The Article II Safeguards of Federal Jurisdiction

By: Tara Leigh Grove

 

Jurisdiction stripping has long been treated as a battle between Congress and the federal judiciary. Scholars have thus overlooked the important (and surprising) role that the executive branch has played in these jurisdictional struggles. This Article seeks ...READ MORE

Marriage as Punishment

By: Melissa Murray

 

Popular discourse portrays marriage as a source of innumerable public and private benefits: happiness, companionship, financial security, and even good health. Complementing this view, our legal discourse frames the right to marry as a right of access, the ...READ MORE

Strategic Spillovers

By: Daniel B. Kelly

 

The conventional problem with externalities is well known: Parties often generate harm as an unintended byproduct of using their property. This Article examines situations in which parties may generate harm purposely, in order to extract payments in ...READ MORE

 

Deference and Dialogue in Administrative Law

The One Percent Problem

 

The Best Available Technology Standard

 

The Design of Agency Interactions

 

Partial Patents

Disentangling Administrative Searches

 

Federalism and Federal Agency Reform

Judicial Elections as Popular Constitutionalism