105 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2011)

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Law Review
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droit et raison--good law and justice.
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
FLEXING JUDICIAL MUSCLE: AN EMPIRICAL
STUDY OF JUDICIAL ACTIVISM IN THE
FEDERAL COURTS..     ............................. Corey Rayburn Yung   1
PRIVILEGES OR IMMUNITIES     .............................Philip Hamburger  61
RETHINKING THE INTEREST-CONVERGENCE
THESIS ..     ............................................... Justin Driver 149
THE FLAWED PROBABILISTIC FOUNDATION
OF LAW AND ECONOMIcS          ................................... Alex Stein  199
ESSAYS
THE STATE (NEVER) RESTS: How EXCESSIVE
PROSECUTORIAL CASELOADs HARM
CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS .........................Adam M. Gershowitz 261
& Laura R. Killinger
REFORMING THE FILIBUSTER        .......................... Gerard N. Magliocca  303
NOTES AND COMMENTS
LEGAL REMEDIES FOR SAVING PUBLIC
INTEREST JOURNALISM IN AMERICA        .......................Nick Gamse 329
THE VIRTUES OF VIRTUAL MARKING
IN PATENT REFORM ................................. Corey McCaffrey     367
IOBAL AS JUDICIAL RORSCHACH TEST:
AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF DISTRICT COURT
INTERPRETATIONS OF ASHCROFT v. IQBAL .......... Colleen McNamara       401

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