Volume 88  | March 2013 | Issue 1

 

Case Study and Commentaries:

Levine Article

 

The interactive version of this article features hyperlinks to the Justices’ personal papers, the Court’s internal memoranda, and other historical records, which provide the reader “a rare glimpse of the inner workings of the Court.”

(Download printable version)

Dun & Bradstreet Revisited – A Comment on Levine and Wermiel

Scott L. Nelson

A Tale of Two Greenmoss Builders

Robert M. O’Neil

Dun & Bradstreet v. Greenmoss Builders as an Example of Justice Powell’s Approach to Constitutional Jurisprudence

Paul M. Smith

Response and Rejoinder:

The Miranda Warning

Frederick Schauer 

A Rejoinder to Professor Schauer’s Commentary

Yale Kamisar

Articles:

Governing Financial Markets: Regulating Conflicts

Kristin N. Johnson

Comments:

Controlling the Prosecution of Bribery: Applying Corporate Law Principles to Define a “Foreign Official” in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Kayla Feld

The Lesson of the 2011 NFL and NBA Lockouts: Why Courts Should Not Immediately Recognize Players’ Union Disclaimers of Representation

Ross Siler

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2 Responses

  1. Lawrence Cunningham says:

    The interactive approach to law review publishing is a wonderful innovation (on top of the outstanding substantive content achieved in this issue). Kudos to WLR editors.

  2. Thanks very much. Love it!