Friday, September 10, 2010

Penn State Law Review Symposium on Iqbal

Now available on SSRN are several contributions to the Penn State Law Review's symposium on Ashcroft v. Iqbal. They include:

Ray Worthy Campbell, Getting a Clue: Two Stage Complaint Pleading as a Solution to the Conley-Iqbal Dilemma

Gary S. Gildin, The Supreme Court's Legislative Agenda to Free Government from Accountability for Constitutional Deprivations

Kit Kinports, Iqbal and Supervisory Immunity

Victor C. Romero, Interrogating Iqbal: Intent, Inertia, and (a Lack of) Imagination

Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, Business as Usual: Immigration and the National Security Exception  
Nancy Welsh, I Could Have Been a Contender: Summary Jury Trial As A Means to Overcome Iqbal's Negative Effects Upon Pre-Litigation Communication, Negotiation and Early, Consensual Dispute Resolution

See earlier coverage of the symposium here, here and here.


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