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Volume 89, Issue 4

Greg Mitchell, March 15, 2014

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 v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, an important but puzzling case decided by the Supreme Court last year.  The case and the symposium surround […]

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Volume 89, Issue 3

Jon Heintz, February 15, 2014

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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Volume 89, Issue 2

Jon Heintz, January 19, 2014

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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Volume 89, Issue 1

Jon Heintz, July 12, 2013

The first issue of Volume 89 of the Notre Dame Law Review will feature an impressive slate of articles, spanning diverse areas of the law and authored by some of the legal academy’s most esteemed scholars. The lead article, Is Expert Evidence Really Different?, is written by Professors Frederick Schauer and Barbara Spellman from the […]

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Welcome to the Lawyer.2d

Jacquelyn Fradette, July 12, 2013

In the 1927-1928 Notre Dame yearbook, the editors of the Notre Dame Lawyer, the predecessor to the Notre Dame Law Review, described the publication’s role in legal education and legal scholarship, curiously, though the opening scenes in Hansel and Gretel. On Hansel and Gretel’s first trip through the woods, Hansel dropped shiny pebbles behind them […]

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