My Research Featured in Two New Books by Law Faculty

I'm excited to share news that my scholarly research is featured in two books by leading law faculty.

Food Law in the United States, by UCLA Law School's Michael T. Roberts, who leads the school's Resnick Program on Food Law & Policy, cites my Wisconsin Law Review article on the past, present, and future of the field of Food Law & Policy (which I co-authored with Emily Broad Leib, who leads Harvard Law School's Food Law & Policy Clinic). Prof. Roberts's book was published earlier this year.

Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving through Deep Difference, by Washington University Law School Prof. John D. Inazu, cites my Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly article, “Tavern Talk” and the Origins of the Assembly Clause, which traces the evolution of the First Amendment’s Assembly Clause from its roots in colonial American taverns. Prof. Inazu's book was published this week.

Thanks to Prof. Roberts and Prof. Inazu for highlighting my research!