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Boldly Marching Through Closed Doors: The Experiences Of The Earliest Female Attorneys In Their Own Words, Nicole P. Dyszlewski Jul 2020

Boldly Marching Through Closed Doors: The Experiences Of The Earliest Female Attorneys In Their Own Words, Nicole P. Dyszlewski

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So You Want To Talk About Race By Ijeoma Oluo, Nicole P. Dyszlewski Oct 2019

So You Want To Talk About Race By Ijeoma Oluo, Nicole P. Dyszlewski

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How The Constitution Become Christian, Jared Goldstein Jan 2017

How The Constitution Become Christian, Jared Goldstein

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A Legal And Policy Analysis Of Driver's Licenses For Undocumented Rhode Islanders, Deborah Gonzalez, Peter Margulies Jan 2017

A Legal And Policy Analysis Of Driver's Licenses For Undocumented Rhode Islanders, Deborah Gonzalez, Peter Margulies

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The New Road To Serfdom: The Curse Of Bigness And The Failure Of Antitrust, Carl Bogus Oct 2015

The New Road To Serfdom: The Curse Of Bigness And The Failure Of Antitrust, Carl Bogus

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This Article argues for a paradigm shift in modern antitrust policy. Rather than being concerned exclusively with consumer welfare, antitrust law should also be concerned with consolidated corporate power. Regulators and courts should consider the social and political, as well as the economic, consequences of corporate mergers. The vision that antitrust must be a key tool for limiting consolidated corporate power has a venerable legacy, extending back to the origins of antitrust law in early seventeenth century England, running throughout American history, and influencing the enactment of U.S. antitrust laws. However, the Chicago School's view that antitrust law ...


Juries, Judges, And The Politics Of Tort Reform, David Logan Apr 2015

Juries, Judges, And The Politics Of Tort Reform, David Logan

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Can Popular Constitutionalism Survive The Tea Party Movement?, Jared Goldstein Jan 2011

Can Popular Constitutionalism Survive The Tea Party Movement?, Jared Goldstein

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The Costs Of Abusing Probationary Sentences: Overincarceration And The Erosion Of Due Process, Andrew Horwitz Apr 2010

The Costs Of Abusing Probationary Sentences: Overincarceration And The Erosion Of Due Process, Andrew Horwitz

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Equitable Balancing In The Age Of Statutes, Jared Goldstein Jan 2010

Equitable Balancing In The Age Of Statutes, Jared Goldstein

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From Feudal Land Contracts To Financial Derivatives: The Treatment Of Status Through Specific Relief, John J. Chung Oct 2009

From Feudal Land Contracts To Financial Derivatives: The Treatment Of Status Through Specific Relief, John J. Chung

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Money As Simulacrum: The Legal Nature And Reality Of Money, John J. Chung Jan 2009

Money As Simulacrum: The Legal Nature And Reality Of Money, John J. Chung

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True Believers At Law: National Security Agendas, The Regulation Of Lawyers, And The Separation Of Powers, Peter Margulies Jan 2008

True Believers At Law: National Security Agendas, The Regulation Of Lawyers, And The Separation Of Powers, Peter Margulies

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Ideological agendas distort the deliberation required for sound legal advice about national security. Elite government lawyers after September 11 advanced a theory at the expense of context, labeling legal constraints as "lawfare" against American interests. The lawfare critics failed to recognize that legal constraints can empower decision makers by reinforcing reputational and other long-term values. They also failed their history test, ignoring the lessons of presidents from Jefferson to Kennedy who rejected a rigid adherence to ideology in the national security realm. By discounting context, the construction of the lawfare paradigm produced dire results, including the torture memos drafted by ...


Rescuing Burke, Carl Bogus Jul 2007

Rescuing Burke, Carl Bogus

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Roger Williams On Liberty Of Conscience, Edward J. Eberle Apr 2005

Roger Williams On Liberty Of Conscience, Edward J. Eberle

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Symposium: Religious Liberty In America And Beyond: Celebrating The Legacy Of Roger Williams On The 400th Anniversary Of His Birth: Introduction, Edward J. Eberle Apr 2005

Symposium: Religious Liberty In America And Beyond: Celebrating The Legacy Of Roger Williams On The 400th Anniversary Of His Birth: Introduction, Edward J. Eberle

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Fear-Mongering Torts And The Exaggerated Death Of Diving, Carl Bogus Oct 2004

Fear-Mongering Torts And The Exaggerated Death Of Diving, Carl Bogus

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Coercion, Pop-Psychology, And Judicial Moralizing: Some Proposals For Curbing Judicial Abuse Of Probation Conditions, Andrew Horwitz Jan 2000

Coercion, Pop-Psychology, And Judicial Moralizing: Some Proposals For Curbing Judicial Abuse Of Probation Conditions, Andrew Horwitz

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Progressive Lawyering And Lost Traditions, Peter Margulies Jan 1995

Progressive Lawyering And Lost Traditions, Peter Margulies

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