Volume 64 Issue 3 (2014)
Case Western Reserve Law Review
Lecture: 2013 Sumner Canary Memorial Lecture: The Courts and the Administrative State
Honorable Brett M. Kavanaugh
Lecture: Bus Ride to Justice: A Conversation with Fred Gray (with Introduction by Jonathan L. Entin)
Article: The Origins of Civil Rights in America
G. Edward White
The Supreme Court's Treatment of Same-Sex Marriage in United States v. Windsor and Hollingsworth v. Perry: Analysis and Implications, Introduction
Jonathan L. Entin
Same-Sex Marriage and the "Reconceiving" of Children
Helen M. Alvare
The Evolution Toward Judicial Independence in the Continuing Quest for LGBT Equality
Susan J. Becker
The Kennedy Doctrine: Moral Disagreement and the "Bare Desire to Harm"
Maggie Gallagher and William C. Duncan
Windsor: Lochnerizing on Marriage?
Rescuing the Family from the Homophobes and Antifeminists: Analyzing the Recently Developed and Already Eroding "Traditional" Notions of Family and Gender
Beyond Levels of Scrutiny: Windsor and "Bare Desire to Harm"
When Quacking Like a Duck Is Really a Swan Song in Disguise: How Windsor's State Powers Analysis Sets the Stage for the Demise of Federalism-Based Marriage Discrimination
Nancy C. Marcus
Same-Sex Marriage, Federalism, and Judicial Supremacy
Robert F. Nagel
Marriage of Necessity: Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty Protections
Robin Fretwell Wilson
Is There a Federal Definitions Power?
Ernest A. Young
Understanding United States v. Windsor and the Symposium Contributions Using Unidirectional and Bidirectional Models of Supreme Court Decision Making
Walking a Tightrope: Regulating Medicare Fraud and Abuse and the Transition to Value-Based Payment