Submissions from 1991
On the Retirement of N. Ferebee Taylor, Thomas Lee Hazen
In Defense of Smith and Free Exercise Revisionism, William P. Marshall
The Concept of Offensiveness in Establishment and Free Exercise Jurisprudence, William P. Marshall
Thinking about Law Historically: Why Bother, John V. Orth
Submissions from 1990
The Corporate Persona, Contract (and Market) Failure, and Moral Values, Thomas Lee Hazen
The Eleventh Amendment, Process Federalism and the Clear Statement Rule, William P. Marshall
Exchange on the Eleventh Amendment, Calvin R. Massey, William P. Marshall, Lawrence C. Marshall, and William A. Fletcher
The Joint Tenancy Makes a Comeback in North Carolina, John V. Orth
Submissions from 1989
The Case Against the Constitutionally Compelled Free Exercise Exemption, William P. Marshall
Child Sexual Abuse and Statements for the Purpose of Medical Diagnosis or Treatment, Robert P. Mosteller
Requiem for the Rule in Shelley's Case, John V. Orth
Works from 1988
The Dilution of the First Amendment and the Equality of Ideas, William P. Marshall
Works from 1987
Leveraged Buyouts and Tax Policy, Patricia L. Bryan
Simplifying Subpoena Law: Taking the Fifth Amendment Seriously, Robert P. Mosteller
1787: The Constitution in Perspective (Introduction), Gene R. Nichol Jr.
Commentary on Law: Wallowing in Intention, Gene R. Nichol
Federalism, State Courts, and Section 1983, Gene R. Nichol Jr.
Ripeness and the Constitution, Gene R. Nichol Jr.
Works from 1986
Contract Principles As a Guide for Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in Computer Software: The Limits of Copyright Protection, The Evolving Concept of Derivative Work, and the Proper Limits of Licensing Arrangements, Thomas Lee Hazen
Unprecedential Analysis and Original Intent, William P. Marshall
Discovery Against the Defense: Tilting the Adversarial Balance, Robert P. Mosteller
Injury and the Disintegration of Article III, Gene R. Nichol Jr.
Religion and the State (Introduction), Gene R. Nichol
Works from 1985
The "Facts" of Federal Subject Matter Jurisdiction, William P. Marshall
Territorial Authority and Personal Jurisdiction, Arthur M. Weisburd
Works from 1984
Simulation of Legal Analysis and Instruction on the Computer, Thomas Lee Hazen and Margaret M. Hazen
Rethinking Standing, Gene R. Nichol Jr.
Submissions from 1983
Standing on the Constitution: The Supreme Court and Valley Forge, Gene R. Nichol Jr.
Submissions from 1982
Establishment Clause Standing: The Not Very Revolutionary Decision at Valley Forge, William P. Marshall and Maripat Flood
Submissions from 1981
The Eleventh Amendment and the North Carolina State Debt, John V. Orth
Works from 1980
Works from 1979
The Decision to Incorporate, Thomas Lee Hazen
Models of Corporate Conduct: From the Government Dominated Corporation to the Corporate Dominated Government, Thomas Lee Hazen and Bren L. Buckley
Works from 1977
Submissions from 1976
The Federal Tort Claims Act Intentional Torts Amendment: An Interpretative Analysis, John Charles Boger, Mark Gitenstein, and Paul R. Verkuil
An Examination of Congressional Powers Under Section 5 of the 14th Amendment, Gene R. Nichol Jr.