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Nicolas Cornell* This Article examines the normative significance of paternalism. That an action, a law, or a policy is paternalistic generally counts ...

Saikrishna Bangalore Prakash* With the Habeas Clause standing as a curious exception, the Constitution seems mysteriously mute regarding federal authority ...

Cari Carson* The federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act promotes the education of students with disabilities together with their nondisabled ...

Claire V. Madill* Michigan courts are engaging in a costly interpretative mistake. Confused by the relationship between two distinct legal doctrines, ...

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Brian L. Owsley* Electronic surveillance in the digital age is essentially a cat-and-mouse game between governmental agencies that are developing new ...

Chimène I. Keitner* The legal aftermath of the Holocaust continues to unfold in U.S. courts. Most recently, the Seventh Circuit dismissed claims against ...

Daniel E. Herz-Roiphe* Over the past fifteen years, a brutal civil war has claimed more than five million lives in the Democratic Republic of Congo ...

Richard D. Friedman* Jeffrey L. Fisher** Given the pair of Fishers, we’ll use first names. And because we have more to say about George’s essay, ...

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