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Journal of Law and Policy

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Volume 16

2004


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Table of Contents  

Access to Justice:
The Social Responsibility of Lawyers 

Introduction Karen Tokarz   1

Surprising Legacies of Brown v. Board

Martha Minow 11

From Brown to Grutter: The Legal Struggle for Race Equality

Theodore M. Shaw 43
A Conversation with Judge Harry T. Edwards 61
Clients as Teachers Jane Harris Aiken 81

NEW FEDERALISM

Introduction Theodore W. Ruger 89
Real Discrimination? Erwin Chemerinsky 97
State Judges as Guardians of Federalism: Resisting the Federal Arbitration Act's Encroachment on State Law David S. Schwartz 129
Explaining the Original Understanding of Lopez to the Framers: Or, The Framers Spoke Like Us, Didn't They? Conrad J. Weiler, Jr. 163
Unusual Punishment: The Federal Death Penalty in the United States John Brigham 195
Article
Asbestos Litigation in Madison County, Illinois: The Challenge Ahead Victor E. Schwartz
Mark A. Behrens
Kimberly D. Sandner
235
NOTES
Contemporary Visions of the Early Federalist Ideology of James Madison: An Analysis of the United States Supreme Court's Treatment of The Federalist No. 39 Michael J. Mano 257
Building a Statutory Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence: The United States Housing Act and Violence Against Women Act in Collaboration Elizabeth J .Thomas 289
Commercial Speech Doctrine Knocked Out of Boxing Advertising: The Destructive Effect of Adams v. Nevada Athletic Commission on First Amendment Limitation Christopher T. Feldmeir 313
Recent Development
WARNING! EVOLUTION LIES WITHIN: Preserving Academic Freedom in the Classroom with Secular Evolution Disclaimers David J. Hacker 333

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