Category: Law Rev (Wm & Mary)

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William & Mary Law Review, Issue 50:3 (Jan. 2009)

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Articles

Daralyn J. Durie & Mark A. Lemley, A Realistic Approach to the Obviousness of Inventions

Aaron Xavier Fellmeth, State Regulation of Sexuality in International Human Rights Law and Theory

Clayton P. Gillette, Can Public Debt Enhance Democracy?

Saikrishna Bangalore Prakash, Imperial and Imperiled: The Curious State of the Executive

Joseph A. Seiner, The Failure of Punitive Damages in Employment Discrimination Cases: A Call for Change

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Emily Jane Dodds, I’ll Make You a Deal: How Repeat Informants Are Corrupting the Criminal Justice System and What To Do About It

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William & Mary Law Review, Issue 50:2 (Nov. 2008)

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Articles

Steve P. Calandrillo & Ewa M. Davison, The Dangers of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act: Much Ado About Nothing?

Brannon P. Denning, Reconstructing the Dormant Commerce Clause Doctrine

Gregory C. Sisk, The Continuing Drift of Federal Sovereign Immunity Jurisprudence

Andrew J. Wistrich, Procrastination, Deadlines, and Statutes of Limitation

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Jennifer Gwynne Case, How Wide Should the Actual Innocence Gateway Be? An Attempt to Clarify the Miscarriage of Justice Exception for Federal Habeas Corpus Proceedings

Heather Leigh Stangle, Murderous Madonna: Femininity, Violence, and The Myth of Postpartum Mental Disorder in Cases of Maternal Infanticide and Filicide

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William & Mary Law Review, Issue 50:1 (Oct. 2008)

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Articles

Larry Alexander & Saikrishna B. Prakash, Tempest in an Empty Teapot: Why the Constitution Does Not Regulate Gerrymandering

Colleen V. Chien, Patently Protectionist? An Empirical Analysis of Patent Cases at the International Trade Commission

Michael S. Knoll, The Taxation of Private Equity Carried Interests: Estimating the Revenue Effects of Taxing Profit Interests as Ordinary Income

Nancy Morawetz, Rethinking Drug Inadmissibility

Giovanna Shay & Christopher Lasch, Initiating a New Constitutional Dialogue: The Increased Importance Under AEDPA of Seeking Certiorari from Judgments of State Courts

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David C. Holman, Death by a Thousand Cases: After Booker, Rita, and Gall, the Guidelines Still Violate the Sixth Amendment

Meghaan Cecilia McElroy, Possession is Nine Tenths of the Law: But Who Really Owns a Church’s Property in the Wake of a Religious Split Within a Hierarchical Church?

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William & Mary Law Review, Issue 49:6 (May 2008)

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Articles

Owen D. Jones & Sarah F. Brosnan, Law, Biology, and Property: A New Theory of the Endowment Effect

Stephen A. Saltzburg & Daniel J. Capra, The Unrecognized Right of Criminal Defendants to Admit Their Own Pretrial Statements

Jim Hawkins, Renting the Good Life

Timothy J. Holbrook, Extraterritoriality in U.S. Patent Law

Wren Cross Controversy

Gerard V. Bradley, Religion at a Public University

Erwin Chemerinsky, Why Church and State Should Be Separate

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Jocelyn Kempema, Imitation is the Sincerest Form of … Infringement?: Guitar Tabs, Fair Use and the Internet

Bin Wang, All Bark and No Bite: A Modern Evidentiary Argument for the Retirement of the Age-Old Pennsylvania Rule