Rodger Citron (& Dahlia Lithwick), SCOTUS Thinks It Can End Abortion Because Sexism Is Solved, SLATE (Dec. 9, 2021).
Ilene S. Cooper, Closing Comments at the Close of the Year, N.Y.L.J. (Dec. 6, 2021).
Michael Lewyn, Book Review: Autonorama, PLANETIZEN (Dec. 6, 2021).
Michael Lewyn, Corporate Housing; Supply and Demand, PLANETIZEN (Dec. 22, 2021).
Patricia Salkin, New Stories, Same Old Ethics in Land Use Challenges, 44(11) ZONING AND PLANNING LAW REPORTS NL 1 (2021).
Michelle Zakarin, From Zero to Forty: Legal Writing Assessment Points that Just Make Sense, Legal Writing Institute One-Day Conference, Stetson University College of Law (Dec. 3, 2021).
Samuel Levine, was interviewed in, Was Yosef on the Spectrum?, THE AUTISTIC ME PODCAST (Dec. 14, 2021).
Denise Marzano-Doty, was interviewed in, Adam McCann, 2021’s States with the Best Elder-Abuse Protections, WALLETHUB (Dec. 1, 2021).
Dan Subotnik, was interviewed in, David M. Zimmer, Modern-Day Push to Ban Books, Curb Criticism Puts Intellectual Strain on Libraries, Educators, THE RECORD (Dec. 12, 2021).
William Brooks, The Privatization of the Civil Commitment Process and the State Action Doctrine: Have the Mentally Ill Been Systematically Stripped of Their Fourteenth Amendment Rights?, 40 DUQ. L. REV. 1 (2001), was cited in, Justin Aimonetti, Derivative Immunity As Savior from State Actor Status, 34 REGENT U. L. REV. 107 (2022).
Laura Dooley, National Juries for National Cases: Preserving Citizen Participation in Large-Scale Litigation, 83 N.Y.U. L. REV. 411 (2008), was cited in, Christopher Robertson & Michael Shammas, The Jury Trial Reinvented, 9 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 109 (2021).
Laura Dooley, Our Juries our Selves: The Power Perception and Politics of the Civil Jury, 80 CORNELL L. REV. 325 (1994), was cited in, David Gilles, Du Petit Jury Au Jury De Medietate Linguae En Amérique Du Nord: La Quête D'une Institution Représentative D'une Liberté Anglaise, 49 REVUE DE DROIT DE L'UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE 131 (2019).
Eileen Kaufman (with Andrea Anne Curcio & Carol L. Chomsky), Testing, Diversity, and Merit: A Reply to Dan Subotnik and Others, 9 U. Mass. L. Rev. 206 (2014), was cited in, Leanne Fuith, Is There a Better Way to Admit Lawyers? The Future of the Bar Exam Needs a Hard Look, BENCH & BAR MINN. (Dec. 2021).
Tal Kastner (with Ethan J. Leib), Contract Creep, 107 GEO. L.J. 1277 (2019), was cited in, Christina Koningisor, Secrecy Creep, 169 U. PA. L. REV. 1751 (2021).
Deseriee Kennedy, Using the NFL as a Model? Considering Zero Tolerance in the Workplace for Batterers, 45 U. BALT. L. REV. 293 (2016), was cited in, Dorchy v. Fifth Third Bank, 2021 Minn. App. Unpub. 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 241850 (E.D. Mich. Dec. 17, 2021).
Samuel Levine, Capital Punishment in Jewish Law and its Application to the American Legal System: A Conceptual Overview, 29 ST. MARY’S L.J. 1037 (1998) & Samuel Levine, Looking Beyond the Mercy/Justice Dichotomy: Reflections on the Complementary Roles of Mercy and Justice in Jewish Law and Tradition, 45 J. CATH. LEG. STUD. 455 (2006), were cited in, Yehiel Kaplan, Mercy in American Law: The Promise of the Adoption of the Outlook of Jewish Law, 37 TOURO L. REV. 1193 (2021).
Samuel Levine, Rethinking the Supreme Court's Hands-Off Approach to Questions of Religious Practice and Belief, 25 FORDHAM URB. L.J. 85 (1997) & Samuel Levine, The Supreme Court's Hands-Off Approach to Religious Doctrine: An Introduction, 84 NOTRE DAME L. REV. 793 (2009), were cited in, Samantha Sparacino, Debunking “De Minimis” Violations of Prisoners’ Religious Rights: Further Problems with the Supreme Court’s “Hands Off” Approach, 37 TOURO L. REV. 1673 (2021).
Samuel Levine, JEWISH LAW AND AMERICAN LAW: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (2018); Samuel Levine, An Introduction to Legislation in Jewish Law, with References to the American Legal System, 29 SETON HALL L. REV. 916 (1999); and Samuel Levine, Of Inkblots and Omnisignificance: Conceptualizing Secondary and Symbolic Functions of the Ninth Amendment, in a Comparative Hermeneutic Framework, MICH. STATE L. REV. 277 (2009), were cited in, Shlomo C. Pill, Freedom to Sin: A Jewish Jurisprudence of Religious Free Exercise, 34 REGENT U. L. REV. 1 (2022).
Samuel Levine, Religious Symbols and Religious Garb in the Courtroom: Personal Values and Public Judgments, 66 FORDHAM L. REV. 1505 (1997), was cited in, Mateusz Stępień & Michał Dudek, The Courtroom as a Built Environment: On the Usefulness of Amos Rapoport's Theoretical Framework, OÑATI SOCIO-LEGAL SERIES (2021).
Samuel Levine, Taking Ethical Discretion Seriously: Ethical Deliberation as Ethical Obligation, 37 IND. L. REV. 21 (2003), was cited in, Devon Bombassei, Child Abuse Disclosure by Lawyers: An "Agency-Capability" Approach, 14 WASH. U. JURISPRUDENCE REV. 1 (2021).
Michael Lewyn, Character Counts: The “Character of the Government Action” in Regulatory Takings Actions, 40 SETON HALL L. REV. 597 (2010), was cited in, Rebecca Hansen, Can Procedure Take?: The Judicial Takings Doctrine and Court Procedure, 88 U. CHI. L. REV. 1875 (2021).
Michael Lewyn, How Overregulation Creates Sprawl (Even in a City without Zoning), 50 WAYNE L. REV. 1171 (2005), was cited in, David Schleicher, Exclusionary Zoning's Confused Defenders, 2021 WIS. L. REV. 1315 (2021).
Michael Lewyn, Two Cheers for Instant Runoff Voting, 6 PHX. L. REV. 117 (2012), was cited in, Edward B. Foley, Tournament Elections with Round-Robin Primaries: A Sports Analogy for Electoral Reform, 2021 WIS. L. REV. 1187 (2021).
Michael Lewyn, Yes to Infill, No to Nuisance, 42 FORDHAM URB. L.J. 841 (2015), was cited in, Anika Singh Lemar, Overparticipation: Designing Effective Land Use Public Processes, 90 FORDHAM L. REV. 1083 (2021).
John Linarelli, Artificial General Intelligence and Contract, 24 UNIF. L. REV. 330 (2019), was cited in, Andrea Stazi, Overparticipation: Peculiarities and Regulation of Electronic Bargaining, SMART CONT. & COMP. L. (2021); and Anna Beckers & Gunther Teubner, THREE LIABILITY REGIMES FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: ALGORITHMIC ACTANTS, HYBRIDS, CROWDS (Bloomsbury 2021).
John Linarelli, Luck, Justice and Systemic Financial Risk, 34 J. APPLIED PHIL. 1 (2015), was cited in Ziyan Xu & Wenxue Zhou, A Data Technology Oriented to Information Fusion to Build an Intelligent Accounting Computerized Model, 2021 SCI. PROGRAMMING _ (2021); Li Guo, Kunlin Zhu, & Ruijun Duan, Analysis of Economic Development Trend in Postepidemic Era Based on Improved Clustering Algorithm, 2021 SCI. PROGRAMMING _ (2021); and Jakob Moggia, Moral Responsibility for Systemic Financial Risk, 169(3) J. BUS. ETHICS 461 (2021).
John Linarelli (with Sue Arrowsmith & Don Wallace Jr), REGULATING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (2000), was cited in, Iryna Drozd, et al, Audit Assessment of the Effectiveness of Public Procurement Procedures, 12(3) INDEP. J. MGMT. & PROD. 85 (2021); PUBLIC PROCUREMENT REGULATION IN (A) CRISIS?: GLOBAL LESSONS FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC (Sue Arrowsmith, Luke RA Butler, Annamaria La Chimia & Christopher Yukins, eds., Bloomsbury 2021); Siwarut Laikram & Shubham Pathak, Public Procurement Regulation: Increasing Developing Integration in Asean. 24(6) J. LEGAL, ETHICAL & REGUL. ISSUES 1 (2021); David Wickens, Deterministic Application of Process-centric Law to the System-centric Requirements of Procurement Procedures, 24(1) POTCHEFSTROOM ELEC. L.J. 1 (2021); Ndatega Victoria Asheela-Shikalepo & Tapiwa Victor Warikandwa, Public Procurement Policy and Administrative Justice in Namibia, in GLOBAL JURISPRUDENTIAL APARTHEID IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: UNIVERSALISM AND PARTICULARISM IN INTERNATIONAL LAW (2021); Marta Andhov & Deividas Soloveičik, The Relationship between Initial Tender and Mini-Competition: EU and Lithuanian Perspectives on Framework Agreements, 121 TEISĖ 45 (2021); Leonardo Lima e Sá, Technical Criteria for the Procurement of Architectural Services in Brazil (2021) (Doctoral dissertation, École nationale d’administration publique); Matheus PereiraLibório, Patricia Bernardes, Petr Iakovlevitch Ekel & Ivo Teixeira Gico Júnior, The Approach of the Economic Analysis of Law in Public Contracts: A Systematic Review of the Brazilian Literature, 12(2) ECON. ANALYSIS L. REV. 110 (2021); Julius Higiro, Effect of Procurement Planning on Performance of Public Institutions in Rwanda: Case of Kicukiro District, 5(6) INT’L J. BUS. MGMT. & TECH. 64 (2021); and L.I. Fedorovsky, A New Solution to the Scientific Problem of Improving the Mechanisms of Public Procurement Management in the Context of Digitalization of the Ukrainian Economy (Dissertation 2021).
John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah), THE MISERY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW: CONFRONTATIONS WITH INJUSTICE IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY (2018), was cited in, Kalana Senaratne, INTERNAL SELF-DETERMINATION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW: HISTORY, THEORY AND PRACTICE (Cambridge Univ. Press 2021); Kinnari Bhatt & Gamze ErdemTürkelli, OECD National Contact Points as Sites of Effective Remedy: New Expressions of the Role and Rule of Law within Market Globalization?, 6(3) BUS. & HUM. RTS. J. 423 (2021); Onyeka Osuji, Equity and Regulation, in THE PALGRAVE HANDBOOK OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (2021); Moshen Al Attar, M., Must International Legal Pedagogy Remain Eurocentric?. 11(1) ASIAN J. INT’L L. 176 (2021); Shen Wei, DECODING CHINESE BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATIES (Cambridge Univ. Press 2021); Nicolás M. Perrone, INVESTMENT TREATIES AND THE LEGAL IMAGINATION: HOW FOREIGN INVESTORS PLAY BY THEIR OWN RULES (Oxford Univ. Press 2021); Dunia Prince Zongwe, Book Review: T Kondo, Law and Investment in Africa: The Governance of Foreign Direct Investment in Zimbabwe, 25 L. DEMOCRACY & DEV. 463 (2021); Kriton Dionysiou, The Backlash Against Investment Treaty Arbitration: Treat the Cause and Not the Symptom, in CETA'S INVESTMENT CHAPTER (Springer 2021); Artur Harutyunyan, How Large Food Manufacturers Affect Country and its Population (2021) (Bachelor Thesis, Charles Univ.); Mikaela Heikkilä & Maija Mustaniemi-Laakso, Inequality, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LAW AND DEVELOPMENT (Edward Elgar 2021); Celine Tan, Enabling International Environment, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LAW AND DEVELOPMENT (Edward Elgar 2021); and Magali Favaretto Fernandes, Theofilo Aquino & Maria Eugenia Kroetz, Managing Rodrick's Trilemma through International Law's Value Reorientation (2021).
John Linarelli, Debt in Just Societies: A General Framework for Regulating Credit, 4 REGUL. & GOVERNANCE 409 (2020), was cited in, Iris HY. Chiu, Andreas Kokkinis & Andrea Miglionico, Addressing the Challenges of Post-Pandemic Debt Management in the Consumer and SME Sectors: A Proposal for the Roles of UK Financial Regulators, J. BANKING REGUL. (2021); and Di Johnson, John Rodwell & Thomas Hendry, Analyzing the Impacts of Financial Services Regulation to Make the Case That Buy-Now-Pay-Later Regulation Is Failing, 13(4) SUSTAINABILITY 1992 (2021).
John Linarelli, The Economics of Uniform Laws and Uniform Law Making, 48 WAYNE L. REV. 1387 (2003), was cited in, Franco Ferrari, FORUM SHOPPING DESPITE UNIFICATION OF LAW (Brill 2021); and Bertrand Crettez & Olivier Musy, The Paradox of Legal Unification, 177(1) J. INST. & THEORETICAL ECON. 97 (2021).
John Linarelli, International Trade Relations and Separation of Powers under the United States Constitution, 13 DICK. J. INT'L L. 203 (1995), was cited in, T. Renee Bowen, J. Lawrence Broz & B. Peter Rosendorff, Trade Policy Transitions: Three Eras of US Trade Policy, TECH. REP. (New York Univ. 2021).
John Linarelli (with Chios Carmody & Frank Garcia), GLOBAL JUSTICE AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW: OPPORTUNITIES AND PROSPECTS (Cambridge Univ. Press 2012), was cited in, Andreas Buser, EMERGING POWERS, GLOBAL JUSTICE AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW (Springer 2021).
John Linarelli, Legal Certainty: A Common Law View and a Critique, in THE SHIFTING MEANING OF LEGAL CERTAINTY IN COMPARATIVE AND TRANSNATIONAL LAW (Hart 2017), was cited in, Nathalie Swinkels, Consistent Interpretation and Application of Articles 3 and 13 of the Hague Child Abduction Convention in the United States and the Netherlands: A Matter of Vigilance (2021) (Doctoral Thesis, Tilburg Univ.); and T.S. Podorozhna & O.S. Kotukha, Implementation of the Principle of Legal Significance through the Prism of Protection of Constitutional Rights and Freedoms of Man and Citizen, 10 BULL. LTEU 72 (2021).
John Linarelli, The Limited Case for Permitting SME Procurement Preferences in the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement, in THE WTO REGIME ON GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT: CHALLENGE AND REFORM (Cambridge Univ. Press 2011), was cited in, Barbara Allen, Does Strategic Public Procurement for SMEs Work?, 2021(2) EVIDENCE BASE 39 (2021).
John Linarelli, Organizations Matter: They Are Institutions, After All, 6(1) J. INST. ECON. 83 (Mar. 2010), was cited in, D.A. Sheikin, I.V. Mitrofanova, N.N. Kiseleva & N.G. Glazkova, DEVELOPMENT OF TERRITORIAL CLUSTERS: AN INSTITUTIONAL APPROACH (2021).
John Linarelli, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Post-Cold War Era, 16 U. PA. J. INT’L L. 373 (1995), was cited in, James D. Fry, Bryane Michael & Natasha Pushkarna, THE VALUES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (Manchester Univ. Press 2021).
John Linarelli, Toward a Political Theory for Private International Law, 26 DUKE J. COMP. & INT’L L. 299 (2016), was cited in, Symeon C. Symeonides, PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: IDEALISM, PRAGMATISM, ECLECTICISM (Brill 2021).
Jeffrey Morris, CALMLY TO POISE THE SCALES OF JUSTICE: A HISTORY OF THE COURTS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT (2001), was cited in, Ryan Kirk, A National Court for National Relief: Centralizing Requests for Nationwide Injunctions in the D.C. Circuit, 88 TENN. L. REV. 515 (2021).
Jeffrey Morris, LEADERSHIP ON THE FEDERAL BENCH: THE CRAFT AND ACTIVISM OF JACK WEINSTEIN (2011), was cited in, John C. Coffee, Jr., Jack Weinstein: Last of the Mohicans?, NEWSTEX: CLS BLUE SKY BLOG (Dec. 2, 2021).
Tracy Norton, Online Assessment in Action, Conference on the Online & Hybrid Learning Pedagogy: Toward Defining Best Practices in Legal Education, Univ. Denver Sturm College of Law (Sept. 27, 2019), was cited in David I. C. Thomson, Elements of Effective Online Instruction in Law, 65 ST. LOUIS U. L.J. 703 (2021).
Patricia Salkin, AMERICAN LAW OF ZONING (5th ed. 2021), was cited in, Croix Holdings v. City of Newport, 2021 Minn. App. Unpub. LEXIS 988 (Dec. 20, 2021).
Patricia Salkin, AMERICAN LAW OF ZONING (5th ed. Supp. 2021), was cited in, Anika Singh Lemar, Overparticipation: Designing Effective Land Use Public Processes, 90 FORDHAM L. REV. 1083 (2021).
Patricia Salkin, AMERICAN LAW OF ZONING (5th ed. 2021), was cited in, Michael Allan Wolf, Zoning Reformed, 70 U. KAN. L. REV. 171 (2021).
Patricia Salkin (with Amy Lavine), The Genesis of RLUIPA and Federalism: Evaluating the Creation of a Federal Statutory Right and Its Impact on Local Government, 40 URB. LAW. 195 (2008), was cited in, Menachem Polishuk, RLUIPA'S Hidden Third-Party Harms on Landowners and Local Governments, 42 CARDOZO L. REV. 2615 (2021).
Patricia Salkin, The Quiet Revolution and Federalism: Into the Future, 45 J. MARSHALL L. REV. 253 (2012), was cited in, William R. Corbett, Firing Employment at Will and Discharging Termination Claims from Employment Discrimination: A Cooperative Federalism Approach to Improve Employment Law, 42 CARDOZO L. REV. 2281 (2021).
Martin Schwartz (with Karen Blum & Erwin Chemerinsky), Qualified Immunity Developments: Not Much Hope Left for Plaintiffs, 29 TOURO L. REV. 633 (2013), was cited in, Benjamin S. Levine, "Obvious Injustice" and Qualified Immunity: The Legacy of Hope v. Pelzer, 68 UCLA L. REV. 842 (2021).
Martin Schwartz, SEC. 1983 LITIG. CLAIMS & DEFENSES (4th ed. 2020), was cited in, Doe v. Montgomery Cty. Bd. of Educ., 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 244900 (D. Md. Dec. 23, 2021).
Martin Schwartz, SEC. 1983 LITIG. CLAIMS & DEFENSES (4th ed. 2020), was cited in, Peter N.K. Schuetz, Fly in the Face of Bias: Algorithmic Bias in Law Enforcement's Facial Recognition Technology and the Need for an Adaptive Legal Framework, 39 MINN. J.L. & INEQ. 221 (2021).
Marjorie Silver (with Jonathan L. F. Silver), The Behavior of Justice Douglas in Federal Tax Cases, 122 U. PA. L. REV. 235 (1974), was cited in, Gregory A. Caldeira & Daniel Lempert, Justice-Level Heterogeneity in Certiorari Voting: US Supreme Court October Terms 1939, 1968, and 1982, 2021 POL. SCI. RES. & METHODS 1 (2021).
Marjorie Silver, Love, Hate, and Other Emotional Interference in the Lawyer/Client Relationship, 6 CLINICAL L. REV. 259 (1999), was cited in, Laila L. Hlass & Lindsay M. Harris, Critical Interviewing, 2021 UTAH L. REV. 683 (2021).
Sol Wachtler, AFTER THE MADNESS: A JUDGE'S OWN PRISON MEMOIR (1997), was cited in, Justin Drivera & Emma Kaufman, The Incoherence of Prison Law, 135 HARV. L. REV. 515 (2021).