Titles By Date

APRIL 2002
4th EDWARD LAZARUS
A Defensible Execution?
Why The Case Of Alleged September 11 Conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui Presents A Conundrum For Death Penalty Abolitionists

MARCH 2002
25th ANTHONY SEBOK
The Final Rules For The September 11 Victims Compensation Fund:
Are They A Laudable Model, Or A Large Mistake?
14th JONATHAN M. SCHOENWALD
Reforming The FBI After September 11:
Lessons From The 1960s
11th JOANNE MARINER
Guantanamera:
The Continuing Debate Over The Legal Status Of Guantanamo Detainees
7th JULIE HILDEN
How Much Should The Public Be Told About Threats Of Terrorism?:
Everything, Unless Security Is Compromised By Disclosure
7th ANUPAM CHANDER
Guantanamo And The Rule Of Law:
Why We Should Not Use Guantanamo Bay To Avoid The Constitution

FEBRUARY 2002
11th ANTHONY SEBOK
Defending The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund:
Why In The End, The Plan Is Fair To All
  PETER YU
Terrorism And The Global Digital Divide:
Why Bridging The Divide Is Even More Important After September 11

JANUARY 2002
31st PETER SPIRO
The End Of The "War" (And Of War As We Know It):
Deploying A Law Enforcement Model In The Fight Against Terrorism
23rd MICHAEL DORF
What Is An "Unlawful Combatant," And Why It Matters:
The Status Of Detained Al Qaeda And Taliban Fighters
22nd JULIE HILDEN
Why The Zacarias Moussaoui Trial Should Be Televised
21st JOANNE MARINER
Our Many And Varied Wars Against Terror
14th ANTHONY SEBOK
What Should Be Changed Before the Rule For September 11 Victim Compensation Becomes Final:
The Need For Fairness for Domestic Partners
7th JOANNE MARINER
Good And Bad Terrorism?
3rd MARCI HAMILTON
Punishing John Walker, The "American Taliban":
Has Walker's Religious Quest Convinced The Administration To Go Easy?
1st VICTOR WILLIAMS
Why President Bush Should Use Recess Appointments To Fill Wartime Vacancies

DECEMBER 2001
31st ANTHONY J. SEBOK
How Special Master Ken Feinberg Should - And Should Not - Set Up The Compensation Plan For September 11th Victims
27th JULIE HILDEN
September 11, The First Amendment, And The Advocacy Of Violence
26th PHILIP A. GAGNER
The Bush Administration's Claim That Even Citizens Can Be Brought Before Military Tribunals, And Why It Should Never Be Put Into Practice
25th EDWARD LAZARUS
Where In The World Is Dick Cheney, And Why Don't We Know The Answer?
A Scrooge's View Of Christmas Politics
17th ANITA RAMASASTRY
Dragnet Law Enforcement That Won't Work:
Why "Voluntary" Police Interviews Of Middle-eastern Visitors Are Both Wrongful And Ineffective
13th RICHARD MCGILL MURPHY
What The Cameras Leave Out:
A War That Is Much More Than A Clash Of Abstractions
12th JOANNE MARINER
Ashcroft's Distorted Constitution
11th EDWARD LAZARUS
The History And Precedential Value Of The Supreme Court Case Cited In Support Of The Bush Administration's Military Tribunals
11th MARK H. ALLENBAUGH
What Sentence For Osama Bin Laden, And Other Terrorists?:
A Crucial But Neglected Question
10th MICHAEL C. DORF
Second Things First:
Attorney General Ashcroft's Protection Of The Rights Of Possible Terrorists To Possess Firearms
7th JOHN DEAN
Military Tribunals: A Long And Mostly Honorable History
6th MARCI HAMILTON
Liberals' Hypocrisy Over Military Tribunals:
Why The Liberals Who Fought For Discretion During The Clinton Administration Should Continue To Support It Now
3rd ANTHONY J. SEBOK
Why Congress Should Reject The Republicans' Proposal To Limit All Future Terrorism Victims' Ability To Seek Compensation In Court
3rd NICOLE BELSON GOLUBOFF
Helping New York Recover:
Removing An Unfair Tax On Telecommuters

NOVEMBER 2001
29th JULIE HILDEN
The Death Of Anonymous Speech On The Internet?
How September 11 May Alter Our First Amendment Rights Online
29th JOEL B. GROSSMAN
Careless With The Constitution?
The Problem With Military Tribunals
26th JOANNE MARINER
O.J. and Osama
The Fear Of A Highly Publicized Bin Laden Trial, And The Problem With Military Commissions
23rd JOHN DEAN
The Critics Are Wrong:
Why President Bush's Decision To Bring Foreign Terrorists To Justice Before Military Tribunals Should Not Offend Civil Libertarians
16th AKHIL REED AMAR AND VIKRAM DAVID AMAR
The New Regulation Allowing Federal Agents To Monitor Attorney-Client Conversations:
Why It Threatens Fourth Amendment Values
15th IAN MYLCHREEST
Mr. Ashcroft, Meet Mr. Palmer:
Some Lessons For The Attorney General (and All Of Us) From The 1919-20 Terrorist Attacks
14th SAM KAZMAN AND HENRY I. MILLER
Federalize In Haste, Repent At Leisure
Why Vaccine Production Should Stay In The Private Sector
13th JULIE HILDEN
Punishing Anthrax Hoaxers:
What Should The Penalties Be, And Does The First Amendment Allow Hate Hoaxes To Be Punished More Severely?
12th JOANNE MARINER
Of Nukes, Bomblets, And Spores
8th MARCI HAMILTON
How Law Schools Get In The Way Of On-Campus Military Recruitment, Even After September 11 Ñ And Why They Need To Stop

OCTOBER 2001
26th JOHN DEAN
President Bush's New Role:
How September 11th Transformed The President
25th MARCI HAMILTON
Federalism And September 11:
Why The Tragedy Should Convince Congress To Concentrate On Truly National Topics
25th MEI LIN KWAN-GETT
Why We Are Learning Information About The Grand Jury Investigation Into The September 11 Attacks Despite Grand Jury Secrecy Rules
22nd ANTHONY J. SEBOK
The New Airline Stabilization Act:
Why The Choice Of A Special Master Is Crucial, And Why A Commission Should Fill That Role
19th JOANNE MARINER
Beating Bin Laden In The West Bank
18th JULIE HILDEN
Are The Government's Requests That Networks Decline To Air Bin Laden Videos A Free Speech Threat?
17th SANFORD LEVINSON
What Is The Constitution's Role In Wartime?:
Why Free Speech And Other Rights Are Not As Safe As You Might Think
17th LAURA HODES
The Power Of Parody, Puppets, And Political Statements:
Were The Bert/bin Laden Posters Protected Parody, Or Copyright Infringement?
15th ANITA RAMASASTRY
Follow The Money, And Follow It Fast:
The Need For An International Fiscal Coalition To Fight Money Laundering
12th JOHN DEAN
Why Middle Eastern Immigrants Are Worried:
Reasonable Fears, Difficult Law Enforcement Problems
11th MARCI HAMILTON
An Open Letter To Mr. Bin Laden From The United States Constitution
10th SHERRY F. COLB
The New Face Of Racial Profiling:
How Terrorism Affects The Debate
10th ERNEST YOUNG
The Balance Of Federalism In Unbalanced Times:
Should the Supreme Court Reconsider Its Federalism Precedents In Light of the War on Terrorism?
9th TOBIAS BARRINGTON WOLFF
"Don't Ask Don't Tell" Hits Home:
The Injustice Of Barring Gay And Lesbian Americans From Joining In Our Nation's Defense
8th ANTHONY J. SEBOK
Understanding Victims' Rights Under The New Air Transportation Safety And System Stabilization Act
8th BARTON ARONSON
Safety First, Part Two:
Revamping The Statutory Tools To Combat Terrorism
5th ANITA RAMASASTRY
Indefinite Detention Based Upon Suspicion:
How The Patriot Act Will Disrupt Many Lawful Immigrants' Lives
4th JULIE HILDEN
Why New Yorkers Should Extend Giuliani's Term Ñ But Not Through Agreement
4th ANTHONY DWORKIN
The Response From Britain, And The Need For The U.S. To Take A More Multilateral Approach To Terrorism
3rd MICHAEL C. DORF
The Supreme Court Returns, To A Changed Legal Landscape
3nd JOHN DEAN
Books On Terrorism And Islamic Fundamentalists
2nd EDWARD LAZARUS
Challenges For The Supreme Court In The Wake Of Terrorism:
Allowing Greater Federal Power, And Minimizing Church/State Ties
1st LAURA HODES
Assessing The Anti-Terrorism Act, And Defending Carnivore:
How The Internet Can Become A Tool To Fight Terrorism
1st STEVEN Z. FREIBERGER
What Should Be Done About Terrorism?:
Some Questions, And Some Answers
1st STEVEN Z. FREIBERGER
The First Forty-Eight Hours After The Attacks:
A History Teacher Considers What to Tell His Students

SEPTEMBER 2001
28th JOHN DEAN
Appropriate Justice For Terrorists:
Using Military Tribunals Rather Than Criminal Courts
27th BARTON ARONSON
Safety First, Part One:
The Law Governing Our Borders And Skies
26th SHERRY F. COLB
Not By Courage Alone:
Why Altruism And Love Should Define Our Heroes
26th RICHARD MCGILL MURPHY
Think First, Bomb Later:
Why A Strike Against Afghanistan Would Actually Help Bin Laden
25th JOANNA GROSSMAN
The Problem With Playing The Blame Game With Respect To The September 11 Tragedy
25th RUSSELL COVEY
The Need For Clarity In Assessing The Terrorist Acts:
Why The Acts May Or May Not Constitute War, Crimes, And War Crimes, And Why Definitions Matter
24th ANTHONY J. SEBOK
Assessing The New Airline Law:
Not Just A Bailout, But Also A Huge Tort Reform Plan
21st MARCI HAMILTON
Playing Into The Taliban's Hands:
The Mistake Of Treating This War As Christianity Versus Islam
21st NEIL H. BUCHANAN
The Appropriate Limits Of Nonpartisanship In A Crisis:
Why The President's Mandate Does Not Cover The Capital Gains Tax Cut And Other Proposals
20th JULIE HILDEN
The Civil Liberties We Need To Keep, And Those We Can Afford To Lose:
Evaluating The Government's Proposals
20th THOMAS HENTOFF
Even After The Terrorist Attacks, The Press's Newsgathering Privilege Must Be Respected
19th MICHAEL C. DORF
What Lawyers Can Do In The Wake Of The Terror
19th PETER SPIRO
Not War, Crimes
18th EDWARD LAZARUS
Courage, Cowardice, And Terrorism
Why Choosing Our Goal Carefully Matters As Much As Courageously Achieving Them
18th SCOTT IDLEMAN
Terrorism, Liberty, And Community:
Why We Need a Stronger Focus On the Common Good
17th JOANNE MARINER
Revenge, Retaliation And Collective Guilt
17th TOBIAS BARRINGTON WOLFF
Why We Are Here:
A Law Professor Discusses His Difficult Return To The Classroom
14th JOHN DEAN
Examining The President's Powers To Fight Terrorism
13th MARCI HAMILTON
When Extremists Test The Constitutional Order:
Reflections On The Recent Terrorist Acts

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