Modeling the Congressional End-Run Constraint

Luke M. Milligan *   For over a century law professors and political scientists have shared a commitment to the study of how judges decide cases.  Today the subject of judicial decisionmaking continues to hold the focus of some of the most influential scholars in...

The Complexities of Judicial Takings

Benjamin Barros* When (if ever) a judicial action can be an unconstitutional taking of private property has long been an open question in American constitutional law. Nested within this larger question are a host of detailed issues concerning both substance and...

The Recent Amendments to UCC Article 9: Problems and Solutions

David Frisch * First, the old news. In 1998, the American Law Institute (“ALI”) and the Uniform Law Commission (“ULC”)—as sponsors of the Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC” or “Code”)—gave their approval to the final text of the newest version of Article 9 (“Revised...
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