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The New Frontier of State Constitutional Law
(William and Mary Law Review, 2005)
In the past decade, a new frontier of constitutional discourse has begun to emerge, adding a fresh perspective to state constitutional law. Instead of treating states as jurisdictional islands in a sea under reign of the ...
Political Bargaining and Judicial Intervention in Constitutional and Antitrust Federalism
(Washington University Law Quarterly, 2005)
Federal judicial deference to state and local regulation is at the center of contentious debates regarding the implementation of competition policy. This Article invokes a political process bargaining framework to develop ...
Federal Preemption and Clean Energy Floors
(North Carolina Law Review, 2013)
Federal policies regarding renewable and clean energy often lack clear definition, are incomplete, and are scattered across multiple statutes and agencies. Yet at the same time, recent decisions of both federal agencies ...