There's clearly been a flurry of writing over the summer concerning United States v. Windsor. I have a short essay out on this decision ("Querying Edith Windsor, Querying Equality"), which is part of a Villanova Law Review on-line symposium on this decision (more pieces will be put on-line in the coming weeks). As well, I am aware of the following scholars who also have new pieces out on Windsor:
1) Noa Ben-Asher (Pace Law): "Conferring Dignity: The Metamorphosis of the Legal Homosexual"
2) Anthony Infanti (Pittsburgh Law): "The Moonscape of Tax Equality: Windsor and Beyond"
3) Douglas NeJaime (UC-Irvine Law) (2 pieces): "Windsor's Right to Marry"; "The View from Below: Public Interest Lawyering, Social Change, and Adjudication"
4) Neomi Rao (George Mason Law): "The Trouble with Dignity and Rights of Recognition"
5) Ruthann Robson (CUNY Law): "Case Comment: United States v. Windsor"
6) Scott Titshaw (Mercer Law): "Revisiting the Meaning of Marriage: Immigration for Same-Sex Spouses in a Post-Windsor World"
I'm sure that I'm missing several new pieces on United States v. Windsor, so if you are aware of additional new scholarship, please add it to the comments section. Thanks!