James Lindgren is a Professor of Law at Northwestern University, with a BA from Yale and a JD and a PhD in (quantitative) sociology from the University of Chicago. He is a cofounder of the Section on Scholarship of the Association of American Law Schools and a former chair of its Section on Social Science and the Law. He has published in the Yale Law Journal and the Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, California, Northwestern, Georgetown, and UCLA Law Reviews, among others. His work includes “Fall from Grace: Arming America and the Bellesiles Scandal” (Yale Law Journal, 2002) and “Term Limits for the Supreme Court: Life Tenure Reconsidered” (Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, 2006). In Evans v. US (1992), the US Supreme Court adopted Lindgren’s view of the overlap of bribery and federal extortion. He blogs at the Washington Post.
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