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Big Business and the Roberts Court - Panel III:

The third panel at the Santa Clara Law Review symposium on "Big Business and the Roberts Court: Explaining the Court's Receptiveness to Business Interests," featured Vikram Amar (UC Davis), Pam Karlan (Stanford) and yours truly.

TGGP (mail) (www):
Reminds me of "Honestly, Who Else Would Fund Such Research? Reflections of a Non-Smoking Scholar" by Michael Marlow.
http://www.aier.org/ejw/archive/doc_details/3541-ejw-200805
1.23.2009 10:26pm

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