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    • 2007 Circumvention Landscape Report: Methods, Uses, and Tools 

      Palfrey, John; Roberts, Harold; Zuckerman, Ethan (Berkman Center for Internet and Society, 2009)
      As the Internet has exploded over the past fifteen years, recently reaching over a billion users, dozens of national governments from China to Saudi Arabia have tried to control the network by filtering out content ...
    • 2010 Circumvention Tool Usage Report 

      Roberts, Hal M.; Zuckerman, Ethan Robert; York, Jillian C; Faris, Robert M; Palfrey, John Gorham (2011-12-09)
      Circumvention tools allow users to bypass Internet filtering to access content otherwise blocked by governments, workplaces, schools, or even the blocked sites themselves. There are a number of different types of these ...
    • Abe Chayes: A Man Without Boundaries 

      Alford, William P. (2001)
    • Abolishing Judicial Review 

      Tushnet, Mark V. (2011)
      An Essay is presented on the judicial review of the proposed amendments of the U.S. Constitution and acts of the U.S. Congress. It further discusses the role of judges as experts in law which include addressing all ...
    • Absolute Majority Rules 

      Vermeule, Cornelius Adrian (Cambridge University Press, 2007)
      This article considers absolute majority rules, which require the affirmative vote of a majority of all those eligible to vote in the institution. I compare absolute majority rules to simple majority rules under which only ...
    • Abstention Doctrine Today 

      Field, Martha Amanda (University of Pennsylvania, 1977)
    • Abstention In Constitutional Cases: The Scope of the Pullman Abstention Doctrine 

      Field, Martha Amanda (University of Pennsylvania, 1974)
    • Accidents of the Great Society 

      Goldberg, John C.P.; Zipursky, Benjamin C. (University of Maryland, 2005)
      Although published in 1970, The Costs of Accidents was written in the 1960s. In its boldness, its brilliance, and its progressive aspirations, the book is emblematic of the great society movement out of which it developed. ...
    • Accommodating Every Body 

      Stein, Michael Ashley; Silvers, Anita; Areheart, Bradley A.; Francis, Leslie P. (University of Chicago Press, 2014)
      This Article contends that workplace accommodations should be predicated on need or effectiveness instead of group identity status. It proposes that, in principle, “accommodating every body” be achieved by extending Americans ...
    • Accommodating Integration 

      Minow, Martha Louise (University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 2008)
      In Integrating Accommodation, Elizabeth Emens commendably scrutinizes what could be called the "positive externalities" of disability accommodation and sharpens the policy choices that their recognition should present. ...
    • Accommodation of Religion Thirty Years On 

      Tushnet, Mark V. (Harvard University, Harvard Law School, 2015)
    • Accountability and Transparency at ICANN: An Independent Review 

      Gasser, Urs; Burkert, Herbert; Palfrey, John Gorham; Zittrain, Jonathan (2010)
    • Accuracy in the Assessment of Damages 

      Kaplow, Louis; Shavell, Steven (University of Chicago Press, 1996)
      Assessment of damages is a principal issue in litigation and, in light of this, we consider the social justification for, and the private benefits of, accurate measurement of harm. Greater accuracy induces injurers to ...
    • Accuracy in the Determination of Liability 

      Kaplow, Louis; Shavell, Steven (University of Chicago Press, 1994)
      No abstract provided.
    • The Accuracy of Traditional Market Power Analysis and a Direct Adjustment Alternative 

      Kaplow, Louis (Harvard Law School, 1982)
      No abstract provided.
    • Active Choosing or Default Rules? The Policymaker’s Dilemma 

      Sunstein, Cass Robert (2014)
      For policymakers, the idea of active choosing has a great deal of appeal, not least because it avoids the charge of paternalism. In many contexts, however, an insistence on active choosing is a form of paternalism, not an ...
    • Addressing Global Health Inequities: An Open Licensing Approach for University Innovations 

      Kapczynski, Amy; Chaifetz, Samantha; Katz, Zachery; Benkler, Yochai (2005)
      The article describes the current crisis in access to medicines in the developing world, the existing R&D gap, and the role of universities and other public sector research institutions in exacerbating or ameliorating these ...
    • Adjudication As Sport: Rhetoric Astray? 

      Michelman, Frank Isaac (Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, 2000)
    • Administrative Law Goes to War 

      Sunstein, Cass Robert (Harvard University, Harvard Law School, 2005)
      What are the President's war-making powers? This essay, a brief reply to an article by Curtis Bradley and Jack Goldsmith, contends that the answer lies in administrative law, at least in the first instance. The President's ...