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The University of Chicago Law Review, Issue 74:4 (Fall 2007)

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The University of Chicago Law Review, Issue 74:4 (Fall 2007)

Articles

David S. Abrams and Albert H. Yoon, The Luck of the Draw: Using Random Case Assignment to Investigate Attorney Ability, 74 U Chi L Rev 1145 (2007)

Daniel Klerman, Jurisdictional Competition and the Evolution of the Common Law, 74 U Chi L Rev 1179 (2007)

James E. Pfander, Removing Federal Judges, 74 U Chi L Rev 1227 (2007)

Adam M. Samaha, What Good Is the Social Model of Disability?, 74 U Chi L Rev 1251 (2007)

Comments

Nathan R. Christensen, The Case for Reviewing Debt/Equity Determinations for Abuse of Discretion, 74 U Chi L Rev 1309 (2007)

Casey R. Fronk, The Scope of Statutory Permissiveness: Private Actions to Enforce Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 74 U Chi L Rev 1345 (2007)

Helen L. Gilbert, Minors’ Constitutional Right to Informational Privacy, 74 U Chi L Rev 1375 (2007)

Anne King, The Common Interest Doctrine and Disclosures during Negotiations for Substantial Transactions, 74 U Chi L Rev 1411 (2007)

Jennifer D. Larson, RLUIPA, Distress, and Damages, 74 U Chi L Rev 1443 (2007)

Kyle P. Reynolds, “Second or Successive” Habeas Petitions and Late-Ripening Claims after Panetti v Quarterman, 74 U Chi L Rev 1475 (2007)

Bryson Santaguida, The Primary Jurisdiction Two-Step, 74 U Chi L Rev 1517 (2007)

Sloan G. Speck, “Failure to Pay Any Poll Tax or Other Tax”: The Constitutionality of Tax Felon Disenfranchisement, 74 U Chi L Rev 1549 (2007)

Matthew J. Tokson, Virtual Confrontation: Is Videoconference Testimony by an Unavailable Witness Constitutional?, 74 U Chi L Rev 1581 (2007)

Book Review

Anita Silvers and Michael Ashley Stein, Disability and the Social Contract, 74 U Chi L Rev 1615 (2007)

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Southern California Law Review, 81:1 (November 2007)

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Southern California Law Review, 81:1 (November 2007)

Articles

Paul H. Robinson & John M. Darley, Intuitions of Justice: Implications for Criminal Law and Justice Policy, 81 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1 (2007)

Barak D. Richman & Christopher R. Murray, Rebuilding Illinois Brick: A Functionalist Approach to the Indirect Purchaser Rule, 81 S. Cal. L. Rev. 69 (2007)

Notes

Kenneth Kronstadt, Looking Behind the Curtain: Applying Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act to Businesses Behind Commercial Websites, 81 S. Cal. L. Rev. 111 (2007)

Gabriel Morgan, No More Playing Favorites: Reconsidering the Conclusive Congressional Presumption that Intercollegiate Athletics are Substantially Related to Educational Purposes, 81 S. Cal. L. Rev. 149 (2007)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2007:5 (October 2007)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2007:5 (October 2007)

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Articles

Federalism, Federal Regulation, or Free Market? An Examination of Mandated Health Benefit Reform

Amy B. Monahan

Divining and Designing the Future of the Search Incident to Arrest Doctrine: Avoiding Instability, Irrationality, and Infidelity

James J. Tomkovicz

Book Review Essay

Dworkin v. The Philosophers: A Review Essay on Justice in Robes

Michael Steven Green

Notes

Catholic Bishop Revisited: Resolving the Problem of Labor Board Jurisdiction Over Religious Schools

Christopher M. Gaul

Diversity Jurisdiction and Unincorporated Businesses: Collapsing the Doctrinal Wall

Christine M. Kailus

The Family and Medical Leave Act: To Waive, or Not to Waive

Carol Wong

Annual Index

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The Yale Law Journal, Volume 117, Issue 3 (December 2007)

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The Yale Law Journal, Volume 117, Issue 3 (December 2007)

ARTICLES

Consumerism Versus Producerism: A Study in Comparative Law

James Q. Whitman

The Constitution Outside the Constitution

Ernest A. Young

NOTES

Insurance Law’s Hapless Busybody: A Case Against the Insurable Interest Requirement

Jacob Loshin

Concession Agreements: From Private Contract to Public Policy

Nicholas Miranda

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Virginia Law Review, 93:8 (December 2007)

VOLUME 93      DECEMBER 2007      ISSUE 8

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ARTICLES

ESSAYS

A New Model of Administrative Enforcement

by Robert J. Jackson,
Jr. & David Rosenberg

The Case for For-Profit Charities

by Anup Malani &
Eric A. Posner

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University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Volume 156 Number 1

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ARTICLES
The Short and Puzzling Life of the “Implicit Minority Discount” in Delaware Appraisal Law

Lawrence A. Hamermesh & Michael L. Wachter
International Consensus as Persuasive Authority in the Eighth Amendment

Youngjae Lee
Antitrust and Nonprofit Hospital Mergers: A Return to Basics

Barak D. Richman
COMMENTS
Expanding the Scope of the Hatch-Waxman Act’s Patent Carve-Out Exception to the Identical Drug Labeling Requirement: Closing the Patent Litigation Loophole

Julie Dohm
Third-Party Ratings as Modern Reputational Information: How Rules of Professional Conduct Could Better Serve Lower-Income Legal Consumers

Colleen Petroni
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Cornell Law Review, Volume 93 Number 2 (January 2008)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 93 Number 2 (January 2008)

Articles

Standing, Injury in Fact, and Private Rights
F. Andrew Hessick

It’s a Wonderful Life
Ronen Perry

Notes

The Obstruction of Justice Nexus Requirement After Arthur Andersen and Sarbanes-Oxley
Kyle R. Taylor

The Case of the Missing Shareholders: A New Restriction on Honest Services Fraud in United States v. Brown
Douglas Zolkind

Book Review

An Insider’s Look at the War on Terrorism
Robert F. Turner

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Michigan Law Review, Issue 106:3 (December 2007)

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Michigan Law Review, Issue 106:3 (December 2007)

(Past issues are available on our website.)

Articles

Rueul E. Schiller, The Era of Deference: Courts, Expertise, and the Emergence of New Deal Administrative Law, 106 Mich. L. Rev. 399 (2007)

Robert D. Sloane, Prologue to a Voluntarist War Convention, 106 Mich. L. Rev. 443 (2007)

William Michael Treanor, Taking Text too Seriously: Modern Textualism, Original Meaning, and the Case of Amar’s Bill of Rights, 106 Mich. L. Rev. 487 (2007)

Note

Michael J. Ruttinger, Is There a Dormant Extraterritoriality Principle?: Commerce Clause Limits on State Antitrust Laws, 106 Mich. L. Rev. 545 (2007)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 93 Number 1 (November 2007)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 93 Number 1 (November 2007)

Articles and Responses

Blinking on the Bench: How Judges Decide Cases

Chris Guthrie, Jeffrey J. Rachlinski & Andrew J. Wistrich

Unleashing the Dogs of War: What the Constitution Means by “Declare War”

Saikrishna Prakash

Making War
Robert J. Delahunty & John Yoo

The President’s Power to Respond to Attacks
Michael D. Ramsey

A Two-Front War

Saikrishna Prakash

Notes


The Requirement for Metadata Production Under Williams V. Sprint/United Management Co.: An Unnecessary Burden for Litigants Engaged in Electronic Discovery

Lucia Cucu

“Respectful Consideration” After Sanchez-Llamas V. Oregon: Why the Supreme Court Owes More to the International Court of Justice
Steven Arrigg Koh

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California Law Review, Volume 95, Issue 5 (October 2007)

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Symposium: Race, Economic Justice, and Community Lawyering in the New Century

ARTICLES

Introduction: Lawyers and Community Economic Development

William H. Simon

Faith in Community: Representing “Colored Town”

Anthony V. Alfieri

Public Interest Lawyers and Resistance Movements

Sameer M. Ashar

Law in the Labor Movement’s Challenge to Wal-Mart: A Case Study of the Inglewood Site Fight

Scott L. Cummings

Integrative Lawyering: Navigating the Political Economy of Urban Development

Shelia R. Foster and Brian Glick

From “The Art of War” to “Being Peace”: Mindfulness and Community Lawyering in the Neoliberal Age

Angela Harris, Margaretta Lin, and Jeff Selbin

Concluding Essay: The Lawyer is not the Protagonist: Community Campaigns, Law, and Social Change

Jennifer Gordon

COMMENT

Putative Partners: Protecting Couples from the Consequences of Technically Invalid Domestic Partnerships

Ben Johnson

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