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Michael Kagan Shrinking the Post-Plenary Power Problem Response to Matthew J. Lindsay, Disaggregating “Immigration Law” Professor Matthew J. Lindsay’s excellent article Disaggregating “Immigration Law” arrives at a pivotal moment in the evolution of American immigration law. My understanding of this moment … Continue reading

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Glenn Harlan Reynolds Permissible Negligence and Campaigns to Suppress Rights Response to Andrew Jay McClurg, The Second Amendment Right to Be Negligent Professor Andrew McClurg has written interestingly about what he calls the “Second Amendment right to be negligent,” under which, … Continue reading

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Karen E. Woody Voluntary Disclosure Fostering Overenforcement and Overcriminalization of the FCPA Response to Peter R. Reilly, Incentivizing Corporate America to Eradicate Transnational Bribery Worldwide: Federal Transparency and Voluntary Disclosure Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Professor Peter Reilly’s article challenges the … Continue reading

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David Hemenway Gun Exceptionalism Response to Andrew Jay McClurg, The Second Amendment Right to Be Negligent Gun violence is a major American public health problem. In the most recent decade for which there are good data (2005-2014), on an average day … Continue reading

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Kevin R. Johnson Immigration “Disaggregation” and the Mainstreaming of Immigration Law Response to Matthew J. Lindsay, Disaggregating “Immigration Law” Professor Matthew Lindsay, in his latest article on immigration law, adds meaningfully to the existing body of scholarship. He analyzes a fundamental question … Continue reading

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Mary F. Radford Response to Professor Spitko’s The Will As An Implied Unilateral Arbitration Contract And An Alternative Approach Response to E. Gary Spitko, The Will As An Implied Unilateral Arbitration Contract I read Professor Gary Spitko’s article entitled The Will As an … Continue reading

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