Reviews Listed by Volume and Number: Volume 14 (20014)

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Number 1 (January 2004): Behuniak, Susan M. Arthur G. Svenson. Physician-Assisted Suicide: The Anatomy of a Constitutional Law Issue.

Number 1 (January 2004): Biegel, Stuart. Beyond Our Control? Confronting The Limits of Our Legal System in the Age of Cyberspace.

Number 1 (January 2004): Cane, Peter and Mark Tushnet (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies.

Number 1 (January 2004): Dreisbach, Daniel L. Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation Between Church and State.

Number 1 (January 2004): Farber, Daniel. Lincoln's Constitution.

Number 1 (January 2004): Friedman, Lawrence M. and Rogelio Perez-Perdomo (eds.). Legal Culture in the Age of Globalization: Latin America and Latin Europe.

Number 1 (January 2004): Greaves, Rosa (ed). Competition Law.

Number 1 (January 2004): Hoekstra, Valerie J. Public Reaction to Supreme Court Decisions.

Number 1 (January 2004): Johnstone, Gerry (ed). A Restorative Justice Reader: Texts, Sources, and Context.

Number 1 (January 2004): Koopmans, Tim. Courts and Political Institutions: A Comparative View.

Number 1 (January 2004): Kritzer, Herbert M. and Susan Silbey (eds). In Litigation Do the "Haves" Still Come Out Ahead?

Number 1 (January 2004): Labbé, Ronald M. and Jonathan Lurie. The Slaughterhouse Cases: Regulation, Reconstruction, and the Fourteenth Amendment.

Number 1 (January 2004): Lenz, Timothy O. Changing Images of Law in Film Television Crime Stories.

Number 1 (January 2004): Morag-Levine, Noga. Chasing the Wind: Regulating Air Pollution in the Common Law State.

Number 1 (January 2004): Neubauer, David W. and Stephen S. Meinhold. Judicial Process: Law, Courts, and Politics in the United States (3rd Ed.).

Number 1 (January 2004): Nevins, Joseph. Operation Gatekeeper: The Rise of the "Illegal Alien" and the Making of the U.S.-Mexico Boundary.

Number 1 (January 2004): Precht, Robert E. Defending Mohammad: Justice on Trial.

Number 1 (January 2004): Sunstein, Cass. Why Societies Need Dissent.

Number 2 (February 2004): Andreopoulos, George J. (ed). Concepts and Strategies in International Human Rights.

Number 2 (February 2004): Cane, Peter. Responsibility in Law and Morality.

Number 2 (February 2004): Cretney, Stephen. Family Law in the Twentieth Century: A History.

Number 2 (February 2004): Dudziak, Mary L. (ed). September 11 in History: A Watershed Moment?

Number 2 (February 2004): Dupre, Catherine. Importing the Law in Post-Communist Traditions: The Hungarian Constitutional Court and the Right to Human Dignity.

Number 2 (February 2004): Gelsthorpe, Loraine and Nicola Padfield (eds). Exercising Discretion: Decision-Making in the Criminal Justice System and Beyond.

Number 2 (February 2004): Jacobs, Meg, William J. Novak, and Julian E. Zelizer (eds). The Democratic Experiment: New Directions in American Political History.

Number 2 (February 2004): Jensen, Laura. Patriots, Settlers, and the Origins of American Social Policy.

Number 2 (February 2004): Kozlowski, Mark. The Myth of the Imperial Judiciary: Why the Right is Wrong About the Courts.

Number 2 (February 2004): McDonald, Laughlin. A Voting Rights Odyssey: Black Enfranchisement in Georgia.

Number 2 (February 2004): Morales, Alfonso (ed). Renascent Pragmatism: Studies in Law and Social Science.

Number 2 (February 2004): Pederson, William D. and Norman W. Provizer (eds). Leaders of the Pack: Polls Case Studies of Great Supreme Court Justices.

Number 2 (February 2004): Schauer, Frederick. Profiles, Probabilities, and Stereotypes.

Number 2 (February 2004): Schwartz, Herman (ed). The Rehnquist Court: Judicial Activism on the Right.

Number 2 (February 2004): Smith, Christopher E. Constitutional Rights: Myths and Realities.

Number 2 (February 2004): Ward, Ian. Justice, Humanity and the New World Order.

Number 3 (March 2004): Bamforth, Nicholas and Peter Leyland (eds). Public Law in a Multi-Layered Constitution.

Number 3 (March 2004): Brooks, Richard O. and James Bernard Murphy (eds). Aristotle and Modern Law.

Number 3 (March 2004): Delgado, Richard. Justice at War: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights During Times of Crisis.

Number 3 (March 2004): Edling, Max M. A Revolution in Favor of Government: Origins of the U.S. Constitution and the Making of the American State.

Number 3 (March 2004): Hardaway, Robert M. No Price Too High: Victimless Crimes and the Ninth Amendment.

Number 3 (March 2004): McGuire, Robert A. To Form a More Perfect Union: A New Economic Interpretation of the United States Constitution.

Number 3 (March 2004): Nagle, John Copeland and J.B. Ruhl. The Law of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management.

Number 3 (March 2004): Paoli, Letizia. Mafia Brotherhoods: Organized Crime, Italian Style.

Number 3 (March 2004): Sands, Philippe. Principles of International Environmental Law (2nd ed.).

Number 3 (March 2004): Sharpe, Robert J. and Kent Roach. Brian Dickson: A Judge's Journey.

Number 3 (March 2004): Swainger, Jonathan and Constance Backhouse (eds). People and Place: Historical Influences on Legal Culture.

Number 3 (March 2004): Umbreit, Mark S., Betty Vos, Robert Coates, and Katherine Brown. Facing Violence: The Path of Restorative Justice and Dialogue.

Number 3 (4 Volumes): Waldrep, Christopher and Lynne Curry (eds). The Constitution and the Nation (4 Volumes).

Number 4 (April 2004): Ball, Howard. Murder in Mississippi: UNITED STATES v. PRICE and the Struggle for Civil Rights.

Number 4 (April 2004): Emmelman, Debra S. Justice for the Poor: A Study of Criminal Defense Work.

Number 4 (April 2004): Glenn, Richard A. The Right to Privacy: Rights and Liberties Under the Law.

Number 4 (April 2004): Harcourt, Bernard E. (ed). Guns, Crime, and Punishment in America.

Number 4 (April 2004): Jensen, Erik G. and Thomas C. Heller (eds). Beyond Common Knowledge: Empirical Approaches to the Rule of Law.

Number 4 (April 2004): Leonard, Elizabeth D. Lincoln’s Avengers: Justice, Revenge, and Reunion After the Civil War.

Number 4 (April 2004): Newburn, Tim (ed). Handbook of Policing.

Number 4 (April 2004): Newman, Stephen L. (ed). Constitutional Politics in Canada and the United States.

Number 4 (April 2004): Passavant, Paul A. No Escape: Freedom of Speech and the Paradox of Rights.

Number 4 (April 2004): Přib‡ň, Jiři, Pauline Roberts and James Young (eds). Systems of Justice in Transition. Central European Experiences Since 1989.

Number 4 (April 2004): Sarat, Austin and Patricia Ewick (eds). Studies in Law, Politics, and Society: Vol. 28.

Number 4 (April 2004): Walgrave, Lode (ed). Repositioning Restorative Justice.

Number 4 (April 2004): Williams, David C. The Mythic Meanings of the Second Amendment: Taming Political Violence in a Constitutional Republic.

Number 5 (May 2004): Atria, Fernando and D. Neil MacCormick (eds). Law and Legal Interpretation....pp.305-311.

Number 5 (May 2004): Cranor, Lorrie Faith and Steven S. Wildman (eds). Rethinking Rights and Regulations: Institutional Responses to New Communication Technologies....pp. 295-297.

Number 5 (May 2004): Crotty, William J. The Politics of Terror: The U.S. Response to 9/11.

Number 5 (May 2004): Cullet, Philippe. Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law.

Number 5 (May 2004): Dyzenhaus, David. Judging the Judges, Judging Ourselves: Truth, Reconciliation and the Apartheid Legal Order.

Number 5 (May 2004): Gailey, Elizabeth. Write to Death: News Framing of the Right-to-Die Conflict, from Quinlan’s Coma to Kevorkian’s Conviction.

Number 5 (May 2004): Gilligan, George and Pratt, John. Crime, Truth, and Justice: Official Inquiry, Discourse, Knowledge.

Number 5 (May 2004): Massicotte, Louis, André Blais, Antoine Yoshinaka. Establishing the Rules of the Game: Election Laws in Democracies....pp.298-300.

Number 5 (May 2004): McHugh, James T. Comparitive Constitutional Traditions.

Number 5 (May 2004): Renteln, Alison Dundes. The Cultural Defense.

Number 5 (May 2004): Ruggiero, Kristin. Modernity in the Flesh: Medicine, Law, and Society in Turn-of-the-Century Argentina.

Number 5 (May 2004): Sarat, Austin and Patricia Ewick (eds). Studies in Law, Politics and Society: Vol. 29.

Number 5 (May 2004): Schweber, Howard. The Creation of American Common Law, 1850-1880: Technology, Politics, and the Construction of Citizenship.

Number 5 (May 2004): Tonry, Michael (ed). Confronting Crime: Crime Control Policy Under New Labour.

Number 5 (May 2004): Wickham, Chris. Courts and Conflict in Twelfth-Century Tuscany....pp.301-304.

Number 6 (June 2004): Abel, Richard L. English Lawyers Between Market and State: The Politics of Professionalism....pp.435-439.

Number 6 (June 2004): Acorn, Annalise. Compulsory Compassion: A Critique of Restorative Justice….pp.446-448.

Number 6 (June 2004): Allen, Barbara L. Uneasy Alchemy: Citizens and Experts in Louisiana’s Chemical Corridor Dispute....402-405.

Number 6 (June 2004): Allan, T.R.S. Constitutional Justice: A Liberal Theory of the Rule of Law....pp.449-452.

Number 6 (June 2004): Barnes, Jeb. Overruled? Legislative Overrides, Pluralism, and Contemporary Court-Congress Relations....pp.498-500.

Number 6 (June 2004): Bernstein, David E. You Can’t Say That! : The Growing Threat to Civil Liberties from Antidiscrimination Laws....pp.472-476.

Number 6 (June 2004): Boyd, David R. Unnatural Law: Rethinking Canadian Enviornmental Law and Policy....pp.384-388.

Number 6 (June 2004): Buntman, Fran Lisa. Robben Island and Prisoner Resistance to Apartheid….pp.398-401.

Number 6 (June 2004): Cochran, Augustus B. Sexual Harassment and the Law: The Mechelle Vinson Case...pp. 374-376.

Number 6 (June 2004): Fix-Fierro, Hector. Courts, Justice and Efficiency: A Socio-Legal Study of Economic Reationality in Adjudication....pp.477-480.

Number 6 (June 2004): Hasen, Richard L. The Supreme Court and Election Law: Judging Equality from Baker v. Carr to Bush v. Gore....pp.481-484.

Number 6 (June 2004): Jonakait, Randolph N. The American Jury System....pp.389-392.

Number 6 (June 2004): Katz, Sanford N. Family Law in America....pp.396-397.

Number 6 (June 2004): Kramer, Daniel C. The Price of Rights: The Courts, Government Largesse, and Fundamental Liberties....pp.453-457.

Number 6 (June 2004): Kramer, Mathew H. The Quality of Freedom....410-415.

Number 6 (June 2004): Kutz, Christopher. Complicity: Ethics and Law for a Collective Age....pp.420-423.

Number 6 (June 2004): Loughlin, Martin. The Idea of Public Law....pp.458-464.

Number 6 (June 2004): Maynard-Moody, Steven and Musheno, Michael. Cops, Teachers, Counselors: Stories from the Front Lines of Public Service....pp.416-419.

Number 6 (June 2004): McHugh, James T. The Essential Concept of Law....pp.428-434.

Number 6 (June 2004): Menkel-Meadow, Carrie. Dispute Processing and Conflict Resolution: Theory, Practice, andPolicy….pp.440-445.

Number 6 (June 2004): O’Brien, David M. Animal Sacrifice & Religious Freedom: Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah....pp.501-506.

Number 6 (June 2004): Orford, Anne. Reading Humanitarian Intervention: Human Rights and the Use of Force in International Law....pp.363-373.

Number 6 (June 2004): Pride, Richard A. The Political use of Racial Narratives: School Desegregation in Mobile, Alabama....pp.393-395.

Number 6 (June 2004): Reid, John Phillip. Controlling the Law: Legal Politics in EarlyNationalNewHampshire....pp.377-383.

Number 6 (June 2004): Rhodes, Lorna A. Total Confinement: Madness and Reason in the Maximum Security Prison....pp.485-488.

Number 6 (June 2004): Rössler, Beate(ed.). Privacies: Philosophical Evaluations....pp.489-492.

Number 6 (June 2004): Teske, Paul. Regulation in the States....pp.465-468.

Number 6 (June 2004): Tomkins, Adam. Public Law....pp.469-471.

Number 6 (June 2004): Tonry, Michael. Thinking about Crime: Sense and Sensibility in American Penal Culture....pp.424-427.

Number 6 (June 2004): Twining, William. Bentham: Selected Writings of John Dinwiddy....pp.357-362.

Number 6 (June 2004): Verma, S. K. and Kumar, Kusum (eds.). Fifty Years of the Supreme Court of India: Its Grasp and Reach....406-409.

Number 6 (June 2004): Zywicki, Todd J. (ed.). The Rule of Law, Freedom, and Prosperity....pp.493-497.

Number 7 (July 2004): Barber, Sotirios A. Welfare and the Constitution....pp.583-597.

Number 7 (July 2004): Cahn, Naomi and Joan Heifetz Hollinger(eds.). Families by Law: An Adoption Reader....pp.546-547.

Number 7 (July 2004): Cass, Ronald A. The Rule of Law in America....pp.563-566.

Number 7 (July 2004): Classen, Steven D. Watching Jim Crow: The Struggles Over Mississippi TV, 1955-1969....pp.530-533.

Number 7 (July 2004): Cottrol, Robert J., Raymond T. Diamond, and Leland B. Ware. Brown v. Board of Eduction: Caste, Culture and the Constitution....pp.525-529.

Number 7 (July 2004): Farber, Daniel A. and Suzanna Sherry. Desperately Seeking Certainty: The Misguided Quest for Constitutional Foundations....pp.548-551.

Number 7 (July 2004): Flemming, Roy B. Tournament of Appeals: Granting Judicial Review in Canada....pp.538-542.

Number 7 (July 2004): Fried, Charles. Saying what the Law is: The Constitution in the Supreme Court....pp. 517-519.

Number 7 (July 2004): Hirchl, Ran. Toward Juristocracy: The Origins and Consequences of the New Constitutionalism....pp.552-557.

Number 7 (July 2004): Klarman, Michael J. From Jim Crow to Civil Rights: The Supreme Court and the Struggle for Racial Equality....pp.507-512.

Number 7 (July 2004): MacKinnon, Catherine A. and Reva B. Siegel (eds.). Directions in Sexual Harassment Law....pp.558-562.

Number 7 (July 2004): Mason, Paul(ed.). Criminal Visions: Media Representations of Crime and Justice.....pp.513-516.

Number 7 (July 2004): Mgbeoji, Ikechi. Collective Insecurity: The Liberian Crisis, Unilateralism, and Global Order....pp.567-571.

Number 7 (July 2004): Newburn, Tim and Richard Sparks(eds.). Criminal Justice and Political Cultures: National and International Dimensions of Crime Control.....pp.534-537.

Number 7 (July 2004): O’Brien, Ruth(ed.). Voices from the Edge: Narratives about the Americans with Disabilities Act....pp.579-582.

Number 7 (July 2004): Peerenboom, Randall(ed.). Asian Discourses of Rule of Law: Theories and Implementation of Rule of Law in Twelve Asian Countries, France and the United States….pp.572-575.

Number 7 (July 2004): Prados, John and Margaret Pratt Porter(eds.). Inside The Pentagon Papers....pp.543-545.

Number 7 (July 2004): Tanenhaus, David S. Juvenile Justice in the Making....pp.576-578.

Number 7 (July 2004): West, Robin L. Re-imagining Justice: Progressive Interpretations of Formal Equality, Rights, and the Rule of Law....pp.520-524.

Number 8 (August 2004): Acker, James R and Elizabeth B. Acker. Two Voices on the Legal Rights of America’s Youth....pp.688-691.

Number 8 (August 2004): Aks, Judith. Women’s Rights in Native North America: Legal Mobilization in the US and Canada....pp.627-629.

Number 8 (August 2004): Anderson, Terry L. and Peter J. Hill. The not so Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Fronteir....pp.643-644.

Number 8 (August 2004): Bailey, Mark Warren. Guardians of the Moral Order: The Legal Philosophy of the Supreme Court, 1860-1910....pp.634-638.

Number 8 (August 2004): Bell, Catherine and David Kahane(eds.). Intercultual Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts....pp.598-602.

Number 8 (August 2004): Brashier, Ralph C. Inheritance Law and the Evolving Family....pp.645-647.

Number 8 (August 2004): Conaghan, Joanne and Michael Fischl and Karl Klare(eds.). Labour Law in an Era of Globalization: Transformative Practices and Possibilities....pp.662-666.

Number 8 (August 2004): Dash, Samuel. The Intruders: The Unreasonable Searches and Seizures from King John to John Ashcroft.....pp.673-675.

Number 8 (August 2004): Fisher, Louis. Presidential War Power( Second Edition, Revised)....pp.639-642.

Number 8 (August 2004): Hodgkinson, Peter and William A. Schabas(eds.). Capital Punishment: Strategies for Abolition....pp.603-605.

Number 8 (August 2004): James, Patrick and Donald E. Abelson and Michael Lusztig(eds.). The Myth of the Sacred: The Charter, the Courts, and the Politics of the Constitution in Canada....pp.655-658.

Number 8 (August 2004): Kennedy, Duncan. Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System....pp.667-672.

Number 8 (August 2004): Kymlicka, Will and Alan Patten(eds.). Language Rights and Political Theory....pp.630-633.

Number 8 (August 2004): McConville, Sean(ed.). Use of Punishment....pp.606-608.

Number 8 (August 2004): Miller, Gareth(ed.). Frontiers of Family Law....pp.652-654.

Number 8 (August 2004): Pickerill, Mitchell J. Constitutional Deliberation in Congress: The Impact of Judicial Review in a Separated System....pp.683-687.

Number 8 (August 2004): Sarat, Austin(ed.). The Social Organization of Law: Introductory Readings....pp.623-626.

Number 8 (August 2004): Sarat, Austin and Patricia Ewick(eds.). Punishment, Politics and Culture....pp.609-618.

Number 8 (August 2004): Scheingold, Stuart and Austin Sarat. Something to Believe in: Politics, Professionalism, and Cause Lawyering....pp.659-661.

Number 8 (August 2004): Schmitt, Carl. Legality and Legitimacy....pp.619-623.

Number 8 (August 2004): Shiner, Roger A. Freedom of Commercial Expression....pp.648-651.

Number 8 (August 2004): Valencia, Reynaldo Anaya and Sonia R. Garcia and Henry Flores and Jose Roberto Juarez Jr. Mexican-Americans and the Law: ˇEL PUEBLO UNIDO JAMÁS SERÁ VENCIDO!...pp.676-682.

Number 9 (September 2004): Ackerman, Bruce and Ian Ayres. Voting with Dollars: A New Paradigm for Campaign Finance....pp.704-707.

Number 9 (September 2004): Breslin, Beau. The Communitarian Constitution....pp.723-727.

Number 9 (September 2004): Bruinsma, Gerben and Henk Elffers and Jan de Keijser(eds.). Punishment, Places and Perpetrators: Developments in Criminology and Criminal Justice....pp.716-718.

Number 9 (September 2004): Burke, Lewis W. and Belinda F. Gergel(eds.). Matthew J. Perry: The Man, his Times, and his Legacy....pp.700-703.

Number 9 (September 2004): Edmundson, William A. An Introduction to Right....pp.711-715.

Number 9 (September 2004): Fleury-Steiner, Benjamin. Juror’s Stories of Death: How America’s Death Penalty Invests in Inequality....pp.742-746.

Number 9 (September 2004): Haltom, William and Michael McCann. Distorting The Law: Politics, Media, and the Litigation Crisis....pp.747-750.

Number 9 (September 2004): Heumann, Milton and Lance Cassak. Good Cop, Bad Cop: Racial Profiling and Competing Views of Justice....pp.739-741.

Number 9 (September 2004): McCrudden, Cristopher(ed.). Anti-Discrimination Law....pp.751-753.

Number 9 (September 2004): McGoldrick, Dominic. From ‘9-11’ to the ‘Iraq War 2003’: International Law in an Age of Complexity....pp.692-694.

Number 9 (September 2004): Nussbaum, Martha C. Hiding from Humanity: Disgust, Shame and the Law....pp.708-710.

Number 9 (September 2004): Rosen-Zvi, Issachar. Taking Space Seriously: Law, Space and Society in Contemporary Israel....pp.695-699.

Number 9 (September 2004): Rowe, Michael. Policing, Race, and Racism....pp.719-722.

Number 9 (September 2004): Rozenberg, Joshua. Privacy and the Press....pp.728-731.

Number 9 (September 2004): Williams, Susan H. Truth, Autonomy and Speech: Feminist Theory and the First Amendment....pp.732-734.

Number 9 (September 2004): Wright, George and Stalzer Wyant Cuzzo(eds.). The Legal Studies Reader: A Conversation & Readings about Law....pp.735-738.

Number 10 (October 2004): Dyzenhaus, David(ed.). The Unity of Public Law....pp.799-804.

Number 10 (October 2004): Feinman, Jay M. Un-Making Law: The Conservative Campaign to Roll Back the Common Law....pp.819-822.

Number 10 (October 2004): Fuess, Harald. Divorce in Japan: Family, Gender, and the State, 1600-2000....pp.776-779.

Number 10 (October 2004): Ginsburg, Tom(ed.). Legal Reform in Korea....pp.829-832.

Number 10 (October 2004): Gregory, Raymond F. Unlawful and Unwelcome: Sexual Harassment in the American Workplace....pp.769-771.

Number 10 (October 2004): Herr, S. Stanley and Lawrence O. Gostin and Harold Hongju Koh(eds.). The Human Rights of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities....pp.784-787.

Number 10 (October 2004): Hil, Richard and Gordon Tait(eds.). Hard Lessons: Reflections on Governance and Crime Control in Late Modernity....pp.772-775.

Number 10 (October 2004): Ingram, David. Rights, Democracy, and Fulfillment in the Era of Identity Politics: Principled Compromises in a Compromised World....pp.826-828.

Number 10 (October 2004): Kennedy, David. The Dark Side of Virtue: Reassessing International Humanitarianism....pp.757-759.

Number 10 (October 2004): Law Commission Of Canada. What is Crime? Defining Criminal Conduct in Contemporary Society....pp.780-783.

Number 10 (October 2004): Lobel, Jules. Success Without Victory: Lost Legal Battles and the Long Road to Justice in America....pp.816-818.

Number 10 (October 2004): McGoldrick, Dominic and Peter Rowe and Eric Donnelly(eds.). The Permanent International Criminal Court: Legal and Policy Issues....pp.813-815.

Number 10 (October 2004): Miller, Mark C. and Jeb Barnes(eds.). Making Policy, Making Law: An Interbranch Perspective....pp.760-768.

Number 10 (October 2004): Murray, David. Colonial Justice: Justice, Morality and Crime in the Niagara District, 1791-1849....pp.754-756.

Number 10 (October 2004): Reid, John Phillip. Rule of Law: The Jurisprudence of Liberty in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries....pp.805-812.

Number 10 (October 2004): Scheingold, Stuart and Foreward by Malcolm Feeley. The Politics of Rights, 2nd Edition: Lawyers, Public Policy, and Political Change....pp.788-793.

Number 10 (October 2004): Walklate, Sandra. Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice(2 nd edition)....pp.823-825.

Number 10 (October 2004): Zimring, Franklin E. An American Travesty: Legal Responses to Adolescent Sex Offending....pp.794-798.

Number 11 (November 2004): Backhouse, Constance and Nancy L. Backhouse. The Heiress Vs. The Establishment: Mrs. Campbell’s Campaign for Legal Justice....pp.933-936.

Number 11 (November 2004): Barnett, Randy E. Restoring the Lost Constitution: The Presumption of Liberty....pp.900-911.

Number 11 (November 2004): Belknap, Michal R. The Vinson Court: Justices, Rulings and Legacy....pp.833-836.

Number 11 (November 2004): Campbell, Tom. Separation of Powers in Practice....pp.929-932.

Number 11 (November 2004): Cave, Emma. The Mother of all Crimes: Human Rights, Criminalization and the Child Born Alive....pp.889-892.

Number 11 (November 2004): Gibson, James L. Overcoming Apartheid: Can Truth Reconcile A Divided Nation?....pp.912-915.

Number 11 (November 2004): Halliday, Simon. Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law....pp.878-881.

Number 11 (November 2004): Hing, Ong Bill. Defining America Through Immigration Policy....pp.837-844.

Number 11 (November 2004): Johnson Kevin R. The “Huddled Masses” Myth: Immigration and Civil Rights....pp.837-844.

Number 11 (November 2004): Kramer, Larry D. The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review....pp.916-926.

Number 11 (November 2004): Manfredi, Christopher P. Feminist Activism in the Supreme Court: Legal Mobilization and the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund....pp.861-866.

Number 11 (November 2004): Marlin-Bennett, Renée. Knowledge Power: Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy....pp.874-877.

Number 11 (November 2004): Nakamura, Robert T. and Thomas W. Church. Taming Regulation: Superfund and the Challenge of Regulatory Reform....pp.927-928.

Number 11 (November 2004): Pfeifer, Michael J. Rough Justice: Lynching and American Soceity, 1874-1947....pp. 845-848.

Number 11 (November 2004): Ribeiro, Mark. Limiting Arbitrary Power: The Vagueness Doctrine in Canadian Constitutional Law....pp.882-888.

Number 11 (November 2004): Stone, Geoffrey R. Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime from the Sedition Act of 1798 to the War on Terrorism....pp.896-899.

Number 11 (November 2004): Tonry, Michael(ed.). The Future of Imprisonment....pp.870-873.

Number 11 (November 2004): Trägĺrdh, Lars(ed.). After National Democracy: Rights, Law and Power In America and the New Europe....pp.867-869.

Number 11 (November 2004): Walters, Reece. Deviant Knowledge: Criminology, Politics and Policy....pp.893-895.

Number 11 (November 2004): Watkins, William J Jr. Reclaiming The American Revolution: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and their Legacy....pp.849-851.

Number 11 (November 2004): Weizer, Paul I. How to Please the Court: A Moot Court Handbook....pp.852-853.

Number 12 (December 2004): Devins, Neal and Louis Fisher. The Democratic Constitution....pp.969-975.

Number 12 (December 2004): Dixit, Avinash K. Lawlessness and Economics: Alternative Modes of Governance....pp.961-963.

Number 12 (December 2004): Hatchard, Johan and Muna Ndulo and Peter Slinn. Comparative Constitutionalism and Good Governance in the Commonwealth: An Eastern and Southern African Perspective....pp.964-968.

Number 12 (December 2004): Heckman, James J. and Carmen Pagés(eds.). Law and Employment: Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean....pp.950-952.

Number 12 (December 2004): Hutchinson, Dennis J. and David A. Strauss and Geoffrey R. Stone (eds.).. The Supreme Court Review 2003....pp.976-980.

Number 12 (December 2004): Le Sueur, Andrew(ed.). Building the UK’s New Supreme Court: National and Comparative Perspectives....pp.953-955.

Number 12 (December 2004): Mansell, Wade and Belinda Meteyard and Alan Thomson. A Critical Introduction to Law, Third Edition....pp.956-960.

Number 12 (December 2004): McMahon, Kevin J. Reconsidering Roosevelt On Race: How The Presidency Paved The Road to Brown....pp.981-986.

Number 12 (December 2004): Mello, Michael. Legalizing Gay Marriage....pp.946-949.

Number 12 (December 2004): Norton, Anne. Leo Strauss and the Politics of American Empire....pp.987-992.

Number 12 (December 2004): Richardson, Janice. Selves, Persons, Individuals: Philosophical Perspectives on Women and Legal Obligations....pp.937-940.

Number 12 (December 2004): Wolfe, Christopher(ed.) That Eminent Tribunal: Judicial Supremacy and the Constitution....pp.941-945.

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