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Masthead May 2018

Masthead

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Faculty List May 2018

Faculty List

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Implementing The Federal Trust Reponsibility To Indians After President Nixon's 1970 Message To Congress On Indian Affairs: Reminiscences Of Reid Peyton Chambers, Reid Peyton Chambers May 2018

Implementing The Federal Trust Reponsibility To Indians After President Nixon's 1970 Message To Congress On Indian Affairs: Reminiscences Of Reid Peyton Chambers, Reid Peyton Chambers

Tulsa Law Review

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The Dramas Of Criminal Law: Thurman Arnold's Post-Realist Critique Of Law Enforcement, Mark Fenster May 2018

The Dramas Of Criminal Law: Thurman Arnold's Post-Realist Critique Of Law Enforcement, Mark Fenster

Tulsa Law Review

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The Federalist Society 2016 National Lawyers Convention Showcase Panel Ii: Rules Versus Standards In Constitutional And Statutory Interpretation, Akhil Reed Amar, Frank Easterbrook, John C. Harrison, Victoria Nourse May 2018

The Federalist Society 2016 National Lawyers Convention Showcase Panel Ii: Rules Versus Standards In Constitutional And Statutory Interpretation, Akhil Reed Amar, Frank Easterbrook, John C. Harrison, Victoria Nourse

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Mutually Assured Protection: Dmitri Shostakovich And Russian Influence On American Copyright Law, Hope Forsyth May 2018

Mutually Assured Protection: Dmitri Shostakovich And Russian Influence On American Copyright Law, Hope Forsyth

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents May 2018

Table Of Contents

Tulsa Law Review

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Our Proudest Boast, Wyatt Kozinski May 2018

Our Proudest Boast, Wyatt Kozinski

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Mar 2018

Table Of Contents

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Expanding Opportunity For All: Moving Past Zero-Sum Notions Of Affirmative Action To Promote Both Freedom And Equality, Stephen Engel Mar 2018

Expanding Opportunity For All: Moving Past Zero-Sum Notions Of Affirmative Action To Promote Both Freedom And Equality, Stephen Engel

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Joseph Fishkin, Bottlenecks: A New Theory of Equal Opportunity (Oxford University Press 2016).


Masthead Mar 2018

Masthead

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Faculty List Mar 2018

Faculty List

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


List Of Books Reviewed Mar 2018

List Of Books Reviewed

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Roads Less Traveled: U.S. Workplace Discrimination From The 1890s To The Present, Francine Banner Mar 2018

Roads Less Traveled: U.S. Workplace Discrimination From The 1890s To The Present, Francine Banner

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Lauren B. Edelman, Working Law: Courts, Corporations, and Symbolic Civil Rights (University of Chicago Press 2016); Sophia Z. Lee, The Workplace Constitution from the New Deal to the New Right (Cambridge University Press 2014); Nancy Woloch, A Class By Herself: Protective Laws for Women Workers, 1890s–1990s (Princeton University Press 2015).


Observations On The First Amendment And The War On Terror, Ofer Raban Mar 2018

Observations On The First Amendment And The War On Terror, Ofer Raban

Tulsa Law Review

Freedom of speech has traditionally suffered at times of war, and the War on Terror—with its related wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—is no exception: since 9/11, formidable pressures have come to bear on the constitutional freedoms of speech and press. As this paper discusses, these pressures have come from all three branches of the federal government. They include increased executive enforcement of existing laws, new legislation targeting terrorism-related speech, and apparent judicial reluctance to vigorously enforce existing constitutional protections. Notably, these allegedly significant impingements on the freedom of speech were achieved without any apparent change in constitutional ...


States' Rights Gone Wrong? Secession, Nullification, And Reverse-Nullification In Contemporary America, Sean Beienburg Mar 2018

States' Rights Gone Wrong? Secession, Nullification, And Reverse-Nullification In Contemporary America, Sean Beienburg

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Paul Nolette, Federalism on Trial: State Attorneys General and National Policymaking in Contemporary America (University Press of Kansas 2015); Sanford Levinson ed., Nullification and Secession in Modern Constitutional Thought (University Press of Kansas 2016).


The Hand In The Brew: Judges And Their Communities, Thomas F. Burke, Lief H. Carter Mar 2018

The Hand In The Brew: Judges And Their Communities, Thomas F. Burke, Lief H. Carter

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Paul W. Kahn, Making the Case: The Art of the Judicial Opinion (Yale University Press 2016); Douglas E. Edlin, Common Law Judging: Subjectivity, Impartiality, and the Making of Law (University of Michigan Press 2016).


Disagreement And Resentment In Contemporary American Politics, Stuart Chinn Mar 2018

Disagreement And Resentment In Contemporary American Politics, Stuart Chinn

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Katherine J. Cramer, The Politics of Resentment: Ruralconsciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker (University Of Chicago Press 2016); Arlie Russell Hochschild, Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right (New Press 2016).


Booze, Bets, And Brothels: The Moral Roots Of The Modern American Polity, Justin Crowe Mar 2018

Booze, Bets, And Brothels: The Moral Roots Of The Modern American Polity, Justin Crowe

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Kyle G. Volk, Moral Minorities and the Making of American Democracy (Oxford University Press 2014); John W. Compton, The Evangelical Origins of the Living Constitution (Harvard University Press 2014); Jessica R. Pliley, Policing Sexuality: The Mann Act and the Making of the FBI (Harvard University Press 2014).


From Premodern Christianity To The Postmodern Jury, Ian P. Farrell Mar 2018

From Premodern Christianity To The Postmodern Jury, Ian P. Farrell

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: James Q. Whitman, The Origins of Reasonable Doubt: Theological Roots of the Criminal Trial (Yale University Press 2016); Dennis Hale, The Jury in America: Triumph and Decline (University Press of Kansas 2016).


Institutions And Instrumentalization In International Law, Paul Gowder Mar 2018

Institutions And Instrumentalization In International Law, Paul Gowder

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Evan J. Criddle & Evan Fox-Decent, Fiduciaries of Humanity: How International Law Constitutes Authority (Oxford University Press 2016).


Also, No, Ethan J. Leib Mar 2018

Also, No, Ethan J. Leib

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Adrian Vermeule, Law’s Abnegation: From Law’s Empire to the Administrative State (Harvard University Press 2016).


Rights And Right-Wing Lawyers, Michael A. Magee Mar 2018

Rights And Right-Wing Lawyers, Michael A. Magee

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Amanda Hollis-Brusky, Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society and the Conservative Counterrevolution (Oxford University Press 2015); Jefferson Decker, The Other Rights Revolution: Conservative Lawyers and the Remaking of American Government (Oxford University Press 2016).


Good Girls, Bad Men? Rethinking Sex, Vulnerability, And Consent, Samantha Majic Mar 2018

Good Girls, Bad Men? Rethinking Sex, Vulnerability, And Consent, Samantha Majic

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Jennifer Ann Drobac, Sexual Exploitation of Teenagers: Adolescent Development, Discrimination, and Consent Law (University of Chicago Press 2016); Joseph J. Fischel, Sex and Harm in the Age of Consent (University of Minnesota Press 2016).


The Rule Of Law And Obedience To Law, Colleen Murphy Mar 2018

The Rule Of Law And Obedience To Law, Colleen Murphy

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Paul Gowder, The Rule of Law in the Real World (Cambridge University Press 2016).


Pilgrims' Progressivism, David Brian Robertson Mar 2018

Pilgrims' Progressivism, David Brian Robertson

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Stephen Skowronek, Stephen M. Engel & Bruce Ackerman eds., The Progressives’ Century: Political Reform, Constitutional Government, and the Moden American State (Yale University Press 2016).


The American Death Penalty: Past, Present, And Future, Steven F. Shatz Mar 2018

The American Death Penalty: Past, Present, And Future, Steven F. Shatz

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Daniel Lachance, Executing Freedom: The Cultural Life of Capital Punishment in the United States (University of Chicago Press 2016); Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker, Courting Death: The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment (Belknap Press 2016).


Judicial Deference And Democratic Values, Scott M. Sullivan Mar 2018

Judicial Deference And Democratic Values, Scott M. Sullivan

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: David Rudenstine, The Age of Deference: The Supreme Court, National Security, and the Constitutional Order (Oxford University Press 2016); Christopher Kutz, On War and Democracy (Princeton University Press 2016).


Editor's Note Mar 2018

Editor's Note

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Majority Tyranny, David A. Bateman Mar 2018

Majority Tyranny, David A. Bateman

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Louis Fisher, Congress: Protecting Individual Rights (University Press of Kansas 2016); Anna Harvey, A Mere Machine: The Supreme Court, Congress, and American Democracy (Yale University Press 2013).