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Jonathan Remy Nash* The Supreme Court has offered scarce and inconsistent guidance on congressional standing—that is, when houses of Congress or members ...

Brian Angelo Lee* Takings law has long contained a puzzle. The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution requires the government to pay “just ...

Timothy J. Ford* On January 22, 2013, Tarik “Terry” Dehko sat down to pay the bills for his small Michigan grocery store when a federal agent entered ...

Ryan Rott* Campaign finance regulations limit speech. The laws preclude foreign nationals, including foreign corporations, from participating in U.S. ...

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Allison Anna Tait* Once, the notion that husbands and wives were equal partners in marriage seemed outlandish and unnatural. Today, the marriage narrative ...

Leah M. Litman* Johnson v. United States held that the “residual clause” of the Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA) is unconstitutionally vague.[1] Since ...

Michael A. Carrier* The case of O’Bannon v. NCAA[1] has received significant attention. On behalf of a class of student-athletes, former college ...

Christopher J. Walker* We now live in a regulatory world, where the bulk of federal lawmaking takes place at the bureaucratic level. Gone are the days when ...

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Michigan Law Review is now accepting Article submissions. Submissions may be made via Scholastica by clicking on the button below: Please click here for submission guidelines.

Michigan Law Review will begin accepting Article submissions via Scholastica on February 1, 2016. Please click here for submission guidelines.