Law in the Time of Coronavirus: Faculty Explore Issues Related to the Pandemic

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Mary Anne Case

Pacific Standard Cites Mary Anne Case's Research on Sex-Segregated Bathrooms

While plenty of sociological research has suggested that our muted, passive interactions with most strangers in restrooms are governed by strict yet unspoken behavior codes, Mary Anne Case, a profe...

Lisa Bernstein

Bernstein Discusses the Theory of the Firm in Reputation Magazine

As lawyers we’re trained to think that everybody on the opposite side is going to act opportunistically and strategically at every turn, and that we’re supposed to constrain them through contracts....

Mark N. Templeton

Mark Templeton on the Showdown Between Exxon And State AGs

It is a fairly significant test of the ability of states attorney generals to hold corporations accountable for their actions related to climate, with far-reaching consequences for the United State...

COVID-19

Eric Posner: Governors Can Fight Back Against President Trump's Politicization of the Pandemic

In the context of the pandemic, federalism has allowed President Trump to indulge his worst tendencies. States depend on the federal government to confront disease outbreaks like the coronavirus pandemic. In the early days of Covid-19, state and local officials weren’t in a position to foresee the scope of the threat or control the levers that could have suppressed it.

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