In addition to their work as dedicated teachers, Harvard Law faculty members routinely engage in the generation of new ideas about the law and legal institutions. Through the publication of books, articles and other work, professors propose solutions to challenging problems and literally create new, socially useful knowledge. All of this helps make Harvard Law School the world's premier center for legal education and research.
Submissions from 2009
International Adoption: The Human Rights Position, Elizabeth Bartholet
THE CORPORATE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE: THIRD RATE DOCTRINE FOR THIRD PARTY CONSULTANTS, Michele D. Beardslee
Submissions from 2008
THE LAWS OF WAR AND THE “LESSER EVIL”, Gabriella Blum
Outsourcing Immigration Compliance, Eleanor M. Brown
Causal Inference in Civil Rights Litigation, D. James Greiner
VIOLENCE ON THE BRAIN: A CRITIQUE OF NEUROSCIENCE IN CRIMINAL LAW, Amanda C. Pustilnik
The Twist of Long Terms: Disasters, Elected Judges, and American Tort Law, Jed H. Shugerman Mr.
The Use and Abuse of Foreign Law in Constitutional Interpretation, Ganesh Sitaraman
CHEVRON HAS ONLY ONE STEP, Matthew C. Stephenson and Adrian Vermeule
Submissions from 2007
International Adoption: The Child's Story, Elizabeth Bartholet
International Adoption: Thoughts on the Human Rights Issues, Elizabeth Bartholet
The Good Occupation, J. Mark Ramseyer and Yoshiro Miwa
Fear, Filters, and Fidelity: Judicial Elections and the Making of American Tort Law, Jed H. Shugerman Mr.
OPTIMAL POLITICAL CONTROL OF THE BUREAUCRACY, Matthew C. Stephenson
THE STRATEGIC SUBSTITUTION EFFECT:, Matthew C. Stephenson
Holmes on Emergencies, Adrian Vermeule
Submissions from 2006
The Credible Executive, Adrian Vermeule and Eric A. Posner