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Content From Volume 70

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The Dead Hand Revisited, Andrew Coan

Content From Volume 69

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Faithless or Faithful Electors? An Analogy to Disobedient but Conscientious Jurors, Jeffrey Abramson

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"Undue Hardship" and Uninsured Americans: How Access to Healthcare Should Impact Student-Loan Discharge in Bankruptcy, Alexander Gouzoules

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The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Forensic Accounting and Testimony--Congress Should Amend "The Daubert Rule" to Include a New Standard, Victor Nicholas A. Metallo

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Tam Through the Lens of Brunetti: THE SLANTS, FUCT, Ilhyung Lee

Content From Volume 68

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Why Appeals Courts Rarely Reverse Lower Courts: An Experimental Study to Explore Affirmation Bias, Barry C. Edwards

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History Repeats Itself: Some New Faces Behind Sex Trafficking Are More Familiar Than You Think, Mary Graw Leary

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The Supreme Court's Landmark Decision in New Prime Inc. v. Oliveira: A Panoptic View of America's Civil Justice System and Arbitration, Imre S. Szalai

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Hall v. Hall: A Lose-Lose Case for Appellate Jurisdiction, Bryan Lammon

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Title VII and the #MeToo Movement, Rebecca Hanner White

Content From Volume 67

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Why Don't Some White Supremacist Groups Pay Taxes?, Eric Franklin Amarante

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"Politics!"? Of Course! A Reflection on Washington v. Trump, Paul Babie

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Briefing the Supreme Court: Promoting Science or Myth?, Melissa Hamilton

Content From Volume 66

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Statutory Junk, David Schoenbrod

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The Uses and Abuses of Simplexity, Lawrence Zelenak

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Transforming the "Thurmond Rule" in 2016, Carl Tobias

Content From Volume 65

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A New Threat to the Viability of Campaign Contribution Limits, Brent Ferguson

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Dynamic Regulation to Curtail Excessive Corporate Risk-Taking'A Response to Professor Schwarcz, Wulf A. Kaal

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Response to Tuerkheimer: Rape On and Off Campus: The Vulnerable Subject of Rape Law: Rethinking Agency and Consent, Stu Marvel

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Truthiness and the Marble Palace, Chad M. Oldfather and Todd C. Peppers

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The Case in Favor of Civil Justice Reform, Victor E. Schwartz and Cary Silverman

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Fixing the Federal Judicial Selection Process, Carl Tobias

Content From Volume 64

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Conditionality as Opposed to Inseverability, Tom Campbell

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Thomas Piketty and Inequality: Legal Causes and Tax Solutions, Paul L. Caron

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The Rise and Rise of the One Percent: Considering Legal Causes of Wealth Inequality, Shi-Ling Hsu

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Data Nationalism and Its Discontents, Christopher Kuner

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Intentional Discrimination that Produces Economic Inequality: Taking Piketty and Hsu One Step Further, Michael J. Zimmer

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Be Careful What You Wish For: Goodyear, Daimler, and the Evisceration of General Jurisdiction, Thomas C. Arthur and Richard D. Freer

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"All Good Things Flow . . . ": Rule of Law, Public Goods, and the Divided American Metropolis, James J. Kelly Jr.

Content From Volume 63

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Nuance, Technology, and the Fourth Amendment: A Response to Predictive Policing and Reasonable Suspicion, Fabio Arcila Jr.

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Response to The Law of the Body by Meredith M. Render, E. Richard Gold

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Materializing Citizenship: Finance in a Producers' Republic, Robert Hockett

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Unhinging Same-Sex Marriage from the Constitutional Canon: The Search for a Principled Doctrinal Framework, Anthony Michael Kreis

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Remedies in a Wide-Angle Lens: Observations on Remedial Concilience, David Partlett

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Toward Proportional Deportation, Polly J. Price

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Patient Autonomy, Physician Obligation, and State Licensing Authority in The Constitutional Right Not to Kill: A Response to Professor Mark L. Rienzi, Jessica L. Roberts

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Precedent, Reliance, and the Judicial Function: A Response to Prof. Kozel, Timothy P. Terrell