Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Symposium on Originalism and the Jury

Now in print in the Ohio State Law Journal is a symposium issue on Originalism and the Jury. The symposium was sponsored by The Ohio State University and the University of Illinois. Contributions, available here, include:

Suja A. Thomas, Foreword, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 883 (2010).

Douglas A. Berman, Making the Framers’ Case, and a Modern Case, For Jury Involvement in Habeas Adjudication, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 887 (2010).

Brian T. Fitzpatrick, Originalism and Summary Judgment, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 919 (2010).

Judge Nancy Gertner, Juries and Originalism: Giving “Intelligible Content” to the Right to a Jury Trial, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 935 (2010).

Joan L. Larsen, Ancient Juries and Modern Judges: Originalism’s Uneasy Relationship with the Jury, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 959 (2010).

William E. Nelson, The Lawfinding Power of Colonial American Juries, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 1003 (2010).

James Oldham, On the Question of a Complexity Exception to the Seventh Amendment Guarantee of Trial by Jury, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 1031 (2010).

Gene Schaerr and Jed Brinton, Business and Jury Trials: The Framers’ Vision Versus Modern Reality, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 1055 (2010).

Suja A. Thomas, A Limitation on Congress: “In Suits at common law”, 71 Ohio St. L.J. 1071 (2010).

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