Working Papers at Georgetown Law
Working Paper Series
Georgetown Law hosts working paper series at the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) and the Scholarly Commons. These series archive scholarly works and reports by Georgetown Law faculty, students and institutes.
To promote awareness of Georgetown Law scholarship, we invite faculty and institutes to post their work to SSRN and the Scholarly Commons. There are two ways to post your work:
Grant the Law Library permission to monitor your scholarship and automatically include your published works. We would only seek permission for works with multiple authors since all authors would need to approve. E-mail Carolyn Cox, Digital Collections Librarian, to take advantage of this service.
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You can keep abreast of scholarship produced at Georgetown Law by subscribing to subject-specific e-mail newsletters from SSRN and the Scholarly Commons. These periodic newsletters provide the abstracts of papers submitted to the respective services.
Complete List of Georgetown Working Papers Series
Recent Working Papers
- Emma Coleman Jordan, The Federal Reserve and a Cascade of Failures: Economic Inequality, Cognitive Narrowness, and Financial Network Theory, (working paper). [Gtown Law]
- Nan Hunter, A Deer in Headlights: The Supreme Court, LGBT Rights, and Equal Protection, 52 Hous. L. Rev. 1121-1145 (2015). [W] [SSRN] [Gtown Law] [WWW]
- Julie L. Ross, [Un]Happy Together: Why the Supremacy Clause Preempts State Law Digital Performance Rights in Radio-Like Streaming of Pre-1972 Sound Recordings, (working paper). [SSRN] [Gtown Law]
- David Luban, Time-Mindedness and Jurisprudence, Va. L. Rev. (forthcoming). [SSRN] [Gtown Law]