Bethany Berger publishes Race to Property: Racial Distortions of Property Law, 1634 to Today, 64 ARIZ. L. REV. 619 (2022), 97 Ind. L.J. 571 (2022).
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Leslie Levin publishes "This is Not Normal": The Role of Bar Organizations in Protecting Constitutional Norms and Values, , 69 WASH. U.J.L. & POLICY 173 (2022).
Peter Lindseth publishes State Formation and the Emergence of Public Law: An Evolutionary and Institutional Perspective, in LIBER AMICORUM PER MARCO D’ALBERTI (Guido Alpa, et al. eds 2022).
Mathilde Cohen publishes Milk from Mars. Lab-Produced Human Milk and Its Regulation, 77 FOOD & DRUG L.J. 6 (2022) (with Tanya Cassidy)
Richard Kay publishes Adjudicating Revolution: Courts and Constitutional Change (2022) (With Joel Colón-Rios).
Richard Wilson publishes The Anti-Human Rights Machine: Digital Authoritarianism and The Global Assault on Human Rights (August 18, 2022). Human Rights Quarterly, Fall, 2022.
Minor Myers publishes The Single-Owner Standard and the Public-Private Choice (June 20, 2022). 47 J. CORP. L. 675 (2022) (with Charles Korsmo).
Leslie Levin publishes 'This is Not Normal': The Role of Bar Organizations in Protecting Constitutional Norms and Values (July 1, 2022). Washington University Journal of Law and Policy.
Carleen Zubrzycki publishes Abortion’s Interoperability Trap: How the Law of Medical Records Will Facilitate Interstate Persecution of Contested Medical Procedures, and What to Do about It Yale Law Journal Forum, Forthcoming (June 27, 2022).