106 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2012)

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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 the  De
rich and the poor. In the middle circle are the words bon
droit et raison-good law and justice.
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
CHOICE OF LAW IN FEDERAL COURTS:
FROM ERIE AND KLAXON TO CAFA
AND SHADY GROVE .............................. Kermit Roosevelt I11  1
PROBABILISTIC STANDING ............................... F. Andrew Hessick  55
COMMUNITES OF INNOVATION ............................ Michael Mattioli 103
THE PLIGHT OF THE INDIVIDUAL
INVESTOR IN SECURITIES CLASS ACTIONS ............. David H. Webber 157
REPATRIATING TAX-EXEMPT INVESTMENTS
TAX HAVENS, BLOCKER CORPORATIONS,
AND UNRELATED DEBT-FINANCED INCOME .......... Samuel D. Brunson 225
NOTES AND COMMENTS
WHO WILL WATCH THE WATCHMEN?:
CITIZENS RECORDING POLICE CONDUCt ................ Michael Potere 273
JEALOUSIES OF A STANDING ARMY:
THE USE OF MERCENARIES IN THE
AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
FOR CONGRESS'S ROLE IN REGULATING
PRIVATE MILITARY FIRMS ........................ Matthew Underwood 317
No LOGICAL STOPPING-POINT:
THE CONSEQUENCES OF PADILLA V.
KENTUCKY'S INEVITABLE EXPANSION .................. Derek Wikstrom  351

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