This series collects the completed works of the UGA law faculty published in print or electronic formats.

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Submissions from 2018

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Postal Banking's Public Benefits, Mehrsa Baradaran

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Promoting Executive Accountability Through Qui Tam Legislation, Randy Beck

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Qui Tam Litigation Against Government Officials: Constitutional Implications of a Neglected History, Randy Beck

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Center-Left Politics and Corporate Governance: What Is the 'Progressive' Agenda?, Christopher Bruner

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Distributed Ledgers, Traceable Shares, and the Division of Power in Corporate Law, Christopher M. Bruner

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Publicly Funded Objectors, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Sanctuaries As Equitable Delegation in an Era of Mass Immigration Enforcement, Jason A. Cade

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A Reformed Liberalism: Michael McConnell’s Contributions to Christian Jurisprudence, Nathan Chapman

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Free Speech and Generally Applicable Laws: A New Doctrinal Synthesis, Dan T. Coenen

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Free Speech and the Law of Evidence, Dan T. Coenen

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International Lobbying Law, Melissa J. Durkee

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50 Years of Clinical and Experiential Learning at Georgia Law, Eleanor Lanier

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Athens Access to Justice Initiative: Judicial Leadership + Bar Support + Local Resources = Powerful Synergy, Eleanor Lanier

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How Dreamland Colored My Summer Vacation and Thinking about the Opioid Epidemic, Elizabeth Leonard

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Qualified Immunity and Statutory Interpretation: A Response to William Baude, Hillel Y. Levin and Michael Wells

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Does Shareholder Voting Matter? Evidence from the Takeover Market, Paul Mason, Usha Rodrigues, Mike Stegemoller, and Steven Utke

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Dangerous Defendants, Sandra G. Mayson

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Charting Supreme Court Patent Law, Near and Far, Joseph S. Miller

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Securing Professional Development: Getting to Yes, Caroline Osborne, Carol A. Watson, and Amy J. Eaton

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The Up-C Revolution, Gregg D. Polsky and Adam H. Rosenzweig

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Unintended Consequences: The Link between Judge Friendly's Texas Gulf Sulphur Concurrence and Recent Supreme Court Decisions Misconstruing Rule 10b-5, Margaret V. Sachs

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LawClinics@50: 50 Years of Clinical Legal Education at Georgia Law, Alex Scherr

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Rethinking Digital Repositories and the Future of Open Access, Margaret Schilt, Karen Shephard, and Carol A. Watson

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All for COPYRIGHT Stand Up and Holler! Three Cheers for Star Athletica and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Perceived and Imagined Separately Test, David E. Shipley

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A Transformative Use Taxonomy: Making Sense of the Transformative Use Standard, David E. Shipley