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Philosophy Research

Anita Allen

    PRIVACY LAW AND SOCIETY (3d ed., West 2016).

    The Duty to Protect Your Own Privacy, in PRIVACY, SECURITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY: ETHICS, LAW AND POLICY (Adam Moore ed., Rowman & Littlefield 2016).

    Cognitive Enhancement and Beyond: Recommendations from the Bioethics Commission, 19 TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES 549 (2015) (with Nicolle K. Strand).

    Compliance-Limited Health Privacy Laws, in SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF PRIVACY: INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES (Beate Roessler and Dorota Mokrosinka eds., Cambridge U. Press 2015).

    Medicine in the Twenty-first Century: Ethical Means and Ends, in DIMENSIONS OF GOODNESS (Vittorio Hösle, ed., Cambridge Scholars, 2013).

    The Offensive Internet: Speech, Privacy, and Reputation, 26 ETHICS & INT'L AFF. 152 (2012). (book review)

    Was I Entitled or Should I Apologize: Affirmative Action Going Forward, 15 J. ETHICS 253 (2011).


    Hijabs and Headwraps: the Case for Tolerance, in FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN A DIVERSE WORLD 115 (Deirdre Golash, ed., Springer 2010).

    Privacy and Confidentiality, in PENN CENTER GUIDE TO BIOETHICS (Vardit Ravitsky, Autumn Fiester, & Arthur L. Caplan, eds., Springer 2009).

Regina Austin

Shyamkrishna Balganesh

    The Immanent Rationality of Copyright Law, 115 MICH. L. REV. 1047 (2017).

    The Folklore and Symbolism of Authorship in American Copyright Law, 54 HOUS. L. REV. 403 (2016).

Mitchell Berman

    Sprints, Sports, and Suits, 40 J. PHIL. SPORT 163 (2013).

    The Justification of Punishment, in THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO PHILOSOPHY OF LAW 141 (Andrei Marmor ed., Routledge 2012).

Stephanos Bibas

Howard Chang

Ryan Doerfler

William Ewald


    The Search for Mathematical Roots, 40 BULL. AM. MATHEMATICAL SOC’Y 125 (2005).

Claire Finkelstein

    Contract Under Coercion: Should You Keep a Contract with a Robber? (manuscript available upon request).

    CONTRACTARIAN LEGAL THEORY (book manuscript available upon request).

    On Doing Something Unintended, Intentionally.

    Hobbes on Contract

    Killing in War and the Moral Equality Thesis, 32 SOC. PHIL. & POL'Y 184 (2016).

    Toward a Contractarian Theory of Law, in LAW AND SOCIAL ECONOMICS: ESSAYS IN ETHICAL VALUES FOR THEORY, PRACTICE, AND POLICY (Mark D. White, ed., Palgrave Macmillan 2015).

    Hobbesian Legal Reasoning and the Problem of Wicked Laws, in HOBBES TODAY (Sharon Lloyd, ed., Cambridge 2013).

    Contractarianism, in ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY (Fred D’Agostino and Gerry Gaus, eds., Routledge 2012).

Michael Fitts

    Back to the Future: The Supreme Courts Response to the Changing Goals and Functions of Modern Political Parties, in THE SUPREME COURT AND THE ELECTORAL PROCESS (David Hope ed., 2002).

Samuel Freeman

    RAWLS (Routledge 2007).

    JUSTICE AND THE SOCIAL CONTRACT (Oxford Univ. Press 2006).

    John Rawls: An Overview, in THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO RAWLS 1 (ed., Cambridge University Press 2002).

    Congruence and the Good of Justice, in THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO RAWLS (ed., Cambridge University Press 2002).

    THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO RAWLS (ed., Cambridge University Press, 2002).

    Illiberal Libertarians: Why Libertarianism is not a Liberal View, 30 PHIL. & PUB. AFF. 105 (Spring 2001).

    Constitutional Democracy and the Legitimacy of Judicial Review, 9 LAW & PHIL. 327 (November 1990).

Jean Galbraith

Jonah Gelbach

Sarah Gordon

    The Myth of American Religious Freedom, 98 J. AM. HIST. 1139 (2012) (book review).

Geoffrey Hazard, Jr.

    THE LAW AND ETHICS OF LAWYERING (5th ed. Foundation Press 2010) (with Susan P. Koniak, Roger C. Cramton, George M. Cohen & W. Bradley Wendel).

David Hoffman

Herbert Hovenkamp

Leo Katz

    Do We Need a Doctrine of Complicity?, in LEGAL, MORAL, AND METAPHYSICAL TRUTHS: THE PHILOSOPHY OF MICHAEL S. MOORE (Kimberly Kessler Ferzan & Stephen J. Morse eds., Oxford 2016).

    A Theory of Loopholes, 39 J. LEGAL STUD. 1 (2010).

Seth Kreimer

    The Responsibilities of the Jewish Lawyer, in HOWARD LESNICK, RELIGION IN LEGAL THOUGHT AND PRACTICE 19 (2010).


    Federalism and Freedom 574 ANNALS AM. ACAD. POL. SOC. SCI. 66 (2001).

Howard Lesnick


    Moral Disagreement in a Culture of Certainty, in LAW AND DEMOCRACY IN THE EMPIRE OF FORCE, (H. Jefferson Powell & James Boyd White, eds.) (Univ. Of Michigan 2008).

Charles Mooney Jr.

Stephen Morse

    Common Criminal Law Compatibilism, in NEUROSCIENCE AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY (Nicole A. Vincent ed. 2013).

Gideon Parchomovsky

Stephen Perry

    Torts, Rights, and Risk, in PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE LAW OF TORTS 38 (John Oberdiek ed., Oxford Univ. Press 2014).

    Beyond the Distinction between Positivism and Non-Positivism, 22 RATIO JURIS 311 (2009).

    The Role of Duty of Care in a Rights-Based Theory of Tort Law, in THE GOALS OF PRIVATE LAW 79 (Andrew Robertson & Tang Hang Wu eds., 2009).

    Tort Law, in COMPANION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF LAW AND LEGAL THEORY 64 (Dennis Patterson ed., 2d ed. 2009).

    Risk, Harm, Interests, and Rights, in RISK: PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES 190 (Tim Lewens ed., Routledge 2007).

    Two Problems of Political Authority, 6 AM. PHIL. ASS’N NEWSL. ON L. & PHIL. 31 (2007).

    Associative Obligations and the Obligation to Obey the Law, in EXPLORING LAW’S EMPIRE: THE JURISPRUDENCE OF RONALD DWORKIN 183 (Scott Hershovitz ed., Oxford Univ. Press 2006).

    Holmes v. Hart: The Bad Man in Legal Theory, in THE PATH OF THE LAW AND ITS INFLUENCE: THE LEGACY OF OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, JR. 158 (Steven Burton ed., Cambridge Univ. Press 2000).

    On the Relationship between Corrective and Distributive Justice, in OXFORD ESSAYS IN JURISPRUDENCE, 237 (Jeremy Horder ed., 4th series, Oxford Univ. Press 2000).

    Hart’s Methodological Positivism, 4 LEGAL THEORY 427 (1998), reprinted in HART’S POSTSCRIPT 311 (Jules Coleman ed., Oxford Univ. Press 2001).

    Libertarianism, Entitlement, and Responsibility, 26 PHIL. & PUB. AFF. 351 (1997).

    The Varieties of Legal Positivism, 9 CANADIAN J.L. & JURISPRUDENCE 361 (1996).

    Interpretation and Methodology in Legal Theory, in LAW AND INTERPRETATION: ESSAYS IN LEGAL PHILOSOPHY (Andrei Marmor ed., 1995).

    Risk, Harm and Responsibility, in PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF TORT LAW 321 (David Owen ed., 1995).

    Protected Interests and Undertakings in the Law of Negligence, 42 U. TORONTO L.J. 247 (1992).

    The Impossibility of General Strict Liability, 1 CANADIAN J. L. & JURISPRUDENCE 147 (1988), reprinted in TORT LAW (Ernest J. Weinrib ed., 1991), in 12 J. PRODUCTS LIABILITY 383 (1989), and in PHILOSOPHY OF LAW 554 (Joel Feinberg & Jules Coleman eds., 2000).

Kermit Roosevelt

Theodore Ruger

    Establishment Clause Issues, subchapter in THE LOBBYING MANUAL (William V. Luneberg ed., 3d ed. 2005).

    Competing Approaches to Predicting Supreme Court Decisionmaking, 2 PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS 761 (2004).

Louis Rulli

    The Long Term Impact of CAFRA: Expanding Access to Counsel and Encouraging Greater Use of Criminal Forfeiture, 14 FED. SENTENCING REP. 87 (2001).

Chris Sanchirico

David Skeel


Catherine Struve

R. Polk Wagner

Amy Wax

    Against Perversity: Horizontal Equity and Poor Relief

    The Political Psychology of Redistribution: Implications for Welfare Reform, in WELFARE REFORM AND POLITICAL THEORY (Lawrence M. Mead & Christopher Beem eds., Sage Foundation Press 2005).

Tess Wilkinson-Ryan

Tobias Wolff

Christopher Yoo