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New York Law School

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

New In Print: Reviewing Law Reviews

The California Law Review has published The Brennan Center Jorde Symposium on Constitutional Law in its December 2012, issue, with articles by Judge Diane P. Wood, Judge Marsha S. Berzon and Professor Kevin M. Quinn.  The DePaul Law Review's Winter 2012 issue includes the 17th Annual Clifford Symposium on Tort Law & Social Policy: "Festschrift for Robert Rabin."  Drake Law Review has published two recent sumposia issues - a Constitutional Law Symposium titled "Constitutionalism and the Poor," and the Ninth Annual American Judicature Society Symposium: "Lawyers, Judges and Money: Evolving Legal Issues Surrounding Spending on Judicial Elections." 

Duke Law Journal's December 2012, issue is a Special Symposium Issue on Custom and Law.  The December 2012, Florida Law Review includes the Dunwoody Distinguished Lecture in Law titled "Judicial Review, Constitutional Interpretation, and the Democratic Dilemma: Proposing a 'Controlled Activism' Alternative," by Martin H. Redish and Matthew B. Arnould

The November 2012, George Washington Law Review is a special issue, "Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Farrand's Records of the Federal Convention."  Volume 100, No. 4 of the Kentucky Law Journal includes a symposium on state court funding, with a keynote address by Erwin Chemerinsky.  The Review of Litigation, Volume 31, Number 4, includes a symposium on class action lawsuits.

Volume 42, Number 4, Seton Hall Law Review includes a symposioum titled, "Implementing the Affordable Care Act: What Role fo Accountable Care Organizations?"  Volume 57, Number 3, South Dakota Law Review includes a symposium on the government speech doctrine.  Villanova Law Review's Volume 57, Number 3 includes the Norman J. Shachoy Symposium, "U.S. Taxation of Offshore Activity and Regulation of Executive Compensation."  The Summer 2012, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review includes the Ben J. Altheimer Symposium, "eConflicts Resolved:  Evaluations of Legal Solutions to Information-Age Conflicts."  The November 2012, Vanderbilt Law Review includes a symposium, "Supply and Demand: Barriers to a New Energy Future."

Craig Estlinbaum

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