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    • Guthrie, Chris (Oklahoma Law Review, 1994)
      This article examines small-town murder in Johnson County, Kansas, from 1880 to 1939. While providing lurid details of the murders committed over a sixty-year period in the county's small towns and villages, this article ...
    • Bressman, Lisa Schultz (New York University Law Review, 2003)
      This Article argues that efforts to square the administrative state with the constitutional structure have become too fixated on the concern for political accountability. As a result, those efforts have overlooked an ...
    • Farber, Daniel A., 1950-; Sherry, Suzanna (Minnesota Law Review, 1999)
      We knew, of course, that we were treading on dangerous ground in challenging radical multiculturalism. In writing Beyond All Reason we argued that the radicals' postmodern theories conflict deeply with their own laudable ...
    • King, Nancy J., 1958-; Klein, Susan Riva, 1962- (Federal Sentencing Reporter, 2004)
      Federal criminal sentencing in the wake of Blakely v. Washington is, to put it charitably, a mess. In holding that Blakely's sentence under the Washington State Sentencing Guidelines was imposed in a manner inconsistent ...
    • Vandenbergh, Michael P. (Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 2003)
      Social norms scholarship faces the challenge of becoming a mature discipline. Norms theorists have proposed several elegant, widely applicable theories of the origin, evolution and function of norms. For the most part, ...
    • Clarke, Jessica A. (Indiana Law Journal, 2011)
      Sexual harassment law and family leave policy originated as feminist reform projects designed to protect women in the workplace. But many academics now ask whether harassment and leave policies have outgrown their gendered ...
    • Rossi, Jim, 1965- (Michigan State DCL Law Review, 2003)
      Regulatory agencies are increasingly adopting ex ante rules to set market access terms and conditions for network industries. At the same time, in industries such as telecommunications and electric power transmission and ...
    • Moran, Beverly I. (Ohio Norhtern University Law Review, 2002)
      The bibliography surveys all tax articles (but not Notes) from 1954 to 2001 in high prestige law journals in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. The bibliography compares number of articles produced ...
    • Ruhl, J. B. (University of Colorado Law Review, 1995)
      This article offers an early examination of the law and governance of biodiversity (circa 1995) through the lenses of the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and Coastal Zone Management. It suggests that true multi-scalar, ...
    • McKanders, Karla Mari (Saint Louis University Public Law Review, 2010)
      This essay explores how the past Civil Rights Movement and discrimination against persons of color, mainly Latinos and African Americans, can help to address current forms of discrimination in our country. In particular, ...
    • Moran, Beverly I.; Whitford, William C., 1940- (Wisconsin Law Review, 1996)
      Using Census data and the Survey of Income Program participation (SIPP), the authors use social science methodology to show that blacks pay more federal income tax than whites at the same income levels.
    • Guthrie, Chris; Rachlinski, Jeffrey John; Wistrich, Andrew J. (Cornell Law Review, 2007)
      How do judges judge? Do they apply law to facts in a mechanical and deliberative way, as the formalists suggest they do, or do they rely on hunches and gut feelings, as the realists maintain? Debate has raged for decades, ...
    • Viscusi, W. Kip (Emory Law Journalwww.law.emory.edu/elj, 2004)
      This paper provides an analysis of sixty-four punitive damages awards of at least $100 million. Based on an inventory of these cases, there is evidence that these blockbuster awards are highly concentrated geographically, ...
    • Meyer, Timothy; Sitaraman, Ganesh (The Great Democracy Initiative, 2018-12)
      In this paper, we offer ten recommendations on how to reform American trade policy. These reforms respond to three fundamental challenges: (1) our trade bureaucracy is poorly designed to craft and execute a trade policy ...
    • Blair, Margaret M., 1950- (Seattle University Law Review, 2015)
      In June of 2014, the board of directors of Demoulas Supermarkets, Inc.-better known as Market Basket, a mid-sized chain of grocery stores in New England-decided to oust the man who had been CEO for the previous six years, ...
    • George, Tracey E., 1967- (Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 1992)
      Interest groups have played a dominant if not determinative role in the "greening of America." Thus, that Lettie Wenner, a political scientist who has devoted much of her career to studying environmental issues (The ...
    • O'Connor, Erin O'Hara, 1965- (Florida Law Review, 2001)
      The field of law and biology is growing rapidly, and the good scholarship typically has much to do with Owen Jones... The general message that Professor Jones disseminates in his articles is important. Law cannot reach ...
    • Rossi, Jim (Texas Law Review, 2016)
      For much of the past 80 years courts have fixated on dual sovereignty as the organizing federalism paradigm under New Deal era energy statutes. Dual sovereignty’s reign emphasized a jurisdictional “bright line,” with a ...
    • Ely, James W. Jr. (Cumberland Law Review, 2018)
      This article examines the impact of the Supreme Court decision in Buchanan v. Warley (1917) invalidating residential segregation laws as a deprivation of property rights without due process of law. The decision was premised ...
    • Edelman, Paul H.; Edelman, Paul H. (American Mathematical Society, 2013)
      In "Math on Trial," Leila Schneps and Coralie Colmez write about the abuse of mathematical arguments in criminal trials and how these flawed arguments "have sent innocent people to prison" (p. ix). Indeed, people "saw their ...