Vol. 5 Nbr. 1, January 2007
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- Mostly unconstitutional: the case against precedent revisited.
- Was Ann Coulter right? Some realism about "minimalism".
- Judicial precedent in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: a commentary on Chancellor Kent's Commentaries.
- A constitutional significance for precedent: originalism, stare decisis, and property rights.
- Stare decisis in a classical and constitutional setting: a comment on the symposium.
- Legal revolution: St. Thomas More, Christopher St. German, and the schism of King Henry VIII.
- If you grab the honey, you better have the money: an in-depth analysis of individual supervisor liability for workplace sexual harassment.
- Adhesion contracts don't stick in Michigan: why Rory got it right.
- You ain't my baby daddy: the problem of paternity fraud and paternity laws.
- Blight elimination takings as eminent domain abuse: the great lakes states in Kelo's public use paradigms.
- Law as a Means to an End: Threat to the Rule of Law.
- The Politics of Precedent on the US Supreme Court.