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Douglas Kysar (YLS) and Bernadette Meyler (Cornell) have a new paper up at SSRN.  The paper is also published in the UCLA Law Review: Kysar, Douglas A. and Meyler,...
The Law Library of Congress hosted a talk by Australian barrister James Renwick discussing the UK and Australian legislative responses to terrorism since 9/11 and comparing...
The Law Library of Congress has created a page that pulls together material about the second amendment and the Court.
In a new paper posted at SSRN and post to Balikinization, Professor Heather Gerken argues that equality and, therefore, the equal protection argument, not liberty is the...
 is the title of a new paper by Alan Schwartz and Robert E. Scott (Columbia) posted on SSRN.  Here's the paper and here's the abstract: Market damages - the difference...
 Another fascinating paper from Professor Hathaway, "The Continuing Influence of the New Haven School."  Originally published in 32(2) Yale Journal of International Law in...
Professor Hathaway has posted a paper originally published in the journal International Organization in 1998 (v. 52, no. 3) on SSRN, entitled "Positive Feedback: The Impact...
Nice review in the Times Literary Supplement by John Habgood, the former Archbishop of York: A book which begins with the sentence ?Evil makes us Human? must surely compel...
Three recent law review articles by members of the faculty:  Ian Ayres and Gideon Parchomovsky,  Tradable Patent Rights, 60 Stan. L. Rev. 863 (2007) Daniel Markovits, Luck...
 The theme of this year's Law Day, "The Rule of Law: Foundation for Communities of Opportunity and Equity," recognizes the fundamental role that the rule of law plays in...

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