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2014

College of William & Mary Law School

United States Constitution

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Justifying A Prudential Solution To The Williamson County Ripeness Puzzle, Katherine Mims Crocker Oct 2014

Justifying A Prudential Solution To The Williamson County Ripeness Puzzle, Katherine Mims Crocker

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Hobby Lobby And Corporate Social Responsibility: A View From The Right, Alan J. Meese Jul 2014

Hobby Lobby And Corporate Social Responsibility: A View From The Right, Alan J. Meese

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Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And Rfra, Alan J. Meese May 2014

Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And Rfra, Alan J. Meese

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No abstract provided.


Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And The Theory Of The Firm: Why For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman May 2014

Hobby Lobby, Corporate Law, And The Theory Of The Firm: Why For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman

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No abstract provided.


Standing Outside Article Iii, Tara Leigh Grove May 2014

Standing Outside Article Iii, Tara Leigh Grove

Faculty Publications

The U.S. Supreme Court has insisted that standing doctrine is a “bedrock” requirement only of Article III. Accordingly, both jurists and scholars have assumed that the standing of the executive branch and the legislature, like that of other parties, depends solely on Article III. But I argue that these commentators have overlooked a basic constitutional principle: federal institutions must have affirmative authority for their actions, including the power to bring suit or appeal in federal court. Article III defines the federal “judicial Power” and does not purport to confer any authority on the executive branch or the legislature. Executive ...