San Diego Law Review
Volume 41, Issue 4 (2004) Symposiums
Remedies Discussion Forum
Introduction: Third Remedies Discussion Forum
Russel L. Weaver
The Republican Model and Punitive Damages
David F. Partlett
Do Punitive Damages Compensate Society?
Michael B. Kelly
Comparison to Criminal Sanctions in the Constitutional Review of Punitive Damages
Colleen P. Murphy
Reforming Reprehensibility: The Continued Viability of Multiple Punitive Damages After State Farm v. Campbell
Rachel M. Janutis
Prometheus Bound or Loose Cannon? Punitive Damages for Pure Breach of Contract in Canada
John D. McCamus
Reconceptualizing Aggravated Damages: Recognizing the Dignitary Interest and Referential Loss
Punitive Damages - A View From England
Brown II's "All Deliberate Speed" at Fifty: A Golden Anniversary or A Mid-Life Crisis for the Constitutional Injunction as a School Desegregation Remedy?
The Rise and Decline of Structural Remedies
Russell L. Weaver
Comparing Remedies for School Desegregation and Employment Discrimination: Can Employees Now Help Schools?
Candace Saari Kovacic-Fleishcer
The Law of Remedies in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century: An Australian Perspective
Gary Davis and Michael Tilbury
Why We Write: Reflections on Legal Scholarship
Why Do Emprirical Legal Scholarship?
Legal Scholarship: A Corporate Scholar's Perspective
Jonathan R. Macey
Legal Scholarship as Resistance to "Science"
Steven D. Smith
Writing Highs and Lows
Kimberly A. Yuracko
False Endorsement or First Amendment?: An Analysis of Celebrity Trademark Rights and Artistic Expression
California's Unfair Competition Law - Making Sure the Avenger Is Not Guilty of the Greater Game