California Law Review: CURRENT ISSUE
April 2012, Vol. 100, No. 2

Fiat Flux: Evolving Purposes and Ideals of the Great American Public Law School

01 Apr 2012 12:01pm Christopher Edley, Jr.* 

John Yoo’s War Powers: The Law Review and the World

01 Apr 2012 11:57am Janet Cooper Alexander 

Sprawl’s Shepherd: The Rural County

01 Apr 2012 11:54am Michelle Wilde Anderson 

Feminist Legal Scholarship: A History Through the Lens of the California Law Review

01 Apr 2012 11:51am Katharine T. Bartlett 

Centennial Reflections on the California Law Review’s Scholarship on Race: The Structure of Civil Rights Thought

01 Apr 2012 11:45am Richard Delgado 

Contracting Around Liability Rules

01 Apr 2012 11:39am Mark A. Lemley 

Justice Breyer, Professor Kahn, and Antitrust Enforcement in Regulated Industries

01 Apr 2012 11:35am Howard A. Shelanski 

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