Most Recent Additions*
How Crime Shapes Insurance and Insurance Shapes Crime
Tom Baker and Anja Shortland
"You’re Fired": Criminal Use of Presidential Removal Power
Claire Finkelstein and Richard Painter
Disabling Travel: Quantifying the Harm of Inaccessible Hotels to Disabled People
Kristen L. Popham, Elizabeth F. Emens, and Jasmine Harris
Gender and Deception: Moral Perceptions and Legal Responses
Gregory Klass and Tess Wilkinson-Ryan
Poverty Penalties as Human Rights Problems
Jean Galbraith, Latifa AlMarri, Lisha Bhati, Rheem Brooks, Zachary Green, Margo Hu, and Noor Irshaidat
Cyber Borders: Exercising State Sovereignty Online
Beth Simmons and Rachel Hulvey
The Scope and Legal Implications of Tracking Technologies on Hospital Websites
Allison Hoffman, Matthew S. McCoy, and Ari B. Friedman
Responding to the Call to Meaningfully Assess Institutional Review Board Effectiveness
Holly Lynch, Elisa A. Hurley, and Holly A. Taylor
What is Algorithmic Bias and Why Antitrust Agencies Should Care?
Can Computational Tools Revitalize Antitrust Enforcement?
NDAs: A Study in Rights, Wrongs, and Civil Recourse
Extending the US Food and Drug Administration’s Postmarket Authorities
Holly Lynch, Rachel E. Sachs, Sejin Lee, Matthew Herder, Joseph S. Ross, and Reshma Ramachandran
*Updated as of 09/26/23.