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Northwestern University Law Review : Issues : Volume 103, Issue 1

Volume 103, Issue 1

  ARTICLES
  A Property Theory of Contract [citation]   Andrew S. Gold 1-62
  Canonizing the Civil Rights Revolution: The People and the Poll Tax [citation]   Bruce Ackerman & Jennifer Nou 63-148
  The "Define and Punish" Clause and the Limits of Universal Jurisdiction [citation]   Eugene Kontorovich 149-204
  Heterosexuality and Title VII [citation]   Zachary A. Kramer 205-248
       
  ESSAYS    
  Gonzales, Casey, and the Viability Rule [citation]   Randy Beck 249-280
  Hedge Fund Activism in the Enforcement of Bondholder Rights [citation]   Marcel Kahan & Edward Rock 281-322
       
  HOWARD J. TRIENENS VISITING SCHOLAR PROGRAM    
  Preemption: First Principles [citation]   Stephen F. Williams 323-334
       
  NOTES AND COMMENTS    
  A Maverick Achieves Something Nobler than Simple Rebellion: Why Sharesleuth Is Legal Under Section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5, and Why It Should Remain That Way [citation]   Matthew B. Arnould 335-368
  An Eye for an Eye Leaves Everyone Blind: Fields v. Brown and the Case for Keeping the Bible out of Capital Sentencing Deliberations [citation]   Courtney Rachel Baron 369-400
  Res Judicata and Rule 19 [citation]   William J. Katt 401-436
       
  COLLOQUY ESSAYS    
  What Riegel Portends for FDA Preemption of State Law Products Liability Claims [citation]   Catherine M. Sharkey 437-462
  The Case for Field Preemption of State Laws in Drug Cases [citation]   Richard A. Epstein 463-474
  If Obscenity Were to Discriminate [citation]   Barry P. McDonald 475-490