Volume 72, Summer 2020, Issue 4

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Robert F. Williams State Constitutional Law Lecture: The State of State Constitutional Law, The New Judicial Federalism and Beyond Robert F. Williams State constitutions, too, are a font of individual

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Volume 72, Spring 2020, Issue 3

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The County Line: The Law and Politics of Ballot Positioning in New Jersey Brett M. Pugach, Esq. Unelected and unaccountable party bosses and political machines have for many years used

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Symposium 2019

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The Rutgers University Law Review Spring Symposium was held on Thursday, April 18th, 2019. The Symposium focused on the legal issues presented by the opioid crisis in America.  Specifically, panelists discussed the implications

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Volume 72 | Winter 2019 | Issue 2

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Interpretations by Treasury and the IRS: Authoritative Weight, Judicial Deference, and the Separation of Powers Islame Hosny Since the Supreme Court’s decision in Mayo Foundation, tax has no longer been

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Volume 72, Fall 2019, Issue 1

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Statute of Limitations: Claims Forgotten, Forgiven, or Foregone? George Rutherglen “Don’t look back. Something might be gaining on you.” – Leroy “Satchel” Paige Recent allegations and revelations about the past

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Volume 71, Summer 2019, Issue 5

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Introduction to the Thirtieth Annual Issue on State Constitutional Law Robert F. Williams This is our Thirtieth Annual Issue on State Constitutional Law. Our invited Foreword this year is by

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Volume 71, Issue 4

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ARTICLES Thought’s on Zaibert’s Rethinking Michael T. Cahill In responding to Leo Zaibert’s Rethinking Punishment, I face a daunting although not altogether unwelcome challenge, namely that I am in firm

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