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Northwestern University Law Review : Issues : Colloquy 2013

Colloquy 2013

  January      
  February      
  March      
  April      
  The Original Public Meaning of the Foreign Emoluments Clause: A Reply to Professor Zephyr Teachout [pdf] [citation]   Seth Barrett Tillman 107-18
  Catch Twenty-Wu? The Oral Argument in Fisher v. University of Texas and the Obfuscation of Critical Mass [pdf] [citation]   Sheldon Bernard Lyke 107-19
  May      
  June      
  Erie's International Effect: A Reply [pdf] [citation]   Donald Earl Childress III 108-1
  July      
  Chief Justice Roberts's Individual Mandate: The Lawless Medicine of NFIB v. Sebelius [pdf] [citation]   Gregory P. Magarian 108-2
  It's Time for an Immigration Jury [pdf] [citation]   Daniel I. Morales 108-3
  The Definite Article: The D.C. Circuit's Redefinition of Recess Appointments [pdf] [citation]   Jeff VanDam 108-4
  August      
  The Dog Days of Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence [pdf] [citation]   Kit Kinports 108-5
  September      
  The Conscious Curriculum: From Novice Towards Mastery in Written Legal Analysis and Advocacy [pdf] [citation]   Sarah O. Schrup & Susan E. Provenzano 108-6
  October      
  DOMA's Ghost and Copyright Reversionary Interests [pdf] [citation]   Brad A. Greenberg 108-7
  The Moonscape of Tax Equality: Windsor and Beyond [pdf] [citation]   Anthony C. Infanti 108-8
  November      
  A Visual Guide to United States v. Windsor: Doctrinal Origins of Justice Kennedy's Majority Opinion [pdf] [citation]   Colin Starger 108-9
  Why Scalia Should Have Voted to Overturn DOMA [pdf] [citation]   Andrew Koppelman 108-10
  Dispatches from the Trenches of America's Great Gun Trust Wars [pdf] [citation]   Lee-ford Tritt 108-11
  December