Recent Faculty Scholarship

WashULaw faculty members are engaged in cutting-edge research, writing significant articles, books, and casebooks across the legal spectrum.

Browsing through our faculty profiles, you will glimpse the rich intellectual resources that are available to WashULaw students.

2018

The Lottery Docket
Daniel Epps | 116 Michigan Law Review 705 (2018) (with William Ortman)

Zombie Religious Institutions
Elizabeth Sepper | 112 Northwestern University Law Review 929 (2018)

The Decline of Supreme Court Deference to the President
Lee Epstein & Eric Posner | 166 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 829 (2018)

2017

Social Value Orientation and the Law
Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff | 59 William & Mary Law Review 475 (2017)

The Remaking of Wall Street
Andrew Tuch | 7 Harvard Business Law Review 315 (2017)

New Perspectives on Planned Unit Developments
Daniel Mandelker | 52 Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal 229 (2017)

Harmful, Harmless, and Beneficial Uncertainty in Law
Scott Baker | 46 The Journal of Legal Studies 281 (2017) (with Alex Raskolnikov)

Fairness Beyond the Adversary System: Procedural Justice Norms for Legal Negotiation
Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff | 85 Fordham Law Review 2081 (2017)

Peyote and Ghouls in the Night: Justice Scalia’s Religion Clause Minimalism
John Inazu | 15 First Amendment Law Review 239 (2017)

Illusory Ethics: Trump’s Ethics Executive Order
Kathleen Clark | 2017 University of Illinois Law Review Online (2017)

Patent Law’s Authorship Screen
Kevin Collins | 84 University of Chicago Law Review 1603 (2017)

Novel Negotiation
Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff | 2017 Journal of Dispute Resolution 61 (2017)

Unlawful Assembly as Social Control
John Inazu | 64 UCLA Law Review 2 (2017)

Data-Driven Discrimination at Work
Pauline Kim | 48 William & Mary Law Review 857 (2017)

Alternatives to Liberal Constitutional Democracy
David Law | 76 Maryland Law Review 223 (2017)

Aggressive Encounters & White Fragility: Deconstructing the Trope of the Angry Black Woman
Kimberly Norwood | 102 Iowa Law Review 2017 (2017) (with Trina Jones)

Privacy’s Trust Gap
Neil Richards | 126 Yale Law Journal 1180 (2017)

Putting Peacetime First: Crimes Against Humanity and the Civilian Population Requirement
Leila Sadat | 31 Emory International Law Review 197 (2017)

2016

The Forgotten Family Law of Eisenstadt v. Baird
Susan Appleton | 28 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 1 (2016)

Congressional and Presidential War Powers as a Dialogue: Analysis of the Syrian and ISIS Conflicts
Kathleen Clark | 49 Cornell International Law Journal 683 (2016) (with Charles Tiefer)

The Structural Implications of Inventors’ Disclosure Obligations
Kevin Collins | 69 Vanderbilt Law Review 1785 (2016)

Adversarial Symmetry in the Criminal Process
Dan Epps | 91 NYU Law Review 762 (2016)

Some Thoughts on the Study of Judicial Behavior
Lee Epstein | 57 William & Mary Law Review 2017 (2016) (2015 George Wythe Lecture)

Procedural Justice and Policing:  Four New Directions
Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff | 52 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 67 (2016)

Market Norms and Constitutional Values in the Government Workplace
Pauline Kim | 94 North Carolina Law Review 601 (2016)

Recalibrating the Scales of Municipal Court Justice:  A Dissenter’s View
Kimberly Norwood | 51 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 121 (2016)

The Proposed Restatement (Fourth) of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States: Treaties – Some Serious Procedural and Substantive Concerns
Leila Sadat | 2015 BYU Law Review 1673 (2016)

Banker Loyalty in Mergers and Acquisitions
Andrew Tuch | 94 University of Texas Law Review 1079 (2016)

2015

Appellate Law-Making in a Judicial Hierarchy
Scott Baker | 58 Journal of Law & Economics 139 (2015) (with Adam B. Badawi)

Re-Assembling Labor
Marion Crain & John Inazu | 2015 University of Illinois Law Review 1791 (2015)

The ‘Right to Try’ Investigational Drugs: Science and Stories in the Access Debate, Symposium on Science Challenges for Law and Policy
Rebecca Dresser | 93 University of Texas Law Review 1631 (2015)

Addressing Systemic Discrimination: Public Enforcement and the Role of the EEOC
Pauline Kim | 95 Boston University Law Review 1133 (2015)

The REINS Act: Unbridled Impediment to Regulation
Ron Levin | 83 George Washington Law Review 1446 (2015)

The Marrow of Tradition: The Roberts Court and Categorical First Amendment Speech Exclusions
Greg Magarian | 56 William & Mary Law Review 1340 (2015)

Why Data Privacy Law Is (Mostly) Constitutional
Neil Richards | 56 William and Mary Law Review 1501 (2015)

Free Exercise Lochnerism
Liz Sepper | 115 Columbia Law Review 1453 (2015)