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Continuing the Conversation on Faithless Electors

Robert W. Bennett
Responding to

Where’s the Beef? A Few Words About Paying for Performance in Bankruptcy

Jonathan C. Lipson

On the Scope of Managerial Discretion in Chapter 11

Robert K. Rasmussen

The Problematic Case for Incentive Compensation in Bankruptcy

Adam J. Levitin

The In-between Places Where Children Are Socialized

Anne C. Dailey
Responding to Laura A. Rosenbury
Between Home and School

A Policymaker’s Guide to Welfarism

Jacob Nussim
Responding to Matthew D. Adler & Chris William Sanchirico
Inequality and Uncertainty: Theory and Legal Applications

On the Supposed Expertise of Judges in Evaluating Evidence

Barbara A. Spellman
Responding to Frederick Schauer
On the Supposed Jury-Dependence of Evidence Law

Welfare-Based Ex Post Egalitarianism

Alon Harel
Responding to Matthew D. Adler & Chris William Sanchirico
Inequality and Uncertainty: Theory and Legal Applications

Complete Preemption and the Separation of Powers

Trevor W. Morrison
Responding to Gil Seinfeld
The Puzzle of Complete Preemption

Are Unions Doomed to Being a “Niche Movement” in a Competitive Economy?

Cynthia L. Estlund

Bifurcation and the Law of Evidence

Jennifer L. Mnookin
Responding to Frederick Schauer
On the Supposed Jury-Dependence of Evidence Law

Which Evidence Law? A Response to Schauer

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
Responding to Frederick Schauer
On the Supposed Jury-Dependence of Evidence Law

Social Movements Everywhere

Theodore Ruger
Responding to Jack M. Balkin & Reva B. Siegel
Principles, Practices, and Social Movements

Connectedness and its Discontents

Dan Markel

Principles in Practice: "Unstuck" or Sticky?

Frank Goodman
Responding to Jack M. Balkin & Reva B. Siegel
Principles, Practices, and Social Movements

Rehnquist to Roberts: The "Reagan Revolution" Fulfilled?

Lyle Denniston

A Feeling of Unease About Privacy Law

Ann Bartow
Responding to Daniel J. Solove
A Taxonomy of Privacy

Assessing Chief Justice William Rehnquist's Court

Mark Tushnet
Responding to Erwin Chemerinsky
Assessing Chief Justice William Rehnquist

What is Rehnquist Federalism?

Marci A. Hamilton
Responding to Erwin Chemerinsky
Assessing Chief Justice William Rehnquist