CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM

ON CONSTITUTIONAL OBLIGATION AND DISOBEDIENCE: A SYMPOSIUM ON ABNER S. GREENE’S AGAINST OBLIGATION AND LOUIS MICHAEL SEIDMAN’S ON CONSTITUTIONAL DISOBEDIENCE

Editors’ Foreword
Page 1237

PANELIST PAPERS

What is Constitutional Obligation?
Abner S. Greene
Page 1239

Political and Constitutional Obligation
Louis Michael Seidman
Page 1257

Fit, Justification, and Fidelity in Constitutional Interpretation
James E. Fleming
Page 1283

Abortion Access in an Era of Constitutionality Infidelity
Khiara M. Bridges
Page 1297

Originalism Without Obligation
Gary Lawson
Page 1309

Against Agnosticism: Why the Liberal State Isn’t Just One (Authority) Among the Many
Linda C. McClain
Page 1319

Some Thoughts on the First Amendment’s Religion Clause and Abner Greene’s Against Obligation, with Reference to Patton Oswalt’s Character “Paul from Staten Island” in the Film Big Fan
Jay Wexler
Page 1363

Critical Reflections on Seidman’s On Constitutional Disobedience
Hugh Baxter
Page 1373

Reason, Morality, and Constitutional Compliance
David Lyons
Page 1381

ARTICLE

What’s a Name Worth?: Experimental Tests of the Value of Attribution in Intellectual Property
Christopher Jon Sprigman, Christopher Buccafusco & Zachary Burns
Page 1389

ESSAY

Law and Humanities: Two Attempts
Peter Brooks
Page 1437

BOOK REVIEW

Liberalism’s Errant Theodicy
Michael C. Dorf
Page 1469

Ordered Liberty: Response to Michael Dorf
James E. Fleming & Linda C. McClain
Page 1481

NOTE

Offensive Drug Offenses: Applying Procedural Justice Theory to Drug Sentencing in the United States and United Kingdom
Alexandra B. Bonneau
Page 1485