Volume 48, No. 2 (Winter 2009) Table of Contents

Editor's Note

The Rule of Law and the Global War on Terrorism: Detainees, Interrogations, and Military Commissions Symposium.

See also the symposium website.

Articles and Presentations

Takeover: Return of the Imperial Presidency (179 KB PDF)
Charlie Savage

The Dual U.S. Standard for the Treatment and Interrogation of Detainees: Unlawful and Unworkable (209 KB PDF)
David E. Graham

Torture Team: Abuse, Lawyers, and Criminal Responsibility (187 KB PDF)
Phillipe Sands

The Difficulty of Defending Detainees (203 KB PDF)
Major David J. R. Frakt

Is Justice Relevant to the Law of War? (134 KB PDF)
George P. Fletcher


A Federal Framework for Regulating the Growing International Presence of the Several States (331 KB PDF)
Jeremy K. Schrag


The Right of Self-Representation Revisited : A Return to the Star Chamber’s Disrespect for Defendant Autonomy? [Indiana v. Edwards, 128 S. Ct. 2379 (2008)] (298 KB PDF)
Ashley G. Hawkinson

The Kansas Supreme Court Sounds the Death Knell of the "Civil" Juvenile Court Proceeding [In re L.M., 186 P.3d 164 (Kan. 2008)] (221 KB PDF)
Darin L. McCollum

The United States Supreme Court Eliminates the "Class-of-One" Equal Protection Claim in Public Employment [Engquist v. Or. Dep't of Agric., 128 S. Ct. 2146 (2008)] (275 KB PDF)
Ryan K. Meyer

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