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Shugerman, Jed. The People's Courts: The Rise of Judicial Elections and Judicial Power in America (Harvard University Press 2012).
(based on dissertation (2008) (received the Cromwell Prize from the American Society for Legal History for the best dissertation or article in American legal history))
Articles in a Periodical
Shugerman, Jed. "Economic Crisis and the Rise of Judicial Elections and Judicial Review," 123 Harvard Law Review 1061 (2010).
Shugerman, Jed. "The Twist of Long Terms: Disasters, Elected Judges and American Tort Law," 98 Georgetown Law Journal 1349 (2010).
Shugerman, Jed. "In Defense of Appearances: What Caperton v. Massey Should Have Said (Clifford "Rising Stars" Symposium)," 59 DePaul Law Review 529 (2010).
Shugerman, Jed. "State Judicial Review Cases, 1780-1865 (appendix to Economic Crisis and the Rise of Judicial Elections and Judicial Review)," 123 Harvard Law Review 1061 (2010).
Shugerman, Jed. "A Watershed Moment: Reversals of Tort Theory in the Nineteenth Century," 2 Journal of Tort Law (2008).
Shugerman, Jed. "Judges' Duties and Affirmative Duties: Stockberger v. U.S," 120 Harvard Law Review 1228 (2007).
Shugerman, Jed. "A Six-Three Rule: Reviving Consensus and Deference on the Supreme Court," 37 Georgia Law Review 893 (2003).
Shugerman, Jed. "Marbury and Judicial Deference: The Shadow of Whittington v. Polk and the Maryland Judiciary Battle," 5 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 58 (2002).
Shugerman, Jed. "The Louisiana Purchase and South Carolina's Reopening of the Slave Trade in 1803," 22 Journal of the Early Republic 263 (2002).
Shugerman, Jed. "Unreasonable Probability of Error, Coleman v. State," 111 Yale Law Journal 435 (2001).
Shugerman, Jed. "Rights Revolutions and Counter-revolutions," 13 Yale Journal of Law & Humanities 531 (2000) (book review).
(reviewing Richard Primus, The American Language of Rights (1999) and Mary Dudziak, Cold War Civil Rights (2000))
Shugerman, Jed. "The Floodgates of Strict Liability: Bursting Reservoirs and the Adoption of Fletcher v. Rylands in the Gilded Age," 110 Yale Law Journal 333 (2000).