Boston University Law Review

Volume 88 Number 5 - December 2008

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Why Are Only Bad Acts Good Sentencing Factors?
Carissa Byrne Hessick
Page 1109

Empty Promises: Settlor's Intent, The Uniform Trust Code, and the Future of Trust Investment Law
Jeffrey A. Cooper
Page 1165

Burn Up the Chaff with Unquenchable Fire: What Two Doctrinal Intersections Can Teach Us About Judicial Power Over Pleadings
Lonny S. Hoffman
Page 1217

Chevron's Consensus
Evan J. Criddle
Page 1271

Punishing Family Status
Jennifer M. Collins, Ethan J. Leib & Dan Markel
Page 1327

REPLIES & REPONSE

To Jennifer M. Collins, Ethan J. Leib & Dan Markel, Punishing Family Status

Do Families Need Special Rules of Criminal Law?: A Reply to Professors Collins, Leib, and Markel
Roderick M. Hills, Jr.
Page 1426

Yes to Nondiscrimination, No to New Forms of Criminal Liability: A Reply to Professors Collins, Leib, and Markel
Michael M. O'Hear
Page 1437

Voluntarism, Vulnerability, and Criminal Law: A Response to Professors Hills and O'Hear
Ethan J. Leib, Dan Markel & Jennifer Collins
Page 1449