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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:2 (March 2010)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:2 (March 2010)

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Articles

Climate Change, Carbon Sequestration, and Property Rights

Alexandra B. Klass & Elizabeth J. Wilson

We Don’t Want to Hear It: Psychology, Literature and the Narrative Model of Judging

Kenworthey Bilz

Citations in the U.S. Supreme Court: An Empirical Study of Their Use and Significance

Frank B. Cross, James F. Spriggs II, Timothy R. Johnson & Paul J. Wahlbeck

The Prosser Notebook: Classroom as Biography and Intellectual History

Christopher J. Robinette

Notes

Lookism: Pushing the Frontier of Equality by Looking Beyond the Law

James Desir

The Demonstration Required to Compel the Administrator to Object Under Title V of the Clean Air Act

Stephanie B. Johnson

: o OMG They Searched My Txts: Unraveling the Search and Seizure of Text Messages

Katharine M. O’Connor

Reconciling the Irreconcilable: Calculating a Debtor’s Projected Monthly Income Under § 1325(b) in Light of the BAPCPA Amendments

Katherine L. Swise

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:1 (January 2010)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2010:1 (January 2010)

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Articles

Arbitration: The “New Litigation”

Thomas J. Stipanowich

Investment Indiscipline: A Behavioral Approach to Mutual Fund Jurisprudence

William A. Birdthistle

The NCAA, Tax Exemption, and College Athletics

John D. Colombo

Preliminary Judgments

Geoffrey P. Miller

Not a Moral Issue: Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty

Shannon Gilreath

Notes

Growth, Interrupted: Nontherapeutic Growth Attenuation, Parental Medical Decision Making, and the Profoundly Developmentally Disabled Child’s Right to Bodily Integrity

Mary Koll

A Constitutional Door Ajar: Applying the Ex parte Young Doctrine to Declaratory Judgment Actions Seeking State Patent Invalidity

James L. Lovsin

Don’t Just Check “Yes” or “No”: The Need for Broader Consideration of Outside Investment in the Law

Heather A. Miller

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:5 (October 2009)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:5 (October 2009)

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Articles

The Empty Idea of Authority

Laurence Claus

Collateralized Explosive Devices: Why Securities Regulation Failed to Prevent the CDO Meltdown, and How to Fix It

Richard E. Mendales

The Rise and Fall of Invasive ISP Surveillance

Paul Ohm

The Rest Is Silence: Chevron Deference, Agency Jurisdiction, and Statutory Silence

Nathan Alexander Sales and Jonathan H. Adler

The Courage of Innocence: Children as Heros in the Struggle for Justice

Barbara Bennett Woodhouse

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Patents on Tax Strategies: Just Another Harmless Subject

Christopher C. Anderson

MySpace, YourSpace, OurSpace: Student Cyberspeech, Bullying, and Their Impact on School Discipline

Emily K. Kerkhof

Live and Let Drive: The Struggle for Unauthorized Drivers of Rental Cars in Attaining Standing to Challenge Fourth Amendment Searches

Lisa J. Zigterman

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:4 (August 2009)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:4 (August 2009)

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Articles

The Trouble with Twombly: A Proposed Pleading Standard for Employment Discrimination Cases

Joseph A. Seiner

Invisible Businessman: Undermining Black Enterprise with Land Use Rules

Stephen Clowney

Disclosure, Endorsement, and Identity in Social Marketing

William McGeveran

Virtue’s Domain

Ekow N. Yankah

Notes

Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About: An Empirical Evaluation of Predeliberation Discussions

Jessica L. Bregant

Mind the Gap: A Legal and Economic Analysis of Stockbroker Overtime Eligibility Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

Craig A. Cunningham

Myth of Auditor Independence

Denis A. Klimentchenko

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:3 (May 2009)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:3 (May 2009)

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Articles

The Continuity of Justification Defenses

Kyron Huigens

Tax Shelters and Statutory Interpretation: A Much Needed Purposive Approach

Shannon Weeks McCormack

Trademark use and the Problem of Source

Mark P. McKenna

“Streamlining” The Rule of Law: How the Department of Justice is Undermining Judicial Review of Agency Action

Shruti Rana

Book Review Essays

An Administrative Approach to the Resolution of Mass Torts

Douglas G. Smith

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Unmasking “Anon12345″: Applying an Appropriate Standard When Private Citizens Seek the Identity of Anonymous Internet Defamation Defendants

Erik P. Lewis

Is the Living Wage Dead in Detroit? The Role of Stare Decisis, Www Rule, and Policy Preferences in the Michigan Supreme Court

Michael W. Halpin

No Match? No Thanks: How the Department of Wwwland Security’s No-Match Rule Puts the Jobs of Legal Immigrants in Jeopardy

Katherine M. O’Brien

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:2 (March 2009)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:2 (March 2009)

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Articles

Contracts as Plans

Curtis Bridgeman

Testing the Substitution Hypothesis: Would Credit Card Regulations Force Low-Income Borrowers into Less Desirable Lending Alternatives

Angela Littwin

A Concise Guide to the Records of the State Ratifying Conventions as a Source of the Original Meaning of the US Constitution

Gregory E. Maggs

Should the Government Prosecute Monopolies?

Maurice E. Stucke

Notes

The Ethics of Heat: Fundamentals and Challenges in Allocating the Global Commons

Anthony Russomanno

Thirsting for Change: How the Growth of the Biofuels Industry Can Stimulate Advancements in Water Law

Jacqueline M. Wilkosz

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:1 (January 2009)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:1 (January 2009)

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Articles

The Mystery of Delaware Law’s Continuing Success

William J. Carney and George B. Shepherd

Manufacturing Mystery: A Response To Professors Carney and Shepherd’s “The Mystery of Delaware Law’s Continuing Success”

William B. Chandler III and Anthony A. Rickey

The Uncorporation and Corporate Indeterminacy

Larry E. Ribstein

Delaware’s Disclosure: Moving the Line of Federal-State Corporate Regulation

Robert B. Thompson

Bankruptcy Bondage

Margaret Howard

Unconscious Bias and the Limits of Director Independence

Anthony Page

Notes

Standing Out: A Commonsense Approach to Standing for False Advertising Suits under Lanham Act Section 43(A)

Gerald P. Meyer

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:5 (October 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:5 (October 2008)

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Articles

Unexplainable on Grounds of Race: Doubts about Yick Wo

Gabriel J. Chin

Revisiting Yick Wo v. Hopkins

David E. Bernstein

On Precedent and Progeny: A Response to Professor Gabriel J. Chin’s “Doubts about Yick Wo

Lenese C. Herbert

Yick Wo Re-Revisted: Nonblack Nonwhites and Fourteenth Amendment History

Thomas W. Joo

Unexplainable on Grounds of Race – a Reply to Comments

Gabriel J. Chin

Warming Up to User-Generated Content

Edward Lee

Innocentrism

Daniel S. Medwed

The Economic Bias in Tort Law

Ronen Perry

Living Together: The Roots of Respect

Martha Nussbaum

Notes

Surviving Rodriguez: The Viability of Federal Equal Protection Claims by Underfunded Charter Schools

Greg Rubio

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:4 (August 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:4 (August 2008)

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Articles

Decoding and Recoding Natural Monopoly, Deregulation, and Intellectual Property

Shubha Ghosh

Rebooting Originalism

Stephen M. Griffin

Bootleggers, Baptists & Televangelists: Regulating Tobacco by Litigation

Bruce Yandle, Joseph A. Rotondi, Andrew P. Morriss and Andrew Dorchak

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Walking and Talking Like a Kerp: Implications of BAPCPA Section 503(C) for Effective Leadership at Troubled Companies

Emily Watson Harring

The Future of the Corroboration Requirement in Patent Law: Why a Clear, Strict Standard Benefits All

Mike R. Turner

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:3 (May 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:3 (May 2008)

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Articles

Prediction Markets and the First Amendment

Miriam A. Cherry and Robert L. Rogers

Classified Information Leaks and Free Speech

Heidi Kitrosser

Victorian Tort Liability for Workplace Injuries

Michael Ashley Stein

The Accidental Promise: Remaking the Law of Misrepresented Intent

Aditi Bagchi

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Protecting Privacy in a Shared Castle: The Implications of Georgia v. Randolph for the Third-Party Consent Doctrine

Monique N. Bhargava

The Firearm Owners’ Protection Act and the Restoration of Felons’ Rights to Possess Firearms: Congressional Intent Versus Notice

Daniel Brenner

Supreme Court Upholds a Mandate of Death when the Jury is in Equipoise: Challenged Under the Apprendi Interpretation of the Sixth Amendment

Benjamin T. Kurtz

Breaking Asbestos Litigation’s Chokehold on the American Judiciary

Christopher J. O’Malley