Michigan Law Review
- Michigan Law Review Association
- Publication date:
- First document:
- Vol. 109 Nbr. 1, October 2010
- Last document:
- Vol. 112 Nbr. 5, March 2014
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- The Political Safeguards of Horizontal Federalism
- Inhibiting Intrastate Inequalities: A Congressional Approach to Ensuring Equal Opportunity to Finance Public Education
- Tariffication of the Coastwise Trade Laws
- Fumbling the First Amendment: The Right of Publicity Goes 2-0 Against Freedom of Expression
- War Is Governance: Explaining the Logic of the Laws of War From a Principal-Agent Perspective
- Responding to Independent Juror Research in the Internet Age: Positive Rules, Negative Rules, and Outside Mechanisms
- Private Control Over Access to the Law: The Perplexing Federal Regulatory Use of Private Standards
- House Swaps: A Strategic Bankruptcy Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis
- Houston, We Have a (Liability) Problem
- House swaps: a strategic bankruptcy solution to the foreclosure crisis.
- Interpreting regulations.
- The problem of policing.
- The mosaic theory of the Fourth Amendment.
- Efficient breach of international law: optimal remedies, "legalized noncompliance," and related issues.
- Outsourcing regulation: how insurance reduces moral hazard.
- The case for rebalancing antitrust and regulation.
- The most-cited law review articles of all time.
- Information escrows.
- The Basel III liquidity coverage ratio and financial stability.
- Private control over access to the law: the perplexing federal regulatory use of private standards.