On the Colloquy:

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It has been a busy summer and fall for the Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy. We have focused on timely issues including several recent Supreme Court decisions, and we have published several colloquies as well as stand alone pieces. Recent colloquies have included discussions of: The Military Commissions Act of 2006, Preemption of State Laws in Drug Cases, Capital Punishment for Child Rape Offenders, and Antitrust and the Internet. Click on the respective links to view all of the essays on a single page. Additionally, click on the links below to access each of our recent essays.

Engaging Capital Emotions 

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  Douglas A. Berman & Stephanos Bibas
A Floor, Not a Ceiling: Federalism and Remedies for Violations of Constitutional Rights in Danforth v. Minnesota 

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  Ilya Somin
The Many Mendelsohn “Me Too” Missteps: An Alliterative Response to Professor Rubinstein 

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  Paul Secunda
Sprint/United Management Company v. Mendelsohn and Case-by-Case Adjudication of “Me Too” Evidence of Discrimination 

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  David L. Gregory
The Significance of Sprint/United Management Company v. Mendelsohn: A Reply to Professors Gregory and Secunda 

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  Mitchell H. Rubinstein
Ordeal By Innocence: Why There Should Be a Wrongful Incarceration/Execution Exception to Attorney-Client Confidentiality 

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  Colin Miller
Heller‘s Future in the Lower Courts 

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  Glenn H. Reynolds & Brannon P. Denning
What Riegel Portends for FDA Preemption of State Law Products Liability Claims 

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  Catherine M. Sharkey
Competition and Privacy in Web 2.0 and the Cloud 

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  Randal C. Picker
Rediscovering the Law’s Moral Roots 

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  Morris B. Hoffman
Child Rape, Moral Outrage, and the Death Penalty 

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  Susan A. Bandes
Beyond Guantanamo, Obstacles and Options 

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  Gregory S. McNeal
The Case for Field Preemption of State Laws in Drug Cases 

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  Richard A. Epstein
Finding a Happy and Ethical Medium Between a Prosecutor Who Believes the Defendant Didn’t Do It and the Boss Who Says That He Did 

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  Melanie D. Wilson
If Obscenity Were To Discriminate 

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  Barry P. McDonald
No Third Class Processes for Foreigners 

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  Benjamin G. Davis
Crying Havoc Over the Outsourcing of Soldiers and Democracy’s Slipping Grip on the Dogs of War 

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  Joshua S. Press
The Influence of Ex Parte Quirin and Courts-Martial on Military Commissions 

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  Morris D. Davis
Continuing the Debate About Presidential Debates 

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  Alexander J. Blenkinsopp
Is Military Law Relevant to the “Evolving Standards of Decency” Embodied in the Eighth Amendment? 

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  Corey Rayburn Yung
A Comment on Rosenberg’s New Edition of The Hollow Hope 

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  Richard Delgado
Dysfunctional Deference and Board Composition: Lessons from Enron 

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  Bernard S. Sharfman & Steven J. Toll
Diversity and Race-Neutrality 

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  Kenneth L. Marcus
On Jurisdictional Elephants and Kangaroo Courts 

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  Stephen I. Vladeck

For more, go to the Colloquy archives page, and remember to check back each week for new content.

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