Volume 99

Volume 99, Issue 5

June 2021

INTRODUCTION

APPRENDI AT 20: REVIVING THE JURY’S ROLE IN SENTENCING
Stephanos Bibas

ARTICLES

THE SIXTH AMENDMENT SENTENCING RIGHT AND ITS REMEDY
Carissa Byrne Hessick

HANDLING AGGRAVATING FACTS AFTER BLAKELY: FINDINGS FROM FIVE PRESUMPTIVE-GUIDELINES STATES
Nancy J. King

APPRENDI’S TWO CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
Kate Stith

THE SIXTH AND EIGHTH AMENDMENT NEXUS AND THE FUTURE OF MANDATORY SENTENCES
William W. Berry III

THE FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES: SOME VALEDICTORY REFLECTIONS TWENTY YEARS AFTER APPRENDI
Frank O. Bowman, III

APPRENDI/BOOKER AND ANEMIC APPELLATE REVIEW
Nancy Gertner

ESSAY

A RACIALLY BIASED OBSTACLE COURSE: APPRENDI TRANSFORMED THE FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES INTO A SERIES OF JUDICIAL OBSTACLES; CAN SHAME REDUCE THE RACIAL DISPARITIES?
Kallie S. Klein & Susan R. Klein

Volume 99, Issue 4

MAY 2021

ARTICLES

THEIR HOME IS NOT THEIR CASTLE: SUBSIDIZED HOUSING’S INTRUSION INTO FAMILY PRIVACY AND DECISION AUTONOMY
Michelle Y. Ewert

PHYSICIANS’ ELUSIVE PUBLIC HEALTH DUTIES
Richard S. Saver

DELAY & IRREPARABLE HARM: A STUDY OF EXHAUSTION THROUGH THE LENS OF THE IDEA
Rosemary Queenan

THE EMOTIONAL WOMAN
Alena M. Allen

CRIMINAL LAW X ADDICTION
Dawinder S. Sidhu

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

THE FOURTH AMENDMENT IN YOUR SHOWER: NAPERVILLE, REASONABLE EXPECTATIONS OF PRIVACY, AND THE INTIMATE NATURE OF ELECTRIC SMART METER DATA
Alexandra Franklin

FLAG OF CONVENIENCE: SUBSTITUTING VOID-FOR-VAGUENESS DOCTRINE FOR EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS IN MANNING V. CALDWELL
Nathan Pinnell

Volume 99, Issue 3

APRIL 2021

ARTICLES

THE END OF ENTRY FICTION
Eunice Lee

UPSTREAM TAX PLANNING: A CASE STUDY OF WHY CONGRESS SHOULD INSTITUTE A GENERAL ANTI-ABUSE RULE
Jay A. Soled

THE CONSTITUTIONAL IRRELEVANCE OF ART
Brian Soucek

COMMENTS

CHARTER SCHOOLS, EMOs, AND SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY
Andrew M. Benton

PREEMPTION PROBLEM: DOES ERISA PREEMPT THE CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT?
Katherine Q. Morrow

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

PLEADING FOR JUSTICE: AN ANALYSIS OF PLEADING SUFFICIENCY AND CLASS ACTION CERTIFICATION AS APPLIED TO VULNERABLE POPULATIONS IN WILLIS V. CITY OF SEATTLE
Heather Helmendach

IS THE CHERRY SOUR? WHY DOCTRINAL BORROWING HAS CAUSED THE CHERRY DOCTRINE TO CONVERGE WITH RICO LAW
Dale A. Davis

Volume 99, Issue 2

JANUARY 2021

ARTICLES

LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE SENTENCING IN NORTH CAROLINA
Brandon L. Garrett, Travis M. Seale-Carlisle, Karima Modjadidi & Kristen M. Renberg

CONSTRUCTING A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT: BORROWING AND SECOND AMENDMENT DESIGN CHOICES
Jacob D. Charles

POLICING SYMMETRY
Teressa Ravenell & Riley H. Ross III

INSEPARABLE USES
Mark Verstraete

COMMENTS

FROG EYES AND PIG BUTTS: THE NORTH CAROLINA STALKING STATUTE’S CONSTITUTIONAL DILEMMA AND HOW TO REMEDY IT
Nathan W. Wilson

MISFIRE: HOW THE NORTH CAROLINA PISTOL PURCHASE PERMIT SYSTEM MISSES THE MARK OF CONSTITUTIONAL MUSTER AND EFFECTIVENESS
Nicholas Gallo

Volume 99, Issue 1

DECEMBER 2020

ARTICLES

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS


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