Thursday, November 20, 2008

Federalist Society: Supreme Court Retrospective

The Federalist Society published a special edition of Engage, its practice group journal, dedicated to a Supreme Court retrospective.  The full journal is here.

Pieces of particular interest:

Ronald A. Cass, The Supreme Court's Standing Problem, page 4

Daniel E. Troy & Rebecca K. Wood, Federal Preemption at the Supreme Court, page 7

Thomas W. Merrill, Judicial Deference to Agency Action, page 16

Nelson Lund, Justice Kennedy's Stricter Scrutiny and the Future of Racial Diversity Promotion, page 20

Robert A. Levy, Anatomy of a Lawsuit: District of Columbia v. Heller, page 27

William E. Thro, Respecting the Democratic Process: The Roberts Court and Limits on Facial Challenges, page 54

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