During the month of December, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:
■Renee Lettow Lerner. “Thomas Nast’s Crusading Legal Cartoons.” (533 downloads)
■Donald Braman. “The Polarizing Impact of Science Literacy and Numeracy on Perceived Climate Change Risks.” (413 downloads)
■Daniel Solove. “’I’ve Got Nothing to Hide’ and other Misunderstandings of Privacy.” (358 downloads)
“Probate Law Meets the Digital Age,” 67 Vanderbilt Law Review 97-1727 (2014).
“The Field of International Economic Law,” 17 Journal of International Economic Law 607-626 (2014).
“The Many Connections Between Well-Being and Professionalism in the Practice of Law: Implications for Teaching,” 36 University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 263-272 (2014).
(With Haynes, Dina and Fionnula Ni Aolain.) “A Gendered Reading of Security and Security Reform in Post-Conflict Societies,” in Sexual Violence in Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies, p. 196-215. Ed. by Doris Buss, et al. New York: Routledge, 2014.
(With Markell, David.) “A Holistic Look at Agency Enforcement,” 93 North Carolina Law Review 1-76 (2014).