Volume 59



Volume 59, Issue 1 (2009)

ARTICLES

Alejandro E. Camacho, Adapting Governance to Climate Change: Managing Uncertainty Through a Learning Infrastructure

J. Clifton Fleming, Jr., Robert J. Peroni, & Stephen E. Shay, Worse Than Exemption

David A. Hoffman & Salil K. Mehra, Wikitruth Through Wikiorder

COMMENTS

Alex J. Whitman, Pinpoint Redistricting and the Minimization of Partisan Gerrymandering

Erin N. East, I Object: The RLUIPA as a Model for Protecting the Conscience Rights of Religious Objectors to Same-Sex Relationships

 

Volume 59, Issue 2 (2009)

THE 2009 RANDOLPH W. THROWER SYMPOSIUM
Executive Power: New Directions for the New Presidency?

ARTICLES & ESSAYS

Paul D. Clement, Keynote Address: The Intra-Executive Separation of Powers

Fred C. Zacharias, Practice, Theory, and the War on Terror

Glen Staszewski, The Federal Inaction Commission

Gillian E. Metzger, The Interdependent Relationship Between Internal and External Separation of Powers

Sotirios A. Barber & James E. Fleming, Constitutional Theory and the Future of the Unitary Executive

Vikram David Amar, Lessons from California’s Recent Experience with Its Non-Unitary (Divided) Executive: Of Mayors, Governors, Controllers, and Attorneys General

COMMENTS

Daniel Levitas, Scaling Waller: How Courts Have Eroded the Sixth Amendment Public Trial Right

Devon E. Winkles, Weighing the Value of Information: Why the Federal Government Should Require Nutrition Labeling for Food Served in Restaurants

 

Volume 59, Issue 3 (2010)

ARTICLES

Tristin K. Green, Race and Sex in Organizing Work: “Diversity,” Discrimination, and Integration

Ethan J. Leib, Contracts and Friendships

COMMENTS

Jeff Kerr, Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker: The Perils of Judicial Punitive Damages Reform

Christine M. Belew, Killing One’s Abuser: Premeditation, Pathology, or Provocation?

 

Volume 59, Issue 4 (2010)

ARTICLES

Laura A. Rosenbury & Jennifer E. Rothman, Sex In and Out of Intimacy

Stephen Choi, Jill Fisch, Marcel Kahan, The Power of Proxy Advisors: Myth or Reality?

COMMENTS

Alec R. Johnson, Rethinking Bilateral Investment Treaties in Sub-Saharan Africa

Anna K. Diehn, There’s No Place Like “Home”: § 162(a)(2) and Why Married Taxpayers Just Can’t Get “Away”

Paul W. Puckett, Trading Water: Using Tradable Permits to Promote Conservation and Efficient Allocation of an Increasingly Scarce Resource

 

Volume 59, Issue 5 (2010)

ARTICLE

Michele Goodwin, A View from the Cradle: Tort Law and the Private Regulation of Assisted Reproduction

COLLOQUIUM CELEBRATING 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF FEMINISM AND LEGAL THEORY PROJECT

Nicole Phillis, Executive Articles Editor, Foreword

Clare Huntington, Familial Norms and Normality

Martha Albertson Fineman, States of Being: Response Piece, p. 1171

Clare Huntington, The Emotional State and Localized Norms: Reply Piece, p. 1183

Nancy E. Dowd, The “F” Factor: Fineman as Method and Substance

ESSAY

Martha Grace Duncan, Beauty in the Dark of Night: The Pleasures of Form in Criminal Law

Nancy Cook, A Few Words About Women in the Discourse of Criminal Law Upon Reading Martha Grace Duncan’s Essay, Beauty in the Dark of Night

COMMENTS

Benton C. Martin, Protecting Preachers from Prejudice: Methods for Improving Analysis of the Ministerial Exception to Title VII

Thomas A. Cooper, Jurisdictional, Procedural, and Economic Considerations for Non-Party Electronic Discovery

 

Volume 59, Issue 6 (2010)

ARTICLES

Michael Doran, The Closed Rule

Daniel B. Rodriguez, Mathew D. McCubbins, Barry R. Weingast, The Rule of Law Unplugged

Jeffrey K. Staton, A Comment on The Rule of Law Unplugged

COMMENTS

Laura E. Pisarello, Lawless By Design: Jurisdiction, Gender and Justice in Indian Country

Deepthy Kishore, Test at Your Own Risk: Your Genetic Report Card and the Direct-to-Consumer Duty to Secure Informed Consent