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Occasional Papers from the Law School, the University of Chicago

Full Text: Vols. 1-47 (1971-2008)
Publisher: University of Chicago, the Law School
Publication Website: http://www.law.uchicago.edu/publications/papers/occasional
Frequency: 1

Additional Information for Occasional Papers from the Law School, the University of Chicago
From time to time, the Law School prints papers by the faculty for print distribution to alumni and friends. This selection of papers has included reprints of speeches and book excerpts as well as traditional scholarship.

Source: http://www.law.uchicago.edu/publications/papers/occasional

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Volumes:

47 (Drawing and Redrawing the Line: The Pre-Revolutionary Origins of Federal Ideas of Sovereignty, 2008)
46 (Testimony on a Proposed Journalist-Source Privilege to the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 2005)
45 (The Integration of Tax and Spending Programs, 2005)
44 (Three Strategies of Interpretation, 2005)
43 (Separation of Church and State: A Theologically Liberal, Anti-Catholic, and American Principle, 2002)
42 (Law and the Emotions, 2001)
41 (Contest and Consent: A Legal History of Marital Rape, 2000)
40 (Against Cyberanarchy, 1999)
39 (Impeachment and Presidential Immunity from Judicial Process, 1998)
38 (The Role of Private Groups in Public Policy: Cryptography and the National Research Council, 1997)
37 (Constitutional Myth-Making: Lessons from the Dred Scott Case, 1996)
36 (The Restructuring of Corporate America, 1996)
35 (Racial Quotas and the Jury, 1996)
34 (Remembering Nuremberg, 1995)
33 (Law, Diplomacy, and Force: North Korea and the Bomb, 1994)
32 (The Constitution in Congress: The First Congress, 1789-1791, 1994)
31 (Organ Transplantation: Or, Altruism Run Amuck, 1993)
30 (Remembering TM, 1992)
29 (The Bill of Rights: A Century of Progress, 1992)
28 (The Institutional Structure of Production, 1992)
27 (Flag Burning and the Constitution, 1990)
26 (The State of the Modern Presidency: Can It Meet Our Expectations, 1990)
25 (The Twentieth-Century Revolution in Family Wealth Transmission, 1989)
24 (Blackmail, 1988)
23 (Reconsidering Miranda, 1987)
22 (Constitutionalism, 1987)
21 (The Limits of Antitrust, 1985)
20 (The Future of Gold, 1984)
19 (The Economists and the Problem of Monopoly, 1982)
18 (The Brothel Boy: A Fragment of a Manuscript, 1982)
17 (The Sovereignty of the Courts, 1981)
16 (The University Law School and Practical Education, 1978)
15 (Group Defamation, 1978)
14 (The Death Penalty and the Insanity Defense, 1978)
13 (Talk to Entering Students, 1977)
12 (Making the Punishment Fit the Crime: A Consumers' Guide to Sentencing Reform, 1977)
11 (The Uneasy Case for Progressive Taxation in 1976, 1976)
10 (Congress and the Courts, 1975)
9 (The New Consumerism and the Law School, 1975)
8 (An Approach to Law, 1974)
7 (The Anatomy of Justice in Taxation, 1973)
6 (On Emergency Powers of the President: Every Inch a King, 1973)
5 (Six Man Juries, Majority Verdicts - What Difference Do They Make, 1973)
4 (Conflicts of Interest in Corporate Law Practice, 1973)
3 (The Prosaic Sources of Prison Violence, 1972)
2 (The Shortage of Natural Gas, 1972)
1 (A Comment on Separation of Power, 1971)