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Volume 51, Issue 2 (Winter 2013)

Articles

Grassroots Originalism: Rethinking the Politics of Judicial Philosophy, Mary Ziegler, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 201 (2013).

Of Red Bags and Family Limited Partnerships: Reforming the Estate and Gift Tax Valuation Rules to Achieve Horizontal Equity, John F. Coverdale, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 239 (2013).

Is it the Journey or the Destination?: Judicial Preferences and Decision-Making in the Ninth Circuit, Carlos Berdejo, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 271 (2013).

Notes

"I Am in Control Here": Constitutional and Practical Questions Regarding Presidential Succession
David A. Erhart, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 323 (2013).

Scanning the Horizon: The Past, Present, and Future of Neuroimaging for Lie Detection in Court
Spencer J. Brooks, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 353 (2013).

Regulating Flash Mobs: Seeking a Middle Group Approach that Preserves Free Expression and Maintains Public Order, Lauren Claycomb, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 375 (2013).

Responsive Essay

The Interest Convergence of Education Reform and Economic Development: A Response to "The State of Our Unions"
Jonathan C. Augustine, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 407 (2013).

Volume 51, Issue 1 (Fall 2012)

Articles

Discretion & Deference in Senate Consideration of Judicial Nominations, Caprice Roberts, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 1 (2012).

Evidence-Based Litigation Reform, Mark Spottswood, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 25 (2012).

Government RX -- Back to the Future in Science Funding? The Next Era in Drug Development, Michael J. Malinowski, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 101 (2012).

Notes

Crossing the Line in Tight Budget Times: The State Constitutional Implications of Diverting Limited Public Funds to Charter Schools in Kentucky, Leah Rupp Smith, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 125 (2012).

From Smartphones to Stingrays: Can the Fourth Amendment Keep Up With the 21st Century?, Brittany Hampton, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 159 (2012).

Comparing the Education Bubble to the Housing Bubble: Will Universities Be Too Big to Fail?, April Wimberg, 51 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 177 (2012).

Volume 50, Issue 4 (Summer 2012)

Symposium: On Federal Budget & Debt Reduction

Tax Reform Implications of the Risk of a U.S. Budget Catastrophe, Daniel Shaviro, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 577 (2012).

Comments on Daniel Shaviro's Tax Reform Implications of the Risk of a U.S. Budget Catastrophe, David Gamage, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 599 (2012).

A Buffett Rule for Social Security and Medicare: Phasing out Benefits for High Income Retirees, Samuel C. Thompson, Jr., 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 603 (2012).  

The U.S. Deficit/Debt Problem: A Longer-Run Perspective, Daniel L. Thornton, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 625 (2012).  

Rationally Cutting Tax Expenditures, Gregg D. Polsky, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 643 (2012).  

Progressive Taxation: An Aesthetic and Moral Defense, Jim Chen, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 659 (2012).  

Why We Should Never Pay Down the National Debt, Neil H. Buchanan, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 683 (2012).  

Note

The University of Louisville Law Review at Fifty: A Brief Look Back and a Hard Look at the Future, Alex C. Davis, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 699 (2012).  

Volume 50, Issue 3 (Spring 2012)

Article

Racially Transcendent Diversity, Brandon Paradise, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 415 (2012).

Notes

Thinking Before Rulemaking: Why the SEC Should Think Twice Before Imposing a Uniform Fiduciary Standard on Broker-Dealers and Investment Advisers, Ross Jordan, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 491 (2012).

Protecting the Burden of Proof in Kentucky: Procedural Safeguards for the Use of Video Excerpts During Closing Arguments, James D. Theiss, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 527 (2012).

Cochran v. Commonwealth: Revisting Whether Kentucky Should Charge, Commit, or Cure Pregnant Substance Abusers, Elisabeth Fitzpatrick, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 551 (2012).

Volume 50, Issue 2 (Winter 2011)

Articles

The State of Our Unions: How President Obama's Education Reforms Threaten the Working Class, Monica Teixeira de Sousa, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 201 (2011).

Where the Wild Things Are: The Polling Place, Voter Intimidation, and the First Amendment, James J. Woodruff II, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 253 (2011).

Ten Years After: Bartnicki v. Vopper as a Laboratory for First Amendment Advocacy and Analysis, Eric B. Easton, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 287 (2011).

Notes

When the Best Is Not Enough: Evaluating Kentucky's Use of "Best Interests" to Modify Custody Decrees in Relocation Disputes, Marlena Burt, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 337 (2011).

A New Test for Two-Way Video Testimony: Bringing Maryland v. Craig Into the Technological Era, Natalie D. Montell, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 361 (2011).

When Lady Justice Sought Her Sight: Judicial Selection in Kentucky in Light of Recent Trends and Carey v. Wolnitzek, Andrew Mize, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 383 (2011).

Volume 50, Issue 1 (Fall 2011)

Articles

Invasion of the Social Networks: Blurring the Line Between Personal Life and the Employment Relationship, Robert Sprague, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 1 (2011).

If Not a Commercial Republic? Political Economy in the United States After Citizens United, David Westbrook, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 35 (2011).

Power to the People: the Takings Clause, Hart's Rule of Recognition, and Populist Law-Making, F. Patrick Hubbard, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 87 (2011). 

Notes

Is the Right to Sue Really the Right to Sue? Examining Arbitration and the Language of the Credit Repair Organization Act, Molly Bee MacCaskey, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 131 (2011).

Perfect Piety?: Transgression and Redemption Within the Legal Structures Affording Prisoners the Right to a Religious Diet, Shannon A. Burns, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 153 (2011).

The Intersection of Kentucky's Abortion Parental-Consent Bypass Law and Mandatory Child-Abuse Reporting Statute: A Judicial Dilemma and Proposed Legislative Solution, Amanda Warford, 50 U. LOUISVILLE L. REV. 177 (2011).