Volume 120 · March 2007 · Number 5
Richard Posner, the Judge
Satisfaction and Posner's Morin Opinion: Aliquando Bonus Dormitat Posnerus?
Lex Loci Delictus and Global Economic Welfare: Spinozzi v. ITT Sheraton Corp.
Jack L. Goldsmith and Alan O. Sykes
Aimster and Optimal Targeting
Daryl J. Levinson
Statutory Pragmatism and Constitutional Structure
John F. Manning
Religion and the Burden of Proof: Posner's Economics and Pragmatism in Metzl v. Leininger
Good Faith in Contract Performance: Market Associates Ltd. Partnership v. Frey
Todd D. Rakoff
Not-So-Ordinary Judges in Ordinary Courts: Teaching Jordan v. Duff & Phelps, Inc.
J. Mark Ramseyer
The Judicial Posner on Negligence Versus Strict Liability: Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. v. American Cyanamid Co.
On the Proper Magnitude of Punitive Damages: Mathias v. Accor Economy Lodging, Inc.
Affirmative Duties and Judges' Duties: United States v. Stockberger
Jay Handelsman Shugerman
The Emerging Problem of Embedded Defenses: Lessons from Air Line Pilots Ass'n, International v. UAL Corp.
Posner on Security and Liberty: Alliance to End Repression v. City of Chicago
Partner, Shmartner! EEOC v. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood
David B. Wilkins
Original Meaning and Its Limits
A New Test for Evaluating Eighth Amendment Challenges to Lethal Injections
A Right to Learn?: Improving Educational Outcomes Through Substantive Due Process
Reforming the Food Safety System: What If Consolidation Isn't Enough?
In the Shadow of the Law
Fifth Circuit Declines to Permit Reinstatement of Waived Habeas Appeal — Wilcher v. Epps, No. 06-70043, 2006 WL 2986476 (5th Cir. Oct. 17, 2006), cert. denied, 127 S. Ct. 466 (2006).
District of Columbia Circuit Vacates Securities and Exchange Commission's "Hedge Fund Rule." — Goldstein v. SEC, 451 F.3d 873 (D.C. Cir. 2006).