No. 4 (2013)
Table of Contents
Nino’s Nightmare: Legal Process Theory as a Jurisprudence of Toggling Between Facts and NormsWilliam N. Eskridge Jr.
Decision Theory and Babbitt v. Sweet Home: Skepticism About Norms, Discretion, and the Virtues of PurposivismVictoria F. Nourse
A Harder “Hard Case”Doug Williams
Faithful Agency Versus Ordinary Meaning AdvocacyJames J. Brudney
Steer Clear of the Twilight Zone and Apply Common Sense: A Few Thoughts on Statutory InterpretationRichard D. Cudahy
Interpretation and AccessibilityKaren Petroski
Not Making Sales Paid Too Well for Pharmaceutical Reps: Why the Result in Christopher v. Smithkline Beecham Corp. Makes Sense Even if Its Statutory Construction Does NotRobert J. Hurtt Jr.
Modernizing Underinsured Motorist Coverage in Missouri: Removing the Insurance Paradox Between Uninsured and Underinsured Coverage via Legislative ActionDavid W. Reynolds
When, Where and Why the First Amendment Protects the Right to Record Police Communications: A Substantial Interference Guideline for Determining the Scope of the Right to Record and for Revamping Restrictive State Wiretapping LawsJustin Welply
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