Vol. 62 Nbr. 3, March 2010
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- Did liberal justices invent the standing doctrine? An empirical study of the evolution of standing, 1921-2006.
- All hands on deck: local governments and the potential for bidirectional climate change regulation.
- Judicial independence, autonomy, and the bankruptcy courts.
- Measuring the success of Bivens litigation and its consequences for the individual liability model.
- The hand-off procedure or the new silver platter: how today's police are serving up potentially tainted evidence without even revealing the search that produced it to defendants or to courts.
- The new rule 12(b) (6): Twombly, Iqbal, and the paradox of pleading.