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- Vol. 118 Nbr. 7, May 2020
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- FASCISM AND MONOPOLY.
- CONCEPTUALIZING LEGAL CHILDHOOD IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.
- The Right to a Well-Rested Jury.
- EQUALITY'S UNDERSTUDIES.
- REDEFINING REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND JUSTICE.
- THE MISPLACED TRUST IN THE DOJ'S EXPERTISE ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY.
- COIN, CURRENCY, AND CONSTITUTION: RECONSIDERING THE NATIONAL BANK PRECEDENT.
- EDITORS' NOTE.
- ON LAWYERS AND COPY EDITORS.
- RACIAL PURGES.
- Holding on to clarity: reconciling the federal kidnapping statute with the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.
- FEDERAL REVIEW OF STATE CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS: A STRUCTURAL APPROACH TO ADEQUACY DOCTRINE.
- THE ESSENTIAL ROLES OF AGENCY LAW.
- The essential structure of property law.
- The effect of legislation on Fourth Amendment protection.
- War Is Governance: Explaining the Logic of the Laws of War From a Principal-Agent Perspective
In this Article, the authors develop an alternative explanation that is based on the principal-agent model of domestic governance. They pry open the black box of "the state" and examine the complex interaction between the civilian and military apparatuses seething beneath the veil of...
- USE YOUR WORDS: ON THE 'SPEECH' IN 'FREEDOM OF SPEECH'.
- 'DOWNRIGHT INDIFFERENCE': EXAMINING UNPUBLISHED DECISIONS IN THE FEDERAL COURTS OF APPEALS.
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN EXPERIENCE.
- ARE UNIONS A CONSTITUTIONAL ANOMALY?
This term in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Ass'n, the Supreme Court will consider whether ordinary public employees may constitutionally be required to pay an "agency fee," as a condition of employment, to the union that represents them in collective bargaining. The Court established...