This is a small archive of selected faculty research that is available on the web, intended to provide our visitors with a sampling of the fascinating endeavors in which our faculty are engaged. To find additional work by a given faculty member, please go to his or her faculty page and click "Publications."
Research Matters is a biweekly feature in which a member of the faculty talks about some of his or her latest work and its impact and relevance to law and society. To see the Q&A associated with a given work, click "Yes" in the corresponding row below. You can also sort to see which works have Research Matters pieces associated with them.
|Title||Author||with||Added to the archive||Research Matters (Q&A)|
|"What If Madison Had Won? Imagining a Constitutional World of Legislative Supremacy"||LaCroix, Alison||Dec 10, 2012|
|"When to Overthrow Your Government: The Right to Resist in the World's Constitutions"||Ginsburg, Tom||Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez and Mila Versteeg||Aug 8, 2012|
|"When Was Judicial Self-Restraint?"||Huq, Aziz||Aug 1, 2012|
|"Why Does the Public Cooperate with Law Enforcement? The Influence of the Purposes and Targets of Policing"||Huq, Aziz||Tom Tyler and Stephen Schulhofer||Feb 9, 2011|
|"Why Legal Positivism (Again)?"||Leiter, Brian||Sep 23, 2013|
|"Willpower Taxes"||Fennell, Lee||Jan 5, 2011|
|"Women in Prison in Argentina: Causes, Conditions, and Consequences"||Kalantry, Sital||Jul 12, 2013|