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    • Ruhl, J. B.; Salzman, James (Vanderbilt Law Review, 2011)
      This article explores in detail the attributes and operation of historic baselines. That historic baselines are found throughout regulatory law is no accident. Particularly when the policy goal involves turning back the ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Constitutional Commentary, 1989)
      GENDER JUSTICE is an avowedly liberal tract on the problems of gender discrimination in our society. It seeks to provide an alternative to the visions of both conservatives and radical feminists. The book fails in its ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Law and Inequality, 1986)
      The breadth and variety of the topics discussed at the 1985 NAWJ Convention raise a troubling question: is there any longer a need for an association of women law judges? While a few of the discussions center around "women's ...
    • Ruhl, J. B. (North Carolina Law Review, 2011)
      No force has put more pressure on the legal system than is likely to be exerted as climate change begins to disrupt the settled expectations of humans. Demands on the legal system will be intense and long-term, but is the ...
    • Edelman, Paul H. (Vanderbilt Law Review, 2006)
      Over the last 40 years of one person, one vote jurisprudence, the Supreme Court has distilled a stable and predictable test for resolving the basic numerical issue in equal representation: how much population difference ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Harvard law Review, 1992)
      We the People is an ambitious book by one of our best constitutional theorists. Part one of a projected three-volume series, it aims at nothing less than a re-envisioning of American constitutional history and promises a ...
    • Meyer, Timothy (Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law, 2012)
      Scholars and commentators have long argued that issue linkages provide a way to increase cooperation on global public goods by increasing participation in global institutions, building consensus, and deterring free-riding. ...
    • Thomas, Randall S., 1955-; Cheffins, Brian R. (Berkeley Business Law Journal, 2004)
      In the United States, the remuneration packages of top executives are characterized by a strong emphasis on pay-for-performance and by a highly lucrative "upside." There is much discussion of the possibility that executive ...
    • Gervais, Daniel J. (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 ...
    • Newbern, Alistair E. (California Law Review, 2000)
      The Supreme Court's recent decisions in United States v. Lopez and United States v. Morrison articulate a vision of federalism under which Congress's regulatory authority under the Commerce Clause is severely limited in ...
    • Vandenbergh, Michael P.; Rossi, Jim (Vanderbilt Law Review, 2012)
      This Article examines a principal barrier to reducing U.S. carbon emissions — electricity distributors’ financial incentives to sell more of their product — and introduces the concept of net demand reduction (“NDR”) as a ...
    • Vandenbergh, Michael P.; Rossi, Jim, 1965- (North Carolina Law Review, 2013)
      This Article examines a principal barrier to reducing U.S. carbon emissions — electricity distributors’ financial incentives to sell more of their product — and introduces the concept of net demand reduction (“NDR”) as a ...
    • Gervais, Daniel J. (Stanford Technology Law Review, 2011)
      The proposed amended settlement in the Google Book case has been the focus of numerous comments and critiques. This "perspective" reviews the compatibility of the proposed settlement with the TRIPS Agreement and relevant ...
    • Ruhl, J. B.; Craig, Robin Kundis (Sustainability, 2010)
      The world’s coastal ecosystems are among the most complex on Earth, and they are currently being governed unsustainably, by any definition. Climate change will only add to this complexity, underscoring the necessity of ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (University of Chicago Law Review, 2008)
      The government's ability to obtain and analyze recorded information about its citizens through the process known as data mining has expanded enormously over the past decade. Although the best-known government data mining ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Law and Contemporary Problems, 2010)
      This article examines group-focused police investigation techniques - for instance, roadblocks, drug testing programs, area or industry-wide health and safety inspections, data mining, and camera surveillance - a phenomenon ...
    • Viscusi, W. Kip (Journal of Law and Economicshttp://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/journals/journal/jle.html, 1999)
      The estimated health risks from smoking have significant external financial consequences for society. Studies at the national level indicate that cigarettes are selffinancing since external costs such as those due to ...
    • O'Connor, Erin O'Hara, 1965- (Law and Contemporary Problems, 2009)
      In the past few years a number of scholars in a variety of intellectual disciplines have contributed to a better understanding of dyadic conflicts and their resolution. In particular, sociologists, psychologists, ...
    • Guthrie, Chris; Friedman, Lawrence M., 1963-; Grossman, Joanna L. (The American Journal of Legal History, 1996)
      Guardianship goes back quite far in legal history; it has been a feature of American law since the colonial period. Something like guardianship is a necessity in a system that recognizes private ownership of property, while ...
    • King, Nancy J., 1958-; Sherry, Suzanna (Duke Law Journal, 2008)
      This Article tells the story of how fundamental shifts in state sentencing policy collided with fundamental shifts in federal habeas policy to produce a tangled and costly doctrinal wreck. The conventional assumption is ...