LAW & LITERATURE SCHOLARSHIP:
A CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

Compiled byProfessor Daniel J. Solove and Sam Weisberg

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2006

Articles
  • Olufunmilayo B. Arewa, From J.C. Bach to Hip Hop: Musical Borrowing, Copyright and Cultural Context, 84 N.C. L. Rev. 547 (2006)
  • Jane B. Baron, Property and “No Property,” 42 Hous. L. Rev. 1425 (2006)
  • Benjamin H. Barton, Harry Potter and the Half-Crazed Bureaucracy, 104 Mich. L. Rev. 1523 (2006)
  • David S. Caudill, A Tribute to Lewis H. LaRue, 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 17 (2006)
  • George Dargo, Deriving Law from the Biblical Narrative: The Book of Ruth, 40 New Eng. L. Rev. 351 (2006)
  • Orit Kamir, Honor and Dignity in the Film Unforgiven: Implications for Sociolegal Theory, 40 Law & Soc’y Rev. 193 (2006)
  • Neil M. Richards, The Information Privacy Law Project, 94 Geo. L.J. 1087 (2006)
  • Aaron Schwabach, Harry Potter and the Unforgivable Curses: Norm Formation, Inconsistency, and the Rule of Law in the Wizarding World, 11 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 309 (2006)
  • Debora L. Threedy, Legal Archaeology: Excavating Cases, Reconstructing Context, 80 Tul. L. Rev. 1197 (2006)
  • Robert L. Tsai, Democracy’s Handmaid, 86 B.U. L. Rev. 1 (2006)
  • Robin West, Desperately Seeking a Moralist, 29 Harv. J. L. & Gender 1 (2006)

2005

Books
  • Gary Rosenshield, Western Law, Russian Justice: Dostoevsky, The Jury, and the Law (2005)
  • Erica Sheen & Lorna Hutson (editors), Literature, Politics, and Law in Renaissance England (2005)  
Articles
  • Anonymous, Harry Potter and the Law, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 427 (2005)
  • Susan Ayres, The Power of Stories: Gloucester Tales, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 1 (2005)
  • Jack M. Balkin, Deconstruction’s Legal Career, 27 Cardozo L. Rev. 719 (2005)
  • Milner S. Ball, The Failure and Beginnings Again, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2263 (2005)
  • Jane B. Baron, The Rhetoric of Law and Literature: A Skeptical View, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2273 (2005)
  • Robert Batey, Da Vinci Versus Kafka: Looking for Answers, 8 N.Y. City L. Rev. 319 (2005)
  • Robert Batey, Atticus Finch, Boris A. Max, and the Lawyer’s Dilemma, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 389 (2005)
  • Robert Batey, In Defense of Porfiry Petrovich, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2283 (2005)
  • Christian Biet, Tragedy of the Scaffold, Tragedy of the Trial: Tragedy, Representation of the Public, Innermost Convicion, and Personal Judgments, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2303 (2005)
  • Jane B. Baron, The Rhetoric of Law and Literature: A Skeptical View , 26 Cardozo L. Rev 2273 (2005)
  • Joseph Biancalana, The Politics and Law of Philoctetes, 17 Law & Literature 155 (2005)
  • Curtis Bridgeman, Allegheny College Revisited: Cardozo, Consideration, and Formalism in Context, 39 U. C. Davis L. Rev. 149 (2005)
  • Joseph Brooker, What We Talk About When We Talk About Death, 27 Cardozo L. Rev. 847 (2005)
  • Joseph Brooker, Satire Bust: The Wagers of Money, 17 Law & Literature 321 (2005)
  • Daniela Carpi, Law, Discretion, Equity in The Merchant of Venice and Measure for Measure, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2317 (2005)
  • David Carroll, Guilt By “Race”: Injustice in Camus’s The Stranger, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2331 (2005)
  • Rosanna Cavallaro, Solution to Dissolution: Detective Fiction from Wilkie Collins to Gabriel García Màrquez, 15 Tex. J. Women & Law 1( Fall 2005)
  • Sue Chaplin, “Written In the Black Letter:” The Gothic and the Rule of Law, 17 Law & Literature 47 (2005)
  • Stephen Clingman, On Ethical Grounds, 17 Law & Literature 279 (2005)
  • Simon Critchley, Satura Resartus: Living in the Wood With Bears, 17 Law & Literature 433 (2005)
  • Wendy Nicole Duong, Law is Law and Art is Art and Shall the Two Ever Meet? Law and Literature: The Comparative Creative Processes, 15 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 1 (2005)
  • Steven Eisenstat, Revenge, Justice and Law: Recognizing the Victim’s Desire for Vengeance as a Justification for Punishment, 50 Wayne L. Rev. 1115 (2005)
  • Jeanne Gaakeer, “The Art to Find the Mind’s Construction in the Face,” Lombroso’s Criminal Anthropology and Literature: The Example of Zola, Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2345 (2005)
  • Maria Grahn Farley, Astrid and Me, 17 Law & Literature 269 (2005)
  • Peter Goodrich, Lex Laetans: Three Theses on the Unbearable Lightness of Legal Critique, 17 Law & Literature 293 (2005)
  • Sean J. Griffith, Good Faith Business Judgment: A Theory of Rhetoric in Corporate Law Jurisprudence, 55 Duke L.J. 1 (2005).
  • Lynda Hall, Ruthann Robson: Writing Life and Fiction Theory, 8 N.Y. City L. Rev. 401 (2005)
  • Brian F. Havel, In Search of a Theory of Public Memory: The State, the Individual, and Marcel Proust, 80 Ind. L.J. 605 (2005)
  • Zachary Heiden, Fences and Neighbors, 17 Law & Literature 225 (2005)
  • Arthur J. Jacobson, Gary Minda, Failure of the Word: The Rise of Law and Literature, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2217 (2005)
  • Joseph Jenkins, Heavy Law/Light Law: Walter Benjamin, Friedrich Nietzsche, Robert Bork, Duncan Kennedy, 17 Law & Literature 249 (2005)
  • Thomas C. Klein, Imperfect Order: Reflections of the Law in Two Classic Children’s Novels, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 303 (2005)
  • Alfred S. Konefsky, The Accidental Legal Historian: Herman Melville and the History of American Law, 52 Buff. L. Rev. 1179 (2005)
  • Sanford Levinson, In Praise of Richard Weisberg and Engaged Scholarship,  26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2247 (2005)
  • Michele Lowrie, Slander and Horse Law in Horace, Sermones 2.1, 17 Law & Literature 405 (2005)
  • Daniela Marcheschi, Ethics as One of the Fundamentals of Language, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2387 (2005)
  • Andrea McArdle, The Confluence of Law and Antebellum Black Literature, 17 Law & Literature 183 (2005)
  • Christine Metteer Lorillard, Stories That Make the Law Free: Literature as a Bridge Between the Law and the Culture in Which it Must Exist, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 251 (2005)
  • Gary Minda, Narratives of International Law and Literature After 9/11, 11 ILSA J. Int’l & Comp. L. 435 (2005)
  • Gary Minda, Reflections, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2397 (2005)
  • Harriet Murav, The Jew as Translator in Soviet Russia, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2401 (2005)
  • Edward Mussawir,  The Cinematics of Jurisprudence: Scenes of Law’s Moving Image, 17 Law & Literature 131 (2005)
  • Michael Newcity, Why is There No Russian Atticus Finch? Or Even a Russian Rumpole?, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 271 (2005)
  • Danielle Ofri, Literary Magazines in Unlikely Settings, 8 N.Y. City L. Rev. 423 (2005)
  • Imani Perry, Occupying the Universal, Embodying the Subject,: African American Literary Jurisprudence, 17 Law & Literature 97 (2005)
  • Penelope Pether, Is There Anything Outside the Class? Law, Literature and Pedagogy, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2415 (2005)
  • Julie Stone Peters, “Literature,” The “Rights of Man,” and Narratives of Atrocity: Historical Backgrounds to the Culture of Testimony, 17 Yale J.L. & Human. 253 (2005)
  • Parker B. Potter, Jr. Ordeal by Trial: Judicial References to the Nightmare World of Franz Kafka, 3 Pierce L. Rev. 195 (2005)
  • Bjorn Quiring, A Consuming Dish: Supplementing Raffield, 17 Law & Literature 397 (2005)
  • Paul Raffield, A Discredited Priesthood: The Failings of Common Lawyers and Their Representation in Seventeenth Century Satirical Drama, 17 Law & Literature 365 (2005)
  • Paul Raffield, Contract, Classicism and the Common Weal: Coke’s Reports and the Foundations of the Modern English Constitution, 17 Law & Literature 69 (2005)
  • Thane Rosenbaum, Body and Soul Under the Law, and the Response from Law and Literature in Bartleby, the Scrivener and Billy  Budd, Sailor, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2425 (2005)
  • Bernhard Schlink, Literature as an Institution, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2435 (2005)
  • David Skeel, Point Blank Verse: A School of Poetry Says the Words of Judges Provide a More Vivid Record of What We See and Feel than the Stanzas of Shelley or Wordsworth, 2005 Oct Legal Aff. 56 (2005)
  • Annie M. Smith, Great Judicial Opinions Versus Great Literature: Should The Two Be Measured by the Same Criteria?, 36 McGeorge L. Rev. 757 (2005)
  • Daniel J. Solove, Billy Budd and Security in Times of Crisis, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2443 (2005)
  • Dan E. Stigall, Prosecuting Raskolnikov: A Literary and Legal Look at “Consciousness of Guilt” Evidence, 2005 DEC Army Law. 54   (2005)
  • Martin Stone, Questioning Attitude: Questions About Derrida, 27 Cardozo L. Rev. 613 (2005)
  • Mark J. Sundahl, When Literature Becomes Law: An Example from Ancient Greece, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev 331 (2005)
  • Susan Tiefenbrun, The Failure of the International Laws of War and the Role of Art and Story Telling as a Self-Help Remedy for Restorative Justice, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 91 (2005)
  • Stacey A. Tovino, Incorporating Literature Into a Health Law Curriculum, 9 Mich. St. U. J. Med & L 213 (2005)
  • Katrin Trustedt, Secondary Satire and the Sea Change of Romance: Reading William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, 17 Law & Literature 321 (2005)
  • Robert L. Tsai, Sacred Visions of Law, 90 Iowa L. Rev. 1095 (2005)
  • Michael Vitiello, Professor Kingsfield: The Most Misunderstood Characters in Literature, 33 Hofstra L. Rev. 955 (2005)
  • Judge Alex Kozinski & Alexander Volokh, The Appeal, 103 Mich. L. Rev. 1391 (2005) (on Franz Kafka, The Trial)
  • Marco Wan, Taking Ian Watt to Court, Or How Do Jurors Read Stories?, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 417 (2005)
  • Zhang Wanhong, The Orphan of China: Law and Literature in Contemporary China, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2497 (2005)
  • Ian Ward, A Man of Feelings: William Godwin’s Romantic Embrace, 17 Law & Literature 21 (2005)
  • Ian Ward, Narrative Jurisprudence and Trans National Justice, 12 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 155 (2005)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, 20 Years (Or 2000?) of Story Telling on the Law: Is Justice Detectable?, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2223 (2005)
  • Robin West, The Lawless Adjudicator, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2253 (2005)
  • Steven L. Winter, Melville, Slavery, and the Failure of the Judicial Process, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2471 (2005)
  • Symposium, Failure of the Word: The Rise of Law and Literature, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 2217 (2005)
  • Kenji Yoshino, The City and the Poet, 114 Yale L.J. 1835 (2005)

2004

Books
  • A.G. Harmon, Eternal Bonds, True Contracts: Law and Nature in Shakespeare’s Problem Plays (2004)  
  • Patrick Hanafin, Adam Gearey, & Joseph Brooker, eds., Law and Literature (2004)  
  • Daniel J. Solove, The Digital Person: Technology and Privacy in the Information Age (2004)
Articles
  • Susan Ayres, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle: How Children’s Literature Reflects Motherhood, Identity, and International Adoption, 10 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 315 (2004)
  • Thomas C. Bilello, Accomplished With What She Lacks: Law, Equity, and Portia’s Con, 16 Law & Literature 11 (2004)
  • Emiliano J. Buis, How To Play Justice and Drama in Antiquity: Law and Theater in Athens as Performative Rituals, 16 Fla. J. Int’L. 697 (2004)
  • Marcia Canavan, Using Literature to Teach Legal Writing, 23 QLR 1 (2004)
  • Michael W. Carroll, Whose Music is it Anyway?: How We Came to View Musical Expression as a Form of Property, 72 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1405 (2004)
  • Rosanna Cavallaro, Pride and Prejudice and Proof: Quotidian Factfinding and Rules of Evidence, 55 Hastings L. J. 697 (2004)
  • John R. Dorocak & S.E.C. Purvis, Using Fiction in Courses: Why Not Admit It?, 16 Law & Literature 65 (2004)
  • Joseph Z. Fleming, Title IX From the Red Rose Crew to Grutter: The Law and Literature of Sports, 14 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 793 (2004)
  • Amy L. Gibson, Using Circumstantial Evidence to Discover Shakespeare: The Importance of Good Legal Analysis, 72 Tenn. L. Rev. 309 (2004)
  • Peter Goodrich, Satirical Legal Studies: From the Legists to the Lizard, 103 Mich. L. Rev. 397 (2004)
  • David Gurnham, The Otherness of the Dead: The Fates of Antigone, Naricissus and the Sly Fox, and the Search for Justice, 16 Law & Literature 327 (2004)
  • A.G. Harmon, Sacrifice in the Public Square: Ciceronian Rhetoric in More’s Utopia and the Ultimate Ends of Counsel, 16 Law & Literature 93 (2004)
  • Anselm Haverkamp, Richard II, Bracton, and the End of Political Theology, 16 Law & Literature 313 (2004)
  • Deborah Hecht, Private Letters and the Law: Edith Wharton’s Questions About Ownership and the Right to Publish Private Letters, 20 Touro L. Rev. 545 (2004)
  • Kristin Huston, The Lawyer as Savior: What Literature Says About the Attorney’s Role in Redemption, 73 UMKC L. Rev. 161 (2004)
  • Kristin Brandser Kalsem, Law, Literature, and Libel: Victorian Censorship of “Dirty Filthy” Books on Birth Control, 10 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 533 (2004)
  • Adam Komisaruk, The Privatization of Pleasure: “Crim Con.” In Wollstonecraft’s Maria, 16 Law & Literature 33 (2004)
  • Alfred S. Konefsky, The Accidental Historian: Herman Melville and the History of American Law, 52 Buff. L. Rev. 1179 (2004)
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, Mark Twain’s Evidence: The Never Ending Riverboat Debate, 72 Tenn. L. Rev. 1 (2004)
  • Pnina Lahav, Theater in the Courtroom: The Chicago Conspiracy Trial, 16 Law & Literature 381 (2004)
  • Patrick Lenta, The Tikoloshe and the Reasonable Man: Transgressing South African Legal Fictions, 16 Law & Literature 353 (2004)
  • Leonard J. Long, Law’s Character in Eliot’s Felix Holt, the Radical, 16 Law & Literature 237 (2004)
  • John E. MacKinnon, Law and Tenderness in Bernhard Schlink’s The Reader, 16 Law & Literature 179 (2004)
  • Michael J. Madison, The Narratives of Cyberspace Law (Or, Learning from Casablanca), 27 Colum. J.L. & Arts 249 (2004)
  • Desmond Manderson, In the Tout Court of Shakespeare: Interdisciplinary Pedagogy in Law, 54 J. Legal Educ. 283 (2004)
  • Note, Being Atticus Finch: The Professional Role of Empathy in To Kill a Mockingbird, 117 Harv. L. Rev. 1682 (2004)
  • Trisha Olson, Pausing Upon Portia, 19 J.L. & Religion 299 (2004)
  • Robert E. Rains, To Rhyme or Not to Rhyme: An Appraisal, 16 Law & Literature 1 (2004)
  • The Honorable Juan Ramirez, Jr., Amy D. Ronner, Voiceless Billy Budd: Melville’s Tribute to the Sixth Amendment, 41 Cal. W. L. Rev. 103 (2004)
  • Jeffrey I. Roth, Reading and Misreading The Reader, 16 Law & Literature 163 (2004)
  • Mark Sanders,  Truths and Contestation: Literature in Law,  16 Law & Literature 475 (2004)
  • Jeffrey G. Sherman, A Tax Teacher Tries Law and (Dramatic) Literature, 37 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 255 (2004)
  • Daniel Stern, Some Notes Toward a Response to The Reader, 16 Law & Literature 203 (2004)
  • Roger Stritmatter, A Law Case in Verse: Venus and Adonis and the Authorship Question, 72 Tenn. L. Rev. 171 (2004)
  • Pedro Alexis Tabensky, Judging and Understanding, 16 Law & Literature 207 (2004)
  • Robert L. Tsai, Fire, Metaphor and Constitutional Myth-Making, 93 Geo. L.J. 181 (2004)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, A Sympathy That Does Not Condone: Notes in Summation on Schlink’s The Reader, 16 Law & Literature 229 (2004)
  • Jonathan Yovel, Running Backs, Wolves, and Other Fatalities: How Manipulations of Narrative Coherence in Legal Opinions Marginalize Violent Death, 16 Law & Literature 127 (2004)

2003 

Books
  • Charles Ross, Elizabethan Literature and the Law of Fraudulent Conveyance: Sidney, Spenser, and Shakespeare (2003)   
  Articles
  • Susan Bandes, Searching for Worlds Beyond the Canon: Narrative, Rhetoric, and Legal Change, 28 Law & Soc. Inquiry 271 (2003)
  • Nina Barclay, Rhetoric and Law in Ovid’s Orpheus, 15 Law & Literature 395 (2003)
  • Patrick McKinley Brennan, Meaning’s Edge, Love’s Priority, 101 Mich. L. Rev. 2060 (2003)
  • David Caudill, Law and Literature, Literature and Science, and Enhancing the Disclosure of Law/Science Relations, 27 J. Legal Prof. 1 (2003)
  • Christine Alice Corcos, Prosecutors, Prejudices, and Justice: Observations on Presuming Innocence in Popular Culture and Law, 34 U. Toledo L. Rev. 793 (2003)
  • Christine Alice Corcos, Legal Fictions: Irony, Storytelling, Truth, and Justice in the Modern Courtroom Drama, 25 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 503 (2003)
  • Kieran Dolin, Continuing Negotiations: Law and Literature in Short Stories by Louis Auchincloss, 15 Law & Literature 189 (2003)
  • Denis Donoghue, Moby Dick After September 11th, 15 Law & Literature 161 (2003)
  • Pintip Hompluem Dunn, Note, How Judges Overrule: Speech Act Theory and the Doctrine of Stare Decisis, 113 Yale L.J. 493 (2003)
  • Samuel Y. Edgerton, When Even Artists Encouraged the Death Penalty, 15 Law & Literature 235 (2003)
  • Anthony Paul Farley, Behind the Wall of Sleep, 15 Law & Literature 421 (2003)
  • Nouri Gana, Beyond the Pale: Toward an Exemplary Relationship Between the Judge and the Literary Critic, 15 Law & Literature 313 (2003)
  • Adam Gearey, African Nietzche: Poetry, Philosophy and African Legal Thinking, 24 Cardozo L. Rev. 903 (2003)
  • Norman Greene, Samuel Edgerton, Barbara Jaffe, Pictures and Punishment in Western Culture: The Aesthetic Image of Public Execution and Its Impact on Criminal Justice, 15 Law & Literature 229 (2003)
  • Peter Heerey, Aesthetics, Culture, and the Whole Damn Thing, 15 Law & Literature 295 (2003)
  • Barbara Jaffe, William Hogarth and Eighteenth Century English Law Relating to Capital Punishment, 15 Law & Literature 267 (2003)
  • John M. Kang, The Uses of Insincerity: Thomas Hobbes’s Theory of Law and Society, 15 Law & Literature 371 (2003)
  • Lenora Ledwon, The Poetics of Evidence: Some Applications from Law & Literature, 21 QLR 1145 (2003)
  • Desmond Manderson, From Hunger to Love: Myths of the Source, Interpretation, and Constitution of Law in Children’s Literature, 15 Law & Literature 87
  • Anna Rose Mathieson, Every Move You Make: How Stories Shape the Law of Stalking, 101 Mich. L. Rev. 1589 (2003)
  • James McBride, Revisiting a Seminal Text of the Law and Literature Movement: A Girardian Reading of Herman Melville’s Billy Budd, Sailor, 3 Margins 285 (2003)
  • Andreas Philippopoulos Mihalopoulos, The Suspension of Suspension: Settling for the Improbable, 15 Law & Literature 345 (2003)
  • Ed Morgan, On Art and the Death Penalty: Invitation to a Beheading, 15 Law & Literature 279
  • Jane O’Sullivan, “Loquacious with an Obstinate Silence”: Sexual and Textual Subversions in Freud’s Dora and Fowles’ A Maggot, 15 Law & Literature 209 (2003)
  • Sunil Rao, Making Sense of Making Stories: Law, Literature, Life, 95 Law Libr. J. 455 (2003)
  • Lucia A. Silecchia, Things Are Seldom What They Seem: Judges and Lawyers in the Tales of Mark Twain, 35 Conn. L. Rev. 559 (2003)
  • Harold P. Southerland, Law, Literature, and History, 28 Vt. L. Rev. 1 (2003)

2002

 

Books
  • Anthony Chase, Movies on Trial : The Legal System on the Silver Screen (2002)  
  • Gregg D. Crane, Race, Citizenship, and Law in American Literature (2002)  
  • Richard Firth Green, Crisis of Truth: Literature and Law in Ricardian England (2002)  
  • Edward J. White, Commentaries on the Law in Shakespeare (2002)
  • Melanie Williams, Empty Justice: One Hundred years of Law, Literature and Philosophy (2002)  
Articles
  • Richard B. Allen, Law and Lawyers in Literature: Shakespeare’s Portia Stages a Masquerade, 12 SUM Experience 22 (2002)
  • Marina A. Angel, Classical Greek Influences on an American Feminist:  Susan Glaspell's Debt to Aristophanes, 52 Syracuse L. Rev. 81 (2002)
  • Alyson Bardsley, Belief and Beyond: The Law, the Nation, and the Drama in Joanna Baillie’s Witchcraft, 14 Yale J.L. & Human 231 (2002)
  • William Burnham, The Legal Context and Contributions of Dotoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, 100 Mich. L. Rev. 1227 (2002)
  • David S. Caudill, Scientific Narratives in Law: An Introduction, 14 Law & Literature 253 (2002)
  • Nancy L. Cook, A Call to Affirmative Action for Fiction’s Heroes of Color, or How Hawkeye, Huck and Atticus Foil the Work of Antiracism, 11 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 603 (2002)
  • Sonja J.M. Cooper, Comments on Lawyer Advertising Papers, 14 Law & Literature 207 (2002)
  • M.T.C. Cronin, The Law of Poetry (Selected Poems), 14 Law & Literature 229 (2002)
  • Michael M. Epstein, Victorian Divorce Anxiety and the Lawyer Statesman in Fin de Siecle Advertising, Literature and Debate, 14 Law & Literature 143 (2002)
  • Richard Epstein, Does Literature Work as Social Science: The Case of George Orwell, 73 U Colo. L. Rev. 987 (2002)
  • Tatiana Flessas, Sacrificial Stone, 14 Law & Literature 49 (2002)
  • Daniel M. Filler, Lawyers in the Yellow Pages, 14 Law & Literature 169 (2002)
  • Peter Goodrich, Erotic Melancholia: Law, Literature, and Love, 14 Law & Literature 103 (2002)
  • Dominique Gros, Le “Gardien de la Loi,” Selon Kafka, 14 Law & Literature 11 (2002)
  • Geoffrey H. Hartman, A Note on Plain Speech and Transparency, 14 Law & Literature 25 (2002)
  • Jonathan M. Hyman & Lela P. Love, If Portia Were a Mediator: An Inquiry Into Justice in Mediation, 9 Clinical L. Rev. 157 (2002)
  • Linda K. Kerber, Writing Our Own Rare Books, 14 Yale J.L. & Feminism 429 (2002)
  • Douglas E. Litowitz, Franz Kafka’s Outsider Jurisprudence, 27 Law & Soc. Inquiry 103 (2002)
  • Deborah B. Luyster, The Art of Alibi: English Law Courts and the Novel, 14 Law & Literature 595 (2002)
  • Deborah Luyster, Lawyering Skills in Law and Literature, 81 JAN Mich. B.J. 56 (2002)
  • William P. MacNeil, “Kidlit” as “Law and Lit”: Harry Potter and the Scales of Justice, 14 Law & Literature 545 (2002)
  • Robin Paul Malloy, Advertising and the Commodification of Lawyers, 14 Law & Literature 197 (2002)
  • Maureen E. Markey, Charles Dickens’ Bleak House: Mr Tulkinghorn as a Successful Literary Lawyer, 14 St. Thomas L. Rev. 689 (2002)
  • Simon Petch, The Business of the Barrister in A Tale of Two Cities, 44 Criticism 27 (2002)
  • Teresa Godwin Phelps, Atticus, Thomas, and the Meaning of Justice, 77 Notre Dame L. Rev. 925 (2002)
  • Marianne Sadowski, Note, “In an Evil Hour”: Confessions, Narrative Framing, and Cultural Complicity in Law and Literature, 34 Conn. L. Rev. 695 (2002)
  • Mariana Valverde, Justice as Irony: A Queer Ethical Experiment, 14 Law & Literature 85 (2002)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, Fish Takes the Bait; Holocaust Denial and Post Modernist Theory, 14 Law & Literature 131 (2002)
  • Peter M. Wolrich, Wagner’s Ring Interpreted in Light of Legal Principles, 14 Law & Literature 31 (2002)
  • Emmanuel Yewah, The Depiction of Law in African Literary Texts, 10 U. Miami Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 109 (2002)
  • Book Reviews  
  • Jessica M. Silbey, Book Review, What We Do When We Do Law and Popular Culture, 27 Law & Soc. Inquiry 139 (2002) (reviewing Richard Sherwin, When Law Goes Pop (2000))

2001

Books
  • Maria Aristodemou, Law and Literature: Journeys from Here to Eternity (2001)
  • Steve Greenfield & Guy Osborn, Film and the Law (2001)
  • Stefan Machura & Peters Robson, Law and Film (2001)
  • Dennis Patterson, The Theory of Law as Literature (2001)
  • Steven L. Winter, A Clearing in the Forest: Law, Life, and Mind (2001)  
Articles
  • George Anastaplo, Law & Literature and the Christian Heritage: Explorations, 40 Brandeis L.J. 191 (2001)
  • George Anastaplo, Law & Literature and the Austen Dostoyevsky Axis: Explorations, 46 S.D. L. Rev. 712 (2001)
  • George Anastaplo, Law & Literature and Shakespeare: Explorations, 26 Okla. City. U.L. Rev. 1 (2001)
  • Paul Bergman, The Movie Lawyers Guide to Redemptive Legal Practice, 48 UCLA L. Rev. 1393 (2001)
  • Kristin Brandser, Alice in Legal Wonderland: A Cross Examination of Gender, Race, and Empire in Victorian Law and Literature, 24 Harv. Women’s L.J. 221 (2001)
  • Paul G. Chevigny, From Betrayal to Violence: Dante’s Inferno and the Social Construction of Crime, 26 Law & Soc. Inquiry 787 (2001)
  • Brady Coleman, Lord Denning and Justice Cardozo: The Judge as Poet Philosopher, 32 Rutgers L.J. 485 (2001)
  • Christopher A. Colmo, Law and Love in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, 26 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 307 (2001)
  • M.T.C. Cronin, Selected Poems, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 137 (2001)
  • Tim Dare, Lawyers, Ethics, and To Kill a Mockingbird, 25 Phil. & Lit. 127 (2001)
  • Casey Davis, Introducing Trials into Law and Literature Classes, 26 Okla. City U.L. Rev. 447 (2001)
  • Ilene Durst, The Lawyer’s Image, the Writer’s Imagination: Professionalism and the Storyteller’s Art in Nadine Gordimer’s the House Gun, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 299 (2001)
  • Lawrence M. Friedman & Issachar Rosen-Zvi, Illegal Fictions: Mystery Novels and the Popular Image of Crime, 48 UCLA L. Rev. 1411 (2001)
  • Peter Goodrich, Europe in America: Grammatology, Legal Studies, and the Politics of Transmission, 101 Colum. L. Rev. 2033 (2001)
  • Nancy Morales Gonzalez, Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence and the Totality of the Circumstances of Two Literary Characters, 69 UMKC L. Rev. 883 (2001)
  • Louise Halper, Measure for Measure: Law, Prerogative, Subversion, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 221 (2001)
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, Comment on Prof. Halper’s Reading of Measure for Measure, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 265 (2001)
  • Sarah Krakoff,, Does “Law and Literature” Survive Lawyerland?, 101 Colum. L. Rev. 1742 (2001)
  • Daniel Larner, Passions for Justice: Fragmentation and Union in Tragedy, Farce, Comedy, and Tragicomedy, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 107 (2001)
  • John Leubsdorf, The Structure of Judicial Opinions, 86 Minn. L. Rev. 447 (2001)
  • Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Can They Do That? Legal Ethics in Popular Culture: Of Characters and Acts, 48 UCLA L. Rev. 1305 (2001)
  • Gary Minda, Cool Jazz But Not So Hot Literary Text in Lawyerland: James Boyd White’s Improvisations of Law as Literature, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 157 (2001)
  • Timothy P. O’Neill, Why Miranda Does Not Prevent Confessions: Some Lessons from Albert Camus, Arthur Miller and Oprah Winfrey, 51 Syracuse L. Rev. 863 (2001)
  • Guy Osborn, Borders and Boundaries: Locating the Law in Film, 28 J. L. & Soc’y 164 (2001)
  • David Ray Papke, Law, Cinema, and Ideology: Hollywood Legal Films of the 1950s, 48 UCLA L. Rev. 1473 (2001)
  • David Ray Papke, Lawyer Fiction in the Saturday Evening Post: Ephraim Tutt, Perry Mason, and Middle Class Expectations, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 207 (2001)
  • Norman Rosenberg, Looking for Law in All the Old Traces: The Movies of Classical Hollywood the Law, and the Case(s) of Film Noir, 48 UCLA L. Rev. 1443 (2001)
  • Amy Ross, Vienna Then and Now: The Impact of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure on the Twenty-First Century Legal Profession, 46 S.D. L. Rev. 781 (2001)
  • William T. Schemmel, Law and Literature, 45 DEC Res Gestae 50 (2001)
  • Richard K. Sherwin, Nomos and Cinema, 48 UCLA L. Rev. 1519 (2001)
  • Jessica Silbey, Patterns of Courtroom Justice, 28 J. L. & Soc’y 97 (2001)
  • Daniel J. Solove, Privacy and Power: Computer Databases and Metaphors for Information Privacy, 53 Stan. L. Rev. 1393 (2001)
  • Alyson Sprafkin, Language Strategy and Scrutiny in the Judicial Opinion and the Poem, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 271 (2001)
  • Symposium, Shakespeare and the Law,  26 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 1-470 (2001)
  • Symposium, Ralph Ellison and the Law,  26 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 823-1081 (2001)
  • Scott Turow, Law and Literature: Introductory Remarks and Panel Discussion, 31 N.M. L. Rev. 67 (2001)
  • Cornelia Vismann, “Rejouer Les Crimes” Theater vs. Video, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 119 (2001)
  • Larry Wertheim, Dickens’ Lesser Lawyers, 46 S.D. L. Rev. 695 (2001)
  • Steven L. Winter, The Next Century of Legal Thought?, 22 Cardozo. L. Rev. 747 (2001)
  • Edwin M. Yoder, Jr., Melville’s Billy Budd and the Trials of Captain Vere, 45 St. Louis U. L.J. 1109 (2001)
  • Peter K. Yu, Piracy, Prejudice, and Perspectives: An Attempt to Use Shakespeare to Reconfigure the U.S. China Intellectual Property Debate, 19 B.U. Int'l L.J. 1 (2001)
Book Reviews
  • Dennis Patterson, Book Review, The Theory of Law as Literature, 49 Buff. L. Rev. 477 (2001) (reviewing Guyora Binder & Robert Weisberg, Literary Criticisms of Law (2000))
  • James Seaton, Book Review, 13 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 193 (2001) (reviewing James Boyd White, From Expectations to Experience)
  • Steven L. Winter, Book Review, 99 Mich. L. Rev. 1607 (2001) (reviewing Anthony G. Amsterdam & Jerome Bruner, Minding the Law (2000))

2000

Books
  • Anthony G. Amsterdam & Jerome Bruner, Minding the Law (2000)  
  • Guyora Binder & Robert Weisberg, Literary Criticisms of Law (2000)  
  • Peter Brooks, Troubling Confessions: Speaking: Guilt in Law and Literature (2000)
  • Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette ed., Law In Literature: Legal Themes in Short Stories (2000)
  • Paul Kahn, Law and Love: The Trials of King Lear (2000)
  • Jeffrey C. Kinkley, Chinese Justice, the Fiction: Law and Literature in Modern China (2000)
  • Richard K. Sherwin, When Law Goes Pop (2000)  
Articles
  • George Anastaplo, Law and Literature and the Moderns: Explorations, 20 N. Ill. U.L. Rev. 251 (2000)
  • Michael Asimow, Bad Lawyers in the Movies, 24 Nova L. Rev. 533 (2000)
  • Rob Atkinson, Nihilism Need Not Apply: Law and Literature in Barth's The Floating Opera, 32 Arizona State L.J. 747 (2000)
  • Milner S. Ball, Just Stories, 12 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 37 (2000)
  • Jane B. Barron, Language Matters, 34 J. Marshall L. Rev. 163 (2000)
  • John M. Breen, Statutory Interpretation and the Lessons of Llewellyn, 33 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 263 (2000)
  • Erin A. Cook, Shining Lights at the Bar: Shakespeare’s Portia as a Model for Female Attorneys, 30 Cumb. L. Rev. 517 (2000)
  • Joel R. Cornwell, Languages of a Divided Kingdom: Logic and Literacy in the Writing Curriculum, 34 J. Marshall L. Rev. 49 (2000)
  • John Denvir, Law, Lawyers, Film, and Television, 24 Legal Studies Forum 343 (2000)
  • Marinos Diamantides, Review Essay: The Long Way to an Undisciplined Literature, 12 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 293 (2000) (reviewing Peter Lang, Undisciplining Literature: Literature, Law & Culture (1999)).
  • C.R.B. Dunlop, Samuel Warren: A Victorian Law and Literature Practitioner, 12 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 265 (2000)
  • N. Bruce Duthu, Incorporative Discourse in Federal Indian Law: Negotiating Tribal Sovereignty Though the Lens of Native American Literature, 13 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. 141 (2000)
  • Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette, Filling In the Silence: Domestic Violence, Literature and Law, 32 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 91 (2000)
  • Roberta M. Harding, Capital Punishment as Human Sacrifice: A Societal Ritual as Depicted in George Eliot’s Adam Bede, 48 Buff. L. Rev. 175 (2000)
  • Timothy Hoff, Anatomy of a Murder, 24 Legal Studies Forum 660 (2000)
  • Jason P. Isralowitz,  Lonely Hearts and Murderers: The Fourth Amendment Through Hitchcock’s Lens, 24 Legal Studies Forum 99 (2000)
  • Lyonette Louis Jacques, Gaps in International Legal Literature, I. Chi. J. Int’l L. 101 (2000)
  • Orit Kamir, Feminist Law and Film: Imagining Judges and Justice, 75 Chi. Kent L. Rev. 899 (2000)
  • Orit Kamir, Judgment by Film: Socio-Legal Functions of Rashomon, 12 Yale J.L. & Human. 39 (2000)
  • Kenneth L. Karst, Local Discourse and the Social Issues, 12 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 1 (2000)
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, He Knew More: Balzac and the Law, 21 Pace L. Rev. 1 (2000)
  • Edward J. Larson, Tales of Death: Storytelling in the Physician Assisted Suicide Litigation, 39 Washburn L.J. 159 (2000)
  • Lenora Ledwon, Common Sense, Contracts, and Law and Literature: Why Lawyers Should Read Henry James, 16 Touro L. Rev. 1065 (2000)
  • Randy Lee, Robert Bolt’s A Man for All Seasons and the Art of Discerning Integrity, 9 Widener J. Pub. L. 305 (2000)
  • Pedro A. Malavet, Literature and the Arts as Antisubordination Praxis: Latcrit Theory and Cultural Production: The Confessions of an Accidental Crit, 33 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1293 (2000)
  • Calvin Massey, Civic Discourse and Cultural Transformation, 12 Cardozo Stud L. & Literature 193 (2000)
  • Carrie Menkel Meadow, Telling Stories in School: Using Case Studies and Stories to Teach Legal Ethics, 69 Fordham L. Rev. 787 (2000)
  • Harriet Murav, The Beilis Ritual Murder Trial and the Culture of Apocalypse, 12 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 243 (2000)
  • Steven M. Oxenhandler, The Lady Doth Protest Too Much Methinks: The Use of Figurative Language from Shakespeare’s Hamlet in American Case Law, 23 Hamline L. Rev. 370 (2000)
  • Richard A. Posner, What Has Modern Literary Theory to Offer Law?, 53 Stan. L. Rev. 195 (2000)
  • Deborah Waire Post, Teaching Interdisciplinarily: Law and Literature as a Cultural Critique, 44 St. Louis U. L.J. 1247 (2000)
  • Nancy B. Rapoport, Dressed for Excess: How Hollywood Affects the Professional Behavior of Lawyers, 14 Notre Dam J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 49 (2000)
  • David A. J. Richards, Public and Private in the Discourse of the First Amendment, 12 Cardozo Stud L. & Literature 61 (2000)
  • Ysaiah Ross, Female Lawyers in the Movies, 74 Law Institute J.28 (July 2000)
  • Austin Sarat, Imagining the Law of the Father: Loss, Dread, and Mourning in the Sweet Hereafter, 34 Law & Soc’y Rev. 3 (2000)
  • Colleen Sheppard & Sarah Westphal, Narratives, Law and the Relational Context: Exploring Stories of Violence in Young Women’s Lives, 15 Wis. Women's L.J. 335 (2000)
  • Dan Simon, The Double Consciousness of Judging: The Problematic Legacy of Cardozo, 79 Or. L. Rev. 1033 (2000)
  • Margaret V. Turano, Moments of Grace: Lawyers Reading Literature, 72 OCT N.Y. St. B.J. 12 (2000)
  • William Joseph Wagner, The Pursuit of the Hunt, Interrupted: Changing Literary Images of Law, 49 Cath. U.L. Rev. 945 (2000)
  • Robin L. West, Are There Nothing But Texts in this Class? Interpreting the Interpretive Turns in Legal Thought, 76 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 1125 (2000)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, “The Verdict” Is In: The Civic Implications of Civil Trials, 50 DePaul L. Rev. 525 (2000)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, A Response on Cardozo to Professors Kaufman and Schwartz, 50 DePaul L. Rev. 535 (2000)
  • Edwin M. Yoder, Jr., Fated Boy: Billy Budd and the Laws of War, 31 J. Maritime L. & Commerce 615 (2000)
  • Kenji Yoshino, Survey, 98 Mich. L. Rev. 1399 (2000) (on Albert Camus, The Fall (1956)).
Book Reviews
  • David Baldacci, Book Review, The Simple Truth About 9 Scorpions and the Tenth Justice: Supreme Court Law Clerks in Legal Suspense Novels, 88 Cal. L. Rev. 233 (2000) (reviewing Paul Levine, 9 Scorpions (1998)).
  • Book Note, 114 Harv. L. Rev. 640 (2000) (on Peter Brooks, Troubling Confessions: Speaking Guilt in Law and Literature (2000)).
  • Marinos Diamantides, Book Review, The Long Way to an Undisciplined Literature, 12 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 293 (2000) (reviewing Kostas Myrsiades & Linda Myrsiades, eds., Undisciplining Literature: Literature, Law, and Culture (1999)).
  • Eric Drogin, Book Review, SEP Fed. Law 51 (2000) (reviewing Peter Brooks, Troubling Confessions: Speaking: Guilt in Law and Literature (2000))
  • Peter Karsten, Book Review, 18 Law & Hist. Rev. 683 (reviewing Nan Goodman, Shifting the Blame: Literature, Law, and the Theory of Accidents in Nineteenth Century America (1998))
  • Arwen P. Mohun, Book Review, 44 Am. J. Legal Hist. 295, (2000) (reviewing Nan Goodman, Shifting the Blame: Literature, Law, and the Theory of Accidents in Nineteenth Century America (1998))
  • Jeremy Waldron, Book Review, Ego Bloated Hovel, 94 Nw. U.L. Rev. 597 (2000) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory (1999))

1999

Books
  • David A. Black, Law in Film: Resonance and Representation (1999)  
  • Cushman Kellogg Davis, The Law in Shakespeare (1999)  
  • Kieran Dolin, Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourses in Victorian and Modernist Literature (1999)  
  • Michael Freeman & Andrew Lewis, eds., Law and Literature (1999)  
  • Peter Lang, Undisciplining Literature: Literature, Law & Culture (1999)  
  • Kostas Myrsiades & Linda Myrsiades, eds., Undisciplining Literature: Literature, Law, and Culture (1999) 
  • Ian Ward, Shakespeare and the Legal Imagination (1999)  
Articles
  • Maria Aristodemou, The Seduction of Mimesis: Theater as Woman and the Play of Difference and Excess in Aeschylus’s Oresteia, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 1 (1999)
  • Rob Atkinson, Liberating Lawyer’s: Divergent Parallels in Intruder in the Dust and To Kill A Mockingbird, 49 Duke L.J. 601 (1999)
  • J.M. Balkin & Sanford Levinson, Interpreting Law and Music: Performance Notes on “The Banjo Serenader” and “The Lying Crowd of Jews,” 20 Cardozo L. Rev. 1513 (1999)
  • Milner S. Ball, All the Law’s a Stage, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 215 (1999)
  • Jane B. Baron, Law, Literature, and the Problems of Interdisciplinarity, 108 Yale L.J. 1059 (1999)
  • Robert Batey, Parker v. Levy: A Primer in Judicial Persuasion, 49 J. Legal Educ. 97 (1999)
  • Stacy Caplow, Still in the Dark: Disappointing Images of Women Lawyers in the Movies, 20 Women’s Rts. L. Rep. 55 (1999)
  • David S. Caudill, Fabricating Authenticity: Law Students as Country Music Stars, 20 Cardozo L. Rev. 1573 (1999)
  • James R. Dawes, Language, Violence, and Human Rights Law, 11 Yale J.L. & Human. 215 (1999)
  • Ilene Durst, Valuing Women Storytellers: What They Talk About When They Talk About Law, 11 Yale L.J. & Feminism 245 (1999)
  • Jami K. Elison, The Prosecution of Billy Budd (Ultra Vires of Positive Law), 35 Willamette L. Rev. 57 (1999)
  • Michael Freeman, Truth and Justice in Bertolt Brecht, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 197 (1999)
  • Deni Smith Garcia, Three Worlds Collide: A Novel Approach to the Law, Literature and Psychology of Shame, 6 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 105 (1999)
  • Adam Gearey, Pierre Legendre and the Possibility of Critique: Myth, Law and Shelley’s Prometheus Unbound, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 135 (1999)
  • Michele Cammers Goodwin, The Black Woman in the Attic: Law, Metaphor and Madness in Jane Eyre, 30 Rutgers L.J. 597 (1999)
  • Igor Grazin, Kafka’s Myth of Law in the Context of the Legal Irrationality Inspired by the Russian Post Communist Marketplace, 8 MSU DCL J. Int’l L. 335 (1999)
  • Michael H. Hoffheimer, Observing Capital Punishment in Arnold Bennett’s The Old Wives’ Tale, 69 Miss. L.J. 441 (1999)
  • Anthony W. Krause, Asssessing Mr. Samsa’s Employee Rights: Kafka and the Art of the Human Resource Nightmare, 15 Lab. Law 309 (1999)
  • Cynthia G. Hawkins Leon, “Literature as Law”: The History of the Insanity Plea and a Fictional Application Within the Law & Literature Canon, 72 Temp. L. Rev. 381 (1999)
  • Steven Lubet, Reconstructing Atticus Finch, 97 Mich. L. Rev. 1339 (1999)
  • Stephanie Lysvk, Love of the Censor: Legendre, Censorship, and the Theater of the Basoche, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 113 (1999)
  • David Margolick, Performance as a Force for Change: The Case of Billie Holiday and “Strange Fruit,” 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 91 (1999)
  • Carrie Menkel Meadow, The Sense and Sensibilities of Lawyers: Lawyering in Literature, Narratives, Film and Television, and Ethical Choices Regarding Career and Craft, 31 McGeorge L. Rev. 1 (1999)
  • Jay P. Moran, How is Pynchon Related to the Law?, 24 Okla. City U.L. Rev. 449 (1999)
  • Sheila Murnaghan, Staging Ancient Crimes: A Response to Aristodemou, Tieffenbrun, Purkiss and Pantazakos, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 77 (1999)
  • Michael Pantazakos, Public Penance and Private Sin: The Clinton “Scandal” in Ancient and Modern Times, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 65 (1999)
  • Diane Purkiss, The Children of Medea: Euripides, Louise Woodward, and Deborah Eappen, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 53 (1999)
  • Mark Sanders, Law and Literature: Resources for Illinois Attorneys and Law Students, 87 Ill. B.J. 109 (1999)
  • Austin Sarat, The Cultural Life of Capital Punishment: Responsibility and Representation in Dead Man Walking, 11 Yale J.L. & Human. 153 (1999)
  • Hilary M. Schor, Show Trials: Character, Conviction and the Law in Victorian Fiction, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 179 (1999)
  • James Seaton, Law and Literature: Works, Criticism, and Theory, 11 Yale J.L. & Human. 479 (1999)
  • David R. Sherman, A Case Study in Legal Deconstruction: History, Community and Authority in The Crying of Lot 49, 24 Okla. City U.L. Rev. 641 (1999)
  • Mark Siegel, Pynchon’s Legal Landscape: Justice in Mason & Dixon, 24 Okla. City U.L. Rev. 439 (1999)
  • Nomi Maya Stolzenberg, Bentham’s Theory of Fiction’s a “Curious Double Language,” 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 223 (1999)
  • Susan W. Tiefenbrun, On Civil Disobedience, Jurisprudence, Feminism and the Law in the Antigones of Sophocles and Anouilh, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 35 (1999)
  • Susan Tiefenbrun, A Hermeneutic Methodology and How Pirates Read and Misread the Berne Convention, 17 Wis. Int'l L.J. 1 (1999)
  • David Dante & Troutt Screws, Koon and Routine Aberrations: The Use of Fictional Narratives in Federal Police Brutality Prosecutions, 74 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 18 (1999)
  • William Twining, Narrative and Generalizations in Argumentation About Questions of Fact, 40 S. Tex. L. Rev. 351 (1999)
  • Martha Merrill Umphrey, The Dialogics of Legal Meaning: Spectacular Trials, the Unwritten Law, and Narratives of Criminal Responsibility, 33 Law & Soc’y Rev. 393 (1999)
  • Cornelia Vismann, “Rejouer Les Crimes”: Theater vs. Video, 11 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 161 (1999)
Book Reviews
  • Barry R. Schaller & Timothy Hoff, Book Review, The Marketing of Law and Literature, 23 J. Legal Prof. 413 (1999) (reviewing Barry R. Schaller, Timothy Hoff, A Vision of American Law: Judging Law, Literature (1997))
  • A.W. Brian Simpson, Book Review, 93 Am. J. Int’l L. 540 (1999) (Reviewing Theodor Meron, Bloody Constraint: War and Chivalry in Shakespeare (1998)).
  • Terry Threadgold, Book Review, 23 Melb. U.L. Rev. 830 (1999) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: Revised and Enlarged Edition (1998))

1998 

Books
  • J.M. Balkin, Cultural Software: A Theory of Ideology (1998)  
  • Nan Goodman, Shifting the Blame: Literature, Law, and the Theory of Accidents in Nineteenth Century America (1998)  
  • William M. Hawley, Shakespearean Tragedy and the Common Law (1998)  
  • Paul J. Heald, ed., Literature and Legal Problem Solving: Law and Literature as Ethical Discourse (1998)  
  • Robert M. Jarvis & Paul R. Joseph, Prime Time Law: Fictional Television as Legal Narrative (1998)  
  • Harriet Muray, Russia’s Legal Fictions (1998)   Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: Revised and Enlarged Edition (1998)
  • Fred R. Shapiro & Jane Garry eds., Trial and Error: An Oxford Anthology of Legal Stories  (1998)  
Articles
  • Andrew N. Adler, Can Formalism Convey Justice? Oaths, “Deeds,” and Other Legal Speech Acts in Four English Renaissance Plays, 72 St. John’s L. Rev. 237 (1998)
  • George Anastaplo, Law & Literature and the Bible: Explorations, 23 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 515 (1998)
  • Milner Ball, The Future of Law and Literature: Convocations and Conversations, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 107 (1998)
  • Ralph Berets, Lawyers in Film: 1996, 22 Legal Studies Forum 99 (1998)
  • Robert F. Cochran, Jr., Crime, Confession, and the Counselor at Law, 35 Hous. L. Rev. 327 (1998)
  • Carrie S. Coffman, Gingerbread Women: Stereotypical Female Attorneys in the Novels of John Grisham, 8 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women’s Stud. 73 (1998)
  • Christine Alice Corcos, Portia and Her Partners in Popular Culture: A Bibliography,22 Legal Studies Forum 269 (1998)
  • Christine Alice Corcos, Portia Goes to Parliament: Women and their Admission to Membership in the English Legal Profession, 75 Denver L. Rev. 307 (1998)
  • M.T.C. Cronin, Poem, 21 Harv. Women's L.J. 227 (1998)
  • Wai Chee Dimock, Rethinking Space, Rethinking Rights: Literature, Law, Science, 10 Yale J.L. & Human. 487 (1998)
  • Martha J. Dragich, Justice Blackmun, Franz Kafka, and Capital Punishment, 63 Mo. L. Rev. 853 (1998)
  • David Franklin, Of Bench and Bard, 1 Green Bag 2d 317 (1998)
  • Rebecca R. French, Lamas, Oracles, Channels and the Law: Reconsidering Religion and Social Theory, 10 Yale J.L. & Human. 505 (1998)
  • Andrew Goldsmith, Is There Any Backbone in this Fish?  Interpretive Communities, Social Criticism, and Transgressive Legal Practice, 23 Law & Soc. Inquiry 373 (1998)
  • Peter Goodrich, The Laws of Love: Literature, History and the Governance of Kissing, 24 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 183 (1998)
  • Peter Goodrich, Law by Other Means, 10 Cardozo Stud. L & Literature 111 (1998)
  • Barbara Johnson, Anthropomorphism in Lyric and Law, 10 Yale J.L. & Human. 549 (1998)
  • Alan R. Kabat, Scarlet Letter Sex Offender Databases and Community Notification: Sacrificing Personal Privacy for a Symbol’s Sake, 35 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 333 (1998)
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, A Practicing Lawyer Looks Back on Law and Literature, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 117 (1998)
  • Lenora Ledwon, Melodrama and Law: Feminizing the Juridical Gaze, 21 Harv. Women's L.J.  141 (1998)
  • Samuel J. Levine, Halacha and Aggada: Translating Robert Cover’s Nomos and Narrative, 1998 Utah L. Rev. 465 (1998)
  • Sanford Levinson, Some Brief Reflections About Law and Literature, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 121 (1998)
  • Leonard J. Long, The Life and Death of Law: Law’s Role as the Other Bastard in William
  • Shakespeare’s The Life and Death of King John, 18 QLR 1 (1998)
  • Stephanie Lysyk, Purple Prose: Writing, Rhetoric and Property in the Justinian Corpus, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 33 (1998)
  • Theodor Meron, Crimes and Accountability in Shakespeare, 92 Am. J. Int'l L. 1 (1998)
  • Shira Pavis Minton, Hawthorne and the Handmaid: An Examination of the Law’s Use as a Tool of Oppression, 13 Wis. Women’s L.J. 45 (1998)
  • Blake D. Morant, Law, Literature and Contract: An Essay in Realism, 4 Mich. J. Race & L. 1 (1998)
  • Peter C. Myers, ‘Sivilization and Its Discontents: Nature and Law in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, 22 Legal Studies Forum 557 (1998)
  • Leslie Newman, Applied Law and Literature in Two Traditions, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 125 (1998)
  • John Jay Osborn, Jr., On the Tenth Anniversary of Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 129 (1998)
  • Michael Pantazakos, The Form of Ambiguity: Law, Literature and the Meaning of Meaning, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 199 (1998)
  • William Wesley Patton, Biblical, Legal and Miltonic Influences in Melville’s Redburn, 23 Okla.  City U. L. Rev. 911 (1998)
  • Penelope Pether, (Re)Centering, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 131 (1998)
  • Monroe E. Price, On Naming, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 135 (1998)
  • Judith Resnik, On the Margin: Humanities and Law, 10 Yale J.L. & Human. 413 (1998)
  • Jonathan D. Rowe, “It Gets Late Early Out There”: Yogi Berra Tours the Law Schools, 77 Mich. B.J. 664 (1998)
  • David Sanua, Poetry: “The Terminus Station,” 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 61 (1998)
  • Daniel Stern, The Fellowship of Men that Die: The Legacy of Albert Camus, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 183 (1998)
  • Miguel Tamen, Kinds of Persons, Kinds of Rights, Kinds of Bodies, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 1 (1998)
  • Susan W. Tiefenbrun, On the Tenth Anniversary of Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 139 (1998)
  • Daniel F. Tritter, Lusty Voice II, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 143 (1998)
  • Margaret Valentine Turano, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, and the Marital Property Law, 21 Harv. Women's L.J. 179 (1998)
  • Richard Weisberg, Why They’re Censoring the Tin Drum: Kristallnacht Reflections on the End of the Epic, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 161 (1998)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, Confiscated Jewish Property in Vichy, France: An Attempt to Understand Through Shakespeare, 20 Cardozo L. Rev. 591 (1998)
  • Robin West,  Toward Humanistic Theories of Legal Justice, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 147 (1998)
  • James Boyd White, What We Know, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 151 (1998)
  • Willem J. Witteveen, Law and Literature: Expanding, Contracting, Emerging, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 155 (1998)
  • Samuel Wolff & Kenneth Rivkin, The Legal Education of Franz Kafka, 22 Columbia-VLA J. Law & the Arts 407 (1998)
  • Douglas Y’Barbo, Aesthetic Ambition Versus Commercial Appeal: On Adapting Novels to Film and the Copyright Law, 10 St. Thomas L. Rev. 299 (1998)
Book Reviews
  • Judith Koffler, Book Review, Three Looking Glasses for Law and Literature, 10 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 69 (1998) (reviewing Barry R. Schaller, A Vision of American Law (1997), Robin West, Caring for Justice (1997), and Theodore Ziolkowski, The Mirror of Justice (1997))
  • Michael T. Cahill, Book Review, 96 Mich. L. Rev. 1884 (1998) (reviewing Robin West, Caring for Justice (1997))
  • Susan R. Dailey, Book Review, View from the Bench: Crosscurrents in American Law and Literature, 18 QLR 155 (1998) (reviewing Barry R. Schaller, A Vision of American Law: Judging Law, Literature and the Stories We Tell (1997))
  • Francis J. Mootz, Book Review, Between Truth and Provocation: Reclaiming Reason in American Legal Scholarship, 10 Yale J.L. & Human. 605 (1998) (Reviewing Daniel A. Farber and Suzanna Sherry, Beyond all Reason: The Radical Assault on Truth in American Law (1997))
  • Tonya Plank, Book Review, Approximating Procne: The Role of Literature in Feminist Jurisprudence and Advocacy, 19 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 213 (1998) (reviewing Jacqueline St. Joan, Beyond Portia: Women, Law, and Literature in the United States (1997))
  • Philip Shuchman, Book Review, Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France, 50 Rutgers L. Rev. 607 (1998) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France (1996))
  • Larry M. Wertheim, Book Review, A Critique of Schaller’s A Vision of American Law: Judging Law,s Literature and the Stories We Tell, 21 Hamline L. Rev. 337 (1998) (reviewing Barry R. Schaller, A Vision of American Law: Judging Law, Literature and the Stories We Tell (1997))

1997

Books
  • Jacqueline St. Joan, Beyond Portia: Women, Law, and Literature in the United States (1997)
  • Barry R. Schaller, A Vision of American Law: Judging Laws, Literature and the Stories We Tell (1997)
  • Robin West, Caring for Justice (1997)
  • Theodore Ziolkowski, The Mirror of Justice: Literary Reflections of Legal Crises (1997)
  Articles
  • Marina Angel, Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and a Jury of Her Peers: Woman Abuse in a Literary and Legal Context, 45 Buff. L. Rev. 779 (1997)
  • Vera Bergelson, Crimes and Defenses of Rodion Raskolnikov, 85 Ky. L.J. 919 (1997)
  • Patricia L. Bryan, Stories in Fiction and in Fact: Susan Glaspell’s A Jury of Her Peers and the 1901 Murder Trial of Margaret Hossack, 49 Stan. L. Rev. 1293 (1997)
  • Jo Carrillo, Protecting a Piece of American Folklore: The Example of the Gusset, 4 J. Intell. Prop. L. 203 (1997)
  • Judy M. Comett, Hoodwink’d by Custom: The Exclusion of Women from Juries in 18th Century English Law and Literature, 4 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 1 (1997)
  • Christine Alice Corcos, Portia Goes to Parliament: Women and Their Admission to Membership in the English Legal Profession, 75 Denv. U. L. Rev. 307 (1998)
  • Frances H. Foster, Parental Law, Harmful Speech, and the Development of Legal Culture: Russian Judicial Chamber Discourse and Narrative, 54 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 923 (1997)
  • John Frow, Measure for Measure: A Response to Steven Mailloux, 9 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 11 (1997)
  • Kent Greenfield & John E. Nillson, Gradgrind’s Education: Using Dickens and Aristotle to Understand (and Replace?) the Business Judgment Rule, 63 Brook. L. Rev. 799 (1997)
  • Michael H. Hoffheimer, Law and Legal Education as a Hotbed for the Novel: The Case of Goethe, 44 Wayne L. Rev. 1 (1998)
  • Peter J. Hutchings, Modern Forensics: Photography and Other Suspects, 9 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 299 (1997)
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, The Double Life of Wallace Stevens: Is Law Ever the “Necessary Angel” of Creative Art, 41 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 1187 (1997)
  • Murray Krieger, To Make Reason and the Will of God Prevail: The Heroic Dramas of Barrie Stavis, 9 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 153 (1997)
  • Mitchel De S. O. L’e. Lasser, Comparative Law and Comparative Literature: A Project in Progress, 1997 Utah L. Rev. 471 (1997)
  • Robert J. Lukens, Discoursing on Democracy and the Law: A Deconstructive Analysis, 70 Temp. L. Rev. 587 (1997)
  • Steven Mailloux, Measuring Justice: Notes on Fish, Foucault and the Law, 9 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 1 (1997)
  • Peter Marguiles, The Identity Question, Madeleine Albright’s Past, and Me: Insights from Jewish and African American Law and Literature, 17 Loy. LA. Ent. L.J. 595 (1997)
  • Ken Masugi, Race, The Rule of Law, and The Merchant of Venice, 11 Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 197 (1997)
  • Gary Minda, Law and Literature at Century’s End, 9 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 245 (1997)
  • Brian Fintan Moore, Assigning Moral Culpability in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, 50 Rutgers L. Rev. 645 (1998)
  • Jay P. Moran, Postmodernism’s Misguided Place in Legal Scholarship: Chaos Theory, Deconstruction, and Some Insights from Thomas Pynchon’s Fiction, 6 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 155 (1997)
  • Richard A. Posner, Legal Narratology, 64 U. Chi. L. Rev. 737 (1997)
  • Laurie Rosensweig, International Law and Literature, 91 Am. Soc’y Int’l L. Proc. 116 (1997)
  • Jacqueline St. Joan, Sex, Sense, and Sensibility: Trespassing into the Culture of Domestic Abuse, 20 Harv. Women’s L.J. 263 (1997)
  • Kevin W. Saunders, Billy Budd and the Federal Sentencing Mandates, 22 Oklahoma City U. L. Rev. 211 (1997)
  • Paul M. Schupack,  Natural Justice and King Lear, 9 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 67 (1997)
  • Daniel J. Solove, Postures of Judging: An Exploration of Judicial Decisionmaking, 9 Cardozo Studies in L. & Literature 173 (1997)
  • Jack Stark, Using Literature to Imagine Other Legal Cultures, 44 Jan Fed. Law. 54 (1997)
  • Brook Thomas, Plessy v. Ferguson and the Literary Imagination, 9 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 45 (1997)
  • Kenji Yoshino, The Lawyer of Belmont, 9 Yale J. L. & Humanities 183 (1997)
Book Reviews
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, Book Review, The Byronic Hero Meets the Law and Literature Movement, 46 Emory L.J. 1617 (1997) (reviewing Martha Grace Duncan, Romantic Outlaws, Beloved Prisons: The Unconscious Meanings of Crime and Punishment (1996))
  • Thomas Morawetz, Book Review, Law’s Essence: Lawyers as Tellers of Tales, 29 Conn. L. Rev. 899 (1997) (reviewing Peter Brooks & Paul Gewirtz, Law’s Stories: Narrative and Rhetoric in the Law (1996))
  • Tonya Plank, Book Review, Approximating Procne: The Role of Literature in Feminist Jurisprudence and Advocacy, 19 Women’s Rts. L. Rep. 213 (1998) (reviewing Jacqueline St. Joan, Beyond Portia: Women, Law, and Literature in the United States (1997))
  • Steven Richman, Book Review, “The Elsinore Appeal”: People v. Hamlet, 188 NOV. N.J. Law 31 (1997) (reviewing William Shakespeare, Marvin E. Frankel, Stephen Gillers, and Norman L. Greene, “The Elsinore Appeal”: People v. Hamlet (1996))
  • Jack Stark, Book Review, The Mirror of Justice: Literary Reflections of Legal Crises, 70 DEC. Wis. Law. 35 (1997) (reviewing Theodore Ziolkowski, The Mirror of Justice: Literary Reflections of Legal Crises (1997))
  • Larry M. Wertheim, Book Review, A Critique of Schaller’s A Vision of American Law: Judging Laws, Literature and the Stories We Tell, 21 Hamline L. Rev. 337 (1998) (reviewing Barry R. Schaller, A Vision of American Law: Judging Laws, Literature and the Stories We Tell (1997))
  • Robin West, Book Review, Law and Fancy, 95 Mich. L. Rev. 1851 (1997) (reviewing Martha C. Nussbaum, Poetic Justice: The Literary Imagination and Public Life (1995))

1996

 

Books
  • Paul Bergman and Michael Asimow, Reel Justice: The Courtroom Goes to the Movies (1996)  
  • Peter Brooks and Paul Gewirtz, Law’s Stories: Narrative and Rhetoric in the Law (1996)  
  • John Denvir, Legal Reelism: Movies as Legal Texts (1996)   
  • Martha Grace Duncan, Romantic Outlaws, Beloved Prisons: The Unconscious Meanings of Crime and Punishment (1996)  
  • Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette, ed., Law In Literature: Legal Themes in Novellas (1996)  
  • Lenora Ledwon, ed., Law and Literature: Text and Theory (1996)  
  • Martha C. Nussbaum, Poetic Justice: The Literary Imagination and Public Life (1996)  
  • Bruce L. Rockwood, ed., Law and Literature Perspectives (1996)
  • Richard Weisberg, Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France (1996)  
Articles
  • Marina Angel, Criminal Law and Women: Giving the Abused Woman Who Kills A Jury of Her Peers Who Appreciate Trifles, 33 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 229 (1996)
  • Jody Armour, Just Deserts: Narrative, Perspective, Choice, and Blame, 57 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 525 (1996)
  • Milner S. Ball, James Boyd White, A Conversation Between Milner Ball and James Boyd White, 8 Yale J.L. & Human. 465 (1996)
  • Sarah Barringer Gordon, “Our National Hearthstone”: Anti Polygamy Fiction and the Sentimental Campaign Against Moral Diversity in Antebellum America, 8 Yale J.L. & Human. 295 (1996)
  • Robert Batey, Naked Lunch for Lawyers: William S. Burroughs on Capital Punishment, Pornogrpahy, the Drug Trade, and the Predatory Nature of Human Interaction, 27 Cal. W. Int’l L.J. 101 (1996)
  • Robert Batey, Punishment by Family and Community in Katherine Anne Porter’s Noon Wine, 29 Akron L. Rev. 205 (1996)
  • Ralph Berets, Changing Images of Justice in American Films, 20 Legal Studies Forum 473 (1996) 
  • Peter Brooks, Storytelling Without Fear? Confession in Law & Literature, 8 Yale J.L. & Human. 1 (1996)
  • Albert B. Brophy, “Over and Above…There Broods a Portentous Shadow, the Shadow of Law”: Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Critique of Slave Law in Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 12 J.L. & Religion 457 (1996)
  • Alfred L. Brophy, “Ingenium Est Fateri Per Quos Profeceris:” Francis Daniel Pastorius’ Young Country Clerk’s Collection and Anglo-American Legal Literature, 3 U. Chi. L. Sch. Roundtable 637 (1996)
  • Perry Dane, The Public, The Private, and the Sacred: Variations on a Theme of Nomos and Narrative, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 15 (1996)
  • James R. Elkins, Troubled Beginnings: Reflections on Becoming a Lawyer, 26 U. Mem. L. Rev. 1303 (1996)
  • Amanda K. Esquibel, Be Led Not Into Temptation: Ethics Lessons from The Rainmaker, 26 U. Mem. L. Rev. 1325 (1996)
  • Vic Fleming, Truth is Stronger Than Fiction, 30 SPG Ark. Law. 42 (1996)
  • Vic Fleming, Toward Balance Through Healthy Humor, 31 JUL Ark. Law. 8 (1996)
  • Vic Fleming, Did They Really Say That?, 31 FALL Ark. Law. 8 (1996)
  • Paul Gewirtz, On “I Know It When I See It,” 105 Yale L.J. 1023 (1996)
  • Edward de Grazia, How Justice Brennan Freed Novels and Movies During the Sixties, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 259 (1996)
  • Jeffrey L. Harrison, Sarah E. Wilson, Advocacy in Literature: Storytelling, Judicial Opinions and The Rainmaker, 26 U. Mem. L. Rev. 1285 (1996)
  • Michael Herz, “Do Justice!”: Variations of a Thrice Told Tale, 82 Va. L. Rev. 111 (1996)
  • N.E.H. Hull, The Romantic Realist: Art, Literature and the Enduring Legacy of Karl Llewellyn’s ‘Jurisprudence,’ 40 Am. J. Legal Hist. 115 (1996)
  • Nancy E. Johnson, Women, Agency and the Law: Mediations of the Novel in the Late 18th  Century, 19 Harv. Women’s L.J. 269 (1996)
  • Susan P. Koniak, When Law Risks Madness, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 65 (1996)
  • Lenora Ledwon, Maternity as a Legal Fiction: Infanticide and Sir Walter Scott’s The Heart of Midlothian, 18 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 1 (1996)
  • Peter Marguiles, The Violence of Law and Violence Against Women, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 179 (1996)
  • Amy R. Mashburn, The Burden of Truth: Reconciling Literary Reality with Professional Mythology, 26 U. Mem. L. Rev. 1257 (1996)
  • Martha Minow, Not Only for Myself: Identity, Politics, and Law, 75 Or. L. Rev. 647 (1996)
  • John Jay Osborne, Jr., Atticus Finch - The End of Honor: A Discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird, 30 U. S.F. L. Rev. 1139 (1996) 
  • Penelope Pether, Jangling the Keys to the Kingdom: Some Reflections on The Crucible, on an American Constitutional Paradox, and on Australian Judicial Review, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 317 (1996)
  • Joseph Pugliese, Rationalized Violence and Legal Colonialism: Nietzsche Contra Nietzsche, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 277 (1996)
  • Donald J. Polden, Introduction to Law and Literature: A Collection of Essays on John Grisham’s The Rainmaker, 26 U. Mem. L. Rev. 1251 (1996)
  • Judith Resnick, Changing the Topic, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 339 (1996)
  • Bruce Rogow, The Art of Making Law From Other People’s Art, 14 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 127 (1996)
  • Suzanne Last Stone, Justice, Mercy, and Gender in Rabbinic Thought, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 139 (1996)
  • Gregory J. Sullivan, Children Into Men: Lawyers and the Law in Three Novels, 37 Cath. Law. 29 (1996)
  • Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Finding a True Story of American Religion: Comments on L.H. LaRue’s Constitutional Law as Fiction: Narrative in the Rhetoric of Authority, 53 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 981 (1996)
  • Deborah L. Threedy, The Madness of a Seduced Woman: Gender, Law and Literature, 6 Tex. J. Women & L. 1 (1996)
  • Sallie Tisdale, Is There Such a Thing as Irresponsible Art?, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 253  (1996)
  • Mike Townsend, Cardozo’s Allegheny College Opinion: A Case Study in Law as an Art, 33 Hous. L. Rev. 1103 (1996)
  • Mary Pat Treuthart, A Summer’s Tale: Of Marriage, Feminism and Jury Duty, 19 Harv. Women’s L.J. 293 (1996)
  • Lea VanderVelde, The Moral Economy of the Purchase of Freedom: Ethical Lessons from the Slave Narratives, 17 Cardozo L. Rev. 1983 (1996)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, It’s a Positivist, It’s a Pragmatist, It’s a Codifier! Reflections on Nietzsche an Stendhal, 18 Cardozo L. Rev. 85 (1996)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, The Hermeneutic of Acceptance and the Discourse of the Grotesque, with a Classroom Exercise on Vichy Law, 17 Cardozo L. Rev. 1875 (1996)
  • Larry M. Wertheim, The First Othello: A Tribute to the Anglo-American Adversary System, 22 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1003 (1996)
  • Robin West, Constitutional Fictions and Meritocratic Success Stories, 53 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 995 (1996)
  • Robin L. West, Invisible Victims: A Comparison of Susan Glaspell’s Jury of Her Peers and Herman Melville’s Bartleby the Scrivener, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 203 (1996)
  • Robin L. West, The Literary Lawyer, 27 Pac. L.J. 1187 (1996)
  • Alan I. Widiss, “Bad Faith” in Fact and Fiction: Ruminations on John Grisham’s Tale About Insurance Coverages, Punitive Damages and the Great Benefit Life Insurance Company, 26 U. Mem. L. Rev. 1377 (1996)
  • Stephen Wizner, Repairing the World Through Law: A Reflection on Robert Cover’s Social Activism, 8 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 1 (1996)
Book Reviews
  • Bruce L. Rockwood, Book Review, The Good, the Bad, and the Ironic: Two Views on Law and Literature, 8 Yale J.L. & Human. 533 (reviewing Daniel J. Kornstein, Kill All the Lawyers? Shakespeare’s Legal Appeal (1994) and Ian Ward, Law and Literature: Possibilities and Perspectives (1995))
  • Susan Sage Heinzelman, Book Review, Amateurs and Professionals, Lawyers and Critics: An Essay on Kornstein’s Shakespeare, 21 Law & Soc. Inquiry 185 (1996) (reviewing Daniel J. Kornstein, Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare’s Legal Appeal (1994))
  • Thomas Morawetz, Book Review, Empathy and Judgment, 8 Yale J.L. & Human. 517 (1996) (reviewing Martha C. Nussbaum, Poetic Justice: The Literary Imagination and Public Life (1996))
  • Daniel J. Solove, Book Note, Fictions About Fictions, 105 Yale L.J. 1439 (1996) (reviewing L.H. LaRue, Constitutional Law as Fiction: Narrative in the Rhetoric of Authority (1995))
  • Book Note, 10 Harv. L. Rev. 2130 (1996) (reviewing Steve Redhead, Unpopular Cultures: The Birth of Law and Popular Culture (1995))

1995

 

Books
  • Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette, ed., Law In Literature: Legal Themes in Drama (1995)  
  • Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette, ed., Law In Literature: An Annotated Bibliography of Law-Related Works (1995)  
  • L.H. LaRue, Constitutional Law as Fiction: Narrative in the Rhetoric of Authority (1995)  
  • Martha C. Nussbaum, Poetic Justice: The Literary Imagination and Public Life (1995)  
  • Steve Redhead, Unpopular Cultures: The Birth of Law and Popular Culture (1995)
  • Ian Ward, Law and Literature: Possibilities and Perspectives (1995)  
Articles
  • Anita L. Allen & Michael R. Seidl, Cross Cultural Commerce in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, 10 Am. U.J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 837 (1995)
  • Rob Atkinson, How the Butler Was Made To Do It: The Perverted Professionalism of the Remains of the Day, 105 Yale L.J. 177 (1995)
  • Lisa A. Binder, “With More Than Admiration He Admired”: Images of Beauty and Defilement in Judicial Narratives of Rape, 18 Harv. Women’s L.J. 265 (1995)
  • Andrew Brod, Economics as One of the Humanities: A Comment, 4 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 313 (1995)
  • Stacy Burton, Benjy, Narrativity, and the Coherence of Compson History, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 207 (1995)
  • Pinaki Chakravorty, The Rushdie Incident as Law and Literature Parable, 104 Yale L.J. 2213 (1995)
  • Ruth Colker, An Embodied Bisexual Perspective, 7 Yale J.L. & Human. 163 (1995)
  • M.T.C. Cronin, Notorious Fact, 18 Harv. Women’s L.J. 302 (1995)
  • M.T.C. Cronin, Perching & Song Birds, 18 Harv. Women’s L.J. 304 (1995)
  • Lawrence Douglas, Film as Witness: Screening Nazi Concentration Camps Before the Nuremberg Tribunal, 105 Yale L.J. 449 (1995)
  • Lawrence Douglas, Wartime Lies: Securing the Holocaust in Law and Literature, 7 Yale J.L. & Human. 367 (1995)
  • Julia Epstein, The Pregnant Imagination, Fetal Rights, and Women’s Bodies: A Historical Inquiry, 7 Yale J.L. & Human. 139 (1995)
  • Norman J. Finkel, Achilles Fuming, Odysseus Stewing, and Hamlet Brooding: On the Story of the Murder/Manslaughter Distinction, 74 Neb. L. Rev. 742 (1995)
  • Margaret J. Fried & Lawrence A. Frolik, The Limits of Law: Litigation, Lawyers and the Search for Justice in Russell Banks’ The Sweet Hereafter, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 1 (1995)
  • John Frow, Elvis’ Fame: The Commodity Form and the Form of the Person, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 131 (1995)
  • Ronald R. Garet, Gnostic Due Process, 7 Yale J.L. & Human. 97 (1995)
  • Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette, Antigone, Creon, and Captain Vere: A Response to David A. Reidy, 19 Legal Studies Forum 273 (1995)
  • Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette, Law and Literature: Joining the Class Action, 29 Val. U. L. Rev. 665 (1995)
  • Sima Godfrey, Rien Que Ton Costume, On Te Met a la Porte: The Importance of Being Fashionable in 19th Century French Literature, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 245 (1995)
  • John J. Golden, The Form of Flaubert’s Herodias, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 229 (1995)
  • Leigh Hunt Greenshaw, Learning the Practice of Legal Rhetoric, 29 Val. U. L. Rev. 861 (1995)
  • Julia E. Haningsberg, An Essay on The Piano, Law, and the Search For Women’s Desire, 3 Mich. J. Gender & L. 41 (1995)
  • Paul J. Heald, Medea and the Unman: Literary Guidance in the Determination of Heinousness Under Maynard v. Cartwright, 73 Tex. L. Rev. 571 (1995)
  • Paul J. Heald, Economics as One of the Humanities: An Ecumenical Response to Weisberg, West, and White, 4 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 293 (1995)
  • Wolfgang Holdheim, Judicial Error as a Literary Theme (1969) “Defining the Theme,” 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 117 (1995)
  • W. Wolfgang Holdheim, On the Genealogy of the Judicial Error (1983), 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 125 (1995)
  • Michelle Lerner, Upon My Naming Day, 18 Harv. Women’s L.J. 301 (1995)
  • Carrie Menkel‑Meadow, Portia Redux: Another Look at Gender, Feminism, and Legal Ethics, 2 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 75 (1995)
  • Linda C. McClain, Inviolability and Privacy: The Castle, The Sanctuary and the Body, 7 Yale J.L. & Human. 195 (1995)
  • Maria L. Ontiveros, Fictionalizing Harassment: Disclosing the Truth, 93 Mich L. Rev. 1373 (1995)
  • Michael Pantazakos, Ad Humanitatem Pertinent: A Personal Reflection on the History and Purpose of the Law and Literature Movememt, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 31 (1995)
  • Richard A. Posner, Judges’ Writing Styles (And Do They matter?), 62 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1421 (1995)
  • John R. Quinn, The Lost Language of the Irish Gay Male: Textualization in Ireland’s Law and Literature (Or the Most Hidden Ireland), 26 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 553 (1995)
  • Richard Rambuss, Christ’s Ganymede, 7 Yale J.L. & Human. 77 (1995)
  • Steven M. Richman, Sidney Lanier and the Poetry of Legal Morality, 25 Cumb. L. Rev. 309 (1995)
  • Carole Shapiro, Women Lawyers in Celluloid: Why Hollywood Skirts The Truth, 25 U. Tol. L. Rev. 955 (1995)
  • Frank Stringfellow, Kafka’s Trial: Between the Republic and Psychoanalysis, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 173 (1995)
  • Larry M. Wertheim, Law as Frolic, Law as Literature in A Frolic Of His Own, 21 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 421 (1995)
  • William G. Wheatley, Law and Literature: “Sentence First, Verdict Later,” 55 JAN Or. St. B. Bull 25 (1995)
  • Michael Jay Wilson, A View of Justice in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and Measure for Measure, 70 Notre Dame L. Rev. 695 (1995)
  • Daniel Yeager, Marlowe’s Faustus: Contract As Metaphor? 2 U. Chi. L. Sch. Roundtable 599 (1995)
Book Reviews
  • Book Note, Hollow Hope, 108 Harv. L. Rev. 1399 (1995) (reviewing James B. White, Acts of Hope: Creating Authority in Literature, Law and Politics (1994))
  • Melvyn R. Leventhal, Book Review, 60 Brook. L. Rev. 1517 (1995) (reviewing Daniel J. Kornstein, Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare’s Legal Appeal (1994))
  • John Jay Osborn, Jr., Book Review, Daniel J. Kornstein, Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare’s Legal Appeal, 7 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 73 (1995) (reviewing Daniel J. Kornstein, Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare’s Legal Appeal (1994))
  • Kevin T. Traskos, Book Review, 93 Mich. L. Rev. 1820 (1995) (reviewing Daniel J. Kornstein, Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare’s Legal Appeal (1994))

1994

Books
  • Stanley Fish, There is No Such Thing as Free Speech (1994)  
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare’s Legal Appeal (1994)
  • James B. White, Acts of Hope: Creating Authority in Literature, Law and Politics (1994)  
Articles
  • Jane B. Baron, Resistance to Stories, 67 S. Cal. L. Rev. 255 (1994)
  • J.M. Balkin, Transcendental Deconstruction, Transcendent Justice, 92 Mich. L. Rev. 1131 (1994)
  • Arta  Lucescu Boutcher, Shestov and Fondane: Life Beyond Morals, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 79 (1994)
  • Marie E. Burke, Antonia, 17 Harv. Women’s L.J. 224 (1994)
  • Carmia N. Caesar, Untitled, 17 Harv. Women’s L.J. 225 (1994)
  • Michel Carrassou, Benjamin Fondane: Letters from Drancy, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 103 (1994)
  • Nancy L. Cook, Outside the Tradition: Literature as Legal Scholarship, 63 U. Cin. L. Rev. 95 (1994)
  • Ovid S. Crohmalniceanu, Benjamin Fondane and Romania, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 63 (1994)
  • Clark D. Cunningham, Learning from Law Students: A Socratic Approach to Law and Literature? 63 U. Cin. L. Rev. 195 (1994)
  • Martha Grace Duncan, In Slime and Darkness: The Metaphor of Filth in Criminal Justice, 68 Tul. L. Rev. 725 (1994)
  • Thomas D. Eisele, Introduction: Conducting Our Educations in Public, 63 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1 (1994)
  • Marc A. Fajer, Authority, Credibility, and Pre-Understanding: A Defense of Outsider Narratives in Legal Scholarship, 82 Geo. L.J. 1845 (1994)
  • Eric Freedman, Benjamin Fondane: Philoctetes and the Scream of Exile, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 51 (1994)
  • Monroe H. Freedman, Atticus Finch - Right and Wrong, 45 Alabama L. Rev. 473 (1994) 
  • Louise Harmon, Law, Art and The Killing Jar, 79 Iowa L. Rev. 367 (1994)
  • Peter Hutchings, Violence, Censorship and the Law, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 203 (1994)
  • Monique Jutrin, Self Portrait in Fondane’s Poetry, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 69 (1994)
  • Mark Kingwell, Let’s Not Ask Again: Is Law Like Literature?, 6 Yale J.L. & Human. 317 (1994)
  • Daniel J. Kornstein, Shakespeare: The Unacknowledged Legislator, 66 JAN N.Y. St. B.J. 50 (1994)
  • William Kluback, From the Poet to Poetry, From Poetry to Poet, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 87 (1994)
  • L.H. LaRue, Literature, Music, and the Law: West on Story and Theory: Narrative, Authority, and Law, 92 Mich. L. Rev. 1786 (1994)
  • Prakash Mehta, An Essay on Hamlet: Emblems of Truth in Law and Literature, 83 Geo. L.J. 165 (1994)
  • Carrie Menkel Meadow, Portia Redux: Another Look at Gender, Feminism, and Legal Ethics, 2 Va. J. Soc. Pol’y & L. 75 (1994)
  • Philip N. Meyer, Will You Please Be Quiet, Please? Lawyers Listening to the Call of Stories, 18 Vt. L. Rev. 567 (1994)
  • Chad M. Oldfather, The Hidden Ball: A Substantive Critique of Baseball Metaphors in Judicial Opinions, 27 Conn. L. Rev. 17 (1994)
  • Penelope Pether, Sex, Lies and Defamation: The Bush Lawyer of Wessex, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 171 (1994)
  • Teresa Godwin Phelps, The Margins of Maycomb: A Rereading of To Kill A Mockingbird, 45 Ala. L. Rev. 511 (1994)
  • David A. Reidy, Antigone, Hegel and the Law: An Essay, 19 Legal Studies Forum 239 (1994)
  • Norman Rosenberg, Hollywood on Trials: Courts and Films, 1930-1960, 12 L. & Hist. Rev. 341 (1994) 
  • Hon. Barry R. Schaller, Getting the Stories Right: Reflections on Narrative Voice in State Constitutional Interpretation, 26 Conn. L. Rev. 671 (1994)
  • Michael P. Scharf & Lawrence D. Roberts, The Intersteller Relations of the Federation: International Law and “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” 25 U. Tol. L. Rev. 577 (1994)
  • Richard K. Sherwin, Law Frames: Historical Truth and Narrative Necessity in a Criminal Case, 47 Stan. L. Rev. 39 (1994)
  • Russ VerSteeg, Law in Ancient Egyptian Fiction, 24 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 37 (1994)
  • Richard Weisberg, The Codification of Western Law and the Poethics of Disclosure, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 157 (1994)
  • Richard Weisberg, The True Story: Response to Five Essayists, 15 Cardozo L. Rev. 1245 (1994)
  • Larry M. Wertheim, Law, Literature and Morality in the Novels of Charles Dickens, 20 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 111 (1994)
  • Robin West, The Word on Trial, 35 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1101 (1994)
  • Steven L. Winter, Human Values in a Postmodern World, 6 Yale J.L. & Human. 233 (1994)
  • Charles Yablon, On the Contribution of Baseball to American Legal Theory, 104 Yale L.J. 227 (1994)
  • Kenji Yoshino, What’s Past is Prologue: Precedent in Literature and Law, 104 Yale L.J. 471 (1994)
Book Reviews
  • Milner S. Ball, Book Review, Poethics, Christians, Jews, Law, 15 Cardozo L. Rev. 1069 (1994) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, Poethics: And Other Strategies of Law and Literature (1992))
  • Serge Gavronsky, Book Review, 15 Cardozo L. Rev. 1127 (1994) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, Poethics: And Other Strategies of Law and Literature (1992))
  • Kenneth J. Kryvoruka, Book Review, 41 Fed. B. News & J. 294 (1994) (reviewing Jay Wishingrad, Editor, Short Fictions: Short Stories About Lawyers and the Law (1992))
  • L.H. LaRue, Book Review, The Problem of Theory, 15 Cardozo L. Rev. 1093 (1994) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, Poethics: And Other Strategies of Law and Literature (1992))
  • Daniel H. Lowenstein, Book Review, The Failure of the Act: Conceptions of Law in The Merchant of Venice, Bleak House, Les Miserables, and Richard Weisberg’s Poethics, 15 Cardozo L. Rev. 1139 (1994) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, Poethics: And Other Strategies of Law and Literature (1992))
  • William H. Page, Book Review, Yoknapatawpha’s Literary Lawyer, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature  225 (1994) (reviewing Jay Watson, Forensic Fictions: The Lawyer Figure in Faulkner (1993))
  • David A. Skeel Jr., Book Review, Practicing Poetry, Teaching Law, 92 Mich. L. Rev. 1754 (1994) (reviewing Lawrence Joseph, Before Our Eyes (1993))
  • J. Allen Smith, Book Review, Of Dictionaries, the “Bon Mot,” and the “Mot Juste, 6 Cardozo Stud. L. & Literature 123 (1994) (Reviewing Fred R. Shapiro, The Oxford Dictionary of American Legal Quotations (1993) and David Mellinkoff, Mellinkoff's Dictionary of American Legal Usage (1992))
  • Robert Weisberg, Book Review, Reading Poethics, 15 Cardozo L. Rev. 1103 (1994) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, Poethics: And Other Strategies of Law and Literature (1992))
  • Richard Weisberg, Book Review, In Search of Faulkner’s Law, 92 Mich. L. Rev. 1776 (1994) (reviewing Jay Watson, Forensic Fictions: The Lawyer Figure in Faulkner (1993))
  • Robin West, Book Review, The Word on Trial, 35 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1101 (1994) (reviewing Milner S. Ball, The Word on Trial (1993))

1993

 

Books
  • Milner S. Ball, The Word on Trial (1993) 
  • Jay Watson, Forensic Fictions: The Lawyer Figure in Faulkner (1993)  
Articles
  • J.M. Balkin, Understanding Legal Understanding: The Legal Subject and the Problem of Legal Coherence, 103 Yale L.J. 105 (1993)
  • J.M. Balkin, Ideological Drift and the Struggle Over Meaning, 25 Conn. L. Rev. 869 (1993)
  • Richard Delgado, On Telling Stories in School: A Reply to Farber and Sherry,  46 Vand. L. Rev. 665 (1993)
  • William Domnarski, Shakespeare in the Law, 67 Conn. B.J. 317 (1993)
  • Daniel A. Farber & Suzanna Sherry, Telling Stories Out of School: An Essay on Legal Narratives, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 807 (1993)
  • John Fischer, Reading Literature/Reading Law: Is There a Literary Jurisprudence?, 72 Tex. L. Rev. 135 (1993)
  • Teree E. Foster, But Is It Law? Using Literature to Penetrate Societal Representations of Women, 43 J. Legal Educ. 133 (1993)
  • Lawrence Joseph, Theories of Poetry, Theories of Law, 46 Vand. L. Rev. 1227 (1993)
  • Heather J. Meeker, The Ineluctable Modality of the Visible: Fair Use and Fine Arts: Arts in the Postmodern Era, 10 U. Miami Ent. & Sports L. Rev. 195 (1993)
  • Gary Minda, Jurisprudence at Century’s End, 43 J. Legal Educ. 27 (1993)
  • Daniel J. Steinbock, Refuge and Resistance: Casablanca’s Lessons for Refugee Law, 7 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 649 (1993)
  • Symposium, The Merchant of Venice, 5 Cardozo Stud. L. & Lit. 1 (1993)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, Three Lessons From Law and Literature, 27 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 285 (1993)
Book Reviews
  • Book Note, Do the Right Thing, 106 Harv. L. Rev. 1352 (1993) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, Poethics: And Other Strategies of Law and Literature (1992))

1992

 

Books
  • Susan Weiner, Law in Art: Melville’s Major Fiction and Nineteenth-Century American Law (1992)  
  • Richard H. Weisberg, Poethics: And Other Strategies of Law and Literature (1992)
  • Jay Wishingrad, Ed., Short Fictions: Short Stories About Lawyers and the Law (1992)  
Articles
  • Marie Ashe, The “Bad Mother” in  Law and Literature: A Problem of Representation, 43 Hastings L.J. 1017 (1992)
  • Jane B. Baron, Intention, Interpretation, and Stories, 42 Duke L.J. 630 (1992)
  • Paul Joseph, Sharon Carton, The Law of the Federation: Images of Law, Lawyers and the Legal System in Star Trek: The Next Generation, 24 U. Tol. L. Rev. 43 (1992)
  • Gretchen A. Craft, Note, The Persistence of Dread in Law and Literature, 102 Yale L.J. 521 (1992)
  • Monroe H. Freedman, Atticus Finch, Esq., R.I.P., 14 Legal Times 20 (1992)
  • Monroe H. Freedman, Finch: The Lawyer Mythologized, 14 Legal Times 25 (1992)
  • Emily Fowler Hartigan, From Righteousness to Beauty: Reflections on Poethics and Justice as Translation, 67 Tul. L. Rev. 455 (1992)
  • Michael J. Kaufman, The Value of Friendship in Law and Literature, 60 Fordham L. Rev. 645 (1992)
  • Richard A. Matasar, Storytelling and Legal Scholarship, 68 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 353 (1992)
  • Theodor Meron, Shakespeare’s Henry the Fifth and the Law of War, 86 Am. J. Int’l L. 1 (1992)
  • Philip N. Meyer, Law Students Go to the Movies, 24 Conn. L. Rev. 893 (1992)
  • David F. Partlett, From Victorian Opera to Rock and Rap: Inducement to Breach of Contract in the Music Industry, 66 Tul. L. Rev. 771 (1992)
  • John Paul Stevens, The Shakespeare Canon of Statutory Interpretation, 140 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1373 (1992)
  • Judy Scales Trent, Using Literature In Law School: The Importance of Reading and Telling Stories, 7 Berkeley Women’s L.J. 90 (1992)
Book Reviews
  • David A. Skeel, Jr., Book Review, Toward An Aesthetics of Legal Pragmatism, 78 Cornell L. Rev. 84 (1992) (reviewing Thomas C. Grey, The Wallace Stevens Case: Law and the Practice of Poetry (1991))
  • Steven L. Winter, Book Review, Death is the Mother of Metaphor, 105 Harv. L. Rev. 745 (1992) (reviewing Thomas C. Grey, The Wallace Stevens Case: Law and the Practice of Poetry (1991))

1991

 

  Books
  • Thomas C. Grey, The Wallace Stevens Case: Law and the Practice of Poetry (1991)  
Articles
  • Kathryn Abrams, Hearing the Call of Stories, 79 Cal. L. Rev. 971 (1991)
  • Betsy B. Baker, Constructing Justice: Theories of the Subject in Law and Literature, 75 Minn. L. Rev. 581 (1991)
  • Jane B. Baron, The Many Promises of Storytelling in Law, 23 Rutgers L.J. 79 (1991)
  • Maxwell H. Bloomfield, The Warren Court in American Fiction, J. of S. Ct. Hist. 86 (1991)
  • Charles W. Collier, The Use and Abuse of Humanistic Theory in Law: Reexamining the
  • Assumptions of Interdisciplinary Legal Scholarship, 41 Duke L.J. 191 (1991)
  • Edward de Grazia, Freeing Literary and Artistic Expression During the Sixties: The Role of Justice William J. Brennan, Jr., 13 Cardozo L. Rev. 103 (1991)
  • Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, Nomos and Narratives: Can Judges Avoid Serious Moral Error?, 69 Tex. L. Rev. 1929 (1991)
  • John Denvir, Legal Reelism: The Hollywood Film as Legal Text, 15 Legal Studies Forum 195 (1991) 
  • Martha Minow, Breaking the Law: Lawyers and Clients in Struggles for Social Change, 52 Harv. L. Rev. 723 (1991)
  • Margaret M. Russell, Race and the Dominant Gaze: Narratives of Law and Inequality in Popular Film, 15 Legal Studies Forum 243 (1991) 
Book Reviews
  • Sanford Levinson, Book Review, Conversing About Justice, 100 Yale L.J. 1855 (1991) (reviewing James Boyd White, Justice as Translation (1990))

1990

 

Books
  • James Boyd White, Justice as Translation (1990)  
Articles
  • J.M. Balkin, Tradition, Betrayal, and the Politics of Deconstruction, 11 Cardozo L. Rev. 1613 (1990)
  • Marijane Camilleri, Lessons in Law From Literature: A Look at the Movement and a Peer at Her Jury, 39 Cath. U. L. Rev. 557 (1990)
  • Jane M. Cohen, Feminism and Adaptive Heroism: The Paradigm of Portia as a Means of Introduction, 25 Tulsa L.J. 657 (1990)
  • Robert A. Ferguson, The Judicial Opinion as Literary Genre, 2 Yale J.L. & Human. 201 (1990)
  • Thomas C. Grey, Hear the Other Side: Wallace Stevens and Pragmatist Legal Theory, 63 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1569 (1990)
  • Carolyn Heilbrun & Judith Resnik, Convergences, Law, Literature, and Feminism, 99 Yale L.J. 1913 (1990)
  • Martha Minow, Words and the Door to the Land of Change: Law, Language, and Family Violence, 43 Vand. L. Rev. 1665 (1990)
  • Dennis M. Patterson, Law's Pragmatism: Law as Practice and Narrative, 76 Va. L. Rev. 937 (1990)
  • Richard A. Posner, Bork and Beethoven, 42 Stan. L. Rev. 1365 (1990)
  • Judith Resnik, Constructing the Canon, 2 Yale J.L. & Human. 221 (1990)
  • Jean Stefancic, Richard Delgado, Panthers and Pinstripes: The Case of Ezra Pound and Archibald MacLeish, 63 S. Cal. L. Rev. 907 (1990)
  • Steven L. Winter, Bull Durham and the Uses of Theory, 42 Stan. L. Rev. 639 (1990)
Book Reviews
  • R.T. D. Jr., Book Note, 90 Colum. L. Rev. 1452 (1990) (reviewing Stanley Fish, Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory In Literary and Legal Studies (1989))
  • Michael Hancher, Book Review, Judging Law and Literature, 58 U. Cin. L. Rev. 989 (1990) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))
  • L.H. LaRue, Book Review, Dissecting Interpretation, 68 Tex. L. Rev. 1073 (1990) (reviewing Sandford Levinson and Steven Mailloux, Eds., Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader (1988))
  • Gary C. Leedes, Book Review, The Latest and Best Word on Legal Hermeneutics, 65 Notre Dame L. Rev. 375 (1990) (reviewing Sandford Levinson and Steven Mailloux, Eds., Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader (1988))

1989

 

Books
  • Stanley Fish, Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory In Literary and Legal Studies (1989)  
Articles
  • Allen Boyer, The Great Gatsby, The Black Sox, High Finance, and American Law, 88 Mich. L. Rev. 328 (1989)
  • Lawrence M. Friedman, Law, Lawyers and Popular Culture, 98 Yale L.J. 1579 (1989)
  • Marjorie Heins, Vanessa Redgrave v. Boston Symphony Orchestra: Federalism, Forced Speech, and the Emergence of the Redgrave Defense, 30 B.C. L. Rev. 1283 (1989)
  • Judith Schenck Koffler, The Feminine Presence in Billy Budd, 1 Cardozo Studies in L. & Literature 1 (1989)
  • Toni M. Massaro, Empathy, Legal Storytelling, and the Rule of Law: New Worlds, Old Wounds?, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 2099 (1989)
  • Richard A. Posner, The Depiction of Law in The Bonfire of the Vanities, 98 Yale L.J. 1653 (1989)
  • Michael L. Richmond, Can Shakespeare Make You a Partner?, 20 St. Mary’s L.J. 885 (1989)
  • Kim Lane Scheppele, Foreword: Telling Stories, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 2073 (1989)
  • Symposium, Billy Budd,1 Cardozo Studies in L. &  Literature 1 (1989) 
  • Brook Thomas, Billy Budd and the Untold Story of the Law, 1 Cardozo Studies in L. & Literature 49 (1989)
  • Robin West, The Feminine Silence: A Response to Professor Koffler, 1 Cardozo Studies in L. & Literature 15 (1989) 
  • Robin West, Law, Literature and the Celebration of Authority, 83 Nw. U. L. Rev. 977 (1989)
  • Steven L. Winter, The Cognitive Dimension of the Agon Between Legal Power and Narrative Meaning, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 2225 (1989)
Book Reviews
  • Daniel Barbiero, Book Review, Agreeing to Disagree: Interpretation at the End of Consensus, 78 Geo. L.J. 447 (1989) (reviewing Sanford Levinson and Steven Mailloux, Eds., Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader (1988))
  • Joseph L. Brand, Book Review, How Can We Know the Dancer From the Dance?, 57 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1018 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))
  • L.H. LaRue, Book Review, 23 Ga. L. Rev. 1171 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))
  • Timothy J. Moran, Book Review, 26 Harv. J. on Legis. 691 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))
  • David Ray Papke, Book Review, Problems With An Uninvited Guest, 69 B.U. L. Rev. 1067 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))
  • Michael L. Richmond, Book Review, In Defense of Poesie, 57 Fordham L. Rev. 901 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))
  • Peter Read Teachout, Book Review, Lapse of Judgment, 77 Cal. L. Rev. 1259 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))
  • Judith Schenck Koffler, Book Review, Forced Alliance: Law and Literature, 89 Colum. L. Rev. 1374 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988) and Sandford Levinson and Steven Mailloux, eds., Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader (1988))
  • Richard H. Weisberg, Review Essay: Entering With a Vengeance: Posner on Law and Literature, 41 Stan. L. Rev. 1597 (1989) (reviewing Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988))

1988

 

Books
  • Sandford Levinson and Steven Mailloux, Eds., Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader (1988)   Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation (1988)  
Articles
  • James D.A. Boyle, The Search for an Author: Shakespeare and the Framers, 37 American U. L. Rev. 625 (1988)
  • Richard Delgado, Storytelling for Oppositionists and Others: A Plea for Narrative, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 2411 (1988)
  • Scott Finet, Franz Kafka’s Trial as Symbol in Judicial Opinions, 12 Legal Studies Forum, 23 (1988)
  • Stanley Fish, Don’t Know Much About The Middle Ages: Posner on Law and Literature, 97 Yale L.J. 777 (1988)
  • Julius Getman, Voices, 66 Tex. L. Rev. 577 (1988)
  • Linda R. Hirshman, Bronte, Bloom and Bork: An Essay on the Moral Education of Judges, 137 U. Pa. L. Rev. 177 (1988)
  • In Re Shakespeare: The Authority of Shakespeare on Trial, 37 Am. U. L. Rev. 609 (1988)
  • Richard K. Sherwin, A Matter of Voice and Plot: Belief and Suspicion in Legal Storytelling, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 543 (1988)
  • Robin L. West, Communities, Texts, and Law: Reflections on the Law and Literature Movement, 1 Yale J.L. & Human. 129 (1988)
  • Mark G. Yudof, Tea at the Palaz of Hoon: the Human Voice in Legal Rules, 66 Tex. L. Rev. 589 (1988)
Book Reviews
  • William H. Page, Book Review, The Ideology of Law and Literature, 68 B.U. L. Rev. 805 (1988) (reviewing Brook Thomas, Cross Examinations of Law and Literature: Cooper, Hawthorne, Stowe & Melville (1987))

1987

 

Books
  • Brook Thomas, Cross-Examinations of Law and Literature: Cooper, Hawthorne, Stowe & Melville (1987)  
Articles
  • J.M. Balkin, Deconstructive Practice and Legal Theory, 96 Yale L.J. 743 (1987)
  • John Denvir, William Shakespeare and the Jurisprudence of Comedy, 39 Stan. L. Rev. 825 (1987)
  • Lynne N. Henderson, Legality and Empathy, 85 Mich. L. Rev. 1574 (1987)
  • David Luban, Some Greek Trials: Order and Justice in Homer, Hesiod, Aeschylus, and Plato, 54 Tenn. L. Rev. 279 (1987)  
Book Reviews
  • Richard A. Posner, Book Review, From Billy Budd to Buchenwald, 96 Yale L.J. 1173 (1987) (reviewing Richard H. Weisberg, The Failure of the Word: The Protagonist as Lawyer in Modern Fiction (1984))

1986

 

Books
  • Charles Black, The Humane Imagination (1986) Martha C. Nussbaum, The Fragility of Goodness: Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy (1986)    
Articles
  • Anthony Chase, Toward a Legal Theory of Popular Culture, 1986 Wisc. L. Rev. 527 (1986) 
  • Robert Cover, The Violence of the Word, 95 Yale L.J. 1601 (1986)
  • Jennifer Jaff, Law and Lawyer in Pop Music: A Reason for Self-Reflection, 40 U. Miami L. Rev. 659 (1986) 
  • L.H. LaRue, Posner on Literature, 85 Mic. L. Rev. 325 (1986)
  • Page, The Place of Law and Literature, 39 Vand. L. Rev. 391 (1986)
  • Richard A. Posner, The Ethical Significance of Free Choice: A Reply to Professor West, 99 Harv. L. R. 1431 (1986)
  • Robin L. West, Adjudication is Not Interpretation: Some Reservations about the Law-as-Literature Movement, 54 Tenn. L. Rev. 203 (1986)
  • Robin West, Submission, Choice, and Ethics: A Rejoinder to Judge Posner, 99 Harv. L. Rev. 1449 (1986)

1985

Books
  • Ronald Dworkin, How Law Is Like Literature, in A Matter of Principle (1985)
  • James Boyd White, Heracles' Bow (1985)  
Articles
  • Robin West, Authority, Autonomy, and Choice: The Role of Consent in the Moral and Political Visions of Franz Kafka and Richard Posner, 99 Harv. L. Rev. 384 (1985)
  • Robin West, Jurisprudence as Narrative: An Aesthetic Analysis of Modern Legal Theory, 60 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 145 (1985)

1984

 

Books
  • Robert A. Ferguson, Law and Letters in American Culture (1984)
  • Richard H. Weisberg, The Failure of the Word: The Lawyer as Protagonist in Modern Fiction (1984)
  • James Boyd White, When Words Lose Their Meaning (1984)
Articles
  • John J. Bonsignore, George Orwell—A Political Assessment, 8 ALSA Forum 422 (1984)
  • Robert A. Ferguson, Law and Lawyers in Faulkner's Life and Art: A Comment, 4 Miss. College L. Rev. 213 (1984) 
  • Stanley Fish, Fish v. Fiss, 36 Stan. L. Rev. 1325 (1984)
  • Ransford C. Pyle, Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four and Law, 8 ALSA Forum 167 (1984)
  • J. Neville Turner, Dostoyevsky -- The Trial in Brothers Karamazov, 8 U. Tasmania L. Rev. 62 (1984)
Book Reviews
  • William H. Page, Book Review, The Place of Law and Literature, 39 Vand. L. Rev. 391 (1986) (reviewing Robert A. Ferguson, Law and Letters in American Culture (1984) and Richard H. Weisberg, The Failure of the Word: The Lawyer as Protagonist in Modern Fiction (1984))

1983

 

  Books
  • Carl S. Smith, Law and American Literature: A Collection of Essays (1983)
Articles
  • Robert M. Cover, Nomos and Narrative, 97 Harv. L. Rev. 4 (1983)
  • Kevin H. Marino, Toward a More Responsible Profession: Some Remarks on Kafka's The Trial and the Self, 14 Seton Hall L. Rev. 110 (1983)
  • James Boyd White, The Judicial Opinion and the Poem: Ways of Reading, Ways of Life, 82 Mich. L. Rev. 1669 (1983)
  • Book Reviews  
  • Judith S. Koffler, Book Review, Reflections on Détente: Law and Literature, 62 Tex. L. Rev. 1157 (1984) (Reviewing Carl S. Smith, Law and American Literature: A Collection of Essays (1983))

1982

Articles
  • Ronald Baughman, Dickens and His Lawyers, 6 ALSA Forum 168 (1982)
  • Heidi E. Faletti, The Workings of Law in Kafka’s Der Prozess and Boll’s Die Verlorene Der Katharina Blum, 6 ALSA Forum 148 (1982)
  • Owen M. Fiss, Objectivity and Interpretation, 34 Stan. L. Rev. 739 (1982)
  • Gerald Graff, “Keep Off the Grass,” “Drop Dead,” and Other Indeterminacies: A Response to Sanford Levinson, 60 Tex. L. Rev. 405 (1982)
  • Michael Hancher, Dead Letters: Wills and Poems, 60 Tex. L. Rev. 507 (1982)
  • Stanley Fish, Interpretation and the Pluralist Vision, 60 Tex. L. Rev. 495 (1982)
  • Stanley Fish, Working on the Chain Gang: Interpretation in Law and Literature, 60 Tex. L. Rev. 551 (1982)
  • Sanford Levinson, Law as Literature, 60 Tex. L. Rev. 373 (1982)
  • Martha Robinson, The Law of the State in Kafka’s The Trial, 6 ALSA Forum, 127 (1982)
  • Margaret Scott, “Our City’s Institutions”: Some Further Reflections on the Marriage Contracts  in Measure for Measure, 49 English Legal History 790 (1982)
  • Richard Weisberg, How Judges Speak: Some Lessons on Adjudication in Billy Budd, Sailor With an Application to Justice Rehnquist, 57 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1 (1982)
  • Peter Winship, Contemporary Commercial Law Literature in the United States, 43 Ohio St. L.J. 643 (1982)