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Ross E. Davies, A Certain Mongrel Court: Congress’s Past Power and Present Potential to Reinforce the Supreme Court, 90 Minn. L. Rev. 678 (2006)

Ross E. Davies, Available at: Introducing a Nearly Vast Amount of Work to Be Done, 3 J.L.: Periodical Laboratory of Leg. Scholarship 1 (2013)

Ross E. Davies, Extrajudicial Reticence: Nine Justices Take a Brief Break from Constitutional Commentary, 17 Green Bag 2d 99 (2013)

Ross E. Davies, Holmes, Coase & Blackmail , 18 Green Bag 2d 93 (2014)

Ross E. Davies, Learned Hand Sings, Part One: Liner Notes for “Songs of His Youth,” 16 Green Bag 2d 257 (2013)

Ross E. Davies, Preface 2013: The Capacity to Be Taxed Is the Capacity to Self-Destruct, in 2013 Green Bag Alm. 1

Ross E. Davies, The Ultimate Junket, Chaperoned, 15 Green Bag 2d 67 (2011)

Peter M. Gerhart & Robert D. Cheren, Recognizing the Shared Ownership of Subsurface Resource Pools, 63 Case W. Res. L. Rev. _ (2013)

Jeff Sovern, Written Notice of Cooling-Off Periods: A Forty-Year Natural Experiment in Illusory Consumer Protection and the Relative Effectiveness of Oral and Written Disclosures, 75 U. Pitt. L. Rev. _ (2014)

The Green Bag, Chief Justice Fuller, 17 Green Bag 2d 457 (2014)

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