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Northwestern University Law Review : Issues : Volume 104, Issue 1

Volume 104, Issue 1

  ARTICLES
  The Antidiscrimination Paradox: Why Sex Before Race? [citation]   Kimberly A. Yuracko 1–48
  A Production Theory of Pure Economic Loss [citation]   Robert J. Rhee 49–104
  Beyond Innovation and Competition: The Need for Qualified Transparency in Internet Intermediaries [citation]   Frank Pasquale 105–174
  Federal Courts Not Federal Tribunals [citation]   Lumen N. Mulligan 175–232
         
  ESSAYS      
  Allowing Patients to Waive the Right to Sue for Medical Malpractice: A Response to Thaler and Sunstein [citation]   Tom Baker & Timothy D. Lytton 233–252
  Antitrust Divergence and the Limits of Economics [citation]   Alan Devlin & Michael Jacobs 253–292
         
  HOWARD J. TRIENENS VISITING SCHOLAR PROGRAM      
  International Human Rights and the Role of the United States [citation]   William A. Fletcher 293–306
         
  NOTES & COMMENTS      
  Critical Condition: Using Asylum Law to Contest Forced Medical Repatriation of Undocumented Immigrants [citation]   Kendra Stead 307–334
  Public Wrongs and Private Rights: Limiting the Victim's Role in a System of Public Prosecution [citation]   Danielle Levine 335–362
  Free Exorcise Clause? Whether Exorcism Can Survive the Supreme Court's—"Smith Neutrality" [citation]   Cynthia Koploy 363–390
         
  COLLOQUY ESSAYS      
  The Right to Exclude in the Shadow of the Cathedral: A Response to Parchomovsky and Stein [citation]   Eric R. Claeys 391–410
  Ricci v. Destefano: End of the Line or Just Another Turn on the Disparate Impact Road? [citation]   Charles A. Sullivan 411–426