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Ows, Discourse, And Narratives, Timothy Zick Oct 2011

Ows, Discourse, And Narratives, Timothy Zick

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Ows And The Constitution, Timothy Zick Oct 2011

Ows And The Constitution, Timothy Zick

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Trans-Border Exclusion And Execution, Timothy Zick Oct 2011

Trans-Border Exclusion And Execution, Timothy Zick

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Sustaining A Movement, Timothy Zick Oct 2011

Sustaining A Movement, Timothy Zick

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Pepper-Spraying Of Wall Street Protesters Under Investigation, Timothy Zick Sep 2011

Pepper-Spraying Of Wall Street Protesters Under Investigation, Timothy Zick

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More On The Wall Street Protest, Timothy Zick Sep 2011

More On The Wall Street Protest, Timothy Zick

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Arab Spring On Wall Street?, Timothy Zick Sep 2011

Arab Spring On Wall Street?, Timothy Zick

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The Summer Of Discontent: Creative Repertoires Of Public Protest, Timothy Zick Sep 2011

The Summer Of Discontent: Creative Repertoires Of Public Protest, Timothy Zick

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The Law Of Reputation And The Interest Of The Audience, Laura A. Heymann Sep 2011

The Law Of Reputation And The Interest Of The Audience, Laura A. Heymann

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Although an individual has control over many of the statements, acts, and other biographical data points that are used to construct her reputation, she does not ultimately have control over the result of that reputational assessment, the pronouncement of which is a task reserved to others. Reputation is fundamentally a social concept; it does not exist until a community collectively forms a judgment about an individual or firm that has the potential to guide the community’s future interactions. Despite reputation’s relational nature, discussions of the law’s interest in reputation tend to focus on one of two parties ...


Widening Batson's Net To Ensnare More Than The Unapologetically Bigoted Or Painfully Unimaginative Attorney, Jeffrey Bellin, Junichi P. Semitsu Jul 2011

Widening Batson's Net To Ensnare More Than The Unapologetically Bigoted Or Painfully Unimaginative Attorney, Jeffrey Bellin, Junichi P. Semitsu

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In Snyder v. Louisiana, the Supreme Court reaffirmed its commitment to rooting out racially discriminatory jury selection and its belief that the three-step framework established in Batson v. Kentucky is capable of unearthing racially discriminatory peremptory strikes. Yet the Court left in place the talismanic protection available to those who might misuse the peremptory challenge—the unbounded collection of justifications that courts, including the Supreme Court, accept as “race neutral.”

To evaluate the Court’s continuing faith in Batson, we conducted a survey of all federal published and unpublished judicial decisions issued in this first decade of the new millennium ...