Case Notes - University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online presents "Independent and Accountable Courts in Perilous Times: Perspectives from the Academy, the Bench, and the Bar," a series of articles, essays, and commentaries addressing the current state and direction of the judiciary. Contributors include scholars, judges, and practitioners whose extensive experience and diverse perspectives illuminate the relationship between judicial independence and accountability, as well as the forces which shape that relationship. Contributions to the series will be published throughout the summer and fall, starting with Professor Stephen B. Burbank's "Reconsidering Judicial Independence: Forty Years in the Trenches and in the Tower."

“I'll Take Form Over Substance for $800, Trebek”: Why Blueford Was Too Rigid and How States Can Properly Provide Double Jeopardy Protection

Warren M. Klinger
162 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 165 (2014)

If All Investment Banks Are Conflicted, Why Blame Barclays? An Examination of Investment Bank Fee Structures and Del Monte Foods

Bonnie White
162 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 93 (2013)

Retroactivity, Strickland, and Alien Criminal Defendants: How the Chaidez Decision Raised More Questions Than It Answered

Danielle R. Acker Susanj
162 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 55 (2013)

The Future of Recess Appointments After the Decision of the D.C. Circuit in Noel Canning v. NLRB

James M. Hobbs
162 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 1 (2013)