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Leo Strine and Nicholas Walter published a recent article, Originalist or Original: The Difficulties of Reconciling Citizens United with Corporate Law History, 91 Notre Dame L. Rev. 877 (2016). Strine is the chief justice of the Delaware supreme court and a leading corporate law jurist. The article contests Scalia's concurrence ...

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Many if not most law professors write advocacy as opposed to scholarship. The key distinction is whether ahead of time you know what your conclusions are likely to be and whether subtly or with a hammer drive these points home. In many respects there is very little to separate law professor ...

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Originally appeared on Reader Supported News. The presidential debate has a radical divide. There are strong coterie of republican want-to-be’s who strongly believe that they constitute presidential timber. The problem they represent is their ability to generate problems and issues that are deminimous as matters of public policy and in some ...

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