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Cardozo Law Review, Vol. 35, Issue 5

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CARDOZO LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 35   JUNE 2014   NUMBER 5
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CONTENTS

Essays

The Conflict Between Stare Decisis and Overruling in Constitutional Adjudication 
Steven J. Burton  1687

Lift the Scarlet Letter from Abortion 
Louise Melling  1715

Articles

A Fiduciary Theory of Health Entitlements 
Margaux J. Hall  1729

Dirty Secrets: The First Amendment in Protective-Order Litigation
Dustin B. Benham  1781

From Wolves, Lambs (Part II): The Fourteenth Amendment Case for Gradual Abolition of the Death Penalty 
Kevin Barry  1829

Religion, Women, and the Holy Grail of Legal Pluralism
Shiva Falsafi  1881

A Theory of Local Common Law
Annie Decker  1939

Grid Governance: The Role of a National Network Coordinator
Ashira Pelman Ostrow  1993

Notes 

Unauthorized Practice of Law and Meaningful Access to the Courts: Is Law Too Important to Be Left to Lawyers?
Matthew Longobardi  2043

Disparate Treatment of Disparate Treatment: Harmonizing Title VII Pretext and 
Mixed-Motive Jury Instruction Causation Standards in Light of Staub v. Memorial Hospital
Eric Rosoff  2079

The Social Model’s Case for Inclusion: “Motivating Factor” and “But For” Standards of Proof Under 
the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Impact of the Social Model of Disability on Employees with Disabilities 
Lisa Schlesinger  2115

 

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Cardozo Law Review, Vol. 35, Issue 4

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CARDOZO LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 35  APRIL 2014  NUMBER 4
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CONTENTS

Articles

Testing the Boundaries of Family Privacy: The Special Case of Pediatric Sibling Transplants
Doriane Lambelet Coleman 1289

The Infringement Continuum
Bernard Chao 1359

Presumed Imminence: Judicial Risk Assessment in the Post-9/11 World
Avidan Y. Cover 1415

Remaking Mexico: Law Reform as Foreign Policy
Deborah M. Weissman 1471

Unequal Protection Under the Law: Why FDA Should Use Negotiated Rulemaking to Reform the Regulation of Generic Drugs
Marie Boyd 1525

Notes 

Reasonable Accommodation of Mixed Motives Claims Under the ADA: Consistent, Congruent, and Necessary 
Bryan Joggerst 1587

Protecting the Family Home by Reunderstanding United States v. Bajakajian
Yan Slavinskiy 1619

Limiting Unfettered Challenges to Patent Validity: Upholding No-Challenge Clauses in Pre-Litigation Patent Settlements
Between Preexisting Parties to a License 

Nicholas Roper 1649

 

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Cardozo Law Review, Vol. 35, Issue 3

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CARDOZO LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 35  FEBRUARY 2014  NUMBER 3
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CONTENTS

Articles

An Empirical Study of the Use of Legal Scholarship in Supreme Court Trademark Jurisprudence
Derek Simpson & Lee Petherbridge 931

Negotiating the Unknown: A Compulsory Licensing Solution to the Orphan Works Problem
Robert Kirk Walker 983

Symposium

In Search of Meaningful Systemic Justice for Adolescents in New York

In Search of Meaningful Systemic Justice for Adolescents in New York 
Jonathan Lippman 1021

Freedom’s Road: Youth, Parole, and the Promise of Miller v. Alabama and Graham v. Florida
Laura Cohen 1031

Contempt, Status, and the Criminalization of Non-Conforming Girls
Cynthia Godsoe 1091

Reimagining the Role of Defense Counsel for Adolescents in the Adult Criminal Court System: 
Bringing the Community and Policymakers into the Process to Achieve the Goals of Gideon
Nancy Ginsburg 1117

Bringing the Best of Both Worlds: Recommendations for Criminal Justice Reform for Older Adolescents
Lisa Schreibersdorf 1143

Youth in the Adult Criminal Justice System
Liz Ryan 1167

Notes

Bridging the Cellular Divide: A Search for Consensus Regarding Law Enforcement Access to Historical Cell Data
Zachary Ross 1185

An Uncertain Privilege: Reexamining Garner v. Wolfinbarger and Its Effect on Attorney-Client Privilege
Benjamin Cooper 1217

Everybody Wins! Elimination of the Absolute Priority Rule for Individuals Under BAPCPA: A Middle Ground
Liliya Gritsenko 1255

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