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Stephen Bainbridge, The search for “helpful legal scholarship” ought to start in Delaware, (July 22, 2012)

Ross E. Davies, In Search of Helpful Legal Scholarship, Part 1, 2 J.L. 1 (2012)

Neal Devins, Bearing False Witness: The Clinton Impeachment and the Future of Academic Freedom, 148 U. Pa. L. Rev. 165 (1999)

Richard H. Fallon, Jr., Scholars’ Briefs and the Vocation of a Law Professor, 4 J. Legal Analysis 223 (2012)

Ward Farnsworth, Talking Out of School, 81 B.U. L. Rev. 13 (2001)

Amanda Frost, In Defense of Scholars’ Briefs (forthcoming)

David J. Garrow, A Tale of Two Posners, 5 Green Bag 2d 341 (2002)

Paul Horwitz, Frost on Fallon on Scholars’ Briefs, PrawfsBlawg (Jan. 22. 2012)

Sherrilyn Ifill, What the Chief Justice Should Read on Summer Vacation, Concurring Opinions (July 1, 2011)

Brent E. Newton, Law Review Scholarship in the Eyes of the Twenty-First-Century Supreme Court Justices: An Empirical Analysis, 4 Drexel L. Rev. 399 (2012)

Walter Olson, Abolish the Law Reviews!, The Atlantic (July 5, 2012)

Richard A. Posner, Public Intellectuals: A Study of Decline (Harvard University Press 2002)

Robert C. Post, Democracy, Expertise, and Academic Freedom: A First Amendment Jurisprudence for the Modern State (Yale University Press 2012)

Suzanna Sherry, Too Clever by Half: The Problem with Novelty in Constitutional Law, 95 Nw. U. L. Rev. 921 (2001)

Patrick J. Schiltz, Legal Ethics in Decline, 82 Minn. L. Rev. 705 (1998)

Cass R. Sunstein, Professors and Politics, 148 U. Pa. L. Rev. 191 (1999)