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(Constitutional Commentary, 1989)
GENDER JUSTICE is an avowedly liberal tract on the problems of gender discrimination in our society. It seeks to provide an alternative to the visions of both conservatives and radical feminists. The book fails in its ...
Introduction: Is the Supreme Court Failing at Its Job, or Are We Failing at Ours?
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2016)
It is a pleasure and a privilege to write an introduction to this Symposium celebrating Dean Erwin Chemerinsky's important new book, The Case Against the Supreme Court. Chemerinsky is one of the leading constitutional ...
A Pox on Both Your Houses
(Journal of Law, Economics, and Policy, 2013)
As Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins celebrates its 75th anniversary, it is becoming more apparent that it is on a collision course with itself. The Court keeps trying – and failing – to sort out the tensions within the Erie ...