Recent Issues

November 8, 2012

Fall 2010 Volume 75, Issue 4

Articles Strip Searches of Students: Addressing the Undressing of Children in Schools and Redressing the Fourth Amendment Violations Diana R. Donahoe   Constitutional Interpretation Through a Global Lens Rex D. Glensy   Strict in Theory, But Accommodating in Fact? Ozan O. Varol Notes & Law Summaries Cut and Run? Tuition Reimbursement and the 1997 IDEA […]

Broke and Broken: Can We Fix Our State Indigent Defense System?

Summer 2010: Volume 75, Issue 3

Symposium: Broke and Broken: Can We Fix Our State Indigent Defense System? Foreword Rodney Uphoff   The 2010 Earl F. Nelson Lecture   Legal Representation for the Poor: Can Society Afford This Much Injustice? Stephen B. Bright   Boots on the Ground: The Ethical and Professional Battles of Public Defenders   Ethical Obligations of Indigent […]

Spring 2010: Volume 75, Issue 2

Colloquium Pretext in Peril Natasha T. Martin Responses Pretext Without Context D. Wendy Greene   Anti-Discrimination Law in Peril? Trina Jones   Discrimination Redefined Ann C. McGinley Articles An Economics Perspective on the Exclusionary Rule and Deterrence Michael D. Cicchini   Contract Law, Party Sophistication and the New Formalism Meredith R. Miller Notes Mental Retardation […]

Winter 2010 Volume 75, Issue 1

Articles Ordinary Creativity in Patent Law: The Artist Within the Scientist Amy L. Landers   The Context of Ideology: Law, Politics, and Empirical Legal Scholarship Carolyn Shapiro   The Myth of the Level Playing Field: Knowledge, Affect, and Repetition in Public Debate Jeremy N. Sheff Notes The Demise of Arbitration Agreements in Long-Term Care Contracts […]

November 7, 2012

Fall 2009 Volume 74, Issue 4

Articles The Misuse of Reasonable Royalty Damages as a Patent Infringement Deterrent Brian J. Love   The Hundred-Years War: The Ongoing Battle Between Courts and Agencies over the Right to Interpret Federal Law Nancy M. Modesitt   A Recipe for Bias: An Empirical Look at the Interplay Between Institutional Incentives and Bounded Rationality in Prosecutorial […]

Sandra Day O’Connor

Summer 2009: Volume 74, Issue 3

Symposium: Mulling Over the Missouri Plan: A Review of State Judicial Selection and Retention Systems Foreword R. Lawrence Dessem   The 2009 Earl F. Nelson Lecture The Essentials and Expendables of the Missouri Plan Sandra Day O’Connor   Special Interest Influence: Balancing Independence and Accountability We Have Met the Special Interests, and We Are They […]

Spring 2009: Volume 74, Issue 2

Articles Who’s Afraid of Redistribution? An Analysis of the Earned Income Tax Credit Jennifer Bird-Pollan   Religious & Philosophical Exemptions to Mandatory School Vaccinations: Who Should Bear the Costs to Society? Anthony Ciolli   Redevelopment Condemnations: A Blight or a Blessing upon the Land? Judge Harold L. Lowenstein   Notes Saving Missouri’s Public Defender System: […]

Winter 2009: Volume 74, Issue 1

Articles A New Approach to Overcoming the Insurmountable “Watershed Rule” Exception to Teague’s Collateral Review Killer Ezra D. Landes   Money, Caregiving, and Kinship: Should Paid Caregivers Be Allowed To Obtain De Facto Parental Status? Pamela Laufer-Ukeles   Due Process Forgotten: The Problem of Statutory Damages and Class Actions Sheila B. Scheuerman   Notes Religious […]

Return to Missouri v. Holland: Federalism and International

Fall 2008: Volume 73, Issue 4

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 […]

Summer 2008: Volume 73, Issue 3

Articles Mistake and Disclosure in a Model of Two-Sided Informational Inputs Michael J. Borden   The Ethical Exploitation of the Unrepresented Consumer Victoria J. Haneman   Tesla, Marconi, And The Great Radio Controversy: Awarding Patent Damages Without Chilling A Defendant’s Incentive To Innovate Christopher A. Harkins   Notes Copycats, Relax! The Federal Circuit Lightens Up […]