Volume 1

No. 0: Hayek

Orlan Lee, The Law of a Free Society Emerges Like the Laws of Economics: F.A. Hayek from The Road to Serfdom to Law, Legislation & Liberty, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 17 (2005).

Andrew P. Morriss, Hayek & Cowboys: Customary Law in the American West, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 35 (2005).

Eugene Heath, Spontaneous Social Order and Liberalism, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 65 (2005).

John Hasnas, Hayek, the Common Law, and Fluid Drive, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 79 (2005).

G. Marcus Cole, Shopping for Law in a Coasean Market, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 111 (2005).

Richard A. Posner, Hayek, Law, and Cognition, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 147 (2005).

Ellen Frankel Paul, Hayek on Monopoly and Antitrust in the Crucible of United States v. Microsoft, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 167 (2005).

Richard A. Epstein, The Uses and Limits of Local Knowledge: A Cautionary Note on Hayek, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 205 (2005).

Scott A. Beaulier, Peter J. Boettke, & Christopher J. Coyne, Knowledge, Economics, and Coordination: Understanding Hayek's Legal Theory, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 209 (2005).

Samuel Taylor Morison, A Hayekian Theory of Social Justice, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 225 (2005).

M. Todd Henderson, The Influence of F.A. Hayek on Law: An Empirical Analysis, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 249 (2005).

Thomas A. Smith, Finding Hayek, 1 N.Y.U. J. L. & Liberty 291 (2005).

Book Reviews

No. 1: Lochner

Front Matter

Randy E. Barnett, FOREWORD: WHAT’S SO WICKED ABOUT LOCHNER?

Richard A. Epstein, OF CITIZENS AND PERSONS: RECONSTRUCTING THE PRIVILEGES OR IMMUNITIES CLAUSE OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT

Jonathan Lurie, REFLECTIONS ON JUSTICE SAMUEL F. MILLER AND THE SLAUGHTER-HOUSE CASES: STILL A MEATY SUBJECT

James E. Ely, Jr., THE PROTECTION OF CONTRACTUAL RIGHTS: A TALE OF TWO CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS

Paul Kens, LOCHNER V. NEW YORK: TRADITION OR CHANGE IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW?

Wayne McCormack, LOCHNER, LIBERTY, PROPERTY, AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Matthew S.R. Bewig, LABORING IN THE “POISONOUS GASES”: CONSUMPTION, PUBLIC HEALTH, AND THE LOCHNER COURT

Daniel A. Crane, LOCHNERIAN ANTITRUST

Ellen Frankel Paul, FREEDOM OF CONTRACT AND THE “POLITICAL ECONOMY” OF LOCHNER V. NEW YORK

Rebecca L. Brown, THE ART OF READING LOCHNER

Jonathan Klick & Francesco Parisi, WEALTH, UTILITY, AND THE HUMAN DIMENSION

Todd Zywicki & Asheesh Agarwal, WINE, COMMERCE, AND THE CONSTITUTION

BOOK Reviews: Larry D. Kramer's The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review, and Randy E. Barnett's Restoring the Lost Constitution

Reviews by Glenn Harlan Reynolds and Jack N. Rakove

 

No. 2: Fifth Amendment

Front Matter

George C. Thomas III, COLONIAL CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE: THE ROYAL COLONY OF NEW JERSEY 1749-57

Charles Hobson, THE MINIMALIST PRIVILEGE

Wesley MacNeil Oliver, THE RISE AND FALL OF MATERIAL WITNESS DETENTION IN NINETEENTH CENTURY NEW YORK

Garrett Epps, THE OTHER SULLIVAN CASE

Mario J. Rizzo, THE PROBLEM OF MORAL DIRIGISME: A NEW ARGUMENT AGAINST MORALISTIC LEGISLATION

Ken Lammers, CANINE SNIFFS: THE SEARCH THAT ISN’T

Christopher R. Edgar, THE “TRADITIONAL STATE FUNCTION” DOCTRINE: A COMPARATIVE INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Clark Neily, NO SUCH THING: LITIGATING UNDER THE RATIONAL BASIS TEST

Todd Seavey, ESSAY ON LIBERTY: LIBERTARIANS IN BUSH’S WORLD

BOOK Reviews

TARA ROSS, ENLIGHTENED DEMOCRACY: THE CASE FOR THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE, Review by Seth Barrett Tillman

BEAU BRESLAN: THE COMMUNITARIAN CONSTITUTION, Review by Elizabeth Dale

No. 3

Jan Narveson, Anarchy, State, and Utopia Thirty Years Later: Nozick on Taxation

Ilya Somin, The Case Against Economic Development Takings

Gregory S. Alexander, Eminent Domain and Secondary Rent-Seeking

Daniel J. Hulsebosch, The Anti-Federalist Tradition in Nineteenth-Century Takings Jurisprudence

Liam Murphy, Taxes, Property, Justice

Jonathan H. Adler, Back to the Future of Conservation: Changing Perceptions of Property Rights & Environmental Protection

Alan Calnan, In Defense of the Liberal Justice Theory of Torts: A Reply to Professors Goldberg and Zipursky

William Barnett II, Walter Block, and Gene Callahan, The Paradox of Coase as a Defender of Free Markets

Richard A. Epstein, Further Thoughts on the Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment

Robin Jane Effron, Dependence, Identity, and Abortion Politics

Book Review

Terry L. Anderson & Peter J. Hill's The Not So Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier, Review by Andrew P. Morriss

Debate

Walter Block & Richard Epstein Debate on Eminent Domain