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. 2, February

Double Immunity
INTRODUCTION I. DOUBLE IMMUNITY A. The First Layer of Sovereign Immunity: Immunity from Suit 1. Origins of the first layer of sovereign immunity a. Origins of federal immunity from suit b. Origins of state immunity...
Modeling Uncertainty in Tax Law
INTRODUCTION I. THREE MODELS OF TAX COMPLIANCE A. Simple Costs and Benefits 1. The model 2. Evaluating the model B. Expected Value 1. The model 2. Evaluating the model C. Expected Utility ...
Torts and Estates: Remedying Wrongful Interference with Inheritance
INTRODUCTION I. FREEDOM OF DISPOSITION AND THE LAW OF INHERITANCE A. Freedom of Disposition B. Safeguarding Freedom of Disposition Through Will Contests and Restitution Actions 1. Will contests a. Inferences,...
Woman Lawyer: The Trials of Clara Foltz
WOMAN LAWYER: THE TRIALS OF CLARA FOLTZ. By Barbara Babcock. ([dagger]) Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. 2011. xv + 392 pp. $45.00. Called "Portia of the Pacific," Clara Shortridge Foltz, who lived from 1849 until 1934, was the first...