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    • Moran, Beverly I.; Wildman, Stephanie M., 1949- (Fordham Urban Law Journal, 2007)
      Many believe that the legal system has achieved racial neutrality because statutes and regulations do not mention race. They do not view law and the legal system as one way that American society polices race and wealth ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Arkansas Law Review, 2002)
      The determination of whether racialized defenses should be permitted depends upon a number of factors. Professor Alfieri is right to emphasize race-consciousness as an important variable, but wrong to give it dispositive ...
    • King, Nancy J., 1958- (New York University Law Review, 1993)
      Racial and ethnic minorities continue to be substantially underrepresented on criminal juries. At all stages of jury selection-venue choice, source list development, qualified list development, and jury panel and foreperson ...
    • McKanders, Karla Mari; Aldana, Raquel; Lyon, Beth (Arizona State Law Journal, 2012)
      This paper explores the adoption of best practices for the admission and graduation of undocumented students as lawyers and promoting their integration into the legal profession. Law schools are already both knowingly and ...
    • Viscusi, W. Kip; Dreyfus, M. (Mark) (Journal of Law and Economicshttp://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/journals/journal/jle.html, 1995)
      This article estimates hedonic price models for automobiles using a data set on almost 3,000 households from the U.S. Department of Energy Residential Transportation Energy Consumption Survey. The standard hedonic models ...
    • Viscusi, W. Kip (University of Chicago Law Review, 2007)
      This Article examines the economic basis for what is termed "rational discounting," which entails full recognition of policy effects over time and exponential discounting at a riskless rate of return. Policies often cannot ...
    • Schlunk, Herwig J. (Virginia Tax Review, 2007)
      This article examines the taxation of human shareholders in the case of mergers and acquisitions. Currently, the relevant law is extraordinarily complex, utterly inconsistent, and in many instances arguably unfair. There ...
    • Kay, Susan L.; Maranville, Deborah; Lynch, Mary A.; Goldfarb, Phyllis; Engler, Russell (New York Law School Law Review, 2011)
      Legal educators have long viewed experiential courses involving real lawyering as a world divided neatly in two: externship placements and in-house clinics. This article suggests that despite the decades-old vintage of ...
    • Thomas, Randall S., 1955-; Schwab, Stewart J. (Michigan Law Review, 1998)
      This paper investigates the increased shareholder activism by labor unions and their pension funds, who are now the most aggressive institutional shareholders. Sometimes unions propose traditional corporate-governance ...
    • Jones, Owen D.; Robinson, Paul H.; Kurzban, Robert (Chicago Law Review, 2010)
      Professors Donald Braman, Dan Kahan, and David Hoffman, in their article "Some Realism About Punishment Naturalism," to be published in an upcoming issue of the University of Chicago Law Review, critique a series of our ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951-; Schumacher, Joseph E. (Duke Law Journal, 1993)
      This Article reports an attempt to investigate empirically important aspects of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, as construed by the United States Supreme Court. In the course of doing so, it ...
    • Rose, Amanda M. (The Journal of Corporation Law, 2017)
      Federal securities law defines the materiality of corporate disclosures by reference to the views of a hypothetical “reasonable investor.” For decades the reasonable investor standard has been a flashpoint for debate — ...
    • King, Nancy J., 1958- (Houston Law Review, 2006)
      About a year ago, the Supreme Court in United States v. Booker declared a new standard for the appellate review of federal sentences-reasonableness. Justice Breyer, writing for the Court, asserted reassuringly that the ...
    • Swain, Carol M. (Carol Miller) (Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, 2007)
      In passing a watered-down piece of legislation (in July 2006), the Senate missed a critical opportunity to truly strengthen Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act and protect voters against voting rights violations on a ...
    • Bressman, Lisa Schultz (Virginia Law Review, 2011)
      The framework for judicial review of agency statutory interpretations is based on a legal fiction – namely, that Congress intends to delegate interpretive authority to agencies. Critics argue that the fiction is false ...
    • Anderson-Watts, Rachael (Michigan State University Journal of Medicine and law, 2008)
      Our society and laws allow a space for a multitude of identities and forms of expression. Many kinds of differences are legally protected in various ways, such as differences in race, religion, and gender. Sometimes ...
    • Viscusi, W. Kip; Zeckhauser, Richard J. (The Journal of Legal Studies, 2005)
      Survey respondents assessed the risks of terrorist attacks and their consequences and were asked how their assessments changed from before September 11 to the present. This paper analyzes those current and recollected risk ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951-; Fondacaro, Mark R., 1957-; Cross, Tricia (Hastings Law Journal, 2006)
      This article challenges the accepted wisdom, at least since the Supreme Court's decision in Gault, that procedures in juvenile delinquency court should mimic the adult criminal process. The legal basis for this challenge ...
    • Cheng, Edward K. (Yale Law Journal, 2013)
      The preponderance standard is conventionally described as an absolute probability threshold of 0.5. This Essay argues that this absolute characterization of the burden of proof is wrong. Rather than focusing on an absolute ...
    • Newton, Michael, 1962- (Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law, 2010)
      The prohibition on the use of reprisals is widely regarded as one of the most sacrosanct statements of the jus in bello applicable to the conduct of modern hostilities. The textual formulations are stark and subject to no ...