Remembrance of and Tribute to Walter F. Mondale, by Garry W. Jenkins here.
The Law School as a White Space, by Bennett Capers here.
Stealing (Identity) From the Poor, by Sara S. Greene here.
The APA and the Assault on Deference, by Ronald M. Levin here.
4°C, by J.B. Ruhl & Robin Kundis Craig here.
Judicial Populism, by Anya Bernstein & Glen Staszewski here.
Proving Discrimination by the Text, by Deborah A. Widiss here.
Note: Copycat Cosmetics: The Beauty Industry and the Bounds of the American Intellectual Property System, by Marra M. Clay here.
Note: Tax, Spend, and Prevent Discrimination: Why Title IX’s Passage Under the Spending Clause Holds the Answer to a Quarter-Century Long Circuit Split, by Miriam Pysno Solomon here.
Note: You Don’t Have a Home to Go to but You Can Stay Here: A Bill of Rights for Unhoused Minnesotans, by Daniel P. Suitor here.
Walter Mondale and His Crusade for Public Accountability, by Lawrence R. Jacobs here.
Transition Administration, by Michael Herz & Katherine Shaw here.
Secrecy’s End, by Oona A. Hathaway here.
Discriminatory Permissions and Structural Injustice, by Lawrence G. Sager & Nelson Tebbe here.
Boilerplate Collusion: Clause Aggregation, Antitrust Law & Contract Governance, by Orly Lobel here.
Tax Without Cash, by Jeremy Bearer-Friend here.
Barring Entry to the Legal Profession: How the Law Condones Willful Blindness to the Bar Exam’s Racially Disparate Impacts, by Eura Chang here.
CJEU Déjà Vu: Facilitating International Data Transfers and Avoiding Internet Balkanization in the Wake of Schrems II by Enacting Targeted Reforms to US Surveillance Practices, by Jordan Francis here.
Unconstitutional but Authorized: The Federal Tort Claims Act Should Not Immunize the United States When Federal Officers Violate the Constitution, by Daniel Raddenbach here.