101 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/illlr101 and id is 1 raw text is: NORTHWESTERN
UNIVERSITY
LAW REVIEW
Published from 1906 to 1952 as ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW
The seal of the Northwestern University School of Law
was adopted in 1925. At its center is the figure of St. Ives,
the patron saint of the legal profession, doing equal justice  D CC LS
for the rich and the poor. In the middle circle are the words
bon droit et raison-good law and justice.
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
CERTIFYING QUESTIONS TO CONGRESS ....................... Amanda Frost  1
ADULT IMPERSONATION: RAPE BY FRAUD AS A
DEFENSE TO STATUTORY RAPE ................... Russell L. Christopher  75
& Kathryn H. Christopher
THE MARKET FOR TAKEOVER DEFENSES ...................... Sharon Hannes 125
ESSAYS
FEDERAL SUPREMACY, STATE COURT
INFERIORITY, AND THE CONSTITUTIONALITY
OF JURISDICTION-STRIPPING LEGISLATION .............. James E. Pfander 191
CHIEF JUSTICE REHNQUIST'S APPOINTMENTS TO THE
FISA COURT: AN EMPIRICAL PERSPECTIVE ......... Theodore W. Ruger 239
COMMENTS
A PORT IN THE STORM?: THE PROBLEMATIC AND
SHALLOW SAFE HARBOR FOR ELECTRONIC
DISCOVERY ................................. Daniel Renwick Hodgman  259
WHEN CONSUMER FRAUD CROSSES THE INTERNATIONAL LINE:
THE BASIS FOR EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION
UNDER THE FTC ACT .............................. Michael A. Rabkin 293
FREE SPEECH AND DUE PROCESS PROBLEMS
IN THE REGULATION AND FINANCING
OF JUDICIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS ..................... Mark Spottswood 331

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