Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: The Analytical Failures of the U.S. Beef Supply Chain; Corporate Board Gatekeepers; Appendix on Countermajoritarian Legislatures; What We Can Learn from the Literature on Sanctions and Ukraine

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. “Dr. Pangloss as an Agricultural Economist: The Analytic Failures of the U.S. Beef Supply Chain: …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: Ending Manner-of-Death Testimony, a Reexamination of Madison’s Enumerationist Interpretation, Democratic Opportunities Offered by State Institutions, & Pro Se Successes with Distributive Precedents

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. “Ending Manner-of-Death Testimony and Other Opinion Determinations of Crime” by KEITH A. FINDLEY (UW …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: The Gravitational Force of Future Decisions, A Commentary on Treanor’s ‘Dishonest Scrivener,’ Gender Favoritism Among Criminal Prosecutors, Compassionate Release & Decarceration, & Innovative Law Courses at UW Law

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. “The Gravitational Force of Future Decisions” Forthcoming in Philosophical Foundations of Precedent (Oxford UP) …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: America’s Amoral Constitution as Product of Self-contradictions; Rights Jurisprudence from Minority Protection to Minority Power Sharing; Constitutional Change in 2020; Popular Constitution-Making in South America; and U.S. Law School Mission Statements

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. “America’s Constitutional Contradictions” 71 American University Law Review Forum 1 (2021) by FRANCISKA COLEMAN, …

Recent UW Law Faculty Scholarship: Meaning of the Constitution’s Preamble, Authority of the Constitutional Committee of Style, Territory as a Victim of Armed Conflict, & Plea Bargaining’s Innocence Problem

Here is the latest faculty scholarship appearing in the University of Wisconsin Law School Legal Studies Research Papers series found on SSRN. Reconsidering the Constitution’s Preamble: the Words that Made Us U.S. by David S. Schwartz, UW …