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Eda Katharine Tinto
Reentry Services for the Removed
Response to Amy F. Kimpel, Coordinating Community Reintegration Services for “Deportable Alien” Defendants: A Moral and Financial Imperative

Bruce A. Green and Rebecca Roiphe
Learning to Live with Judicial Partisanship: A Response to Cassandra Burke Robertson
Response to Cassandra Burke Robertson, Judicial Impartiality in a Partisan Era

Richard Delgado 
A U.S.–Mexican Law School for Deportees: A Response to Amy Kimpel
Response to Amy Kimpel, Coordinating Community Reintegration Services for “Deportable Alien” Defendants: A Moral and Financial Imperative

Andres Sawicki
A View of Copyright from the Digital Ground
Response to Cathay Y. N. Smith, Beware the Slender Man: Intellectual Property and Internet Folklore

Deborah J. Challener
Teaching and Learning Personal Jurisdiction After The Stealth Revolution
Response to Michael H. Hoffheimer, The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction

Melanie Kalmanson
Neither the Problem Nor the Solution Lies Solely with the Judiciary: Response to Robertson’s Judicial Impartiality in a Partisan Era
Response to Cassandra Burke Robertson, Judicial Impartiality in a Partisan Era

John Murdock
Monumental Disagreements: A Call to Move Away From “Sign Here” Scholarship
Response to Richard H. Seamon, Dismantling Monuments

Elizabeth Rosenblatt
Who Will Speak for the Slender Man?: Dialogism and Dilemmas in Character Copyright
Response to Cathay Y. N. Smith, Beware the Slender Man: Intellectual Property and Internet Folklore

Judy M. Cornett
The Not-So-Stealthy Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction
Response to Michael H. Hoffheimer, The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction

Hope Babcock
Coloring Outside The Lines: A Response to Professor Seamon’s Article Dismantling Monuments
Response to Richard H. Seamon, Dismantling Monuments

John C. Ruple
A Response to Dismantling Monuments
Response to Richard H. Seamon, Dismantling Monuments

Michael Vitiello
Reflections on Hoffheimer’s The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction
Response to Michael H. Hoffheimer, The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction

Patrick J. Borchers
The Muddy-Booted, Disingenuous Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction
Response to Michael H. Hoffheimer, The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction

Samuel Levine
Another Look at Lawyer Discretion to Assist Clients in Unlawful Conduct
Response to Paul R. Tremblay, At Your Service: Lawyer Discretion to Assist Clients in Unlawful Conduct