Reviews Listed by Volume and Number: Volume 13 (20013)

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Number 1 (January 2003): Burke, Thomas F. Lawyers, Lawsuits, and Legal Rights: The Battle Over Litigation in American Society.

Number 1 (January2003): Failer, Judith Lynn Who Qualifies for Rights? Homelessness, Mental Illness, and Civil Commitment..

Number 1 (January2003): Gower, Karla K. Liberty and Authority in Free Expression Law: The United States and Canada..

Number 1 (January 2003): Hartley, Roger E Alternative Dispute Resolutions in Civil Justice.

Number 1 (January2003): Jacobs, James B Can Gun Control Work?.

Number 1 (January 2003): Klein, David E. Making Law in the United States Courts of Appeals..

Number 1 (January2003): Lawrence, Frederick M Punishing Hate: Bias Crimes Under American Law..

Number 1 (January 2003): Lukemeyer, Anna Courts as Policymakers: School Finance Reform Litigation.

Number 1 (January2003): Viscusi, W. Kip Smoke-Filled Rooms: A Postmortem on the Tobacco Deal..

Number 1 (January 2003): Wilson, James G The Imperial Republic: A Structural History of American Constitutionalism from the Colonial Era to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century..

Number 1 (January2003): Yarbrough, Tinsley E Race and Redistricting: The Shaw-Cromartie Cases..

Number 2 (February 2003): Brisbin, Jr., Richard A. A Strike Like No Other Strike: Law and Resistance During the Pittston Coal Strike of 1989-1990..

Number 2 (February 2003): Crossman, Brenda and Judy Fudge (eds.). Privatization, Law, and the Challenge to Feminism.

Number 2 (February 2003): Curry, Lynne. The Human Body on Trial.

Number 2 (February 2003): Garvey, Stephen P. (ed) Beyond Repair? America's Death Penalty..

Number 2 (February 2003): Gearey, Adam. Law and Aesthetics.

Number 2 (February 2003): Latzer, Barry (ed.). Death Penalty Cases: Leading U.S. Supreme Court Cases on Capital Punishment (2nd edition).

Number 2 (February 2003): Leonard, Gerald. The Invention of Party Politics: Federalism, Popular Sovereignty, and Constitutional Development in Jacksonian Illinois.

Number 2 (February 2003): Orth, John V. Due Process of Law: A Brief History.

Number 2 (February 2003): Sathe, S. P. Judicial Activism in India: Transgressing Borders and Enforcing Limits..

Number 2 (February 2003): Stevens, Robert The English Judges: Their Role in the Changing Constitution.

Number 2 (February 2003): Weisbrod, Carol. Emblems of Pluralism: Cultural Differences and the State..

Number 2 (February 2003): Weizer, Paul I. Sexual Harassment: Cases, Case Studies, Commentary.

Number 3 (March2003): Cooper, Phillip. By Order of the President: The Use and Abuse of Executive Direct Action.

Number 3 (March 2003): Durchslag, Melvyn R. State Sovereign Immunity: A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution.

Number 3 (March 2003): Garcia, Alfredo. The Fifth Amendment: A Comprehensive Approach.

Number 3 (March 2003): Kaufman-Osborn, Timothy V. From Noose to Needle: Capital Punishment and the Late Liberal State.

Number 3 (March 2003): Mackenzie, Calvin G. Scandal Proof: Do Ethics Laws Make Government Ethical?

Number 3 (March 2003): Mackey, Thomas C. Pornography on Trial.

Number 3 (March2003): Pound, Richard W. Stikeman Elliott: The First 50 Years.

Number 3 (March 2003): Tyler, Tom R and Yuen J. Huo. Trust in the Law: Encouraging Public Cooperation with the Police and Court.

Number 3 (March2003): Wilkins, David E and K. Tsianina Lomawaima. Uneven Ground: American Indian Sovereignty and Federal Law.

Number 4 (April 2003): Burke, Roger Hopkins. An Introduction to Criminological Theory.

Number 4 (April 2003): Cram, Ian. Virtue Less Cloistered: Courts, Speech and Constitutions.

Number 4 (April 2003): Falk, Richard, Lester Edwin J. Ruiz, and R.B.J Welker. Reframing the International: Law Culture Politics.

Number 4 (April 2003): Hernandez-Truyol, Berta Esperanza. Moral Imperialism: A Critical Anthology.

Number 4 (April 2003): Johnson, Kevin R. (ed.). Mixed Race America and the Law: A Reader.

Number 4 (April 2003): Kim, Jae-Young. Sorting Out Deregulation: Protecting Free Speech and Internet Access in the United States, Germany, and Japan.

Number 4 (April 2003): Lebsock, Suzanne. A Murder in Virginia: Southern Justice on Trial.

Number 4 (April 2003): Segal, Jeffery A. and Harold J. Spaeth. The Supreme Court and the Attitudinal Model Revisited.

Number 4 (April 2003): Thompson, Dennis F. Just Elections: Creating a Fair Electoral Process in the United States.

Number 4 (April 2003): Uviller, Richard H. and William G. Merkel. The Militia and the Right to Bear Arms, or, How the Second Amendment Fell Silent.

Number 4 (April 2003): Welch, Michael. Detained: Immigration Laws and the Expanding I.N.S. Jail Complex.

Number 5 (May2003): Belsky, Martin. The Rehnquist Court: A Retrospective.

Number 5 (May 2003): Best, Bradley. Law Clerks, Support Personnel, and the Decline of Consensual Norms on the United States Supreme Court, 1935-1995.

Number 5 (May2003): Cruz, Julio Baquero. Between Competition and Free Movement: The Economic Constitutional Law of the European Community.

Number 5 (May 2003): Dillon, Sara. International Trade and Economic Law and European Union.

Number 5 (May 2003): Fisher, Louis. Religious Liberty in America: Political Safeguards.

Number 5 (May 2003): Guinn, David E. Faith on Trial: Communities of Faith, the First Amendment, and the Theory of Deep Diversity.

Number 5 (May 2003): Jewkes, Yvonne (ed.). DOT.CONS: Crime, Deviance, and Identity on the Internet.

Number 5 (May 2003): Jhappan, Radha (ed.). Women's Legal Strategies in Canada.

Number 5 (May 2003): Roberts, Julian V. and Mike Hough. Changing Attitude to Punishment: Public Opinion, Crime and Justice.

Number 5 (May 2003): Wintgens, Luc J. Legisprudence: A new Theoretical Approach to Legislation.

Number 6 (June 2003): Berns, Sandra. Women Going Backwards: Law and Change in a Family Unfriendly Society.

Number 6 (June 2003): Conant, Lisa. Justice Contained: Law and Politics in the European Union.

Number 6 (June 2003): Haney-Lopez, Ian F. Racism on Trial: The Fight for Justice.

Number 6 (June 2003): Keown, John. Euthanasia, Ethics and Public Policy: An Argument Against Legalisation.

Number 6 (June 2003): Kersch, Ken I. Freedom of Speech: Rights and Liberties Under the Law.

Number 6 (June 2003): Maveety, Nancy (ed.). The Pioneers of Judicial Behavior.

Number 6 (June 2003): Murphy, Bruce Allen. Wild Bill: The Legend and Life of William O. Douglas.

Number 6 (June 2003): Posner, Richard A. Law, Pragmatism, and Democracy.

Number 6 (June 2003): Powers, Stephen P. and Stanley Rothman. The Least Dangerous Branch? Consequences of Judicial Activism.

Number 6 (June 2003): Rhode, Deborah L. The Difference "Difference" Makes: Women and Leadership.

Number 6 (June 2003): Tushnet, Mark. The New Constitutional Order.

Number 6 (June 2003): Zimring, Franklin E. The Contradictions of American Capital Punishment.

Number 7 (July 2003): Baugh, Joyce A. Supreme Court Justices in the Post-Bork Era: Confirmation Politics and Judicial Performance.

Number 7 (July 2003): Borrows, John. Recovering Canada: The Resurgence of Indigenous Law.

Number 7 (July 2003): Brown, Wendy and Janet Halley (eds.). Left Legalism/Left Critique.

Number 7 (July 2003): Cole, Daniel H. Pollution and Property: Comparing Ownership Institutions for Environmental Protection.

Number 7 (July 2003): DiMento, Joseph F. C. The Global Environment and International Law.

Number 7 (July 2003): Fisher, Louis. Nazi Saboteurs on Trial: A Military Tribunal and American Law.

Number 7 (July 2003): Gordon-Reed, Annette. Race on Trial: Law and Justice in American History.

Number 7 (July 2003): Holzgrefe, J.L. and Robert O. Keohane. Humanitarianism Intervention: Ethical, Legal, and Political Dilemmas.

Number 7 (July 2003): Kelly, Kristin A. Domestic Violence and the Politics of Privacy.

Number 7 (July 2003): Maltz, Earl M. Understanding the Court Dynamic.

Number 7 (July 2003): Rakoff, Todd D. A Time for Every Purpose: Law and the Balance of Life.

Number 7 (July 2003): Viscusi, W. Kip. Regulation Through Litigation.

Number 8 (August 2003): Bessler, John D. Kiss of Death: America's Love Affair with the Death Penalty.

Number 8 (August 2003): Bogen, David Skillen. Privileges and Immunities: A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution.

Number 8 (August 2003): Corrado, Anthony, Thomas E. Mann, and Trevor Potter (eds.). Inside the Campaign Finance Battle: Court Testimony on the New Reforms.

Number 8 (August 2003): Deflem, Mathieu. Policing World Society. Historical Foundations of International Police Cooperation.

Number 8 (August 2003): Maguire, Edward R. Organizational Structure in American Police Agencies: Context, Complexity, and Control.

Number 8 (August 2003): Pinello, Daniel R. Gay Rights and American Law.

Number 8 (August 2003): Raskin, Jamin B. Overruling Democracy: The Supreme Court vs. the American People.

Number 8 (August 2003): Schuck, Peter H. Diversity in America:Keeping Government at a Safe Distance.

Number 8 (August 2003): Strauber, Ira L. Neglected Policies: Constitutional and Legal Commentary as Civic Education.

Number 8 (August 2003): Wildenthal, Bryan H. Native American Sovereignty on Trial a Handbook with Cases, Laws, and Documents

Number 9 (September 2003): Carrese, Paul O. The Cloaking of Power: Montesquieu, Blackstone, and the Rise of Judicial Activism.

Number 9 (September 2003): Goldstein, Paul. Copyright’s Highway. From Gutenberg to the Celestial Jukebox (revised edition).

Number 9 (September 2003): Hoffer, Peter Charles. The Great New York Conspiracy of 1741: Slavery, Crime and Colonial Law.

Number 9 (September 2003): Jacobsohn, Gary Jeffrey. The Wheel Of Law: India’s Secularism in Comparative Constitutional Context.

Number 9 (September 2003): Lanier, Drew Noble Of Time and Judicial Behavior: United States Supreme Court Agenda-Setting and Decision-Making 1888-1997.

Number 9 (September 2003): Mezey, Susan Gluck. Elusive Equality: Women’s Rights, Public Policy, and the Law.

Number 9 (September 2003): Mills, Linda G. Insult to Injury: Rethinking Our Responses to Intimate Abuse.

Number 9 (September 2003): Rajan, Rajeswari Sunder. The Scandal of the State: Women, Law, and Citizenship in Postcolonial India.

Number 9 (September 2003): Schultz, Ulrike and Gisela Shaw (eds.). Women in the World’s Legal Professions.

Number 9 (September 2003): Tushnet, Mark V. Slave Law in the American South: State v. Mann in History and Literature.

Number 9 (September 2003): Valverde, Mariana. Law’s Dream of a Common Knowledge.

Number 10 (October 2003): Bauman, Richard W. Ideology and Community in the First Wave of Critical Legal Studies.

Number 10 (October 2003): Crawford, Adam and Tim Newburn. Youth Offending and Restorative Justice.

Number 10 (October 2003): Dupuis, Martin. Same-Sex Marriage, Legal Mobilization, and the Politics of Rights.

Number 10 (October 2003): Epstein, Richard A. Skepticism and Freedom: A Modern Case for Classical Liberalism.

Number 10 (October 2003): Foley, Michael A. Arbitrary and Capricious: The Supreme Court, the Constitution, and the Death Penalty.

Number 10 (October 2003): Jackson, Vicki C. and Mark Tushnet (Editors). Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law.

Number 10 (October 2003): Medley, Keith W. We As Freemen: Plessy v. Ferguson.

Number 10 (October 2003): Salomone, Rosemary C. Same, Different, Equal: Rethinking Single-Sex Schooling.

Number 10 (October 2003): Wardle, Lynn D., Mark Strasser, William C. Duncan, and David Orgon Coolidge (Editors). Marriage and Same-Sex Unions: A Debate.

Number 11 (November 2003): Abraham, Henry J. and Barbara A. Perry. Freedom the Court: Civil Rights & Liberties in the United States (8th Ed.).

Number 11 (November 2003): Dutfield, Graham. Intellectual Property Rights and the Life Science Industries: A Twentieth Century History.

Number 11 (November 2003): Fisher, George. Plea Bargaining’s Triumph: A History Of Plea Bargaining In America.

Number 11 (November 2003): Gibson, James L. and Amanda Gouws. Overcoming Intolerance in South Africa.

Number 11 (November 2003): Gunningham, Neil. Shades of Green: Business, Regulation, and Environment.

Number 11 (November 2003): Jenkin, Philip. Images Of Terror: What We Can And Can'T Know About Terrorism.

Number 11 (November 2003): Maravall, José María and Adam Przeworski (Editors). Democracy And The Rule Of Law.

Number 11 (November 2003): Melone, Albert P. and Allan Karnes. The American Legal System: Foundation, Processes, and Norms.

Number 11 (November 2003): Provost, René. International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.

Number 11 (November 2003): Pue, W. Wesley and David Sugarman (Editors). Lawyers And Vampires: Cultural Histories Of Legal Professions.

Number 12 (December 2003): Gerstmann, Evan. Same-Sex Marriage and the Constitution.

Number 12 (December 2003): Ginsburg, Tom. Judicial Review in New Democracies: Constitutional Courts in Asian Cases.

Number 12 (December 2003): Godwin, Mike. Cyber Rights: Defending Free Speech in the Digital Age.

Number 12 (December 2003): Heymann, Philip B. Terrorism, Freedom, and Security: Winning Without War.

Number 12 (December 2003): Hutchinson, Dennis J., David A. Strauss, and Geoffrey R. Stone (eds). The Supreme Court Review: 2002.

Number 12 (December 2003): Law Commission of Canada (eds). New Perspectives on the Public-Private Divide.

Number 12 (December 2003): Levinson, Sanford. Wrestling with Diversity.

Number 12 (December 2003): Thompson, Dianne T. Congressional Redistricting in North Carolina: Reconsidering Traditional Criteria.

Number 12 (December 2003): Thornburgh, Dick. Where the Evidence Leads: An Autobiography.

Number 12 (December 2003): Vann, Irvin B. and G. David Garson. Crime Mapping: New Tools for Law Enforcement.

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