Volume 59, No. 4, Summer 2011

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SYMPOSIUM:
DEBATING THE LIVING CONSTITUTION

Foreword: Contextualizing the Debate Between Originalism and the Living Constitution
Miguel Schor

SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES

Do We Have a Living Constitution?
David A. Strauss

Assisted Living for the Constitution
Rebecca L. Brown

Democracy and the Living Tree Constitution
W.J. Waluchow

ARTICLES

When Originalism Attacks: How Justice Scalia’s Resort to Original Expected Application in Crawford v. Washington Came Back to Bite Him in Michigan v. Bryant
Brendan Beery

Shareholder Access to Corporate Books and Records: The Abrogation Debate
Browning Jeffries

Unaccommodated: Parents with Mental Disabilities in Iowa’s Child Welfare System and the Americans with Disabilities Act
Jude T. Pannell

NOTES

Fee Shifting and After-the-Event Insurance: A Twist to a Thirteenth Century Approach to Shifting Attorneys’ Fees to Solve a Twenty-First Century Problem
Collin M. Davison

Break on Through:
The Other Side of
Varnum
and the Constitutionality of Constitutional Amendments
Nicholas W. Erickson