102 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2008)

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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 for  0 C C
the rich and the poor. In the middle circle are the words
bon droit et raison- good law and justice.
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
THE PROBLEM OF EQUALITY IN TAKINGS ............... Nestor M. Davidson  1
IN SEARCH OF REMOVAL JURISDICTION ....................... Scott Dodson  55
DELAWARE'S VANTAGEPoIN. THE EMPIRE
STRIKES BACK IN THE POST-POST-ENRON ERA ........ Timothy P. Glynn  91
JAMES MADISON AND LEGISLATIVE CHAPLAINS ............... Andy G. Olree 145
ESSAYS
ARE ALL LEGAL DOLLARS CREATED EQUAL? ............. Yuval Feldman 223
& Doron Teichman
ACKNOWLEDGING GUILT:
FORCING SELF-IDENTIFICATION IN
POST-CONvICTION DNA TESTING ........................ Tonja Jacobi 263
& Gwendolyn Carroll
COMMENTS
IRREGULAR PASSION: THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY AND
INEFFICACY OF SEX OFFENDER RESIDENCY LAWS ....... Sarah E. Agudo 307
ALL ENEMIES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC: ERASING THE
DISTINCTION BETWEEN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
INTELLIGENCE GATHERING UNDER THE
FOURTH  AMENDMENT  .................................... Dan Fenske  343
THE SUPREME COURT'S GVR POWER: DRAWING A
LINE BETWEEN DEFERENCE AND CONTROL ..................... Sena Ku 383

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