Res Gestae is the online companion to the Fordham Law Review. Res Gestae provides scholars and practitioners with a forum to respond to articles published in the Law Review and to comment on contemporary legal issues.
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Submissions from 2012
A Conversation on Financial Literacy, Susan Block-Lieb and Andrea Boyack
Apoplectic About Hyperlexis, William D. Araiza
Honor and Civil Recourse: A Response to Nathan Oman’s The Honor of Private Law, Benjamin C. Zipursky
Rejecting Sovereign Immunity in Public Law Litigation, Howard M. Wasserman
Two Cheers for the Constitution of the United States: A Response to Professor Lee J. Strang, Patrick McKinley Brennan
Submissions from 2011
Battered Women, Self-Defense, and the Law, Joshua Dressler and Holly Maguigan
Polls, the Public, and Popular Perspectives on Constitutional Issues, Bruce G. Peabody and Peter J. Woolley
“Private Ordering” Taken a Tad Too Far, Brett H. McDonnell
Res Publica: Public Opinion, Constitutional Law, and the Supreme Court’s 2010 Term, Bruce G. Peabody and Peter J. Woolley