Volume 129 Issue 6
Rule of Law Tropes in National Security
Coming into the Anthropocene
Developments in the Law
Tribal Executive Branches: A Path to Tribal Constitutional Reform
Fresh Pursuit from Indian Country: Tribal Authority to Pursue Suspects onto State Land
ICRA Reconsidered: New Interpretations of Familiar Rights
Securing Indian Voting Rights
The Double Life of International Law: Indigenous Peoples and Extractive Industries
Milan v. Bolin
Seventh Circuit Rules SWAT Raid Based on "Perfunctory" Investigation Unreasonable.
Garcia v. Google, Inc.
Ninth Circuit Calls Preliminary Injunction in Copyright Infringement Suit a Prior Restraint.
Meshal v. Higgenbotham
D.C. Circuit Holds that U.S. Citizen Detained and Interrogated Abroad Cannot Hold FBI Agents Individually Liable for Violations of His Constitutional Rights.
Prescott v. Oklahoma Capitol Preservation Commission
Oklahoma Supreme Court Rules Ten Commandments Monument Unconstitutional.
League of Women Voters of Washington v. State
Washington Supreme Court Holds Charter School Act Violates State Constitution.
Recent Publications — April 2016
Responding to Leslie Kendrick, How Much Does Speech Matter?
A Response to Professor Kleinfeld’s Reconstructivism: The Place of Criminal Law in Ethical Life
The Rule of Law Project
Responding to Shirin Sinnar, Rule of Law Tropes in National Security
Have We Glimpsed
the Environmentalist Future at Paris? — Toward a Theory of Change
Responding to Jedediah Purdy, Coming into the Anthropocene
What Once Was Lost Must Now Be Found: Rediscovering an Affirmative Action Jurisprudence Informed by the Reality of Race in America
Race and Higher Education Commentary Series