Volume 131 Issue 5
Statutory Interpretation on the Bench: A Survey of Forty-Two Judges on the Federal Courts of Appeals
Justice Beyond Dispute
American Courts and the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees: A Need for Harmony in the Face of a Refugee Crisis
Eliminating the FEC: The Best Hope for Campaign Finance Regulation?
Of Ballot Boxes and Bank Accounts: Rationalizing the Jurisprudence of Political Participation and Democratic Integrity
United States v. Slatten
D.C. Circuit Holds It Cruel and Unusual to Impose Mandatory Thirty-Year Sentence on Military Contractors for Gun Charge.
bin Ali Jaber v. United States
D.C. Circuit Holds Statutory Challenge to Drone Strike is Nonjusticiable.
Palakovic v. Wetzel
Third Circuit Holds Parents of Mentally Ill Young Man Held in Solitary Confinement Stated Claims of Cruel and Unusual Punishment.
Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College
Seventh Circuit Holds Sexual Orientation Discrimination Is a Form of Sex Discrimination.
Brangan v. Commonwealth
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts Holds that Judges Must Issue Findings of Fact when Setting Unaffordable Bail for Indigent Defendants.
State v. Gray
Washington Supreme Court Affirms Child Pornography Conviction of Teenager.
Oregon Equal Pay Act of 2017
Oregon Bans Employers from Asking Job Applicants About Prior Salary.
Recent Publications — March 2018
Accomplices of Abbott Lawrence Lowell
U.S. Territories Commentary Series
Whose Money Is It Anyway: Have We Been Wrong About Agency Fees All Along?
Responding to Benjamin I. Sachs, Agency Fees and the First Amendment