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Tale of two courts: The Alaska Supreme Court, the United States Supreme Court, and retroactivity
Paul E. McGreal, A Tale of Two Courts: The Alaska Supreme Court, the United States Supreme Court, and Retroactivity, 9 Alaska L. Rev. 305 (1992).
Role of suspicion in federal equal protection
Paul E. McGreal, The Role of Suspicion in Federal Equal Protection, 8 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 183 (1999).
Recently, Professor Jed Rubenfeld wrote an essay arguing that the Supreme Court's strict scrutiny test for equal protection works best to "smoke out" the purpose of laws to determine whether they were enacted because of ...
Equal protection and intersectionality -- A reply to Professor Yarbrough
Paul E. McGreal, Equal Protection and Intersectionality – A Reply to Professor Yarbrough, 38 S. Tex. L. Rev. 1167 (1997).
Flawed economics of the dormant Commerce Clause
Paul E. McGreal, The Flawed Economics of the Dormant Commerce Clause, 39 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1191 (1998).
Some Rice with your Chevron? Presumption and deference in regulatory preemption
Paul E. McGreal, Some Rice with Your Chevron? Presumption and Deference in Regulatory Preemption, 45 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 823 (1995).
This Article compares the equal protection analysis of the United States Supreme Court with the equal protection analysis of the Alaska Supreme Court. It first looks at the federal equal protection doctrine and the various ...
Paul E. McGreal, Constitutional Illiteracy, 30 Ind. L. Rev. 693 (1997) (reviewing Louis Michael Seidman & Mark V. Tushnet, Remnants of Belief: Contemporary Constitutional Issues (1996)).
Alaska equal protection: Constitutional law or common law?
Paul E. McGreal, Alaska Equal Protection: Constitutional Law or Common Law?, 15 Alaska L. Rev. 209 (1998).