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Submissions from 2019

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#MeToo Meets the Ministerial Exception: Sexual Harassment Claims by Clergy and the First Amendment's Religion Clauses, Ira C. Lupu and Robert W. Tuttle

Submissions from 2018

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Global Legal Pluralism as a Normative Project, Paul Schiff Berman

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Legal Jurisdiction and the Deterritorialization of Data, Paul Schiff Berman

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Human Rights Extraterritoriality: The Right to Privacy and National Security Surveillance, Francesca Bignami and Giorgio Resta

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Revisiting Revocation upon Divorce?, Naomi R. Cahn

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The Other Half Of The Abortion Right, Thomas Colby

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Contract Interpretation 2.0: Not Winner-Take-All But Best-Tool-For-The-Job, Lawrence A. Cunningham

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Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems: The Overlooked Importance of Administrative Accountability, Laura T. Dickinson

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Unbundling Populism, David Fontana

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The Firm Constitutional Foundation and Shaky Political Future of Environmental Cooperative Federalsim, Robert L. Glicksman

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Divided Infringement, Economics, and the Common Law, Dmitry Karshtedt

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The More Things Change: Improvement Patents, Drug Modifications, and the FDA, Dmitry Karshtedt

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Private Antitrust at the U.S. International Trade Commission, F. Scott Kieff

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Reforming the Law on Police Use of Deadly Force: De-Escalation, Pre-Seizure Conduct, and Imperfect Self-Defense, Cynthia Lee

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SAS Institute Inc. v. Iancu: The Statute is Hereby Clear, Andrew Michaels

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§5.29 Inadvertent Disclosure, Christopher B. Mueller

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§3.13 “Presumptions” in Criminal Cases, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§3.8 Hard Cases Where Counterproof Is Sufficient But Not Conclusive, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§4.10 Unfair Prejudice, Confusion, Delay, Collateral, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§4.15 Prior Wrongs to Prove Specific Points, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§4.23 Subsequent Remedial Measures Generally Excluded, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§4.25 Civil Settlement Offers Generally Excluded, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§4.32 Sexual History of Complainant Generally Excluded, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§4.35 Evidence of Similar Offenses in Sexual Assault and Child Molestation Cases, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.12 Communication, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.19 Client Identity; Fee Arrangements, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.22 Crime-Fraud Exception, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.28 Waiver by Voluntary Disclosure, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.31 Spousal Testimonial Privilege, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.32 Marital Confidences Privilege, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.35 Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§6.11 Juror Testimony and Affidavits Barred, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§6.31 Excluding Felonies for Unfair Prejudice, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§7.7 Reliability Standard (Daubert, Frye), Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§8.84 “Testimonial” Hearsay —Reach and Limits of the Crawford Doctrine, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§8.85 The Davis “Emergency Exception”, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§1.5 Offers of Proof, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Lisea Richter

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§1.7 Evidence Errors—Harmless, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Lisea Richter

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§3.14 Inferences in Criminal Cases, Christopher B. Mueller, Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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Anniversary Commemoration and Work of the International Law Commission’s Seventieth Session, Sean D. Murphy

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Immunity Ratione Materiae of State Officials from Foreign Criminal Jurisdiction: Where is the State Practice in Support of Exceptions?, Sean D. Murphy

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Obligations of States in Disputed Areas of the Continental Shelf, Sean D. Murphy

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The Utility and Limits of Canons of Construction in Public International Law, Sean D. Murphy

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From Town Square to Twittersphere: The Public Forum Doctrine Goes Digital, Dawn C. Nunziato

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The Fourth Year of Forgetting: The Troubling Expansion of the Right to Be Forgotten, Dawn C. Nunziato

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How Should the U.S. Public Law System React to President Trump?, Richard J. Pierce Jr

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Response to Professor Farber’s “Regulatory Review in Anti-Regulatory Times”, Richard J. Pierce Jr

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Should the Court Change the Scope of the Removal Power?, Richard J. Pierce Jr

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Supreme Court Brief Amicus Curiae of Administrative Law Scholars in Support of Neither Party, Richard J. Pierce Jr, Robert L. Glicksman, Emily Hammond, Alan B. Morrison, and Jonathan R. Siegel

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How Perris v. Hexamer Was Lost in the Shadow of Baker v. Selden, Zvi S. Rosen