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Clara Ann Bowler & Edmund W. Kitch, The Facts of <em>Munn v. Illinois</em>, 1978 Supreme Court Review, 313–344 (1978).
Glen O. Robinson, The Federal Communications Commission: An Essay on Regulatory Watchdogs, 64 Virginia Law Review, 169–262 (1978).
Jeffrey O’Connell, Supplementing Workers' Compensation Benefits in Return for an Assignment of Third-Party Tort Claims—Without an Enabling Statute, 56 Texas Law Review, 537–566 (1978).
Jeffrey O’Connell, Financing First-Party No-Fault Insurance By Assignment of Third-Party Tort Claims, 1978 Insurance Law Journal 207–225 (1978).
Frederick Schauer, Reflections on "Contemporary Community Standards": The Perpetuation of an Irrelevant Concept in the Law of Obscenity, 56 North Carolina Law Review, 1–28 (1978).
Graham C. Lilly, An Introduction to the Law of Evidence, West (1 ed. 1978).
Richard B. Lillich, Role of Domestic Courts in Promoting International Human Rights Norms, 24 NYU Law School Review, 153–178 (1978).
Frederick Schauer, Language, Truth, and the First Amendment: An Essay in Memory of Harry Canter, 64 Virginia Law Review, 263–302 (1978).
Glen O. Robinson, Statement, Television Broadcast Policies US Government Print Office 54–64 (1978).
Glen O. Robinson, ed., Communications for Tomorrow: Policy Perspectives for the 1980s, Praeger (1978).
Mildred W. Robinson, <em>Defunis</em> & <em>Bakke</em>...the Voice Not Heard, 21 Howard Law Journal, 128–174 (1978).
John Thibaut & W. Laurens Walker, A Theory of Procedure, 66 California Law Review, 541–566 (1978).
Paulina Houlden et al., Preference for Modes of Dispute Resolution as a Function of Process and Decision Control, 14 Experimental Social Psychology 13–30 (1978).
Frederick Schauer, Fear, Risk and the First Amendment: Unraveling the "Chilling Effect", 58 Boston University Law Review, 685–732 (1978).
Edmund W. Kitch, The Political Economy of Innovation in Drugs and the Role of the Food and Drug Administration, 24 University of Chicago Law School Record 13 (1978).
Richard J. Bonnie, Approaches to Legislating Reform, Virginia Law Weekly 1–4 (December 9, 1977).
A. E. Dick Howard, The High Court’s Road in the <em>Bakke</em> Case: It Will Be Strewn with Issues of Race, Merit, Group Rivalry, the Limits of the Judicial Role, Washington Post C1-C2 (October 9, 1977).
Larry B. Wenger, The Library: Three-and-a-Half Decades of Change, Virginia Law School Report 37–39 (1977).
A. E. Dick Howard, "Nixon Court" Charts Its Own Course, Virginia Law Weekly 1, 3–4 (April 22, 1977).
Richard J. Bonnie, Medical Confidentiality—Who Protects the Victims, 40 The Pharos 24–29 (1977).
John C. Jeffries Jr. & Peter W. Low, Constitutionalizing the Criminal Law?, Virginia Law Weekly 1, 3–4 (March 25, 1977).
G. Edward White, Background Books: The Supreme Court, Wilson Quarterly 122–125 (1977).
Richard J. Bonnie, Decriminalizing the Marijuana User: A Drafter’s Guide, 11 Michigan Journal of Law Reform, 3–50 (1977).
Richard B. Lillich & John M. Paxman, State Responsibility for Injuries to Aliens Occasioned by Terrorist Activities, 26 American University Law Review, 217–313 (1977).
Jeffrey O’Connell, The Interlocking Death and Rebirth of Contract and Tort, 1977 Insurance Law Journal 734–747 (1977).
Jeffrey O’Connell, Contracting for No-Fault Liability Insurance Covering Doctors and Hospitals, 36 Maryland Law Review, 553–565 (1977).
John Norton Moore, United States Policy and the Arab Boycott, 71 American Society of International Law Proceedings 174–182 (1977).
Kenneth Heller & John T. Monahan, Psychology and Community Change, Dorsey Press (1977).
Edmund W. Kitch, The Nature and Function of the Patent System, 20 Journal of Law & Economics 265–290 (1977).
Richard J. Bonnie, A Guide to Policy Decisionmaking, in The National Governor’s Conference Marijuana: A Study of State Penalties and Policies, The Center, 53–106 (1977).
Richard J. Bonnie, The Legal Dimension, in The National Governor’s Conference Marijuana: A Study of State Penalties and Policies, The Center, 83–135 (1977).
Douglas Laycock, Federal Interference with State Prosecutions: The Need for Prospective Relief, 1977 Supreme Court Review 193–238 (1977).
W. Laurens Walker, Contemporary Civil Procedure (reviewing Paul D. Carrington & Barbara Allen Babcock, Civil Procedure: Cases and Comments on the Process of Adjudication) 30 Stanford Law Review 271–279 (1977).
G. Edward White & J. Harvie Wilkinson III, Constitutional Protection for Personal Lifestyles, 62 Cornell Law Review, 563–625 (1977).
Richard J. Bonnie, Marijuana: A Policymaking Framework, in The National Governor’s Conference Marijuana: A Study of State Penalties and Policies, The Center, 13–22 (1977).
G. Edward White, The Intellectual Origins of Torts in America, 86 Yale Law Journal, 671–693 (1977).
Richard J. Bonnie, ed., Psychiatrists and the Legal Process: Diagnosis and Debate, Psychiatric Annals (1977).
Douglas Laycock, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, 54 Chicago-Kent Law Review, 390–436 (1977).
Edmund W. Kitch, Can We Buy Our Way Out of Harmful Regulation?, in Donald L. Martin & Warren F. Schwartz Deregulating American Industry: Legal and Economic Problems , Lexington Books (1977).
Jeffrey O’Connell, The Interlocking Death and Rebirth of Contract and Tort, 75 Michigan Law Review, 659–685 (1977).
Richard J. Bonnie, Law and the Discouragement of Unhealthy Personal Choices, in Alcohol, Drug Abuse, And Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA) Summary Proceedings: Tripartite Conference on Prevention, US Government Printing Office, 38–46 (1977).
Thomas E. Carbonneau & Richard B. Lillich, The 1976 Terrorism Amendment to the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, 11 Journal of International Law & Economics 223–236 (1977).
Frederick Schauer, The Return of Variable Obscenity?, 28 Hastings Law Journal, 1275–1292 (1977).
A. E. Dick Howard, State Aid to Private Higher Education, Michie (1977).
Richard B. Lillich, The Status of Economic Coercion under International Law: United Nations Norms, 12 Texas International Law Journal, 17–23 (1977).
John T. Monahan, Empirical Analyses of Civil Commitment: Critique and Context, 11 Law & Society Review 619–628 (1977).
Jeffrey O’Connell, Workers' Compensation as a Sole Remedy for Employees but Not Employers, 28 Labor Law Journal 287–291 (1977).
Frederick Schauer, <em>Hudgens v. NLRB</em> and the Problem of State Action in First Amendment Adjudication, 61 Minnesota Law Review, 433–460 (1977).
Charles J. Goetz, Fiscal Illusion in State and Local Finance, in Thomas E. Borcherding Budgets and Bureaucrats: The Sources of Government Growth, Duke University Press, 176–187 (1977).
Jeffrey O’Connell, Transferring Injured Victims' Tort Rights to No-Fault Insurers: New "Sole Remedy" Approaches to Cure Liability Insurance Ills, 1977 University of Illinois Law Forum, 749–810 (1977).