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Boston University Law Review, Volume 92: Issue 1 (January 2012)

 

Boston University Law Review

Volume 92 Number 1 – January 2012

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Statistical Knowledge Deconstructed                                
Kenneth W. Simons
Page 1

The New Judicial Deference
Kim Lane Scheppele
Page 89

The Supreme Court and the Regulation of Risk in Criminal Law Enforcement
Jonathan Remy Nash
Page 171

ESSAY

The Geography of the Death Penalty and Its Ramifications
Robert J. Smith
Page 227

NOTES

Defining a New Punctilio of an Honor: The Best Interest Standard for Broker-Dealers    
Nicholas S. Di Lorenzo
Page 291

Showing Your School Spirit: Why University Color Schemes and Indicia Do Not Deserve Trademark Protection
Stephanie Frank
Page 329

Calling the Supreme Court: Prisoners’ Constitutional Right to Telephone Use
Peter R. Shults
Page 369

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Boston University Law Review, Volume 91: Issue 5 (October 2011)

 

Volume 91 Number 5 – October 2011

ARTICLES

Temporary Insanity: The Strange Life and Times of the Perfect Defense 
Russell D. Covey
Page 1597

Modernizing Divorce Jurisdiction: Same-Sex Couples and Minimum Contacts
Courtney G. Joslin
Page 1669

Federalism, Lochner, and the Individual Mandate
Peter J. Smith
Page 1723

NOTES

Extinguishing Dried-Up Public Trust Rights 
William J. Bussiere
Page 1749

The Incorporation of Democracy: Justice Kennedy’s Philosophy of Political Participation in Citizens United
Jarrod L. Schaeffer
Page 1783

 

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Boston University Law Review, Volume 91: Issue 2 (March 2011)

Volume 91 Number 2 – March 2011

ARTICLES

Making the Best of Felony Murder
Guyora Binder
Page 403

The Polling Place Priming (PPP) Effect: Is Voting in Churches (or Anywhere Else) Unconstitutional?
Jeremy A. Blumenthal & Terry L. Turnipseed
Page 561

Equality of Opportunity and the Charitable Tax Subsidies
Miranda Perry Fleischer
Page 601

DNA Theft: Recognizing the Crime of Nonconsensual Genetic Collection and Testing
Elizabeth E. Joh
Page 665

Delaware’s Non-Waivable Duties
Lyman Johnson
Page 701

ESSAY

Judge Thompson and the Appellate Court Confirmation Process
Carl Tobias
Page 727

NOTES

Legislating Around the Appointments Clause
Matthew Hunter
Page 753

Testing the Testimonial Doctrine: The Impact of Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts on State-Level Criminal Prosecutions and Procedure
Valerie J. Silverman
Page 789

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Boston University Law Review, Issue 91:1 (January 2011)

Volume 91 Number 1 – January 2011

ARTICLES

Melville M. Bigelow: Boston University’s Neglected Pioneer of Historical Legal Scholarship in America
David M. Rabban
Page 1

Beyond Individualism in Law and Economics
Robert Ahdieh
Page 43

Litigating Together: Social, Moral, and Legal Obligations
Elizabeth Chamblee Burch
Page 87

Congress’s Inability to Solve Standing Problems
Heather Elliott
Page 159

Structural Obstacles to Settlement of Land Use Disputes
Stewart E. Sterk
Page 227

BOOK REVIEW

Toward a Representational Theory of the Executive
Victoria F. Nourse & John P. Figura
Page 273

NOTES

Regulating Abortion Through Direct Democracy: The Liberty of All Versus the Moral Code of a Majority
Molly E. Carter
Page 305

Regulating Corruption: Analyzing Uncertainty in Current Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement
Lauren Giudice
Page 347

RESPONSES

Response to Robert Adhieh’s Beyond Individualism in Law and Economics
Richard R.W. Brooks
Page 379

The Whole is Greater than the Sum of the Parts: Analyzing Legal Problems in an Endogenous World
Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt
Page 385

A Comment on Ahdieh, Beyond Individualism in Law and Economics
Thomas S. Ulen
Page 393

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Boston University Law Review, Issue 90:6 (December 2010)

Volume 90 Number 6 – December 2010

ARTICLES

Does Ricci Herald a New Disparate Impact?
Joseph A. Seiner & Benjamin N. Gutman
Page 2181

Is Punishment Relevant After All? A Prescription for Informing Juries of the Consequences of Conviction
Jeffrey Bellin
Page 2223

The Trademark Fair Use Reform Act
William McGeveran
Page 2267

The Supreme Court’s Assault on Litigation: Why (and How) it Might Be Good for Health Law
Abigail R. Moncrieff
Page 2323

ESSAY

Shades of Gray: Applying the Benefit-the-Beneficiaries Rule to Trust Investment Directives
Jeffrey A. Cooper
Page 2383

NOTES

Federal Regulation of the “Smart Choices Program”: Subjecting Front-of-Package Nutrition Labeling Schemes to Concurrent Regulation by the FDA and the FTC
Chelsea M. Childs
Page 2403

Caught in the Crossfire: The Right of Federal Land Residents to a State Education
Daphne Putka
Page 2427

Freedom of Movement at a Standstill? Toward the Establishment of a Fundamental Right to Intrastate Travel
Kathryn E. Wilhelm
Page 2461

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Boston University Law Review, Issue 90:5 (October 2010)

Volume 90 Number 5 – October 2010

ARTICLES

International Extradition, the Rule of Non-Inquiry, and the Problem of Sovereignty
John T. Parry
Page 1973

Is “Pay-to-Play” Driving Public Pension Fund Activism In Securities Class Actions? An Empirical Study
David H. Webber
Page 2031

ESSAY

Baseball’s Moral Hazard: Law, Economics, and the Designated Hitter Rule
Dustin E. Buehler & Steve P. Calandrillo
Page 2083

NOTES

Two Nations, One Web: Comparative Legal Approaches to Pornographic Obscenity by the United States and the United Kingdom
William T. Goldberg
Page 2121

Elemental Copyright: The Complexity of Ideas and the Alchemy of Mind-Share
Todd Marabella
Page 2149

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Boston University Law Review, Issue 90:3 (June 2010)

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Boston University Law Review, Issue 90:3 (June 2010)

ARTICLES

Adverse Inferences About Adverse Inferences: Restructuring Juridicial Roles for Responding to Evidence Tampering by Parties to Litigation
Dale A. Nance, Page 1089

Resurrecting Autonomy: The Criminal Defendant’s Right to Control the Case
Erica J. Hashimoto, Page 1147

ESSAY

Regulating Reproductive Technologies: Timing, Uncertainty, and Donor Anonymity
Gaia Bernstein, Page 1189

NOTES

Applying Liability Rules to Metatag Cases and Other Instances of Trademark Infringement on the Internet: How to Get to “No Harm, No Foul”
Daniel Devoe, Page 1221

Men Come and Go, but Roe Abides: Why Roe v. Wade Will Not Be Overruled
Anthony Dutra, Page 1261

Interpretive Rules: Can the Amount of Deference Accorded Them Offer Insight into the Procedural Inquiry?
Thomas J. Fraser, Page 1303

Should Owners Have to Share? An Examination of Forced Sharing in the Name of Fairness in Recent Multiple Fraud Victim Cases
Claire Seaton Rosa, Page 1331

Adverse Inferences About Adverse Inferences: Restructuring Juridicial Roles for Responding to Evidence Tampering by Parties to Litigation
Dale A. Nance
Page 1089

Resurrecting Autonomy: The Criminal Defendant’s Right to Control the Case
Erica J. Hashimoto
Page 1147

ESSAY

Regulating Reproductive Technologies: Timing, Uncertainty, and Donor Anonymity
Gaia Bernstein
Page 1189

NOTES

Applying Liability Rules to Metatag Cases and Other Instances of Trademark Infringement on the Internet: How to Get to “No Harm, No Foul”
Daniel Devoe
Page 1221

Men Come and Go, but Roe Abides: Why Roe v. Wade Will Not Be Overruled
Anthony Dutra
Page 1261

Interpretive Rules: Can the Amount of Deference Accorded Them Offer Insight into the Procedural Inquiry?
Thomas J. Fraser
Page 1303

Should Owners Have to Share? An Examination of Forced Sharing in the Name of Fairness in Recent Multiple Fraud Victim Cases
Claire Seaton Rosa
Page 1331

Adverse Inferences About Adverse Inferences: Restructuring Juridicial Roles for Responding to Evidence Tampering by Parties to Litigation
Dale A. Nance
Page 1089

Resurrecting Autonomy: The Criminal Defendant’s Right to Control the Case
Erica J. Hashimoto
Page 1147

ESSAY

Regulating Reproductive Technologies: Timing, Uncertainty, and Donor Anonymity
Gaia Bernstein
Page 1189

NOTES

Applying Liability Rules to Metatag Cases and Other Instances of Trademark Infringement on the Internet: How to Get to “No Harm, No Foul”
Daniel Devoe
Page 1221

Men Come and Go, but Roe Abides: Why Roe v. Wade Will Not Be Overruled
Anthony Dutra
Page 1261

Interpretive Rules: Can the Amount of Deference Accorded Them Offer Insight into the Procedural Inquiry?
Thomas J. Fraser
Page 1303

Should Owners Have to Share? An Examination of Forced Sharing in the Name of Fairness in Recent Multiple Fraud Victim Cases
Claire Seaton Rosa
Page 1331

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Boston University Law Review, Issue 90:2 (April 2010)

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Boston University Law Review, Issue 90:2 (April 2010)

SYMPOSIUM

Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin’s Forthcoming Book

Editors’ Foreword

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Justice for Hedgehogs
Ronald Dworkin, Page 469

PANEL I: TRUTH AND METAETHICS

The Possibility of Metaethics
Russ Shafer-Landau, Page 479

Moral Skepticism for Foxes
Daniel Star, Page 497

Dworkin on External Skepticism
Michael Smith, Page 509

A Historian’s Comment on the Metaethics Panel at Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin’s Forthcoming Book
Aaron Garrett, Page 521

PANEL II: INTERPRETATION

Two Takes on Truth in Normative Discourse
Benjamin C. Zipursky, Page 525

Is Moral Reasoning Conceptual Interpretation?
Richard H. Fallon, Jr., Page 535

The Unity of Interpretation
Lawrence B. Solum, Page 551

Material Rights, Underenforcement, and the Adjudication Thesis
Lawrence Sager, Page 579

Moral Limits of Dworkin’s Theory of Law and Legal Interpretation
David Lyons, Page 595

PANEL III: ETHICS AND FREE WILL

Varieties of Responsibility
T.M. Scanlon, Page 603

Responsibility and Free Will in Dworkin’s Justice for Hedgehogs
Robert Kane, Page 611

Mental Disorders and the “System of Judgmental Responsibility”
Anita L. Allen, Page 621

Dworkin’s Living Well and the Well-Being Revolution
Christine Jolls, Page 641

Dworkin on Ethics and Freewill: Comments and Questions
Amartya Sen, Page 657

PANEL IV: MORALITY: AID, HARM, AND OBLIGATION

Dignity and Global Duty
Kwame Anthony Appiah, Page 661

Liberal Responsibility: A Comment on Justice for Hedgehogs
John C.P. Goldberg, Page 677

What Ethical Responsibility Cannot Justify: A Discussion of Ronald Dworkin’s Justice for Hedgehogs
F.M. Kamm, Page 691

Dworkin’s Two Principles of Dignity: An Unsatisfactory Nonconsequentialist Account of Interpersonal Moral Duties
Kenneth W. Simons, Page 715

State Legitimacy and Political Obligation in Justice for Hedgehogs: The Radical Potential of Dworkinian Dignity
Susanne Sreedhar & Candice Delmas, Page 737

PANEL V: POLITICS AND JUSTICE I

In Hedgehog Solidarity
C. Edwin Baker, Page 759

Rights, Harms, and Duties: A Response to Justice for Hedgehogs
Robin West, Page 819

Taking Responsibilities as Well as Rights Seriously
James E. Fleming, Page 839

Dworkin’s “One-System” Conception of Law and Morality
Hugh Baxter, Page 857

Justice and Elegance for Hedgehogs – In Life, Law, and Literature
Linda C. McClain, Page 863

In Favor of Foxes: Pluralism as Fact and Aid to the Pursuit of Justice
Martha Minow & Joseph William Singer, Page 903

PANEL VI: POLITICS AND JUSTICE II

Equality of Resources, Market Luck, and the Justification of Adjusted Market Distributions
Samuel Freeman, Page 921

Foxy Freedom?
Frank I. Michelman, Page 949

Human Rights for Hedgehogs?: Global Value Pluralism, International Law, and Some Reservations of the Fox
Robert D. Sloane, Page 975

Procedure, Participation, Rights
Robert G. Bone, Page 1011

Against Majoritarianism: Democratic Values and Institutional Design
Stephen Macedo, Page 1029

A Majority in the Lifeboat
Jeremy Waldron, Page 1043

RESPONSE

Response
Ronald Dworkin, Page 1059

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Boston University Law Review, 88:4 (October 2008)

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Boston University Law Review, 88:4 (October 2008)

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Articles

Brian Galle, Federal Grants, State Decisions, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 875 (2008)

Michelle Adams, Stifling the Potential of Grutter v. Bollinger: Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 937 (2008)

Joanna M. Shepherd, Frederick Tung & Albert H. Yoon, What Else Matters for Corporate Governance?: The Case of Bank Monitoring, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 991 (2008)

Notes

Achal Oza, Amend the ECPA: Fourth Amendment Protection Erodes as E-Mails Get Dusty, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 1043 (2008)

Anne M. Macrander, Bloggers as Newsmen: Expanding the Testimonial Privilege, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 1075 (2008)

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Boston University Law Review, 88:3 (June 2008)

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Boston University Law Review, 88:3 (June 2008)

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Tribute

Tribute: To William E. Ryckman, Jr., 88 B.U. L. Rev. 577 (2008)

Articles

Helen Norton, The Measure of Government Speech: Identifying Expression’s Source, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 587 (2008)

Omer Kimhi, Reviving Cities: Legal Remedies to Municipal Financial Crises, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 633 (2008)

Book Review

Roberta R. Kwall, The Author as Steward “For Limited Times”, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 685 (2008)

Notes

Joshua M. Daniels, “Lost in Translation”: Anime, Moral Rights, and Market Failure, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 709 (2008)

Christiaan Highsmith, The Liberty-Speech Framework: Resolving the Tension Between Foreign Affairs Power and First Amendment Freedoms, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 745 (2008)

Benjamin B. Strawn, Do Judicial Ethics Canons Affect Perceptions of Judicial Impartiality?, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 781 (2008)

Replies & Response

To Scott Baker, Should We Pay Federal Circuit Judges More?, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 63 (2008)

Frank B. Cross, Perhaps We Should Pay Federal Circuit Judges More, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 815 (2008)

Christopher Zorn, William D. Henderson & Jason J. Czarnezki, Working Class Judges, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 829 (2008)

Stephen Marks, A Common on the Relationship Between Judicial Salary and Judicial Quality, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 843 (2008)

Scott Baker, Refining the Judicial Salary/Judicial Performance Debate: A Response to Professors Cross, Czarnezki, Henderson, Marks, and Zorn, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 855 (2008)