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Blocher, Gulati, and Coase: Making or Buying Sovereignty?

Posted on January 31st, 2017

Volume 66 January 2017 Blocher, Gulati, and Coase: Making or Buying Sovereignty? Paul B. Stephan††. John C. Jeffries, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Law and John V. Ray Research Professor, University of Virginia. PDF Blocher and Gulati’s wonderful and challenging thought experiment brings to mind one of the most influential articles in legal scholarship, Ronald Coase’s Continue Reading »

Friendly and Hostile Deals in the Market for Sovereign Control: A Response to Professors Blocher and Gulati

Posted on January 31st, 2017

Volume 66 January 2017 Friendly and Hostile Deals in the Market for Sovereign Control: A Response to Professors Blocher and Gulati John F. Coyle††. Associate Professor of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. PDF Introduction In their wide-ranging and thought-provoking article, A Market for Sovereign Control, Joseph Blocher and Mitu Gulati argue that Continue Reading »

Should We Buy Selling Sovereignty?

Posted on January 31st, 2017

Volume 66 January 2017 Should We Buy Selling Sovereignty? Stephen Clowney††. Professor of Law, University of Arkansas School of Law. PDF Introduction In 2016, refugees poured across international borders in record numbers. [1][1]. “The Syrian refugee crisis is the largest refugee crisis since the Second World War.” E. Tendayi Achiume, Syria, Cost-Sharing, and the Responsibility Continue Reading »

Determining Classified Evidence’s “Primary Purpose”: The Confrontation Clause and Classified Information After Ohio v. Clark

Posted on November 14th, 2016

Volume 66 November 2016 Determining Classified Evidence’s “Primary Purpose”: The Confrontation Clause and Classified Information After Ohio v. Clark J. Peter Letteney††. Duke University School of Law, J.D. 2016; University of Pennsylvania, M.S.Ed 2009; University of Delaware, B.A. 2008. I would like to thank Professor Christopher Schroeder for his help and advice during the preparation Continue Reading »

DLJ closes submissions for Volume 66

Posted on August 22nd, 2016

Volume 66 (Fall 2016 – Spring 2017) of the Duke Law Journal is filled. Volume 67 will reopen the Journal’s Scholastica submissions box in approximately February 2017. For more information on submissions, please visit our Submissions page.

Chevron Deference and Patent Exceptionalism

Posted on May 19th, 2016

Volume 65 May 2016 Chevron deference and patent EXCEPTIONALISM Christopher J. Walker††. Assistant Professor of Law, Michael E. Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University. Thanks are due to the Duke Law Journal editors and the Symposium organizer, Melissa Wasserman, for inviting me to participate in this terrific Symposium and to the Symposium participants Continue Reading »

Describing Drugs: A Response to Professors Allison and Ouellette

Posted on March 28th, 2016

Volume 65 March 2016 Describing DRUGS: A Response to Professors Allison and Ouellette Jacob S. Sherkow††. Associate Professor, Innovation Center for Law and Technology, New York Law School. Thank you to the editors of the Duke Law Journal for their thorough and insightful comments on this response. PDF Introduction In their article, How Courts Adjudicate Continue Reading »

Growing Up with Scout and Atticus: Getting from To Kill a Mockingbird Through Go Set a Watchman

Posted on March 14th, 2016

Volume 65 March 2016 GROWING UP WITH SCOUT AND ATTICUS: GETTING FROM TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD THROUGH GO SET A WATCHMAN Robert E. Atkinson, Jr.††. Greenspoon Marder Professor of Law, Florida State University. Thanks to Alexandra Akre, Florida State University College of Law 2016 with Certificate in Law and Justice, for incomparable research assistance. PDF Continue Reading »

PRIVACY, PUBLIC GOODS, AND THE TRAGEDY OF THE TRUST COMMONS

Posted on February 24th, 2016

Volume 65 February 2016 PRIVACY, PUBLIC GOODS, AND THE TRAGEDY OF THE TRUST COMMONS: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSORS FAIRFIELD AND ENGEL Dennis D. Hirsch††. Professor of Law, Ohio State Moritz College of Law; Faculty Director, Program on Data, Law, Ethics and Policy at Ohio State Moritz College of Law; Professor of Law, Capital University Law Continue Reading »

Response To Privacy as a Public Good

Posted on February 8th, 2016

Volume 65 February 2016 RESPONSE TO PRIVACY AS A PUBLIC GOOD Priscilla M. Regan††. Professor, School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs, George Mason University. PDF Introduction Most of the legal, philosophical, and social-science thinking about privacy emphasizes its value to the individual with less attention to its value to society. Professors Fairfield and Engel Continue Reading »

DLJ Online

Blocher, Gulati, and Coase: Making or Buying Sovereignty?

Posted on January 31st, 2017

Volume 66 January 2017 Blocher, Gulati, and Coase: Making or Buying Sovereignty? Paul B. Stephan††. John C. Jeffries, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Law and John V. Ray Research Professor, University of Virginia. PDF Blocher and Gulati’s wonderful and challenging thought experiment brings to mind one of the most influential articles in legal scholarship, Ronald Coase’s Continue Reading »

Friendly and Hostile Deals in the Market for Sovereign Control: A Response to Professors Blocher and Gulati

Posted on January 31st, 2017

Volume 66 January 2017 Friendly and Hostile Deals in the Market for Sovereign Control: A Response to Professors Blocher and Gulati John F. Coyle††. Associate Professor of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. PDF Introduction In their wide-ranging and thought-provoking article, A Market for Sovereign Control, Joseph Blocher and Mitu Gulati argue that Continue Reading »

Should We Buy Selling Sovereignty?

Posted on January 31st, 2017

Volume 66 January 2017 Should We Buy Selling Sovereignty? Stephen Clowney††. Professor of Law, University of Arkansas School of Law. PDF Introduction In 2016, refugees poured across international borders in record numbers. [1][1]. “The Syrian refugee crisis is the largest refugee crisis since the Second World War.” E. Tendayi Achiume, Syria, Cost-Sharing, and the Responsibility Continue Reading »

Determining Classified Evidence’s “Primary Purpose”: The Confrontation Clause and Classified Information After Ohio v. Clark

Posted on November 14th, 2016

Volume 66 November 2016 Determining Classified Evidence’s “Primary Purpose”: The Confrontation Clause and Classified Information After Ohio v. Clark J. Peter Letteney††. Duke University School of Law, J.D. 2016; University of Pennsylvania, M.S.Ed 2009; University of Delaware, B.A. 2008. I would like to thank Professor Christopher Schroeder for his help and advice during the preparation Continue Reading »

DLJ closes submissions for Volume 66

Posted on August 22nd, 2016

Volume 66 (Fall 2016 – Spring 2017) of the Duke Law Journal is filled. Volume 67 will reopen the Journal’s Scholastica submissions box in approximately February 2017. For more information on submissions, please visit our Submissions page.

Chevron Deference and Patent Exceptionalism

Posted on May 19th, 2016

Volume 65 May 2016 Chevron deference and patent EXCEPTIONALISM Christopher J. Walker††. Assistant Professor of Law, Michael E. Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University. Thanks are due to the Duke Law Journal editors and the Symposium organizer, Melissa Wasserman, for inviting me to participate in this terrific Symposium and to the Symposium participants Continue Reading »

Describing Drugs: A Response to Professors Allison and Ouellette

Posted on March 28th, 2016

Volume 65 March 2016 Describing DRUGS: A Response to Professors Allison and Ouellette Jacob S. Sherkow††. Associate Professor, Innovation Center for Law and Technology, New York Law School. Thank you to the editors of the Duke Law Journal for their thorough and insightful comments on this response. PDF Introduction In their article, How Courts Adjudicate Continue Reading »

Growing Up with Scout and Atticus: Getting from To Kill a Mockingbird Through Go Set a Watchman

Posted on March 14th, 2016

Volume 65 March 2016 GROWING UP WITH SCOUT AND ATTICUS: GETTING FROM TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD THROUGH GO SET A WATCHMAN Robert E. Atkinson, Jr.††. Greenspoon Marder Professor of Law, Florida State University. Thanks to Alexandra Akre, Florida State University College of Law 2016 with Certificate in Law and Justice, for incomparable research assistance. PDF Continue Reading »

PRIVACY, PUBLIC GOODS, AND THE TRAGEDY OF THE TRUST COMMONS

Posted on February 24th, 2016

Volume 65 February 2016 PRIVACY, PUBLIC GOODS, AND THE TRAGEDY OF THE TRUST COMMONS: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSORS FAIRFIELD AND ENGEL Dennis D. Hirsch††. Professor of Law, Ohio State Moritz College of Law; Faculty Director, Program on Data, Law, Ethics and Policy at Ohio State Moritz College of Law; Professor of Law, Capital University Law Continue Reading »

Response To Privacy as a Public Good

Posted on February 8th, 2016

Volume 65 February 2016 RESPONSE TO PRIVACY AS A PUBLIC GOOD Priscilla M. Regan††. Professor, School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs, George Mason University. PDF Introduction Most of the legal, philosophical, and social-science thinking about privacy emphasizes its value to the individual with less attention to its value to society. Professors Fairfield and Engel Continue Reading »