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The Center for the Study of Law and Society supports empirical research and theoretical analysis concerning legal institutions and processes, the impact of law on society, and social, political, and intellectual influences on law and legal activity. The Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program is a doctoral program at the U.C. Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) that promotes the social and philosophical study of law through the perspectives of criminal justice, economics, history, philosophy, political science, psychology and sociology. They each provide a truly interdisciplinary setting in which faculty, visiting scholars, and students can meet, present research, exchange ideas, and formulate new concepts and research agendas.
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Catherine Albiston and Catherine L. Fisk, Covid-19 Reveals Gaping Holes in the U.S. Social Safety Net, Calif. L. Rev. Blog (2020-05).
Center affiliated faculty, students, and visiting scholars have conducted scores of projects in the almost 60 years since the Center was established. Some recent books and award winning articles include:
- A Vigil at the End of the World, in Looking for Law in All the Wrong Places: Justice Beyond and Between (Marianne Constable, Leti Volpp, and Bryan Wagner, eds., 2019).
- When the State Hates, in Hate, Politics, Law (2018).
- Emotional Transitions in Social Movements: The Case of Immigrant Rights Activism in Arizona, in The Emotional Dynamics of Law and Legal Discourse (2016)
- What's So New about the #MeToo Movement? in Trumpism and its Discontents 2020, forthcoming).
- Paid Leave for Precarious Workers During COVID-19 in Contexts (2020).
- (and Tristin Green) Social Closure Discrimination, 39 Berkeley J. Emp & Lab. L. 1 (2018).
- Democracy, Civil Society, and Public Interest Law, 2018 Wis. L. Rev. 187 (2018).
- (and Laura Beth Nielsen and Su Li) Public Interest Law Organizations and the Two-Tier System of Access to Justice in the United States, 42 Law & Soc. Inquiry 990 (2017).
- (with Carlos Avenancio-Leon) Disenfranchisement and Economic Inequality: Downstream Effects of Shelby County v. Holder, 109 AEA Papers & Proc. 161 (2019).
- (and John J. Donohue and Kyle D. Weber), Right-to-Carry Laws and Violent Crime: A Comprehensive Assessment Using Panel Data and a State-Level Synthetic Control Analysis, 16 J. Empir. Leg. Stud. 198 (2019).
- (and John J. Donohue and Kyle D. Weber), RTC Laws Increase Violent Crime: Moody and Marvell Have Missed the Target, 16 Econ. J. Watch 97 (2019)
Bamberger, Kenneth A.
- (with Deirdre K. Mulligan) Lex Algorithmic: Humans and Systems in Content Governance, Berkeley Tech. L.J. (2021) Forthcoming
- (with Catherine Han, Irwin Reyes, Álvaro Feal, Joel Reardon, Primal Wijesekera, Narseo Vallina-Rodriguez, Amit Elazari, and Serge Egelman) The Price is (Not) Right: Comparing Privacy in Free and Paid Apps, Proc. Privacy Enhancing Tech. (2020) Forthcoming
- Can You Pay for Privacy? Consumer Expectations and Mobile App Behavior, Berkeley Tech. L.J. (forthcoming, 2020).
- (and Deirdre K. Mulligan), Procurement as Policy: Administrative Process for Machine Learning, Berkeley Tech. L. J. (forthcoming, 2019)
- Do You Get What You Pay for? Comparing the Privacy Behaviors of Free vs. Paid Apps, The Workshop on Technology and Consumer Protection (ConPro'19) (2019).
- Law in the Anthropocene Epoch, 106 Geo. L.J. 1 (2017)
- Regulating Business Innovation As Policy Disruption: From the Model T to Airbnb, 70 Vand. L. Rev 1561 (2017)
- (and Nina Kelsy and Jonas Meckling), The Political Economy of Decarbonization: A Research Agenda, 82 Brook. L. Rev. 605 (2017)
- (with Chris Elmendorf, Moira O’Neill and Paavo Monkkonen) Making It Work: Legal Foundations for Administrative Reform of California's Housing Framework, Ecology L.Q. (2021) Forthcoming.
- (with Moira O'Neill and Giulia Gualco-Nelson) Sustainable Communities or the New Urban Renewal? Ecology L. Q. (2021) Forthcoming
- A Survey of State Wildlife and Endangered Species Protections, Idaho L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
(with Beth Hanh, Peter Landres, and Daniel Spencer) Protected Area Stewardship in the Anthropocene: Integrating Science, Law, and Ethics to Evaluate Proposals for Ecological Restoration in Wilderness, 28 Restoration Ecology 315 (2020)
Bridges, Khiara M.
- Beyond Torts: Reproductive Wrongs and the State, Colum. L. Rev. (2021) Forthcoming
- Race and Culture in the Criminalization of Motherhood, Mich. L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- Racial Disparities in Maternal Mortality, N.Y.U. L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- Race, Pregnancy, and the Opiod Epidemic: White Privilege and the Criminalization of Opiod Use During Pregnancy, Harv. L. Rev. (forthcoming)
- White Privilege and White Disadvantage, 105 Va. L. Rev. 449 (2019)
- Excavating Race-Based Disadvantage Among Class-Privileged People of Color, 53 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 65 (2018)
Critical Race Theory: A Primer, (2018)
- (with Howard Gillman) The Religion Clauses: The Case for Separating Church and State, (2020)
- The Court Should Not Let Politically Divided Times Affect Its Choices and Decisions, 61 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 971 (2020)
- (and Michele Goodwin), Constitutional Gerrymandering Against Abortion Rights: NIFLA v. Becerra, 94 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 61 (2019)
- Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies, 6th ed. (2019)
- Justice Kennedy: A Free Speech Justice: Only Sometimes, 70 Hastings L.J. 1193 (2019).
- (with Michelle Goodwin) The Transgender Military Ban: Preservation of Discrimination Through Transformation, 114 Nw. U.L. Rev. 751 (2019)
- The Supreme Court and Public Schools, Mich. L. Rev. 1107 (2019)
- Eviscerating a Healthy Church-State Separation, 96 Wash. U.L. Rev. 1009 (2019)
- We the People: A Progressive Reading of the Constitution for the Twenty-First Century (2018)
- Community Versus Market Values of Life, 57 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 713 (2016).
- Disgorgement Damages for Accidents, 44 J. Legal Stud. 249 (2015)
- Revenge Porn in the Shadow of the First Amendment, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (forthcoming 2022) (with Roni Rosenberg)
- The Puzzle of Complicity: A Normative Inquiry into Fundamentals of Criminal Law, Jer. Rev. L. Stud. (forthcoming, 2021).
- Reconceptualizing Revenge Porn, 63 Arizona Law Review 199 (2021) (with Roni Rosenberg)
- 'I'm Starting to Believe in the Word Justice': Lessons from an Ethnographic Study on Community Courts, 68 American Journal of Comparative Law 376 (2020) (with Tali Gal)
Edelman, Lauren B.
- (with Calvin Morrill) Sociology of Law and New Legal Realism, in Research Handbook on Modern Legal Realism (Talesh, Shauhin; Klug, Heinz; Mertz, Elizabeth eds., 2020) Forthcoming
- (with Calvin Morrill, Yan Fang, Rosann Greenspan) Conversations in Law and Society: Oral Histories of the Emergence and Transformation of the Movement, Ann. Rev. L. & Soc. Sci. (2020) Forthcoming
- Foreword, Selznick, Philip in Law, Society, and Industrial Justice (2020)
- (Noel, Ann M.; Oppenheimer, David B. eds., 2020), The #MeTooMovement, Symbolic Structures, and the Limits of the Law, in the Global #MeToo Movement
- (and Brent K. Nakamura), Bakke at 40: How Diversity Matters in the Employment Context, 52 UC Davis L. Rev. 2627 (2019).
- How HR and Judges Made it Almost Impossible for Victims of Sexual Harassment to Win in Court, Harv. Bus. Rev. (August 22, 2018).
(with Jessica Cabrera) Sex-Based Harassment and Symbolic Compliance, Ann. Rev. L. & Soc. Sci. (2020) Forthcoming
Farber, Daniel A.
- (and Neil Siegel), United States and Constitutional Law (2019).
- Murr v. Wisconsin and the Future of Takings Law, 2017 Sup. Ct. Rev. 115 (2018)
- (and Anne Joseph O'Connell), Agencies as Adversaries, 105 Cal. L. Rev. 1375 (2017).
- (with Stephen Burbank) A New (Republican) Litigation State? U.C. Irvine L. Rev. (2021) Forthcoming
- Legislative Capacity and Administrative Power Under Divided Polarization, Daedalus (2021) Forthcoming
- (with Stephen Burbank) Politics, Identity, and Class Certification on the U.S. Courts of Appeals Mich. L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- Legislating for Litigation in the Age of Statute, 106 Cal L. Rev. 1529 (2018)
- (and Stephen Burbank) Rights and Retrenchment: The Counterrevolution Against Federal Litigation (2017).
- (and Miranda Yaver) Divided Government and the Fragmentation of American Law, 60 Am. J. Pol. Sci. 401 (2016)
Feeley, Malcolm M.
- Private Alternatives to Criminal Courts: The Future is All Around Us, 119 Colum. L. Rev. F. 38 (2019)
- Opening Key Note Address: How to Think About Criminal Court Reform, 98 B.U.L. Rev. 673 (2018)
- (and Aniket Kesari) Federalism as Compared to What?: Sorting out the Effects of Federalism, Unitary Systems, and Decentralization, Jus Politicum, No. 17 (2017)
Fisk, Catherine L.
- (with Diana S. Reddy) Protection by Law, Repression by Law: Bringing Labor Back into Law and Social Movement Studies Emory L.J. (2020) Forthcoming
- The Once and Future Countervailing Power of Labor, Yale L.J.F. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Joseph Grodin, Thelton Henderson, John Tru, Barry Winograd and Ronald Yank) Reforming Law Enforcement Labor Relations Calif. L. Rev. Online (2020-08)
- (with Catherine Albiston) Covid-19 Reveals Gaping Holes in the U.S. Social Safety Net Calif. L. Online (2020-05)
- (with Ann Noel and David Oppenheimer) Nondisclosure Agreements and Sexual Harassment:#MeToo and the Change in American Law of Hush Contracts, in Globalization of the MeToo Movement, eds., 2020
- Sustainable Alt-Labor, 95 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 7 (2020)
- (with Sameer M. Ashar) Democratic Norms and Governance Experimentalism in Work Centers 82 Law & Contemp. Probs. 141 (2019)
- (with Martin H. Malin) After Janus 107 Calif. L. Rev. 1821 (2019)
- (and Erwin Chemerinsky), Exaggerating the Effects of Janus: A Reply to Professors Baude and Volokh, 132 Harv. L. Rev. F. 42 (2018).
- A Progressive Labor Vision of the First Amendment: Past as Prologue, 118 Colum. L. Rev. 2057 (2018)
- Law & Society in Historical Legal Research, in The Oxford Handbook of Legal History (Markus D. Dubbar and Christopher Tomlins, eds., 2018
- Pandemic Possibilitites: Rethinking Measures of Merit, UCLA Law Review, (06/21) https://www.uclalawreview.org/pandemic-possibilities-rethinking-measures-of-merit/.
(with Dalié Jiménez) Student Debt is a Civil Rights Issue: The Case for Debt Relief and Higher Education Reform, (10/2020) https://harvardcrcl.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/2020/09/Jimenez-Glater.pdf.
- (with Micahel Sances and Young Hye) Exploitative Revenues, Law Enforcement, and the Quality of Government Services 61 Urban Aff. Rev. 5 (2020)
- The Politics of Decarceration 129 Yale L.J. 446 (2019)
- Democracy and Decarceration, Yale L.J. (forthcoming, 2019).
- (and Michael W. Sances and Hye Young You), Exploitative Revenues, Law Enforcement, and the Quality of Government Service, Urb. Aff. Rev. (2018)
- (and Hye Young You) Cities as Lobbyists, 61 Am. J. Pol. Sci. 864 (2017).
- Rethinking Swing Voters Vand. L. Rev. (2021) Forthcoming
- Codifying Constitutional Norms Geo. L.J. (2021) Forthcoming
- The Law of Legislative Representation Va. L. Rev. (2021) Forthcoming
- Law within Congress, Yale L.J. (forthcoming, 2020).
Law Within Congress 129 Yale L.J. 1946 (2020)
Grewal, David Singh
- From State of Nature to State of Economy, Pufendorf on Natural Law in States of Nature (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Mark Somos) Sovereignty in its Economic Diminsions: In Search of a Usable Legal History J. Hist. Int'l L. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Jedediah Britton-Purdy, Amy Kapczynski, and Sabeel Rahman) Building a Law-and-Political Economy Framework: Beyond the Twentieth Century Synthesis 129 Yale L.J. 1784 (2020)
- A Research Agenda for Trade Policy in the Trump Era 44 Yale J. Int'l L. Online 69 (2019)
- Three Theses on the Current Crisis of International Liberalism, 25 Ind. J. Global LEgal Stud. 595 (2018).
- (and Jedediah Purdy), The Original Theory of Constitutionalism, 127 Yale L.J. 664 (2017).
- Before Peer Production: Infrastructure Gaps and the Architecture of Openness in Synthetic Biology, 20 Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 143 (2017).
Thucydides in the Renaissance and Reformation in The Cambridge Companion to Thucydides (2021) Forthcoming
(with David Johnston) Introduction in Norton Library edition of Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan (2021) Forthcoming
(with Kentaro Matubara) Prudent Realism Against War: Hobbes and Thucydides Prudent Realism Against War: Hobbes and Thucydides in Jurisuto
(with Nicholas Gooding) Hobbes and Aristotle on the Foundation of Political Science in Hobbes's 'On the Citizen': A Critical Guide (2019)
(with Philip Petit) The View from Erewhon in the Birth of Ethics, eds., 2018
(with Mark Fisher) Thucydides and the Politics of Necessity in The Oxford Handbook of Thucydides (Forsdyke, Sara; Balot, Ryan; Foster, Edith eds., 2017)
Katyal, Sonia K.
- Private Accountability in an Age of Artifical Intelligence, in Cambridge Handbook of the Law of Algorithms (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Vicki Huang) Race, Trademarks, and Appropriation: An Empirical Analysis U.III. L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Jessica Jung) The Gender Panopticon: Artificial Intelligence and Design Justice, UCLA L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Aniket Kesari) Trademarks, Artificial Intelligence, and the Role of the Privare Sector, Berkeley Tech. L.J. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Ilona Turner) Transparenthood, 117 Mich. L. Rev. 1593 (2019)
- Brands Behaving Badly, 109 Trademark Rep. 819 (2019)
The Paradox of Source Code Secrecy 104 Cornell L. Rev. 1183 (2019)
- Comment in Arthur Ripstein, Rules for Wrongdoers (2020)
- Shared Criminal Responsibillity, in Routledge Handbook of Collective Responsibility (Barzagan-Forward, Saba; Tollefson, Deborah eds., 2019
- Collective Resource Control and the Power of Complicity, in Beyond Blood Oil: Philosophy, Policy, and the Future (Leif Wenar et al., eds., 2018).
- Democratic Values and the Limits of War, in The Routledge Handbook of Ethics and Public Policy (Andrei Poama and Annabelle Lever, eds., 2018)
- On War and Democracy (2016).
- (with Christian Hosam) Fake News is Real: The Significance and Sources of Disbelief in Mainstream Media in Trump's America Socio. F. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Pepper Culpepper) The Art of the Shitty Deal: Media Frames and Public Opinion on Financial Regulation in the United States Socioeconomic Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Pepper Culpepper) Framing the Bankers: Media and Public Attitudes on the Australian Banking Scandal Austl. J. Pol. Sci. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Kevin Esterling and Archon Fung) When Deliberation Produces Persuasion rather than Polarization: Measuring and Modeling Small Group Dymanics in a Field Experiement British J. Pol. Sci. (2019)
- (and Christian Dyogi Phillips), Superficial Equality: Gender and Immigration in Asian American Political Participation, 6 Pol. Groups, and Identities 373 (2018).
- (and Sunmin Kim), The Mechanics of Immigration Polls, 82 Pub. Op. Q. 148 (2018)
- (and Kevin M. Esterling and Arhon Fung), How Much Disagreement is Good for Democratic Deliberation?, 32 Pol. Comm. 529 (2015).
- Krygier and Selznick and the Rule of Law 11 Hague J. Rule L. 307 (2019)
- (with Laura Jakli and Melissa Carlson) Fundraising for Stigmatized Groups: A Text Message Donation Experiment, Am. Pol. Sci. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- Introduction to the Symposium on Authoritarian International Law: Is Authoritarian International Law Inevitable? 114 Am. J. Int'l L. Unbound 217 (2020)
(with Anu Bradford, Adam Chilton, Katerina Linos, and Alexander Weaver) The Global Dominance of European Competition Law over American Antitrust Law
- Introduction, in Arthur Ripstein, Rules for Wrongdoers (2020) Forthcoming
- Arthur Ripstein, Rules for Wrongdoers, ed., (2020) Forthcoming
(with Margaret M. deGuzman and Valerie Oosterveld) Contestation and Inevitability in the Crimes of the International Criminal Court, eds., (2020) Forthcoming
- (and Lauren B. Edelman) Sociology of Law and New Legal Realism, in Research Handbook on Modern Legal Realism (Talesh, Shauhin; Klug, Heinz; Mertz, Elizabeth eds., 2020) Forthcoming
- (and Michael Musheno), Navigating Conflict: How Youth Handle Trouble in a High-Poverty School (2018).
- Unsettled Times for American Families, 43 L. Soc. Inq. 249 (2018).
- Change Disguised as Continuity in Studying Law and Society? Evidence from the Law and Society Review, 1966-2015, 50 L. Soc. Rev. 1019 (2016).
(with Lauren B. Edelman, Yan Fang, and Rosann Greenspan) Conversations in Law and Society: Oral Histories of the Emergence and Transformation of the Movement Ann. Rev. L. & Soc. Sci. (2020) Forthcoming
(with Elizabeth Chiarello) A Multi-Field Logics Approach to Theorizing Relationships among Healthcare and Criminal Justice in Research Handbook on Socio-legal Studies of Health and Medicine (Jacob, Marie-Andree; Kirkland, Anna eds., 2020)
(with Brittany Arsiniega) Social Control in Organizations in The Handbook of Social Controln(Deflem, Mathieu ed., 2019)
Penningroth, Dylan C.
- Law as Redemption: A Historical Comparison of the Ways Marginalized People Use Courts, 40 L. & Soc. Inquiry 793 (2015) (book review).
- More than Freedom: Fighting for Black Citizenship in a White Republic, 1829-1889 by Stephen Kantrowitz, 60 Civil War History 338 (214) (book review)
- A Nation within a Nation: Organizing African-American Communities before the Civil War, 99 J. Am. Hist. 591 (2012) (book review).
Robinson, Russel K.
- Justice Kennedy's White Nationalism 53 U.C.D. L. Rev. 1027 (2019)
- (and David M. Frost), The Afterlife of Homophobia, 60 Ariz. L. Rev. 213 (2018)
- (and David M. Frost), "Playing it Safe" with Empirical Evidence: Selective Use of Social Science in Supreme Court Cases about Racial Justice and Marriage Equality, 112 Nw. U.L. Rev. 1565 (2018).
- Unequal Protection, 67 Stan. L. Rev. 151 (2016).
- Fair Elections During a Crisis: Urgent Recommendations in Law, Media, Politics, and Tech to Advance the Legitimacy of, and the Public's Confidence in, the November 2020 Elections (2020)
Rubinfeld, Daniel L.
- A Retrospective on U.S. v. Microsoft: Why Does It Resonate Today Antitrust Source (2020) Forthcoming
- Merger Policy for Developing Countries: Is There a Special Role for the BRICS Countries? Concurrenes 22 (2020)
- (with Edward B. Rock) Common Ownership and Coordinated Effects 83 Antitrust L.J. 201 (2020)
- (with Robert P. Inman) Democratic Federalism: The Economics, Politics, and Law of Federal Governance (2020)
- (and Edward B. Rock) Antitrust for Institutional Investors, 82 Antitrust L.J. 221 (2018-2019).
- IP Privateering in the Markets for Smartphone and Desktop and Mobile Operating Systems, 33 Berkeley Tech. L. R. 85 (2018).
- (and Michael Gal), Access Barriers to Big Data, 59 Ariz. L. Rev. 339 (2017).
- Antitrust Enforcement in the U.S. and the EU: A Comparison of the Two Federal Systems in Reconciling Efficiency and Equity: A Global Challenge for Competition Policy (Gerard, Damien; Lianos, Ioannis eds., 2019)
(with Michael S. Gal) Data Standardization 94 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 737 (2019)
Scheiber, Harry N.
- The "Commons" Discourse and Marine Fisheries Resources: Another Antecedent to Hardin's "Tragedy", 19 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 489 (2018).
- (ed and contr. author), Constitutional Governance and Judicial Power: The History of the California Supreme Court (2016).
- (and Jane L. Scheiber) Byonets in Paradise: Martial Law in Hawaii during World War II (2016)
- (with Juliet Brodie, Clare Pastore and Ezra Rosser) Poverty Law, Policy and Practice (2d ed. 2021) Forthcoming
- Juvenile Fee Abolition in California: Early Lessons and Challenges for the Debt-Free Justice Movement 98 N.C. L. Rev. 401
- (with Deborah N. Archer, Caitlin Barry, G.S. Hans, Derrick Howard, Alexis Karteron, and Shobha Mahadev) The Diversity Imperative Revisted: Racial and Gender Inclusion in Clinical Law Faculty 26 Clinical L. Rev. 127 (2019)
- (et al), Ability to Pay, 22nd Annual Liman Center Colloquium, Yale Law School (2019).
- (wirh Stephanie Campos-Bui) Fee Abolition and the Promise of Debt-Free Justice for Young People and Their Families in California (2019)
- (and Justin McCrary and Joshua Epstein) Unmarked? Criminal Record Clearing and Employment Outcomes, 108 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1 (2018).
- (et al) Measuring Law School Clinics, 92 Tul. L. Rev. 547 (2018).
- Millennials and the New Penology: Will Generational Change in the U.S. Facilitate the Triumph of Risk Rationality in Criminal Justice in Criminal Justice, Risk and the Revolt against Uncertainty (Pratt, John; Anderson, Jordan eds., 2020)
- The Criminal Is to Go Free: The Legacy of Eugenic Thought in Contemporary Judicial Realism about American Criminal Justice 100 B.U. L. Rev. 787 (2020)
- Criminal Law in an Age of Mass Incarceration 70 U. Toronto L.J. 177 (2020)
- (with Eduardo Bautista Duran and Tamara Rice Lave) Police Abolitionist Discourse? Why It has been Missing (and Why it Matters) in The Cambridge Handbook of Policing in the United States (Miller, Eric J.:eds., 2019)
- Can Courts End Mass Incarceration?, in The Legal Process and the Promise of Justice: Studies Inspired by the Work of Malcom Feely (Rosann Greenspan, Hadar Aviram, and Jonathan Simon, eds., 2019)
- Explicit Bias: Why Criminal Justice Reform Requires Us to Challenge Crime Control Strategies that are Anything but Race Blind, 54 Tulsa L. Rev. 331 (2019).
- Penal Monitoring in the United States: Lessons from the American Experience and Prospects for Change, 70 Crime, Law & Soc. Change 161 (2018)
Solomon, Steven Davidoff
- (with Matt D. Cain and Stephen McKeon) Placement Agents and Private Equity; Information Production or Influence Peddling? J. Fin. & Quantitative Analysis (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Michael Dorff and James Hicks) The Future or Fancy? An Empirical Study of Public Benefit Corporations Harv. Bus. L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Matt D. Cain, Sean Griffith, and Robert Jackson Jr.) Does Revlon Matter: An Empirical and Theoretical Analysis Calif. L. Rev. (2020) Forthcoming
- (with CV Krishnan and Randall Thomas) How Do Legal Standars Matter? An Empirical Studt of Special Lititgation Committees 60 J. Corp. Fin. 101543 (2020)
(with Jill Fisch) Centros, California's "Women on Boards" Statute and the Scope of the Internal Affairs Doctrine 20 Eur. Bus. Org. L. Rev. 493 (2020)
- (with Yakov Amihud and Markus Schmid) Is the Staggered Board Debate Really Settled?: A Coda 168 U.Pa.L. Rev. 1057 (2019)
(with Jill Fisch) The Problem of Sunsets 99 B.U. L. Rev. 1057 (2019)
- (with Jill Fisch and Assaf Hamdani) The New Titans of Wall Street: A Theoretical Framework for Passive Investors
- (with Robert Bartlett, Matt D. Cain, Jill E. Fisch, and Randall S. Thomas) The Myth of Morrison: Securities Fraud Litigation against Foreign Issuers 74 Bus. Law. 967 (2019)
(with Matthew D. Cain, Jill E. Fisch, and Randall S. Thomas) Mootness Fees 72 Vand. L. Rev. 1777 (2019)
The Ethics of Migration In Introduction to Interntaional Migration: Population Movements in the 21st Century (Lockhart, Sarah; Money, Jeannette eds., 2020) Forthcoming
Migration in The Cambridge Handbook of Constitutional Theory (Bellamy, Richard; King, Jeff eds., 2020) Forthcoming
Sood, Avani Mehta
- What's So Special about General Verdicts? Empirically Unexplored Questions about Verdict Format in Criminal Law Theoretical Inq. L. (2021) Forthcoming
- (with Jeffrey A. Segal and Benjamin Woodson) The "Murder Scene Exception"- Myth or Reality: Empirically Testing the Influence of Crime Severity in Federal Search-and-Seizure Cases 105 Va. L. Rev. 543 (2019)
- Attempted Justice: Misunderstanding and Bias in Psychological Construction of Criminal Attempt, 71 Stan. L. Rev. 593 (2019).
- (and Jeffrey A. Segel and Benjamin Woodson), The "Murder Scene Exception"- Myth or Reality? Empirically Testing the Influence of Crime Severity in Federal Search-and-Seizure Cases, 105 Va. L. Rev. 543 (2019).
- Applying Empirical Psychology to Inform Courtroom Adjudication-Potential Contributions and Challenges, 130 Harv. L. Rev. F. 301 (2017).
Attempted Justice: Misunderstanding and Bias in Psychological Constructions of Criminal Attempt 71 Stan, L. Rev. 593 (2019)
- (with Lawrence Liu) State Adjacent Professionals: How Chinese Lawyers Participate in Political Life The China Quarterly (2020) Forthcoming
- (with Benjamin L. Liebman, Margaret Roberts and Alice Wang) Mass Digitization of Chinese Court Decisions: How to Use Text as Data in the Field of Chinese Law J.L. & Courts (2020) Forthcoming
- (and Lawrence J. Liu). The Good Lawyer: State-Led Professional Socialization in Contemporary China, 45 Law & Soc. Inquiry 226 (2020)
- Activists Lawyers in Post-Tiananmen China, 42 Law & Soc. Inquiry 234 (2017).
- Political Reliability and the Chinese Bar Exam, 43 J.L. & Soc'y 506 (2016)
- Comparative Legal History: A Research Review in The International Library of Comparative Law (2020) Forthcoming
- A Poetics for Spatial Justice: Gaston Bachelard, Walter Benjamin, and the Return to Historical Materialism 32 L. & Lit. 1 (2020)
- In the Matter of Nat Turner: A Speculative History (2020)
- Materialism and Legal Historiography, from Bachelard to Benjamin, in The Oxford Handbook of Law and the Humanities (Maksymilian Del Mar, Bernadette Meyler, and Simon Stern, eds., 2019)
- (and Markus D. Dubber, eds.), Oxford Handbook of Legal History (2018).
- Law As...IV: Minor Jurisprudence in Historical Key. An Introduction, 21 Law Text Culture 1 (2017)
- (with Lisa Garcia Bedolla, Martha Ortega and Eduardo Bautista) Climate Study of Undocumented Students at UC Berkeley (2020)
- Fleeing to the Oceans Lawfare Blog (2019-09-10)
- Pushing Out and Bleeding In: On the Mobility of Borders in The Shifting Border: Ayelet Shachar in Dialogue (Niesen, Peter ed., 2019)
- (and Marianne Constable, and Bryan Wagner, eds.), Looking for Law in All the Wrong Places: Justice Beyond and Between (2019).
- Protecting the Nation from "Honor Killings": The Construction of a Problem, 34 Const. Comment. 133 (2019).
The Citizen and the Terrorist in Islamophobia and the Law (Beydoun, Khaled; Chowdhury, Cyra eds., 2019)
DACA, DAPA, and the Discretionary Executive Power: Immigrants Outside the Law 11 Cal. J. Pol. & Pol'y Issue 2 (2019)
Weisselberg, Charles D.
- On Both Sides of the Atlantic Ocean: Judicial Dialogue Between US and European Courts, in EU Fair Trial Rights (Silvia Allegrezza et al., eds., forthcoming 2019).
- Exporting and Importing Miranda, 97 B.U. L. Rev. 1235 (2017).
- Against Innocence, in The Integrity of Criminal Process- From Theory to Practice (Jill Hunter et al. eds, 2016).
- The Insidious Momentum of American Mass Incarceration (2020) Forthcoming
- Police Killings as a Problem of Governance 687 Annals Am. Acad. Pol. & Soc. Sci. 114 (2020)
- (with David Johnson) Economic Development, Political Democracy, and Leadership on Human Rights in East Asia- The Parallel Progress of South Korea and Taiwan 300 Taiwan L. Rev. 1a (2020)
- Frank Zimring Responds 104 Minn. L. Rev. 2805 (2020)
- Franklin Zimring on Imposing "Don't Shoot" Rules to Improve Policing The Economist (2020-07-20)
- Foreword: Mass Shootings and the Paradoxical Politics of State-Level Gun Control in The Toughest Gun Control Laws in the Nation: The Unfulfilled Promise of New York's SAFE Act (Jacobs, James B.; Fuhr, Zoe eds., 2019)
- Book Review-Lethal State: A History of the Death Penalty in North Carolina by Seth Kotch 96 N.C. Hist. Rev. (2019)
- American Juvenile Justice, 2nd ed. (2019)
- (with Maximo Langer) Busca por Compreender as Origens e os Fundamentos da Justica Juvenil Global (The Search for Understanding the Origins and Foundations of Global Juvenile Justice) 158 Revista Brasileira de Ciências Criminais 1 (2019)
- What Drives Variation in Killings by Urban Police in the United States: Two Empirical Puzzles in the Cambridge Handbook of Policing in the United States (Lave, Tamara Rice; Miller, Eric J. eds., 2019)
- (with David T. Johnson) The Death Penalty's Continued Decline 118 Current Hist. 316 (2019)
- The Death of the Unarmed Assailant in The Lives of Guns (Obert, Jonathan; Poe, Andrew; Sarat, Austin eds., 2019)
- When Police Kill (2017).