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Archive Web Issue - Vol. 61, No. 2 (Summer 2008)


  • Justness! Speed! Inexpense! An Introduction to "The Revolution of 1938 Revisited: The Role and Future of the Federal Rules" - Steven S. Gensler Article in PDF
  • The Revolution of 1938 and Its Discontents - Rex R. Perschbacher & Debra Lyn Bassett Article in PDF
  • Not Dead Yet - Richard Marcus Article in PDF
  • Making Effective Rules: The Need for Procedure Theory - Robert G. Bone Article in PDF


  • Anadarko Petroleum Corp. v. Thompson: Interpretation of Oil and Gas Lease Habendum Clauses in Texas and Why Oklahoma Should Maintain Its Divergent Approach to Keep Leases Alive - Ashleigh L. Boggs Article in PDF
  • Trentadue v. Integrity Committee: An Attempt to Reign in the Expansion of the Freedom of Information Act’s 5th Exemption - Amanda Marie Swain Article in PDF
  • Defending the Public Domain—The First Amendment, the Copyright Power, and the Potential of Golan v. Gonzales - J. Blake Pinard Article in PDF