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Stanford Law Review, Issue 62:1 (December 2009)

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 62:1 (December 2009)

ARTICLES

Promoting Civil Rights Through Proactive Policing Reform
Rachel A. Harmon
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The Democracy Canon Richard L. Hasen 69
Delaware’s Shrinking Half-Life
Mark J. Roe 125
Breaking the Law to Enforce It: Undercover Police Participation in Crime Elizabeth E. Joh 155
Nonlethal Self-Defense, (Almost Entirely) Nonlethal Weapons, and the Rights to Keep and Bear Arms and Defend Life
Eugene Volokh 199


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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:6 (April 2009)

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:6 (April 2009)

SYMPOSIUM: MEDIA, JUSTICE, AND THE LAW

Introduction

ARTICLES

Investigating the ‘CSI Effect’ Effect: Media and Litigation Crisis in Criminal Law

Simon A. Cole & Rachel Dioso-Villa

Criminal Madness: Cultural Iconography and Insanity

Russell D. Covey

Virtue and Vice: Who Will Report on the Failings of the Criminal Justice System?

William R. Montross & Patrick Mulvaney

Racing the Closet

Russell K. Robinson

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Ex Parte Blogging: The Legal Ethics of Supreme Court Advocacy in the Internet Era

Rachel C. Lee

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:5 (March 2009)

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:5 (March 2009)

ARTICLES

Jurisdiction’s Noble Lie

Frederic M. Bloom

The Injustice of Appearance

Deborah L. Rhode

Private Immigration Screening in the Workplace

Stephen Lee

The Law, Culture, and Economics of Fashion

C. Scott Hemphill & Jeannie Suk

RESPONSE

The Piracy Paradox Revisited

Kal Raustiala & Christopher Sprigman

REPLY

Remix and Cultural Production

C. Scott Hemphill & Jeannie Suk

NOTES

Pleading Sovereign Immunity: The Doctrinal Underpinnings of Hans v. Louisiana and Ex Parte Young

Sina Kian

Who May Be Tried Under the Military Commissions Act of 2006?

Michael Montaño

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:3 (December 2008)

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:3 (December 2008)

ARTICLES

The Functions of Standing

Heather Elliott

The Myth of the Generalist Judge

Edward K. Cheng

Soft Law: Lessons from Congressional Practice

Jacob E. Gersen & Eric A. Posner

Legislative Threats

Guy Halfteck

NOTES

Punitive Damages, Remunerated Research, and the Legal Profession

Shireen A. Barday

The Right of Confrontation, Ongoing Emergencies, and the Violent-Perpetrator-at-Large Problem

Scott G. Stewart

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:2 (November 2008)

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ARTICLES

Rethinking Constitutional Welfare Rights

Goodwin Liu

Corporate Crime and Deterrence

Assaf Hamdani & Alon Klement

The Surprising Virtues of Treating Trade Secrets as IP Rights

Mark A. Lemley

Ask, Don’t Tell: Ethical Issues Surrounding Undocumented Workers’ Status in Employment Litigation

Christine N. Cimini

RESPONSE

Military Lawyering and Professional Independence in the War on Terror: A Response to David Luban

Major General Charles J. Dunlap, Jr. & Major Linell A. Letendre

COMMENT

FEC v. Wisconsin Right to . . . Petition?: A Comment on FEC v. Wisconsin Right to Life

Shireen A. Barday