The Pitfalls of Professionalized Prosecution: A Response to Josh Bowers’s “Legal Guilt, Normative Innocence, and the Equitable Decision not to Prosecute”

By Stephanos Bibas

Response to: Josh Bowers, Legal Guilt, Normative Innocence, and the Equitable Decision Not to Prosecute, 110 Colum. L. Rev. 1655 (2010).


Trade Secrets, Disclosure, and Dissent in a Fracturing Energy Revolution

By Hannah Wiseman


Institutional Advocacy, Constitutional Obligations, and Professional Responsibilities: Arguments for Government Lawyering Without Glasses

By John C. Dehn

Response to: Trevor W. Morrison, Stare Decisis in the Office of Legal Counsel, 110 Colum. L. Rev. 1448 (2010).



Reply to Hasen and Matsusaka

By Robert D. Cooter & Michael D. Gilbert

Rethinking Immigration Detention

By Anil Kalhan



Correct Diagnosis; Wrong Cure: A Response to Professor Suk

By Joan C. Williams




Building Capacity for the Transnational Regulation of Migration

By Cristina M. Rodríguez


Managing Migration Through Crime

By Jennifer M. Chacón


Personal Sovereignty and Normative Power Skepticism

By Jody S. Kraus



“Duty-Defining Power” and the First Amendment’s Civil Domain

By Timothy Zick

Response to: Daniel J. Solove & Neil M. Richards, Rethinking Free Speech and Civil Liability, 109 Colum. L. Rev. 1650 (2009).


On Macaws and Employer Liability: A Response to Professor Zatz

By Tristin K. Green

Response to: Noah D. Zatz, Managing the Macaw: Third-Party Harassers, Accommodation, and the Disaggregation of Discriminatory Intent, 109 Colum. L. Rev. 1357 (2009).


A Short Reply to Professor Volokh

By Darrell A.H. Miller

Response to: Eugene Volokh, The First and Second Amendments, 109 Colum. L. Rev. Sidebar 97 (2009).



The First and Second Amendments

By Eugene Volokh

Response to: Darrell A.H. Miller, Guns as Smut: Defending the Homebound Second Amendment, 109 Colum. L. Rev. 1278 (2009).


Law, Statistics, and the Reference Class Problem

By Edward K. Cheng

Preview of: Edward K. Cheng, A Practical Solution to the Reference Class Problem, 109 Colum. L. Rev. (forthcoming Dec. 2009).



A Closer Look at the Federalization Snowball

By Abigail R. Moncrieff

Companion to: Abigail R. Moncrieff, Federalization Snowballs: The Need for National Action in Medical Malpractice Reform, 109 Colum. L. Rev. 844 (2009).


Should Juries Be the Guide for Adventures Through Apprendi-Land?

By Douglas A. Berman

Response to: W. David Ball, Heinous, Atrocious, and Cruel: Apprendi, Indeterminate Sentencing, and the Meaning of Punishment, 109 Colum. L. Rev. 893 (2009).