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Joining Forces: The Role of Collaboration in the Development of Legal Thought
(Journal of Legal Education, 2002)
For every reason to believe that collaboration has been influential... there is a countervailing reason to believe that it has played a minor role in the evolution of legal thought. It may be easy to bring to mind a ...
(Northwestern University Law Review, 2004)
If "justice delayed" is "justice denied,"justice is often denied in American courts. Delay in the courts is a "ceaseless and unremitting problem of modem civil justice" that "has an irreparable effect on both plaintiffs ...
"The Threes": Re-Imagining Supreme Court Decisionmaking
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2008)
In this Essay--the first in a series of essays designed to reimagine the Supreme Court--we argue that Congress should authorize the Court to adopt, in whole or part, panel decision making... With respect to the prospect ...
Remaking the United States Supreme Court in the Courts' of Appeals Image
(Duke Law Journal, 2009)
We argue that Congress should remake the United States Supreme Court in the U.S. courts' of appeals image by increasing the size of the Court's membership, authorizing panel decision making, and retaining an en banc procedure ...
The Futility of Appeal: Disciplinary Insights into the "Affirmance Effect" on the United States Courts of Appeals
(Florida State University Law Review, 2005)
In contrast to the Supreme Court, which typically reverses the cases it hears, the United States Courts of Appeals almost always affirm the cases that they hear. We set out to explore this affirmance effect on the U.S. ...