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Opportunistic Textualism, Lawrence M. Solan 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Opportunistic Textualism, Lawrence M. Solan

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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Is Textualism Doomed?, Ilya Somin 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Is Textualism Doomed?, Ilya Somin

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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“Retributive Damages” And The Death Of Private Ordering, Michael I. Krauss 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

“Retributive Damages” And The Death Of Private Ordering, Michael I. Krauss

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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Testing The Master Tools, Kimberly West-Faulcon 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Testing The Master Tools, Kimberly West-Faulcon

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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Punitive Damages And Private Ordering Fetishism, Dan Markel 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Punitive Damages And Private Ordering Fetishism, Dan Markel

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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Exploring Panel Effects, Pauline T. Kim 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Exploring Panel Effects, Pauline T. Kim

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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Should Bush Administration Lawyers Be Prosecuted For Authorizing Torture?, Claire Finkelstein, Michael Lewis 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Should Bush Administration Lawyers Be Prosecuted For Authorizing Torture?, Claire Finkelstein, Michael Lewis

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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Is The Filibuster Constitutional?, Josh Chafetz, Michael J. Gerhardt 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Is The Filibuster Constitutional?, Josh Chafetz, Michael J. Gerhardt

University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

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The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act: The Need For A Whistleblower Exception, Michael Hill 2010 Case Western Reserve University School of Law

The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act: The Need For A Whistleblower Exception, Michael Hill

Case Western Reserve Law Review

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Unconscious Influences On Judicial Decision-Making: The Illusion Of Objectivity, John F. Irwin, Daniel L. Real 2010 Creighton University School of Law

Unconscious Influences On Judicial Decision-Making: The Illusion Of Objectivity, John F. Irwin, Daniel L. Real

McGeorge Law Review

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Freedom From Religion: Rluipa, Religious Freedom, And Representative Democracy On Trial, Anthony Lazzaro Minervini 2010 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Freedom From Religion: Rluipa, Religious Freedom, And Representative Democracy On Trial, Anthony Lazzaro Minervini

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

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Can Retributivism Be Progressive?: A Reply To Professor Gray And Jonathan Huber, Chad Flanders 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Can Retributivism Be Progressive?: A Reply To Professor Gray And Jonathan Huber, Chad Flanders

Maryland Law Review

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Bloodsucking Copyrights , Ann Bartow 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Bloodsucking Copyrights , Ann Bartow

Maryland Law Review

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Retributivism For Progressives: A Response To Professor Flanders, David Gray, Jonathan Huber 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Retributivism For Progressives: A Response To Professor Flanders, David Gray, Jonathan Huber

Maryland Law Review

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Do Judges Cherry Pick Precedents To Justify Extra- Legal Decisions?: A Statistical Examination, Anthony Niblett 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Do Judges Cherry Pick Precedents To Justify Extra- Legal Decisions?: A Statistical Examination, Anthony Niblett

Maryland Law Review

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Limiting Death: Maryland’S New Death Penalty Law, Michael Millemann 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Limiting Death: Maryland’S New Death Penalty Law, Michael Millemann

Maryland Law Review

In this Article, I describe and analyze the State of Maryland's 2009 death penalty law. This law adds three new death-eligibility criteria to the pre-existing law. These new evidentiary criteria supplement the pre-existing substantive death-eligibility criteria. As a result, Maryland now has one of the most restrictive death penalties in the country.


Retribution And Reform, Chad Flanders 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Retribution And Reform, Chad Flanders

Maryland Law Review

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Copyright’S Twilight Zone: Digital Copyright Lessons From The Vampire Blogosphere, Jacqueline D. Lipton 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Copyright’S Twilight Zone: Digital Copyright Lessons From The Vampire Blogosphere, Jacqueline D. Lipton

Maryland Law Review

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Citizenship, In The Immigration Context, Matthew Lister 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Citizenship, In The Immigration Context, Matthew Lister

Maryland Law Review

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The National Conference Of State Legislatures’ Attempt To Reform The Initiative Process: What Nevada Needs To Do To Heed The Ncsl’S Advice, Miranda Mahe 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

The National Conference Of State Legislatures’ Attempt To Reform The Initiative Process: What Nevada Needs To Do To Heed The Ncsl’S Advice, Miranda Mahe

Nevada Law Journal

This article examines the initiative process. Currently, twenty-four states utilize the initiative process in one form or another as a popular way for their citizens to directly voice their opinion on what laws they want passed. Unfortunately, the process is somewhat prone to fraud. A petition’s proponents usually pay circulators for each signature they obtain, whether or not the Secretary of State ultimately validates it.

In Part II, this Note looks at the history of the initiative process, the initiative process in Nevada, in particular, and the National Conference of State Legislature’s recommendations. Part III analyzes which recommendations ...


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