Stanford Law Review

Stanford Law Review is a journal on law published bi-monthly by Stanford Law School, in Stanford, Calif., for lawyers, law teachers and law students.

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 1, January

A Clinic's Place in the Supreme Court Bar
INTRODUCTION I. TESTING THE VALUE OF SUPREME COURT SPECIALIZATION A. Methodology B. Relative Success Rates C. Isolating Causes for the Differential 1. Selection bias 2. Amicus support from the United States II. CLINICAL OPPORTUNITIES ...
Counterfactual Contradictions: Interpretive Error in the Analysis of AEDPA
INTRODUCTION I. VARIETIES OF COUNTERFACTUAL SPECULATION A. Hard and Soft Counterfactuals B. Counterfactuals in the Law 1. Counterfactual speculation in criminal appeals: harmless error 2. Counterfactual speculation...
Putting Desert in Its Place
3. Study 5: How long does dissatisfaction with the law last? Methodology. Our next study raises a more fundamental concern about the compliance hypothesis to the extent that it suggests that noncompliance attitudes resulting from the failure of...
Removal as a Political Question
INTRODUCTION I. DOCTRINAL FOUNDATIONS A. Removal Before Free Enterprise Fund B. Free Enterprise Fund C. The Political Question Doctrine II. REMOVAL AUTHORITY AS A MEANS OF BUREAUCRATIC CONTROL A. The Plural Technologies of Bureaucratic...