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Volume 60 March 2011 Number 6

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Volume 60 March 2011 Number 6

Article

Unbundling Risk

Lee Anne Fennell

Essay

Mohammed Jawad and the Military Commissions of Guantánamo

David J. R. Frakt

Notes

A Quest for Fair and Balanced: The Supreme Court, State Courts, and the Future of Same-Sex Marriage Review after Perry

Chase D. Anderson

Where Are My Children … and My Rights? Parental Rights Termination as a Consequence of Deportation

C. Elizabeth Hall

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Volume 60 February 2011 Number 5

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Volume 60     February 2011     Number 5

Articles

Executive Deference in U.S. Refugee Law: Internationalist Paths Through and Beyond Chevron

Bassina Farbenblum

Prescription for Fairness: A New Approach to Tort Liability of Brand-Name and Generic Drug Manufacturers

Allen Rostron

Notes

Relevance and Fairness: Protecting the Rights of Domestic-Violence Victims and Left-Behind Fathers under the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction

Noah L. Browne

“There Is Something Unique … about the Government Funding of the Arts for First Amendment Purposes”: An Institutional Approach to Granting Government Entities Free Speech Rights

Leslie Cooper Mahaffey

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Volume 60 January 2011 Number 4

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Volume 60     January 2011     Number 4

Articles

Blind Dates: When Should the Statute of Limitations Begin to Run on a Method-of-Execution Challenge?

Ty Alper

Rethinking Novelty in Patent Law

Sean B. Seymore

Notes

Fee Shifting in Investor-State Arbitration: Doctrine and Policy Justifying Application of the English Rule

David P. Riesenberg

Congressional Manipulation of the Sentencing Guideline for Child Pornography Possession: An Argument For or Against Deference?

John Gabriel Woodlee

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Volume 60 December 2010 Number 3

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Volume 60   November 2010   Number 3

Special Symposium Issue
2010 Civil Litigation Review Conference

Introduction

Progress in the Spirit of Rule 1

John G. Koeltl

Articles

Discovering a Better Way: The Need for Effective Civil Litigation Reform

John H. Beisner

Politics and Civil Procedure Rulemaking: Reflections on Experience

Paul D. Carrington

Judicial Case Management: Caught in the Crossfire

Steven S. Gensler

The Present Plight of the United States District Courts

Patrick E. Higginbotham

Defining the Problem of Cost in Federal Civil Litigation

Emery G. Lee III & Thomas E. Willging

Sanctions for E-Discovery Violations: By the Numbers

Dan H. Willoughby, Jr., Rose Hunter Jones, & Gregory R. Antine

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Volume 60 October 2010 Number 1

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Volume 60       October 2010       Number 1

Articles

From Conley to Twombly to Iqbal: A Double Play on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Arthur R. Miller

Notes

Correcting Mandatory Injustice: Judicial Recommendation of Executive Clemency

Joanna M. Huang

War of the Words: How Courts Can Use Dictionaries Consistent with Textualist Principles

Phillip A. Rubin

The Arab-Israeli Conflict and Civil Litigation against Terrorism

Adam N. Schupack

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Volume 59 May 2010 Number 8

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Volume 59       May 2010       Number 8

Articles

Judicial Specialization and the Adjudication of Immigration Cases

Lawrence Baum

A Diversion of Attention? Immigration Courts and the Adjudication of Fourth and Fifth Amendment Rights

Jennifer M. Chacón

Restructuring Immigration Adjudication

Stephen H. Legomsky

The Rights of Others: Legal Claims and Immigration Outside the Law

Hiroshi Motomura

Constraint through Delegation: The Case of Executive Control over Immigration Policy

Cristina M. Rodríguez

Response

Practical Impediments to Structural Reform and the Promise of Third Branch Analytic Methods: A Reply to Professors Baum and Legomsky

Russell R. Wheeler

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Volume 59 April 2010 Number 7

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Volume 59      April 2010      Number 7

Article

The Last Bankrupt Hanged: Balancing Incentives in the Development of Bankruptcy Law

Emily Kadens

Administrative Law, Filter Failure, and Information Capture

Wendy E. Wagner

Tribute

Robinson O. Everett

Dean David F. Levi, Walter Thompson Cox III, Scott L. Silliman & James M. Markham

Notes

Protecting Shareholder Access to Director Elections: A Response to CA, Inc. v. AFSCME Urging the Adoption of a Blasius Standard of Review for the Exercise of a Fiduciary-Out Clause

Christopher Fawal

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Duke Law Journal, Volume 59, January 2010

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Volume 59      January 2010      Number 4

Articles

International Idealism Meets Domestic-Criminal-Procedure Realism

Stephanos Bibas & William W. Burke-White

Of Christmas Trees and Corpus Christi: Ceremonial Deism and Change in Meaning over Time

B. Jessie Hill

Essay

Struck by Stereotype: Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Pregnancy Discrimination as Sex Discrimination

Neil S. Siegel & Reva B. Siegel

Postscript

A Postscript to Struck by Stereotype

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Note

Narrowing the Bankruptcy Safe Harbor for Derivatives to Combat Systemic Risk

Bryan G. Faubus

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Duke Law Journal, Volume 59, December 2009

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Volume 59      December 2009      Number 3

Articles

Cybersieves

Derek E. Bambauer

The Limits of Advocacy

Amanda Frost

Notes

Constitutional Limits on Private Policing and the State’s Allocation of Force

M. Rhead Enion

The NCAA’s Lost Cause and the Legal Ease of Redefining Amateurism

Virginia A. Fitt

Not Peace, but a Sword: Navy v. Egan and the Case Against Judicial Abdication in Foreign Affairs

Jason Rathod

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