Volume 162, Issue 7 
June 2014

Speech: Opening Address

Sheldon Whitehouse

Keynote Address: "The Just, Speedy, and Inexpensive Determination of Every Action?"

Harold Hongju Koh

Litigation Reform: An Institutional Approach

Stephen B. Burbank & Sean Farhang

Attorneys' Fees in a Loser-Pays System

Theodore Eisenberg, Talia Fisher & Issi Rosen-Zvi

Rethinking Summary Judgment Empirics: The Life of the Parties

Jonah B. Gelbach

"Looking Backward" to 1938

Richard Marcus

From the Particular to the General: Three Federal Rules and the Jurisprudence of the Rehnquist and Roberts Courts

Edward A. Purcell, Jr.

The Burdens of Pleading

Alexander A. Reinert

The Privatization of Process: Requiem for and Celebration of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure at 75

Judith Resnik

The Fourth Era of American Civil Procedure

Stephen N. Subrin and Thomas O. Main

Discretion in Class Certification

Tobias Barrington Wolff

Volume 162, Issue 6 
May 2014

Standing Outside of Article III

Tara Leigh Grove

Litigating Article III Standing: A Proposed Solution to the Serious (But Unrecognized) Separation of Powers Problem

Martin H. Redish & Sopan Joshi

Structural Corporate Degradation Due to Too-Big-to-Fail Finance

Mark J. Roe


May Contain: Allergen Labeling Regulations

Sarah Besnoff

You Can't Sell Your Firm and Own It Too: Disallowing Dual-Class Stock Companies from Listing on the Securities Exchanges

Tian Wen

Volume 162, Issue 5 
April 2014

Ghost in the Network

Derek E. Bambauer

Cartels by Another Name: Should Licensed Occupations Face Antitrust Scrutiny?

Aaron Edlin & Rebecca Haw

The Function of Article V

Aziz Z. Huq


Letters of Intent in Corporate Negotiations: Using Hostage Exchanges and Legal Uncertainty to Promote Compliance

J. Andrew Holten

Towards a Unified Theory of "Reverse-Erie"

Omar K. Madhany

Volume 162, Issue 4 
March 2014

Collateral Compliance

Joshua D. Blank

Insider Trading via the Corporation

Jesse M. Fried

Bureaucracy at the Boundary

Anne Joseph O'Connell


Twenty Years of Shareholder Proposals After Cracker Barrel: An Effective Tool for Implementing LGBT Employment Protections

Neel Rane

The Applicability of State Appeal Bond Caps in Suits Brought in Federal Courts Pursuant to Diversity Jurisdiction

Jesse Wenger

Volume 162, Issue 3 
February 2014

Funding Terror

Shima Baradaran, Michael Findley, Daniel Nielson & Jason Sharman

Constitutional Colorblindness and the Family

Katie Eyer

Why Do Retail Investors Make Costly Mistakes? An Experiment on Mutual Fund Choice

Jill E. Fisch & Tess Wilkinson-Ryan


The Divided States of America: Reinterpreting Title VII's National Origin Provision to Account for Subnational Discrimination Within the United States

Jacqueline Grace Diaz

Putting Plea Bargaining on the Record

Joel Mallord

Volume 162, Issue 2 
January 2014

Selling State Borders

Joseph Blocher

The First Disestablishment: Limits on Church Power and Property Before the Civil War

Sarah Barringer Gordon

The Next Generation Communications Privacy Act

Orin S. Kerr


Read My Lipsky: Reliance on Consent Orders in Pleadings

Kevin Levenberg

Patent Nonuse and Technology Suppression: The Use of Compulsory Licensing to Promote Progress

Neil Tyler

Volume 162, Issue 1 
December 2013

Deciding by Default

Cass R. Sunstein

Factual Precedents

Allison Orr Larsen

Reuniting 'Is' and 'Ought' in Empirical Legal Scholarship

Joshua B. Fischman


To Benefit or Not to Benefit: Mutually Induced Consideration As a Test for the Legality of Unpaid Internships

Craig Durrant

Solar-Backed Securities: Opportunities, Risks, and the Specter of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis

Samantha Jacoby

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