21 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. [i] (2017)

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Lewis & Clark


Law Review

VOLUME  21 / NUMBER 1 / 2017


EDITOR'S NOTE
Brandon L. Thornburg

ARTICLES
The Hidden Though Flourishing Justification of
Intellectual Property Laws: Distributive Justice,
National Versus International Approaches
Dr. Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid

Why  the Late Justice Scalia Was Wrong: The
Fallacies of Constitutional Textualism
Ken Levy

Zone-of-Interests Standing in Constitutional
Cases After Lexmark
Brannon P. Denning & Sarah F. Bothma

Law and Economics Scholarship and Supreme
Court Antitrust Jurisprudence, 1950-2010
Camden Hutchison

ESSAY
The Immorality of Requesting Expedited Review
Joseph Scott Miller

NOTES & COMMENTS
States Must Protect Issue Advocacy in a Post-
Citizens United World
Amanda Manjarrez

When  Substantive Due Process Meets Equal
Protection: Reconciling Obergefell and Glucksberg
Katherine Watson


LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL

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