Harvard Law Review: Volume 131, Number 8 - June 2018
Contents: "Harmless Errors and Substantial Rights," Daniel Epps; "Presidential Norms and Article II," Daphna Renan; "Abstention in the Time of Ferguson," Fred Smith, Jr.; & "Facts, Values, Justification, Democracy," Don Herzog. Also Notes on Civil Forfeiture, Environmental Justice, & Judicial Review of the Executive. And 2 Recent Cases commentaries, plus In Memoriam for Judge Stephen Reinhardt. More
The contents of the June 2018 issue (Number 8) include:
* Article, "Harmless Errors and Substantial Rights," by Daniel Epps
* Article, "Presidential Norms and Article II," by Daphna Renan
* Article, "Abstention in the Time of Ferguson," by Fred O. Smith, Jr.
* Book Review, "Facts, Values, Justification, Democracy," by Don Herzog
* Note, "How Crime Pays: The Unconstitutionality of Modern Civil Asset Forfeiture as a Tool of Criminal Law Enforcement"
* Note, "RCRA as a Tool for Environmental Justice Communities and Others to Compel Climate Change Adaptation"
* Note, "The Presumption of Regularity in Judicial Review of the Executive Branch"
The issue includes In Memoriam contributions about the life, judicial legacy, mentorship, and scholarship of Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Contributors include Justice Anthony Kennedy, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Judge David Barron, Michael Dorf, Heather Gerken, Andrew Crespo, Benjamin Sachs, and Adriaan Lanni.
In addition, the issue features student commentary on Recent Cases, exploring such subjects as whether a multimonth leave of absence is a reasonable accommodation under the ADA, and whether a licensing requirement for African-style hair braiders survives a constitutional challenge under rational basis review. Finally, as the last issue for the academic year, the ebook includes a comprehensive Index to Volume 131 (2017-2018).
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