California Law Review: CURRENT ISSUE
June 2013, Vol. 101, No. 3

De Facto Immigration Courts

07 Jun 2013 11:26pm Stephen Lee 

A Fiduciary Theory of Judging

07 Jun 2013 11:23pm Ethan J. Leib, David L. Ponet & Michael Serota 

Innocence Interrupted: Reconstructing Fatherhood in the Shadow of Child Molestation Law

07 Jun 2013 11:19pm Camille Gear Rich 

Why Treaties Can Abrogate State Sovereign Immunity: Applying Central Virginia Community College v. Katz to the Treaty Power

07 Jun 2013 11:31pm Philip Tassin 

Bodies and Bureaucracy: Legal Sex Classification and Marriage-Based Immigration for Trans* People

07 Jun 2013 11:29pm Olga Tomchin 

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