Stanford Law Review, Issue 62:3 (March 2010)

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 62:3 (March 2010)

Did Liberal Justices Invent the Standing Doctrine? An Empirical Study of the Evolution of Standing, 1921-2006
Daniel E. Ho & Erica L. Ross
All Hands on Deck: Local Governments and the Potential for Bidirectional Climate Change Regulation Katherine A. Trisolini 669
Judicial Independence, Autonomy, and the Bankruptcy Courts
Troy A. McKenzie 747
Measuring the Success of Bivens Litigation and Its Consequences for the Individual Liability Model Alexander A. Reinert 809



The Hand-Off Procedure or the New Silver Platter: How Today’s Police Are Serving Up Potentially Tainted Evidence Without Even Revealing the Search that Produced It to Defendants or to Courts Micah G. Block 863



The New Rule 12(b)(6): Twombly, Iqbal, and the Paradox of Pleading Rakesh N. Kilaru 905

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