Vol. 50 Nbr. 1, October 2008
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- Tempest in an empty teapot: why the Constitution does not regulate gerrymandering.
- Patently protectionist? An empirical analysis of patent cases at the International Trade Commission.
- The taxation of private equity carried interests: estimating the revenue effects of taxing profit interests as ordinary income.
- Rethinking drug inadmissibility.
- Initiating a new constitutional dialogue: the increased importance under AEDPA of seeking certiorari from judgments of state courts.
- Death by a thousand cases: after Booker, Rita, and Gall, the Guidelines still violate the Sixth Amendment.
- Possession is nine tenths of the law: but who really owns a church's property in the wake of a religious split within a hierarchical church?