Comptroller v. Wynne Category
Jan. 14, 2015—The Absent Amicus: “With Friends Like These . . .” This piece is part of the Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar Roundtable AUTHOR Professor of Law Emeritus and President Emeritus, University of Virginia; Former President and Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin System, Senior Fellow, Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities.
Nov. 5, 2014—Why Wynne Worries Me This piece is a part of the Comptroller v. Wynne Roundtable AUTHOR Edward A. Zelinsky is the Morris and Annie Trachman Professor of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University. For research assistance, he thanks Michael Moradi of the Cardozo Class of 2015 and Kathy Wong...
Nov. 5, 2014—Why Wynne Should Win This piece is a part of the Comptroller v. Wynne Roundtable AUTHOR University Professor and Harmon W. Caldwell Chair in Constitutional Law, University of Georgia School of Law. The author thanks Walter Hellerstein for thoughtfully reviewing a draft of this paper and P.J. Wilkie for providing helpful research assistance.
Nov. 5, 2014—Wynne: Lose or Draw? This piece is a part of the Comptroller v. Wynne Roundtable AUTHORS Brannon P. Denning Associate Dean and Professor, Cumberland School of Law, Samford University. Norman R. Williams Associate Dean, Ken and Claudia Peterson Professor of Law, and Director of the Center for Constitutional Government, Willamette University School of Law. The...
Nov. 5, 2014—The Dormant Coordination Clause This piece is a part of the Comptroller v. Wynne Roundtable AUTHOR Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law. Thanks to Alan Viard for helpful comments and to James Conde for splendid research assistance.
Nov. 5, 2014—Comptroller v. Wynne and the Futile Search for Non-Discriminatory State Taxation This piece is a part of the Comptroller v. Wynne Roundtable AUTHOR Assistant Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law. I would like to thank Richard Moberly and Eric Berger for their helpful comments.