Symposium: Return to Missouri v. Holland: Federalism and International Law

Foreword

Margaret E. McGuinness

 

Missouri v. Holland’s Second Holding

Carlos Manuel Vázquez

 

Missouri v. Holland and Historical Textualism

Michael D. Ramsey

 

Putting Missouri v. Holland on the Map

Edward T. Swaine

 

Resurrecting Missouri v. Holland

Peter J. Spiro

 

What Story Got Wrong – Federalism, Localist Opportunism and International Law

Paul B. Stephan

 

The Crucial Role of the States And Private International Law Treaties: A Model for Accommodating Globalization

Julian G. Ku

 

The Elusive Foreign Compact

Duncan B. Hollis

 

The 2008 Earl F. Nelson Lecture

The Internationalism of American Federalism: Missouri and Holland

Judith Resnik

 

Federalism and International Law Through the Lens of Legal Pluralism

Paul Schiff Berman

 

Foreign Affairs, International Law, and the New Federalism: Lessons from Coordination

Robert B. Ahdieh

 

Tiebout Goes Global: International Migration as a Tool for Voting With Your Feet

Ilya Somin

 

Federalism and Horizontality in International Human Rights

Margaret E. McGuinness

 

Notes

The First Amendment and Specialty License Plates: The “Choose Life” Controversy

Stephanie S. Bell

 

The “Direct Threat” Defense Under the ADA: Posing a Threat to the Protection of Disabled Employees

Rene´ L. Duncan

 

Cotenants Trumping Cotenants: The Eighth Circuit Takes a Diverse Stance on Cotenants’ Authority Under the Fourth Amendment

Benjamin M. Johnston

 

Does It Make a Difference? Granting Public Employees the Right to Collectively Bargain

Amanda Stogsdill

 

The Split on Sanctioning Pro Se Litigants Under 28 U.S.C. § 1927: Choose Wisely When Picking a Side, Eighth Circuit

 Kelsey Whitt