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Paul E. McGreal, Ambition’s Playground, 68 Fordham L. Rev. 1107 (2000).
Applying Coase to qui tam actions against the states
Paul E. McGreal & DeeDee Baba, Applying Coase to Qui Tam Actions Against the States, 77 Notre Dame L. Rev. 87 (2001).
Tale of two courts: The Alaska Supreme Court, the United States Supreme Court, and retroactivity
Paul E. McGreal, A Tale of Two Courts: The Alaska Supreme Court, the United States Supreme Court, and Retroactivity, 9 Alaska L. Rev. 305 (1992).
Role of suspicion in federal equal protection
Paul E. McGreal, The Role of Suspicion in Federal Equal Protection, 8 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 183 (1999).
Recently, Professor Jed Rubenfeld wrote an essay arguing that the Supreme Court's strict scrutiny test for equal protection works best to "smoke out" the purpose of laws to determine whether they were enacted because of ...
Equal protection and intersectionality -- A reply to Professor Yarbrough
Paul E. McGreal, Equal Protection and Intersectionality – A Reply to Professor Yarbrough, 38 S. Tex. L. Rev. 1167 (1997).
Constitutional limitations on state-court jurisdiction: A historical-interpretative reexamination of the full faith and credit and due process clauses (Part Two)
Ralph U. Whitten, The Constitutional Limitations on State-Court Jurisdiction: A Historical-Interpretative Reexamination of the Full Faith and Credit and Due Process Clauses (Part Two), 14 Creighton L. Rev. 735 (1981), reprinted in Jurisdiction and Private International Law 70 (Patrick J. Borchers ed., 2014).
This article discusses the original meaning of the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment in order to decide whether the Supreme Court correctly interpreted the traditional rules of international jurisdiction in ...
Constitutional limitations on state-court jurisdiction: A historical-interpretative reexamination of the full faith and credit and due process clauses (Part One)
Ralph U. Whitten, The Constitutional Limitations on State-Court Jurisdiction: A Historical-Interpretative Reexamination of the Full Faith and Credit and Due Process Clauses (Part One), 14 Creighton L. Rev. 499 (1981),
This article is about the constitutional limitations on state-court jurisdiction. The article discusses the relevant historical materials on the full faith and credit clause up to 1877, which is the year that the Pennoyer ...
Consent, caseload and other justifications for non-article III courts and judges: A comment on Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Schor
Ralph U. Whitten, Consent, Caseload and Other Justifications for Non-Article III Courts and Judges: A Comment on Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Schor, 20 Creighton L. Rev. 11 (1986).
This article discusses the constitutionality of creating non Article III courts and judges and the reasoning behind their creation. The focus of the article is how previous cases from the Supreme Court determined the status ...
Constitutional limitations on state choice of law: full faith and credit
Ralph U. Whitten, The Constitutional Limitations on State Choice of Law: Full Faith and Credit, 12 Memphis St. U. L. Rev. 1 (1981).
Democracy and distrust
Ralph U. Whitten, Democracy and Distrust, 13 Creighton L. Rev. 1479 (1980) (reviewing John Hart Ely, Democracy and Distrust: A Theory of Judicial Review (1980).