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Foreword: The Electoral College Symposium, Harvard Law & Policy Review, Vol. 15-1 (Winter 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Repairing a Fractured America, chapter in Which Side of History?: How Technology Is Reshaping Democracy and Our Lives, James P. Steyer, Editor (October 13, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword, The University of Chicago Law Review 86 Special: Symposium: Commemorating the Career of Judge Richard A. Posner (2019) (link ) (perma )
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How Academic Corruption Works, 65 Chron. Higher Education (October 7, 2018) (link ) (perma )
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Rendering Sensible Salient, The Good Society, Vol. 27, No. 1–2 (2018) (link ) (perma )
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Institutional Corruption Revisited: Exploring Open Questions within the Institutional Corruption Literature, 26 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 447 (with E. Amit, J. Koralnik, A.-C. Posten, and M. Muethel) (2017) (link ) (perma )
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The Lesson Patterson Taught, 11 Journal of Intellectual Property Law 1 (April 2016) (link ) (perma )
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Corrupt and Unequal, Both, 84 Fordham Law Review (November 2015) (link ) (perma )
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Perma: Scoping and Addressing the Problem of Link and Reference Rot in Legal Citations, 127 Harv. L. Rev. 176 (with Jonathan Zittrain and Kendra Albert) (2014) (link ) (perma )
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A Reply to Professors Cain and Charles, California Law Review, Volume 102, Issue 1 (February 2014) (link ) (perma )
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What an ‘Originalist’ Would Understand ‘Corruption’ to Mean: The 2013 Jorde Lecture, California Law Review, Volume 102, Issue 1 (February 2014) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword: ‘Institutional Corruption’ Defined, Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, Vol. 41, No. 3 (Fall, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Institutional Corruptions, Edmond J. Safra Working Papers, No. 1 (March 15, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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On What Being a (small-r) Republican Means, 74 Montana Law Review 37 (2013) (link ) (perma )
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Contagious Inferences in Institutional Trust: The Costs of Transparency, (with Piercarlo Valdesolo, Steven Lehr, Mahzarin Banaji) (unpublished, 2012)
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Foreword, Citations, Out of the Box: Adapting Zotero for legal and multilingual research by Frank G. Bennett (2012) (link ) (perma )
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A Reply to Professor Hasen, 126 Harv. L. Rev. 61 (2012) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword: The Electoral College Symposium, Harvard Law & Policy Review, Vol. 15-1 (Winter 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword, Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia by Joseph Reagle (The MIT Press, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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Getting Our Values around Copyright Right, Educause Review (Mar/Apr 2010) (link ) (perma )
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What Everybody Knows and What Too Few Accept: Comment on Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Co, 123 Harv. L. Rev. 104 (2009) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword, Symposium: Cultural Environmentalism at 10, 70 Law and Contemporary Problems 1 (2007) (link ) (perma )
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Does Copyright Have Limits? Eldred v. Ashcroft and its Aftermath, in Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons by Brian Fitzgerald, Editor (Sydney University Press, 2007) (link ) (perma )
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The Vision for the Creative Commons: What are We and Where are We Headed? Free Culture, in Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons, Brian Fitzgerald, Editor (Sydney University Press, 2007) (link ) (perma )
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The Future, in Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons, Brian Fitzgerald, Editor (with Stuart Cunningham and Sal Humphreys) (Sydney University Press, 2007) (link ) (perma )
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Cyberspace and Freedom of Expression: What Things Regulate Speech, in CDA2.0 vs. Filtering in Law and Society Approaches to Cyberspace, Paul Schiff Berman, Editor (Ashgate Publishing, 2007) (link ) (perma )
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The Code of Privacy, 151 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 283 (2007) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword, Freedom of Expression: Resistance and Repression in the Age of Intellectual Property (University of Minnesota Press, 2007) (link ) (perma )
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.Commons, in Norms and the Law, John N. Drobak, Editor (Cambridge University Press, 2006) (link ) (perma )
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The Second Annual Distinguished Lecture in Intellectual Property and Communications Law: Creative Economies, 1 Michigan State Law Review 1 (2006) (link ) (perma )
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Re-crafting a Public Domain, 18 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 56 (Special Issue 2006) (link ) (perma )
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(Re)Creativity: How Creativity Lives, "in Copyright and Other Fairy Tales by Helle Porsdam (Elgar Publishers, 2006) (link ) (perma )
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Creative Freedom for All, in The Best American Legal Commentary, Rosemary Passantino, Editor (Universal Publishers, 2005) (link ) (perma )
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The Failures of Fair Use and the Future of Free Culture, in Cut: Film as Found Object in Contemporary Video (Milwaukee Art Museum, 2005) (link ) (perma )
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Reply: Re-Marking the Progress in Frischmann, 89 Minnesota Law Review 1031 (2005) (link ) (perma )
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Preface, Du bon usage de la piraterie: Culture libre, sciences ouvertes by Florent Latrive (Exils Editeur, 2004) (link ) (perma )
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The Creative Commons, 65 Montana Law Review (Winter 2004) (link ) (perma )
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Coase’s First Question, 27 Regulation (Fall 2004) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword, Open Source Licensing: Software Freedom and Intellectual Property Law by Lawrence Rosen (Prentice Hall, 2004) (link ) (perma )
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Free(ing) Culture for Remix, 4 Utah Law Review 961 (2004) (link ) (perma )
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The Laws of Cyberspace, in Readings in Cyberethics (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2004) (link ) (perma )
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The Commons that Libraries Build, Library Journal (February 15, 2004)
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The International Information Society, 24 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review 1 (2004) (link ) (perma )
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The Balance of Robert Kastenmeier, 4 Wisconsin Law Review (2004) (link ) (perma )
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Law Regulating Code Regulating Law, Loyola University Chicago Law Journal (Fall 2003) (link ) (perma )
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The Creative Commons, 55 Florida Law Review 763 (2003) (link ) (perma )
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The Place of Cyberlaw, in The Place of Law, Austin Sarat & Martha Merrill Umphrey, Editors (August 2003) (link ) (perma )
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An Information Society: Free or Feudal?, The COOK Report on Internet (April 2003) (link ) (perma )
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Governance, The COOK Report on Internet XI, No. 12 (March 2003) (link ) (perma )
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Introduction, Free Software, Free Society: Selected Essays of Richard M. Stallman, Joshua Gay, Editor (Free Software Foundation, October 2002) (link ) (perma )
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Innovating Copyright, 20 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 611 (June 2002) (link ) (perma )
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The Architecture of Innovation, 51 Duke Law Journal 1783 (April 2002) (link ) (perma )
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Privacy as Property, 69 Social Research 247 (March 2002) (link ) (perma )
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A regra dos direitos autorais, in Propriedade intelectual e Internet: uma perspectiva integrada à sociedade da informação by Marcos Wachowicz (Juruá Editora, 2002) (link ) (perma )
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Open Source Baselines: Compared to What?, in Government Policy toward Open Source Software, Robert W. Hahn, Editor (January 2002) (link ) (perma )
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Ley del caballo: Lo que el ciberderecho podría enseñar, in Derecho y tecnologías de la información by Iñigo de la Maza Gazmuri (Fundación Fernando Fueyo Laneri, January 2002)
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Privacy and Attention Span, 89 Georgetown Law Journal 2063 (2001) (link ) (perma )
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Architecting Innovation, 49 Drake Law Review 397 (2001) (link ) (perma )
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A Roundtable Discussion with Lawrence Lessig, David G. Post and Jeffrey Rosen, 49 Drake Law Review 441 (2001) (link ) (perma )
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Preface to a Conference on Trust, 81 Boston University Law Review 329 (2001) (link ) (perma )
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The End of End-to-End: Preserving the Architecture of the Internet in the Broadband Era, 48 UCLA Law Review 925 (with Mark Lemley) (2001) (link ) (perma )
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Copyright’s First Amendment, 48 UCLA Law Review 1057 (2001) (link ) (perma )
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The Law of the Horse: What Cyberlaw Might Teach, Communications Law and Policy: Cases and Materials by Jerry Kang (Aspen Law & Business, 2001) (link ) (perma )
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Foreword: Symposium Cyberspace and Privacy, 52 Stanford Law Review 987 (2000) (link ) (perma )
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The Death of Cyberspace, 57 Washington & Lee Law Review 337 (2000) (link ) (perma )
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Open Access to Cable Modems, 22 Whittier Law Review 3 (2000) (link ) (perma )
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Zoning Internet Speech, 98 Michigan Law Review 395 (with Paul Resnick) (1999) (link ) (perma )
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On the Contribution of Robert Fano, Proceedings of the IEEE (December 1999) (link ) (perma )
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The Law of the Horse: What Cyberlaw Might Teach, 113 Harvard Law Review 501 (1999) (link ) (perma )
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Open Code and Open Societies: Values of Internet Governance, 74 Chicago Kent Law Review 1405 (1999) (link ) (perma )
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The Limits in Open Code: Regulatory Standards and the Future of the Net, 14 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 759 (1999) (link ) (perma )
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The Architecture of Mandated Access Controls, Competition, Regulation, and Convergence: Current Trends In Telecommunications Policy Research, Sharon Gillett and Ingo Vogelsang, Editors (Routledge, 1999) (link ) (perma )
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Commons and Code, 9 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal 459 (1999) (link ) (perma )
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The Architecture of Privacy, 1 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment Law & Practice 56 (1999) (link ) (perma )
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Understanding Federalism’s Text, 66 George Washington Law Review 1218 (1998) (link ) (perma )
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What Things Regulate Speech, 38 Jurimetrics 629 (Summer 1998) (link ) (perma )
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The New Chicago School, 27 Journal of Legal Studies 661 (1998) (link ) (perma )
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Judicial Influence: A Citation Analysis of Federal Courts of Appeals Judges, 27 Journal of Legal Studies 271 (with William Landes and Michael Solimine) (1998) (link ) (perma )
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Lessons from a Line Item Veto Law, 47 Case Western Reserve Law Review 1659 (1997) (link ) (perma )
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The Erie-Effects of Volume 110: An Essay on Context in Interpretive Theory, 110 Harvard Law Review 1785 (1997) (link ) (perma )
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The Puzzling Persistence of Bellbottom Theory: What a Constitutional Theory Should Be, 15 Georgetown Law Journal 1837 (1997) (link ) (perma )
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The Constitution of Code: Limitations on Choice-Based Critiques of Cyberspace Regulation, 5 CommLaw Conspectus 181 (1997) (link ) (perma )
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Intellectual Property and Code, 11 St. Johns Journal of Legal Commentary 635 (1997) (link ) (perma )
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Constitution and Code, 27 Cumberland Law Review 1 (1997) (link ) (perma )
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Fidelity and Constraint, 65 Fordham Law Review 1365 (1997) (link ) (perma )
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The Zones of Cyberspace, 48 Stanford Law Review 1403 (1996) (link ) (perma )
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Translating Federalism: United States v. Lopez, 1995 Supreme Court Review 125 (1996) (link ) (perma )
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What Drives Derivability: Response to Responding to Imperfection (Book Review), 74 Texas Law Review 839 (1996) (link ) (perma )
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Post-Constitutionalism (Book Review), 94 Michigan Law Review 1422 (1996) (link ) (perma )
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Grounding the Virtual Magistrate, (with Jack Goldsmith) (1996) (link ) (perma )
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Social Meaning and Social Norms, 144 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2181 (1996) (link ) (perma )
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Making Sense of the Hague Tribunal, Eastern European Constitutional Review (Fall 1996) (link ) (perma )
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Reading the Constitution in Cyberspace, 45 Emory Law Review 869 (1996) (link ) (perma )
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The Limits of Lieber, 16 Cardozo Law Review. 2249 (1995) (link ) (perma )
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The Path of Cyberlaw, 104 Yale Law Journal. 1743 (1995) (link ) (perma )
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The Regulation of Social Meaning, 62 University of Chicago Law Review 943 (1995) (link ) (perma )
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Understanding Changed Readings: Fidelity and Theory, 47 Stanford Law Review 395 (1995) (link ) (perma )
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Introduction, Redesigning the Russian Court Roundtable, 3 East European Constitutional Review 72-73 (Fall 1994) (link ) (perma )
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Evaluation of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, 43 DePaul Law Review 673 (Spring 1994) (link ) (perma )
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Lessons of the American Presidency, Eastern European Constitutional Review (with Cass Sunstein) (Fall 1993/Winter 1994) (link ) (perma )
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A Review of the Russian Constitution: Separation of Powers, ABA CEELI Project Report (January 1994)
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The President and the Administration, 94 Columbia Law Review 1 (with Cass Sunstein) (1994) (link ) (perma )
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The Path of the Presidency, 2/3 East European Constitutional Review 104 (1993) (link ) (perma )
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Readings by Our Unitary Executive, 15 Cardozo Law Review 175 (1993) (link ) (perma )
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Fidelity in Translation, 71 Texas Law Review 1165 (1993) (link ) (perma )
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The Supreme Court and Our Future, 38 University of Chicago Law School Record 13 (1992) (link ) (perma )
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Plastics: Unger and Ackerman on Transformation, 98 Yale Law Review 1173 (1989) (link ) (perma )