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A Job for the Judges: The Judiciary and the Constitution in a Massive and Complex Society Journal Article
Adequacy of State Insurance Rate Regulation: The McCarran-Ferguson Act in Historical Perspective Journal Article
An Eye Single for Righteousness Journal Article
Controlling Great Lakes Pollution: A Study in United States-Canadian Environmental Cooperation Journal Article
Crime, the Public, and the Crime Commission: A Critical Review of the Challenge of Crime in a Free Society Journal Article
Explaining Tort Law: The Economic Theory of Landes and Posner Journal Article
In Search of a General Approach to Legal Analysis: A Comparative Institutional Alternative Journal Article
Book Review: On Describing Legal Research Journal Article
Police Policy Formulation: A Proposal for Improving Police Performance Journal Article
Reconstructing Atticus Finch? A Response to Professor Lubet Journal Article
Suspension of the Absolute Power of Alienation Journal Article
The Candian Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act: New Stresses on the Law of the Sea Journal Article
The Exchange of Stock For Capitalized Profits Journal Article
The Extension of Insurance Subrogation Journal Article
The Nonprofit Sector and the New State Activism/ Book Review of A Corporate Form of Freedom: The Emergence of the Nonprofit Sector Journal Article
The Pursuit of a Client's Interest Journal Article
The Regulation of Specialty Policies in Life Insurance Journal Article
The Study of Jurisprudence-- A Letter to a Hostile Student Journal Article
Protection of the Installment Buyer of Goods under the Uniform Commercial Code Journal Article
Understanding State Agency Independence Journal Article
Coin, Currency, and Constitution: Reconsidering the National Bank Precedent Journal Article
Healing the Blind Goddess: Race and Criminal Justice Journal Article
First Amendment Equal Protection: On Discretion, Inequality, and Participation Journal Article