Reviews Listed by Volume and Number: Volume 9 (1999)

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Number 1 (January 1998): Amar, Akhil Reed. The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction.

Number 1 (January 1998): Chiasson, Lloyd. The Press on Trial: Crimes and Trials as Media Events.

Number 1 (January 1998): Dinan, John J. Keeping the People's Liberties: Legislators, Citizens, and Judges as Guardians of Rights.

Number 1 (January 1999): Fed Law EasySearch CD-ROM. Oryx Corporation.

Number 1 (January 1999): Fleisher, Mark S. Dead End Kids: Gang Girls and the Boys They Know.

Number 1 (January 1999): Hoffnung, Menachem. Democracy, Law and National Security in Israel.

Number 1 (January 1999): Markesinis, Basil S. Foreign Law and Comparative Methodology: A Subject and A Thesis.

Number 1 (January 1999): Mosher, Clayton James. Discrimination and Denial: Systemic Racism in Ontario's Legal and Criminal Justice Systems, 1892-1961.

Number 1 (January 1999): Slotnick, Elliot E. and Jennifer A. Segal. Television News and the Supreme Court: All the News That's Fit to Air?

Number 1 (January 1999): Stith, Kate and Jose A. Cabranes. Fear of Judging: Sentencing Guidelines in the Federal Court.

Number 1 (January 1999): Uhlmann, Michael M. ed. Last Ritghs: Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Debated.

Number 1 (January 1999): Waldrep, Christopher. Roots of Disorder: Race and Criminal Justice in the American South, 1817-1880.

Number 1 (January 1999): Wolfe, Christopher. Response to Dorin's review of the above title (Judicial Activism-Bulwark of Liberty or Precarious Security?).

Number 2 (February 1999): Beatson, Jack. European Public Law.

Number 2 (February 1999): Bix, Brian. Analyzing Law: New Essays in Legal Theory.

Number 2 (February 1999): Brazier, Rodney. Constitutional Reform: Reshaping the British Political System.

Number 2 (February 1999): Flax, Jane. The American Dream in Black and White: The Clarence Thomas Hearings.

Number 2 (February 1999): Foreman, Christopher H. The Promise and Peril of Environmental Justice.

Number 2 (February 1999): Fowler, Michael Ross. With Justice For All? The Nature of the American Legal System.

Number 2 (February 1999): Hirshman, Linda R. and Jane E. Larson Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex.

Number 2 (February 1999): Hudson, David Michael. Along Racial Lines: Consequences of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

Number 2 (February 1999): Jarvis, Robert M. and Paul R, Joseph. Prime Time Law: Fictional Television As Legal Narrative.

Number 2 (February 1999): Markovits, Richard S. Matters of Principle: Legitimate Legal Argument and Constitutional Interpretation.

Number 2 (February 1999): McLaren, John and Harold Coward, eds. Religious Conscience, the State, and the Law: Historical Contexts and Contemporary Significance.

Number 2 (February 1999): Sarat, Austin The Killing State: Capital Punishment in Law, Politics and Culture.

Number 2 (February 1999): Schlag, Pierre. The Enchantment of Reason.

Number 2 (February 1999): Schwartz, Bernard. The Burger Court: Counter-Revolution or Confirmation?

Number 2 (February 1999): Tarr, G. Alan. Understanding State Constitutions.

Number 2 (February 1999): Tiersma, Peter M. Legal Language

Number 2 (February 1999): Walker, Samuel. The Rights Revolution: Rights and Community in Modern America.

Number 2 (February 1999): Werth, Barry. Damages: One Family's Legal Struggles in the World of Medicine.

Number 3 (March 1999): Baker, Randall. Environmental Law and Policy in the European Union and the United States.

Number 3 (March 1999): Christianson, Scott. With Liberty For Some: 500 Years of Imprisonment in North America.

Number 3 (March 1999): Gobert, James. Justice, Democracy and the Jury.

Number 3 (March 1999): Inglehart, Louis Edward (ed.). Press and Speech Freedoms in the World, From Antiquity Until 1998: A Chronology.

Number 3 (March 1999): Lazarus, Edward. Closed Chambers: The First Eyewitness Account of the Epic Struggles Inside the Supreme Court.

Number 3 (March 1999): Rosenberg, Ronald, ed. Environment, Property and the Law: Federal and State Decisions and Journal Articles.

Number 3 (March 1999): Sebok, Anthony J. Legal Positivism in American Jurisprudence.

Number 3 (March 1999): Slaughter, Anne-Marie, Alec Stone Sweet and Joseph H.H. Weiler eds The European Courts and National Courts: Doctrine and Jurisprudence.

Number 3 (March 1999): Stephens, Otis H. and John M. Scheb II. American Constitutional Law.

Number 3 (March 1999): Unah, Isaac. The Courts of International Trade: Judicial Specialization, Expertise and Buereaucratic Policy-Making.

Number 3 (March 1999): Unwakah, Oneyebuchi T. Due Process in Nigeria's Administrative Law System: History, Current Status and Future.

Number 3 (March 1999): Uwakah, Oneyebuchi T Due Process in Nigeria's Administrative Law System: History, Current Status and Future.

Number 4 (April 1999): Amato, Giuliano. Antitrust and the Bounds of Power.

Number 4 (April 1999): Best, Joel. Controlling Vice: Regulating Brothel Prostitution in St. Paul, 1865-1883.

Number 4 (April 1999): Downes, David and Paul Rock. Understanding Deviance: A Guide to the Sociology of Crime and Rule Breaking.

Number 4 (April 1999): Gerber, Scott Douglas. First Principles: The Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas

Number 4 (April 1999): Goulbourne, Selina, ed. Law and Migration.

Number 4 (April 1999): Griffiths, John, Alex Blood and Helen Weyers. Euthanasia and Law in the Netherlands.

Number 4 (April 1999): Halbrook, Stephen P. Freedmen, the Fourteenth Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms

Number 4 (April 1999): Howard, John R. The Shifting Wind: The Supreme Court and Civil Rights From Reconstruction to Brown.

Number 4 (April 1999): Lyles, Kevin L. The Gatekeepers: Federal District Courts and the Political Process.

Number 4 (April 1999): Musson, Anthony and W.M. Ormrod. The Evolution of English Justice: Law, Politics and Society in the Fourteenth Century.

Number 4 (April 1999): Myers, Martha A. Race, Labor and Punishment in the New South.

Number 4 (April 1999): Tomkins, Adam. The Constitution After Scott: Government Unwrapped.

Number 4 (April 1999): Van Hoy, Jerry. Franchise Law Firms and the Transformation of Personal Legal Rights.

Number 4 (April 1999): Van Tassel, Emily Field and Paul Finkelman, eds. Impeachable Offenses: A Documentary History from 1787 to the Present.

Number 4 (April 1999): Williams, Juan. Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary.

Number 5 (May 1999): Geis, Gilbert and Leigh B. Bienen. Crimes of the Century: From Leopold Loeb to O.J. Simpson.

Number 5 (May 1999): Geis, Gilbert and Leigh B. Bienen. Crimes of the Century: From Leopold and Loeb to O.J. Simpson.

Number 5 (May 1999): Gerber, Scott Douglas, ed. Seriatim: The Supreme Court Before John Marshall.

Number 5 (May 1999): Gleave, Robert, ed. Islamic Law: Theory and Practice.

Number 5 (May 1999): Gunningham, Neil and Peter Grabosky. Smart Regulation: Designing Environmental Policy.

Number 5 (May 1999): Strum, Philippa. When the Nazis Came to Skokie.

Number 5 (May 1999): Waltenburg, Eric N. and Bill Swinford. Litigating Federalism: The States Before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Number 6 (June 1999): Beigbeder, Yves Judging War Criminals: The Politics of International Justice.

Number 6 (June 1999): Carruthers, Bruce G. Rescuing Business: The Making of Corporate Bankruptcy Law in England and the United States.

Number 6 (June 1999): Cole, David. No Equal Justice: Race and Class in the American Criminal Justice System.

Number 6 (June 1999): Diffie, Whitfield and Susan Landau. Privacy on the Line: The Politics of Wiretapping and Encryption.

Number 6 (June 1999): Epp, Charles R. The Rights Revolution: Lawyers, Activists and Supreme Courts in Comparative Perspective.

Number 6 (June 1999): Finckenauer, James O. and Elin J. Waring. Russian Mafia in America: Immigration, Culture and Crime.

Number 6 (June 1999): Foster, Kenneth R. and Peter W. Huber. Judging Science: Scientific Knowledge and the Federal Courts.

Number 6 (June 1999): Giles, Robert and Robert W. Snyder (eds.) Covering the Courts: Free Press, Fair Trials and Journalistic Performance.

Number 6 (June 1999): Grofman, Bernard. Race and Redistricting in the 1990s.

Number 6 (June 1999): Kenney, Sally J. and William M. Reisinger and John C. Reitz (eds.) Constitutional Dialogues in Comparative Perspective.

Number 6 (June 1999): Kerber, Linda K. No Constitutional Right to be Ladies.

Number 6 (June 1999): Koch, Brigitte C. M. The Politics of Crime Prevention.

Number 6 (June 1999): Kousser, J. Morgan. Colorblind Justice: Minority Voting Rights and the Undoing of the Second Reconstruction.

Number 6 (June 1999): Kramer, Matthew H., N.E. Simmonds and Hillel Steiner. A Debate Over Rights: Philosophical Enquiries.

Number 6 (June 1999): Lyons, William. The Politics of Community Policing: Rearranging the Power to Punish.

Number 6 (June 1999): Papke, David Ray. The Pullman Case: The Clash of Law and Capital in Industrial America.

Number 6 (June 1999): Scheiber, Harry N. The State and Freedom of Contract.

Number 6 (June 1999): Scheingold, Stuart A. Politics, Crime Control and Culture.

Number 6 (June 1999): Scherer, Jennifer M. and Rita J. Simon. Euthanasia and the Right to Die: A Comparative View.

Number 6 (June 1999): Sellers, M.N.S. The Sacred Fire of Liberty: Republicanism, Liberalism and the Law.

Number 6 (June 1999): Tillman, Robert. Broken Promises: Fraud by Small Business Health Insurers.

Number 6 (June 1999): Tushnet, Mark. Taking the Constitution away from the Courts.

Number 6 (June 1999): Vig, Norman J. and Regina S. Axelrod (eds.). The Global Environment: Institutions, Law and Policy.

Number 7 (July 1999): Atkinson, David N. Leaving the Bench: Supreme Court Justices at the End.

Number 7 (July 1999): Barker, Christine R. Gender Perceptions and the Law.

Number 7 (July 1999): Bohon, James F The House of Atreus: Abortion as a Human Rights Issue.

Number 7 (July 1999): Bowers, James R. and Stephen Daniels. Hypotheticals: Supreme Court Decision Making and Constitutional Interpretation.

Number 7 (July 1999): Evans, Malcolm D. and Rod Morgan. Preventing Torture: A Study of the European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.

Number 7 (July 1999): Gerstmann, Evan. The Constitutional Underclass: Gays, Lesbians, and the Failure of Class-Based Equal Protection.

Number 7 (July 1999): Halttunen, Karen. Murder Most Foul: The Killer and the American Gothic Imagination.

Number 7 (July 1999): Kritzer, Herbert M. Legal Advocacy: Lawyers and Non-Lawyers at Work

Number 7 (July 1999): Levin, Daniel Lessard. Representing Popular Sovereignty: The Constitution in American Political Culture.

Number 7 (July 1999): Lewis, Frederick P. The Context of Judicial Activism: The Endurance of the Warren Court Legacy in a Conservative Age.

Number 7 (July 1999): Meltz, Robert, Dwight H. Merriam and Richard M. Frank. The Takings Issue: Constitutional Limits on Land-Use Control and Environmental Regulation.

Number 7 (July 1999): Peay, Jill. Criminal Justice and the Mentally Disordered.

Number 7 (July 1999): Ramseyer, Mark J. and Minoru Nakazato. Japanese Law: An Economic Approach.

Number 7 (July 1999): Shiffrin, Steven H. Dissent, Injustice and the Meanings of America. /i>

Number 7 (July 1999): Stern, Vivien. A Sin Against the Future: Imprisonment in the World.

Number 7 (July 1999): Uviller, H. Richard. The Tilted Playing Field: Is Criminal Justice Fair?

Number 7 (July 1999): Wilkes, John. The Star Chamber: The Independent Counsel's Investigation of the President.

Number 8 (August 1999): Douzinas, Costas and Lynda Nead. (Eds.) Law and the Image: the Authority of Art and the Aesthetics of Law.

Number 8 (August 1999): Gibney, Mark and Stanislaw Frankowski (eds.). Judicial Protection of Human Rights: Myth or Reality?

Number 8 (August 1999): Laufer, William S. and Freda Adler. (Eds.) The Criminology of Criminal Law, Advances in Criminological Theory, Volume 8.

Number 8 (August 1999): Lock, Shmuel. Crime, Public Opinion and Civil Liberties: The Tolerant Public.

Number 8 (August 1999): Posner, Richard A The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory.

Number 8 (August 1999): Sharpe, Karen. Red Light, Blue Light: Prostitutes, Punters and the Police.

Number 8 (August 1999): Weiler, Joseph H. H. The Constitution of Europe: Essays on the Ends and Means of European Integration.

Number 8 (August 1999): Zingo, Martha T. Sex/Gender Outsiders, Hate Speech and Freedom of Expression: Can They Say That About Me?.

Number 9 (September 1999): Best, Joel. Random Violence: How We Talk About New Crimes and New Victims.

Number 9 (September 1999): Cowling, Mark. Date Rape and Consent.

Number 9 (September 1999): Crotty, Patricia McGee. Family Law in the United States: Changing Perspectives.

Number 9 (September 1999): Dehousse, Renaud. The European Court of Justice: The Politics of Judicial Integration.

Number 9 (September 1999): Feeley, Malcolm. A Vision of American Law: Judging Law, Literature, and Stories We Tell.

Number 9 (September 1999): Field, Steward and Caroline Pelser. (Eds.) Invading the Private: State Accountability and New Investigative Methods in Europe.

Number 9 (September 1999): Gessner,Volkmar and Ali Cem Budak (eds.). Emerging Legal Certainty: Empirical Studies on the Globalization of Law.

Number 9 (September 1999): Kahn, Paul. The Cultural Study of Law: Reconstructing Legal Scholarship.

Number 9 (September 1999): Lieder, Michael and Jake Page. Wild Justice: The People of Geronimo VS. The United States.

Number 9 (September 1999): Morton, Peter. An Institutional Theory of Law: Keeping Law in its Place.

Number 9 (September 1999): Pojman, Louis and Jeffrey Reiman. The Death Penalty: For and Against.

Number 9 (September 1999): Schaller, Barry R. A Vision of American Law: Judging Law, Literature and Stories We Tell.

Number 9 (September 1999): Sunstein, Cass R. One Case At A Time: Judicial Minimalism On the Supreme Court.

Number 10 (October 1999): Barak, Gregg (ed.). Integrative Criminology (The International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology.

Number 10 (October 1999): Barendt, Eric. An Introduction to Constitutional Law.

Number 10 (October 1999): Bennett, Colin J. and Rebecca Grant (eds.) . Visions of Privacy: Policy Choices for the Digital Age.

Number 10 (October 1999): Benson, Bruce L. To Serve and Protect: Privatization and Community in Criminal Justice.

Number 10 (October 1999): Canon, David, T. Race, Redistricting and Representation: The Unintended Consequences of Black Majority Districts.

Number 10 (October 1999): Conley, John M. and William O'Barr. Just Words: Law, Language and Power.

Number 10 (October 1999): Farber, Daniel A. The First Amendment.

Number 10 (October 1999): Hayden, Patrick (ed.). Philosophical Perspectives on Law Politics: Readings from Plato to Derrida.

Number 10 (October 1999): Katz, Leo, Michael S. Moore, and Stephen J. Morse (eds.). Foundations of Criminal Law.

Number 10 (October 1999): Levi, Michael. Fraud, Organization, Motivation and Control.

Number 10 (October 1999): Maki, Mitchell, Harry Kitano and S. Megan Berthold. Achieving the Impossible Dream: How Japanese Americans Obtained Redress.

Number 10 (October 1999): Meron, Theodore. War Crimes Law Comes of Age: Essays.

Number 10 (October 1999): Nasheri, Hedi and Hedieh Nasheri. Betrayal of Due Process: A Comparative Assessment of Plea Bargaining in the United States and Canada.

Number 10 (October 1999): Norris, Clive, Jade Moran and Gary Armstrong. (Eds.) Surveillance, Closed Circuit Television and Social Control.

Number 10 (October 1999): Osiel, Mark J. Obeying Orders: Atrocity, Military Discipline and the Law of War.

Number 10 (October 1999): Ravitch, Frank S. School Prayer and Discrimination: The Civil Rights of Religious Minorities and Dissenters.

Number 10 (October 1999): Sarat, Austin and Thomas R. Kearns (eds.). Cultural Pluralism, Identity Politics and the Law.

Number 10 (October 1999): Schrager, Sam. The Trial Lawyer's Art.

Number 10 (October 1999): Whittington, Keith E. Constitutional Construction: Divided Powers and Constitutional Meaning.

Number 10 (October 1999): Zimring, Franklin E. American Youth Violence.

Number 11 (November 1999): Alexander, S.L. Covering the Courts: A Handbook for Journalists.

Number 11 (November 1999): Bosmajian, Haig. The Freedom Not to Speak.

Number 11 (November 1999): Boyle, Francis Anthony. Foundations of World Order: The Legalist Approach to International Relations. .

Number 11 (November 1999): Brandon, Mark E. Free In the World: American Slavery and Constitutional Failure.

Number 11 (November 1999): Burke, Christoper M. The Appearance of Equality: Racial Gerrymandering, Redistricting the Supreme Court.

Number 11 (November 1999): Bybee, Keith J. Mistaken Identity: The Supreme Court and the Politics of Minority Representation.

Number 11 (November 1999): Cond, Victor H. A Handbook of International Human Rights Terminology.

Number 11 (November 1999): Easton, Susan. The Case for the Right to Silence.

Number 11 (November 1999): Friedman, Lawrence M. The Horizontal Society.

Number 11 (November 1999): George, Robert P. In Defense of Natural Law.

Number 11 (November 1999): Kritzer, Herbert M. Let's Make a Deal: Understanding the Negotiation Process in Ordinary Litigation.

Number 11 (November 1999): Krygier, Martin and Adam Czarnota (Eds.). The Rule of Law after Communism: Problems and Prospects in East-Central Europe.

Number 11 (November 1999): Michalowski, Sabine and Lorna Woods. German Constitutional Law: The Protection of Civil Liberties.

Number 11 (November 1999): Michelman, Frank I. Brennan and Democracy.

Number 11 (November 1999): Ncube, Welshman. (Ed.) Law, Culture, Tradition and Children's Rights in Eastern and Southern Africa.

Number 11 (November 1999): Ptacek, James. Battered Women in the Courtroom: The Power of Judicial Responses.

Number 11 (November 1999): Scherer, Mark R. Imperfect Victories: The Legal Tenacity of the Omaha Tribe, 1945-1995.

Number 11 (November 1999): Shee, Amy H. L. Legal Protection of Children Against Sexual Exploitation in Taiwan: A Socio-Legal Perspective.

Number 11 (November 1999): Smith, Jeffrey A. War and Press Freedom: The Problem of Prerogative Power.

Number 11 (November 1999): Steele, Richard. Free Speech in the Good War.

Number 12 (December 1999): Brandwein, Pamela. Reconstructing Reconstruction: The Supreme Court and the Production of Historical Truth.

Number 12 (December 1999): Brooks, Roy L. When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice.

Number 12 (December 1999): Duff, Peter and Neil Hutton. Criminal Justice in Scotland.

Number 12 (December 1999): Gerber, Rudolph J. Cruel and Usual: Our Criminal Injustice System.

Number 12 (December 1999): Gillman, Howard A and Cornell W. Clayton. (Eds.) The Supreme Court in American Politics: New Institutionalist Interpretations.

Number 12 (December 1999): Haltom, William. Reporting on the Courts: How the Mass Media Cover Judicial Actions.

Number 12 (December 1999): Halvorssen, Anita. Equality Among Unequals in International Environmental Law.

Number 12 (December 1999): McLoughlin, Merrill (ed.). The Impeachment and Trial of President Clinton.

Number 12 (December 1999): Melone, Albert P. Creating Parliamentary Government: The Transition to Democracy in Bulgaria.

Number 12 (December 1999): Pohlman, H.R. The Whole Truth? A Case of Murder on the Appalachian Trail.

Number 12 (December 1999): Posner, Richard A An Affair of State: The Investigation, Impeachment and Trial of President Clinton.

Number 12 (December 1999): Roberts, Julian V. and David P. Cole. Making Sense of Sentencing.

Number 12 (December 1999): Spaeth, Harold J. and Jeffrey A. Segal. Majority Rule or Minority Will: Adherence to Precedence on the US Supreme Court.

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