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Articles from Case Western Reserve Law Review (June 22, 2009)

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A radically immodest judicial modesty: the end of facial challenges to abortion regulations and the future of the health exception in the Roberts era. Hill, B. Jessie 12593
A wise man makes his exit. Durchslag, Melvyn R. Testimonial 1178
Access to courts and preemption of state remedies in collective action perspective. Levy, Richard E.; Glicksman, Robert L. 16968
Challenging an execution after prolonged confinement on death row (Lackey revisited). Simmons, Erin 9098
Congress, separation of powers, and standing. Solimine, Michael E. 18854
Deconstructing Wyeth v. Levine: the new limits on implied conflict preemption. Vladeck, David C. 15460
Empowerment through restraint: reverse preemption or hybrid lawmaking? Little, Laura E. 20516
Spencer Neth. Leatherberry, Wilbur C. Testimonial 1008
Spencer Neth: an appreciation. Entin, Jonathan L. Testimonial 1120
Standing doctrine, judicial technique, and the gradual shift from rights-based constitutionalism to executive-centered constitutionalism. Cisneros, Laura A. 33010
Standing still in the Roberts Court. Adler, Jonathan H. 12122
Strange bedfellows: the politics of preemption. Mullenix, Linda S. 21538
The Roberts Court and access to justice. Nichol, Gene R. 6746
The status of graduate students and that of medical residents under the National Labor Relations Act as a starting point for crafting a statutory definition of "employee". Witt, Sara 12601
Towards a public human tissue trust. Harvey, Martin 19601

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