1. Victim Impact Statements, New Media Technologies, and the Classical Rhetoric of Sincerity
  2. Todd Butler
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  1. The Hard Case: Billy Budd and the Judgment Intuitive
  2. Gregg Crane
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  1. Law’s Empire Writes Back: Legal Positivism and Literary Rejoinder in Wilde's De Profundis
  2. Dale Barleben
  3. pp. 907-923
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  1. How Allotment-Era Literature Can Inform Current Controversies about Tribal Jurisdiction and Reservation Diminishment
  2. Ann E. Tweedy
  3. pp. 924-949
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  1. In the Shadowlands of Sovereignty: The Politics of Enclosure in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Babel
  2. Elizabeth S. Anker
  3. pp. 950-973
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  1. Genre, Critique, and Human Rights
  2. Mark Antaki
  3. pp. 974-996
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  1. The Critical Work of Law and Literature: Introduction
  2. Simon Stern, Cheryl Suzack, Greig Henderson
  3. pp. 837-840
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