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(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2008)
Law school professors control the production of lawyers and influence the evolution of law. Understanding who is hired as a tenure-track law professor is of clear importance to debates about the state of legal education ...
Remaking the United States Supreme Court in the Courts' of Appeals Image
(Duke Law Journal, 2009)
We argue that Congress should remake the United States Supreme Court in the U.S. courts' of appeals image by increasing the size of the Court's membership, authorizing panel decision making, and retaining an en banc procedure ...
(Journal of Legal Education, 2002)
In the absence of empirical evidence and in the face of conflicting intuitions, there is no way to assess the relevance of collaborative work to the development of law and legal scholarship. In this essay we seek to fill ...