Thursday, August 30, 2012
Baylor Law Review (Vol. 64, No. 2) has "The Art of Statutory Construction: Texas Style," by Ron Beal; "Winning the Battle and the War: A Remedies-Centered Approach to Litigation Involving Durable Powers of Attorney," by Mark R. Caldwell, Elliott E. Burdette and Edward L. Rice; and "Exactions for the Future," by Timothy M. Mulvaney. Florida Law Review (Vol. 64, No. 4) includes its Twombley symposium articles. Fordham International Law Journal (Vol. 35, No. 5) includes its European Union Law special issue. Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy (Vol. 35, No. 3) includes the Fourth Annual Rosenkranz Debate, Resolved: Congress acted within its authority in enacting the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act with Laurence H. Tribe arguing the for and Paul Clement arguing the against.
Iowa Law Review (Vol. 97, no. 5) includes Symposium: "Batson at Twenty-Five: Perspectives on the Landmark, Reflections on the Legacy." Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law (Vol. 13, No. 3) includes a symposium on prosecutorial immunity.
Marquette Law Review (Vol. 95, no. 3) includes Symposium,The Future of Court ADR: Mediation and Beyond." Maryland Law Review (Vol 71, no. 4) includes Symposium, Constitutional Redemption and Constitutional Faith, with a lead article by Professor Sanford Levinson (Texas). New York University Journal of International Law and Politics (Vol. 44, No. 3) has The 17th Annual Herbert Rubin and Justice Rose Luttan Rubin International Law Symposium: "From Rights to Reality: Mobilizing for Human Rights and Its Intersection with International Law."
North Carolina Law Review (Vol. 90, No. 5) includes the special issue "Social Networks and the Law." Rutgers Law Journal (Vol. 42, No. 2) includes Symposium: "Michael Moore's Causation and Responsibility." Texas Law Review (Nov. 90, No. 7) includes Symposium: "Reshaping Capital Markets & Institutions: Twenty Years On." The University of Pennsylvania Law Review (Vol. 160, No. 7) includes Symposium on "New Dimensions in Property Theory." Washington Law Review (Vol. 87, No. 2) includes Symposium, "The First Amendment in the Modern Age."