Illinois Law Review, Issue 2012:3 (May 2012)

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University of Illinois Law Review, Issue 2012:3

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Symposium: Jack Balkin’s Constitutional Text and Principle

The Method of Text and ?: Jack Balkin’s Originalism With No Regrets – Larry Alexander (PDF)

Jack Balkin’s Interaction Theory of “Commerce” – Randy E. Barnett (PDF)

The Balkinization of Originalism – James E. Fleming (PDF)

Constitutional Cultures, Democracy, and Unwritten Principles – Jeffrey Goldsworthy (PDF)

Jack Balkin As the Picasso of Constitutional Theorists – Sanford Levinson (PDF)

The Constitution Can Do No Wrong – Gerard Magliocca (PDF)

The Abstract Meaning Fallacy – John O. McGinnis & Michael B. Rappaport (PDF)

Talk About Talking About Constitutional Law – Adam M. Samaha (PDF)

The Politics of Constitutional Fidelity – Mariah Zeisberg (PDF)

Nine Perspectives on Living Originalism – Jack M. Balkin (PDF)


Chipping Away at the Illinois Brick Wall: The Use of Calder Jurisdiction in State Indirect Purchaser Litigation – Stephen Blecha (PDF)

Striking the Proper Balance Between the Carrot and the Stick Approaches to Animal Feeding Operation Regulation – Shauna R. Collins (PDF)

Sentences Should Be Reasonable, Not Shocking: A De-Emphasis on Loss for Federal Securities Fraud Sentencing – Lana L. Freeman (PDF)

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