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"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
"Sociology of Law: Speaking for the Dying"
6/1/2020, Susan P. Shapiro, ASA Footnotes
"Why Do Transnational Legal Orders Persist? The Curious Case of Anti-Money Laundering"
6/1/2020, Terence Halliday, Transnational Legal Ordering of Criminal Justice
“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 Fourteenth Amendment and the Transformation of Civil Rights"
3/2/2020, Christopher Schmidt, The Journal of the Civil War Era
"The Politics of Lawyers and the Rule of Law"
3/2/2020, Terence Halliday, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law
"Transnational Law as Drama"
3/1/2020, Jothie Rajah, The Many Lives of Transnational Law: Critical Engagements with Jessup’s Bold Proposal
“We Go Totally Subjective”: Discretion, Discrimination, and Tenant Screening in a Landlord’s Market
2/28/2020, Anna Reosti, Law and Social Inquiry
"Performing Artivism: Feminists, Lawyers, and Online Legal Mobilization in China"
2/28/2020, Sida Liu, Law & 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
“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)
“The Gateway to Global China: Hong Kong and the Future of Chinese Law Firms”
2020, Sida Liu, Wisconsin International Law Journal
"Materialism and Legal Historiography, from Bachelard to Benjamin"
2020, Christopher L. Tomlins, The Oxford Handbook of Law and the Humanities
Cover of In the Matter of Nat Turner: A Speculative History In the Matter of Nat Turner: A Speculative History
2020, Christopher L. Tomlins
"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

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