Lochner v. New York
Douglas E. Abrams, Lochner v. New York (1905) and Kennedy v. Louisiana (2008): Judicial Reliance on Adversary Argument, 39 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly (2011).
Michael R. Antinori, Does Lochner Live in Luxembourg: An Analysis of the Property Rights Jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice, 18 Fordham International Law Journal (1995).
Jack M. Balkin, Ideology and Counter-Ideology from Lochner to Garcia, 54 UMKC Law Review (1986).
Jack M. Balkin, Wrong the Day it was Decided: Lochner and Constitutional Historicism, 85 Boston University Law Review (2005).
Randy E. Barnett, What's So Wicked About Lochner?, 1 New York University Journal of Law & Liberty (2005).
David E. Bernstein, Lochner Era Revisionism, Revised: Lochner and the Origins of Fundamental Rights Constitutionalism, 92 Georgetown Law Journal (2003).
David E. Bernstein, Lochner's Feminist Legacy, 101 Michigan Law Review (2003).
David E. Bernstein, Lochner's Legacy's Legacy, 82 Texas Law Review (2003).
David E. Bernstein, Lochner, Parity, and the Chinese Laundry Cases, 41 William and Mary Law Review (1999).
David E. Bernstein, Lochner v. New York: A Centennial Retrospective, 83 Washington University Law Quarterly (2005).
Matthew S. Bewig, Lochner v. the Journeymen Bakers of New York: The Journeymen Bakers, their Hours of Labor, and the Constitution: A Case Study in the Social History of Legal Thought, 38 The American Journal of Legal History (1994).
Rebecca L. Brown, The Art of Reading Lochner, 1 New York University Journal of Law & Liberty (2005).
Daniela Caruso, Lochner in Europe: A Comment on Keith Whittington's Congress Before the Lochner Court, 85 Boston University Law Review (2005).
Morgan Cloud, The Fourth Amendment During the Lochner Era: Privacy, Property, and Liberty in Constitutional Theory, 48 Stanford Law Review (1996).
Julie E. Cohen, Lochner in Cyberspace: The New Economic Orthodoxy of 'Rights Management', 97 Michigan Law Review (1998).
David P. Currie, Lochner Abroad: Substantive Due Process and Equal Protection in the Federal Republic of Germany, The Supreme Court Review (1989).
Michael Kent Curtis, Resurrecting the Privileges or Immunities Clause and Revising the Slaughter-House Cases Without Exhuming Lochner: Individual Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment, 38 Boston College Law Review (1996).
Barry Cushman, Lochner, Liquor, and Longshoremen: A Puzzle in Progressive Era Federalism, 32 Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce (2001).
Anne C. Dailey, Lochner for Women, 74 Texas Law Review (1996).
Catherine L. Fisk, Lochner Redux The Renaissance of Lassez-Faire Contract in the Federal Common Law of Employee Benefits, 56 Ohio State Law Journal (1995).
James E. Fleming, Fidelity, Basic Liberties, and the Specter of Lochner, 41 William and Mary Law Review (1999).
J. Freitag, Takings 1992: Scalia's Jurisprudence and a Fifth Amendment Doctrine to Avoid Lochner Redivivus, 28 Valparaiso University Law Review (1994).
Barry Friedman, History of the Countermajoritarian Difficulty, Part Three: The Lesson of Lochner, 76 New York University Law Review (2001).
Helen Garfield, Privacy, Abortion, and Judicial Review: Haunted by the Ghost of Lochner, 61 Washington Law Review (1986).
Judith A. Gilbert, Tenements and Takings: Tenement House Department of New York v. Moeschen as a Counterpoint to Lochner v. New York, 18 Fordham Urban Law Journal (1991).
Howard Gilman, The Constitution Besieged: The Rise and Demise of Lochner Era Police Powers Jurisprudence, (1993).
Brianne J. Gorod, Does Lochner Live: The Disturbing Implications of Craigmiles v. Giles, 21 Yale Law & Policy Review (2003).
Joseph D. Grano, Teaching Roe and Lochner, 42 Wayne Law Review (1996).
Cotton Harness, Lucas and the Rebirth of Lochner, 2 South Carolina Environmental Law Journal (1992).
Kenneth W. Hartman, Lochner's Cousin: Demonstrating Originalism's Failure and its Disengenuous Nature, 34 Creighton Law Review (2001).
Steven M. Ingram, Taking Liberties with Lochner: The Supreme Court, Workmen's Compensation, and the Struggle to Define Liberty in the Progressive Era, 82 Oregon Law Review (2003).
Paul Kens, Judicial Power and Reform Politics: The Anatomy of Lochner v. New York, (1990).
Paul Kens, Lochner v. New York: Economic Regulation on Trial, (1998).
Paul Kens, Lochner v. New York: Tradition or Change in Constitutional Law, 1 New York University Journal of Law & Liberty (2005).
Ronald J. Krotoszynski, The Wages of Crying Wolf Revisited: The Essential Consanguinity of Lochner, Roe, and Eastern Enterprises, 1 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy (2002).
Gerald Leonard, Holmes on the Lochner Court, 85 Boston University Law Review (2005).
Richard E. Levy, Escaping Lochner's Shadow: Toward a Coherent Jurisprudence of Economic Rights, 73 North Carolina Law Review (1995).
Steve Louthan, A Brave New Lochner Era: The Constitutionality of NAFTA, Chapter 11, 34 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (2001).
Karl Manheim, Rent Control in the New Lochner Era, 23 UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (2005).
Thomas C. Marks Jr., Mr. Joseph Lochner and the Social Contract, 12 Oklahoma City University Law Review (1987).
Thomas C. Marks Jr., Three Ring Circus Revisited: The Drift Back to Lochner Continues, 19 Stetson Law Review (1990).
Albert A. Mavrinac, From Lochner to Brown v. Topeka: The Court and Conflicting Concepts of the Political Process, 52 The American Political Science Review (1958).
David N. Mayer, The Myth of Lassez-Faire Constitutionalism: Liberty of Contract during the Lochner Era, 36 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly (2009).
Thomas B. McAffee, Overcoming Lochner in the Twenty-first Century: Taking Both Rights and Popular Sovereignty Seriously as We Seek to Secure Equal Citizenship and Promote the Public Good, 42 University of Richmond Law Review (2008).
Anthony S. McCaskey, Thesis and Antithesis of Contract: Excess of Lochner and Johnson Controls, 3 Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal (1993).
Wayne McCormack, Lochner, Liberty, Property, and Human Rights, 1 New York University Journal of Law & Liberty (2005).
Molly S. McUsic, The Ghost of Lochner: Modern Takings Doctrine and its Impact on Economic Legislation, 76 Boston University Law Review (1996).
David D. Meyer, Lochner Redeemed: Family Privacy After Troxel and Carhart, 48 UCLA Law Review (2001).
Noga Morag-Levine, Common Law, Civil Law, and the Administrative State: From Coke to Lochner, 24 Constitutional Commentary (2007).
Joseph F. Morissey, Lochner, Lawrence, and Liberty, 27 Georgia State University Law Review (2011).
Joel M. Ngugi, Forgetting Lochner in the Journey from Plan to Market: The Framing Effect of the Market Rhetoric in Market-Oriented Reforms, 56 Buffalo Law Review (2008).
Julie Novkov, Constituting Workers, Protecting Women: Gender, Law, and Labor in the Progressive Era and New Deal Years, (2001).
Wendy E. Parmet, From Slaughter-house to Lochner: The Rise and Fall of the Constitutionalization of Public Health, 40 The American Journal of Legal History (1996).
Ellen Frankel Paul, Freedom of Contract and the Political Economy of Lochner v. New York, 1 New York University Journal of Law & Liberty (2005).
Michael J. Phillips, The Lochner Court, Myth and Reality: Substantive Due Process From the 1890s to the 1930s, (2001).
Michael J. Phillips, How Many Times was Lochner-Era Subtantive Due-Process Effective, 48 Mercer Law Review (1997).
George L. Priest, The Constitutionality of State Tort Reform Legislation and Lochner, 31 Seton Hall law Review (2001).
James R. Rogers and Georg Vanberg, Resurrecting Lochner: A Defense of Unprincipled Judicial Activism, 23 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (2007).
Ronald H. Rosenberg and Nancy Stroud, When Lochner Met Dolan: The Attempted Transformation of American Land-Use Law by Constitutional Interpretation, 33 Urban Lawyer (2001).
Gary D. Rowe, Lochner Revisionism Revisited, 24 Law & Social Inquiry (1999).
Eileen A. Scallen, Presence and Absence in Lochner: Making Rights Real, 23 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly (1996).
Jeffrey M. Shaman, On the 100th Anniversary of Lochner v. New York, 72 Tennessee Law Review (2005).
Bernard H. Siegan, Rehabilitating Lochner, 22 San Diego Law Review (1985).
Stephen A. Siegel, Lochner Era Jurisprudence and the American Constitutional Tradition, 70 North Carolina Law Review (1991).
Stephen A. Siegel, Understanding the Lochner Era: Lessons From the Controversy Over Railroad and Utility Rate Regulation, 70 Virginia Law Review (1984).
Peter J. Smith, Federalism, Lochner, and the Individual Mandate, 91 Boston University Law Review (2011).
D. Grier Stephenson Jr., The Supreme Court and Constitutional Change: Lochner v. New York Revisited, 21 Villanova Law Review (1976).
James Y. Stern, Choice of Law, the Constitution, and 'Lochner', 94 Virginia Law Review (2008).
David A. Strauss, Why was Lochner Wrong?, 70 The University of Chicago Law Review (2003).
Frank R. Strong, The Economic Philosophy of Lochner: Emergence, Embrasure and Emasculation, 15 Arizona Law Review (1973).
Jonathan Sullivan, Eastern Enterprises v. Apfel: How Lochner Got it Right, 60 Ohio State Law Journal (1999).
Glen E. Summers, Private Property Without Lochner: Towards a Takings Jurisprudence Uncorrupted by Substantive Due Process, 142 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (1993).
Cass R. Sunstein, Lochner's Legacy, 87 Columbia Law Review (1987).
Uncredited, Rhetorical Criticism of Legal Texts: Four Rhetoricians on Lochner v. New York, 23 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly (1996).
Howard M. Wasserman, Bartnicki as Lochner: Some Thoughts on First Amendment Lochnerism, 33 Northern Kentucky Law Review (2006).
G. Edward White, Revisiting Substantive Due Process and Holmes' Lochner Dissent, 63 Brooklyn Law Review (1997).
Keith E. Whittington, Congress Before the Lochner Court, 85 Boston University Law Review (2005).
Larry Yackle, Lochner, Another Time, Another Place, 85 Boston University Law Review (2005).