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Volume 74 Prepares for a New Year on DLJ

May 28, 2024

DLJ officially completed Volume 73 this month. We are grateful to our staff editors, who now comprise the executive and editorial boards of Volume 74, for their generous help, support, and community. Cheers to another Volume! See their interim masthead here.

Prof. Miller & Willinger Discuss Bruen and Their Essays in Duke Law Journal Online

March 26, 2024

On March 6, Duke Law Journal and the Duke Center for Firearms Law hosted a panel featuring Professor Darrell A.H. Miller and Andrew Willinger, Executive Director of the Duke Center for Firearms Law, as they engaged questions about NYSRPA v. Bruen and charted the future course of Second Amendment jurisprudence. Learn more and view a recording of their discussion here.

Join Duke Law Journal's 54th Annual Administrative Law Symposium

March 8, 2024

Join Duke Law Journal on Friday, March 22, 2024, for its 54th annual Administrative Law Symposium. The theme of this year’s Symposium is “On Democracy in the Administrative State.” Learn more and register here.

Call for Submissions for Student Online Essay Competition

March 7, 2024

This year’s online essay competition is now open! Up to two winning submissions will be selected for publication in DLJ Online. Please visit the Online Essay Competition post for more information.

Profs. Blocher & Garrett Discuss "Fact Stripping" with Judge Paul Grimm

November 9, 2023

Professors Joseph Blocher and Brandon Garrett discuss their recent DLJ Article, “Fact Stripping,” with Judge Paul Grimm, the director of the Bolch Judicial Institute. Listen to their conversation here.

CURRENT ISSUE

Volume 73, Issue 8 (May 2024)

Democratizing Administrative Law

Joshua D. Blank & Leigh Osofsky | PDF

Regulatory Body Shops

Bridget C.E. Dooling & Rachel Augustine Potter | PDF

Administrative Reliance

Haiyun Damon-Feng | PDF

DLJ ONLINE

Volume 73 (Spring 2024)

Historical Analogy and the Role Morality of Reason-Giving

Darrell A. H. Miller | PDF

Missing Pieces: Gaps in the Record of Early American Decisional Law

Andrew Willinger | PDF

"Just the Facts, Ma'am"? A Response to Professors Blocher and Garrett

Haley N. Proctor | PDF

The Precarious Art of Classifying Facts

Allison Orr Larsen | PDF

Corpus Linguistics and the Original Public Meaning of the Sixteenth Amendment

Thomas R. Lee, Lawrence B. Solum, James C. Phillips & Jesse A. Egbert | PDF

Volume 73 (Fall 2023)

Creditors Strike Back: The Return of the Cooperation Agreement

Samir D. Parikh | PDF

Inside the Internet

Nick Merrill & Tejas N. Narechania | PDF

101 Lawyers: Attorney Appearances in Twitter v. Musk

Andrew K. Jennings | PDF

All Grown Up: Qualified Immunity, Student Rights, and the Way Forward

Matthew McKnight & Angela Guo | PDF

Looking Backward to Move Forward: Ending the "History and Tradition" of Gun Violence Against the LGBTQ+ Community

Brett V. Ries | PDF

Duke Law Journal
Volume 73
Executive Team

Miranda Campbell Kerrigan

Miranda Campbell Kerrigan

Editor-In-Chief

William N. Petro

William N. Petro

Executive Editor

Katina C. Sammis

Katina C. Sammis

Senior Research Editor

Wenyi Zhou

Wenyi Zhou

Managing Editor

 

Kathy Rong Zhou

Kathy Rong Zhou

Executive Editor

Lydia Culp

Lydia Culp

Senior Online Editor

Lucy C. Augustine

Lucy C. Augustine

Executive Editor

Caroline Tervo

Caroline Tervo

Senior Articles Editor

Andrea L. R. Pillai

Andrea L. R. Pillai

Special Projects Editor

Kylee Groft

Kylee Groft

Executive Editor

Katherine Fink

Katherine Fink

Senior Notes Editor

Alexandra Diana Gómez

Alexandra Diana Gómez

Membership Editor