Res Gestae

Res Gestae

 

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 2016

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A Plan to Strengthen the Paris Climate Agreement, Bryan H. Druzin

Submissions from 2015

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Originalism As Thin Description: An Interdisciplinary Critique, Saul Cornell

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State (Un)Separated Powers and Commandeering, Aaron P. Brecher

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Toward a Writing-Centered Legal Education, Adam Lamparello

Submissions from 2014

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Actual Innocence in New York: The Curious Case of People v. Hamilton, Benjamin E. Rosenberg

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A Tribute to Ronald Coase: A Legend Misunderstood, Philip L. Fraietta

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FISA Surveillance and Aliens, Amit K. Chhabra

Submissions from 2013

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Commencement Address, Preet Bharara

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De Novo Denied: District Courts' Reliance on Camardo Is Clear Error, Brian J. Levy

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Popular Constitutional Values: The Links Between Public Opinion and the Supreme Court's 2011 Term, Peter J. Woolley and Bruce G. Peabody

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The Economics of Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: The Efficiency of a Balanced Approach to the First Sale Doctrine, Guy A. Rub

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The Public’s Constitutional Thinking and the Fate of Health Care Reform: PPACA as Case Study, Bruce G. Peabody and Peter J. Woolley

Submissions from 2012

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A Conversation on Financial Literacy, Susan Block-Lieb and Andrea Boyack

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A House of Cards Falls: Why "Too Big to Debar" is All Slogan and Little Substance, Jessica Tillipman

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Apoplectic About Hyperlexis, William D. Araiza

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Honor and Civil Recourse: A Response to Nathan Oman’s The Honor of Private Law, Benjamin C. Zipursky

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Rejecting Sovereign Immunity in Public Law Litigation, Howard M. Wasserman

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Two Cheers for the Constitution of the United States: A Response to Professor Lee J. Strang, Patrick McKinley Brennan

Submissions from 2011

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A Commentary on the Committee on the Rights of the Child's Definition of Non-Refoulement for Children: Broad Protection for Fundamental Rights, Alice Farmer

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A Conversation Without End: Human Rights Law In Perspective?, Colin Harvey

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Battered Women, Self-Defense, and the Law, Joshua Dressler and Holly Maguigan

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History Redux: The Unheard Voices of Domestic Violence Victims, A Comment on Aviva Orenstein’s Sex, Threats and Absent Victims, Myrna S. Raeder

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Polls, the Public, and Popular Perspectives on Constitutional Issues, Bruce G. Peabody and Peter J. Woolley

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“Private Ordering” Taken a Tad Too Far, Brett H. McDonnell

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Res Publica: Public Opinion, Constitutional Law, and the Supreme Court’s 2010 Term, Bruce G. Peabody and Peter J. Woolley