Volume 2

No. 1


Front Matter

Intuition, Custom, and Protocol: How to Make Sound Decisions with Limited Knowledge, by Richard A. Epstein

Quaker State: Pennsylvania's Guide to Reducing the Friction for Religious Outsiders Under the Establishment Clause, by Jim Wedeking

"Nine, Of Course": A Dialogue on Congressional Power to Set by Statute the Number of Justices on the Supreme Court, by Peter Nicolas

Institutions, Immigration, and Identity, by Christopher J. Coyne and Peter J. Boettke

Hayek's Relevance: A Comment on Richard A. Posner's, "Hayek, Law, and Cognition", by Donald J. Boudreaux

Election-by-Lot as a Judicial Selection Mechanism, by William Bunting


No. 2


Front Matter

Custom, Reason, and the Common Law: A Reply to Hasnas, by Samuel Morison

Confusion About Hayek's Confusion: A Response to Morison, by John Hasnas

Rejoinder to Hasnas, by Samuel Morison

Legal Reasoning: Justifying Tolerance in the U.S. Supreme Court, by Harel Arnon

The Constitutional Structure of Disestablishment, by Ian Bartrum

Protecting Republican Government from Itself: The Guarantee Clause of Article IV, Section 4, by Jonathan Toren


No. 3


Paternalist Slopes, by Douglas Whitman and Mario Rizzo

Anti-Anti-Anti-Paternalism, by Claire Hill

A Restriction Maybe, But Is It Paternalism? Cognitive Bias and Choosing Governmental Decision Aids, by J.D. Trout

Behavioral Law and Economics, Paternalism, and Consumer Contracts: An Empirical Perspective, by Joshua Wright

Neutralizing Cognitive Bias: An Invitation to Prosecutors, by Alafair Burke

A Liberal Challenge to Behavioral Economics: The Case of Probability, by Alex Stein

The Ambiguous Nature of Ambiguity and Crime Control, by Anat Horovitz and Uzi Segal

Comparing Apples to APPLs: Importing the Doctrine of Adverse Possession in Real Property to Patent Law, by Amie Broder

Pushing Democracy: Content-Based Regulations of the Press in Campaign Finance Law, by Jeffrey Benjamin