104 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

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Law Review
Published from 1906 to 1952 as ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW   w A
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 the  D CC
rich and the poor. In the middle circle are the words bon
droit et raison -good law and justice.
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
THE ANTIDISCRIMINATION PARADOX:
WHY SEX BEFORE RACE?      .......................Kimberly A. Yuracko  1
A PRODUCTION THEORY OF
PURE ECONOMIC Loss      ................................Robert J. Rhee  49
BEYOND INNOVATION AND COMPETITION:
THE NEED FOR QUALIFIED TRANSPARENCY
IN INTERNET INTERMEDIARIES................. ......... Frank Pasquale 105
FEDERAL COURTS NOT FEDERAL TRIBUNALS ............ Lumen N. Mulligan     175
ESSAYS
ALLOWING PATIENTS TO WAIVE THE RIGHT
TO SUE FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE:
A RESPONSE TO THALER AND SUNSTEIN       .................... Tom Baker 233
& Timothy D. Lytton
ANTITRUST DIVERGENCE AND THE
LIMITS OF ECONOMIcS...      ................................. Alan Devlin  253
& Michael Jacobs
HOWARD J. TRIENENS VISITING SCHOLAR PROGRAM
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND
THE ROLE OF THE UNITED STATES     .................William A. Fletcher 293
NOTES AND COMMENTS
CRITICAL CONDITION: USING ASYLUM LAW TO
CONTEST FORCED MEDICAL REPATRIATION
OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS         ........................ Kendra Stead  307

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