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Is the Supreme Court Failing at Its Job, or Are We Failing at Ours
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2016-05)
Sanford Levinson calls for a new constitutional convention in Our Undemocratic Constitution: Where the Constitution Goes Wrong (and How We the People Can Correct It). This review explains how Levinson overstates the ...
The Forest and the Trees
(Vanderbilt Lawyer, 2002)
Ask those who carefully follow the Supreme Court, and they will tell you that--for good or bad, depending on their perspective--the current Supreme Court has reduced to near rubble the metaphorical wall separating church ...
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 ...
Golan v. Holder: A Look at the Constraints Imposed by the Berne Convention
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2011)
One of the central issues in the Golan v. Holder litigation is the extent to which the United States had flexibility to tailor the protection of existing works that had fallen in the public domain when it joined the Berne ...