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Submissions from 2019

The Chevronization of Auer, Kristin E. Hickman and Mark R. Thomson

Response to McGeveran's the Duty of Data Security: Not the Objective Duty He Wants, Maybe the Subjective Duty We Need, Justin Hurwitz

Why Police Should Protect Complainant Autonomy, Randall K. Johnson

Submissions from 2018

Les Bleus and Black: A Football Elegy to French Colorblindness, Khaled A. Beydoun

Improving Familial and Communal Eldercare in the United States: Lessons from China and Japan, H. Hunter Bruton

The Other Trade War, Kathleen Claussen

Taking It to the Limit: Shifting U.S. Antitrust Policy toward Standards Development, Jorge L. Contreras

The SAFE, the KISS, and the Note: A Survey of Startup Seed Financing Contracts, John F. Coyle and Joseph M. Green

Preventing Sexual Harassment and Misconduct in Higher Education: How Lawyers Should Assist Universities in Fortifying Ethical Infrastructure, Susan Saab Fortney

Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent, Andrew J. Kerr

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Prosecuting Inequitable Conduct, Kyle R. Kroll

Submissions from 2017

Truth, Lies, and Power at Work, Cynthia Estlund

A New Social Contract: Corporate Personality Theory and the Death of the Firm, Stefan J. Padfield

Heuristic Interventions in the Study of Intellectual Property, Jessica Silbey

Submissions from 2016

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The Optimal Scope of Physicians' Duty to Protect Patients' Privacy, Ronen Avraham and Joachim Meyer

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Paying High for Low Performance, Steven A. Bank and George S. Georgiev

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Obergefell and the New Reproduction, Courtney Megan Cahill

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The Dormant Commerce Clause Wynnes Won Wins One: Five Takes on Wynne and Direct Marketing Association, Brannon P. Denning

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Reining in Private Agents, Amitai Etzioni

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Playing Favorites?: Justice Scalia, Abortion Protests, and Judicial Impartiality, Daniel A. Farber

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Rescued from the Grave and Then Covered with Mud: Justice Scalia and the Unfinished Restoration of the Confrontation Right, Richard D. Friedman

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Justice Scalia: Affirmative or Negative?, Stephen M. Griffin

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The Supreme Court's Quiet Expansion of Qualified Immunity, Kit Kinports

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Justice Scalia's Innocence Tetralogy, Lee Kovarsky

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Mathis v. U.S. and the Future of the Categorical Approach, Evan Tsen Lee

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Improving Technology Neutrality through Compulsory Licensing, Jake Linford

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Remembering Justice Antonin Scalia, Alan B. Morrison

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A Place of Their Own: Crowds in the New Market for Equity Crowdfunding, Seth C. Oranburg

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The Twice and Future President Revisited: Of Three-Term Presidents and Constitutional End Runs, Bruce G. Peabody

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Tie Votes and the 2016 Supreme Court Vacancy, Justin R. Pidot

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Justice Scalia's Unparalleled Contributions to Administrative Law, Richard J. Pierce

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Justice Scalia's Jiggery-Pokery in Federal Arbitration Law, David S. Schwartz

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A Consequential Justice, Robert A. Stein

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Outstanding Constitutional and International Law Issues Raised by the United States-Puerto Rico Relationship, Juan R. Torruella

Submissions from 2015

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[Insert Company Name] Sucks: A Response to Speech, Citizenry and the Market, Byron Crowe II

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Due Process Limits on Accomplice Liability, Michael G. Heyman

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Tax Credits on Federally Created Exchanges: Lessons from a Legislative Process Failure Theory of Statutory Interpretation, Mark Seidenfeld

Submissions from 2014

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The Limitations of Economic Reasoning in Analyzing Duress, Shawn Bayern

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Clinging to the Common Law in an Age of Statutes: Criminal Law in the States, Michael G. Heyman

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Restructuring the U.S. Tax Court: A Reply to Stephanie Hoffer and Christopher Walker's the Death of Tax Court Exceptionalism, Leandra Lederman

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Regulating Pollen, Brian Sawers

Submissions from 2013

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More than Winners and Losers: The Importance of Moving Climate and Environmental Policy Debate toward a More Transparent Process, Victor B. Flatt

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Government Endorsement: A Reply to Nelson Tebbe's Government Nonendorsement, Abner S. Greene

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When Too Little Is Too Much: Why the Supreme Court Should Either Explain Its Opinions or Keep Them to Itself, Jonah J. Horwitz

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Global Collection: Reviewing the Global Limits of Competition Law (Ioannis Lianos & D. Daniel Sokol, eds., 2012), Max Huffman

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Sonia Sotomayor: Role Model of Empathy and Purposeful Ambition: Reviewing My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor (2013), Rebecca K. Lee

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No Explanation Required: A Reply to Jeffrey Bellin's eHearsay, Colin Miller

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Substantial Government Interference with Prosecution Witnesses: The Ninth Circuit's Decision in United States v. Juan, Ruth A. Moyer

Submissions from 2012

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A Response to Professor I. Glenn Cohen's Regulating Reproduction: The Problem with Best Interests, Helen M. Alvare

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Crawford v. Washington: What Would Justice Thomas Do, Bradley G. Clary

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Burying Best Interests of the Resulting Child: A Response to Professors Crawford, Alvare, and Mutcherson, I. Glenn Cohen

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A Response to Appleton and Pollak, I. Glenn Cohen and Daniel L. Chen

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Authentic Reproductive Regulation, Bridget J. Crawford

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In Defense of Future Children: A Response to Cohen's Beyond Best Interests, Kimberly M. Mutcherson

Submissions from 2011

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Exploring the Connections between Adoption and IVF: Twibling Analyses, Susan Frelich Appleton and Robert A. Pollak

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Toward a Theory of Extraterritoriality, Mark Gibney

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Justice David Stras, Judicial Politics and Federal Court Nomination Politics, Timothy R. Johnson

Tribute to David Stras: Under the Microscope Tribute, Ryan W. Scott

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Comment: Anticompetitive Effect, Daniel R. Shulman

From Ivory Tower to Minnesota Supreme Court, David Wippman

Submissions from 2010

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Reply: Clawback to the Future, Miriam A. Cherry and Jarrod Wong

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Right Question, Wrong Answer: A Response to Professor Epstein and the Permititis Challenge, Ralph F. Hall

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In the Shadow of the Omnipresent Claw: A Reply to Professors Cherry & Wong, Michael C. Macchiarola

In Defense of Intellectual Property Anxiety: A Response to Professor Fagundes, Aaron K. Perzanowski

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Beyond Exclusion: A Review of Peter J. Spiro’s “Beyond Citizenship”, Jeffrey A. Redding

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On Silence: A Reply to Professors Cribari and Judges, Ted Sampsell-Jones

Submissions from 2009

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A Better Solution to Moral Hazard in Employment Arbitration: It Is Time to Ban Predispute Binding Arbitration Clauses, Lisa Blomgren Bingham and David Henning Good

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Speaking of Silence: A Reply to Making Defendants Speak, Donald P. Judges and Stephen J. Cribari

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The National Surveillance State: A Response to Balkin, Orin S. Kerr

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Climate Change and Reassessing the “Right” Level of Government: A Response to Bronin, Alexandra Klass

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Innovating between and within Technological Paradigms: A Response to Samuelson, Peter Lee