(With Carbone, June.) “Growing Inequality and Children,” 23 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 283-317 (2015).
(With Carbone, June.) “The Marriage Calculus,” aeon (Apr. 20, 2015).
During the month of March, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:
■Gregory E. Maggs. “The Holder in Due Course Doctrine as a Default Rule.” (495 downloads)
■Steven L. Schooner. “Foreword to Scholarly Writing: Ideas, Examples, and Execution.” (456 downloads)
■Renee Lettow Lerner. “Thomas Nast’s Crusading Legal Cartoons.” (326 downloads)
(With Carbone, June.) “Class, Politics, Gender and the Marriage Divide in the United States,” 4 Families, Relationships and Societies 163-169 (2015).
“Why Do You Need a Lawyer, Anyway?,” Path2Parenthood (Apr. 14, 2015).
“Use Tiered Regulation to Preserve Small Banks, Keep Big Ones in Line,” Op-Ed., American Banker, Apr. 2, 2015.
(With Abramowicz, Michael, and James E. Daily.) Perspectives on Patentable Subject Matter. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015.