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Jane S. Schacter
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law
Jane S. Schacter,
Accounting for Accountability in Dynamic Statutory Interpretation and Beyond
, Issues in Legal Scholarship, Dynamic Statutory Interpretation, Article 5, (2002).
Constructing Families in a Democracy: Courts, Legislatures and Second Parent Adoption
, 75 Chicago-Kent Law Review 933 (2000).
Confounding Common Law Originalism in Recent Supreme Court Statutory Interpretation: Implications for the Legislative History Debate and Beyond
, 51 Stanford Law Review 1 (1998).
Taking the Intersexional Imperative Seriously: The Case of Marriage Reform
, 75 Denver University Law Review 1255 (1998).
Romer v. Evans
and Democracy's Domain
, 50 Vanderbilt Law Review 361 (1997).
Culture, Skepticism and the Gay Civil Rights Debate in a Post-Civil Rights Era, (Book Review of Virtually Norman by Andrew Sullivan and Virtual Equality, by Urvashi Vaid)
, 110 Harvard Law Review 684 (1997).
'Counted Among the Blessed': One Court and the Constitution of Family
, 74 Texas Law Review 107 (1996).
Metademocracy: The Changing Structure of Legitimacy in Statutory Interpretation
, 108 Harvard Law Review 593 (1995).
The Pursuit of "Popular Intent": Interpretive Dilemmas in Direct Democracy
, 105 Yale Law Journal 107 (1995).
The Gay Rights Debate in the States: Decoding the Discourse of Equivalents
29 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 283 (1994).
Poised at the Threshold: Sexual Orientation, Law and the Law School Curriculum in the Nineties (Book Review of Lesbians, Gay Men and the Law, by William B. Rubenstein)
, 92 Michigan Law Review 1910 (1994).
Courses & Organizations
AB University of Michigan 1980
JD Harvard Law School 1984