities
A Minor Jurisprudence of Spectacular War: Law As Eye in the Sky
2017, Jothie Rajah, Law Text Culture Vol 21
Cover of Criminal Defense in China: The Politics of Lawyers at Work Criminal Defense in China: The Politics of Lawyers at Work
11/1/2016, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, Cambridge University Press
Standing in Another’s Shoes: How Agents Make Life-and-Death Decisions for Their Principals
9/22/2016, Susan P. Shapiro, Academy of Management (AOM) Perspectives
Cover of Translating the Social World for Law Translating the Social World for Law
8/11/2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Cover of Assessing Constitutional Performance Assessing Constitutional Performance
8/1/2016, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
Cover of Las múltiples dimensiones del juicio por jurados Las múltiples dimensiones del juicio por jurados
8/1/2016, Shari Seidman Diamond, Ad Hoc
Cover of Diversity in Practice: Race, Gender, and Class in Legal and Professional Careers Diversity in Practice: Race, Gender, and Class in Legal and Professional Careers
6/30/2016, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Cambridge University Press Studies in Law and Society
Cover of The New Legal Realism: Translating Law-and-Society for Today The New Legal Realism: Translating Law-and-Society for Today's Legal Practice
5/3/2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Cambridge University Press
Cover of The New Legal Realism: Studying Law Globally The New Legal Realism: Studying Law Globally
5/3/2016, Carol A. Heimer, Elizabeth Mertz, Sida Liu, Cambridge University Press
Cover of Transnational Legal Orders Transnational Legal Orders
3/2016, Terence Halliday, Cambridge University Press
"Mapping the Ecology of China's Corporate Legal Sector: Globalization and Its Impact on Lawyers and Society"
2016, Sida Liu, Asian Journal of Law and Society
"The Ecology of Organizational Growth: Chinese Law Firms in the Age of Globalization"
2016, Sida Liu, American Journal of Sociology
Where Have All the Cases Gone? The Strange Success of Tort Reform Revisited (with Joanne Martin)
2016, Stephen Daniels, Emory Law Journal
Law as Record: the Death of Osama bin Laden
2016, Jothie Rajah, No Foundations: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Justice
“From Contested Concept to Cornerstone of Administrative Practice: Social Learning and the Early History of U.S. Tax Withholding,” 7 Columbia Journal of Tax Law 144-68 (2016).
2016, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Columbia Journal of Tax Law
“The Curious Beginnings of the Capital Gains Tax Preference,” (with Julia C. Ott) 84 Fordham Law Review 2517-36 (2016)
2016, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Fordham Law Review
Individual and Community Economic Mobility in the Great Recession Era: The Spatial Foundations of Persistent Inequality
2016, Robert J. Sampson, Economic Mobility: Research and Ideas on Strengthening Families, Communities and the Economy.
The Racial Ecology of Lead Poisoning: Toxic Inequality in Chicago Neighborhoods, 1995-2013
2016, Robert J. Sampson, DuBois Review: Social Science Research on Race 13:2
The Characterological Imperative: On Heckman, Humphries, and Kautz’s The Myth of Achievement Tests: The GED and the Role of Character in American Life.
2016, Robert J. Sampson, 54 Journal of Economic Literature 493
"Field and Ecology"
2016, Sida Liu, Sociological Theory
Women, Work, and Worship in Lincoln's Country: The Dumville Family Letters
2016, John P. Heinz, University of Illinois Press
Can You Get There from Here?
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Introduction: Translating Law and Social Science
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Introduction - New Legal Realism: Law and Social Science in the New Millennium
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Cambridge University Press
Combining Methods for a New Synthesis in Law and Empirical Research
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Cambridge University Press
“What We Know and Need to Know about ‘Access to Justice’ Research”
2016, Robert L. Nelson, With E. Chambliss & R. Newman Knake, 67 South Carolina Law Review 193
Symposium on Future of Legal Services
2016, Robert L. Nelson, With E. Chambliss & R. Newman Knake, eds., 67 South Carolina Law Review
"‘The Guilt of Fragile Sovereigns’: Tyranny, Intrigue, and Martyrdom in an Unchanging Regime (Virginia, 1829-32),”
2016, Christopher L. Tomlins, Critical Analysis of Law
“Organic Poise? Capitalism as Law,”
2016, Christopher L. Tomlins, Buffalo Law Review
Beyond Backlash: Conservatism and the Civil Rights Movement
2016, Christopher Schmidt, 56 American Journal of Legal History 179
The Civilizing Hand of Law”: Defending the Legal Process in the Civil Rights Era
2016, Christopher Schmidt, In Austin Sarat, ed., Rhetorical Process and Legal Judgments, Cambridge University Press
Legal History and the Problem of the Long Civil Rights Movement
2016, Christopher Schmidt, 41 Law & Social Inquiry 1081 (Review essay)
On Doctrinal Confusion: The Case of the State Action Doctrine
2016, Christopher Schmidt, 2016 BYU Law Review 575
“‘Be Operational or Disappear’: Thoughts on a Present Discontent,”
2016, Christopher L. Tomlins, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Historicism and Materiality in Legal Theory,”
2016, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law in Theory and History: New Essays on a Neglected Dialogue
“Debt, Death, and Redemption: Toward a Soterial-Legal History of the Turner Rebellion,”
2016, Christopher L. Tomlins, Exploring the Legal in Socio-Legal Studies
"The Living Will as Improvisation"
12/1/2015, Susan P. Shapiro, Bifocal: A Journal of the ABA Commission on Law and Aging
Immigration and America’s Urban Revival
7/2015, Robert J. Sampson, American Prospect
First Chairs at Trial: More Women Need Seats at the Table
7/2015, Robert L. Nelson, American Bar Association
Cover of Iraq and the Crimes of Aggressive War: The Legal Cynicism of Criminal Militarism Iraq and the Crimes of Aggressive War: The Legal Cynicism of Criminal Militarism
6/30/2015, John Hagan, Cambridge University Press Studies in Law and Society
Cover of Tort Reform, Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, and Access to Justice Tort Reform, Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, and Access to Justice
4/2015, Stephen Daniels, University Press of Kansas
"Crime: Whitecollar"
2015, Susan P. Shapiro, International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 5. Oxford: Elsevier
"Do Advance Directives Direct?"
2015, Susan P. Shapiro, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
“Advocates, Experts, and Suspects: Three Images of Lawyers in Chinese Media Reports”
2015, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, International Journal of the Legal Profession
“The Fall and Rise of Law and Social Science in China.”
2015, Sida Liu, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Boundary Work and Exchange: The Formation of a Professional Service Market”
2015, Sida Liu, Symbolic Interaction
“Law’s Social Forms: A Powerless Approach to the Sociology of Law”
2015, Sida Liu, Law & Social Inquiry
"Law's Metalinguistics: Silence, Speech, and Action."
2015, Elizabeth Mertz, Speaking of Language and Law: Conversations on the Work of Peter Tiersma, ed. L. Solan & Roger Shuy
“A Bridge Between: Law and the New Intellectual Histories of Capitalism,” 64 Buffalo Law Review 1-23 (2016)
2015, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Buffalo Law Review
Rule of Law Lineages: Heroes, Coffins, and Custom
2015, Jothie Rajah, Law, Culture, and the Humanities
Ecometrics in the Age of Big Data: Measuring and Assessing ‘Broken Windows’ Using Large-scale Administrative Records
2015, Robert J. Sampson, 45 Sociological Methodology 101
Compounded Deprivation in the Transition to Adulthood: The Intersection of Racial and Economic Inequality among Chicagoans, 1995-2013.
2015, Robert J. Sampson, 1 The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 35
Achieving the Middle Ground in an Age of Concentrated Extremes: Mixed Middle-Income Neighborhoods and Emerging Adulthood
2015, Robert J. Sampson, 660 ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 156
The Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Divide
2015, Christopher Schmidt, 12 University of Colorado Law Review 1
Divided by Law: The Sit-Ins and the Role of the Courts in the Civil Rights Movement
2015, Christopher Schmidt, 33 Law & History Review 93
Litigating Against the Civil Rights Movement
2015, Christopher Schmidt, 86 University of Colorado Law Review 1173
Cover of Introduction to Tribal Legal Studies (Third Edition) Introduction to Tribal Legal Studies (Third Edition)
2015, Justin Richland, Alta Mira Press
“Re-Interpreting Blackstone’s Commentaries,”
2015, Christopher L. Tomlins, Adelaide Law Review
“Arts and the Aesthetic in Legal History”
2015, Christopher L. Tomlins, Critical Analysis of Law
“Styron’s Nat: or, The Metaphysics of Presence,”
2015, Christopher L. Tomlins, Critical Analysis of Law
“Fierce and Critical Faith: A Remembrance of Penny Pether,”
2015, Christopher L. Tomlins, Villanova Law Review
“Dreaming of What Might Be,”
2015, Christopher L. Tomlins, Civil War Book Review
“Foreword. ‘Law As …’ III – Glossolalia: Toward a Minor (Historical) Jurisprudence,”
2015, Christopher L. Tomlins, U.C. Irvine Law Review
“The Presence and Absence of Legal Mind: A Commentary on Duncan Kennedy’s ‘Three Globalizations of Law and Legal Thought, 1850-2000,’”
2015, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law and Contemporary Problems
Cover of Judicial Reputation: A Comparative Theory Judicial Reputation: A Comparative Theory
2015, Tom Ginsburg, University of Chicago Press
Rule of Law as Transnational Legal Order
2015, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
Terence C. Halliday and Gregory Shaffer. 2015. “Transnational Legal Orders: A Theoretical Framing.” Chapter One in Terence C. Halliday and Gregory Shaffer (Eds), Transnational Legal Orders (Cambridge University Press), pp. 8-79.
12/1/2014, Terence Halliday
Terence C. Halliday and Gregory Shaffer (eds). 2015. Transnational Legal Orders. New York: Cambridge University Press.
12/1/2014, Terence Halliday
Terence C. Halliday and Gregory Shaffer. 2015. “Researching Transnational Legal Orders.” Chapter 14 in Terence C. Halliday and Gregory Shaffer (Eds), Transnational Legal Orders (Cambridge University Press).
12/1/2014, Terence Halliday
Block-Lieb and Halliday. 2015. “Settling and Concordance in Transnational Legal Orders: Corporate Bankruptcy Law and International Trade by Sea.” Halliday and Shaffer (Eds), Transnational Legal Orders (Cambridge University Press). Pp.80-110.
12/1/2014, Terence Halliday
Cover of Making the Modern American Fiscal State: Law, Politics, and the Rise of Progressive Taxation Making the Modern American Fiscal State: Law, Politics, and the Rise of Progressive Taxation
9/1/2014, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Cambridge University Press
Cover of Fates of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony: The Politics of the Legal Complex Fates of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony: The Politics of the Legal Complex
6/2014, Terence Halliday, Cambridge University Press
Flogging Gum: Cultural Imaginaries and Postcoloniality in Singapore’s Rule of Law
2014, Jothie Rajah, Law/Text/Culture
O direito pensante, o direito pensante em movimento, “Thinking Law, Thinking in Motion,
2014, Laura Beth Nielsen, Revista de Estudos Empíricos em Direito (REED).
“Charles A. Beard and the Columbia School of Political Economy: Revisiting the Intellectual Roots of the Beardian Thesis”
2014, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Constitutional Commentary
“The Effects of Imprisonment and Community Supervision on Political Participation”
2014, Traci Burch, 651 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 184
Review of Paul Kockelman, Agent, Person, Subject, Self: A Theory of Ontology, Interaction, and Infrastructure (Oxford U. Press).
2014, Elizabeth Mertz, American Anthropologist 116(3): 682-83
After the JD III: Third Results from a National Study of Legal Careers (with R. Dinovitzer, B. Garth, G. Plickert, R. Sandefur, J. Sterling & D. Wilkins (American Bar Foundation and NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education, 2014)
2014, Bryant G. Garth, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Rebecca Sandefur, American Bar Foundation and NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education
The Face of Access to Justice: Diversity, Debt and Aspiration among American Lawyers in Early Career
2014, Rebecca Sandefur, Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession 2014 Review: The State of Diversity and Inclusion in
Accessing Justice in the Contemporary USA: Findings from the Community Needs and Services Study
2014, Rebecca Sandefur, American Bar Foundation
Unpacking Client Capture: Evidence from Corporate Law Firms
2014, Ronit Dinovitzer, 1 Journal of Professions and Organization 99
Progressive Law vs. the Critique of Law and Development: Strategies of Double Agency Revisited
2014, Bryant G. Garth, Routledge
"Constitutional Islamization and Human Rights: The Surprising Origin and Spread of Islamic Supremacy in Constitutions"
2014, Tom Ginsburg, Virginia Journal of International Law
Libertarian Paternalism, Path Dependence, and Temporary Law
2014, Tom Ginsburg, 291 University of Chicago Law Review 359
Constitute: The World’s Constitutions to Read, Search and Compare
2014, Tom Ginsburg, Web Semantics
Editor (with R. Peerenboom), Law and Development in Middle Income Countries: Avoiding the Middle Income Trap
2014, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
Editor (with A. Simpser), Constitutions in Authoritarian Regimes
2014, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
"Gendered Genocide: The Socially Destructive Process of Genocidal Rape, Killing, and Displacement in Darfur"
2014, John Hagan, Law & Society Review
"Punishment and Support Regimes and the Multi-Level Effects of Parental Imprisonment: Inter-institutional, Inter-generational and Inter-sectional Models of Inequality and Exclusion"
2014, John Hagan, Annual Review of Sociology
"Making Punishment Pay: The Political Economy of Revenue, Race and Regime in the California Prison Boom"
2014, John Hagan, DuBois Review
"Maternal and Paternal Imprisonment and Children’s Social Exclusion in Adulthood"
2014, John Hagan, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology
"Supportive Ties in the Lives of Incarcerated Women: Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Children’s Human Rights"
2014, John Hagan, Iowa Journal of Gender, Race, and Justice
Global Surveillance of Dirty Money: Assessing Assessments Of Regimes To Control Money-Laundering And Combat The Financing Of Terrorism
2014, Terence Halliday, Final Report To International Monetary Fund
Colonizing the Clinic: The Adventures of Law in HIV Treatment and Research
2014, Carol A. Heimer, Cambridge University Press
"The Trial of Li Zhuang: Chinese Lawyers’ Collective Action against Populism"
2014, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, Asian Journal of Law and Society
“Migration and Social Structure: The Spatial Mobility of Chinese Lawyers”
2014, Sida Liu, Law & Policy
The Path of Motivated Blame and the Complexities of Intent
2014, Janice Nadler, 25 PSYCHOLOGICAL INQUIRY 222
Sinister Translations: Law’s Authority in a Post-9/11 World
2014, Jothie Rajah, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
Of Masks and Absences: Cause Lawyering in Singapore
2014, Jothie Rajah, Wisconsin International Law Journal
Language-and-Law Scholarship: An Interdisciplinary Conversation and a Post-9/11 Example (Mertz & Rajah)
2014, Elizabeth Mertz, Jothie Rajah, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“The Confessions of Nat Turner: A Paratextual Analysis,”
2014, Christopher L. Tomlins, law&history
“Foreword: ‘Law As …’ II. History as Interface for the Interdisciplinary Study of Law,”
2014, Christopher L. Tomlins, UC Irvine Law Review
“Demonic Ambiguities: Enchantment and Disenchantment in Nat Turner’s Virginia,”
2014, Christopher L. Tomlins, UC Irvine Law Review
“Bucking the Party Line: Calavita’s Invitation to Law and Society,”
2014, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law & Social Inquiry
New York Times v. Sullivan and the Legal Attack on the Civil Rights Movement
2014, Christopher Schmidt, 66 Alabama Law Review 293
The Challenge of Supreme Court Biography: The Case of Chief Justice Rehnquist
2014, Christopher Schmidt, 29 Constitutional Commentary 271
The Resilience of Federalism
2014, Christopher Schmidt, 91 Denver University Law Review 191
“Embedded Experts on Real Juries: A Delicate Balance"
2014, Shari Seidman Diamond, William & Mary Law Review
Analyzing Carnegie’s Reach: The Contingent Nature of Innovation (with Martin Katz and William Sullivan)
2014, Stephen Daniels, Journal of Legal Education
“The Effects of Imprisonment and Community Supervision on Political Participation”
2014, Traci Burch, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
“American Legal History: Teaching Law Students as if they were Graduate Students,”
2014, Christopher L. Tomlins, Teaching Legal History: Comparative Perspectives
Funding the Cause: How Public Interest Law Organizations Fund their Activities and Why it Matters for Social Change
1/1/2014, Laura Beth Nielsen, Law and Social Inquiry
“In the Belly of the Beast: Black Policemen Combat Police Brutality in Chicago, 1968-1983”
9/1/2013, Tera Agyepong
Cover of Trading Democracy for Justice: Criminal Convictions and the Decline of Neighborhood Political Participation Trading Democracy for Justice: Criminal Convictions and the Decline of Neighborhood Political Participation
8/2013, Traci Burch, University of Chicago Press
“Aberrant Sexualities and Racialized Masculinazation: Race, Gender, and the Criminalization of African American Girls at the Illinois Industrial School for Girls at Geneva, 1896-1935”
6/1/2013, Tera Agyepong
“The Color of Glass: The Career Progress of Men and Women of Color in Private Law Firms” (with M. Payne-Pikus & J. Hagan)
3/14/2013, John Hagan, Robert L. Nelson, Research Brief prepared for Diversity and Flexibility Alliance Conference
“What Can Be Done To Improve Struggling High Schools?” (with J. Berry, E. Robertson and S. Sadoff)
2013, Steven D. Levitt, 27 The Journal of Economic Perspectives 133
“Testing for racial differences in the mental ability of young children” (with G. R. Fryer, Jr.)
2013, Steven D. Levitt, 103 The American Economic Review 981
“Is Texas Hold'Em a Game of Chance? A Legal and Economic Analysis” (with T. Miles & A. Rosenfield)
2013, Steven D. Levitt, 101 Georgetown Law Journal 581
Resilience in the Middle: Contributions of Regulated Organizations to Regulatory Success
2013, Carol A. Heimer, 649 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 139
Improving the Lives of Individuals in Financial Distress Using a Randomized Control Trial: A Research and Clinical Approach
2013, Rebecca Sandefur, 20 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy 449
Paths to Justice – A Past, Present and Future Roadmap
2013, Rebecca Sandefur, Nuffield Foundation
"New Legal Realism and the Empirical Turn in Law" (Macaulay & Mertz)
2013, Elizabeth Mertz, Introduction to Law & Social Theory (eds. R. Banakar & M. Travers), 195-210. Oxford: Hart Pub.
“Introduction: Jane Larson’s Sociological Jurisprudence”
2013, Elizabeth Mertz, 28 Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender, and Society
“Why Broccoli? Limiting Principles and Popular Constitutionalism in the Health Care Decision” (with M. Rosen)
2013, Christopher Schmidt, 61 UCLA Law Review
“Explaining the Baseball Revolution”
2013, Christopher Schmidt, 45 Arizona State Law Journal
“Beyond the Opinion: Supreme Court Justices and Extrajudicial Speech”
2013, Christopher Schmidt, 88 Chicago-Kent Law Review 487
“Introduction: The Supreme Court and the American Public” (with C. Shapiro)
2013, Christopher Schmidt, 88 Chicago-Kent Law Review 287
“American Legal History, 1920-1970,” in A. Brophy & S. Hadden, eds.
2013, Christopher Schmidt, Blackwell Companion to American Legal History
"Defending the Right to Discriminate: The Libertarian Challenge to the Civil Rights Movement," in S. Hadden & . Minter eds.
2013, Christopher Schmidt, Signposts: New Directions in Southern Legal History
“Law ‘and’, Law ‘in’, Law ‘as’: The Definition, Rejection and Recuperation of the Socio-Legal Enterprise,”
2013, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law In Context
“Animals Accurs’d: Ferae Naturae and the Law of Property in Nineteenth Century North America,”
2013, Christopher L. Tomlins, University of Toronto Law Journal
“The State, the Unions, and the Critical Synthesis in Labor Law History: A 25-year Retrospect,”
2013, Christopher L. Tomlins, Labor Histor
“The Legal Profession as a Social Process: A Theory on Lawyers and Globalization”
2013, Sida Liu, Law & Social Inquiry
“Expanding the Empirical Study of Access to Justice.” (with Catherine R. Albiston)
2013, Rebecca Sandefur, Wisconsin Law Review
"Beyond the Numbers: What We Know – and Should Know – About American Pro Bono" (with Scott L. Cummings)
2013, Rebecca Sandefur, Harvard Law and Policy Review
Hypotheticals (with J. Bowers), e-supplement for Lee Epstein and Thomas Walker, Constitutional Law for a Changing American, 8th ed.
2013, Stephen Daniels, CQ Press
“Perceived Danger and Offending: Exploring the Links between Violent Victimization and Street Crime” (with F. Tyler & B. McCarthy
2013, John Hagan, 28 Violence and Victims 16
“It’s Political: Reframing Sociological Criminology”
2013, John Hagan, 42 Contemporary Sociology 687
“Who Governs? Delegations in Global Trade Lawmaking” (with J. Pacewicz & S. Block-Lieb)
2013, Terence Halliday, 7 Regulation and Governance 279
“Global Duelists: The Recursive Politics of the Text in International Commercial Law” (with S. Block-Lieb)
2013, Terence Halliday, Routledge
“Optimism Bias and Buyers’ Remorse? Law School Hierarchy, Access to the Rewards of Corporate Practice, and the Desirability of a Lawyer Career” (with B. Garth & J. Sterling)
2013, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, Journal of Legal Education
“Elite European lawyers? The Common Market as new Golden Age or Missed Opportunity” (with Y. Dezalay), in N. Kauppi & M. Madsen, eds., Transnational Power Elites: The European Complex in the Global Field of Power
2013, Bryant G. Garth, Routledge
“Why Do Countries Adopt Constitutional Review?”
2013, Tom Ginsburg, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization
“The South African Constitutional Court and socio-economic rights as ‘insurance swaps’”
2013, Tom Ginsburg, 11 South Africa Constitutional Court Review 1
“When to Overthrow your Government: The Right to Resist in the World’s Constitutions” (with D. Lansberg-Rodriguez & M. Versteeg)
2013, Tom Ginsburg, 60 UCLA Law Review 1184
Editor (with H. Scheiber), "The Japanese Legal System: an Era of Transition"
2013, Tom Ginsburg, Robbins Collection Publishers
“The Judicialization of Japanese Politics?” (with T. Matsudaira)
2013, Tom Ginsburg, Robbins Collection Publishers
Editor (with S. Ali), "International Commercial Arbitration in Asia"
2013, Tom Ginsburg, Juris Publishing
“Getting to Rights: Treaty Ratification, Constitutional Convergence, and Human Rights Practice" (with Z. Elkins & B. Simmons)
2013, Tom Ginsburg, 51 Harvard International Law Journal 201
“Failed Governance: A Comment on Baker and Griffith’s Ensuring Corporate Misconduct”
2013, Carol A. Heimer, Law and Social Inquiry
"Race and Representation: Racial Disparities in Legal Representation for Employment Civil Rights Plaintiffs"
12/1/2012, Robert L. Nelson, Laura Beth Nielsen, New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy
“Conflict of Interest at the Bedside: Surrogate Decision Making at the End of Life”
12/1/2012, Susan P. Shapiro, Conflict of Interest in Global, Public and Corporate Governance
"The Grammar of Trust"
12/1/2012, Susan P. Shapiro, In New Perspectives on Emotions in Finance: The Sociology of Confidence, Fear and Betayal
"Advance Directives: The Elusive Goal of Having the Last Word"
10/17/2012, Susan P. Shapiro, Journal of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Law, Illiberalism and the Singapore Case
6/5/2012, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
Great American City: Chicago and the Enduring Neighborhood Effect
6/2012, Robert J. Sampson, University of Chicago Press
Don't Shut the Golden Door: The Beneficial Impact of Immigration
6/2012, Robert J. Sampson, New York Times
Immigration and the Changing Social Fabric of American Cities
5/2012, Robert J. Sampson, 641 ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science - Sage Publications
Cover of Fates of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony Fates of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony
4/2012, Terence Halliday, Cambridge University Press
"Situated Justice: A Contextual Analysis of Fairness and Inequality in Employment Discrimination Litigation"
3/2012, Laura Beth Nielsen, Law & Society Review
"Examining Empathy: Discrimination, Experience, and Judicial Decisionmaking"
1/28/2012, Laura Beth Nielsen, University of Southern California Law Review
Review of James R. Maxeiner with Gyooho Lee and Armin Weber, Failures of American Civil Justice in International Perspective
2012, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
Plaintiffs’ Lawyers and the Tension between Professional Norms and the Need to Generate Business (with Joanne Martin)
2012, Stephen Daniels, L. Levin & L. Mather, eds., Lawyers in Practice: Ethical Decision-Making in Context
“Homeland Tourism, Emotion, and Identity Labor”
2012, Ronit Dinovitzer, Du Bois Review
“Did Disfranchisement Laws Help Elect President Bush? New Evidence on the Turnout and Party Registration of Florida’s Ex-Felons"
2012, Traci Burch, Political Behavior
“Who Sings in the Heavenly Chorus? The Shape of the Organized Interest System”
2012, Traci Burch, The Unheavenly Chorus
“Political Voice through Organized Interest Activity”
2012, Traci Burch, The Unheavenly Chorus
"Transforming the American Racial Order", editor with J. Hochschild & V. Weaver
2012, Traci Burch, Princeton University Press
"Trademark and Deceptive Advertising Surveys: Law, Science, and Design" (editor,with J. B. Swann)
2012, Shari Seidman Diamond, American Bar Association
“Surveys in Modern Litigation Involving Trademarks and Deceptive Advertising”
2012, Shari Seidman Diamond, American Bar Association
“Surveys in Dilution Cases II”
2012, Shari Seidman Diamond, American Bar Association
“Control Foundations: Rationales & Approaches”
2012, Shari Seidman Diamond, American Bar Association
“Internet Surveys for Evaluating Trademark Infringement and Deceptive Advertising”
2012, Shari Seidman Diamond, American Bar Association
“Thoughts on Total Justice”
2012, Shari Seidman Diamond, Quinnipiac Law Review
“Selected to Serve: An Analysis of Lifetime Jury Participation”
2012, Shari Seidman Diamond, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Moral Character, Motive, and the Psychology of Blame
2012, Janice Nadler, Cornell Law Review
Cover of Authoritarian Rule of Law: Legislation, Discourse and Legitimacy in Singapore Authoritarian Rule of Law: Legislation, Discourse and Legitimacy in Singapore
2012, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
Lawyers, Politics, and Publics: State Management of Lawyers and Legitimacy in Singapore
2012, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
“Money Isn’t Everything: Understanding Moderate Income Households’ Use of Lawyers’ Services.”
2012, Rebecca Sandefur, In Middle Income Access to Justice, edited by Anthony Duggan, Lorne Sossin and Michael Trebilcock.
“Republican Law”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Oxford University Press
“After Critical Legal History: Scope, Scale, Structure”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Effects of Scale: Toward a History of the Literature of Law”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Hart Publishing
“Freedom Bound (A Response to Readers)”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law & Society Review
“What is Left of the Law and Society Paradigm After Critique? Revisiting Gordon’s ‘Critical Legal Histories’”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law and Social Inquiry
“Comments on Law & Versteeg’s ‘The Declining Influence of the United States Constitution’ ” (with Z. Elkins & J. Melton)
2012, Tom Ginsburg, 87 New York University Law Review 2088
“Constitutionalism: East Asian Antecedents”
2012, Tom Ginsburg, 88 Chicago Kent Law Review 11
“On the Interpretability of Law: Lessons from the Decoding of National Constitutions" (with J. Melton, Z. Elkins & K. Leetaru)
2012, Tom Ginsburg, British Journal of Political Science
Editor (with L. Karpik & M. Feeley), "The Fates of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony: The Politics of the Legal Complex"
2012, Terence Halliday, Cambridge University Press
"Palace Wars over Professional Regulation: In-House Counsel in Chinese State-Owned Enterprises"
2012, Sida Liu, Wisconsin Law Review
“Performing Regulation: Transcending Regulatory Ritualism in HIV Clinics”
2012, Carol A. Heimer, Law and Society Review
“Inert Facts and the Illusion of Knowledge: Strategic Uses of Ignorance in HIV Clinics”
2012, Carol A. Heimer, Economy and Society
“The Plight of Mixed-race Adolescents”
2012, Steven D. Levitt, Review of Economics and Statistics
“Is It Fair? Law Professors’ Perceptions of Tenure” (with K. Barnes)
2012, Elizabeth Mertz, 61 Journal of Legal Education 511
“Comparative Anthropology of Law”
2012, Elizabeth Mertz, Comparative Law and Society
“Semiotics”
2012, Elizabeth Mertz, Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Sage
Blaming As a Social Process: The Influence of Character and Moral Emotion on Blame
2012, Janice Nadler, Law & Contemporary Problems
“The Language of Consent in Police Encounters”
2012, Janice Nadler, Oxford Handbook on Law and Language, Oxford University Press
“Corporate Law Firms, NGOs, and Issues of Legitimacy for a Global Legal Order”
2012, Bryant G. Garth, Fordham Law Review
“Introduction: Symposium on Exploring Power, Agency & Action in a World of Moving Frontiers”
2012, Bryant G. Garth, Southwestern Law Review
"Comparative Constitutional Design"
2012, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
"Courts and Democracies: A Review Essay"
2012, Tom Ginsburg, Law and Social Inquiry
"Constitutional Law and Courts"
2012, Tom Ginsburg, Edward Elgar Publishing
"The Judicialization of Japanese Politics"
2012, Tom Ginsburg, Routledge
"The Empirical Turn in International Legal Scholarship"
2012, Tom Ginsburg, American Journal of International Law
"Lawrence M. Friedman’s Comparative Law, with Notes on Japan"
2012, Tom Ginsburg, Wiley, Simmonds and Hill
“Atrocity Crimes and the Costs of Economic Conflict Crimes in the Battle for Baghdad and Iraq”
2012, John Hagan, European Journal of Criminology
“Children of the American Prison Generation: Student and School Spillover Effect of Incarcerating Mothers”
2012, John Hagan, Law & Society Review
“Intergenerational Educational Effects of Mass Imprisonment in America”
2012, John Hagan, Sociology of Education
“Race, Land, and Forced Migration in Darfur”
2012, John Hagan, New York University Press
“Fighting Human Trafficking or Instituting Totalitarian Control? The Political Co-optation of Human Rights Protection in Belarus”
2012, John Hagan, Governance by Indicators: Global Power through Quantification and Rankings, Oxford University Press
“Legal Yardsticks: International Financial Institutions as Diagnosticians and Designers of the Law of Nations”
2012, Terence Halliday, Governance by Indicators: Global Power through Quantification and Rankings, Oxford University Press
“Colonialism’s Legacies: Variations on the Theme of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony”
2012, Terence Halliday, Cambridge University Press
“Architects of the State: International Organizations and the Reconstruction of States in East Asia”
2012, Terence Halliday, Law and Social Inquiry
“Missing Debtors: National Lawmaking and Global Norm-Making of Corporate Bankruptcy Regimes”
2012, Terence Halliday, Oxford University Press
The Gulf between Promise and Claim: Understanding International Law’s Failure to Decolonise
2012, Jothie Rajah, 3 Transnational Legal Theory 285
“The Learning Process of Globalization: How Chinese Law Firms Survived the Financial Crisis”
2012, Sida Liu, Fordham Law Review
Review of "A Nation within a Nation: Organizing African-American Communities before the Civil War"
2012, Dylan C. Penningroth, 9 Journal of American History 591
Review of Christopher Bonastia, "Southern Stalemate: Five Years without Public Education in Prince Edward County, Virginia"
2012, Christopher Schmidt, Journal of American Studies
"Social Movements, Legal Change, and the Challenges of Writing Legal History"
2012, Christopher Schmidt, Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc
"Law and Society"
2012, Christopher Schmidt, Oxford Encyclopedia of American Social History
Review of Kenneth W. Mack, "Representing the Race: The Creation of the Civil Rights Lawyer"
2012, Christopher Schmidt, 30 Law and History Review 927
"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
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
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
Social Science and the First Apprenticeship: Moving the Intellectual Misson of Law Schools Forward
2011, Elizabeth Mertz, Journal of the Legal Writing Institute
"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
“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
“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
“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
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
“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
“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
“‘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
"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
“Freedom Bound: A Response to Readers,”
2011, Christopher L. Tomlins, William and Mary Quarterly
“The Consumption of History in the Legal Academy: Science and Synthesis – Perils and Prospects,”
2011, Christopher L. Tomlins, Journal of Legal Education
“The Two Faces of American Freedom,”
2011, Christopher L. Tomlins, _Humanities and Social Sciences on Line
“What Would Langdell Have Thought? UC Irvine’s New Law School and the Question of History,”
2011, Christopher L. Tomlins, UC Irvine Law Review
"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
[Mertz & Goodale] Comparative Anthropology of Law.
1/1/2011, Elizabeth Mertz, Comparative Law and Society, D. Clark, ed. (Edward Elgar Publishing)
"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
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10/27/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge University Press
“Toward a Materialist Jurisprudence”
9/30/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, Harvard University Press
"Children Left Behind Bars: Sullivan, Graham, and Juvenile Life without Parole Sentences"
9/1/2010, Tera Agyepong, Northwestern University School of Law’s Journal of International Human Rights
“The Public Control of Corporate Power: Revisiting the 1909 U.S. Corporate Tax from a Comparative Perspective”
7/2010, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Theoretical Inquiries in Law
"Individual Justice or Collective Legal Mobilization? Employment Discrimination Litigation in the Post-Civil Rights United States"
6/2010, Robert L. Nelson, Laura Beth Nielsen, Ryon Lancaster, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
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5/1/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, in James M. Banner, ed., American History Today (Boston: Bedford/St.Martin’s), 78-89.
“The Inception of Modern Professional Education: C.C. Langdell, 1826-1906,” [Review Essay]
5/1/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, Journal of Legal Education, 59, 4, 657-67.
Book Review, “Lawyers of the Right: Professionalizing the Conservative Coalition." with Jill Weinberg
2010, Laura Beth Nielsen, Journal of Legal Education
[Suchman & Mertz] Toward a New Legal Empiricism: Empirical Legal Studies and New Legal Realism.
2010, Elizabeth Mertz, Annual Review of Law & Social Science, Vol. 6: 555-579
"The Politics of Courts in Democratization"
2010, Tom Ginsburg, Routledge-Cavendish
"Efficiency and Cost: The Impact of Videoconferenced Hearings on Bail Decisions"
2010, Shari Seidman Diamond, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology
It is No Longer Viable from a Practical and Business Standpoint: Damage Caps, ‘Hidden Victims,’ and the Declining Interest in Medical Malpractice Cases (with Joanne Martin)
2010, Stephen Daniels, International Journal of the Legal Profession
“The Unstable Alliance of Law and Morality”
2010, Carol A. Heimer, Handbook of the Sociology of Morality
“Bureaucratic Ethics: IRBs and the Legal Regulation of Human Subjects Research”
2010, Carol A. Heimer, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
"Who Are The Criminals? The Politics of Crime Policy from the Age of Roosevelt to the Age of Reagan"
2010, John Hagan, Princeton University Press
"The Language of Consent in Police Encounters"
2010, Janice Nadler, Oxford Handbook of Linguistics and Law
“Editor’s Introductions” [33:1--Anthropology at Many Crossroads; 33:1S; (Mertz & Bowie)--Disciplinary Edges; 33:2 (Mertz & Timmer) Getting It Done: Ethnographic Perspectives on NGOS]
2010, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review Vol. 33, Nos. 1 & 2 & Supp.
"American Economic Development, Managerial Corporate Capitalism, and the Institutional Foundations of the Modern Income Tax"
2010, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Law & Contemporary Problems
“History Lessons,”
2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, Perspectives on History: Newsmagazine of the American Historical Association
"Achieving Diversity of the Jury: Jury Size and the Peremptory Challenge"
9/30/2009, Shari Seidman Diamond, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
“Not that into You”
9/1/2009, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, American Lawyer
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7/28/2009, James J. Heckman, Robert L. Nelson, Book
The Moynihan Report Revisited: Lessons and Reflections afer Four Decades
1/2009, Robert J. Sampson, ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science - Sage Publication
Southeast Asian Hindu Law
2009, Jothie Rajah, Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History
Muddling through Methodology
2009, Jothie Rajah, Sortuz: Oñati Journal of Emergent Socio-Legal Studies
The New Fiscal Sociology: Taxation in Comparative and Historical Perspective
2009, Ajay K. Mehrotra, Cambridge University Press, 2009
“Writing Slavery’s History”
2009, Dylan C. Penningroth, 23 Organization of American Historians Magazine of History 13
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2009, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
Disparity and Diversity in the Contemporary City: Social (Dis)Order Revisited
2009, Robert J. Sampson, 60 British Journal of Sociology 1
Spatial Heterogeneity In the Effects of Immigration and Diversity on Neighborhood Homicide Rates
2009, Robert J. Sampson, 13 Homicide Studies 242
“Comment: A Revival of Access-to-Justice Research” in Symposium on “Access to Justice,”
2009, Bryant G. Garth, Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance
“Editor’s Introductions" [32:1--Translating Anthropology/The New Anthropology of Crime; 32:2 --Law’s Ambivalent Role: NGOs and Indigenous Land Rights]
2009, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review Vol. 32, Nos. 1 & 2
“Are We There Yet? Empirical Research and the Predicted Demise of Large Law Firms: An Introductory Essay”
2009, Robert L. Nelson, The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics
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2009, Robert L. Nelson, Ronit Dinovitzer, Gabriele Plickert, American Bar Foundation and The NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education
“Recursivity of Global Normmaking: A Sociolegal Agenda”
2009, Terence Halliday, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Recursivity in Legal Change: Lawyers and Reforms of China’s Criminal Procedure Law”
2009, Terence Halliday, Law and Social Inquiry
“The Fight for Basic Legal Freedoms: Mobilization by the Legal Complex”
2009, Terence Halliday, Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law
“Rehabilitating Korea’s Corporate Insolvency Regime, 1992–2007”
2009, Terence Halliday, Pushing Back on Globalization
“Biographies, Legal Cases and Political Transitions”
2009, Carol A. Heimer, Hart Publishing
“The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Teen Childbearing”
2009, Steven D. Levitt, American Law and Economics Review
"Can the New Commander-In-Chief Sustain His All Volunteer Standing Army?"
2009, Traci Burch, The Dubois Review: Social Science Research on Race
Review of Wayne McIntosh & Cynthia Cates, Multi-Party Litigation: The Strategic Context
2009, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
“Offstage Behavior: Real Jurors’ Scrutiny of Non-testimonial Conduct”
2009, Shari Seidman Diamond, DePaul Law Review
"Derechos Humanos y Filanthropia Hegemonica"
2009, Bryant G. Garth, Etnografias Contemporaneas
“Transplants and Timing: Passages in the Creation of an Anglo-American Law of Slavery”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Theoretical Inquiries in Law
“Revolutionary Justice in Brecht, Conrad and Blake”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law and Literature
“The Strait Gate: The Past, History and Legal Scholarship”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law, Culture and the Humanities
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2009, Terence Halliday, Stanford University Press
“American Politics and the Not-So-Benign Neglect of Criminal Justice”
2009, Traci Burch, Routledge
“Political Voice in an Age of Inequality”
2009, Traci Burch, University of Michigan Press
“Law, Psychology & Morality”
2009, Janice Nadler, Academic Press
“Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law: A Preface and an Introduction”
2009, James J. Heckman, Robert L. Nelson, Routledge-Cavendish
"Eminent Domain and the Psychology of Property Rights: Proposed Use, Subjective Attachment, and Taker Identity"
2009, Shari Seidman Diamond, Janice Nadler, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Cover of Darfur and the Crime of Genocide Darfur and the Crime of Genocide
2009, John Hagan, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Studies in Law and Society
“The Mass Incarceration of American Parents: Issues of Race/Ethnicity, Collateral Consequences, and Prisoner Re-entry”
2009, John Hagan, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
“The Symbolic Violence of the Crime-Immigration Nexus: Mobility Mythologies in the Americas”
2009, John Hagan, Ronit Dinovitzer, Crime Prevention and Policy
Legal Services for the Poor: Access, Self-Interest and Pro Bono (with Joanne Martin)
2009, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, Rebecca Sandefur, ed., Access to Justice
"Recursivity in Legal Change: Lawyers and Reforms of China's Criminal Procedure Law"
2009, Terence Halliday, Sida Liu, Law & Social Inquiry
"Contesting Workplace Discrimination in Courts: Characteristics and Outcomes of Federal Employment Discrimination in Courts 1987-2003"
10/29/2008, Robert L. Nelson, Laura Beth Nielsen, Ryon Lancaster, Report
"Consent to Sex:The Liberal Paradigm Reformulated"
3/4/2008, Laura Beth Nielsen, The Journal of Political Philosophy
"Globalization as Boundary-Blurring: International and Local Law Firms in China's Corporate Law Market"
2008, Sida Liu, Law & Society Review
The Role of Social Science in Law
2008, Elizabeth Mertz, Ashgate
“Necessities of State: Police, Sovereignty and the Constitution”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Journal of Policy History
Coordinating in the Shadow of the Law: Two Contextualized Tests of the Focal Point Theory of Legal Compliance
2008, Janice Nadler, Law & Society Review
Moral Spillovers: The Effect of Moral Mandate Violations on Deviant Behavior
2008, Janice Nadler, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
"Trademark Dilution: Of Fame, Blurring, and Sealing Wax, with a Touch of Judicial Wisdom"
2008, Shari Seidman Diamond, Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Journal
"Preferences for Juries over Judges across Racial and Ethnic Groups"
2008, Shari Seidman Diamond, Social Science Quarterly
"Jury Decisions Versus Judges’ Decisions"
2008, Shari Seidman Diamond, Sage
“The Collective Dynamics of Racial Dehumanization and Genocidal Victimization in Darfur”
2008, John Hagan, American Sociological Review
“Growing Up Fast: Stress Exposure and Subjective Weathering in Emerging Adulthood”
2008, John Hagan, Journal of Health and Social Behavior
“How Law Rules: Torture, Terror, and the Normative Judgments of Iraqi Judges”
2008, John Hagan, Law and Society Review
“The Unaccountable Genocide: A Case Study of the Roles of the U.S. State Department and U.S. Government Accountability Office in Calculating the Darfur Death Toll”
2008, John Hagan, Intersentia
"Review of Kieran Healy, Last Best Gifts: Altruism and the Market for Human Blood and Organs"
2008, Carol A. Heimer, Contemporary Sociology
"Review of Eileen Stillwaggon, AIDS and the Ecology of Poverty"
2008, Carol A. Heimer, American Journal of Sociology
“Exploring the Impact of Financial Incentives on Stereotype Threat: Evidence from a Pilot Study”
2008, Steven D. Levitt, Papers and Proceedings
“Antitrust Implications of Home Seller Outcomes when using Flat-Fee Real Estate Agents”
2008, Steven D. Levitt, Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Economics
“Market Distortions when Agents are Better Informed: The Value of Information in Real Estate Transactions”
2008, Steven D. Levitt, Review of Economics and Statistics
“Economics: Homo Economicus Evolves”
2008, Steven D. Levitt, Science
“Measurement Error, Legalized Abortion, and the Decline in Crime: A Response to Foote and Goetz”
2008, Steven D. Levitt, Politics & the Life Sciences
“Introduction: Toward a Systematic Translation of Law and Social Science”
2008, Elizabeth Mertz, Ashgate
“Verdict in on Jury Deliberations”
2008, Shari Seidman Diamond, The Young Lawyer
“From the Foreign Policy Establishment to the Legalization of Foreign Policy”
2008, Bryant G. Garth, Cambridge University Press
“The Globalization of Law”
2008, Bryant G. Garth, Oxford University Press
“L’imperialism moral: Les jurists et imperialisme americain; (Philippines, Indonesia)”
2008, Bryant G. Garth
“Divergent Paths: Conflicting Conceptions of Employment Discrimination in Law and the Social Sciences”
2008, Robert L. Nelson, Laura Beth Nielsen, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
Review of Sarah Jain, Injury: The Politics of Product Design and Safety Law in the United States
2008, Stephen Daniels, Law & Society Review
“Evidence that Seat Belts Are as Effective as Child Safety Seats in Preventing Death for Children”
2008, Steven D. Levitt, The Review of Economics and Statistics
“Editor’s Introductions” [31:2--Studying the Trial]
2008, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review
"Government Takings of Private Property: Kelo and the Perfect Storm"
2008, Shari Seidman Diamond, Janice Nadler, Oxford University Press
“African American Divorce in Virginia and Washington, D.C., 1865-1930”
2008, Dylan C. Penningroth, Journal of Family History
“Editor’s Preface: The Cambridge History of Law in America”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge History of Law in America
“Law, Population, Labor”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge History of Law in America
“Law and History”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Oxford University Press
“The Supreme Sovereignty of the State: A Genealogy of Police in American Constitutional Law, from the Founding Era to Lochner”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Stanford University Press
“Constellations of Class in North America and the Atlantic World”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, University of Pennsylvania Press,
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Volume 1, Early America (1580–1815); Volume 2, The Long Nineteenth Century (1789–1920); Volume 3, The Twentieth Century and After (1920–) The Cambridge History of Law in America (3 vol.s) Volume 1, Early America (1580–1815); Volume 2, The Long Nineteenth Century (1789–1920); Volume 3, The Twentieth Century and After (1920–)
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge University Press
“The Disturbing Case of the British Standards Advertising Association, the New York Times, and the State Department’s Low Estimate of the Death Toll in Darfur”
2008, John Hagan, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
“The Criminology of Genocide: The Death and Rape of Darfur”
2008, John Hagan, Ashgate
Cover of Fighting for Political Freedom: Comparative Studies of the Legal Complex and Political Change Fighting for Political Freedom: Comparative Studies of the Legal Complex and Political Change
2008, Terence Halliday, Oñati International Series in Law and Society, Hart Publishing
Moving to Inequality: Neighborhood Effects and Experiments Meet Social Structure
2008, Robert J. Sampson, 114 American Journal of Sociology 189
Rethinking Crime and Immigration
2008, Robert J. Sampson, 7 Contexts 28
Neighborhood Selection and the Social Reproduction of Concentrated Racial Inequality
2008, Robert J. Sampson, 45 Demography 1
Durable Effects of Concentrated Disadvantage on Verbal Ability Among African-American Children
2008, Robert J. Sampson, 105 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 845
Cover of Arguing with Tradition: The Language of Law in Hopi Tribal Court Arguing with Tradition: The Language of Law in Hopi Tribal Court
2008, Justin Richland, University of Chicago Press
Policing Religion: Discursive Excursions into Singapore’s Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act
2008, Jothie Rajah, Examining Practice, Interrogating Theory: Comparative Legal Studies in Asia
“The Jane Fonda Effect”
9/16/2007, Steven D. Levitt, New York Times
“Payback Time”
6/10/2007, Steven D. Levitt, New York Times
“Laid-Back Labor”
5/6/2007, Steven D. Levitt, New York Times
“Identity Crisis”
3/11/2007, Steven D. Levitt, New York Times
“Exporting and Importing Democracy and the Rule of Law: Understanding Colonial Processes and their Impacts”
2/2007, Bryant G. Garth, NACLA
“The Gift-Card Economy”
1/7/2007, Steven D. Levitt, New York Times
“Struggles for Political Liberalism: Reaching for a Theory of the Legal Complex and Political Mobilisation”
2007, Terence Halliday, Hart Publishing
“Birth of a Liberal Moment? Looking through a One-Way Mirror at Lawyers’ Defense of Criminal Defendants in China”
2007, Terence Halliday, Hart Publishing
“Foiling the Hegemons: Limits to the Globalization of Corporate Insolvency Regimes in Indonesia, Korea and China”
2007, Terence Halliday, Hart Publishing
“Law, Economy and Globalization: How Modern International Financial Institutions Embraced Adam Smith and Accidently Discovered Max Weber”
2007, Terence Halliday, Stanford University Press
“Incrementalisms in Global Lawmaking”
2007, Terence Halliday, Texas Journal of International Law
“Institutionalizing Creative Destruction: Predictable and Transparent Bankruptcy Law in the Wake of the East Asian Financial Crisis”
2007, Terence Halliday, Cornell University Press
“Policy Brief: The Making of China’s Corporate Bankruptcy Law”
2007, Terence Halliday, Oxford Series in Law, Justice and Society
“The Recursivity of Law: Global Norm-Making and National Law-making in the Globalization of Corporate Insolvency Regimes”
2007, Terence Halliday, American Journal of Sociology
A International Strategies and Local Transformations: Preliminary Observations of the Position of Law in the Field of State Power in Asia
2007, Bryant G. Garth, Harvard University Press
“Dispensing with Deception, Curing With Care: A Response to Judge Dann on Nullification”
2007, Shari Seidman Diamond, Judicature
“Evaluating Videotaped Confessions: Expertise Provides No Defense Against the Camera Perspective Effect”
2007, Shari Seidman Diamond, Psychological Science
“Psychological Contributions to Evaluating Witness Testimony”
2007, Shari Seidman Diamond, Blackwell
“Policy Brief: The Making of China’s Corporate Bankruptcy Law”
2007, Terence Halliday, Oxford Series in Law, Justice and Society
“American Bar Foundation,” “Willard Hurst,” and “Law and Power,”
2007, Bryant G. Garth, Encyclopedia of Law and Society
“Death and Displacement in West Darfur: Does Demography Contribute to our Knowledge of the Crisis?”
2007, John Hagan, INED
“Social Mobility and Hierarchical Structure in Canadian Law Practice”
2007, John Hagan, Hart Publishing
“Even Lawyers Get the Blues: Gender, Depression, and Job Satisfaction in Legal Practice”
2007, John Hagan, Law & Society Review
“Justiciability as Field Effect: When Sociology Meets Human Rights”
2007, John Hagan, Sociological Forum
“Incarceration and Intergenerational Social Exclusion”
2007, John Hagan, Social Problems
Family-Based Justice in the Sentencing of Domestic Violence
2007, Ronit Dinovitzer, British Journal of Criminology
Lawyer Satisfaction in the Process of Structuring Legal Careers
2007, Ronit Dinovitzer, Law & Society Review
“How Autonomous is Law?”
2007, Christopher L. Tomlins, Annual Reviews Press
“The Claims of Slaves and Ex-Slaves to Family and Property: A Transatlantic Comparison”
2007, Dylan C. Penningroth, American Historical Review
“Rights of Inclusion: Integrating Identity at the Bottom of the Dispute Pyramid”
2007, Laura Beth Nielsen, Law & Social Inquiry
“The Procedural Attack on Civil Rights: The Empirical Reality of Buckhannon for the Private Attorney General”
2007, Laura Beth Nielsen, UCLA Law Review
Build Rapport and a Better Deal
2007, Janice Nadler, Negotiation
“Rebuilding International Law after the September 11 Attack: Contrasting Agendas of High Priests and Legal Realists”
2007, Bryant G. Garth, Loyola International Law Review
Pro Bono: More Than a Professional Responsibility (with Joanne Martin)
2007, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, L. Fox, ed., Raise the Bar: Real World Solutions for a Troubled Profession
Plaintiffs’ Practice in the Age of Tort Reform: Survival of the Fittest—It’s Even More True Now (with Joanne Martin)
2007, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, New York Law School Law Review
Constructing Focal Points Through Legal Expression: An Experimental Test
2007, Janice Nadler, Rowman & Littlefield
The Language of Law School: Learning to “Think” Like a Lawyer
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Law in Action:A Socio-Legal Reader
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Thomson-West
“Inside the Law School Classroom: Toward a New Legal Realist Pedagogy”
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Vanderbilt Law Review
“Translating Science into Family Law”
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, DePaul Law Review
“Semiotic Anthropology”
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Annual Review of Anthropology
"Ghosts and Guesthouses: Law and Identity in Mandate Palestine"
2007, Christopher L. Tomlins, Israel Studies Forum
“Old Inequalities, New Disease: HIV/AIDS in Sub- Saharan Africa”
2007, Carol A. Heimer, Annual Review of Sociology
“Regulating Creativity: Research and Survival in the IRB Iron Cage”
2007, Carol A. Heimer, Northwestern University Law Review
Alive and Well (Maybe) in Texas: Plaintiffs’ Practice in the Age of Tort Reform (with Joanne Martin)
2007, Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin, New York Law School Law Review
“Contingent Public Policies and the Stability of Racial Hierarchy: Lessons from Immigration and Census Policy”
2007, Traci Burch, New York University Press
“The Changing Social Role of Urban Law Schools”
2007, Bryant G. Garth, Ronit Dinovitzer, Southwestern University Law Review
“Introduction: Taking New Legal Realism to Transnational Issues and Institutions”
2007, Bryant G. Garth, Law and Social Inquiry
“Lawyer Satisfaction in the Process of Structuring Legal Careers”
2007, Bryant G. Garth, Law and Society Review
“The Threepenny Constitution (and the Question of Justice)”
2007, Christopher L. Tomlins, Alabama Law Review
“When Life Imitates Art: Surrogate Decision Making at the End of Life”
2007, Susan P. Shapiro, Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation
“Technical Addendum of the After the JD First Results Report, a National Study of Legal Careers”
2007, Ronit Dinovitzer, Gabriele Plickert, American Bar Foundation
The Explanation of Crime: Context, Mechanisms and Development
12/1/2006, Robert J. Sampson, Cambridge University Press
“A Tribute to Clifford Geertz”
11/1/2006, Elizabeth Mertz, Empirical Legal Studies Blog
"Death in Darfur"
9/15/2006, John Hagan, Science
Shared Beginnings, Divergent Lives: Delinquent Boys to Age 70
3/2006, Robert J. Sampson, Harvard University Press
Open Doors Don't Invite Criminals: Is Increased Immigration Behind the Drop in Crime?
2006, Robert J. Sampson, New York Times (op-ed)
Does Marriage Reduce Crime? A Counterfactual Approach to Within-Individual Causal Effects
2006, Robert J. Sampson, 44 Criminology 465
Durable Inequality: Spatial Dynamics, Social Processes and the Persistence of Poverty in Chicago Neighborhoods
2006, Robert J. Sampson, In S. Bowles, S. Durlauf, & K. Hoff, Poverty Traps, Princeton University Press
Cultural Mechanisms and Killing Fields: A Revised Theory of Community-Level Racial Inequality
2006, Robert J. Sampson, The Many Colors of Crime: Inequalities of Race, Ethnicity and Crime in America, NY University Press
How Does Community Context Matter? Social Mechanisms and the Explanation of Crime
2006, Robert J. Sampson, In R. Sampson & P. Wikström, eds., The Explanation of Crime: Context, Mechanisms, and Development
“The Constitutional History and Contemporary Structure of Midwestern Governance”
2006, Stephen Daniels, Indiana University Press
Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, Specialization, and Medical Malpractice (with Joanne Martin)
2006, Stephen Daniels, Vanderbilt Law Review
The Law and Norms of File Sharing
2006, Janice Nadler, San Diego Law Review
Appropriately Upset? Emotion Norms and Perceptions of Crime Victims
2006, Janice Nadler, Law & Human Behavior
“Judgmental Biases in Conflict Resolution and How to Overcome Them”
2006, Janice Nadler, Jossey-Bass
“Negotiation, Information Technology, and the Problem of the Faceless Other”
2006, Janice Nadler, Psychology Press
"New Civil Rights Research: A Constitutive Approach"
2006, Laura Beth Nielsen, Ashgate
“The Power of Place in the Construction of Rights”
2006, Laura Beth Nielsen, Ashgate
“Introduction” in New Civil Rights Research: A Constitutive Approach
2006, Laura Beth Nielsen, Ashgate
“A New Legal Realist Perspective on Employment Discrimination”
2006, Laura Beth Nielsen, Law & Social Inquiry
“My People, My People: The Dynamics of Community in Southern Slavery”
2006, Dylan C. Penningroth, University of Georgia Press
“Juror Questions During Trial: A Window into Juror Thinking”
2006, Shari Seidman Diamond, Vanderbilt Law Review
“Beyond Fantasy and Nightmare: A Portrait of the Jury”
2006, Shari Seidman Diamond, Buffalo Law Review
“From the Cold War to Kosovo: The Rise and Renewal of International Human Rights Law as a Socio-Legal Field”
2006, Bryant G. Garth, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“The Legal Construction of A Politics Of Notables: The Double Game of the Patricians of The Indian Bar In The Market Of Civic Virtue”
2006, Bryant G. Garth, Retfærd Nordic Legal Journal
“Globalization and Law”
2006, Terence Halliday, Annual Review of Sociology
“Negotiating Globalization: Global Templates and the Construction of Insolvency Regimes in East Asia”
2006, Terence Halliday, Law and Social Inquiry
“The Black-White Test Score Gap through Third Grade”
2006, Steven D. Levitt, American Law and Economics Review
“Losing Ground at School”
2006, Steven D. Levitt, Rowan & Littlefield
“White-Collar Crime Writ Small: A Case Study of Bagels, Donuts, and the Honor System”
2006, Steven D. Levitt, American Economic Review
“Politics, Police, Past and Present: Larry Kramer’s The People Themselves”
2006, Christopher L. Tomlins, Chicago-Kent Law Review
"The Organization of Public Interest Practice: 1975-2004"
2006, Laura Beth Nielsen, North Carolina Law Review
The Texas Two-Step: Evidence on the Link Between Damage Caps and Access (with Joanne MartinI
2006, Stephen Daniels, DePaul Law Review
"Client Influence and the Contingency of Professionalism: The Work of Elite Corporate Lawyers in China"
2006, Sida Liu, Law & Society Review
"Beyond Global Convergence: Conflicts of Legitimacy in a Chinese Lower Court"
2006, Sida Liu, Law & Social Inquiry
Developmental Criminology and Its Discontents: Trajectories of Crime from Childhood to Old Age
11/1/2005, Robert J. Sampson, ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science - Sage Publications
'There Will Be Fighting in the Streets': The Distorting Lens of Social Movement Theory
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 10 Mobilization 1
Social Anatomy of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Violence
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 95 American Journal of Public Health 224
Civil Society Reconsidered: The Durable Nature and Community Structure of Collective Civic Action
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 111 American Journal of Sociology 673
A Life-Course View of the Development of Crime
2005, Robert J. Sampson, 602 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 12
Urban Lawyers: The New Social Structure of the Bar
2005, John P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Rebecca Sandefur, University of Chicago Press
Review of Herbert Kritzer, Risks, Reputations, and Rewards: Contingency Fee Legal Practice in the United States
2005, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
“Agency Theory”
2005, Susan P. Shapiro, Annual Review of Sociology
Review of Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Dispute Processing and Conflict Resolution: Theory, Practice, and Policy
2004, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
The Strange Success of Tort Reform (with Joanne Martin)
2004, Stephen Daniels, Emory Law Journal
"Media Misrepresentation: Title VII, Print Media, and Public Perceptions of Discrimination Litigation"
2004, Laura Beth Nielsen, Stanford Law and Policy Review
Spatial (Dis)Advantage and Homicide in Chicago Neighborhoods
2004, Robert J. Sampson, In M. Goodchild & D. Janell, eds., Spatially Integrated Social Science, Oxford University Press
Seeing Disorder: Neighborhood Stigma and the Social Construction of Broken Windows
2004, Robert J. Sampson, 67 Social Psychology Quarterly 319
A Multivariate, Multilevel Rasch Model with Application to Self-Reported Criminal Behavior
2003, Robert J. Sampson, 33 Sociological Methodology 169
Life-Course Desisters? Trajectories of Crime Among Delinquent Boys Followed to Age 70
2003, Robert J. Sampson, 41 Criminology 301
The Neighborhood Context of Well Being
2003, Robert J. Sampson, 46 Perspectives in Biology and Medicine S53
Cover of Judicial Review in New Democracies: Constitutional Courts in Asian Cases Judicial Review in New Democracies: Constitutional Courts in Asian Cases
2003, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press
Lawyers for Conservative Causes: Clients, Ideology, and Social Distance
2003, John P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Law & Society Review
"If it Ain't Broke... An Empirical Perspective on Ethics 2000, Screening, and the Conflict-of-Interest Rules"
2003, Susan P. Shapiro, University of Illinois Law Review 2003, pp. 1299-1329
"Bushwhacking the Ethical High Road: Conflict of Interest in the Practice of Law and Real Life"
2003, Susan P. Shapiro, Law & Social Inquiry 28:1, pp. 87-268.
The Claims of Kinfolk: African American Property and Community in the Nineteenth Century South
2003, Dylan C. Penningroth, University of North Carolina Press
Cover of Tangled Loyalties: Conflict of Interest in Legal Practice Tangled Loyalties: Conflict of Interest in Legal Practice
2002, Susan P. Shapiro
It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times: The Precarious Nature of Plaintiffs’ Practice in Texas (with Joanne Martin)
2002, Stephen Daniels, Texas Law Review
Review of Walter Bennett, The Lawyer’s Myth: Reviving Ideals in the Legal Profession
2002, Stephen Daniels, The Law and Politics Book Review
Assessing 'Neighborhood Effects': Social Processes and New Directions in Research
2002, Robert J. Sampson, 28 Annual Review of Sociology 443
Neighborhood Inequality, Collective Efficacy, and the Spatial Dynamics of Urban Violence.
2001, Robert J. Sampson, 39 Criminology 517
The Scale of Justice: Observations on the Transformation of Urban Law Practice
2001, John P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Annual Review of Sociology
We Live on the Edge of Extinction All the Time: Entrepreneurs, Innovation and the Plaintiffs’ Bar in the Wake of Tort Reform (with Joanne Martin)
2001, Stephen Daniels, Legal Professions: Work, Structure and Organization
"Crime, White-Collar"
2001, Susan P. Shapiro, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 5, pp. 2941-5
"Everests of the Mundane: Conflict of Interest in Real-World Legal Practice"
2000, Susan P. Shapiro, Fordham Law Review 69, pp.1139-1177
"Cops, Counsel, and Entrepreneurs: Constructing the Role of Inside Counsel in Large Corporations"
2000, Robert L. Nelson, Laura Beth Nielsen, Law and Society Review
“Situating Legal Consciousness: Experiences and Attitudes of Ordinary Citizens about Law and Street Harassment”
2000, Laura Beth Nielsen, 34 Law and Society Review 1055-1090
The Impact That It Has Had is Between People’s Ears: Tort Reform, Mass Culture, and Plaintiffs’ Lawyers (with Joanne Martin)
2000, Stephen Daniels, DePaul Law Review
It’s Darwinism -- Survival of the Fittest: How Markets and Reputations Shape the Way in Which Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Obtain Clients (with Joanne Martin)
1999, Stephen Daniels, Law & Policy
'Ecometrics': Toward A Science of Assessing Ecological Settings, with Application to the Systematic Social Observation of Neighborhoods
1999, Robert J. Sampson, 29 Sociological Methodology 1
Systematic Social Observation of Public Spaces: A New Look at Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods
1999, Robert J. Sampson, 105 American Journal of Sociology 603
Beyond Social Capital: Spatial Dynamics of Collective Efficacy for Children
1999, Robert J. Sampson, 64 American Sociological Review 633
"When You Just Can't Say 'No': Controlling Lawyers' Conflicts of Interest"
1999, Susan P. Shapiro, Social Science, Social Policy and Law, pp. 322-76
Legal Cynicism and (Subcultural?) Tolerance of Deviance: The Neighborhood Context of Racial Differences
1998, Robert J. Sampson, 32 Law and Society Review 777
The Changing Character of Lawyers' Work: Chicago in 1975 and 1995
1998, John P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Law & Society Review
Punitive Damages, Change, and the Politics of Ideas: Defining Public Policy Problems (with Joanne Martin)
1998, Stephen Daniels, University of Wisconsin Law Review
Persistence Is Not Always a Virtue: Tort Reform, Civil Liability for Health Care and the Lack of Empirical Evidence (with Joanne Martin)
1997, Stephen Daniels, Behavioral Sciences & The Law
The Constituencies of Elite Urban Lawyers
1997, John P. Heinz, Law & Society Review
Neighborhoods and Violent Crime: A Multilevel Study of Collective Efficacy
1997, Robert J. Sampson, 277 Science 918
Violent Crime and the Spatial Dynamics of Neighborhood Transition: Chicago, 1970-1990
1997, Robert J. Sampson, 76 Social Forces 31
A Life-Course Theory of Cumulative Disadvantage and the Stability of Delinquency
1997, Robert J. Sampson, In T.B. Thornberry, ed., Developmental Theories of Crime and Delinquency, Transaction Publishers
Slavery, Freedom, and Social Claims to Property Among African Americans in Liberty County, Georgia, 1850-1880
1997, Dylan C. Penningroth, Journal of American History
Crime in the Making: Pathways and Turning Points through Life
3/1995, Robert J. Sampson, Harvard University Press
Civil Juries and the Politics of Reform (with Joanne Martin)
1995, Stephen Daniels, Northwestern University Press
"CAUTION! THIS ARTICLE HAS NOT BEEN FACT CHECKED. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK! Gatekeepers of Truth at American Newsmagazines"
1995, Susan P. Shapiro, American Bar Foundation Working Paper Series (#9511)
Toward a Theory of Race, Crime, and Urban Inequality
1995, Robert J. Sampson, In J. Hagan & R. D. Peterson, Crime and Inequality, Stanford University Press
Turning Points in the Life Course: Why Change Matters to the Study of Crime
1993, Robert J. Sampson, 31 Criminology 301
Structural Variations in Juvenile Court Processing: Inequality, the Underclass, and Social Control
1993, Robert J. Sampson, 27 Law and Society Review 285
The Hollow Core: Private Interests in National Policy Making
1993, John P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Harvard University Press
Don't Kill the Messenger 'Till You Read the Message: Products Liability Verdicts in Six California Counties (with Joanne Martin)
1993, Stephen Daniels, Justice System Journal
Integrating Individual and Ecological Aspects of Crime
1993, Robert J. Sampson, National Council for Crime Prevention Sweden
'You Can't Interview the Dead': McIntosh's The Appeal of the Civil Law and the Debate Over Longitudinal Studies of Courts
1992, Stephen Daniels, Law & Social Inquiry
The Pragmatic Management of Error and the Origins of Malpractice Disputes
1992, Stephen Daniels, Quality and Regulation in Health Care
Tracing the Shadow of the Law: Jury Verdicts in Medical Malpractice Cases
1991, Stephen Daniels, Defense Law Journal
From Second Tongue to Mother Tongue: A Look at the Use of English in Singapore English Drama
1991, Jothie Rajah, Perceiving Other Worlds
Myth and Reality in Punitive Damages (with Joanne Martin)
1990, Stephen Daniels, Minnesota Law Review
Caseload Dynamics and the Nature of Change: The Civil Business of Trial Courts in Four Counties, 1870 to 1960
1990, Stephen Daniels, Law & Society Review
Inner Circles or Hollow Cores? Elite Networks in National Policy Systems
1990, John P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Journal of Politics
"Collaring the Crime, Not the Criminal: Reconsidering the Concept of White-Collar Crime"
1990, Susan P. Shapiro, American Sociological Review 55, pp. 346-65
"Caution! This Story Has Not Been Fact Checked: A Study of Fact Checking in American Magazines"
1990, Susan P. Shapiro, Gannett Center for Media Studies
"Libel Lawyers as Risk Counselors: Pre-publication and Pre-broadcast Review and the Social Construction of News"
1989, Susan P. Shapiro, Law & Policy 11, pp. 281-308
Community Structure and Crime: Testing Social-Disorganization Theory
1989, Robert J. Sampson, 94 American Journal of Sociology 774
The Question of Jury Competence and the Politics of Tort Reform
1989, Stephen Daniels, Law and Contemporary Problems
The Shadow of the Law: Jury Decisions in Obstetrics/Gynecology Cases (with Lori B. Andrews)
1989, Stephen Daniels, Medical Professional Liability and the Delivery of Obstetrical Care
Local Friendship Ties and Community Attachment in Mass Society: A Multi-Level Systemic Model
1988, Robert J. Sampson, 53 American Sociological Review 766
A Tangled Story: Studying State Supreme Courts
1988, Stephen Daniels, Law & Society Review
Urban Black Violence: The Effect of Male Joblessness and Family Disruption
1987, Robert J. Sampson, 93 American Journal of Sociology 348
"The Social Control of Impersonal Trust"
1987, Susan P. Shapiro, American Journal of Sociology 93, pp. 623-58
"Policing Trust"
1987, Susan P. Shapiro, Private Policing, pp. 194-220
The Social Ecology of Crime
1986, Robert J. Sampson, Springer-Verlag Press
Jury Verdicts and the `Crisis' in Civil Justice: Some Findings from an Empirical Study (with Joanne Martin)
1986, Stephen Daniels, Justice System Journal
"The Road Not Taken: The Elusive Path to Criminal Prosecution for White-Collar Offenders"
1985, Susan P. Shapiro, Law & Society Review 19, pp. 179-217
Cover of Wayward Capitalists: Target of the Securities and Exchange Commission Wayward Capitalists: Target of the Securities and Exchange Commission
1984, Susan P. Shapiro
Group Size, Heterogeneity, and Intergroup Conflict: A Test of Blau’s Inequality and Heterogeneity
1984, Robert J. Sampson, 62 Social Forces 618
Ladders and Bushes: The Problems of Caseloads and Studying Court Activities Over Time
1984, Stephen Daniels, American Bar Foundation Research Journal
"The New Moral Entrepreneurs: Corporate Crime Crusaders"
1983, Susan P. Shapiro, Contemporary Sociology 12, pp. 304-307
Civil Litigation in Illinois Trial Courts: An Exploration of Rural Urban Differences
1982, Stephen Daniels, Law and Policy Quarterly
Chicago Lawyers: The Social Structure of the Bar
1982, John P. Heinz, Basic Books
The Supreme Court and Obscenity: An Exercise in Empirical ¬Constitutional Policy Making
1980, Stephen Daniels, San Diego Law Review
"Thinking About White Collar Crime: Matters of Conceptualization and Research"
1980, Susan P. Shapiro, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980
Social Science and Death Penalty Cases: Reflections on Change and the Empirical Justification of Constitutional Policy
1979, Stephen Daniels, Law and Policy Quarterly
The Legal Profession: Client Interests, Professional Roles and Social Hierarchies
6/1/1978, John P. Heinz, Michigan Law Review

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