Tag Archives: Cardozo Law Review

Elizabeth Reese on the People’s Tenth Amendment

Elizabeth Reese has posted “Or to the People: Popular Sovereignty and the Power to Choose a Government,” published in the Cardozo Law Review, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: To protect state sovereignty, contemporary textualism has reinvigorated the Tenth Amendment … Continue reading

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Alex Pearl: “Redskins: The Property Right to Racism”

M. Alexander Pearl has published “Redskins: The Property Right to Racism” in the Cardozo Law Review. The abstract: Everyone has an opinion, from President Obama to Matthew McConaughey, about the Washington football team name. This Article comprehensively analyzes the legal … Continue reading

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Kevin Maillard on Children as Property

Kevin Noble Maillard has published Rethinking Children as Property: The Transitive Family in the Cardozo Law Review. Here is the abstract: Despite the collective view in law and social practice that it is intrinsically taboo to consider human beings as chattel, … Continue reading

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Cardozo Law Conference on Employment Division v. Smith — No Indian Law Scholars

Ach, hate to point this out. Here is the agenda for last week’s major conference on Employment Division v. Smith at Cardozo, with papers to be published in the Cardozo Law Review (which last published an Indian law article in … Continue reading

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