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Print Volume 91, Issue 4

Issue 4 of the Notre Dame Law Review is Volume 91’s Symposium issue.  This year’s Symposium was titled “Religious Liberty and the Free Society: Celebrating 50 Years of Dignitatis Humanae.”  More information on the Symposium can be found here.  The keynote speaker for this year’s event was John H. Garvey, President of The Catholic University […]

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Print Volume 91, Issue 3

The third issue of Volume 91 of the Notre Dame Law Review is headlined by Chief Justice Leo E. Strine, Jr. of the Delaware Supreme Court and Nicholas Walter, an associate at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. In their article, Originalist or Original: The Difficulties of Reconciling Citizens United With Corporate Law History, they argue that the Supreme […]

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Print Volume 91, Issue 2

The second issue of Volume 91 of the Notre Dame Law Review is headlined by Professors Anthony J. Casey and Eric A. Posner of the University of Chicago Law School.  In their article, A Framework for Bailout Regulation, Professors Casey and Posner examine the bailouts from and preceding the 2008 financial crisis to consider the policy considerations justifying […]

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Print Volume 90, Issue 5

Issue 5 of Volume 90 is the annual Federal Courts, Practice, and Procedure Issue of the Notre Dame Law Review. The scholarship in this issue largely focuses on the role of history in properly interpreting Article III of the Constitution. The first article in Issue 5 is authored by Professor Amanda Tyler of the University of California, Berkeley School of […]

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Print Volume 90, Issue 4

Issue 4 of the Notre Dame Law Review is the Symposium issue for Volume 90.  This year’s Symposium was titled “The Treaty Power After Bond v. United States: Interpretive and Constitutional Constraints.”  More information on the Symposium can be found here.  Former Solicitor General Paul D. Clement, now a partner at Bancroft PLLC served as […]

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Print Volume 90, Issue 3 Dedicated to Professor Emeritus Robert E. Rodes, Jr.

The Notre Dame Law Review is both honored and saddened to announce that Print Volume 90, Issue 3 is dedicated to Professor Emeritus Robert E. Rodes, Jr. Dean Nell Newton, several of Professor Rodes’ colleagues, and a former student contributed touching stories about his tremendous impact as a teacher, scholar, colleague, and friend. Also included in […]

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Leadership for Volume 91

The staff of the Notre Dame Law Review is excited to announce that Paul Beach will be the new Editor-in-Chief for Volume 91. The executive board for Volume 91 will be: Executive Editor: Eric Hageman Executive Articles Editor: Nico Caluda Executive Notes Editor: Megan McKeown Executive Online Editor: Michael Stork Executive Managing Editor: Sarah Schiferl The editorial board and staff […]

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Print Volume 90, Issue 3

The third issue of Volume 90 of the Notre Dame Law Review is headlined by Professor Ronald J. Krotoszynski, the John S. Stone Chair Professor of Law at the University of Alabama Law School, with his co-authors Johnjerica Hodge and Wesley Wintermyer. In their article, Partisan Balance Requirements in the Age of New Formalism, Professor […]

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Notre Dame Law Review Welcomes New Online Supplement

The Notre Dame Law Review is pleased to announce the launch of Notre Dame Law Review Online, an online supplement to the journal’s print volume. This addition expands the scope of the Law Review, and allows the journal to work more inclusively with Notre Dame Law School students. Publications are not limited to members of […]

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Print Volume 90, Issue 2

The second issue of Volume 90 of the Notre Dame Law Review is headlined by Professor Steven Calabresi, the Clayton J. and Henry R. Barber Professor of Law at Northwestern University School of Law, and Professor Gary Lawson, the Phillip S. Beck Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law. In their essay, The […]

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Notre Dame Law Review Hosts Annual Symposium

On November 14th the Notre Dame Law Review, in conjunction with the Notre Dame Program on Constitutional Structure, hosted its annual Symposium. This year’s Symposium was titled The Treaty Power After Bond v. United States: Interpretative and Constitutional Constraints. In Bond, Carol Bond was prosecuted under the Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation Act for using a “chemical weapon” […]

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Print Volume 90, Issue 1

The first issue of Volume 90 of the Notre Dame Law Review is headlined by Professor Steven Schwarcz, the Stanley A. Star Professor of Law & Business at the Duke University School of Law and Founding Director of Duke’s interdisciplinary Global Financial Markets Center. In his article, The Governance Structure of Shadow Banking: Rethinking Assumptions […]

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Print Volume 89, Issue 5

Issue 5 of the Notre Dame Law Review is the Symposium Issue for Volume 89.  This year’s Symposium was titled “The Evolution of Theory: Discerning the Catalysts of Constitutional Change.”  More information about the Symposium is available here.  Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit gave […]

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Volume 90 Author Featured as “Daily Read” on Constitutional Law Blog

The Constitutional Law Blog featured Professor Deven Desai’s Article, Constitutional Limits on Surveillance: Associational Freedom in the Age of Data Hoarding, forthcoming in Volume 90 of the Notre Dame Law Review, as its “daily read” on Monday, April 7th. Professor Desai describes the quantity of data to which law enforcement officers have access as a […]

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Print Volume 89, Issue 4

This Issue of the Notre Dame Law Review is dedicated in memory of Associate Law School Dean Emeritus William O. McLean (1922–2013). Issue 4 is Volume 89’s iteration of the annual Federal Courts, Practice, & Procedure issue of the Notre Dame Law Review.  The scholarship solicited for this year’s Fed Courts issue focuses on Kiobel […]

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Professor Mehrsa Baradaran Published in The New York Times

The Notre Dame Law Review is excited to draw attention to a recently featured editorial in The New York Times by Mehrsa Baradaran, Associate Professor at the University of Georgia School of Law and author of Banking and the Social Contract, published in Volume 89, Issue 3. Professor Baradaran’s op-ed, “The Post Office Banks on the Poor,” highlights the dearth […]

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Print Volume 89, Issue 3

The lead article in Issue 3 of Volume 89 is The Unitary Executive and the Plural Judiciary, written by Professor Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr., the John S. Stone Chairholder of Law and Director of Faculty Research at the University of Alabama School of Law.  In his article, Professor Krotoszynski challenges the conventional wisdom that the […]

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Leadership for Volume 90

The staff of the Notre Dame Law Review is excited to announce that Mark Kubisch will be the new Editor-in-Chief for Volume 90. The executive board for Volume 90 will be: Executive Editor: Blair Warner Executive Articles Editor: Grant Schertzing Executive Notes Editor: Katie Jo Baumgardner Executive Online Editor: Jessica Ettinger Executive Managing Editor: Andrew Bond […]

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Print Volume 89, Issue 2

Issue 2 is headlined by Professor Lawrence Solum, currently a Professor at Georgetown University Law Center, Editor of the Legal Theory Blog, and an internationally recognized legal theorist and academic.  His piece is titled Communicative Content and Legal Content and investigates a familiar set of problems about the relationship between legal texts (e.g., constitutions, statutes, […]

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Notre Dame Law Review Hosts Annual Symposium

On November 1st the Notre Dame Law Review, in conjunction with the Notre Dame Program on Constitutional Structure and the Clynes Chair Lecture Series, hosted its annual Symposium.  This year’s Symposium was titled The Evolution of Theory: Discerning the Catalysts of Constitutional Change, and the event focused on identifying the drivers of constitutional change.  There were three panels, […]

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