Notable Past Contributors

Notable Past Contributors

Floyd AbramsThe Press Is Different: Reflections on Justice Stewart and the Autonomous Press, 7 Hofstra L. Rev. 563 (1979).

Aaron D. TwerskiOn Territoriality and Sovereignty: System Shock and Constitutional Choice of Law 10 Hofstra L. Rev. 149 (1981).

Aaron D. TwerskiFrom Risk-Utility to Consumer Expectation: Enhancing the Role of Judicial Screening in Product Liability Litigation,11 Hofstra L. Rev. 861 (1983).

Wilfred FeinbergUnique Customs and Practices of the Second Circuit, 14 Hofstra L. Rev. 297 (1986).

Stephen BreyerThe Federal Sentencing Guidelines and the Key Compromises Upon Which They Rest, 17 Hofstra L. Rev. 1 (1988).

James L. OakesCopyrights and Copyremedies: Unfair Use and Injunctions, 18 Hofstra L. Rev. 983 (1990).

Patrick E. HigginbothamReflections on Reform of § 2254 Habeas Petitions, 18 Hofstra L. Rev. 1005 (1990).

Joseph W. BellacosaObligatory Pro Bono Publico Legal Services: Mandatory or Voluntary? Distinction Without a Difference?, 19 Hofstra L. Rev. 745 (1991).

Richard A. PosnerThe Strangest Attack Yet on Law and Economics, 20 Hofstra L. Rev. 933 (1992).

Judith T. YoungerMarriage, Divorce, and the Family: A Cautionary Tale, 21 Hofstra L. Rev. 1367 (1993).

William K. JonesConfiscation: A Rationale of the Law of Takings, 24 Hofstra L. Rev. 1 (1995).

William E. NelsonThe Growth of Distrust: The Emergence of Hostility Toward Government Regulation of the Economy, 25 Hofstra L. Rev. 1 (1996).

William N. Eskridge, Jr.Challenging the Apartheid of the Closet: Establishing Conditions for Lesbian and Gay Intimacy, Nomos, and Citizenship, 1961-1981, 25 Hofstra L. Rev. 817 (1997).

Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.The Client Fraud Problem: A Justinian Quartet, 25 Hofstra L. Rev. 1041 (1997).

Richard H. Walker & David M. LevineThe Limits of Central Bank’s Textualist Approach-Attempts to Overdraw the Bank Prove unsuccessful, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 1 (1997).

David L. ChambersPolygamy and Same-Sex Marriage, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 53 (1997).

Daniel J. GiffordLabor Policy in Late Twentieth Century Capitalism: New Paradoxes for the Democratic State, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 85 (1997).

Ruth Bader GinsburgConstitutional Adjudication in the United States as a Means of Advancing the Equal Stature of Men and Women Under the Law, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 263 (1997).

Shirley S. Abrahamson & Michael J. FischerAll the World’s a Courtroom: Judging in the New Millenium, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 273 (1997).

William H. SimonEthics, Professionalism, and Meaningful Work, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 445 (1997).

Dolores K. SloviterIf Courts Are Open, Must Cameras Follow?, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 873 (1998).

Jonathan R. Macey
The Legality and Utility of the Shareholders Rights Bylaw, 26 Hofstra L. Rev. 835 (1998).

Abbe Smith,
 Defending Defending: The Case for Unmitigated Zeal on Behalf of People Who Do Terrible Things, 28 Hofstra L. Rev. 925 (2000).

Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow,
 When Winning Isn’t Everything: The Lawyer as Problem Solver, 28 Hofstra L. Rev. 905 (2000).

Katharine T. Bartlett,
 Comparing Race and Sex Discrimination in Custody Cases, 28 Hofstra L. Rev. 877 (2000).

Margaret Thatcher,
 Reflections on Liberty, 28 Hofstra L. Rev. 869 (2000).

William K. Jones,
 Tort Triad: Slumbering Sentinels, Vicious Assailants, and Victims Variously Vigilant, 30 Hofstra L. Rev. 253 (2001).

Herma Hill Kay,
 “Making Marriage and Divorce Safe for Women” Revisited, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 71 (2003).

Nancy L. Rosenblum,
 Democratic Families: “The Logic of Congruence” and Political Identity, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 145 (2003).

Barry C. Feld,
 Competence, Culpability, and Punishment: Implications of Atkins for Executing and Sentencing Adolescents, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 463 (2003).

Alex Kozinski,
 The Real Issues of Judicial Ethics, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 1095 (2004).

John T. Noonan, Jr.,
 Making the Case One’s Own, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 1139 (2004).

Shira A. Sheindlin & Matthew L. Schwartz,
 With All Due Deference: Judicial Responsibility in a Time of Crisis, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 1605 (2004).

Rachel F. Moran,
 Love With a Proper Stranger: What Anti-Miscegenation Laws Can Tell Us About the Meaning of Race, Sex, and Marriage, 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 1663 (2004).

Geoffrey P. Miller,
 Review of the Merits in Class Action Certification,33 Hofstra L. Rev. 51 (2004).

Jonathan Macey, Idea, Delaware: Home of the World’s Most Expensive Raincoat, 33 Hofstra L. Rev. 1131 (2005).

Richard A. Epstein, Idea, Executive Power, the Commander in Chief, and the Militia Clause, 34 Hofstra L. Rev. 317 (2005).

Ronald D. Rotunda, Judicial Ethics, the Appearance of Impropriety, and the Proposed New ABA Judicial Code, 34 Hofstra L. Rev. 1337 (2006).

Cass R. Sunstein, Idea, Timing Controversial Decisions, 35 Hofstra L. Rev. 1 (2006).

Richard Delgado, Idea, You Are Living in a Gold Rush, 35 Hofstra L. Rev. 417 (2006).

John Yoo & Glenn Sulmasy, Idea, The Proliferation Security Initiative: A Model for International Cooperation, 35 Hofstra L. Rev. 405 (2006).

Robert L. Rabin & Stephen D. Sugarman, Idea, The Case for Specially Compensating the Victims of Terrorist Acts: An Assessment, 35 Hofstra L. Rev. 901 (2007).

David G. Owen, Idea, The Five Elements of Negligence, 35 Hofstra L. Rev. 1671 (2007).

Philip G. Schrag, Federal Student Loan Repayment Assistance for Public Interest Lawyers and Other Employees of Governments and Nonprofit Organizations, 36 Hofstra L. Rev. 27 (2007).

Mari Matsuda, Idea, The Flood: Political Economy and Disaster, 36 Hofstra L. Rev. 1 (2007).

 

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