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Northwestern University Law Review : Issues : Volume 99, Issue 3

Volume 99, Issue 3

ARTICLES

Reconceptualizing Public Employee Speech

Randy J. Kozel

Causing Constitutional Harm:  How Tort Law Can Help Determine Harmless Error in Criminal Trials

Jason M. Solomon

Order Without Social Norms:  How Personal Norm Activation Can Protect the Environment

Michael P. Vandenbergh

Professionalism as Interpretation

W. Bradley Wendel

ESSAY

Building a Legal Culture of Affection

J. Harvie Wilkinson

REVIEW ESSAY

Libertarian Paternalism Is an Oxymoron

Gregory Mitchell

COMMENTS

Constitutional Stretch, Snap-Back, and Sag:  Why Blaisdell Was a Harsher Blow to Liberty than Korematsu

Rebecca M. Kahan

Standing in Good Stead:  State Courts, Federal Standing Doctrine, and the Reverse- Erie Analysis

Paul J. Katz

Abstention Preemption:  How the Federal Courts Have Opened the Door to the Eradication of "Our Federalism"

Daniel Jordan Simon