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The Politics of Invoking Chevron Deference, Kent H. Barnett, Christina L. Boyd, and Christopher J. Walker

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Qui Tam Litigation Against Government Officials: Constitutional Implications of a Neglected History, Randy Beck

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Publicly Funded Objectors, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Due Process Abroad, Nathan Chapman

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Who Has Standing to Sue the President Under the Emoluments Clauses?, Matthew I. Hall

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Reasonable Certainty & Corpus Linguistics: Judging Definiteness after Nautilus & Teva, Joseph S. Miller

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Which Supreme Court Cases Influenced Recent Supreme Court IP Decisions? A Citation Study, Joseph S. Miller

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Principle and Politics in the New History of Originalism, Logan E. Sawyer III

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Submarine Statutes, Christian Turner

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The Future of Lower-Income Students in Higher Education: Rethinking the Pell Program and Federal Tax Incentives, Camilla E. Watson

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Harmonizing European Tort Law and the Comparative Method: Basic Questions of Tort Law from a Comparative Perspective, Michael Wells

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Favoring the Press, Sonja R. West

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Chevron in the Circuit Courts, Kent H. Barnett and Christopher J. Walker

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Repeat Players in Multidistrict Litigation: The Social Network, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch and Margaret S. Williams

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The Wrong Decision at the Wrong Time: Utah v. Strieff in the Era of Aggressive Policing, Julian A. Cook

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The Up-C Revolution, Gregg D. Polsky and Adam H. Rosenzweig

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Discouraging Frivolous Copyright Infringement Claims: Fee Shifting Under Rule 11 or 28 U.S.C. § 1927 as an Alternative to Awarding Attorney's Fees Under Section 505 of the Copyright Act, David E. Shipley

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Perceiving Law, Christian Turner