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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2012:2 (March 2012)

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University of Illinois Law Review, Issue 2012:2

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Articles

Homogeneous Rules for Heterogeneous Families: The Standardization of Family Law When There is no Standard Family – Katharine K. Baker (PDF)

Legal Sources of Residential Lock-Ins: Why French Households Move Half as Often as U.S. Household – Robert C. Ellickson (PDF)

Sealand, HavenCo, and the Rule of Law – James Grimmelmann (PDF)

David C. Baum Memorial Lecture on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

Citizens United and Conservative Judicial Activism – Geoffrey R. Stone (PDF)

Notes

Bargaining for Salvation: How Alternative Auditor Liability Regimes Can Save the Capital Markets – Hassen T. Al-Shawaf (PDF)

Analysis Paralysis: Rethinking the Courts’ Role in Evaluating EIS Reasonable Alternatives – J. Matthew Haws (PDF)

The Real Social Network: How Jurors’ Use of Social Media and Smart Phones Affects a Defendant’s Sixth Amendment Rights – Marcy Zora (PDF)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2012:1 (January 2012)

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University of Illinois Law Review, Issue 2012:1

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Articles

A Positive Political Theory of Rules and Standards – Frank Cross, Tonja Jacobi & Emerson Tiller  (PDF)

The People Paradox – Nicole Stelle Garnett  (PDF)

Contract’s Constitutive Core: Solving Problems by Making Deals – James A. Henderson, Jr.  (PDF)

Fairness Versus Welfare in Health Insurance Content Regulation – Amy B. Monahan  (PDF)

David C. Baum Memorial Lecture

The Power of Persuasion Before and Within the Supreme Court: Reflections on NEPA’s Zero for Seventeen Record at the High Court – Richard J. Lazarus  (PDF)

Notes

Drawing a Line: The Need to Rethink Remedies Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act – Justin A. Walters  (PDF)

Abandoning Property Taxes Assessed on Fallow Nonprofit Property – Brittany L. Viola  (PDF)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:5 (October 2011)

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University of Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:5

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Symposium: Law and Economics Conference to Honor Thomas S. Ulen

Introduction – John Colombo  (PDF)

Law and Economics in Japan – J. Mark Ramseyer  (PDF)

Maturing into Normal Science: The Effect of Empirical Legal Studies on Law and Economics – Robert Cooter  (PDF)

Formats for Law and Economics in Legal Scholarship: Views and Wishes from Europe – Carole M. Billiet  (PDF)

The Law and Economics of Legal Parochialism – Nuno Garoupa  (PDF)

Two Culture Problems in Law and Economics – Alan Schwartz  (PDF)

The Future of Law and Finance After the Financial Crisis: New Perspectives on Regulation and Corporate Governance for Banks – Dirk Heremans & Katrien Bosquet  (PDF)

The Legal Academy As Dinner Party: A (Short) Manifesto on the Necessity of Inter-Interdisciplinary Legal Scholarship – Paul J. Stancil  (PDF)

The Cross-Atlantic Law and Economics Divide: A Dissent – Ben Depoorter & Jef Demot  (PDF)

Present Bias and Criminal Law – Richard H. McAdams  (PDF)

Bail-Ins: Cyclical Effects of a Common Response to Financial Crises – Amitai Aviram  (PDF)

What Comes After Victory for Behavioral Law and Economics? – Russell Korobkin  (PDF)

The Psychological Foundations of Behavioral Law and Economics – Jeffrey J. Rachlinski  (PDF)

The Optimism Bias of the Behavioral Analysis of Crime Control – Doron Teichman  (PDF)

The Origins, Nature, and Promise of Empirical Legal Studies and a Response to Concerns – Theodore Eisenberg  (PDF)

An Empirical Analysis of Empirical Legal Scholarship Production, 1990–2009 – Michael Heise  (PDF)

Measuring Maximizing Judges: Empirical Legal Studies, Public Choice Theory, and Judicial Behavior – Joanna Shepherd  (PDF)

Very Like a Law Professor: An Essay in Honor of Tom Ulen – Ian Ayres  (PDF)

Empiricism and the Rising Incidence of Coauthorship in Law – Tom Ginsburg & Thomas J. Miles  (PDF)

Notes

Who’s Behind Door Number One?: Problems with Using Confidential Sources in Securities Litigation – David Artman  (PDF)

Whose Right Is It Anyway?:The Evisceration of an Infringer’s Seventh Amendment Right in Patent Litigation – Devon Curtis Beane  (PDF)

Keep it Quiet: How Facially Neutral Affirmative Action Passes Constitutional Scrutiny – Alan Wendler Hersh  (PDF)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:4 (August 2011)

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Articles

Disintermediating Avarice: A Legal Framework for Commercially Sustainable Microfinance – Steven L. Schwarcz  (PDF)

Measure Twice, Shoot Once: Higher Care for CIA-Targeted Killing – Afsheen John Radsan & Richard Murphy  (PDF)

State Constitutional Failure – Daniel B. Rodriguez  (PDF)

Rescuing the Strong Precautionary Principle from Its Critics – Noah M. Sachs  (PDF)

David C. Baum Memorial Lecture

Transparency in Three Dimensions – Frederick Schauer  (PDF)

Notes

Applying Apprendi to Jury Sentencing: Why State Felony Jury Sentencing Threatens the Right to a Jury Trial – Melissa Carrington  (PDF)

Adjudicating in the Kingdom of Ends: A Constructivist Response to the Hart/Dworkin Debate – Matthew D. Friedlander  (PDF)

Getting Abused and Neglected Children into Court: A Child’s Right of Access Under the Petition Clause of the First Amendment – Ryan M. Rappa  (PDF)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:3 (May 2011)

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University of Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:3 (March 2011)

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ARTICLES

Behavioral Antitrust: A New Approach to the Rule of Reason After Leegin – Avishalom Tor & William J. Rinner

The Case for a Limited Protection of Trademark Merchandising – Irene Calboli

Congress’s Right to Counsel in Intelligence Oversight – Kathleen Clark

12 Unnecessary Men: The Case for Eliminating Jury Trials in Drunk Driving Cases – Adam M. Gershowitz

DAVID C. BAUM MEMORIAL LECTURE

Baum Lecture 2010 – Lee C. Bollinger

NOTES

The Battleground over Dual Purpose Documents: Is Work Product Protection Appropriate Under Rule 26(B)(3)? – Gregory A. Marrs

How to Regulate Homeschooling: Why History Supports the Theory of Parental Choice – Courtenay E. Moran

Say What You Mean: The Discoverability of Medical Device Adverse Event Reports – Trevor K. Scheetz

The Absence of Justice: Private Military Contractors, Sexual Assault, and the U.S. Government’s Policy of Indifference – Angela Snell

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:2 (March 2011)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:2 (March 2011)

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Symposium: The Renewable Energy Legislation Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together

The Renewable Energy Policy Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together: Symposium Introduction

Jay P. Kesan

Farming an Uncertain Climate Future: What COP 15 Means for Agriculture

Neil D. Hamilton

The Shaky Political Economy Foundation of a National Renewable Electricity Requirement

Jim Rossi

Indirect Land Use Change, Uncertainty, and Biofuels Policy

Daniel A. Farber

On the Inclusion of Indirect Land Use in Biofuel Regulations

David Zilberman, Gal Hochman & Deepak Rajagopal

Understanding U.S. Ethanol Consumption and Its Implications for Policy: A Study of the Impact of State-Level Incentives

Jay P. Kesan & Atsushi Ohyama

New York’s Roadmap for Reducing Greenhouse Gases in the Transportation Sector

James M. Van Nostrand & Anne Marie Hirschberger

Agriculture at a Crossroads: Energy Biomass Standards and a New Sustainability Paradigm?

Jody M. Endres

Land Use and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Effects of Biofuel Policies

Madhu Khanna, Xiaoguang Chen, Haixiao Huang & Hayri Önal

Do Biofuels Life Cycle Analyses Accurately Quantify the Climate Impacts of Biofuels-Related Land Use Change?

Kristina J. Anderson-Teixeira, Peter K. Snyder & Evan H. DeLucia

Geologic Carbon Sequestration: Balancing Efficiency Concerns and Public Interest in Property Rights Allocations

A. Bryan Endres

Innovation Cooperation: Energy Biosciences and Law

Elizabeth Burleson & Winslow Burleson

Notes

Stopping the Pendulum: Why Stare Decisis Should Constrain the Court from Further Modification of the Search Incident to Arrest Exception

David L. Berland

The Japanese Quasi-Jury and the American Jury: A Comparative Assessment of Juror Questioning and Sentencing Procedures and Cultural Elements in Lay Judicial Participation

Daniel Senger

The Video Gaming Act: Gambling with Illinois’ Future

E. Tanner Warnick

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:1 (January 2011)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2011:1 (January 2011)

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Articles

Why New States Accept Old Obligations

Tai-Heng Cheng

Daubert and Forensic Science: The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Control of Scientific Research

Paul C. Giannelli

Delaware for Small Fry: Jurisdictional Competition for Limited Liability Companies

Bruce H. Kobayashi & Larry E. Ribstein

Foundational Facts and Doctrinal Change

Suzanna Sherry

Essays

Of Pleading and Discovery: Reflections on Twombly and Iqbal with Special Reference to Antitrust

Richard A. Epstein

Oddball Iqbal and Twombly and Employment Discrimination

Suja A. Thomas

Notes

Designated Beneficiary Agreements: A Step in the Right Direction for Unmarried Couples

Nicole C. Berg

Not What the Doctors Ordered: Nonprofit Hospitals and the New Corporate Governance Requirements of the Form 990

Rummana Alam

The U.S. Real Estate Market on Life Support: Unplugging the RESPA-Rator

Charles S. Yordy III

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:5 (September 2010)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:5 (September 2010)

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Articles

Bankruptcy Reorganizations and the Troubling Legacy of Chrysler and GM

Ralph Brubaker & Charles Jordan Tabb

Her Last Words: Dying Declarations and Modern Confrontation Jurisprudence

Aviva Orenstein

Public Interest(s) and Fourth Amendment Enforcement

Alexander A. Reinert

The City as a Law and Economic Subject

David Schleicher

Notes

Best Let Sleeping Presumptions Lie: Interpretation of “Center of Main Interest” Under Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code and an Appeal for Additional Judicial Complacency

Benjamin J. Christenson

The Confrontation Clause and Pretrial Hearings: A Due Process Solution

Christine Holst

Returning to Reasonableness: The Argument Against Expanding Investigatory Searches and Seizures to Completed Misdemeanors

Daniel S. Lohse

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:4 (August 2010)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:4 (August 2010)

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Articles

Unguarded Indians: The Complete Failure of the Post-Oliphant Guardian and the Dual-Edged Nature of Parens Patriae

Gavin Clarkson & David DeKorte

Debt as Venture Capital

Darian M. Ibrahim

Philosophical Foundations of Law and Neuroscience

Michael S. Pardo & Dennis Patterson

David C. Baum Memorial Lecture

Is Carolene Products Obsolete?

David A. Strauss

Notes

CPR: How Jacobsen v. Katzer Resuscitated the
Open Source Movement

R. Michael Azzi

From Stalin to Bin Laden: Comparing Yesteryear’s Anti-Communist Statutes with the Public Employer Provision of the Ohio Patriot Act

Gustavo Otalvora

Animal Law Evolution: Treating Pets as Persons in Tort and Custody Disputes

Christopher D. Seps

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:3 (May 2010)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:3 (May 2010)

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Articles

Conditional Spending and Compulsory Maternity

Nicole Huberfeld

Nobody’s Fools: The Rational Audience as First Amendment Ideal

Lyrissa Barnett Lidsky

Shadows on the Cathedral: Solar Access Laws in a Different Light

Troy A. Rule

Standing, on Appeal

Amy J. Wildermuth & Lincoln L. Davies

Notes

‘Til Death Do You Part . . . and This Time We Mean It: Denial of Access to Divorce for Same-Sex Couples

Colleen McNichols Ramais

DSHEA’s Failure: Why a Proactive Approach to Dietary Supplement Regulation Is Needed to Effectively Protect Consumers

Richard E. Nowak

To Defer or Not to Defer: RESPA, HUD, and the Section 8(b) Circuit Split

Timoth A. Slating