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America's Disposable Youth
(Howard Law Journal, 2015)
Through discriminatory rhetoric state and local officials construct delinquent juvenile immigrant youth as the embodiment of a threat to public safety and American values. Accordingly, alleged delinquent undocumented ...
Behavioral War Powers
(New York University Law Review, 2015)
A decade of war has meant a decade of writing on war powers. From the authority to start a war, to restrictions on fighting wars, to the authority to end a war, constitutional lawyers and scholars have explored the classic ...
Foresight Bias in Patent Law
(Notre Dame Law Review, 2015)
Much of patent reform has focused on efforts to make it harder to obtain and enforce low-quality patents. The most straightforward way to achieve this goal is to raise the substantive standards of patentability. What is ...
The End of Class Actions?
(Arizona Law Review, 2015)
In this Article, I give a status report on the life expectancy of class action litigation following the Supreme Court’s decisions in Concepcion and American Express. These decisions permitted corporations to opt out of ...