Home > Journals > Michigan Law Review > MLR > Volume 103 > Issue 6 (2005)
Equality, Objectivity, and Neutrality
Alafair S. Burke
The Originalist and Normative Case Against Judicial Activism: A Reply to Professor Randy Barnett
Steven G. Calabresi
Is U.S. CEO Compensation Inefficient Pay Without Performance?
John E. Core, Wayne R. Guay, and Randall S. Thompson
Frank B. Cross
Is There a Future for Leniency in the U.S. Criminal Justice System?
Nora V. Demleitner
Caught in the Trap: Pricing Racial Housing Preferences
A. Mechele Dickerson
Pluralizing International Criminal Justice
Mark A. Drumbl
Was the Frog Prince Sexually Molested?: A Review of Peter Westen's The Logic of Consent
Heidi M. Hurd
National Identity in a Multicultural Nation: The Challenge of Immigration Law and Immigrants
Kevin R. Johnson and Bill Ong Hing
Alex Kozinski and Alexander Volokh
Does the Supreme Court Matter? Civil Rights and the Inherent Politicization of Constitutional Law
Matthew D. Lassiter
Addressing Imperfections in the Tax System: Procedural or Substantive Reform?
Leandra Lederman and Stephen W. Mazza
Beyond the "War" on Terrorism: Towards the New Intelligence Network
Ronald D. Lee and Paul M. Schwartz
Unity and Pluralism in Contract Law
For Whom Does the Bell Toll: The Bell Tolls for Brown?
Against Interpretive Supremacy
Saikrishna Prakash and John Yoo
Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and Alien Citizens
Theory Wars in the Conflict of Laws
The Ghost of Telecommunications Past
Philip J. Weiser