I’m pleased to say that three of the six items in The Post: Good Scholarship from the Internet, vol. 3 — a new journal from the Journal of Law people that reprints blog posts that its editorial board found especially worthy — come from the Conspiracy. Here is a list of all the posts; you can read a copy of the issue here:
The Secret “Kill List” and the President, The Volokh Conspiracy, May 29, 2012, by Kenneth Anderson
Are You Ready for Some . . . Research? Uncertain Diagnoses, Research Data Privacy, & Preference Heterogeneity, The Faculty Lounge, Feb. 3, 2013, Michelle N. Meyer
Debate on the Treaty Power, The Volokh Conspiracy, Jan. 13-Feb. 3, 2013, by Nick Rosenkranz, Eugene Kontorovich, Rick Pildes & Ilya Somin
The Decision to Uphold the Mandate as Tax Represents a Gestalt Shift in Constitutional Law, Legal Theory Blog, June 28, 2012, by Lawrence Solum
Asian-Americans, Affirmative Action, and Fisher v. Texas, The Volokh Conspiracy, May 31, 2012, by Ilya Somin
Law Schools Suffer Loss in Lawsuits, Balkinization, Sept. 19, 2012, by Brian Tamanaha
For journal co-editor Anna Ivey’s explanation of why each post was chosen, see here.