William and Mary Law Review, Issue 52:1 (October 2010)

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Articles

Aya Gruber, A Distributive Theory of Criminal Law

Alan Devlin & Michael Jacobs, Antitrust Error

David Gilo & Ariel Porat, Viewing Unconscionability Through a Market Lens

Helen Norton, The Supreme Court’s Post-Racial Turn Towards a Zero-Sum Understanding of Equality

Notes

Brandon Murrill, The Business of Suing: Determining When a Professional Plaintiff Should Have Standing To Bring a Private Enforcement Action

Katherine B. O’Keefe, Protecting the Homeless Under Vulnerable Victim Sentencing Guidelines: An Alternative to Inclusion in Hate Crime Laws

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  1. Regarding Norton’s “The Supreme Court’s Post-Racial Turn Towards a Zero-Sum Understanding of Equality”, such a zero sum understanding is hardly contingent on assuming we’ve reached a post-racial state. It merely relies on understanding equality of rights as being the equality guaranteed by the Constitution, not equality of outcomes.