2013, Volume 90

Issue 1

Articles

The Ninth Circle of Hell: An Eighth Amendment Analysis of Imposing Prolonged Supermax Solitary Confinement on Inmates with a Mental Illness
Thomas L. Hafemeister & Jeff George

Requiring the State to Justify Supermax Confinement for Mentally Ill Prisoners: A Disability Discrimination Approach
Brittany Glidden & Laura Rovner

The Persistence of Proximate Cause: How Legal Doctrine Thrives on Skepticism
Jessie Allen

Mixed Messages, Muddled Meanings, Drunk Dicks, and Boobies Bracelets: Sexually Suggestive Student Speech and the Need to Overrule or Radically Refashion Fraser
Clay Calvert

New Life for the Death Tax Debate
Elizabeth R. Carter

Leaving Contemporary Legal Taxonomy
Joseph Lavitt

Comments

Martinez v. Ryan: A Shift Toward Broadening Access to Federal Habeas Corpus
Mary Dewey

United States v. Home Concrete & Supply, LLC: Making “Ambiguous” Ambiguous
W. Matthew Pierce

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2013, Volume 90

Issue 2

Articles

Closing the Courthouse Doors
Erwin Chemerinsky

What the Brain Saw: The Case of Trayvon Martin and the Need for Eyewitness Identification Reform
Valena Elizabeth Beety

Friend, Foe, Frenemy: The United States and American Indian Religious Freedom
Allison M. Dussias

In Search of a Forum for the Families of the Guantanamo Disappeared
Peter Jan Honigsberg

The Trouble with City of Boerne, and Why It Matters for the Fifteenth Amendment as Well
Evan Tsen Lee

The Big Banks: Background, Deregulation, Financial Innovation, and “Too Big to Fail”
Charles W. Murdock

Comment

Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders: The Resurrection of Bell v. Wolfish and the Questions to Follow
Julian Ellis

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2013, Volume 90

Issue 3

Articles

Paul Clement and the State of Conservative Legal Thought
Sam Singer

Insuring the Risk of Construction Defects in Colorado: The Tenth Circuit’s Greystone Decision
Jesse Howard Witt & Marci M. Achenbach

Comments

The Audacity of Ignoring Hope: How the Existing Qualified Immunity Analysis Leads to Unremedied Rights
Aaron Belzer

United States v. Schaefer and United States v. Sturm: Why the Federal Government Should Regulate All Internet Use as Interstate Commerce
Jonathan R. Gray

The Danger of the “Essential Functions” Requirement of the ADA: Why the Interactive Process Should Be Mandated
Amy Knapp

Atkins v. Virginia: The Need for Consistent Substantive and Procedural Application of the Ban on Executing the Intellectually Disabled
Kathryn Raffensperger

U.S. vs. Them: A Perspective on U.S. Immigration Law Arising from United States v. Rosales-Garcia and the Combination of Imprisonment and Deportation
Anna Natalie Rol

Awad v. Ziriax: The Tenth Circuit’s Defense Against the Power of Religious Majority Factions
Renee Sheeder

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2011, Volume 89

Issue 1

Articles

Fair Use as a Matter of Law
Ned Snow

The Affective Blindness of Evidence Law
Teneille R. Brown

The McReynolds Mystery Solved
Louise Weinberg

The Constitutional Feedback Loop: Why No State Institution Typically Resolves Whether a Law Is Constitutional and What, If Anything, Should Be Done About It
Daniel D. Domenico

Helping Ideas Have Consequences: Political and Intellectual Investment in the Unitary Executive Theory, 1981-2000
Amanda Hollis-Brusky

Sander, the Mismatch Theory, and Affirmative Action: Critiquing the Absence of Praxis in Policy
Darrell D. Jackson

Comments

Michigan v. Bryant: Originalism Confronts Pragmatism
William Reed

Arizona Christian School Tutition Organization v. Winn: Reconsidering Flast’s Exception to the Rule Against Taxpayer Standing and Establishing the Tax Credit Distinction
Edward R. Shaoul

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2012, Volume 89

Issue 2

Articles

The Colorado Counsel Conundrum: Plea Bargaining, Misdemeanors, and the Right to Counsel
Justin Marceau & Nathan Rudolph

A New Take on the Top Ten Rules for Court and Professional Life
Mimi E. Tsankov & Jessica L. Grimes

The Case for Greater Public Access to Oral Argument Recordings in the Tenth Circuit
Peter J. Krumholz

Comments
Liberty and Justice for Some: Due Process for Prisoners in the Tenth Circuit in Light of Toevs v. Reid
Joseph Doyle

Prost v. Anderson and the Enigmatic Savings Clause of &sec; 2255: When is a Remedy by Motion “Inadequate or Ineffective”?
Brian Florendo

Thomas v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.: Semantics, Fiduciary Duty, and an Outdated Distinction
Jeremy Liles

United States v. Washington: Why Counsel’s Advice and Presence at Presentence Interviews is Necessary to Prevent Sentencing Suicide
Elizabeth Philips

Policing the Police: Protecting Civil Rights in Cases of Retaliatory Arrest
Randolph A. Robinson II

Recognizing Triball Judgments in Federal Courts Through the Lens of Comity
Dan St. John

Taking it All Off: Salazar v. Butterball and the Battle over Fair Compensation Under the FLSA’s “Changing Clothes” Provision
Amanda Walck

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2012, Volume 89

Issue 3

Articles

Revolution, Democracy and the Critical Role of Constitution-Making: Some Preliminary Thoughts
Ved P. Nanda

Democracy and Revolution: An Enduring Relationship?
Joel Colon-Rios and Allan C. Hutchinson

The Importance of Constitution-Making
David Landau

Constitutional Pragmatism, the Supreme Court, and Democratic Revolution
Mark S. Kende

Democracy and Dissent: Strauss, Arendt, and Voegelin in America
Stephen M. Feldman

Arab Spring, Libyan Liberation and the Externally Imposed Democratic Revolution
Haider Ala Hamoudi

Democracy, Violence, and Constitutional Revision in the Shadow of Democratic Revolution Theory
Tuan Samahon

Comments

AT&T Mobility L.L.C. v Concepcion: The Disappearance of the Presumption Against Preemption in the Context of the FAA
Kristopher Kleiner

Connick v Thompson: Forsaking Constitutional Due Process for Fear of Flooding Litigation and Loss of Municipal Autonomy
Melissa Lawson Romero

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2012, Volume 89

Issue 4

Doing Justice to Law: And What Justice Rothgerber Participants Did to Law
Karen A. Lash

Turner v. Rogers and the Right of Meaningful Access to the Courts
Laura K. Abel

The Evolution of Unbundling in Litigation Matters: Three Case Studies and a Literature Review

(Bibliography)
Molly M. Jennings & D. James Greiner

Judicial Suppoprt for Pro Bono Legal Service
Justice Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr.

The Access to Justice “Sorting Hat”: Towards a System of Triage and Intake that Maximizes Access and Outcomes
Richard Zorza, Esq.

Training Lawyer-Entrepreneurs
Luz E. Herrera

Lawyers, Loyalty and Social Change
Deborah J. Cantrell

Marijuana at the Crossroads: Keynote Address
Sam Kamin

Medical Marijuana and the Political Safeguards of Federalism
Robert A. Mikos

On the Medicinal–Recreational Distinction in Cannabis Law
Martin D. Carcieri

When May a Probation Condition Allowing Use of Medical Marijuana Violate the Code of Judicial Conduct? Judicial Respect for the Law and Promoting Public Confidence in the Judiciary
Frederic Rodgers

Reflections on Medical Marijuana Prosecutions and the Duty to Seek Justice
Alex Kreit

Is Assisting Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Hazardous to a Lawyer’s Professional Health?
Alec Rothrock

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2010, Volume 88

Issue 1

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2010, Volume 88
Issue 2

Foreword: Judicial Independence
David M. Ebel

“No Taxation Without Representation”: A British Perspective on Constitutional Arrangements
The Rt Hon Lord Judge

Living and Dying with A Double-Edged Sword: Mental Health Evidence in the Tenth Circuit’s Capital Cases
Rabindranath Ramana

Chamber of Commerce v. Edmondson: Employment Authorization, States’ Rights, and Federal Preemption—An Informed Approach
Matthew C. Arentsen

Incomplete Approach, Incorrect Outcome: Qualified Immunity, Viewpoint Discrimination, and the Troubling Implications of Weise v. Casper
Kelson Bohnet

Tribal Sovereignty and Resource Destiny: Hydro Resources, Inc. v. U.S. EPA
Andrew Brooks

Berry & Murphy, P.C. v. Carolina Casualty Insurance Co.: Malpractice Liability Insurance in the Tenth Circuit
Matthew Court

A Circuit Split Survey on Violent Felonies and Crimes of Violence: Where Does the Tenth Circuit Stand?
Megan A. Embrey


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2011, Volume 88

Issue 3

Symposium Issue: Popular Constitutionalism

Originalism’s Race Problem
Jamal Greene

Popular Constitutionalism on the Right: Lessons from the Tea Party
Christopher W. Schmidt

The Tea Party’s Constitution
Jared A. Goldstein

Supreme Court Avoids Crushing the First Amendment: Why the Decision in United States v. Stephens Was Important for the Preservation of First Amendment Rights
Matthew Broderick

Salazar v. Buono: A Blow Against the Endorsement Test’s Core Principle
Christopher Linas


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2011, Volume 88

Issue 4

Special Issue: Socioeconomic Diversity and American Legal Education

Foreword: Social Class, Race and Legal Education
Joyce Sterling & Catherine E. Smith

Class in American Legal Education
Richard H. Sander

Reflections on Class in American Legal Education
Richard Lempert

Reflections on Richard Sander’s Class in American Legal Education
Richard D. Kahlenberg

Class Privilege in Legal Education: A Response to Sander
Deborah C. Malamud

Meeting Across the River: Why Affirmative Action Needs Race & Class Diversity
Deirdre M. Bowen, J.D., Ph.D.

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: Reframing the Debate about Law School Affirmative Action
Daniel Kiel

Class, Classes, and Classic Race-Baiting: What’s in a Definition?
Angela Onwuachi-Willig & Amber Fricke

Race as a Red Herring? The Logical Irrelevance of the Race vs. Class Debate
Arin N. Reeves

Race and Socioeconomic Diversity in American Legal Education: A Response to Richard Sander
Danielle Holley-Walker

Commentary on Professor Richard Sander’s Class in American Legal Education
L. Darnell Weeden

The Visibility of Socioeconomic Status and Class-Based Affirmative Action: A Reply to Professor Sander
Eli Wald

Listening to the Debate on Reforming Law School Admissions Preferences
Richard H. Sander


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2010, Volume 87

Issue 1


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2010, Volume 87

Issue 2: Civil Justice Reform

Judges’ View

Professors’ View

Practitioners’ View

Comments


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2010, Volume 87

Issue 3: Annual Tenth Circuit Survey

Lead Article

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2010, Volume 87
Issue 4


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2008, Vol. 86

Issue 1

Defining Judicial Accountability: A Survey

Comments:


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2008, Vol. 86

Issue 2

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2008, Vol. 86

Issue 3

In Memoriam

Articles

Surveys


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2008, Vol. 86

Issue 4

Symposium: Home Rule

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Special Issue

Obama Phenomena: A Special Issue on the Election of President Barack Obama


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2008, Volume 85, Issue 4
Contents

  • Editors’ Note
  • Articles
    • The State Attorney General’s Role in Global Climate Change, John W. Suthers
    • Everyone Complains About the Weather, but No One Ever Does Anything About It: Interjurisdictional Failure to Designate Responsible Parties for the Climate Crisis, Frederico Cheever
    • A Cooperative Federalism Proposal for Cli-mate Change Legislation: The Value of State Autonomy in a Federal System, Alice Kaswan
    • Global Response to Climate Change – From Stockholm to Copenhagen, Anita M. Halvorssen
    • American Indians, Climate Change, and Ethics for a Warming World, Sarah Krakoff
    • Climate Litigation: Ethical Implications and Societal Impacts, Marilyn Averill
    • Climate Change, Separation of Powers and Constitutional Consignment: Why the Political Question Doctrine Should Not Apply to Climate Cases, James R. May
    • Reducing Greenhouse Gases Through Carbon Market, Gary Bryner
    • Carbon Markets in Context: Into Which Component of Holdren’s Equation Do They Fit?, Robert Hardaway
    • The European Union’s Multinational Carbon Trading Program, Ved P. Nanda

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2008, Volume 85, Issue 3
Contents

  • Articles:
    • The Problem with Pretext, Hon. Timothy M. Tymkovich
    • Hands Off the Gun! A Critique of United States v. Jameson and Constructive Possession Law in the Tenth Circuit, Benjamin C. McMurray
  • Surveys:
    • Tenth Circuit Interpretations of Garcetti: Limits on First Amendment Protections for Whistle-Blowers, Raj Chohan
    • Yavuz v. 61 MM, Ltd.: A New Federal Stan-dard—Applying Contracting Parties’ Choice of Law to the Analysis of Forum Selection Agreements, J. Zachary Courson
    • Summum v. Pleasant Grove City: The Tenth Circuit “Binds the Hands of Local Governments as They Shape the Permanent Character of Their Public Spaces”, Keenan Lorenz
    • Forest Guardians v. Forsgren and NFMA Planning Reform: The Return of Maximum Forest Service Discretion, David Mason
    • Finstuen v. Crutcher: The Tenth Circuit Delivers a Significant Victory for Same-Sex Parents with Adopted Children, Spencer B. Ross
    • The Fourth Amendment, Password-Protected Computer Files and Third Party Consent Searches: The Tenth Circuit Broadens the Scope of Warrantless Searches, Michael Smith
    • Financial Assistance for Medicaid’s Continued Existence: The Need for the United States Supreme Court to Adopt the Tenth Circuit’s Definition of Medical Assistance, Alison C. Sorkin

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2007, Volume 85, Issue 2
Contents

  • Articles:
    • The Original Understanding of the Indian Commerce Clause, Robert G. Natelson
    • Separate Powers–Shared Responsibility: Constructing Avenues of Interbranch Communication, Russell Carparelli
    • Enacting Libertarian Property: Oregon’s Measure 37 and Its Implications, Michael C. Blumm & Erik Grafe
    • Disqualifying A District Attorney When A Government Witness Was Once The District Attorney’s Client: The Law Be-tween The Courts And The State, Eli Wald
    • Preaching, Fundraising and the Constitution: On Proselytizing and the First Amendment, Mark Strasser
    • Book Review: TEN TORTURED WORDS, David K. DeWolf
  • Comments:
    • (Im)Balance and (Un)Reasonableness: High-Speed Police Pursuits, the Fourth Amend-ment, and Scott v. Harris, Forrest Plesko
    • Non-Obviousness: The Fulcrum of Combination Patent Validity, Matthew Faga

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2007, Volume 85, Issue 1
Contents

  • Federal Sentencing Survey:
    • Rerouted on the Way to Apprendi-land: Booker, Rita, and the Future of Sentencing in the Federal Courts: An Introduction, Sam Kamin
    • Rita, Reasoned Sentencing, and Resistance to Change, Douglas A. Berman
    • Empirical Questions and Evidence in Rita v. United States, Paul J. Hofer
    • Rita, District Court Discretion, and Fairness in Federal Sentencing, Hon. Lynn Adelman & Jon Deitrich
    • Rita Needs Gall—How to Make the Guidelines Advisory, Hon. Nancy Gertner
    • An Appellate Perspective On Federal Sentencing After Booker and Rita, Hon. Jeffrey S. Sutton
  • Articles:
    • Days Without Immigrants: Analysis and Implications of the Treatment of Immigration Rallies Under the National Labor Relations Act, Michael C. Duff
  • Comments:
    • Cunningham v. California: The Shifting Balance of Judge and Jury, Laurie Jaeckel
    • The New Due Process Limitation in Philip Morris: A Critique and An Alternative Rule Based on Prior Adjudication, Ben Figa

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Volume 79, 2001-2002

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Volume 78, 2000-2001

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Volume 75, 1997-1998

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