109 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2014-2015)

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Northwestern University

Law Review

Published from 1906 to 1952 as ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW we                 0

  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
rich and the poor. In the middle circle are the words bon
droit et raison-good law and justice.







                          CONTENTS

ARTICLES
    (UN)EQUAL PROTECTION: WHY GENDER
       EQUALITY DEPENDS ON DISCRIMINATION ... Keith Cunningham-Parmeter 1

    CASES, CONTROVERSIES, AND DIVERSITY .................. F. Andrew Hessick  57

    WHEN RULES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN ..................... Zev J. Eigen   109
                                                      David S. Sherwyn
                                                    Nicholas F. Menillo

NOTES AND COMMENTS
    TOWARD A DIGITAL TRANSFER DOCTRINE?
       THE FIRST SALE DOCTRINE IN THE
       DIGITAL ERA ............................................. Sarah  Reis  173

    WHAT'S AT STAKE?: BLUMAN V.
       FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION AND THE
       INCOMPATIBILITY OF THE STAKE-BASED
       IMMIGRATION PLENARY POWER AND
       FREEDOM OF SPEECH ............................... Alyssa Markenson  209

    DIGGING UP THE CORP(SES): HOLSTON
       INVESTMENTS V. LANLOGISTICS CORP.
       AND THE CONTINUING STRUGGLE TO DETERMINE
       THE CITIZENSHIP OF DISSOLVED AND INACTIVE
       CORPORATIONS FOR THE PURPOSES OF
       DIVERSITY JURISDICTION .......................... Nicholas W. Roosevelt 243

ONLINE ESSAY
    THE CEO AND THE HYDRAULICS OF CAMPAIGN
       FINANCE DEREGULATION .............................. Sarah C. Haan  269

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