The University of Chicago Law Review, Issue 74:4 (Fall 2007)

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The University of Chicago Law Review, Issue 74:4 (Fall 2007)

Articles

David S. Abrams and Albert H. Yoon, The Luck of the Draw: Using Random Case Assignment to Investigate Attorney Ability, 74 U Chi L Rev 1145 (2007)

Daniel Klerman, Jurisdictional Competition and the Evolution of the Common Law, 74 U Chi L Rev 1179 (2007)

James E. Pfander, Removing Federal Judges, 74 U Chi L Rev 1227 (2007)

Adam M. Samaha, What Good Is the Social Model of Disability?, 74 U Chi L Rev 1251 (2007)

Comments

Nathan R. Christensen, The Case for Reviewing Debt/Equity Determinations for Abuse of Discretion, 74 U Chi L Rev 1309 (2007)

Casey R. Fronk, The Scope of Statutory Permissiveness: Private Actions to Enforce Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 74 U Chi L Rev 1345 (2007)

Helen L. Gilbert, Minors’ Constitutional Right to Informational Privacy, 74 U Chi L Rev 1375 (2007)

Anne King, The Common Interest Doctrine and Disclosures during Negotiations for Substantial Transactions, 74 U Chi L Rev 1411 (2007)

Jennifer D. Larson, RLUIPA, Distress, and Damages, 74 U Chi L Rev 1443 (2007)

Kyle P. Reynolds, “Second or Successive” Habeas Petitions and Late-Ripening Claims after Panetti v Quarterman, 74 U Chi L Rev 1475 (2007)

Bryson Santaguida, The Primary Jurisdiction Two-Step, 74 U Chi L Rev 1517 (2007)

Sloan G. Speck, “Failure to Pay Any Poll Tax or Other Tax”: The Constitutionality of Tax Felon Disenfranchisement, 74 U Chi L Rev 1549 (2007)

Matthew J. Tokson, Virtual Confrontation: Is Videoconference Testimony by an Unavailable Witness Constitutional?, 74 U Chi L Rev 1581 (2007)

Book Review

Anita Silvers and Michael Ashley Stein, Disability and the Social Contract, 74 U Chi L Rev 1615 (2007)

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