Table of Contents for Volume 89, Number 3
Adjusting the Rear-View Mirror: Rethinking the Use of History in Supreme Court Jurisprudence
Elected to Decide: Is the Decision-Avoidance Doctrine of Great Weight Deference Appropriate in this Court of Last Resort?
Patience Drake Roggensack
Toward an Expanded "Canon" of Negotiation Theory: Identity, Ideological, and Values-Based Conflict and the Need for a New Heuristic
Location Incentives and the Negative Commerce Clause: A Farewell to Arms?
Booker T. Coleman Jr.
Wisconsin's Caps on Noneconomic Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases: Where Wisconsin Stands (and Should Stand) on "Tort Reform"
Michael S. Kenitz
A Bad Case of Indigestion: Internalizing Changes in the Right to Confrontation After Crawford v. Washington Both Nationally and in Wisconsin
Son of Sam: Has North Carolina Remedied the Past Problems of Criminal Anti-Profit Legislation?
Melissa J. Malecki
Statutory Rape in Wisconsin: History, Rationale, and the Need for Reform
Daryl J. Olszewski