Vol. 75 Nbr. 2, December 2011
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- Tribute to Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman.
- Justice, justice, shall you pursue for rich and poor, high and low alike.
- Clerking for the chief.
- More than meets the eye: a clerk's perspective of Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman.
- Everyone's chief - a tribute to Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman.
- Introduction to the Honorable Hugh R. Jones Memorial Lecture.
- Federalism is alive and well and living in New York: Honorable Hugh R. Jones Memorial Lecture.
- New York tax warrants: in the strange world of deemed judgments.
- When does a gambling prohibition not prohibit gambling? Or an alternative Mad Hatter's riddle and how it helps us to understand constitutional change in New York.
- The admissibility of expert opinion and the bases of expert opinion in sex offender civil management trials in New York.
- Should we be talking? Beginning a dialogue on guardianship for the developmentally disabled in New York.
- Overruling by implication and the consequent burden upon bench and bar.
- What does it mean if your appeal as of right lacks a "substantial" constitutional question in the New York Court of Appeals?
- Civil forfeiture as a remedy for corruption in public and private contracting in New York.
- Judge Bernard S. Meyer: first merit appointee to the New York Court of Appeals.
- All is not forgiven - the application of CPLR 2001 to Mendon Ponds defects.
- Lighting the way: the Lighthouse decision and judicial review of agency action.
- The relocation dilemma: in search of "best interests".
- New York intellectual property law review.
- High court studies: the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: dissenting at New York's Federal Appeals Court: an empirical study of Second Circuit dissents and the frequent dissenter, Judge Rosemary Pooler.
- Institutional conservatism and its impact on appellate decision-making: an empirical study of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
- Staying true to the ideals of fundamental fairness: an empirical study of the dissents of Judge Straub.
- Decision-making at the Second Circuit: Judges Barrington D. Parker, Jr. and Robert D. Sack.
- Conservatism in the Second Circuit: an analysis of the dissenting opinions of Judge Debra Livingston and Judge Reena Raggi.