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Consequences of refusing consent to a search or seizure: The unfortunate constitutionalization of an evidentiary issue
Kenneth J. Melilli, The Consequences of Refusing Consent to a Search or Seizure: The Unfortunate Constitutionalization of an Evidentiary Issue, 75 S. Cal. L. Rev. 901 (2002).
Article about the consequences of refusing consent to a search or seizure.
School prayer controversy
Richard Collin Mangrum, School Prayer Controversy, in The 1996 Law Day for the Clergy (Creighton Univ. Sch. of Law ed., 1996).
'Repeal Amendment' foes misstate potential impact
Craig W. Dallon, Op-Ed, 'Repeal Amendment' Foes Misstate Potential Impact, Omaha World-Herald, Jan. 31, 2011, at 5B.
Paul E. McGreal, Constitutional Illiteracy, 30 Ind. L. Rev. 693 (1997) (reviewing Louis Michael Seidman & Mark V. Tushnet, Remnants of Belief: Contemporary Constitutional Issues (1996)).
Paul E. McGreal, Unconstitutional Politics, 76 Notre Dame L. Rev. 519 (2001).
This Article argues that the federal statute requiring election of the United States House of Representatives by single-member districts is unconstitutional. Simply put, this statute, which was first enacted in 1842, ...
Flawed economics of the dormant Commerce Clause
Paul E. McGreal, The Flawed Economics of the Dormant Commerce Clause, 39 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1191 (1998).
There is no such thing as textualism: A case study in constitutional method
Paul E. McGreal, There Is No Such Thing as Textualism: A Case Study in Constitutional Method, 69 Fordham L. Rev. 2393 (2001).
Alaska equal protection: Constitutional law or common law?
Paul E. McGreal, Alaska Equal Protection: Constitutional Law or Common Law?, 15 Alaska L. Rev. 209 (1998).
Some Rice with your Chevron? Presumption and deference in regulatory preemption
Paul E. McGreal, Some Rice with Your Chevron? Presumption and Deference in Regulatory Preemption, 45 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 823 (1995).
This Article compares the equal protection analysis of the United States Supreme Court with the equal protection analysis of the Alaska Supreme Court. It first looks at the federal equal protection doctrine and the various ...
Counteracting ambition: Applying corporate compliance and ethics to the separation of powers concerns with domestic surveillance
Paul E. McGreal, Counteracting Ambition: Applying Corporate Compliance and Ethics to the Separation of Powers Concerns with Domestic Surveillance, 60 SMU L. Rev. 1571 (2007).
When it comes to domestic surveillance, even in the name of foreign intelligence, one constitutional challenge is to balance suspicion of and confidence in executive power - to leave the executive flexibility to meet ...