New York University Journal of Law & Liberty 

VOLUME 9

NO. 1

FOREWORD: THE SUPREME COURT’S SHADOW DOCKET, William Baude

MCCUTCHEON V. FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION :AN UNLIKELY BLOCKBUSTER, Bradley A. Smith

FROM STATUS TO CONTRACT TO STATUS: BURWELL V. HOBBY LOBBY AND THE PRIMITIVISM OF POLITICS, Trevor Burrus

AGREEMENT AT THE SUPREME COURT: THE THREE IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING RILEY V. CALIFORNIA, Brianne J. Gorod

ABC V. AEREO AND THE HUMBLE JUDGE, James Y. Stern

AN OAK IS AN OAK IS AN OAK IS AN OAK: THE DISAPPOINTING ENTRENCHMENT IN HALLIBURTON CO. V. ERICA P. JOHN FUND OF THE IMPLIED PRIVATE RIGHT OF ACTION UNDER SECTION 10(B) AND RULE 10B-5, Eric C. Chaffee

IS IGNORANCE OF THE LAW AN EXCUSE FOR THE POLICE TO VIOLATE THE FOURTH AMENDMENT?, John W. Whitehead

ARE THE WORST KINDS OF MONOPOLIES IMMUNE FROM ANTITRUST LAW?: FTC V. NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS AND THE STATE- ACTION EXEMPTION, Alexander Volokh

REED V. TOWN OF GILBERT: SIGNS OF (DIS)CONTENT?, Ashutosh Bhagwat

COMPELLED DIPLOMACY IN ZIVOTOFSKY V. KERRY, Ryan M. Scoville

DOES “THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS” INCLUDE A RIGHT TO ANONYMITY? THE ORIGINAL MEANING, Robert G. Natelson

BEHAVIOR, PATERNALISM, AND POLICY: EVALUATING CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION, Adam C. Smith and Todd Zywicki

OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND: HOW OPPORTUNITY COST NEGLECT UNDERMINES DEMOCRACY, Gary M. Lucas, Jr.

 

NO. 2

THE TENTH ANNUAL FRIEDRICH A. VON HAYEK LECTURE, POSSESSION AS A NATURAL RIGHT, Thomas W. Merrill

CONSTRUCTING AUTONOMY, Bailey Kuklin

OPTIONAL LAW IN PROPERTY: THEORETICAL CRITIQUES AND A NEW VIEW OF THE CATHEDRALl, Yun–chien Chang

CARICATURE ASSASSINATION: ANDREW KOPPELMAN AND THE MYTH OF TOUGH LUCK LIBERTARIANISM, Anastasia P. Boden

THE WAR ON DRUGS AND TAXES: HOW TAX EXPENDITURES ANALYSIS CAN SHED LIGHT ON CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE, Isaiah M. Hunter

CHILD'S PLAY: A SIMPLE CONSTITUTIONAL ROUTE TO REGULATION OF HOME SCHOOLS, Stefan McDaniel*

*Winner of the Flora S. and Jacob L. Newman Prize to the graduating student who has written the most outstanding note for the Journal of Law & Liberty.

 

NO. 3

SYMPOSIUM ON ECONOMIC LIBERTIES AND STATE CONSTITUTIONS, Honorable Robert S. Smith

ARTICLES

‘THE SACREDNESS OF PRIVATE PROPERTY:’ STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND THE PROTECTION OF ECONOMIC RIGHTS BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR, James W. Ely Jr.

THE INSCRUTABLE (YET IRREPRESSIBLE) STATE POLICE POWER, Daniel B. Rodriguez

THE U.S. AND THE STATE CONSTITUTIONS: AN UNNOTICED DIALOGUE, Steven G. Calabresi, Sarah E. Agudo, and Katherine L. Dore

THE DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD OF STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, Richard A. Epstein

LEX TERRAE 800 YEARS ON: THE MAGNA CARTA’S LEGACY TODAY, Timothy Sandefur

BOOK REVIEW

THE JURISPRUDENCE OF JUSTICE ANTONIN SCALIA: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR BRUCE ALLEN MURPHY AND PROFESSOR JUSTIN DRIVER, Steven G. Calabresi and Justin Braga

NOTE

JUDICIAL REVIEW OF PLAN SUPPORT AGREEMENTS: A REVIEW AND ANALYSIS, Isaac Sasson