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TONJA JACOBI

2021

Articles

  • Terry Stops in the Shadow of Exclusion, 47 Search & Seizure Law Report 95 (2021) (Co-authored by: Ross Berlin).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2020

Articles

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Working Papers

2019

Articles

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2018

Articles

Contributions to Books

  • Judicial Review as a Self-Stabilizing Constitutional Mechanism, in Comparative Judicial Review, edited by Erin F. Delaney & Rosalind Dixon (2018) at 185 (Co-authored by: Sonia Mittal and Barry R. Weingast).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2017

Articles

  • The Future of Terry in the Car Context (Terry at 50 Symposium), 15 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 89 (2017).

2016

Articles

  • Miranda 2.0, 50 Uc Davis Law Review 1 (2016).
  • A Theory of Judicial Retirement, 17 American Law and Economics Review 529 (2015) (Co-authored by: Alvaro Bustos).
  • The Second Dimension of the Supreme Court, 57 William & Mary Law Review 1671 (2016) (Co-authored by: Joshua Fischman).
  • Why Judges Always Vote, 43 International Review of Law and Economics 190 (2015) (Co-authored by: Eugene Kontorovich).

2015

Articles

  • Creating a Self-Stabilizing Constitution: The Role of the Takings Clause, 110 Northwestern University Law Review 601 (2015) (Co-authored by: Sonia Mittal and Barry Weingast).
  • Communicating Judicial Retirement, 43 International Review of Law and Economics 107 (2015) (Co-authored by: Alvaro Bustos).
  • Criminal Innovation and the Warrant Requirement: Reconsidering the Rights-Police Efficiency Trade-Off, 56 William and Mary Law Review 759 (2015).

Working Papers

2014

Articles

  • Strategic Judicial Preference Revelation, 30 Journal of Law and Economics 113-137 (Co-authored by: Alvaro Bustos).
  • The Attrition of Rights under Parole, 87 Southern California Law Review 887-976 (2014) (Co-authored by: Song Richardson, and Gregory Barr).
  • Obamacare as a Window on Judicial Strategy, 80 Tennessee Law Review 763-845.

Contributions to Books

  • A Strategy of Increasing Judicial Power in NFIB v. Sebelius, in The Affordable Care Act: Philosophical and Legal Implications, edited by Fritz Allhoff and Mark Hall (Routledge 2014) at 89-102.

2013

Articles

  • The Filibuster and Reconciliation: The Future of Majoritarian Lawmaking in the U.S. Senate, 47 Uc Davis Law Review 261 (2013) (Co-authored by: Jeff Vandam).
  • Strategic Judicial Preference Revelation, 57 Journal of Law and Economics (forthcoming 2014) (Co-authored by: Alvaro Bustos).
  • The Attrition of Rights under Parole, 87 Southern California Law Review (forthcoming 2014) (Co-authored by: Song Richardson and Gregory Barr).
  • League Structure & Stadium Rent Seeking—The Role of Antitrust Revisited, 65 Florida Law Review 1-72 (2013) (Co-authored by: David Haddock, and Matthew Sag).

Contributions to Books

  • The Exclusionary Rule: Its Effect on Innocence and Guilt, in The Constitution and the Future of Criminal Justice in America, edited by John T. Parry and L. Song Richardson (Cambridge University Press 2013).

2012

Articles

  • A Positive Political Theory of Rules and Standards, 2012 University of Illinois Law Review 1 (Co-authored by: Emerson Tiller, and Frank Cross).

2011

Articles

  • The Law and Economics of the Exclusionary Rule, 87 Notre Dame Law Review 585 (2012).

2010

Articles

  • The Strategic Analysis of Judicial Decisions, 6 Annual Review of Law & Social Science 341-358 (2010) (Co-authored by: Lee Epstein ).
  • How the Dissent Becomes the Majority: Using Federalism to Transform Coalitions in the U.S. Supreme Court , 59 Duke Law Journal 183-283 (2009) (Co-authored by: Vanessa Baird ).

Contributions to Books

  • The Judiciary , in Public Choice and Public Law, edited by Dan Farber and Anne Joseph O’Connell.
  • Research Handbooks in Law and Economics Series, edited by Richard Posner and Francesco Parisi (Edward Elgar Publishing 2010).

2009

Articles

  • Taking the Measure of Ideology: Empirically Measuring Supreme Court Cases , 98 Georgetown Law Journal 1-75 (2009) (Co-authored by: Matthew Sag ).
  • Competing Models of Judicial Coalition Formation and Case Outcome Determination , 1 Journal of Legal Analysis 411-458 (2009).
  • Judicial Agenda Setting through Signaling and Strategic Litigant Responses, 29 Journal of Law And Policy 215-239 (2009) (Co-authored by: Vanessa A. Baird ).
  • Ideology and Exceptionalism in Intellectual Property: An Empirical Study, 97 California Law Review 801-856 (2009) (Co-authored by: Matthew Sag and Maxim Sytch).
  • The Role of Politics and Economics in Explaining Variation in Litigation Rates in the U.S. States , 38 Journal of Legal Studies 205-233 (2009).

2008

Articles

  • Super Medians, 61 Stanford Law Review 37-99 (2008) (Co-authored by: Lee Epstein ).
  • The Judicial Signaling Game: How Judges Strategically Shape Their Dockets, 16 Supreme Court Economic Review 1-38 (2008).
  • Acknowledging Guilt: Forcing Self-Identification in Post-Conviction DNA Testing , 102 Northwestern University Law Review 263-306 (2008) (Co-authored by: Gwendolyn Carroll).

2007

Articles

  • How Massachusetts Got Gay Marriage: The Intersection of Popular Opinion, Legislative Action, and Judicial Power , 15 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 219-241 (2006).

2006

Articles

  • Sharing the Love: The Political Power of Remedial Delay in Same-Sex Marriage Cases, 15 Law & Sexuality 11-58 (2006).
  • The Impact of Positive Political Theory on Old Questions of Constitutional Law and the Separation of Powers, 100 Northwestern University Law Review 259-278 (2006).

Contributions to Books

  • Cruel and Unusual Punishment , in The Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (Routledge 2006).
  • The New Separation of Powers: Integrating the Study of American Politics, in Handbook of Political Economy, edited by Barry R. Weingast and Donald Wittman (Oxford University Press 2006) (Co-authored by: Rui de Figueiredo, and Barry R. Weingast ).

2005

Articles

  • The Senatorial Courtesy Game: Explaining the Norm of Informal Vetoes in Advice and Consent Nominations, 30 Legislative Studies Quarterly 193 (2005).

2002

Articles

  • Same-Sex Marriage: Implications of Legislative Remand for the Judiciary’s Role, 26 Vermont Law Review 381-406 (2002).