Online Pieces

Labor Law Reform Symposium

Charlotte Garden, The Seattle Solution: Collective Bargaining by For-Hire Drivers & Prospects for Pro-Labor Federalism

Jose Garza, Outrunning the Devil: Considering the Implications of Relaxing the NLRA’s Preemption Regime for Working Texas Families

Kate Andrias, Social Bargaining in States and Cities: Toward a More Egalitarian and Democratic Workplace Law

Seema Patel and Catherine Fisk, California Co-Enforcement Initiatives that Facilitate Worker Organizing

Wilma Liebman, Does Federal Labor Law Preemption Doctrine Allow Experiments with Social Dialogue?

Volume Twelve

General Essay, Juvenile Murderers and “National Consensus” by Nicholas Scurich

Volume Eleven

General Essay, Assisting Personal Responsibility: Using Nudges to Reduce Sugar Consumption by Steven Gonzalez.

General Essay, Economic Development Incentives Must Be “Necessary”: A Framework for Evaluating the Constitutionality of Public Aid for Private Development Projects by C. Tyler Mulligan.

General Essay, Let’s Work to End Homelessness, not Disguise It by Nino Monea.

General Essay, There’s No Place Like Home: Reshaping Community Interventions and Policies to Eliminate Environmental Hazards and Improve Population Health for Low-Income and Minority Communities by Emily Benfer and Allyson Gold.

Obama Legacy Symposium

Don Verrilli, What We Stand For.

Jeff Zients, Building an Economy to Last.

Tim Massad, Bold, Steady Leadership in the Face of the Financial Crisis.

Laurence Tribe, The Trumpet Summons Us Again: A Post-Election Call to Action.

Jocelyn Frye, Reflections on the Legacy of President Barack Obama.

John Levi, President Obama’s Legal Aid Legacy.

Alex Whiting, Through Actions and Words, President Obama Has Promoted Criminal Justice Reform.

Laurence Tribe, The Steadiness and Grace of President Obama.

Volume Ten

General Essay, Miller v. Alabama as a Watershed Procedural Rule: The Case for Retroactivity by Beth Caldwell.

General Essay, Hurricane SCOTUS: The Hubris of Striking our Democracy’s Discrimination Checkpoint in Shelby County & the Resulting Thunderstorm Assault on Voting Rights by Ryan P. Haygood.

General Essay, The Fallibility of Finality by Michael Admirand and G. Ben Cohen (Appendix A).

Volume Nine

Case Comment, The Wrong Consensus and Aggregating Inconsistently: Town of Greece v. Galloway by Tom Watts.

Case Comment,  McCullen v. Coakley: How Should We Reconcile the First Amendment with Abortion Rights? by Ana Choi.

Case Comment,  “Least Restrictive Means”: Burwell v. Hobby Lobby by Noah Marks.

Note, From Windsor to Obergefell: The Struggle for Marriage Equality Continued by Tom Watts.

Note, Parallel Construction: Constructing the NSA Out of Prosecutorial Records by Amanda Claire Grayson.

Note, Stemming the Rising Risk of Credit Inequality: The Fair and Faithful Interpretation of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act’s Disparate Impact Prohibition by Francesca Lina Procaccini.

Volume Eight

Note, Trust Issues: Using Corporate Law to Demonstrate The De-Legitimizing Effect of Campaign Donations by Michael Pierce.

Note, Modern Approaches to Financial Crime by Andrew Chinsky.

Note, Electoral Reform After McCutcheon by Tom Watts.

Volume Five

General Essay, WikiLeaks, the First Amendment and the Press by Jonathan Peters

General Essay, Death by a Thousand Cuts: Miranda and the Supreme Court’s 2009-10 Term by Anthony J. Franze.

General Essay, A Toxic Reciprocity: Examining the E-Waste Stream from the United States to China by Christian Cutillo.

General Essay, Accessing Iqbal by Roger M. Michalski.

General Essay, FCC v. AT&T: The Idolatry of Corporations and Impersonal Privacy

Volume Four

Case Comment, Presenting a “Strong Basis in Evidence”: How Lawyers Should Use Statistics to Shape the Impact of Ricci v. Destefano on Title VII Litigation by Jason M. Szanyi and Katarina Guttmannova.

Case Comment, The Second Amendment in the States and the Limits of the Common Use Standard by Nicholas J. Johnson.

Case Comment, The Confrontation Clause and the Ongoing Fight to Limit Melendez-Diaz by Stephen Wills Murphy.

General Essay, Why Less is More: Law and Policy Considerations on the Iranian Nuclear Issue by Daniel H. Joyner.

General Essay, Dangerous Minds: Controlling the Publication of Biological Research by James G. Vanzant.

General Essay, The Case for Book Privacy Parity: Google Books an d the Shift from Offline to Online Reading by Cindy Cohn and Kathryn Hashimoto.

General Essay, Generation Debt and the American Dream: The Need for Student Loan Reform by Justin R. La Mort.

General Essay, The Limits of Advocacy: Lawyers for Terrorists/Lawyers for Torturers by Susan N. Herman.

Note, The Judge of the Public Forum: A New Paradigm for Approaching Political Commentary by Michael Serota.

Note, Causing the Sky to Fall: The Legal & Practical Implications of Melendez-Diaz by Ivana Deyrup.

Book Review, Rethinking the Faith: “A Failure of Capitalism” by Anthony Kammer.

Volume Three

Proposals for the New Administration

After Guantanamo: War, Crime, and Detention by Madeline Morris with Frances A. Eberhard and Michael A. Watsula.

Out of the Box: The Future of Retail Medical Clinics by William M. Sage.

Voter Registration and Institutional Reform: Lessons from a Historic Election by Daniel P. Tokaji.

Helping Homeowners: Modification of Mortgages in Bankruptcy by Adam J. Levitin.

Reorienting Progressive Perspectives for Twenty-First Century Punishment Realities by Douglas A. Berman.

Looking Behind the Locked Door: Prison Law Reform Proposals for the New Administration by Deborah M. Golden.

Volume Two

Symposium: Housing Policy in America

Using Local and State Legislation to Preserve and Expand the Ability of Fair Housing Organizations to Prosecute the Discrimination They Uncover by Craig Gurian.

Mixed-Income Housing as Pre-Commitment Strategy by Jeff Leslie.

End Residential Racial Segregation: Build Communities that Look Like America by Florence Wagman Roisman.

Symposium: Improving Health Care in America

The Path to Universal Health Coverage for Children in Illinois by John M. Bouman.

Affordable Health Insurance for All by Karen Davis & Christine Haran.

Health Care Reform ’07: Fixing Compromised Care with a Compromise Solution by Peter Harbage & Hilary Haycock.

Protecting Patient Privacy in the Information Age by David B. Kendall.

Volume One

Progressive Constitutionalism

The Inverted Constitution: Presidential Hegemony and the Eclipse of Privacy by Laurence H. Tribe.

What’s Wrong With Conservative Constitutionalism? Two Styles of Progressive Constitutional Critique and the Choice They Present by David J. Barron.

Democratic Constitutionalism: A Reply to Professor Barron by Robert Post and Reva Siegel.

A Rejoinder from Professor Barron by David J. Barron.

Restoring the Progressive Vision of the Constitution by Neil Kinkopf.

Generational Views

Shipping Jobs Overseas: How the Tax Code Subsidizes Foreign Investment and How to Fix It by James Kvaal.

From Steel Mills to Military Commissions: Congressional Responsibility Under Youngstown and Hamdan by Eric L. Haren.

A Challenge for Legal Liberalism by Ian Bassin.

Executive Branch Ethics: Lawyering for the President in the Age of Terrorism by David A. Simon.

Setting the Agenda

Constitutional Values Beyond the Courts by John Edwards.

Democratic Values and the American Constitution Society by Joseph William Singer.

Developmental Realism by Anatol Lieven and John Hulsman.

States Tackle Global Warming by Dale Bryk.

Our Undemocratic Constitution? Responses to the Levinson Thesis

The Democratic Deficit in America by Sanford Levinson.

The End of Faith by Frank I. Michelman.

The Politics of Levinson’s Constitutional Convention by Mark Tushnet.

Second-Best Democracy by Adrian Vermeule.

The Constitution’s Political Deficit by Robin West.

Volume 1 Number 1 Response Pieces

Why Policy Experts and Social Movements Need Each Other: A Response to Jacob Hacker by Beatrix Hoffman.

Risk and the Welfare State by Monica Prasad and Kathryn Ray.

Setting the Stage for a New Economic Security Opportunity Agenda by Maurice Emsellem.

Individualists Unite by Max B. Sawicky.

Symposium: Urban Public Education

Changing the Culture of Urban Public Education by Joel I. Klein.

Generational Change: Some Controversial Cause for Optimism in Educational Policy by Stefanie Sanford and Steven Seleznow.

Pushing the Struggle Farther by Charles J. Ogletree, Jr. and Susan Eaton.

A New Deal for Urban Public Schools by Andrew J. Rotherham and Sara Mead.

General Essays

The Debate Over Raising Chinese Labor Standards Goes International by Aaron Halegua.

Immigration: Youth Adapt to Change by Marcelo Suárez-Orozco & Carola Suárez-Orozco.

Local Bans on Trans Fats: A New (and Legal) Way Forward by Sarah Romero.

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