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Volume 42, Issue 4
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Historical Continuity of Punitive Damages Awards: Reforming the Tort Reformers, The Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Michael Rustad & Thomas Koenig
Poetic Justice: Punitive Damages and Legal Pluralism Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Marc Galanter & David Luban
Galileo's Retort: Peter Huber's Junk Scholarship Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Kenneth J. Cheesbro
American Rule on Attorney Fee Allocation: The Injured Person's Access to Justice, The Symposium on Civil Justice Reform John F. Vargo
Punitive Damages Reform--State Legislatures Can and Should Meet the Challenge Issued by the Supreme Court of the United States in HASLIP Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Victor E. Schwartz & Mark A. Behrens
Punitive Damages and Regulated Products Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Teresa Moran Schwartz
Will a New Restatement Help Settle Troubled Waters: Reflections Symposium on Civil Justice Reform: Essay James A. Henderson, Jr. & Aaron D. Twerski
Executive Branch Civil Justice Reform Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Carl Tobias
Proposed Changes to Discovery Rules in Aid of Tort Reform: Has the Case Been Made Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Paul R. Sugarman & Marc G. Perlin
Symposium on Civil Justice Reform - Foreword Symposium on Civil Justice Reform Law Review
NOTE: Hudson v. McMillian and Prisoners' Rights: The Court Giveth and the Court Taketh away Doretha M. Van Slyke