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182009Newspapers and the Fourteenth Amendment: What Did the American Public Know About Section 1?George C. Thomas IIIMore detail
182009The New Originalism Meets the Fourteenth Amendment: Original Public Meaning and the Problem of IncorporationLawrence RosenthalMore detail
182009Incorporation and Originalist TheoryLawrence B. SolumMore detail
182009Beyond IncorporationKurt T. LashMore detail
182009The Fourteenth Amendment, the Bill of Rights, and the (First) Criminal Procedure RevolutionDonald A. DrippsMore detail
182009Commentary: Was the Bill of Rights Irrelevant to Nineteenth-Century State Criminal Procedure?Carolyn B. RamseyMore detail
182009How Much Does It Really Matter Whether Courts Work Within the "Clearly Marked" Provisions of the Bill of Rights or With the "Generalities" of the Fourteenth Amendment?Yale KamisarMore detail
172008ForewordMaimon SchwarzschildMore detail
172008The Ethics and Economics of American Legal Education TodayMaimon SchwarzschildMore detail
172008ShamePaul CamposMore detail
172008Comments on the Legal Education CartelLloyd CohenMore detail
172008Electronics and the Future of Law SchoolsEli M. NoamMore detail
172008Defining Our Responsibilities: Being an Academic FiduciaryRichard A. MatasarMore detail
172008The Market for DeansDaniel B. RodriguezMore detail
172008Should Law Schools Support Faculty Research?Edward RubinMore detail
172008Gresham's Law in Legal EducationSteven R. SmithMore detail
172008Law School Faculty as Free AgentsClayton P. GilletteMore detail
172008Affirmative Action in American Law SchoolsGail HeriotMore detail
172008The Private and Public Employment of African-American Lawyers, 1960-2000James LindgrenMore detail
172008Post-Tenure Review As If It MatteredJayne W. BarnardMore detail
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