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1 Nov 2011, 12:03 pm by Dan Markel
Last week, I had the chance  to revisit some of the empirically oriented policy arguments advanced in Privilege or Punish: Criminal Justice and the Challenge of Family Ties, the book Ethan Leib and Jennifer Collins and I wrote a couple years ago. [read post]
28 Apr 2019, 7:09 pm by Ethan Leib
The opinion has received no shortage of criticism, including by the three well-articulated dissents and responses on this blog by Ethan Leib and Tal Kastner. [read post]
15 Apr 2008, 9:53 am
This is an article I wrote with Jennifer Collins and Ethan Leib. [read post]
23 Oct 2006, 7:26 am
Posted by: Ethan Leib | Oct 22, 2005 4:57:36 PMIf you have comments, concerns, or questions, please write to me privately. [read post]
30 Nov 2018, 8:31 am by Joe Hodnicki
From the abstract for Andrew Kent, Ethan J. [read post]
25 Feb 2014, 8:36 am by Dan Markel
I'm not sure how many of you remember this, but one of the more fascinating stories my co-authors (Jennifer Collins and Ethan Leib) and I relied upon in our 2009 book on criminal justice and family status had to do with Samuel Sheinbein. [read post]
17 Sep 2014, 10:52 am by Jeremy Telman
This is the fifth in a series of posts that are part of a virtual symposium on the new book by Omri Ben-Shahar and Carl E. [read post]
16 Sep 2008, 2:22 pm
This summer, I had the pleasure of writing a response to Punishing Family Status by Jennifer Collins, Ethan Leib, and Dan Markel (appearing soon in BU Law review with a reply). [read post]
8 Jan 2007, 1:43 pm
Precht is the codirector of the Japanese Juries and Democracy Program of the Maureen & Mike Mansfield Center at the University of Montana.Thanks: Ethan Leib at PrawfsBlawg. [read post]
27 Aug 2011, 8:43 am by Rick Hasen
More recently, Chris Elmendorf and Ethan Leib have written this interesting article on the topic, which is forthcoming in the California Law Review. [read post]
6 Apr 2018, 6:00 am by Randy Barnett
At the Symposium, a group of constitutional professors from area law schools will join Professors Lawson and Seidman and paper authors Ethan Leib (Fordham), John Mikhail (Georgetown), Richard Primus (Michigan) and Suzanna Sherry (Vanderbilt) to discuss the issues raised by the book and papers—which will be published in a special issue of the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy. [read post]