Tag Archives: SSRN

Banking and the Poor

Professor Mehrsa Baradaran recently took a new job at the University of Georgia School of Law.  We’re sad to see her go, but wish her good luck in her new position.  Just before she left, Professor Baradaran posted her newest article, How the Poor Got Cut Out of Banking, to SSRN.

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Researching Administrative Decisions

Administrative agencies are interesting creatures in our system of government.  They are part of the executive branch, but have quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial powers that must be considered when doing legal research.  Regulations, which stem from the quasi-legislative power, are not featured prominently in law school, but students may run across them occasionally in the curriculum.  [...]

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Establishment Clause Incorporation

Professor Fred Gedicks has recently posted his newest article, Establishment Clause Incorporation: A Logical, Textual, and Historical Defense, to SSRN.  For more of Professor Gedicks’ articles click here.

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Preston on the Infancy Doctrine

Professor Cheryl Preston and co-author Brandon Crowther have recently posted their article, Infancy Doctrine Inquiries, to SSRN.  The article, published in the Santa Clara Law Review, examines this contract law doctrine in light of our increasingly digital world. Update: A related article by Professor Preston was published this week in Pepperdine Law Review and posted [...]

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Race, Prediction, and Pretrial Detention

Professor Shima Baradaran has recently posted her newest article, Race, Prediction, and Pretrial Detention, to SSRN.   The article is co-authored with Professor Frank McIntyre.  Here’s the abstract: “We use a large, nationally representative and detailed database on criminal defendants to predict the likelihood that the defendant will commit a crime while on bail or other [...]

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Sovereignty and Neutrality in Cyber Conflict

Professor Eric Talbot Jensen has recently posted his newest article, Sovereignty and Neutrality in Cyber Conflict, to SSRN.   This article will be published in the Fordham International Law Journal.  For more of Professor Jensen’s works, take a look at his SSRN page.

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Wardle Papers

Professor Lynn Wardle has recently posted a number of his newest articles to SSRN. The Boundaries of Belonging: Allegiance, Purpose and the Definition of Marriage Counselors as Gatekeepers: The Professional Responsibilities of Family Lawyers in Divorce Cases The Impacts on Education and Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage and Lessons from Abortion Jurisprudence Fundamentals of the Jurisprudence of [...]

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Terminal Silliness of Secularized Religious Symbols

One of BYU Law School’s most prolific authors, Professor Fred Gedicks, has posted his newest article, Lynch v. Donnelly and the Terminal Silliness of Secularized Religious Symbols, on SSRN.  The article will be published in the Nevada Law Review.  Check out more of Professor Gedicks’ articles here.

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State of Pretrial Detention

Professor Shima Baradaran has recently posted  The State of Pretrial Detention to SSRN.  This work is a chapter in The State of Criminal Justice, which is published by the American Bar Association.  For more of Professor Baradaran’s scholarship, check out her SSRN author page.

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Fair Trade and Child Labor

Professor Shima Baradaran has recently posted one of her newest articles, Fair Trade and Child Labor, to SSRN.  This article was co-authored with Stephanie Barclay and will be published in the Columbia Human Rights Law Review.

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