Volume 86 Issue 2

Volume 86 Issue 2

— Winter 2009 —

Articles

The?Kelo?Revolution?
by Shawn Hoting

The Impact of Derivative Financial Market Expansion on the Central Bank’s Monetary Policy: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure?
by Jongho Kim Ph.D

The Price of Advice
by Mary-Hunter Morris

Using Feedback Theory to Help Novice Legal Writers Develop Expertise
by Sheila Rodriguez

Notes

Michigan’s Workplace Enforcement Law: Encroachment on Traditional Federal Power or Effective Socioeconomic Policy?
by Christopher J. Lenhardt

The Attorney-Client Relationship: Exploring the Unintended Consequences of Inadvertent Formation
by Ingrid A. Minott

Does the Michigan Supreme Court Need a Midnight Visit from the Ghost of Chief Justice William Howard Taft?
by Dawn Yeaton

Comment

Judicial Restraint or Activism? The Transformation of the Doctrine of Standing in Michigan
by Sharon M. Barnes