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Stanford Law Review, 64.6 (2012)

Stanford Law Review

Volume 64 • Issue 6 • June 2012


Maryland Law Review, Issue 71:4 (July 2012)

Volume 71 | Issue 4 | July 2012 

Symposium: Constitutional Redemption and Constitutional Faith

Natalie A. Waryck, Constitutional Redemption and Constitutional Faith: Introduction

Sanford Levinson, How I Lost My Constitutional Faith

Jamal Greene, Fourteenth Amendment Originalism

Aziz Rana, Freedom Struggles and the Limits of Constitutional Continuity

Gerald Torres and Lani Guinier, The Constitutional Imaginary: Just Stories About We the People

Mark A. Graber, Redeeming and Living with Evil

H.W. Perry, Jr., Constitutional Faith, Constitutional Redemption, and Political Science: Can Faith and Political Science Coexist?

Andrew Koppelman, Respect and Contempt in Constitutional Law, or, Is Jack Balkin Heartbreaking?

Jack M. Balkin, The Distribution of Political Faith

A Second Amendment Quartet: Heller and McDonald in the Lower Courts

Stephen Kiehl, A Second Amendment Quartet: Heller and McDonald in the Lower Courts: Introduction

Richard C. Boldt, Decisional Minimalism and the Judicial Evaluation of Gun Regulation

Dennis A. Henigan, The Woollard Decision and the Lessons of the Trayvon Martin Tragedy

John R. Lott, Jr., What a Balancing Test Will Show for Right-to-Carry Laws

David S. Cohen, McDonald‘s Paradoxical Legacy: State Restrictions of Non-Citizens’ Gun Rights


Michael Bakhama, Building Picket Fences: Maryland’s Funeral Picketing Law After Snyder v. Phelps


David McAloon, Davis v. United States: Good Faith, Retroactivity, and the Loss of Principle

Brandon K. Moore, Yi Ni v. Holder: Forced Abortions’ Impact on a Husband’s Right to Reproduce


Washington Law Review, Issue 87:2 (June 2012)

Volume 87  | June 2012 | Issue 2

June 2012 Symposium: The First Amendment in the Modern Age


The Guardians of Knowledge in the Modern State: Post’s Republic and the First Amendment


Ronald K.L. Collins & David M. Skover


The First Amendment, the Courts, and “Picking Winners”


Judge Thomas L. Ambro & Paul J. Safier

Public Discourse, Expert Knowledge, and the Press


Joseph Blocher

The First Amendment’s Epistemological Problem


Paul Horwitz

A View from the First Amendment Trenches: Washington State’s New Protections for Public Discourse and Democracy


Bruce E.H. Johnson & Sarah K. Duran

Democratic Competence, Constitutional Disorder, and the Freedom of the Press


Stephen I. Vladeck


Understanding the First Amendment


Robert C. Post


Robert C. Post, Selected Bibliography of First Amendment Scholarship


Washington Law Review


Defining “Breach of The Peace” in Self-Help Repossessions


Ryan McRobert

Addressing the Costs and Comity Concerns of International E-Discovery


John T. Yip


Harvard Law Review, 125: 8 (2012)


Harvard Law Review

Volume 125 · June 2012 · Number 8


In Memoriam: Bernard Wolfman
Howard Abrams, William D. Andrews, N. Jerold Cohen, Michael A. Fitts, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Martha Minow, Daniel N. Shaviro

Spatial Diversity
Nicholas O. Stephanopoulos

The Undead Constitution
Michael C. Dorf

Developments in the Law — Presidential Authority

Ninth Circuit Holds that Traffic Citation Is Not an “Intervening Arrest” Under Section 4A1.2(A)(2) of the Guidelines. — United States v. Leal-Felix, 665 F.3d 1037 (9th Cir. 2011) (en banc).

Federal Circuit Applies New Factors in Deciding Patentability of a Computer Program. — Ultramercial, LLC v. Hulu, LLC, 657 F.3d 1323 (Fed. Cir. 2011), reh’g and reh’g en banc denied, No. 2010-1544, 2011 U.S. App. LEXIS 25055 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 18, 2011).

Ninth Circuit Upholds First Trial Conviction Under § 1831 of the Economic Espionage Act of 1996. — United States v. Chung, 659 F.3d 815 (9th Cir. 2011), cert. denied, No. 11-1141, 2012 WL 929750 (U.S. Apr. 16, 2012).

Eleventh Circuit Rejects Challenge to Georgia’s “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” Standard for Defendants’ Mental Retardation Claims. — Hill v. Humphrey, 662 F.3d 1335 (11th Cir. 2011) (en banc).

D.C. Circuit Holds that Government Intelligence Reports Are Entitled to a Presumption of Regularity. — Latif v. Obama, 666 F.3d 746 (D.C. Cir. 2011).

Ninth Circuit Holds that Compensation for Blood Stem Cell Transplant Procedure Does Not Violate the National Organ Transplant Act. — Flynn v. Holder, No. 10-55643, 2012 WL 1001300 (9th Cir. Mar. 27, 2012).

Recent Publications


Stanford Law Review, 64.5 (2012)

Stanford Law Review

Volume 64 • Issue 5 • May 2012

The City and the Private Right of Action
Paul A. Diller
64 Stan. L. Rev. 1109

Securities Class Actions Against Foreign Issuers
Merritt B. Fox
64 Stan. L. Rev. 1173

How Much Should Judges Be Paid?
An Empirical Study on the Effect of Judicial Pay on the State Bench

James M. Anderson & Eric Helland
64 Stan. L. Rev. 1277

How Congress Could Reduce Job Discrimination by Promoting Anonymous Hiring
David Hausman
64 Stan. L. Rev. 1343


University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 62, Number 2, Spring 2012

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 62, Number 2, Spring 2012

The Sword in the Zone: Fantasies of Land-Use Planning Law
Ed Morgan

Recent Developments in WTO Jurisprudence: Has the Appellate Body Resolved the Issue of an Appropriate Standard of Review in SPS Cases?
Tracey Epps

Corrective Justice and Unjust Enrichment
Matthew Doyle

The Logic of Planning and the Aim of the Law
N E Simmonds

Why Compare? Comments on Kevin Jon Heller and Markus D Dubber’s The Handbook of Comparative Criminal Law
Leo Zaibert

Full text of the University of Toronto Law Journal  is available online at UTLJ Online,  Project Muse, JSTOR, HeinOnline, Westlaw, Westlaw-CARSWELL, LexisNexis and Quicklaw


Hastings Law Journal, Issue 63.4 (May 2012)

Hastings Law Journal, Issue 63.4 (May 2012)

A Profession, If You Can Keep It: How Information Technology and Fading Borders Are Reshaping the Law Marketplace and What We Should Do About It
Stephen Gillers

Issue Preclusion Effect of Class Certification Orders
Antonio GIdi

The Evolution of Unconstitutionality in Sex Offender Registration Laws
Catherine L. Carpenter and Amy E. Beverlin


A Culture Without Consequences? Redefining Purposeful Availment for Wrongful Online Conduct
Jenny L. Grantz

Reducing Civil Litigation Costs by Promoting Technological Innovation: Adopting Standards of Reasonableness in E-Discovery
Kelly Foss

Hastings Law Journal Voir Dire

The Hastings Law Journal’s online companion, Voir Dire, is now accepting submissions.

Recent Essays:
Sustainable Capitalism: Revelations from the Japanese Model
Joel Slawotsky

Right-Sizing Bar Association Governance
Daniel R. Suhr


Symposium: The New Private Law


Harvard Law Review

Online Forum


Responding to Shyamkrishna Balganesh, The Obligatory Structure of Copyright Law: Unbundling the Wrong of Copying

Copyright Is Not About Copying
Abraham Drassinower

Unifying Copyright: An Instrumentalist’s Response to Shyamkrishna Balganesh
Richard A. Epstein

Responding to Henry E. Smith, Property as the Law of Things

Exclusion and Private Law Theory: A Comment on Property as the Law of Things
Eric R. Claeys

Property as Modularity
Thomas W. Merrill

Responding to Stephen A. Smith, Duties, Liabilities, and Damages

Comments on Stephen Smith’s Duties, Liabilities, and Damages
Emily Sherwin

Responding to Benjamin C. Zipursky, Palsgraf, Punitive Damages, and Preemption

New Private Law Theory and Tort Law: A Comment
Keith N. Hylton

Method and Morality in the New Private Law of Torts
John Oberdiek


Harvard Law Review, 125: 7 (2012)


Harvard Law Review

Volume 125 · May 2012 · Number 7


Regulation for the Sake of Appearance
Adam M. Samaha


Introduction: Pragmatism and Private Law
John C.P. Goldberg

The Obligatory Structure of Copyright Law: Unbundling the Wrong of Copying
Shyamkrishna Balganesh

Property as the Law of Things
Henry E. Smith

Duties, Liabilities, and Damages
Stephen A. Smith

Palsgraf, Punitive Damages, and Preemption
Benjamin C. Zipursky

The Perils of Fragmentation and Reckless Innovation

Independence, Congressional Weakness, and the Importance of Appointment: The Impact of Combining Budgetary Autonomy with Removal Protection

Ninth Circuit Holds Female Plaintiffs Brought Valid Excessive Force Claims Against Police Officers Who Tased Them. — Mattos v. Agarano, 661 F.3d 433 (9th Cir. 2011) (en banc).

Second Circuit Declines to Extend Ricci v. DeStefano. — Briscoe v. City of New Haven, 654 F.3d 200 (2d Cir. 2011).

Ninth Circuit Affirms 262-Month Sentence Based on Uncharged Murder. — United States v. Fitch, 659 F.3d 788 (9th Cir. 2011).

Ninth Circuit Holds that Teacher Speech in School-Related Settings Is Necessarily Government Speech. — Johnson v. Poway Unified School District, 658 F.3d 954 (9th Cir. 2011).

Congress Restricts Guantánamo Transfers, Prompting Constitutional Signing Statement Objection. — National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, Pub. L. No. 112-81, 125 Stat. 1298 (2011) (to be codified in scattered sections of the U.S. Code).

>Recent Publications


Maryland Law Review 71:3 (May 2012)

Volume 71 | Issue 3 | May 2012


Mary Anne Franks, Sexual Harassment 2.o

Ari Ezra Waldman, Hostile Educational Environments

Amanda Conley, Anupam Datta, Helen Nissenbaum & Divya Sharma, Sustaining Privacy and Open Justice in the Transition to Online Court Records: A Multidisciplinary Inquiry


Anne Havemann, Surviving the Commerce Clause: How Maryland Can Square Its Renewable Energy Laws with the Federal Constitution

Christine E. White, Clearly Erroneous: The Court of Appeals of Maryland’s Misguided Shift to a Higher Standard for Post-Conviction DNA Relief


Wayne Heavener, Montgomery County v. Shropshire: Trying to Shoehorn Police Intradepartmental Disciplinary Files into the Wrong Cabinet