The Costs and Elusive Gains of Creating Complementarities Between Party and Popular Democracy: A Response to Ethan J. Leib & Christopher S. Elmendorf

29 Jul 2012 09:01pm Bertrall L. Ross II 

Remembrance and Renewal

15 May 2012 08:55pm Dave Frohnmayer 

Sterilization and Minors with Intersex Conditions in California Law

19 Apr 2012 12:00am Anne Tamar-Mattis 

Anne Tamar-Mattis, Executive Director of Advocates for Informed Choice and a Berkeley Law graduate, examines the legal rights of intersex children facing forced sterilization.

The Drug Dealer, the Narc, and the Very Tiny Constable: Reflections on United States v. Jones

15 Apr 2012 03:45pm Caren Myers Morrison 

Caren Myers Morrison of Georgia State University argues that United States v. Jones represents a missed opportunity to bring a measure of clarity to an uncharted area of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence.

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