Reviews Listed by Volume and Number: Volume 11 (20011)

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Number 1 (January 2001): Anderson, Lloyd C. Voices From A Southern Prison.

Number 1 (January 2001): Baker, Peter The Breach: Inside the Impeachment and Trial of William Jefferson Clinton.

Number 1 (January 2001): Ball, Howard The Bakke Case: Race, Education and Affirmative Action.

Number 1 (January 2001): Campbell, Tom and Jeffrey Goldsworthy (eds.) Judicial Power, Democracy and Legal Positivism.

Number 1 (January 2001): Dieker, Lawrence Jr Letters from Law School: The Life of a Second-Year Law Student.

Number 1 (January 2001): Feigenson, Neal. Legal Blame: How Jurors Think and Talk About Accidents.

Number 1 (January 2001): Gottlieb, Stephen E. Morality Imposed: The Rehnquist Court and Liberty in America.

Number 1 (January 2001): Grisso, Thomas and Robert G. Schwartz (eds.) Youth on Trial: A Developmental Perspective on Juvenile Justice.

Number 1 (January 2001): Guelff, Richard and Adam Roberts (eds.) Documents on the Laws of War.

Number 1 (January 2001): Hans, Valerie Business on Trial: The Civil Jury and Corporate Responsibility.

Number 1 (January 2001): Klug, Heinz Constituting Democracy: Law, Globalism and South Africa's Political Reconstruction.

Number 1 (January 2001): Kojeve, Alexandre and Bryan-Paul Frost (ed.) Outline of a Phenomenology of Right.

Number 1 (January 2001): Labunski, Richard The Second Constitutional Convention: How the American People Can Take Back Their Government.

Number 1 (January 2001): Maltzman, Forrest, James F. Spriggs II, and Paul J. Wahlbeck. Crafting Law on the Supreme Court: The Collegial Game.

Number 1 (January 2001): Manderson, Desmond Songs Without Music: Aesthetic Dimensions of Law and Justice.

Number 1 (January 2001): McAffee, Thomas B Inherent Rights, the Written Constitution and Popular Sovereignty: The Founders' Understanding.

Number 1 (January 2001): McDonald, Forrest. States' Rights and The Union: Imperium in Imperio.

Number 1 (January 2001): Songer, Donald R., Reginald S. Sheehan and Susan B. Haire Continuity and Change on the United States Courts of Appeals.

Number 2 (February 2001): Fox, Richard L. and Robert W. Van Sickel. Tabloid Justice: Criminal Justice in an Age of Media Frenzy.

Number 2 (February 2001): Gill, Peter Rounding Up The Usual Suspects: Developments in Contemporary Law Enforcement.

Number 2 (February 2001): Halmai, Gabor (ed.). The Constitution Found?: The First Nine Years of the Hungarian Constitutioinal Review of Fundamental Human Rights.

Number 2 (February 2001): Hensler, Deborah R. et al. Class Action Dilemmas: Pursuing Public Goals for Private Gain.

Number 2 (February 2001): Markowitz, Michael W. and Delores D. Jones-Brown The System in Black and White: Exploring the Connections Between Race, Crime and Justice.

Number 2 (February 2001): Markowitz, Michael W. and Delores D. Jones-Brown (eds.). The System in Black and White: Exploring the Connections Between Race, Crime and Justice.

Number 2 (February 2001): Miller, Susan L. Gender and Community Policing: Walking the Talk.

Number 2 (February 2001): Perry, Barbara A. "The Supremes": Essays on the Current Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Number 2 (February 2001): Porto, Brian L. May It Please the Court: Judicial Processes and Politics in America.

Number 2 (February 2001): Reinisch, August. International Organizations Before National Courts.

Number 2 (February 2001): Rubinowitz, Leonard S. and James E. Rosenbaum Crossing the Class and Color Lines: From Public Housing to White Suburbia.

Number 2 (February 2001): Schneider, Elizabeth M. Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking.

Number 2 (February 2001): Stearns, Maxwell L. Constitutional Process: A Social Choice Analysis of Supreme Court Decision Making.

Number 3 (March 2001): Blumstein, Alfred and Joel Wallman (eds.). The Crime Drop in America.

Number 3 (March 2001): Bradney, Anthony and Fiona Cownie Living Without Law: An Ethnography of Quaker Decision-Making, Dispute Avoidance and Dispute Resolution.

Number 3 (March 2001): Donson, Fiona. Legal Intimidation: A Slapp in the Face of Democracy.

Number 3 (March 2001): Hixson, Walter L. Murder, Culture and Injustice: Four Sensational Cases in American History.

Number 3 (March 2001): Pencak, William J., Ralph Lingren, Roberta Kevelson, Charles N. Yood (eds.). "The Law" vs. "The People": Twelfth Roundtable on Law and Semiotics.

Number 3 (March 2001): Shuman, Daniel W. and Alexander McCall Smith. Justice and the Prosecution of Old Crimes: Balancing Legal, Psychological and Moral Concerns.

Number 3 (March 2001): Stefan, Susan Unequal Rights: Discrimination Against People With Mental Disabilities and the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Number 3 (March 2001): White, G. Edward The Constitution and the New Deal.

Number 3 (March 2001): White, James Boyd. Justice as Translation: An Essay in Cultural and Legal Criticism.

Number 4 (April 2001): Blanck, Peter David. Employment, Disability, and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Issues in Law, Public Policy and Research.

Number 4 (April 2001): Clayton, Dewey M. African Americans and the Politics of Congressional Redistricting.

Number 4 (April 2001): Goldsmith, Andrew and Colleen Lewis (eds.). Civilian Oversight of Policing: Governance, Democracy and Human Rights.

Number 4 (April 2001): Lawrence, Regina G. The Politics of Force: Media and the Construction of Police Brutality.

Number 4 (April 2001): Long, Carolyn. Religious Freedom and Indian Rights: The Case of Oregon V. Smith.

Number 4 (April 2001): Nelson, William E Marbury V. Madison: The Origins and Legacy of Judicial Review.

Number 4 (April 2001): Phillips, Michael J. The Lochner Court, Myth and Reality: Substantive Due Process From the 1890s to the 1930s.

Number 4 (April 2001): Rhode, Deborah In the Interests of Justice: Reforming the Legal Profession.

Number 4 (April 2001): Shaman, Jeffrey M. Constitutional Interpretation: Illusion and Reality.

Number 4 (April 2001): Susskind, Richard. Transforming the Law: Essays on Technology, Justice and the Legal Market Place.

Number 4 (April 2001): Welhengama, Gnanapala Minorities' Claims: From Autonomy to Secession, International Law and State Practice.

Number 5 (May 2001): Bernstein, David E. Only One Place of Redress: African Americans, Labor Regulations and the Courts From Reconstruction to the New Deal.

Number 5 (May 2001): Campbell, Colton C. and John F. Stack, Jr. Congress Confronts the Court: The Struggle for Legitimacy and Authority in Lawmaking.

Number 5 (May 2001): Conant, Michael. Constitutional Structure and Purposes: Critical Commentary.

Number 5 (May 2001): Dudziak, Mary L. Cold War Civil Rights.

Number 5 (May 2001): Dudziak, Mary L. and James Foster. Response By the Author, Mary L. Dudziak, to James Foster, Review of Cold War Civil Rights: Race and the Image of American Democracy by Mary L. Dudziak. Reply by the Reviewer, James Foster.

Number 5 (May 2001): James Foster and Dudziak, Mary L. Response By the Author, Mary L. Dudziak, to James Foster, Review of Cold War Civil Rights: Race and the Image of American Democracy by Mary L. Dudziak. Reply by the Reviewer, James Foster.

Number 5 (May 2001): Gordon, Scott. Controlling the State: Constitutionalism from Ancient Athens to Today.

Number 5 (May 2001): Gostin, Lawrence O. Public Health Law: Power, Duty, Restraint.

Number 5 (May 2001): Green, Penny and Andrew Rutherford (Eds.). Criminal Policy in Transition.

Number 5 (May 2001): Jacobson, Arthur J. and Bernhard Schlink (Eds.). Weimar: A Jurisprudence of Crisis.

Number 5 (May 2001): Keyssar, Alexander. The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States.

Number 5 (May 2001): Los, Maria and Andrzej Zybertowicz. Privatizing the Police State: The Case of Poland.

Number 5 (May 2001): Pyle, Christopher H. Extradition, Politics and Human Rights.

Number 5 (May 2001): Ripstein, Arthur. Equality, Responsibility and The Law.

Number 5 (May 2001): Sciulli, David. Corporate Power in Civil Society, An Application of Societal Constitutionalism.

Number 5 (May 2001): Suggs, Jon-Christian. Whispered Consolations: Law and Narrative in African American Life.

Number 5 (May 2001): Tunick, Mark. Practices and Principles.

Number 5 (May 2001): White, Susan, O. (Ed.). Handbook of Youth and Justice.

Number 6 (June 2001): Biebesheimer and Francisco Meja (Eds.). Justice Beyond Our Borders. Judicial Reforms for Latin America and The Carribbean.

Number 6 (June 2001): Curtis, Michael Kent. Free Speech, "The People's Darling Privilege": Struggles for Freedom of Expression in American History.

Number 6 (June 2001): Doran, Sean and John Jackson (eds.). The Judicial Role in Criminal Proceedings.

Number 6 (June 2001): Fairfax, Sally K. and Darla Guenzler. Conservation Trusts.

Number 6 (June 2001): Daniel Greenwood and David Sciulli. Response By The Author, David Sciulli, To Daniel Greenwood Review of: Corporate Power In Civil Society, An Application Of Societal Constitutionalism And Reply By The Reviewer, Daniel Greenwood.

Number 6 (June 2001): Layton, Azza Salama. International Politics and Civil Rights Policies in the United States, 1941-1960.

Number 6 (June 2001): Nelson, William E. The Legalist Reformation: Law, Politics, and Ideology in New York, 1920-1980.

Number 6 (June 2001): Posner, Eric A. Law and Social Norms.

Number 6 (June 2001): Ruggiero, Vincenzo. Crime and Markets: Essays in Anti-Criminology.

Number 6 (June 2001): Sanders, Joseph and V. Lee Hamilton (Eds.). Handbook of Justice Research in Law.

Number 6 (June 2001): Sarat, Austin. When the State Kills: Capital Punishment and the American Condition.

Number 6 (June 2001): Sheldon, Garrett Ward The Political Philosophy of James Madison.

Number 6 (June 2001): Sciulli, David and Daniel Greenwood Response By The Author, David Sciulli, To Daniel Greenwood Review of: Corporate Power In Civil Society, An Application Of Societal Constitutionalism And Reply By The Reviewer, Daniel Greenwood.

Number 6 (June 2001): Smith, Bradley A. Unfree Speech: The Folly of Campaign Finance Reform.

Number 6 (June 2001): Smith, Miriam. Lesbian and Gay Rights in Canada: Social Movements and Equality Seeking.

Number 6 (June 2001): Sunstein, Cass R.

Number 6 (June 2001): Weiler, Paul. Leveling the Playing Field: How the Law Can Make Sports Better for Fans.

Number 6 (June 2001): Zimring, Franklin, Gordon Hawkins and Sam Kamin. Punishment and Democracy: Three Strikes and You're Out in California.

Number 7 (July 2001): Cahill, Mia L. The Social Construction of Sexual Harassment Law.

Number 7 (July 2001): Cortner, Richard C. Civil Rights and Public Accomodations: The Heart of Atlanta and McClung Cases.

Number 7 (July 2001): Crotty, Kevin M. Law's Interior: Legal and Literary Constructions of the Self.

Number 7 (July 2001): Friedrichs, David O. Law in Our Lives: An Introduction.

Number 7 (July 2001): Lurie, Jonathan. Military Justice in America: The U. S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.

Number 7 (July 2001): Murdoch, Joyce and Deb Price. Courting Justice: Gay Men and Lesbians v. the Supreme Court.

Number 7 (July 2001): Patterson, James T. Brown v. Board of Education: A Civil Rights Milestone and Its Troubled Legacy.

Number 7 (July 2001): Silber, Norman I. A Corporate Form of Freedom: The Emergence of the Nonprofit Sector.

Number 8 (August 2001): Cookson, Catharine. Regulating Religion: The Courts and the Free Exercise Clause.

Number 8 (August 2001): Cookson, Catharine. Regulating Religion: The Courts and the Free Exercise Clause.

Number 8 (August 2001): Dougherty, Keith L. Collective Action under the Articles of Confederation.

Number 8 (August 2001): Duff, R.A. Punishment, Communication, and Community.

Number 8 (August 2001): Gray, James P. Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It.

Number 8 (August 2001): Snepp, Frank. Irreparable Harm: A Firsthand Account of How One Agent Took on the CIA in an Epic Battle Over Free Speech.

Number 9 (September 2001): Balkin, Jack (ed.). What "Brown v. Board of Education" Should Have Said: The Nation's Top Legal Experts Rewrite America's Landmark Civil Right Decision.

Number 9 (September 2001): Bosworth, Matthew H. Courts as Catalysts: State Supreme Courts and Public School Finance Equity.

Number 9 (September 2001): Deveaux, Monique. Cultural Pluralism and Dilemmas of Justice.

Number 9 (September 2001): Fallon, Jr., Richard H. Implementing the Constitution.

Number 9 (September 2001): Macklem, Patrick. Indigenous Difference and the Constitution of Canada.

Number 9 (September 2001): Moran, Rachel F. Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance.

Number 9 (September 2001): Peretti, Terri Jennings. In Defense of a Political Court.

Number 9 (September 2001): Woodhouse, Diana. The Office of Lord Chancellor.

Number 10 (October 2001): Amsterdam, Anthony G. and Jerome Bruner. Minding the Law.

Number 10 (October 2001): Duxbury, Neil. Jurists and Judges: An Essay on Influence.

Number 10 (October 2001): Fliter, John A. Prisoners' Rights: The Supreme Court and Evolving Standards of Decency.

Number 10 (October 2001): Gest, Ted. Crime and Politics: Big Government's Erratic Campaign for Law and Order.

Number 10 (October 2001): Koutrakos, Panos. Trade, Foreign Policy and Defense in EU Constitutional Law.

Number 10 (October 2001): Politi, Mauro and Giuseppe Nesi (eds.). The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Challenge to Impunity.

Number 10 (October 2001): Rubenfeld, Jed. Freedom and Time: A Theory of Constitutional Government.

Number 10 (October 2001): Rush, Mark E. and Richard L. Engstrom. Fair and Effective Representation? Debating Electoral Reform and Minority Rights.

Number 10 (October 2001): Sciarra, Silvana (ed.). Labour Law in the Courts: National Judges and the European Court of Justice.

Number 11 (November 2001): Addo, Michael K. (ed.). Freedom of Expression and the Criticism of Judges: A Comparative Study of European Legal Standards.

Number 11 (November 2001): Brettschneider, Corey Lang. Punishment, Property, and Justice: Philosophical Foundations of the Death Penalty and Welfare Controversies.

Number 11 (November 2001): Christodoulidis, Emilios and Scott Veitch (eds.). Lethe's Law: Justice, Law and Ethics in Reconciliation.

Number 11 (November 2001): Dorsen, Norman, and Prosser Gifford (eds.). Democracy and the Rule of Law.

Number 11 (November 2001): Edge, Peter W. and Graham Harvey (eds.). Law and Religion in Comtemporary Society: Communities, Individualism, and the State.

Number 11 (November 2001): Garland, David. The Culture of Control: Crime and Social Order in Contemporary Society.

Number 11 (November 2001): George, Robert P. (ed.). Great Cases in Constitutional Law.

Number 11 (November 2001): Gerhardt, Michael J. The Federal Appointments Process: A Constitutional and Historical Analysis.

Number 11 (November 2001): Harvey, Colin J. (ed.). Human Rights, Equality and Democratic Renewal in Northern Ireland.

Number 11 (November 2001): Kloppenberg, Lisa A. Playing it Safe: How the Supreme Court Sidesteps Hard Cases and Stunts the Development of Law.

Number 11 (November 2001): McGuire, Kevin T. Understanding the U. S. Supreme Court: Cases and Controversies.

Number 11 (November 2001): Murrell, Peter (ed.). Assessing the Value of Law in Transition Economies.

Number 11 (November 2001): Novy, Marianne. Imagining Adoption: Essays on Literature and Culture.

Number 11 (November 2001): Patton, Sandra. Birthmarks: Transracial Adoption in Contemporary America.

Number 11 (November 2001): Pertman, Adam. Adoption Nation: How the Adoption Revolution is Transforming America.

Number 11 (November 2001): Redish, Martin H. Money Talks: Speech, Economic Power, and the Values of Democracy.

Number 11 (November 2001): Riles, Annelise. The Network Inside Out.

Number 11 (November 2001): Sarat, Austin, and Thomas R. Kearns (eds.) Human Rights: Concepts, Contests, Contingencies.

Number 11 (November 2001): Skrentny, John David (ed.). Color Lines: Affirmative Action, Immigration, and Civil Rights Options for America.

Number 11 (November 2001): Websdale, Neil. Policing the Poor: From Slave Planation to Public Housing.

Number 11 (November 2001): Weisburd, David, Elin Waring with Ellen F. Chayet. White-Collar Crime and Criminal Careers.

Number 11 (November 2001): Ziamou, Theodora Th. Rulemaking, Participation and the Limites of Public Law in the USA and Europe.

Number 12 (December 2001): Alexander, Larry and Emily Sherwin. The Rule of Rules: Morality, Rules, and the Dilemmas of Law.

Number 12 (December 2001): Banks, Christopher P. and John C. Green (eds.). Superintending Democracy: The Courts and the Political Process.

Number 12 (December 2001): Burnett, Christina Duffy and Burke Marshall (eds.). Foreign in a Domestic Sense: Puerto Rico, American Expansion, and the Constitution.

Number 12 (December 2001): Cain, Patricia A. Rainbow Rights: The Role of Lawyers and Courts in the Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights Movement.

Number 12 (December 2001): Chanock, Martin. The Making of South African Legal Culture, 1902-1936: Fear, Favour and Prejudice.

Number 12 (December 2001): Dershowitz, Alan M. Supreme Injustice: How the High Court Hijacked Election 2000.

Number 12 (December 2001): Dickson, Julie. Evaluation and Legal Theory.

Number 12 (December 2001): Gillman, Howard. The Votes that Counted: How the Court Decided the 2000 Presidential Election.

Number 12 (December 2001): Greene, Abner. Understanding the 2000 Election: A Guide to the Legal Battles that Decided the Presidency.

Number 12 (December 2001): Jowell, Jeffrey and Jonathan Cooper (eds.). Understanding Human Rights Principles.

Number 12 (December 2001): Posner, Richard A. Breaking the Deadlock: The 2000 Election, the Constitution, and the Courts.

Number 12 (December 2001): Ross, Hamish. Law as a Social Institution.

Number 12 (December 2001): Russell, Peter H. and David M. O'Brien (eds.). Judicial Independence in the Age of Democracy.

Number 12 (December 2001): Scheb, John M. and John M. Scheb II. An Introduction to the American Legal System.

Number 12 (December 2001): Sheldon, Charles H. Essentials of the American Constitution: The Supreme Court and the Fundamental Law.

Number 12 (December 2001): Stacy, Helen M. Postmodernism and Law: Jurisprudence in a Fragmenting World.

Number 12 (December 2001): Sunstein, Cass R. and Richard A. Epstein. The Vote: Bush, Gore and the Supreme Court.

Number 12 (December 2001): Vile, John R. (ed.). Great American Lawyers: An Encyclopedia.

Number 12 (December 2001): Weyrauch, Walter O. (ed.). Gypsy Law: Romani Legal Traditions and Culture.

Number 12 (December 2001): Widner, Jennifer A. Building the Rule of Law: Francis Nyalali and the Road to Judicial Independence in Africa.

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