Publications & Scholarship


Recent Faculty Publications


Anne-Marie Carstens Safeguarding Cultural Property During Armed Conflict (forthcoming 2023)
Larry Gibson Thurgood Marshall's Orchestra: Mobilizing Civil Rights Activists in the South, 1935-1955 (forthcoming 2023)
Leigh Goodmark Imperfect Victims: Criminalized Survivors and the Promise of Abolition Feminism (2023).[Abstract]
Mark Graber Punish Treason, Reward Loyalty: The Forgotten Goals of Constitutional Reform After the Civil War (2023).
American Constitutionalism (Vol II: Civil Rights and Liberties) (3d ed. 2021) (with Howard Gillman and Keith E. Whittington).
David Gray American Criminal Procedure: Cases and Commentary (12th ed. 2022) (with Daniel J. Capra & Stephen A. Salzburg).[Abstract]
Renée Hutchins Essential Lawyering Skills: Interviewing, Counseling, Negotiation, and Persuasive Fact Analysis (6th ed. 2020) (with Stefan H. Krieger & Richard K. Neumann).
Zanada Joyner Editor, Introduction to Law Librarianship (2021) (with Cas Laskowski).[Abstract]
Paula Monopoli Contemporary Trusts and Estates (4th ed. 2022) (with Susan N. Gary, Jerome Borison, and Naomi R. Cahn).[Abstract]
Robert Percival Environmental Law: Statutory and Case Supplement 2021-22 (2021).
Environmental Regulation: Law, Science & Policy (1992; 2d ed. 1996; 3d ed. 2000; 4th ed., 2003; 5th ed. 2006; 6th ed. 2009; 7th ed. 2013, 8th ed. 2018, 9th ed. 2021) (with others).[Abstract]
Michael Pinard Garbage In, Gospel Out: How Data-Driven Policing Technologies Entrench Historic Racism and 'Tech-Wash' Bias in the Criminal Legal System (2021) (with others; for NACDL's Task Force on Predictive Policing).
Sharon Reece Guide to Executive Compensation: Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Issues (2022) (with others).[Abstract]
Matiangai Sirleaf Editor, Race and National Security (Oxford University Press forthcoming 2023).
Max Stearns Parliamentary America: The Least Radical Means of Radically Repairing Our Broken Democracy (forthcoming 2024).
Rena Steinzor The War on Government (forthcoming 2023).
Kevin Tu Learning Commercial Law: Core Concepts (2022) (with others).[Abstract]
Michael P. Van Alstine Principles of International Business Transactions (5th ed. 2022) (with Ralph H. Folsom & Michael Ramsey).[Abstract]

Book Chapters

Barbara Bezdek To Have and to Hold? Community Land Trust as Commons, in The Cambridge Handbook of Commons Research Innovations 164 (Sheila R. Foster & Chrystie F. Swiney eds., 2021).
Anne-Marie Carstens Heritage Suspension: Protection of Heritage in Public Emergencies, Routledge Handbook on Heritage Law (forthcoming 2023) (with J. Peter Byrne).
Jennifer Elisa Chapman Slave Cases and Ingrained Racism in Legal Information Infrastructures, in Antiracist Library and Information Science: Racial Justice and Community (K. Black & B. Nehra eds., 2023).[Full Text]
Citation Ethics: Towards an Ethical Framework of Legal Citation, in The Role of Citation in the Law: A Yale Law School Symposium (Michael Chiorazzi ed., 2022).[Full Text]
Deborah Thompson Eisenberg Negotiating Lessons from the Women of Star Wars, in Star Wars and Conflict Resolution: There Are Alternatives to Fighting (Noam Ebner & Jen Reynolds eds., 2022).
Frank Sander: Father of Court-Based Dispute Resolution, in Discussions in Dispute Resolution: The Foundational Articles 337 (Art Hinshaw, Andrea Kupfer Schneider & Sarah R. Cole eds., 2021).
Martha Ertman Commodification and Adoption, in Routledge Commodification Handbook (Vida Panitch & Elodie Bertrand eds., forthcoming 2023).[Full Text]
Leigh Goodmark The Anti-Rape and Battered Women's Movements of the 1970s and 80s, in The Oxford Handbook of Feminism and Law in the United States (Deborah L. Brake et al. eds., 2021).
Mark Graber United States v. Vaello Madero on Puerto Rico and Precedent in Times of Constitutional Change, in SCOTUS 2022: Major Decisions and Developments of the US Supreme Court 163-71 (Morgan Marietta ed., 2022).
The Unwritten Constitutions of the United States, in Amending America's Unwritten Constitution 25 (Richard Albert, Ryan C. Williams & Yaniv Roznai eds., 2022).
Kahler v. Kansas on the Insanity Defense, in SCOTUS 2020, at 91 (Morgan Marietta ed., 2021) (with Julia Bess Frank).
David Gray Mass Surveillance in the Age of COVID-19, in Pandemic Surveillance: Privacy, Security, and Data Ethics 6 (Margaret Hu ed., 2022) (with Natalie Ram).
Robert Percival United States, Yearbook of International Environmental Law (2021),
International Responsibility and Liability for Environmental Harm, in Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law (Erika J. Techera, Jade Lindley, Karen N. Scott & Anastasia Telesetsky eds., 2d ed. 2021).
Amanda C. Pustilnik Neurodisability: A Criminal Law Doctrine that Is Not Pure Insanity, in Neurodisability and the Criminal Justice System 14-33 (Gaye T. Lansdell, Bernadette J. Saunders & Anna Eriksson eds., 2021).
Natalie Ram Mass Surveillance in the Age of COVID-19, in Pandemic Surveillance: Privacy, Security, and Data Ethics 6 (Margaret Hu ed., 2022) (with David Gray).
Introduction to Incomplete Commodification and Its Creeping Counterpart, in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Health Law (David Orentlicher & Tamara K. Harvey eds., 2021) (with Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez).
Incomplete Commodification in American Law, in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Health Law (David Orentlicher & Tamara K. Harvey eds., 2021).
Investigative Genetic Genealogy and the Problem of Familial Forensic Identification, in Consumer Genetic Technologies: Ethical and Legal Considerations 211 (I. Glenn Cohen et al. eds., 2021).[Full Text]
Matiangai Sirleaf Global Health Landscape: The Proliferating Actors Influencing Global Health Governance, in Global Health Law & Policy: Ensuring Justice for a Healthier World (Lawrence O. Gostin & Benjamin Mason Meier eds., Oxford University Press forthcoming 2023) (with Benjamin Mason Meier).
COVID-19 and Cooperation in Times of Disaster, in The Cambridge Handbook of Disaster Law and Policy 221 (Susan S. Kuo, John Travis Marshall & Ryan Rowberry eds., 2022).[Full Text]


Kristina J. Alayan Real-World Solutions: Sweating the Small Stuff: Writing Letters of Recommendation, AALL Spectrum, Mar./Apr. 2021, at 30 (with Michelle Hook Dewey).
Chaz Arnett Black Lives Monitored (forthcoming 2023).
Data, the New Cotton, Just Tech: Social Science Research Council (May 25, 2022).[Full Text]
Taunya Lovell Banks Commemorating the Forgotten Intersection of the Fifteenth and Nineteenth Amendments, 94 St. John's Law Review 899 (2022).
Personal Identity Equality and Racial Misrecognition: Review Essay of Multiracials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination, 34 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 13 (2021).[Full Text]
Andrew Blair-Stanek Can GPT-3 Perform Statutory Reasoning?, Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law (forthcoming 2023) (with Nils Hozenberger & Benjamin Van Durme).[Full Text]
Shelter Check: Proactively Finding Tax Minimization Strategies via AI, 177 Tax Notes Federal, Dec. 12, 2022, at 1515 (with Nils Holzenberger & Benjamin Van Durme).[Full Text]
Improved Induction of Narrative Chains via Cross-Document Relations, Proceedings of the 11th Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics 208 (2022) (with Benjamin Van Durme)[Full Text]
AI for Tax Analogies and Code Renumbering, 170 Tax Notes Federal, Mar. 29, 2021, at 1997 (with Benjamin Van Durme). Demo available at[Full Text]
Richard Boldt Reasoned Judgment, 82 Maryland Law Review Online 104 (2023).[Full Text]
Mental Health Care and Intimate Partner Violence: Unasked Questions, 25 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 225 (2022) (with Delaney E. Anderson).[Full Text]
Constitutional Structure, Institutional Relationships and Text: Revisiting Charles Black's White Lectures, 54 Loyola L.A. Law Review 675 (2021).[Full Text]
Book Review, Kerwin Kaye, Enforcing Freedom: Drug Courts, Therapeutic Communities, and the Intimacies of the State, 17 Law, Culture & the Humanities 377 (2021).
Criminalization and Normalization: Some Thoughts About Offenders with Serious Mental Illness, 71 Florida Law Review Forum 229 (2021).[Full Text]
Anne-Marie Carstens Copyright's Deprivations, 96 Washington Law Review 1275 (2021).
Jennifer Elisa Chapman Fintech: Is the Water Fine?, 8 Journal of International and Comparative Law 435 (2021).
Douglas Colbert A Butterfly in COVID: Structural Racism and Baltimore's Pretrial Legal System, 82 Maryland Law Review 1 (2022) (with Colin Starger).
Karen Czapanskiy Lead and Landlords, 10 Belmont Law Review 284 (2023).[Full Text]
The Constitution, Rape, and Coerced Intercourse: No Protection Required, 35 Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers 83 (2022).[Full Text]
Vaccination, Disabled Children and Parental Income, 24 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 91 (2021).[Full Text]
Peter G. Danchin The Pandemic Paradox in International Law, 114 American Journal of International Law 598 (2020) (with Jeremy Farrall, Shruti Rana and Imogen Saunders).[Full Text]
Martha Ertman Reparations for Racial Wealth Disparities as Remedy for Social Contract Breach, 85 Law & Contemporary Problems, no. 2, 2022, at 231.
Sara Gold A Holistic Approach to Eviction Prevention During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities for the Future, 68 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 183 (2022) (with Toby Treem Guerin and Kerri McGowan Lowrey).[Full Text]
Daniel Goldberg Reimagining a U.S. Corporate Tax Increase as a Supplemental Subtraction VAT, Florida Tax Review (forthcoming 2023).
Partnership Revaluations: Book-ups Are Your Friends (Usually) - Planning with Revaluations and Their Interplay with Section 704(c), 74 Tax Lawyer 345 (2021).[Full Text]
Leigh Goodmark Criminlized Survivors and the Promise of Abolition Feminism, 17 Law Journal for Social Justice 54 (2023).
Intimate Partner Violence Training and Readiness to Respond Among Students, Staff, and Faculty in Three Institutions in the United States, Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2022) (with others). DOI: 10.1177/08862605221099948
Assessing the Impact of the Violence Against Women Act, 5 Annual Review of Criminology 115 (2022).
Beyond the Victim-Offender Binary: Legal and Anti-Violence Intervention Considerations with Women Who Have Used Force in the U.S. and Australia, Affilia, December 2021 (with others).[Full Text]
Gender-Based Violence, Law Reform, and the Criminalization of Survivors of Violence, 10 International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 13 (2021).[Full Text]
Mark Graber Partisan Supremacy in the Lincoln-Douglas Debates, 12 American Political Thought 222 (2023).
Generational and Constitutional Change, 53 DPCE Online, no. 3, 1549 (2022).[Full Text]
Justice Accused at 45: Reflections on Robert Cover's Masterwork, 37 Touro Law Review 1851 (2022) (with Sanford Levinson).[Full Text]
Essentially Contested Constitutional Revolutions, 81 Maryland Law Review 205 (2021).[Full Text]
The Post Civil-War Amendments as a Constitutional Revolution? 7 Constitutional Studies 2 (2021).
Book Review, Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present by Mary Ziegler , 108 Journal of America History 650 (2021).
Korematsu's Ancestors, 74 Arkansas Law Review 425 (2021).
Original Expectations, 52 Connecticut Law Review 1573 (2021).[Full Text]
David Gray "You Know You've Gotta Help Me Out...", 126 Pennsylvania State Law Review 337 (2022).
Bertillonage in an Age of Surveillance: Fourth Amendment Regulation of Facial Recognition Technologies, 24 SMU Science & Technology Law Review 3 (2021).
Toby Treem Guerin A Holistic Approach to Eviction Prevention During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities for the Future, 68 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 183 (2022) (with Sara Gold & Kerry McGowan Lowrey).[Full Text]
Leslie Meltzer Henry Challenges in Obtaining the Informed Perspectives of Stakeholders Regarding HIV Molecular Epidemiology, Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (Feb. 21, 2023), 10.1097/QAI.0000000000003179 (with others).
Scientific, Ethical, and Legal Considerations for the Inclusion of Pregnant People in Clinical Trials, 227 American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 805 (2022) (with others).[Full Text]
Diane Hoffmann Clinical Algorithms, Antidiscrimination Laws, and Medical Device Regulation, JAMA, Jan. 5, 2023, doi:10.1001/jama.2022.23870 (with Katherine E. Goodman & Daniel J. Morgan).
Allocating Scarce Medical Resources During a Public Health Emergency: Can We Consider Sex?, 22 Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy (forthcoming 2023) (with Katherine E. Goodman).[Full Text]
The Future of Stool Banks: A Premature Death?, 76 Food & Drug Law Journal 522 (2022) (with Felicia D. Langel, Francis B. Palumbo & Erik C. von Rosenvinge).[Full Text]
The Woman Who Cried Pain: Do Sex-Based Disparities Still Exist in the Experience and Treatment of Pain?, 50 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 519 (2022) (with Roger Fillingim & Christin Veasley).[Full Text]
The Need for Balance in Evaluating Opioid-Prescribing Policies, 112 American Journal of Public Health S28 (2022).
Probiotics and the Microbiome: How Can We Help Patients Make Sense of Probiotics? 160 Gastroenterology 614 (2021) (with others).
Reciprocity and Liability Protections During the COVID-19 Pandemic, 51 Hastings Center Report, no. 3, 5 (2021) (with Valerie Gutmann Koch).
Getting Real: The Maryland Healthcare Ethics Committee Network's COVID-19 Working Group Debriefs Lessons Learned, HEC Forum, Feb. 2021 (with others).[Full Text]
Zanada Joyner Equity and Inclusion in Remote Instruction, 26 AALL Spectrum, Jan./Feb. 2022, at 44 (with Raquel J. Gabriel).
Leader Profile, 26 AALL Spectrum, no. 2, at 24 (Nov./Dec. 2021)
Seema Kakade Environmental Evidence, University of Colorado Law Review (forthcoming 2023).
Environmental Enforceability, 30 N.Y.U. Environmental Law Journal 65 (2022).[Full Text]
Revitalizing Greenhouse Gas Permitting Inside a Biden EPA, 50 Environmental Law Reporter 10,384 (2021) (with Matt Haber).[Full Text]
Guha Krishnamurthi Equity and COVID-19 Treatment Allocation: A Questionable Criterion, Bioethics (2023), DOI: 10.1111/bioe.13132 (with Eric Vogelstein).
The Goose and the Gander: How Conservative Antidiscrimination Rulings Will Save Affirmative Action on Campus, Texas Law Review (forthcoming 2023) (with Peter N. Salib).
Against the Recidivist Premium, Tulane Law Review (forthcoming 2023).
The Oath Doesn't Require Originalist Judges, 15 Harvard Law & Policy Review 571 (2022) (with Erik Encarnacion).[Full Text]
The Case for Abolition of Criminal Confessions, 75 SMU Law Review 15 (2022).[Full Text]
The Constitutional Right to Bench Trial, 100 North Carolina Law Review 1621 (2022).[Full Text]
Optional Legislation, 107 Minnesota Law Review 297 (2022) (with Jacob Bronsther).[Full Text]
Jury Nullification in Abortion Prosecutions: An Equilibrium Theory, 72 Duke Law Journal Online 41 (2022) (with Peter N. Salib).[Full Text]
False Positivism: The Failure of the Newest Originalism, 46 BYU Law Review 401 (2021).[Full Text]
Bostock Was Bogus: Textualism, Pluralism, and Title VII, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 67 (2021) (with Mitchell N. Berman).[Full Text]
Kerri McGowan Lowrey A Holistic Approach to Eviction Prevention During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities for the Future, 68 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 183 (2022) (with Sara Gold & Tobey Treem Guerin).[Full Text]
Michael Millemann Releasing Older Prisoners Convicted of Violent Crimes: The Unger Story, 21 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class 185 (2021) (with Jennifer Elisa Chapman and Samuel P. Feder).[Full Text]
Brian Miller Religion and Local Power, 72 Mercer Law Review 531 (2021).[Full Text]
Changing Demographics and the Future of Religious Exercise, 2021 Wisconsin Law Review Forward 101.[Full Text]
A Common-Law Remedy for the Eviction Epidemic, 86 Missouri Law Review 795 (2021).[Full Text]
Paula Monopoli Pushing Boundaries, Balkinization, May 3, 2023.[Full Text]
Situating Dobbs, 14 ConLawNOW 45 (2023).[Full Text]
Gender, Voting Rights, and the Nineteenth Amendment, 20 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 91 (2022).[Full Text]
Feminist Legal History and Legal Pedagogy, 108 Virginia Law Review Online 91 (2022).[Full Text]
William Moon Anonymous Companies, 71 Duke Law Journal 1425 (2022).[Full Text]
Delaware's Global Competitiveness, 106 Iowa Law Review 1683 (2021).[Full Text]
Robert Percival Can Environmental Law Solve the "Forever Chemical" Problem?, 57 Wake Forest Law Review 101 (2022) (with Mark Nevitt).[Full Text]
The Shadow Docket, 39 The Environmental Forum 27 (2022).
Alexi Pfeffer-Gillett Unfair by Default: Arbitration's Reverse Default Judgment Problem, 171 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (forthcoming 2023).[Full Text]
Civil Disobedience in the Face of Texas's Abortion Ban, 106 Minnesota Law Review Headnotes 203 (2021).[Full Text]
Michael Pinard Reflecting on Our Turbulent Times, 28 Clinical Law Review 1 (2021) (with Phyllis Goldfarb & Randy Hertz).
Amanda C. Pustilnik Mind the Gap: Lessons Learned from Neurorights, Science & Diplomacy (Feb. 28, 2022) (with Karen S. Rommelfanger and Arleen Salles).
Beating Pain with Psychedelics: Matter over Mind?, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews (2021) (with Igor Elman & David Borsook).[Full Text]
Natalie Ram The Ethics of Human Sequences in Environmental Samples, Nature Ecology & Evolution, May 15, 2023,
Ethical and Legal Wastewater Surveillance, 379 Science 652 (2023) (with William Shuster, Lance Gable & Jeffrey L. Ram).[Full Text]
The Future of Wastewater Monitoring for the Public Health, 56 University of Richmond Law Review 911 (2022) (with Lance Gable & Jeffrey L. Ram).[Full Text]
America's Hidden National DNA Database, 100 Texas Law Review 1253 (2022).
Regulating Forensic Genetic Genealogy, 373 Science 1444 (2021) (with Erin E. Murphy and Sonia M. Suter).
Maneka Sinha The Dangers of Automated Gunshot Detection, 5 Journal of Law & Innovation 63 (2023).
Signal Detection Theory Fails to Account for Real-World Consquences of Inconclusive Decisions, 21 Law, Probability and Risk 131 (2022) (with Richard E. Gutierrez).[Full Text]
Book Review, When Innocence Is not Enough: Hidden Evidence and the Failed Promise of the Brady Rule, by Thomas L. Dybdahl, The New Press (2023), Champion, December 2022, at 61.
Radically Reimagining Forensic Evidence, 73 Alabama Law Review 879 (2022).[Full Text]
Junk Science at Sentencing, 89 George Washington Law Review 52 (2021).[Full Text]
Matiangai Sirleaf White Health as Global Health, 117 AJIL Unbound 88 (2023).[Full Text]
Do You Have to Say that You Are Black?, Third World Approaches to International Law Review: Reflections, no. 43 (June 15, 2022).[Full Text]
We Charge Vaccine Apartheid?, 50 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 726 (2022).[Full Text]
Disposable Lives: COVID-19, Vaccines, and the Uprising, 121 Columbia Law Review Forum 71 (2021).[Full Text]
Racial Valuation of Diseases, 67 UCLA Law Review 1820 (2021).[Full Text]
Jeff Sovern Six Scandals: Why We Need Consumer Protection Laws Instead of Just Markets, 11 Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review 1 (2021).[Full Text]
Max Stearns Modeling Narrowest Grounds, 89 George Washington Law Review 461 (2021).[Full Text]
Maureen Sweeney Detention as Deterrent: Denying Justice to immigrants and Asylum Seekers, 36 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 291 (2021) (with Sirine Shebaya and Dree K. Collopy).
Michael P. Van Alstine Arresting Misguided Trends in Treaty Law, 110 Kentucky Law Journal 421 (2022).
Liza Vertinsky An Institutional Solution to Build Trust in Pandemic Vaccines, 31 Harvard Public Health Review (2022), DOI:10.54111/0001/EE19 (with Yaniv Heled & Ana Santos Rutschman).[Full Text]
Righting a Reproductive Wrong: A Statutory Tort Solution to Misrepresentation by Reproductive Tissue Providers, 60 Houston Law Review 1 (2022) (with others).[Full Text]
Pharmaceutical (Re)Capture, 20 Yale Journal of Health Policy Law & Ethics 146 (2022).
Regulatory Reactivity: FDA and the Response to COVID-19, 76 Food & Drug Law Journal 318 (2021) (with Yaniv Heled & Ana Santos Rutschman).
Genetic Paparazzi: Beyond Genetic Privacy, 82 Ohio State Law Journal 409 (2021) (with Yaniv Heled).
Public-Private Litigation for Health, 2021 Utah Law Review 1173 (with Reuben Guttman).
A Wrong Without a Remedy: Leaving Parents and Children with a Hollow Victory in Lawsuits Against Unscrupulous Sperm Banks, 96 Chicago-Kent Law Review 115 (2021) (with Yaniv Heled and Timothy Lytton).
The Need for the Tort Law Necessity Defense in Intellectual Property Law, 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 127 (with Yaniv Heled & Ana Santos Rutschman).
Tiffany Yang The Prison Pleading Trap, 64 Boston College Law Review (forthcoming 2023).[Full Text]
Public Profiteering of Prison Labor, 101 North Carolina Law Review 313 (2023).[Full Text]
"Send Freedom House!": A Study in Police Abolition, 96 Washington Law Review 1067 (2021).[Full Text]