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scholarship -- articles and essays
Brad Snyder, University of Wisconsin Law School, and John Q. Barrett, St. John's University School of Law, have posted Rehnquist's Missing Letter: A Former Law Clerk's 1955 Thoughts on Justice Jackson and Brown, which will appear in the Boston College Law Review 53 (2012). Here is the...
image creditNew from Wendy Bach (University of Tennessee College of Law): "Mobilization and Poverty Law: Searching for Participatory Democracy Amongst the Ashes of the War on Poverty." Here's the abstract:In 1964, at the height of the Civil Rights Movement, the federal government launched Community...
Caleb Nelson, University of Virginia School of Law, has posted A Critical Guide to Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins, which appears in William & Mary Law Review 54 (2012). Here is the abstract:Library of CongressThis paper--part of William & Mary's recent symposium on "Law Without a Lawmaker"--...
Challenging the Narrative of Conquest: The Story of Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association has just been posted on SSRN by Amy Bowers and Kristen A. Carpenter, University of Colorado Law School. It appears in INDIAN LAW STORIES, Carole Goldberg, Kevin K. Washburn, Philip P....
Via Al Brophy at the Faculty Lounge, we've learned of the UC Irvine Law Review's recent symposium issue on Theory and Method in Legal History. The collection of legal historians represented here is truly extraordinary. Here are the articles, cribbed directly from Al's post:Catherine L. Fisk and...