89 N.Y.U. L. Rev. [i] (2014)

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LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 89             APRIL 2014             NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
TRIBUTES
PROFESSOR RONALD DWORKIN
Jeremy Waldron, Lewis A. Kornhauser,
The Honorable Stephen Breyer, T.M. Scanlon,
Rebecca L. Brown, Liam Murphy,
Robert B. Silvers, Thomas Nagel
ARTICLES
THE BLACKS WHO GOT THEIR FORTY ACRES:
A THEORY OF BLACK WEST INDIAN MIGRANT
ASSET ACQUISITION
Eleanor Marie Lawrence Brown  27
SEX-POSITIVE LAW
Margo Kaplan 89
ACCIDENTAL INHERITANCE: RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS
AND THE HIDDEN LAW OF SUCCESSION
Stewart E. Sterk & Melanie B. Leslie 165
NOTES
DEVELOPING A SPEECH OR DEBATE CLAUSE
FRAMEWORK FOR REDISTRICTING LITIGATION
Christopher Asta 238
WE TRIED TO MAKE THEM OFFER REHAB, BUT
THEY SAID, No, No, No!: INCENTIVIZING
PRIVATE PRISON REFORM THROUGH THE PRIVATE
PRISONER REHABILITATION CREDIT
Cassandre Monique Davilmar 267
ANTI-SUBORDINATION IN THE EQUAL PROTECTION
CLAUSE: A CASE STUDY
Abigail Nurse 293

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