Duke Law Journal

Tonja Jacobi & Vanessa Baird
How the Dissent Becomes the Majority: Using Federalism to Transform Coalitions in the U.S. Supreme Court
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Nov. 2009)

Thomas B. Colby & Peter J. Smith
Living Originalism
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Nov. 2009)

Amanda Frost
The Limits of Advocacy
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Dec. 2009)

Derek E. Bambauer
Cybersieves
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Dec. 2009)

Stephanos Bibas & William W. Burke-White
International Idealism Meets Domestic-Criminal-Procedure Realism
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Jan. 2010)

Jessie Hill
Of Christmas Trees and Corpus Christi: Ceremonial Deism and Change in Meaning over Time
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Jan. 2010)

Neil S. Siegel & Reva Siegel
Struck By Stereotype: Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Pregnancy Discrimination As Sex Discrimination
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Jan. 2010)

William A. Fletcher
Congressional Power over the Jurisdiction of Federal Courts: The Meaning of the Word “All” in Article III
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Feb. 2010)

Ric Simmons
Searching for Terrorists: Why “Public Safety” Is Not a Special Need
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Feb. 2010)

Adam S. Zimmerman
Funding Irrationality
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Mar. 2010)

Hillary Greene
Antitrust Censorship of Economic Protest
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Mar. 2010)

Wendy Wagner
Administrative Law, Filter Failure, and Information Capture
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Apr. 2010)

Emily Kadens
The Last Bankrupt Hanged
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Apr. 2010)

Neil S. Siegel & Robert D. Cooter
General Welfare, Interstate Commerce, and Economic Analysis
59 DUKE L.J. ___ (forthcoming Apr. 2010)