The Limits of History: The English Fire Courts, Congress, and the Seventh Amendment Civil Jury Trial
Suja A. Thomas
83 U Chi L Rev Online 290 (2018).
A Response to Jay Tidmarsh, The English Fire Courts and the American Right to Civil Jury Trial, 83 U Chi L Rev 1893 (2016).
The Policy Lessons of Partial Desegregation
Richard H. Sander
83 U Chi L Rev Online 271 (2017).
A Response to Nicholas O. Stephanopoulos, Civil Rights in a Desegregating America, 83 U Chi L Rev 1329 (2016).
Do Patent Challenges Reduce Consumer Welfare?
Gregory Dolin, M.D.
83 U Chi L Rev Online 256 (2017).
A Response to Stephen Yelderman, Do Patent Challenges Increase Competition?, 83 U Chi L Rev 1943 (2016).
Unbundling the Dynamics of MV Implementation: Voluntary versus Reluctant Adoption of MV as a Source of an Omitted-Variable Bias
83 U Chi L Rev Online 242 (2017).
A Response to Stephen J. Choi, Jill E. Fisch, Marcel Kahan, and Edward B. Rock, Does Majority Voting Improve Board Accountability?, 83 U Chi L Rev 1119 (2016).
Working for the Weekend: A Response to Kessler & Pozen
83 U Chi L Rev Online 225 (2017).
A Response to Jeremy K. Kessler and David E. Pozen, Working Themselves Impure: A Life Cycle Theory of Legal Theories, 83 U Chi L Rev 1819 (2016).
The Relative Virtues of Bottom-Up and Top-Down Theories of Fair Use
83 U Chi L Rev Online 206 (2017).
A Response to Abraham Bell and Gideon Parchomovsky, The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use, 83 U Chi L Rev 1051 (2016).
Implicit Stereotyping as Unfair Prejudice in Evidence Law
83 U Chi L Rev Online 174 (2017).
A Response to Anna Roberts, Reclaiming the Importance of the Defendant's Testimony: Prior Conviction Impeachment and the Fight against Implicit Stereotyping, 83 U Chi L Rev 835 (2016).
The Relegation of Polarization
Nicholas O. Stephanopoulos
83 U Chi L Rev Online 160 (2017).
A Response to Christopher S. Elmendorf, Kevin M. Quinn, and Marisa A. Abrajano, Racially Polarized Voting, 83 U Chi L Rev 587 (2016).