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ERIN F. DELANEY

2022

Articles

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2021

Articles

  • Empire’s Residue, JOTWELL (Sept. 9, 2021) reviewing Paul F. Scott, “The Privy Council and the Constitutional Legacies of Empire,” 71 N. IRELAND LEGAL Q. 261 (2020).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2020

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Contributions to Books

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2019

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  • The Nature of Judicial Power, JOTWELL (May 28, 2019) (reviewing Daniel M. Brinks & Abby Blass, The DNA Of Constitutional Justice In Latin America (2018).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2018

Books

Articles

  • Fantasy Island ” (responding to Joseph Blocher & Mitu Gulati, Puerto Rico and the Right of Accession), 43 Yale Journal of International Law Forum (May 19, 2018) (Co-authored by: Christina D. Ponsa-Kraus).

Contributions to Books

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2017

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2016

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  • Book Review, 63 American Journal of Comparative Law 785 (2016) (reviewing ROBERT LECKEY, BILLS OF RIGHTS IN THE COMMON LAW (2015)).
  • Book Review, reviewing Elaine Mak, JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING IN A GLOBALISED WORLD, 2016 Public Law (2013).

Contributions to Books

2014

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2013

Articles

  • Justifying Power: Federalism, Immigration, and Foreign Affairs, 8 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy 153 (2013).

2011

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  • Becoming Supreme: The Federal Foundation of Judicial Supremacy, 111 Columbia Law Review 1137 (2011) (Co-authored by: Barry Friedman).
  • Book Review, 41 Publius 349 (2011) (doi: 10.1093/publius/pjq017) (reviewing ROBERT SCHÜTZE, FROM DUAL TO COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM: THE CHANGING STRUCTURE OF EUROPEAN LAW (2009)).

2007

Articles

  • Note, In the Shadow of Article I: Applying a Dormant Commerce Clause Analysis to State Laws Regulating Aliens, 82 New York University Law Review 1821 (2007).

2006

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  • Credit Card Accountability, 73 University of Chicago Law Review 157 (2006) (Co-authored by: Samuel Issacharoff).

2005

Articles

  • Managing in a Federal System without an ‘Ultimate Arbiter’: Kompetenz-Kompetenz in the EU and the Ante-bellum United States, 15 Regional & Federal Studies 225 (2005).