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Zone Of Nondeference: Chevron And Deportation For A Crime, Rebecca Sharpless Jan 2017

Zone Of Nondeference: Chevron And Deportation For A Crime, Rebecca Sharpless

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Finally, A True Elements Test: Mathis V.United States And The Categorical Approach, Rebecca Sharpless Jan 2017

Finally, A True Elements Test: Mathis V.United States And The Categorical Approach, Rebecca Sharpless

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Intentional Discrimination In Establishment Clause Jurisprudence, Caroline Mala Corbin Jan 2015

Intentional Discrimination In Establishment Clause Jurisprudence, Caroline Mala Corbin

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In Town of Greece, New York v. Galloway, the Supreme Court upheld a legislative prayer practice with overwhelmingly Christian prayers in part because the Court concluded that the exclusion of all other religions was unintentional. This requirement-that a religiously disparate impact must be intentional before it amounts to an establishment violation-is new for Establishment Clause doctrine. An intent requirement, however, is not new for equal protection or free exercise claims. This Essay explores the increased symmetry between the Establishment Clause, the Equal Protection Clause, and the Free Exercise Clause. It argues that many of the critiques of the intentional discrimination ...


Protecting Elites: An Alternative Take On How United States V. Jones Fits Into The Court's Technology Jurisprudence, Tamara Rice Lave Jan 2013

Protecting Elites: An Alternative Take On How United States V. Jones Fits Into The Court's Technology Jurisprudence, Tamara Rice Lave

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This Article argues that the Supreme Court's technology jurisprudence can be best understood as protecting the privacy interest of elites. After providing an overview of the major technology cases from Olmstead to Kyllo, the Article focuses on the recent case of United States v Jones. The Article does not contend that the Court intended to protect elites, but instead posits that this motive likely operated at a more unconscious level because of the Justices' greater relative affluence and elevated social position.


All Fact Is Beautiful Theory: The Romantic Philip Selznick, Robert Eli Rosen Jan 2012

All Fact Is Beautiful Theory: The Romantic Philip Selznick, Robert Eli Rosen

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Properly understood, Philip Selznick is a chastened romantic of the Left and is mischaracterized as a man of the Right. To Marx, Selznick added insights derived form Freud and Dewey. He was committed to the moral primacy of facts and the conditions under which they realized values. Selznickā€™s organicism is discussed and critiqued.


Subordination And The Fortuity Of Our Circumstances, Sergio J. Campos Jan 2008

Subordination And The Fortuity Of Our Circumstances, Sergio J. Campos

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The antisubordination principle exists at the margins of equality law. This Article seeks to revive the antisubordination principle by taking a fresh look at its structure and underlying justification. First, the Article provides an account of the harm of subordination that focuses on one's position in society, rejecting the focus on groups popular in the existing antisubordination literature. Second, it argues for a theory of state obligation that goes beyond both the existing state action doctrine of the Equal Protection Clause and the failure to protect doctrine associated with Charles Black. The Article argues instead that the antisubordination principle ...


Peer Review And Publication: Lessons For Lawyers, Susan Haack Jan 2007

Peer Review And Publication: Lessons For Lawyers, Susan Haack

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Second Annual Culp Latcrit Lecture The Constitution Of Terror: Big Lies, Backlash Jurisprudence, And The Rule Of Law In The United States Today, Francisco Valdes Jan 2007

Second Annual Culp Latcrit Lecture The Constitution Of Terror: Big Lies, Backlash Jurisprudence, And The Rule Of Law In The United States Today, Francisco Valdes

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The Death Penalty's Future: Charting The Crosscurrents Of Declining Death Sentences And The Mcveigh Factor, Scott E. Sundby Jan 2006

The Death Penalty's Future: Charting The Crosscurrents Of Declining Death Sentences And The Mcveigh Factor, Scott E. Sundby

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On Legal Pragmatism: Where Does "The Path Of The Law" Lead Us?, Susan Haack Jan 2005

On Legal Pragmatism: Where Does "The Path Of The Law" Lead Us?, Susan Haack

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Epistemology Legalized: Or, Truth, Justice, And The American Way, Susan Haack Jan 2004

Epistemology Legalized: Or, Truth, Justice, And The American Way, Susan Haack

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To Do Is To Be, Zanita E. Fenton Jan 2003

To Do Is To Be, Zanita E. Fenton

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Habermas@Discourse.Net: Toward A Critical Theory Of Cyberspace, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2003

Habermas@Discourse.Net: Toward A Critical Theory Of Cyberspace, A. Michael Froomkin

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Interpretive Communities: The Missing Element In Statutory Interpretation, William S. Blatt Jan 2001

Interpretive Communities: The Missing Element In Statutory Interpretation, William S. Blatt

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Is Abandoning State Action Asking Too Much Of The Constitution, Scott E. Sundby Jan 1989

Is Abandoning State Action Asking Too Much Of The Constitution, Scott E. Sundby

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The History Of Statutory Interpretation: A Study In Form And Substance, William S. Blatt Jan 1985

The History Of Statutory Interpretation: A Study In Form And Substance, William S. Blatt

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The Persistence Of Classical Style, Patrick O. Gudridge Jan 1983

The Persistence Of Classical Style, Patrick O. Gudridge

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