(SOME OF THE ) THINGS THAT HAVE DIED (OR MAY HAVE DIED IF ASKED IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION) IN LEGAL ACADEMIA (According to Law Review Article Titles):

Contract, The Knock and Announce Rule, Reclamation, Privacy, Class Arbitration , Online Privacy, Dying Declarations, Slander, The 14th Amendment, Irreparable Injury, Copyright, Customary International Law, American Virtue, The Public Disclosure Tort, The But For Test and the Benign Motion Defense, Mandatory Arbitration in Public Works Disputes, Suspicion, The Supreme Court’s Certified Question Doctrine, Public Campaign Financing, Islamic Law, Twentieth Century Authority, Private Ordering, Big Law, The Single Monopoly Profit Theory, The Revolution, The No-Prejudice Rule, The American Trial, State Death Tax Credit, Dr. Miles, Life, State Street, The Pervasively Sectarian Doctrine, Judicial Conservatism (Reports of the death of this have been greatly exaggerated, me thinks), Google’s Patents, Strict Liability, The Presumption of Innocence (in Child Porn cases), Sovereign Tax Immunity, Contract (The New Death)(Apparently Contract has 9 lives), Life, Diversity, Federalism (The Third Time!), E-Discovery, Nollan and Dolan (and maybe Rosencrantz and Guildenstern too!), Knowledge, Causation, Capital Punishment (Second time!), Innocence, Fractionation, Distributed Denial of Service, Regulatory Compact, Obviousness, Blue Waters, The Public Forum in Cyberspace, Neutrality, The Equity-Efficiency Tradeoff, Offers, Secured Lending, Overbreadth Doctrine, Rule of Law (International Law), Public Education, Adjudication, Death Taxes, Tax Havens, The Filed Tariff Doctrine, The Shell Game, Status, Estate Taxes, Romance, Spousal Immunity, Commercial Bankruptcy in the U.S., The Receipt Rule, The Independent Counsel Law, Media, Regulation in the Age of the Internet, Cyberspace, Contra, Common Sense, A Desert Flower, Reliance, Employment at Will.

If you have seen any of these things alive recently, please let the authors of the articles with the appropriate titles know.

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