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Volume 36, Number 3 – Summer 2013

The Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention—2012

925 The Wages of Crying Judicial Restraint Randy E. Barnett
935 Federalism And Commerce Frank H. Easterbrook
941 The Federalis(M) Society Heather K. Gerken
949 Rethinking Legal Conservatism Neal K. Katyal
955 The Article V Convention Process And The Restoration of Federalism Robert G. Natelson

Fifth Annual Rosenkranz Debate
Resolved: Natural Law Should Inform Constitutional Law

961 The Natural Law Challenge Hadley Arkes
977 Natural Law Jurisprudence: A Skeptical Perspective Alex Kozinski

Articles

983 Monopolies and the Constitution: A History of Crony Capitalism Steven G. Calabresi & Larissa C. Leibowitz
1099 Elections Across the Pond: Comparing Campaign Finance Regimes in the United States And United Kingdom Kathleen Hunker
1139 Understanding “The Loop”: Regulating the Next Generation of War Machines William C. Marra & Sonia K. McNeil
1187 Stockholder Adoption of Mandatory Individual Arbitration for Stockholder Disputes Hal S. Scott & Leslie N. Silverman

In Memoriam
Robert H. Bork

1233 Antonin Scalia
1235 Steven G. Calabresi
1245 John Harrison
1253 William Bradford Reynolds

Volume 36, Number 2 – Spring 2013

Privacy, Security, and Human Dignity in the Digital Age

403 Foreword: Accounting for Technological Change Orin S. Kerr
409 The Pursuit of Privacy in a World Where Information Control is Failing Adam Thierer
457 Observations from Above: Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Privacy John Villasenor
519 Compulsory Process in Cyberspace: How to Increase Privacy in the Social Networking Age Robert D. Richards
549 Ending the Zero-Sum Game: How to Increase the Productivity of the Fourth Amendment Ric Simmons
605 Updating the Law of Information Privacy: The New Framework of the European Union Marc Rotenberg & David Jacobs
653 Neuroscience, Mental Privacy, and the Law Francis X. Shen

Articles

715 Public Choice Theory and Overcriminalization Paul Larkin, Jr.
795 Should We Make Crime Impossible? Michael L. Rich

Notes

849 Seminole Rock and the Separation of Powers
873 Cleaning Up “The Mess”: The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals and the Burden of Proof in the Guantanamo Habeas Cases

Recent Development

915 Balancing the Separation of Powers and Right-Remedy Principles in Minneci v. Pollard, 132 S. Ct. 617 (2012)

Volume 36, Number 1 – Winter 2012

I. The Rule of Law and the Administrative State

5 The Perilous Position of the Rule of Law and the Administrative State Richard A. Epstein
21 The Rule of Law and the Inevitability of Discretion Peter M. Shane

II. Congress vs. Agencies:
Balancing Checks and Efficiency:
Gridlock, Organized Interests, and Regulatory Capture

31 Corralling Capture David Freeman Engstrom
41 Congressional Abdication: Delegation Without Detail and Without Waiver C. Boyden Gray

III. Perspectives on Executive Power:
Czars, Libya, and Recent Development

53 American Executive Power in Historical Perspective Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
63 Reconsidering the Modern Hanoverian King Sanford Levinson
73 President Obama and the Framers’ Presidency John Yoo

IV. Technology and Regulation

87 Can Technological Innovation Survive Government Regulation? Richard A. Epstein
105 Regulation and Technology Anthony Falzone
109 The Regulatory Turn in IP Mark. A. Lemley

Essays

117 On the Majesty of the Law Harvey C. Mansfield

Articles

131 Incorporation by Reference in an Open Government Age Emily S. Bremer
211 “Pride Ignorance and Knavery”: James Madison’s Formative Experiences with Religious Establishments Andy G. Olree
277 Pre-“Originalism” Lorianne Updike Toler & J. Carl Cecere with the assistance of Justice Don Willett

Recent Developments

355 The Case of the Missing Argument: The Mysterious Disappearance of International Law From Juvenile Sentencing in Miller v. Alabama, 132 S. Ct. 2455 (2012)
375 Applying the Holder Standard to Speech that Provides Material Support to Terrorism in United States v. Mehanna, No. 09-10017-GAO (D. Mass. 2012)
391 Resurrecting Free Exercise in Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church & School v. EEOC, 132 S. Ct. 694 (2012)

Volume 35, Number 3 – Summer 2012

THE FEDERALIST SOCIETY NATIONAL LAWYERS CONVENTION—2011
821 REFLECTIONS ON HOSANNA-TABOR Michael W. McConnell
839 HOSANNA-TABOR AND THE MINISTERIAL EXCEPTION Douglas Laycock
863 MEET THE NEW BOSS: CONTINUITY IN PRESIDENTIAL WAR POWERS? Michael D. Ramsey
FOURTH ANNUAL ROSENKRANZ DEBATE
RESOLVED: CONGRESS ACTED WITHIN ITS AUTHORITY IN ENACTING THE PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
873 THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: SWIMMING IN THE STREAM OF COMMERCELaurence H. Tribe
887 THE PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT AND THE BREADTH AND DEPTH OF FEDERAL POWERPaul Clement
ARTICLES
897 THE AVAILABILITY OF COMMON LAW PRIVILEGES FOR WITNESSES IN CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATIONSMichael D. Bopp & DeLisa Lay
933 THE ETHICS OF OPPOSING CERTIORARI BEFORE THE SUPREME COURTAaron Tang
NOTE
991 ARBITRATION, CLASS WAIVERS, AND STATUTORY RIGHTS

Volume 35, Number 2 – Spring 2012

LAW IN AN AGE OF AUSTERITY
453 FISCAL POLICY IN AN ERA OF AUSTERITYDavid M. Schizer
487 THE REGULATORY AUTHORITY OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT TO INDEX CAPITAL GAINS FOR INFLATION: A SEQUALCharles J. Cooper & Vincent Colatriano
525 JUDICIAL COMPULSION AND THE PUBLIC FISC—A HISTORICAL OVERVIEWKenneth T. Cuccinelli II, E. Duncan Getchell Jr., & Wesley G. Russell Jr.
543 REDUCING THE DRUG WAR’S DAMAGE TO GOVERNMENT BUDGETSDavid B. Kopel & Trevor Burrus
569 PAPERS, PLEASE: DOES THE CONSTITUTION PERMIT THE STATES A ROLE IN IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT?John C. Eastman
593 ITS HOUR COME ROUND AT LAST? STATE SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY AND THE GREAT STATE DEBT CRISIS OF THE EARLY TWENTY-FIRST CENTURYErnest A. Young
JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE: HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY SYMPOSIUM
623 JUDICIAL SELECTION RECONSIDERED: A PLEA FOR RADICAL MODERATIONCharles Gardner Geyh
643 CONTESTING THE JUDICIAL POWER IN THE STATESG. Alan Tarr
663 IF MEN WERE ANGELSWilliam R. Casto
671 CONCLUDING THOUGHTS FROM ADA, OHIOScott Douglas Gerber
ARTICLES
681 AGAINST LIABILITY FOR PRIVATE RISK-EXPOSURESheila B. Scheuerman
743 A FAREWELL TO HARMS: AGAINST PRESUMING IRREPARABLE INJURY IN CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATIONAnthony DiSarro
NOTE
797 35_2_797_Alicea STARE DECISIS IN AN ORIGINALIST CONGRESS

Volume 35, Number 1 – Winter 2012

CAPITALISM, MARKETS, AND THE CONSTITUTION:
THE THIRTIETH ANNUAL FEDERALIST SOCIETY NATIONAL STUDENT SYMPOSIUM ON LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY — 2011
I. ECONOMIC FREEDOMS AND THE CONSTITUTION
5 DOES THE CONSTITUTION PROTECT ECONOMIC LIBERTY?Randy E. Barnett
13 ECONOMIC FREEDOMS AND THE CONSTITUTIONJeffrey Rosen
II. ECONOMIC THEORY, CIVIC VIRTUE, AND THE MEANING OF THE CONSTITUTION
27 THE CONSTITUTION AND ECONOMIC LIBERTYJames W. Ely Jr.
37 ENLIGHTENMENT ECONOMICS AND THE FRAMING OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTIONRenée Lettow Lerner
47 JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE, JUDICIAL VIRTUE, AND THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE CONSTITUTIONNelson Lund
61 THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTITUTIONG. Edward White
III. FEDERALISM AND INTERSTATE COMPETITION
89 INTERSTATE COMPETITION AND THE RACE TO THE TOPJonathan H. Adler
101 FISCAL FEDERALISM AS A CONSTRAINT ON STATESClayton P. Gillette
115 FEDERALISM AS A DISCOVERY PROCESS AND A CATALYST FOR HUMILITY John O. McGinnis
121 DEPOLITICIZING FEDERALISM Louis Michael Seidman
IV. THE WELFARE STATE AND AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM
131 NATIONAL HEALTHCARE AND AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL CULTUREWilliam P. Marshall
153 AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM AND THE HEALTHCARE REFORM DEBATEJeremy Rabkin
171 AMERICAN DIGNITY AND HEALTHCARE REFORMNeomi Rao
V. ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY AND THE ROLE OF THE COURTS
187 ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY AND THE ROLE OF THE COURTSPaul G. Mahoney
195 ECONOMIC UNCERTAINY, THE COURTS, AND THE RULE OF LAWTodd Zywicki
REFLECTIONS ON THE LAW OF SEPTEMBER 11: A TEN-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE
213 DEFERENCE TO THE EXECUTIVE IN THE UNITED STATES AFTER SEPTEMBER 11: CONGRESS, THE COURTS, AND THE OFFICE OF LEGAL COUNSELEric A. Posner
245 U.S. INTELLIGENCE IN THE WAKE OF SEPTEMBER 11: THE RISE OF THE SPY COMMANDO AND REORGANIZED OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIESFrederick P. Hitz
ESSAY
259 WHAT WOULD HAMILTON DO?Michael W. McConnell
ARTICLES
283 IN DEFENSE OF SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS, OR THE PROMISE OF LAWFUL RULETimothy Sandefur
351 IN PRAISE OF HOSTILITY: ANTIAUTHORITARIANISM AS FREE SPEECH PRINCIPLEJohn M. Kang
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
423 STATE LAW CLAIMS AND ARTICLE III IN Stern v. Marshall, 131 S. Ct. 2594 (2011)
439 MAINTAINING THE CLEAR AND CONVINCING EVIDENCE STANDARD FOR PATENT INVALIDITY CHALLENGES IN Microsoft Corp. v. i4i Limited Partnership, 131 S. Ct. 2238 (2011)
SPECIAL THANKS
SYMPOSIUM MASTHEAD