James Boyle http://james-boyle.com
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** SHAMANS, SOFTWARE AND SPLEENS; LAW AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE INFORMATION SOCIETY Harvard University Press (1997)
** CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES: SELECTED READINGS (edited with an introduction by James Boyle. Dartmouth Press: N.Y.U Press 1994) International Library on Law & Legal Theory Series.
Articles & Chapters
Fencing Off Ideas Daedalus Intellectual Property Issue Spring 2002 13
Cruel, Mean or Lavish?: Economic Analysis, Price Discrimination and Digital Intellectual Property 536 Vanderbilt Law Review 2007 (2000)
The First Amendment and Cyberspace: The Clinton Years 63 Law and Contemporary Problems 337 (2000).
A Non-Delegation Doctrine for the Digital Age 50 Duke L. J. 5 (2000)
Conservatives and Intellectual Property 1 Engage 83 (2000).
The Anachronism of the Moral Sentiments: Integrity, Post-Modernism and Justice 51 Stanford Law Review 493 (1999).
A Politics of Intellectual Property: Environmentalism for the Net? 47 Duke L.J. 87 (1997).
Foucault in Cyberspace: Surveillance, Sovereignty and Hard-Wired Censors 66 University of Cincinnati Law Review 177 (1997).
* Copyright and the Invention of Authorship reprinted from Shamans, Software and Spleens in Growing Pains: Adapting Copyright for Libraries, Education and Society (Laura N. Gasaway, ed. 1997).
Intellectual Property Policy On-Line: A Young Persons Guide.10 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 47 (1996).
The PC Harangue 45 Stanford Law Review 1493 (1993).
Legal Realism and the Social Contract: Fuller's Public Jurisprudence of Form, Private Jurisprudence of Substance 78 Cornell Law Review 371 (1993).
A Theory of Law and Information: Copyright, Spleens, Blackmail and Insider Trading 80 California Law Review 1413 (1992).
A Process of Denial: Bork and Post-Modern Conservatism 3 Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities 263 (1991)
Is Subjectivity Possible? The Postmodern Subject in Legal Theory 62 University of Colorado Law Review 489 (1991)
** A Progressive View of Tort Law, The World and I 541 (Feb. 1989)
** In Re `William Shakespeare' 37 American University Law Review 725-797, 809-817 (1988)
The Search for an Author: Shakespeare and the Framers, 37 American University Law Review 625 (1988).
Thomas Hobbes and the Invented Tradition of Positivism: Reflections on Language Power and Essentialism 135 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 383 (1987).
The Politics of Reason: Critical Legal Theory and Local Social Thought133 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 685 (1985).
** Ideals and Things: International Legal Scholarship and the Prison House of Language, 26 Harvard International Law Journal 327 (1985).
Anatomy of a Torts Class 34 American University Law Review l003 (l985).
** Symposium on Critical Legal Studies: Introduction 34 American University Law Review 929-938 (l985).
** Legal Fiction: Law's Empire by Ronald Dworkin 38 Hastings Law Journal 401 (1987).
** Modernist Social Thought: Roberto Unger's Passion 98 Harvard Law Review 1066 (1985).
(Reprinted in CLS: ESSAYS ON CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES FROM THE PAGES OF THE HARVARD LAW REVIEW (l986)).
**Whigs and Hackers Financial Times (Feb 2001)
**Intellectual Property and Cultural Policy Presidential Report: Center for Art and Culture
** Britney Spears and Online Music Financial Times May 23rd 2000
** Missing the Point on Microsoft Salon April 7th 2000
** Against Nature Times Literary Supplement July 24th 1998
** The Politics of Reproduction Times Literary Supplement July 4th 1997 (Published under the title “A sense of belonging”)
** Nature/Culture? Review of Goldblatt, Social Theory and the Environment, Times Literary Supplement February 28th 1997. [Published under the title “What the Left Has to Say”
** Sold Out The New York Times, March 31st 1996.
** Overregulating the Internet? Debate with Hon. Carlos Moorhead, Insight Magazine 24 January 15th 1996.
** Malpractice Myths: Medical Malpractice on Trial by Paul Weiler Harvard Law Bulletin 27 (Jan 1992).
** The Role of Theory in the Law School Curriculum 11 The Advocate No. 1 at 13 (1990).
** Scholarships by Race or Need Op-Ed The Washington Times December 10, 1991 F 1.
** Bork on Thomas? Op-Ed The Christian Science Monitor Thursday 12th September, 1991.
** The Million Dollar Disgrace Op-Ed, The New York Times November 16, 1990 A 39.
** Voyeurism in Politics "My Turn" NEWSWEEK May 25 (1987) at 8.
** Plastic Dreams TIKKUN Vol. 2, No. 2 (1987) at 109.