Vol. 72 Nbr. 1, January 2009
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- White collar crime's gray area: the anomaly of criminalizing conduct not civilly actionable.
- From the Civil War to the war on terror: the evolution and application of the state secrets privilege.
- Rulemaking without rules: an empirical study of direct final rulemaking.
- The adaptive American judiciary: from classical adjudication to class action litigation.
- Victims without legal remedies: why kids need schools to develop comprehensive anti-bullying policies.
- The judges v. the state: obtaining adequate judicial compensation and New York's current constitutional crisis.
- A tale of two debtors: bankruptcy disparities by race.
- Making peace and making money: economic analysis of the market for mediators in private practice.
- Improving public access to the Adirondack forest preserve.
- The forum non conveniens motion and the death of the moth: a defense perspective in the post-Sinochem era.
- "But I'm Denny Crane!": age discrimination in the legal profession after Sidley.