Category: Law Rev (California)

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California Law Review, Volume 98 Number 3 (June 2010)

California Law Review, Volume 98 Number 3 (June 2010)

Symposium

Martha C. Nussbaum, A Right to Marry?

Michael Warner, Response to Martha Nussbaum

Martha C. Nussbaum, Reply

Articles

Comments

Sonia R. Farber, Forgotten at Guantánamo: The Boumediene Decision and Its Implications for Refugees at the Base Under the Obama Administration

Essays

Ian F. Haney López, Post-Racial Racism: Racial Stratification and Mass Incarceration in the Age of Obama

Book Reviews

Richard L. Hasen, Election Administration Reform and the New Institutionalism

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California Law Review, Volume 97, Issue 1 (February 2009)

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Articles

An Estoppel Doctrine for Patented Standards

Robert P. Merges, Jeffrey M. Kuhn

Should Greenhouse Gas Permits Be Allocated on a Per Capita Basis?

Eric A. Posner, Cass R. Sunstein

The Federal Courts as a Franchise: Rethinking the Justifications for Federal Question Jurisdiction

Gil Seinfeld

Comments

No Way Out: An Analysis of Exit Processes for Gang Injunctions

Lindsay Crawford

Enterprise Liability: Reviewing and Revitalizing Liability for Corporate Groups

Meredith Dearborn

Essays

Against Moral Rights

Amy M. Adler

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California Law Review, Volume 96, Issue 6 (December 2008)

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Articles

Keeping Imports Safe: A Proposal for Discriminatory Regulation of International Trade

Kenneth A. Bamberger, Andrew T. Guzman

Virginity Testing and South Africa’s HIV/AIDS Crisis: Beyond Rights Universalism and Cultural Relativism Toward Health Capabilities

Erika R. George

Mourning Miranda

Charles D. Weisselberg

Comments

Learning from the Recent Interpretation of INA Section 245(a): Factors to Consider When Interpreting Immigration Law

Mayte Santacruz Benavidez

An Analysis of Current Whistleblower Laws:Defending a More Flexible Approach to Reporting Requirements

Gerard Sinzdak

Essays

Critical Inquiry: A Tool for Protecting the Dissident Professor’s Academic Freedom

Jennifer Elrod

The Myth of International Delegation

Andrew T. Guzman, Jennifer Landsidle

 

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California Law Review, Volume 96:5 (October 2008)

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SYMPOSIUM: TAKING INITIATIVE ON INITIATIVES: EXAMINING PROPOSITION 209 AND BEYOND

Articles

The New Racial Preferences

Devon W. Carbado and Cheryl I. Harris

Race as a Diagnostic Tool: Latinas/os and Higher Education in California, Post-209

Jennifer M. Chacón

A Handicapped, Not “Sleeping,” Giant: The Devastating Impact of the Initiative Process on Latina/o and Immigrant Communities

Kevin R. Johnson

Cracking the Egg: Which Came First — Stigma or Affirmative Action?

Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Emily Houh, Mary Campbell

Comment

Imprisoning Right: The Failure of Negotiated Governance in the Prison Inmate Grievance Process

Van Swearingen

Remarks

The First Justice Harlan

Goodwin Liu

Equal Rites and Equal Rights

Melissa Murray

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Success: California Law Review Drops Foolish Rules

Several weeks ago, I blogged about rules promulgated by the California Law Review that appeared to discourage empirical submissions. Michael Heise, at the ELS blog, then added to the chorus.

For fun, I checked the website of the CLR today, and found that the offending rules (#4, no images or graphics; and #5, only five charts/graphs/tables allowed) were gone. Way to go, anonymous California Law Review student editors!

Next target: the Yale Law Journal’s incomprehensible policy on replication, which, as Katie Porter pointed out, seems to require authors to send YLJ a copy of STATA/SPSS with their submission. Query: has anyone actually complied with this rule? If so, did you pay for an extra program license?

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California Law Review, Volume 95, Issue 5 (October 2007)

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Symposium: Race, Economic Justice, and Community Lawyering in the New Century

ARTICLES

Introduction: Lawyers and Community Economic Development

William H. Simon

Faith in Community: Representing “Colored Town”

Anthony V. Alfieri

Public Interest Lawyers and Resistance Movements

Sameer M. Ashar

Law in the Labor Movement’s Challenge to Wal-Mart: A Case Study of the Inglewood Site Fight

Scott L. Cummings

Integrative Lawyering: Navigating the Political Economy of Urban Development

Shelia R. Foster and Brian Glick

From “The Art of War” to “Being Peace”: Mindfulness and Community Lawyering in the Neoliberal Age

Angela Harris, Margaretta Lin, and Jeff Selbin

Concluding Essay: The Lawyer is not the Protagonist: Community Campaigns, Law, and Social Change

Jennifer Gordon

COMMENT

Putative Partners: Protecting Couples from the Consequences of Technically Invalid Domestic Partnerships

Ben Johnson

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