Given all of the additional scholarship that has recently appeared on SSRN, I thought it might be helpful to update this post from a month ago. In addition to my 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, 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) William Baude (Chicago Law): "Interstate Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage after Windsor"
3) Anthony Infanti (Pittsburgh Law): "The Moonscape of Tax Equality: Windsor and Beyond"
4) Courtney Joslin (UC-Davis Law): "Windsor, Federalism, and Family Equality"
5) Douglas NeJaime (UC-Irvine Law) (2 pieces): "Windsor's Right to Marry"; "The View from Below: Public Interest Lawyering, Social Change, and Adjudication"
6) Anthony O'Rourke (SUNY Buffalo Law): "Windsor Beyond Marriage: Due Process, Equality, and Undocumented Immigration"
7) Neomi Rao (George Mason Law): "The Trouble with Dignity and Rights of Recognition"
8) Ruthann Robson (CUNY Law): "Case Comment: United States v. Windsor"
9) Colin Starger (Baltimore Law): "The Virtue of Obscurity"
10) Scott Titshaw (Mercer Law): "Revisiting the Meaning of Marriage: Immigration for Same-Sex Spouses in a Post-Windsor World"
11) Ernest Young (Duke Law) & Erin Blondel (Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber LLP): "Federalism, Liberty, and Equality in United States v. Windsor"