103 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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Law Review
Published from 1906 to 1952 as ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW           W
The seal of the North western 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
the rich and the poor. In the middle circle are the words
bon droit et raison-good law and justice.
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
A PROPERTY THEORY OF CONTRACT ........................ Andrew S. Gold

CANONIZING THE CIVIL RIGHTS REVOLUTION:
THE PEOPLE AND THE POLL TAX ........

.......... Bruce Ackerman
& Jennifer Nou

THE DEFINE AND PUNISH CLAUSE AND
THE LIMITS OF UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION ............ Eugene Kontorovich 149
HETEROSEXUALITY AND TITLE VII ..................... Zachary A. Kramer 205
ESSAYS
GONZALES, CASEY, AND THE VIABILITY RULE ................... Randy Beck 249
HEDGE FUND ACTIVISM IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF
BONDHOLDER  RIGHTS .................................. Marcel Kahan  281
& Edward Rock
HOWARD J. TRIENENS VISITING SCHOLAR PROGRAM
PREEMPTION: FIRST PRINCIPLES ......................... Stephen F. Williams 323
NOTES AND COMMENTS
A MAVERICK ACHIEVES SOMETHING NOBLER THAN
SIMPLE REBELLION: WHY SHARESLEUTH IS
LEGAL UNDER SECTION 10(b) AND RULE 10b-5,
AND WHY IT SHOULD REMAIN THAT WAY ......... Matthew B. Arnould 335

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