This series collects the completed works of the UGA law faculty published in print or electronic formats.

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Submissions from 2015

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Intentionalism Justice Scalia Could Love, Hillel Y. Levin

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Rethinking Religious Minorities' Political Power, Hillel Y. Levin

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The Post-Postcolonial Woman Or Child, Diane Marie Amann

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The Idea of the Casebook: Pedagogy, Prestige, and Trusty Platforms, Joseph S. Miller and Ludia Pallas Loren

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One of the Perfect People, Ann Puckett

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The Once and Future Irrelevancy of Section 12(g), Usha Rodrigues

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The Price of Corruption, Usha Rodrigues

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Superstar Judges as Entrepreneurs: The Untold Story of Fraud-on-the-Market, Margaret V. Sachs

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The Responsible Corporation: Its Historical Roots and Continuing Promise, Larry D. Thompson

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Environmental Law, Eleventh Circuit Survey, Travis Trimble

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The Open Access Advantage for American Law Reviews, Carol A. Watson, James M. Donovan, and Caroline Osborne

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Student Press Exceptionalism, Sonja R. West

Submissions from 2014

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Banking and the Social Contract, Mehrsa Baradaran

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It’s Time for Postal Banking, Mehrsa Baradaran

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Regulation by Hypothetical, Mehrsa Baradaran

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Improving Agencies’ Preemption Expertise with Chevmore Codification, Kent H. Barnett

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To the Victor Goes the Toil -- Remedies for Regulated Parties in Separation-of-Powers Litigation, Kent H. Barnett

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Overcoming Barriers to the Protection of Viable Fetuses, Randy Beck

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The Challenge of Seeing Justice Done in Removal Proceedings, Jason A. Cade

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The Challenge of Seeing Justice Done in Removal Proceedings, Jason A. Cade

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The Challenge of Seeing Justice Done in Removal Proceedings, Jason A. Cade

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Unconstitutionality and the Rule of Wide-Open Cross-Examination: Encroaching on the Fifth Amendment When Examining the Accused, Ronald L. Carlson and Michael S. Carlson

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Remanding Multidistrict Litigation, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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The Commerce Power and Congressional Mandates, Dan T. Coenen

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The Filibuster and the Framing: Why the Cloture Rule is Unconstitutional and What to Do About it, Dan T. Coenen