Vol. 145 No. 5, May 1997
- Solving a profound flaw in fraud-on-the-market theory: utilizing a derivative of arbitrage pricing theory to measure Rule 10b-5 damages.
- Liberalized immigration as free trade: economic welfare and the optimal immigration policy.
- A "public assets" theory of lawyers' pro bono obligations.
- Selective prosecution and the federalization of criminal law: the need for meaningful judicial review of prosecutorial discretion.
- Defending a sentence: the judicial establishment of sentencing entrapment and sentencing manipulation defenses.