Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: Making Sense of 303 Creative: A Free Speech Solution in Search of a Problem; The Lost Promise of Private Ordering; Time & Punishment; Pooling and Exchanging Competitively Sensitive Information Among Rivals: Absolutely Illegal Not Just Unreasonable; The Constitutional Case Against Exclusionary Zoning

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. Making Sense of 303 Creative: A Free Speech Solution in Search of a Problem Univ. …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: Unpacking State Legislative Vetoes; How to Break Up Amazon; Specialist Directors; Mandatory Equity Issuances as a First-Best Solution to Punishing Corporate Misconduct

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. Unpacking State Legislative Vetoes Univ. Wis. Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1788 (2024) by DEREK …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: The Right to Amend State Constitutions; State Constitutional Rights and Democratic Proportionality; Legal Responses to Techlaw Uncertainties; The Rise of Private Equity Continuation Funds

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. The Right to Amend State Constitutions Yale Law Journal Forum (forthcoming) by MIRIAM SEIFTER, UW …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: Regulation of the Legal Profession in China: A Historical Overview; Taxing Composite Transactions; Interpreting Ratification; Nonmarital Fathers in Family Court: Judges’ and Lawyers’ Perspectives; Litigating Precarity: Low-Wage Workers and Child Support Enforcement

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. Regulation of the Legal Profession in China: An Historical Overview China Law & Society Review …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: Spillover Tax Precedent; A Theory of Stategraft; The Not-so-great Transformation; The Content of the Hollow Core of Antitrust: The Chicago Board of Trade Case and the Meaning of the “Rule of Reason” in Restraint of Trade Analysis; Between Principles and Power: Water Law Principles & The Governance of Water in Post-Apartheid South Africa; and Why Do People Form Law-Abiding Attitudes Under Authoritarianism: The Case of Russia

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. Spillover Tax Precedent 2021 Wis. L. Rev. 657 (2021) by SUSANNAH CAMIC TAHK, UW Law …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: The Anatomy of Cancel Culture; The First French BIT; Taxpayers’ Tax Election Regrets; The International Law Origins of Compact Theory: A Critique of Bellia & Clark on Federalism; and Transparency, Accountability, and Influence in the International Investment Law System

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. The Anatomy of Cancel Culture 2 Journal of Free Speech Law 205 (2022) by FRANCISKA …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: Impeachment and the Rule of Law: It’s Complicated; The Original Meaning of Enumerated Powers; Saving Democracy, State by State?; and Gender, Race, and Judicial Power

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. Impeachment and the Rule of Law: It’s Complicated Forthcoming in Flinders, Huq, Monaghan, eds., Impeachment …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: The Tax-Invisible Labor Problem: Care, Work, Kinship, and Income Security Programs in the IRC; The Future of Civil Society Research in China, Hong Kong and Vietnam; Modified Textualism in Wisconsin: A Case Study; Beyond Perfect- Reforming the Economic Analysis of Public Policy; Chapter Eight- Technology and the Law: The Automobile; Foreword: Willard Hurt’s Unpublished Manuscript on Law, Technology, and Regulation; and Structuring Techlaw

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. “The Tax-Invisible Labor Problem: Care, Work, Kinship, and Income Security Programs in the IRC” 102 …