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

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Submissions from 2013

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Energy Subsidies and the World Trade Organization, Timothy L. Meyer

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Epistemic Institutions and Epistemic Cooperation in International Environmental Governance, Timothy L. Meyer

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Error Costs & IP Law, Joseph S. Miller

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Illuminating Innumeracy, Lisa Milot

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A Numerus Clausus Principle for Intellectual Property, Christina Mulligan

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Functioning Just Fine: The Unappreciated Value of the Supreme Court Confirmation Process, Lori A. Ringhand and Paul M. Collins Jr.

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A Conflict Primacy Model of the Public Board, Usha Rodrigues

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In Search of Safe Harbor: Suggestions for the New Rule 506(c), Usha Rodrigues

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Securities Law's Dirty Little Secret, Usha Rodrigues

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With Apologies to Paxton Blair, Peter B. Rutledge

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Contract and Choice, Peter B. Rutledge and Christopher R. Drahozal

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Constitutional Principle, Partisan Calculation, and the Beveridge Child Labor Bill, Logan E. Sawyer III

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The Law Professor as Faculty Athletics Representative: Some Random Thoughts After Two Years, David E. Shipley

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A Brief History of the Western Judicial Circuit, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

Submissions from 2012

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Reconsidering the Separation of Banking and Commerce, Mehrsa Baradaran

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Avoiding Independent Agency Armageddon, Kent H. Barnett

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Transtemporal Separation of Powers in the Law of Precedent, Randy Beck

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Civility and Collegiality—Unreasonable Judicial Expectations for Lawyers as Officers of the Court?, Lonnie T. Brown

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Deporting the Pardoned, Jason A. Cade

Deporting the Pardoned, Jason A. Cade

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Financiers as Monitors in Aggregate Litigation, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Revisiting the Government as Plaintiff, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Due Process as Separation of Powers, Nathan S. Chapman and Michael W. McConnell

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An Essay on Originalism and the 'Individual Mandate': Rounding Out the Government’s Case for Constitutionality, Dan T. Coenen

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The Originalist Case Against Congressional Supermajority Voting Rules, Dan T. Coenen