Category: Law Rev (Cornell)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 96 Issue 2 (January 2011)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 96 Issue 2 (January 2011)

Articles

Deciding When to Decide: How Appellate Procedure Distributes the Costs of Legal Change
Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl

Consent versus Closure
Howard M. Erichson & Benjamin C. Zipursky

Destructive Coordination
Charles K. Whitehead

Notes

Welfare Family Caps and the Zero-Grant Situation
Christopher Dinkel

Confrontation Clause Violations as Structural Defects
David H. Kwasniewski

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 96 Issue 1 (November 2010)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 96 Issue 1 (November 2010)

Articles

Valuing Intellectual Property: An Experiment
Christopher Buccafusco & Christopher Sprigman

The Repeat Appointment Factor: Exploring Decision Patterns of Elite Investment Arbitrators
Daphna Kapeliuk

Beyond Fair Use
Gideon Parchomovsky & Philip J. Weiser

Notes

Same-Sex Second-Parent Adoption and Intestacy Law: Applying the Sharon S. Model of “Simultaneous” Adoption to Parent-Child Provisions of the Uniform Probate Code
Jason C. Beekman

A Role for the Judiciary in Reforming Executive Compensation: The Implications of Securities and Exchange Commission v. Bank of America Corp.
Matthew Farrell

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Issue 6 (September 2010)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Issue 6 (September 2010)

Articles

Refining the Democracy Canon
Christopher S. Elmendorf

Embedded Aggregation in Civil Litigation
Richard A. Nagareda

Reply

The Benefits of the Democracy Canon and the Virtues of Simplicity: A Reply to Professor Elmendorf
Richard L. Hasen

Essay

Can Bad Science Be Good Evidence?  Neuroscience, Lie-Detection, and Beyond
Frederick Schauer

Notes

Patent at Your Own Risk: Linguistic Fences and Abbott Labs v. Sandoz
John Cordani

Autism, Insurance, and the Idea: Providing a Comprehensive Legal Framework
Colleen D. Holland

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 5 (July 2010)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 5 (July 2010)

Articles

Rethinking Trust Law Reform: How Prudent is Modern Prudent Investor Doctrine?
Stewart E. Sterk

The Inviolate Home: Housing Exceptionalism in the Fourth Amendment
Stephanie M. Stern

Essay

Law in the Shadow of Bargaining: The Feedback Effect of Civil Settlements
Ben Depoorter

Notes

The Fourth Wave of Education Finance Litigation: Pursuing a Federal Right to an Adequate Education
Lauren Nicole Gillespie

“Litigation is Not Ping-Pong,” Except When it is: Resolving the Westfall Act’s Circularity Problem
Julie Fukes Stewart

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 4 (May 2010)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 4 (May 2010)

Article

Constructing Commons in the Cultural Environment
Michael J. Madison, Brett M. Frischmann & Katherine J. Strandburg

Responses

Mapping Social Technologies in the Cultural Commons
Thráinn Eggertsson

Discipline and Nourish: Construction Commons
Wendy J. Gordon

Cooperative Institutions in Cultural Commons
Gregg P. Macey

Individual Creators in the Cultural Commons
Robert P. Merges

The Institutional Analysis and Development Framework and the Commons
Elinor Ostrom

Questioning Cultural Commons
Lawrence B. Solum

Reply

Reply: The Complexity of Commons
Michael J. Madison, Brett M. Frischmann & Katherine J. Strandburg

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 3 (March 2010)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 3 (March 2010)

Articles

Liberating Copyright: Thinking Beyond Free Speech
Jennifer E. Rothman

Off the Hook
Kevin Werbach

Notes

Invisible and Involuntary: Female Genital Mutilation as a Basis for Asylum
Zsaleh Harivandi

Fraud on the Global Market: U.S. Courts Don’t Buy It; Subject-Matter Jurisdiction in F-Cubed Securities Class Actions
Julie B. Rubenstein

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 2 (January 2010)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 2 (January 2010)

Articles

Environmental Law as a Legal Field: An Inquiry in Legal Taxonomy
Todd S. Aagaard

Tracing Basis Through Virtual Spaces
Adam Chodorow

Death Ineligibility and Habeas Corpus
Lee Kovarsky

Notes

Preemption of Local Regulations Beyond Lozano v. City of Hazleton: Reconciling Local Enforcement and Federal Immigration Policy
Mark S. Grube

The Impact of West Tankers on Parties’ Choice of a Seat of Arbitration
Daniel Rainer

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 1 (November 2009)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 95 Number 1 (November 2009)

Articles

The Structural Case for Vertical Maximalism
Tara Leigh Grove

Varieties of New Legal Realism: Can a New World Order Prompt a New Legal Theory?
Victoria Nourse & Gregory Shaffer

Essay

Evolutionary Theory and the Origin of Property Rights
James E. Krier

Notes

Negative Equity and Purchase-Money Security Interests Under the Uniform Commercial Code and the BAPCPA
Geoffrey M. Collins

An Uncertain Precedent: United States v. Santos and the Possibility of a Legislative Remedy
Evan Ennis

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 94 Number 6 (September 2009)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 94 Number 6 (September 2009)

Articles

Taking a Stand on Taking the Stand: The Effect of a Prior Criminal Record on the Decision to Testify and on Trial Outcomes
Theodore Eisenberg & Valerie P. Hans

Identifying Intense Preferences
Daphna Lewinsohn-Zamir

Notes

Reducing the Unfair Effects of Nonmutual Issue Preclusion Through Damages Limits
Steven P. Nonkes

Inquiry Notice Gone Awry: A Doctrine Abused in DeBenedictis v. Merrill Lynch
Joseph Robertson

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 94 Number 5 (July 2009)

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Cornell Law Review, Volume 94 Number 5 (July 2009)

Articles

The Law, Economics and Psychology of Subprime Mortgage Contracts
Oren Bar-Gill

Super Wicked Problems and Climate Change: Restraining the Present to Liberate the Future
Richard J. Lazarus

Regulating Funny: Humor and the Law
Laura E. Little

Notes

Alternate Remedies & The False Claims Act: Protecting Qui Tam Relators in Light of Government Intervention and Criminal Prosecution Decisions
Thomas L. Harris

Defining the Contours of United States v. Hensley: Limiting the Use of Terry Stops for Completed Misdemeanors
Rachel S. Weiss