41 Conn. L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/conlr41 and id is 1 raw text is: CONNECTICUT
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 41            NOVEMBER 2008             NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
IMMIGRANT REMITTANCES ............................................ Ezra Rosser  1
DISPUTANTS' PERCEPTIONS OF
DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURES:
AN Ex ANTE AND Ex POST LONGITUDINAL
EMPIRICAL STUDY ................ Donna Shestowsky & Jeanne Brett  63
PUNITIVE DAMAGES, CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT,
AND PROPORTIONALITY:
THE IMPORTANCE OF LEGISLATIVE LIMITS ........ Leo M Romero  109
FAIRLY RANDOM:
ON COMPENSATING AUDITED TAXPAYERS ...... Sarah B. Lawsky  161
CLERK AND JUSTICE:
THE TIES THAT BIND JOHN PAUL STEVENS
AND WILEY B. RUTLEDGE .......................... Laura Krugman Ray  211
NOTES
UNSPOKEN ASSUMPTIONS:
EXAMINING TRIBAL JURISDICTION OVER
NONMEMBERS NEARLY Two DECADES
AFTER DURO V. REINA .............................. Benjamin J. Cordiano  265
FORM-BASED CODES:
MEASURED SUCCESS THROUGH BOTH
MANDATORY AND OPTIONAL
IMPLEMENTATION ................................................. John M   Barry  305
CAN YOU HEAR ME Now?:
THE MYTHS SURROUNDING CELL PHONE USE
WHILE DRIVING AND CONNECTICUT'S FAILED
ATTEMPT AT A REMEDY ............................ Andrew F. Amendola  339

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