End-of-Semester Lightning Rounds
Melissa Murray (UC-Berkeley), "The New Sexual Regulation"
Chiméne Keitner (UC-Hastings), "Horizontal Enforcement in International Law"
Kristin Henning (Georgetown), "Deserve ain't got nothing to do with it": The Breakdown of Moral Justifications for Punishment in The Wire"
Andrew Kent (Fordham), "Rethinking Judicial Remedies in National Security Litigation"
Tess Wilkinson-Ryan (Penn), "The Psychology of Caveat Emptor"
Christopher Griffin (William & Mary), "Evaluating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Criminal Process: Evidence from North Carolina"
Omari Simmons (Wake Forest), "Class Dismissed"
Tabatha Abu El-Haj (Drexel), "Friend Me: Linking the Freedom of Association to the Social Sciences"
Vicki Schultz (Yale), "Will Marriage Make Gay and Lesbian Couples Less Egalitarian?: A Cautionary Tale"
José Gabilondo (Florida International University), "Financialization at the Fed: Thematizing Its New Balance Sheet"
Michael Sant'Ambrogio (Michigan State), "The Extra-Legislative Veto"
Susan Carle (WCL), "Defining the Struggle: Organizational Forerunners of the NAACP"
RonNell Jones, BYU Law