Before his appointment to the Minnesota State Supreme Court, Justice David Stras was the faculty advisor to the Minnesota Law Review . In recognition of his appointment, this Tribute features essays from Dean David Wippman, Professor Robert Stein, Professor Tim Johnson, and Professor Ryan Scott.
This essay responds to Trading-Off Reproductive Technology and Adoption: Does Subsidizing IVF Decrease Adoption Rates and Should It Matter?, in which I. Glenn Cohen and Daniel L. Chen analyze what they describe as an arm-chair principle called “the substitution theory”–the claim that facilitating treatment for infertility, including subsidizing in vitro fertilization (IVF), decreases adoptions. Cohen […]
In this Response to Jeffrey Meyer’s Dual Illegality and Geoambiguous Law: A New Rule for Extraterritorial Application of U.S. Law, Professor Gibney commends Professor Meyer’s efforts to theorize a comprehensive framework for understanding the extraterritorial scope and limits of United States law. Professor Meyer’s proposal would give a territorial reading to U.S. law unless (1) […]
Anticompetitive Effect by Judge Cudahy and Mr. Devlin focuses on a critical issue in antitrust jurisprudence: whether anticompetitive effect should be evaluated under an “aggregate welfare approach to competition” or under a “consumer welfare” approach. What hangs in the balance is the future efficacy of both public and private enforcement. This Comment traces the history […]
- Reining in Private Agents
- Mathis v. U.S. and the Future of the Categorical Approach
- The Twice and Future President Revisited: Of Three-Term Presidents and Constitutional End Runs
- A Place of Their Own: Crowds in the New Market for Equity Crowdfunding
- Improving Technology Neutrality Through Compulsory Licensing
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