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Publications of Neil S. Siegel    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Siegel, N; Siegel, R, Sex Equality's Past--and Future: Pregnancy, Contraception, and Abortion (2017) .

Chapters in Books

  1. Siegel, N, More Law than Politics: The Chief, the "Mandate," Legality, and Statesmanship, in The Health Care Case:The Supreme Court's Decision and Its Implications (2013), pp. 192-214 [available here] .

Journal Articles

  1. Siegel, N; Bradley, C, Historical Gloss, Constitutional Conventions, and the Judicial Separation of Powers, Georgetown Law Journal, vol. 105 (2017), pp. 255-322 [3573] .
  2. Siegel, N, Reciprocal Legitimation in the Federal Courts System, Vanderbilt Law Review, vol. 70 (2017), pp. 1183-1247 .
  3. Siegel, N, The Distinctive Role of Justice Samuel Alito: From a Politics of Restoration to a Politics of Dissent, Yale Law Journal Forum, vol. 126 (2016), pp. 164-177 .
  4. Siegel, N, Madison's Reasoning (2016) .
  5. Siegel, N; Cooter, R, Coercion and Collective Action (2016) .
  6. Siegel, N; Bradley, C, Historical Gloss and the Judicial Power (2015) .
  7. Siegel, N; Cooter, R, Coercive Taxing, Noncoercive Spending, and Strategic Bundling (2015) .
  8. Siegel, N; Siegel, R, Compelling Interests and Contraception, Connecticut Law Review, vol. 47 no. 4 (2015), pp. 1025-1043 [available here] .
  9. Siegel, N; Siegel, R, Contraception as a Sex Equality Right, Yale Law Journal Forum, vol. 124 (2015) [available here] .
  10. Siegel, N; Bradley, C, Constructed Constraint and the Constitutional Text, Duke Law Journal, vol. 64 no. 7 (2015), pp. 1213-1294 [available here] .
  11. Siegel, N; Bradley, C, After Recess: Historical Practice, Textual Ambiguity, and Constitutional Adverse Possession, Supreme Court Review (2014), pp. 1-70 [available here] .
  12. Siegel, N, Madison's Reasoning (2014) .
  13. Siegel, N, Federalism as a Way Station: Windsor as Exemplar of Doctrine in Motion, Journal of Legal Analysis, vol. 6 (2014), pp. 87-150 [ijkey=MjUAnc7kxYnjFOU&keytype=ref] .
  14. Siegel, N; Cooter, R, Bundling Is Not Commandeering: Taxing Versus Spending in NFIB (2014) .
  15. Siegel, N, None of the Laws But One, Drake Law Review, vol. 62 (2014), pp. 1055-1078 [available here] .
  16. Siegel, N, The New Textualism, Progressive Constitutionalism, and Abortion Rights: A Reply to Jeffrey Rosen, Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities, vol. 25 (2013), pp. 55-67 [available here] .
  17. Siegel, N; Siegel, R, Equality Arguments for Abortion Rights, Ucla Law Review Discourse, vol. 60 (2013), pp. 160-170 [available here] .
  18. Siegel, N; Cooter, R, Not the Power to Destroy or Dragoon: A Collective Action Theory of the Spending Power (2013) .
  19. Siegel, N, Jack Balkin's Rich Historicism and Diet Originalism: Health Benefits and Risks for the Constitutional System, Michigan Law Review, vol. 111 (2013), pp. 931-953 [2547] .
  20. Siegel, N, Collective Action Federalism and Its Discontents, Texas Law Review, vol. 92 (2013), pp. 1937-1968 [available here] .
  21. Siegel, N, The Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act: Ideas From the Academy, Law & Contemporary Problems, vol. 75 no. 3 (2012) [available here] .
  22. Siegel, N, Foreword: The Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act: Ideas from the Academy, Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 75 (2012), pp. i-vi [available here] .
  23. Siegel, N; Dorf, M, "Early-Bird Special" Indeed!: Why the Tax Anti-Injunction Act Permits the Present Challenges to the Minimum Coverage Provision, Yale Law Journal Online, vol. 121 (2012), pp. 389-411 [2479] .
  24. Siegel, N, Free Riding on Benevolence: Collective Action Federalism and the Minimum Coverage Provision, Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 75 (2012), pp. 29-72 [available here] .
  25. Siegel, N; Cooter, R, Not the Power to Destroy: An Effects Theory of the Tax Power, Virginia Law Review, vol. 98 (2012), pp. 1195-1253 [available here] .
  26. Siegel, N, Distinguishing the 'Truly National' from the 'Truly Local': Customary Allocation, Commercial Activity, and Collective Action, Duke Law Journal, vol. 62 (2012), pp. 797-828 [available here] .
  27. Siegel, N; Purdy, J, The Liberty of Free Riders: The Minimum Coverage Provision, Mill's 'Harm Principle,' and American Social Morality, American Journal of Law & Medicine, vol. 38 (2012), pp. 374-396 [2540] .
  28. Siegel, N, Four Constitutional Limits that the Minimum Coverage Provision Respects, Constitutional Commentary, vol. 27 (2011), pp. 591-619 [available here] .
  29. Siegel, N, Prudentialism in 'McDonald v. City of Chicago', Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy, vol. 6 (2010), pp. 16-30 [2273] .
  30. Siegel, N, A Coase Theorem for Constitutional Theory, Michigan State Law Review, vol. 2010 (2010), pp. 583-595 [2323] .
  31. Siegel, N, Interring the Rhetoric of Judicial Activism, Depaul Law Review, vol. 59 (2010), pp. 555-599 [available here] .
  32. Siegel, R, Struck By Stereotype: Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Pregnancy Discrimination as Sex Discrimination, Duke Law Journal, vol. 59 (2010), pp. 771-798 [available here] .
  33. Siegel, N; Cooter, R, Collective Action Federalism: A General Theory of Article I, Section 8, Stanford Law Review, vol. 63 (2010), pp. 115-185 [available here] .
  34. Siegel, N; Siegel, R, Pregnancy and Sex-Role Stereotyping, From 'Struck' to 'Carhart', Ohio State Law Journal, vol. 70 (2009), pp. 1095-1113 [available here] .
  35. Siegel, N, "Equal Citizenship Stature": Justice Ginsburg's Constitutional Vision, New England Law Review, vol. 43 (2009), pp. 799-855 [available here] .
  36. Siegel, N, Umpires at Bat: On Integration and Legitimation, Constitutional Commentary, vol. 24 (2008), pp. 701-732 [available here] .
  37. Siegel, N, Dole's Future: A Strategic Analysis, Supreme Court Economic Review, vol. 16 (2008), pp. 165-204 [available here] .
  38. Siegel, N, The Virtue of Judicial Statesmanship, Texas Law Review, vol. 86 (2008), pp. 959-1032 [available here] .
  39. Siegel, N, International Delegations and the Values of Federalism, Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 71 (2008), pp. 93-113 [1620] .
  40. Siegel, N; Schroeder, C; Chemerinsky, E; Daniels, B; Hardy, B; Profeta, T, California Climate Change and the Constitution, Environmental Forum, vol. 25 (2008), pp. 50-63 [2299] .
  41. Siegel, N; Post, R, Theorizing the Law/Politics Distinction: Neutral Principles, Affirmative Action, and the Enduring Insight of Paul Mishkin, California Law Review, vol. 95 (2007), pp. 1473-1513 [available here] .
  42. Siegel, N, Some Modest Uses of Transnational Legal Perspectives in First-Year Constitutional Law, Journal of Legal Education, vol. 56 (2006), pp. 201-215 [available here] .
  43. Siegel, N, Commandeering and Its Alternatives: A Federalism Perspective, Vanderbilt Law Review, vol. 59 (2006), pp. 1629-1691 [available here] .
  44. Siegel, N, Race-Conscious Student Assignment Plans: Balkanation, Integration, and Individualized Consideration, Duke Law Journal, vol. 56 (2006), pp. 781-860 [available here] .
  45. Siegel, N, A Theory In Search of a Court, and Itself: Judicial Minimalism at the Supreme Court Bar, Michigan Law Review, vol. 103 (2005), pp. 1951-2019 [available here] .
  46. Siegel, N, A Prescription for Perilous Times, Georgetown Law Journal, vol. 93 (2005), pp. 1645-1679 (reviewing Geoffrey R. Stone, Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime from the Sedition Act of 1798 to the War on Terrorism (2004).) [available here] .
  47. Siegel, N, State Sovereign Immunity and Stare Decisis: Solving the Prisoners' Dilemma Within the Court, California Law Review, vol. 89 no. 1165 (2001), pp. 1165-1198 [available here] .
  48. Siegel, N, Why the Eleventh Amendment Always Matters, Even When Transaction Costs are Zero: A Reply to Professor Farber, Constitutional Commentary, vol. 18 no. 177 (2001), pp. 177-189 [available here] .
  49. Siegel, N, Sen and the Hart of Jurisprudence: A Critique of the Economic Analysis of Judicial Behavior, California Law Review, vol. 87 no. 1581 (1999), pp. 1581-1608 [available here] .

Other

  1. Siegel, N; Bradley, C, Judicial and Media Independence After the Next Attack, Lawfare (2017) .
  2. Siegel, N, Reciprocal Legitimation in Response to President Trump, Balkinization (2017) .
  3. Siegel, N; Lithwick, D, Anthony Kennedy is Not Stupid, Slate (2017) .
  4. Siegel, N; Lithwick, D, The Democrats Can't Block Gorsuch, Slate (2017) .
  5. Siegel, N, Norms and Conventions Meet Donald Trump, Oxford Human Rights Hub (2017) .
  6. Siegel, N, The U.S. Constitution, Constitutionational Conventions, and President Trump, Oxford Human Rights Hub (2017) .
  7. Siegel, N, John Roberts, Ted Olson, and the Judicial Separation of Powers, Balkinization (2016) .
  8. Siegel, N, The Supreme Court's Reassuring--and Concerning-- Abortion Ruling, Acsblog (2016) .
  9. Siegel, N, Reciprocal Legitimation in Federal Courts System, Balkinization (2016) .
  10. Siegel, N, The American People will Decide the Supreme Court's Future Anyway, Hill (2016) .
  11. Siegel, N, The Harm in the GOP's Pseudo-Principled Supreme Court Stance, Hill (2016) .
  12. Siegel, N, The Distinct Role of Justice Alito: From a Politics of Restoration to a Politics of Dissent, Balkinization (2016) .
  13. Siegel, N; Blocher, J, Court-hacking Comes to North Carolina, News & Observer (2016) .
  14. Siegel, N, A Litmus Test for Trump's Racism, Hill (2016) .
  15. Siegel, N; Bradley, C, Constitutional Conventions, the Judicial Separation of Powers, and Justice Scalia's Replacement, Balkinization (2016) .
  16. Siegel, N, Whole Woman's Health: Casey, Res Judicata, and Supreme Court Review, Balkinization (2015) .
  17. Siegel, N, Windsor: Encouraging Constitutional Change, Not (Just) Clearing the Channels of Political Change, Balkinization (2015) .
  18. Siegel, N, Clear Text Versus Extra-Textual Considerations: Bond, Noel Canning, and King, Balkinization (2015) .
  19. Siegel, N, Animus Versus Moral Opposition: Material and Expressive Considerations, Balkinization (2014) .
  20. Siegel, N, Romney, Women, and the Supreme Court, Huffington Post (2012) .
  21. Siegel, N, Does CNN Deserve to be Reelected?, Huffington Post (2012) .
  22. Siegel, N, Yes, the Justices Indeed 'Make Law', News & Observer (2009) .
  23. Siegel, N, The Meaning of the Court's Decision in the School Cases, Contra Costa Times (2007) .
  24. Siegel, N, Separating Childhood Heroes from Today's Politics, Philadelphia Inquirer (2006), pp. A15 .
  25. Siegel, N, Detainees and the Constitution, News & Observer (2006), pp. A13 .
  26. Siegel, N, Beware the Anti-Freedom Amendment, News & Observer (2006), pp. A15 .
  27. Siegel, N, Time For Both Sides to Get Real About Alito, Durham Herald Sun (2006), pp. A7 .
  28. N.S. Siegel, Taking Issue: Americans Deserve Answsers,, NPR. org. (October 20, 2005)  [abs].
  29. Siegel, N, The Conservative Choice is a Moderate, News & Observer (2005), pp. A13 .
  30. Siegel, N, Taking Issue: Americans Deserve Answers, National Public Radio Online (2005) .
  31. Siegel, N, Rigorous Questions Would Be Only Fair, Philadelphia Inquirer (2005), pp. A19 .
  32. Siegel, N, Medical Marijuana: Read Between the Lines, News & Observer (2005), pp. A11 .
  33. Siegel, N; Chemerinsky, E, Justices Create Confusion in Sentencing by Declaring Guidelines Advisory, Daily Journal (2005) .
  34. Siegel, N, Remembering Chief Justice Rehnquist, Washington Post (2005), pp. A30 .
  35. Siegel, N; Huq, A, The Rhetoric Behind Strict Constructionism, Durham Herald Sun (2005), pp. A11 .
  36. Siegel, N, Why President Bush Should Not Take the 5th, Houston Chronicle (2005), pp. B11 .
  37. Siegel, N, Nomination Could Bridge Divide, Sun Sentinel (2004), pp. 23A .
  38. Siegel, N, The Election and the U.S. Supreme Court, Chicago Tribune (2004), pp. C21 .

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