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International Law and Constitutional Interpretation: The Commander in Chief Clause Reconsidered
(Michigan Law Review, 2007)
The Commander in Chief Clause is a difficult, underexplored area of constitutional interpretation. It is also a context in which international law is often mentioned, but not fully defended, as a possible method of ...
Federalism and Accountability
(California Law Review, 2007)
This article examines how one particular state institution, state attorneys general (SAGs), has operated within a unique set of institutional and political constraints to create state-based regulation with nationwide impact ...