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2078 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 133:2077 the vibrant unjust enrichment scholarship in other countries.6 Some state courts, misinterpreting unjust enrichment as a purely equitable claim, have put up barriers, such as the rule that equity does not step in if there is an adequate remedy at law.7 This Chapter will highligh 822 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 132:819 needs and reasons for criminal justice involvement.4 In addition, holis-tic defense can anticipate and avoid potential collateral consequences of criminal justice involvement, such as loss of employment and housing, eliminating risk factors for future crime.5 Skeptics, in contrast, argu 2120 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 129:2118 Judging Statutes has caused me to think even more deeply about statutory interpretation and about what judges should be trying to achieve when we confront statutory cases. For me, one overarching goal is to make judging a neutral, impartial process in all cases — not just statutory interpretation cases

HARVARD LAW REVIEW I POSITIVISM AND THE SEPARATION OF LAW AND MORALS t H. L. A. Hart * Professor Hart defends the Positivist school of jurisprudence from many of the criticisms which have been leveled against its insistence on distinguishing the law that is from the law that ought to be. H HARVARD LAW REVIEW [P]etitioner was a citizen of the United States and a resident of the state of Louisiana of mixed descent, in the proportion of seven eighths Caucasian and one eighth African blood; that the mixture of colored blood was not discernible in him, and that he was entitled to every. Criminal Law United States v. Trice. Sixth Circuit Holds that Apartment Hallway Wall Is Not Curtilage. Criminal Procedure Commonwealth v. McCarthy. Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Holds that Use of Automated License Plate Readers May Constitute a Search. Havard Law Review

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2648 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 134:2646 treatment, and access to testing and vaccines. During this time of pan-demic, the problems of race and policing have also come into intense focus. At the height of the first summer surge of the virus, protests against the killings of Black people at the hands of police, including th 1824 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 121:1820 But, notably, the anti-vaccinationists were generally not arguing that the smallpox vaccine was not medically necessary to stop the disease. It was clear that the vaccine was the most effective means of attacking smallpox. Second, the anti-vaccine groups were tapping into larger public anxieties Io58 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 88:I057 substance. His clarity is famous and his diction contagious: other legal philosophers, for example, once made arguments, but now we only deploy them, and there has been a perfect epidemic of absent-mindedness in imitation of the master. How shall we ac- count for this extraordinary influence The Right to Privacy Samuel D. Warren; Louis D. Brandeis Harvard Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 5. (Dec. 15, 1890), pp. 193-220. Stable URL: http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici.

1388 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 123:1385 polarized voting patterns, particularly to the constitutionality of sec-tion 5 of the VRA,9 as well as perhaps to the continued operation of section 2. In Part I we discuss the importance of racially polarized voting patterns for the meaning of section 2 and the constitutionality of section 5 of the VRA 2154 harvard law review [vol. 126:2151 in which a white individual or a predominantly white institution 8 derives social or economic value from associating with individual 1864 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 131:1861 aspects of your favorite recording wouldn't truly be part of the musical work that the recording embodies.6 Yet lately that conventional wisdom has seemed imperiled. In 2015, musicians Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were found liable fo 942 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 124:941 fort devoted to answering fundamental questions about what the Con-stitution requires. There is relatively little in the Constitution's drafting history or rat-ification debates to illuminate the meaning of [t]he Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus.5 Still, most jurists and commentators no 1906 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 126:1904 privacy at its peril, for privacy also shelters the processes of play and experimentation from which innovation emerges. In short, privacy in

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  1. HARVARD LAW REVIEW I. THE LoGIc OF FORMALISM A. The Wills*Act Formalities The formalities for witnessed wills originated in the Statute of Frauds of 1677,' the first Wills Act. The Wills Acts vary among common law jurisdictions in wording and detail, but in the broad outline they are similar. The statute authorizes as th
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750 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 124:747 racial minorities,20 religious minorities,21 sexual minorities,22 and women.23 Conversely, the Court has used the equal protection guaran- tees to protect certain liberties, such as the right to travel,24 the right to vote,25 and the right to access the courts.26 We need to look past doc- trinal categories to see that the rights secured within those categorie HARVARD LAW REVIEW II. THE SEARCH FOR A NEUTRAL PRINCIPLE: RACIAL EQUALITY AND INTEREST CONVERGENCE Scholars who accepted Professor Wechsler's challenge had little difficulty finding a neutral principle on which the Brown decision could be based. Indeed, from the hindsight of Editors of the Harvard Law Review announced the launch of an online version of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation on February 15. The standard citation guide for American legal writing, The Bluebook is widely used throughout legal practice, by paralegals, attorneys, professors, and students. It has been an exhausting year of work, but satisfying, often fun, and always a great.

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HARVARD LAW REVIEW VOL. XLII DECEMBER, 1928 No. 2 THE HIGHER LAW BACKGROUND OF AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Theory is the most important part of the dogma of the law, as the architect is the most important man who takes part in the building of a house. * T HE Reformation superseded an infallible Pope with an in I092 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 85:I089 The state not only has to decide whom to entitle, but it must also simultaneously make a series of equally difficult second order decisions. These decisions go to the manner in which entitlements are protected and to whether an individual is allowed to sell or trade the entitlement HARVARD LAW REVIEW The state not only has to decide whom to entitle, but it must also simultaneously make a series of equally difficult second order decisions. These decisions go to the manner in which entitlements are protected and to whether an individual is allowed to sell or trade the entitlement

10 Harvard Law Review 457 (1897) W HEN we study law we are not studying a mystery but a well-known profession. We are studying what we shall want in order to appear before judges, or to advise people in such a way as to keep them out of court. The reason why it is a profession, why people wil Suing under state law, but necessarily turns on federal law (apply Grable Test) ¾ Three-Part Test for Arising Under Federal Law (see Grable &Sons v. Darue Engineering) 1) Does the state law claim necessarily raise a stated federal issue 2) Is that issue in dispute and of substantial natur 920 HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol. 87:917 It is the purpose of this Section to demonstrate that, contrary to the orthodox view, the process was not complete at the end of the sixteenth century. Instead, one finds that as late as the eighteenth century contract law was still dominated by a titl Harvard Law Review JUNE, 1987 100 Harv. L. Rev. 1849 LENGTH: 35400 words ARTICLE: MARKET-INALIENABILITY. NAME: Margaret Jane Radin * BIO: * Professor of Law, University of Southern California Law Center. I gratefully acknowledge the support of the University of Souther

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