Vol. 149 Nbr. 5, May 2001
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- Tribute to the Honorable Edward R. Becker.
- Making progress the old-fashioned way.
- Chief Judge Edward R. Becker: a truly remarkable judge.
- The agenda-setter for complex litigation.
- Keeping the reformist spirit alive in evidence law.
- Street crime, corporate crime, and the contingency of criminal liability.
- When the law doesn't count: the 2000 election and the failure of the rule of law.
- Genophobia: what is wrong with genetic discrimination?
- Genotype discrimination: the complex case for some legislative protection.
- Establishing a buffer zone: the proper balance between the First Amendment religion clauses in the context of neutral zoning regulations.
- The Rooker-Feldman doctrine: toward a workable role.
- Challenging law review dominance.