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Lakier, Genevieve


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University of Chicago Law School


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'To Regulate,' Not 'To Prohibit': Limiting the Commerce Power | Show Abstract | Download |
Supreme Court Review, Vol. 2012, NYU School of Law, Public Law and Legal Theory, Research Paper No. 13-13, NYU School of Law, Law and Economics, Research Paper No. 13-10
Accepted Paper Series
Friedman, Barry
New York University School of Law
Lakier, Genevieve
University of Chicago Law School
Posted:
04 Apr 13
Last Revised:
23 May 13
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Sport as Speech | Show Abstract | Download |
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Forthcoming
Accepted Paper Series
Lakier, Genevieve
University of Chicago Law School
Posted:
11 Apr 13
Last Revised:
12 Apr 13
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The Myth of Low-Value Speech | Show Abstract | Download |
U of Chicago, Public Law Working Paper No. 488
Working Paper Series
Lakier, Genevieve
University of Chicago Law School
Posted:
21 Sep 14
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