Submissions from 2021

Understanding & Tracking Presidential Transitions, Ashley A. Ahlbrand
(43 The CRIV Sheet 10 (Feb. 2021))

La Privatización, La Desregulación Y El Interés Público: Un Análisis Comparado, Alfred C. Aman
(214 Revista de Administración Pública 295 (April 2021))

Is New York’s Mark-to-Market Act Unconstitutionally Retroactive?, Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, David Gamage, Kirk J. Stark, and Darien Shanske
(99 Tax Notes State 541 (2021))

No Voice, No Exit, But Loyalty? Puerto Rico and Constitutional Obligation, Guy-Uriel E. Charles and Luis Fuentes-Rohwer
(26 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 133 (2021))

Goldilocks Deference, Daniel H. Cole, Elizabeth Baldwin, and Katie Meehan
(Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Early View, 2/17/2021)

Population-Based Sentencing, Jessica M. Eaglin
(106 Cornell Law Review 353 (2021))

To “Defund” the Police, Jessica M. Eaglin
(73 Stanford Law Review Online 120 (2021))

When Critical Race Theory Enters the Law & Technology Frame, Jessica M. Eaglin
(26 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 151 (2021))

Fintech's Role in Exacerbating or Reducing the Wealth Gap, Pamela Foohey and Nathalie Martin
(2021 University of Illinois Law Review 459 (2021))

How to Measure and Value Wealth for a Federal Wealth Tax Reform, David Gamage, Ari Glogower, and Kitty Richards
(Roosevelt Issue Brief, April 2021)

Maryland’s Digital Tax and the ITFA’s Catch-22, David Gamage, Darien Shanske, and Christopher Moran
(100 Tax Notes State 141 (2021))

Why a Federal Wealth Tax is Constitutional, Ari Glogower, David Gamage, and Kitty Richards
(Roosevelt Issue Brief, February 2021)

Developments in the Laws Affecting Electronic Payments and Financial Services, Sarah Jane Hughes, Steve Middlebrook, and Tom Kierner
(76 Business Lawyer 325 (2020-2021))

Lawyers for the Undocumented: Addressing a Split Circuit Dilemma for Asylum-Seekers, Jayanth K. Krishnan
(82 Ohio State Law Journal 163 (2021))

The Fraud Triangle and Tax Evasion, Leandra Lederman
(106 Iowa Law Review 1153 (2021))

Valuation as a Challenge for Tax Administration, Leandra Lederman
(96 Notre Dame Law Review 1495 (2021))

Student Services Town Hall: Inspiration from a Distance, Kimberly Mattioli, Geraldine Kalim, and Edna Lewis
(50 ALL-SIS Newsletter 2021 (Winter 2021))

How States Should Now Consider Expanding Sales Taxes to Services, Part 2, Grace Stephenson Nielsen, Gladriel Shobe, Darien Shanske, and David Gamage
(99 Tax Notes State 45 (2021))

Contracts on the Seabed, Christiana Ochoa
(46 Yale Journal of International Law 103 (2021))

Equalizing Parental Leave, Deborah A. Widiss
(105 Minnisota Law Review 1275 (2021))

Submissions from 2020

Analyzing Analytics: Litigation Analytics in Bloomberg Law, Westlaw Edge, and Lexis Advance, Ashley A. Ahlbrand
(42 The CRIV Sheet 9 (Feb. 2020))

CRIV Sheet Summaries: A Review of AALL Annual Meeting Educational Program - Legal Ethics in the Use of Artificial Intelligence, Ashley A. Ahlbrand
(42 The CRIV Sheet 12 (Nov. 2020))

CRIV Sheet Summaries: A Review of AALL Annual Meeting Educational Programming, Ashley A. Ahlbrand
(42 The CRIV Sheet 6 (Feb. 2020))

Unmarked Agents, Accountability, and the Anti-Commandeering Doctrine, Nicholas Almendares
(California Law Review Online (October 2020))

The Violence of Nosy Questions, Jeannine Bell
(100 Boston Univerity Law Review 935 (2020))

Do Founders Control Start-up Firms that Go Public?, Brian Broughman and Jesse M. Fried
(10 Harvafd Business Law Review 49 (2020))

O Brother Where Art Thou? The Struggles of African American Men in the Global Economy of the Information Age, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt

Works of Eleanor D. Kinney, Susan David deMaine
(17 Indiana Health Law Review 9 (2020))

Keeping Up with New Legal Titles, Susan David deMaine and Susan Azyndar
(112 Law Library Journal 135 (2020))

The Categorical Imperative as a Decarceral Agenda, Jessica M. Eaglin
(104 Minnesota Law Review 2715 (2020))

Foreign Corruption as Market Manipulation, Gina-Gail S. Fletcher
(2020 University of Chicago Law Review Online 15 (2020))

Consumer Bankruptcy Should be Increasingly Irrelevant - Why Isn't It?, Pamela Foohey
(36 Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal 653 (2020))

Fines, Fees, and Filing Bankruptcy, Pamela Foohey
(98 North Carolina Law Review 419 (January 2019))

The Debt Collection Pandemic, Pamela Foohey, Dalie Jimenez, and Chris Odinet
(11 California Law Review Online 222 (2020))

The Folly of Credit as Pandemic Relief, Pamela Foohey, Dalie Jimenez, and Chrisopher K. Odinet
(68 UCLA Law Review Discourse 126 (2020))

Cares Act Gimmicks: How Not to Give People Money During a Pandemic and What to Do Instead, Pamela Foohey, Dalie Jimenez, and Christopher K. Odinet
(2020 University of Illinois Law Review Online 222 (2020))

Consumer Bankruptcy Panel: Bringing Relevance Back to Consumer Bankruptcy, Pamela Foohey, Daniel Keating, David A. Lander, Nathalie Martin, and Sage M. Sigler
(36 Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal 553 (2020))

States Should Quickly Reform Unemployment Insurance, Brian Galle, David Gamage, Erin Scharff, and Darien Shanske
(96 Tax Notes State 635 (2020))

Conformity and State Income Taxes: Suggestions for the Crisis, David Gamage and Michael A. Livingston
(96 Tax Notes State 1353 (2020))

States Should Consider Partial Wealth Tax Reforms, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(96 Tax Notes State 859 (2020))

Tax Cannibalization by State Corporate Taxes: Revised Estimates, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(95 Tax Notes State 487 (2020))

The Case for State Borrowing as a Response to the Current Crisis, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(97 Tax Notes State 1337 (2020))

Judicial Independence: Tweak the Guiding Paradigm, Charles G. Geyh
(104 Judicature 67 (2020))

Do Blockchain Technologies Make Us Safer? Do Cryptocurrencies Necessarily Make Us Less Safe?, Sarah Jane Hughes
(55 Texas International Law Journal 373 (2020))

Intentional Professional Development in Changing Times, Maggie Kiel-Morse
(40 ALL-SIS Newsletter 4 (Fall 2020))

Program Review: Empowering Foreign LLM Students to Learn and Thrive, Maggie Kiel-Morse
(3 PEGA-SIS Newsletter (October 2020 Blog))

Developments in the Laws Affecting Electronic Payments and Financial Services, Tom Kierner, Steve Middlebrook, and Sarah Jane Hughes
(75 Business Lawyer 1695 (2019-2020))

Bhopal in the Federal Courts: How Indian Victims Failed to Get Justice, Jayanth K. Krishnan
(73 Rutgers University Law Review 705 (2020))

International Lawyers as Disrupters of Corruption: Business and Human Rights in Africa’s Most Populous Country—Nigeria, Jayanth K. Krishnan
(18 Northwestern Joural of Human Rights 93 (2020))

Examining the Anomalies, Explaining the Value: Should the USA FREEDOM Act’s Metadata Program be Extended?, Susan Landau and Asaf Lubin
(11 Harvard National Security Journal 308 (2020))

Information Matters in Tax Enforcement, Leandra Lederman and Joseph C. Dugan
(2020 Brigham Young Law Review 145 (2020))

Hacking for Intelligence Collection in the Fight Against Terrorism: Israeli, Comparative, and International Perspectives, Asaf Lubin
(13 HUKIM-The Israeli Journal on Legislation 251 (2020))

The Liberty to Spy, Asaf Lubin
(61 Harvard Internnational Law Journal 185 (2020))

The International Law of Rabble Rousing, Asaf Lubin and Hendrick Townley
(45 Yale Journal of International Law Online 1 (March 2020))

Understanding Illicit Insemination and Fertility Fraud from Patient Experience to Legal Reform, Jody L. Madeira
(39 Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 110 (2020))

IVF Errors - Is This Only the Tip of the Iceberg?, Jody L. Madeira, Steven R. Lindheim MD, and Mark P. Trolice
(Fertility and Sterility Dialog (January 25, 2020))

Touring the Lilly Library, Kimberly Mattioli
(39 ALL-SIS Newsletter 5 (Winter 2021))

Dean's Perspective: The Bar Exam: It's Time for Indiana to Adopt a Uniform Bar Exam, Austen L. Parrish
(63 Res Gestae 10 (April 2020))

Doing Unrepresented Status: The Social Construction and Production of Pro Se Persons, Victor D. Quintanilla
(69 Depaul Law Review 543 (2020))

Productive Mindset Interventions Mitigate Psychological Friction and Improve Well-Being for Bar Exam Takers, Victor D. Quintanilla and Sam Erman
(3 Raising the Bar 7 (January 2020))

Circumventing Standing to Appeal, Ryan W. Scott
(72 Florida Law Review 741 (2020))

Reforming State Corporate Income Taxes Can Yield Billions, Darien Shanske, Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, and David Gamage
(96 State Tax Notes 1211 (2020))

How the Federal Reserve Should Help States and Localities Right Now, Darien Shanske and David Gamage
(96 Tax Notes State 765 (2020))

Tax Cannibalization by State Corporate Taxes: Policy Implications, Darien Shanske and David Gamage
(95 Tax Notes State 161 (2020))

The Ordinary Diet of the Law: How to Interpret Public Law 86-272, Darien Shanske and David Gamage
(96 Tax Notes State 161 (2020))

Strategic Nonconformity to the TCJA, Part I: Personal Income Taxes, Darien Shanske, Adam Thimmesch, and David Gamage
(97 Tax Notes State 17 (2020))

Why States Should Consider Expanding Sales Taxes To Services, Part 1, Gladriel Shobe, Grace Stephenson Nielsen, Darien Shanske, and David Gamage
(98 Tax Notes State 1349 (2020))

Why States Should Now Consider Expanding Sales Taxes to Services, Part 1, Gladriel Shobe, Grace Stephenson Nielsen, Darien Shanske, and David Gamage
(98 Tax Notes State 1349 (2020))

Teaching Information Privacy Law, Joseph A. Tomain
(59 Washburn Law Journal 445 (2020))

Communication Breakdown: How Courts Do - and Don't - Respond to Statutory Overrides, Deborah A. Widiss
(104 Judicature 50 (2020))

Le role politique de la Cour supreme, toujours recommence, Elisabeth Zoller
(No. 42 La Semaine Du Droit 1796 (2020))

Les Deux Constitutions de John Marshall : une Relecture de l’arrêt Marbury v. Madison, Elisabeth Zoller
(123 Revue Française de droit Constitutionnel 521 (2020))

Submissions from 2019

Memorializing the Right to Free Speech: Hess v. Indiana and the IU Bicentennial, Ashley A. Ahlbrand
(32 InULA Notes (Dec. 2019) 22)

Comments on Executive Ruilemaking and Democratic Legitimacy: "Reform" in the United States and the United Kingdom's Brexit by Susan Rose-Ackerman, Nicholas Almendares
(94 Chicago-Ken Law Review 569 (2019))

Private Government and the Transparency Deficit, Alfred C. Aman and Landyn W. Rookard
(71 Administrative Law Review 437 (2019))

Court Personnel Attitudes Towards Medication-assisted Treatment: A Statewide Survey, Barbara Andraka-Christou, Meghan Gabriel, Jody L. Madeira, and Rod D. Silverman
(104 Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 72 (2019))

New Services for Families in the DC Superior Court, Amy Applegate, Jeannie M. Adams, Connie J. Beck, Amy Holtzworth-Munroe, and Fernanda S. rossi
(25 Dispute Resolution Magazine 20 (Spring 2019))

The Hidden Fences Shaping Resegregation, Jeannine Bell
(54 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 813 (2019))

Out of Bounds: A Critical Race Theory Perspective on "Pay for Play", Kevin D. Brown and Antonio Williams
(29 Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport 30 (2019))

Public Regulation and Private Enforcement in a Global Economy: Strategies for Managing Conflict, Hannah L. Buxbaum
(399 Recueil des Cours/Collected Courses 267 (2019))

If the Legislature Had Been Serious About Data Privacy..., Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Orla Lynskey, Christopher Millard, Nora Ni Loideain, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(9 International Data Privacy Law 75 (2019))

Introducing the Global Data Privacy Prize, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Orla Lynskey, Christopher Millard, Nora Ni Loideain, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(9 International Data Privacy Law 1 (2019))

Combining the IAD and SES Frameworks, Daniel H. Cole, Graham Epstein, and Michael D. McGinnis
(13 International Journal of the Commons 1 (2019))

Animus and Its Alternatives: Constitutional Principle and Judicial Prudence, Daniel O. Conkle
(48 Stetson Law Review 195 (2019))

Foreword (Public Law), Paul Craig
(2019 Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal 11)

Keeping Up with New Legal Titles, Susan David deMaine and Susan Azyndar
(111 Law Library Journal 439 (2019))

Keeping Up with New Legal Titles, Susan David deMaine and Susan Azyndar
(111 Law Library Journal 255 (2019))

Keeping Up with New Legal Titles, Susan David deMaine and Susan Azyndar
(111 Law Library Journal 591 (2019))

Digitizing the Indiana Code, Susan David deMaine and Benjamin J. Keele
(26 Newsletter of the Legal History & Rare Books SIS of the American Association of Law Libraries 19 (Fall 2019))

Stepping up Access to the Indiana Code: Partnering for Increased Access and Preservation, Susan David deMaine, Benjamin J. Keele, and Hannah Alcasid

Technologically Distorted Conceptions of Punishment, Jessica M. Eaglin
(97 Washington University Law Review 483 (2019))

Bounding Forward, Robert L. Fischman
(36 Environmental Law Forum 25 (Sept.-Oct. 2019))

Engineered Credit Default Swaps: Innovative or Manipulative?, Gina-Gail S. Fletcher
(94 New York University Law Review 1073 (2019))

A New Deal for Debtors: Providing Procedural Justice in Consumer Bankruptcy, Pamela Foohey
(60 Boston College Law Review 2297 (2019))

Slouching Toward Universality: A Brief History of Race, Voting, and Political Participation, Luis Fuentes-Rohwer and Guy-Uriel Charles
(62 Howard Law Journal 809 (2019))

Dirty Thinking About Law and Democracy in Rucho v. Common Cause, Luis Fuentes-Rohwer and Guy-Uriel E. Charles
(2018-19 American Constitution Society Supreme Court Review 293 (2019))

The Games They Will Play: Tax Games, Roadblocks, and Glitches Under the 2017 Tax Legislation, David Gamage and David Kamin
(103 Minnesota Law Review 1439 (2019))

On Yang's Proposed Federal Tax on Subnational Tax Incentives, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(94 State Tax Notes 25 (Oct. 7, 2019))

States Should Conform to GILTI, Part 3: Elevator Pitch and Q & A, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(94 State Tax Notes 121 (Oct. 14, 2019))

Why States Can Tax the GILTI, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(91 State Tax Notes 967 (2019))