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    • Guthrie, Chris; Daily, Melody Richardson; Riskin, Leonard L., 1942- (Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2004)
      Seven law school faculty members and one practicing attorney recently developed and taught a wholly new kind of law course based on an already published case study, Damages: One Family's Legal Struggles in the World of ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1984)
      The defendant-first approach advocated in this Article is more difficult to implement than either the current policy admitting any proffered expert testimony or the exclusionary reform advanced by many commentators. It ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Emory Law Journalwww.law.emory.edu/elj, 2006)
      Civil commitment, confinement under sexual predator laws, and many capital and noncapital sentences depend upon proof of a propensity toward violence. This Article discusses the current state of prediction science, in ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher (Texas Tech Law Review, 2019)
      This Article honors three of Professor Arnold Loewy's articles. The first, published over thirty years ago, is entitled Culpability, Dangerousness, and Harm: Balancing the Factors on Which Our Criminal Law is Predicated,' ...
    • Wuerth, Ingrid Brunk (Harvard International Law Journal, 2003)
      During the final months of the Clinton administration, the State Department entered into a trio of unprecedented international agreements with France (the "French Agreement"), Germany (the "German Agreement"), and Austria ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Elon Law Review, 2009)
      This article summarizes the findings and recommendations of the ABA Death Penalty Moratorium Implementation Project's Florida Assessment Team, which I chaired. Relying on an analysis of caselaw, studies, news reports, and ...
    • Mayeux, Sara (Stanford Law Review, 2018)
      In 2015, the city council of Birmingham, Alabama enacted an ordinance establishing a local minimum wage of $10.10 an hour-a significant raise for the city's low-income workers from the federal floor of $7.25. The ordinance ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Oregon Law Review, 1997)
      This Article has been a preliminary effort at identifying those limitations in connection with one specific type of lie-investigative lies, or lies told to people in an effort to gather evidence against them. The extrapolation ...
    • George, Tracey E., 1967-; Sheehan, Reginald S., 1959- (Judicature, 2000)
      Is one circuit significantly more conservative or liberal than the others? Do circuit courts consistently avoid deciding the substance of certain appeals by concluding that the plaintiffs lack standing? Have state ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Texas Tech Law Review, 2009)
      This article, written for a symposium on "Criminal Law and the Excuses," defends the "Integrationist" approach to analysis of the exculpatory effect of mental disability that I developed in Chapter Two of my book, Minding ...
    • Bressman, Lisa Schultz (The George Washington Law Review, 2007)
      In Chevron, U.S.A. v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., the Supreme Court famously held that judicial deference to agency interpretations of ambiguous statutes is appropriate largely because the executive branch is ...
    • Thomas, Randall S.; Cox, James D. (Delaware Journal of Corporation Law, 2018)
      The 1980’s is appropriately considered the Golden Age of Delaware corporate law. Within that era, the Delaware courts won international attention by not just erecting the legal pillars that frame today’s corporate governance ...
    • Allensworth, Rebecca Haw (Boston College Law Review, 3/28/2014)
      The Supreme Court’s increasing use of science and social science in its decision-making has a rationalizing effect on law that helps ensure that a rule will have its desired effect. But resting doctrine on the shifting ...
    • Hersch, Joni, 1956- (Journal of Legal Studies, 2006)
      This paper uses a unique data set to examine how parties in civil litigation choose whether to demand a jury trial or to waive this right and whether trial forum influences the probability of trial versus settlement. ...
    • Thomas, Randall S.; Jeter, Debra C.; Wells, Harwell L. (Alabama Law Review, 2018)
      Since the 1930s, corporate law scholarship has focused narrowly on the public corporation and the problem of the separation of ownership and control — a problem many now believe has been mitigated or even solved. With rare ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (University of Cincinnati Law Review, 2007)
      This essay was presented as the 2006 William Howard Taft lecture at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. It suggests that the conflation of politics and law - the view that judges are not legal experts but rather ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Constitutional Commentary, 2008)
      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 ...
    • Padmanabhan, Vijay (New York University Law Review, 2002)
      Like many other transitional democracies, South Africa has chosen to run its two national postapartheid elections by an independent electoral commission, not by the existing government. Although the results were widely ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Harvard Law Review Forum, 2011)
      This response to Professor Dan Kahan’s recent Harvard Foreword, Neutral Principles, Motivated Cognition, and Some Problems for Constitutional Law, argues that while Kahan accurately describes the contemporary “neutrality ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Texas Law Review, 1988)
      Amy Gutmann's Democratic Education might equally well be entitled Republican Education, for its central theme is how to produce true republican citizens-citizens who possess both the ability and the motivation to participate ...