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The Derivative Nature of Corporate Constitutional Rights
(William & Mary Law Review, 2015)
This Article engages the two hundred year history of corporate constitutional rights jurisprudence to show that the Supreme Court has long accorded rights to corporations based on the rationale that corporations represent ...
Back to the Future
(Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 2015)
This essay refocuses the debate over autonomous weapons systems to consider the potentially salutary effects of the evolving technology. Law does not exist in a vacuum and cannot evolve in the abstract. Jus in bello norms ...
Revitalizing Dormant Commerce Clause Review for Interstate Coordination
(Minnesota Law Review, 2015)
Interstate coordination presents one of the most difficult challenges for American federalism as well as for energy markets and policy. Existing laws vest the approval of large-scale energy infrastructure projects such as ...
Coitus and Consequences in the Legal System: An Experimental Study
(SMU Law Review, 2015)
Scholars have found that men who physically harm their intimate partners receive less punishment than men who harm strangers. In other words, in the criminal setting, coitus has consequences. In particular, for female ...
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 ...