Micah Schwartzman

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Whether or not “we are all realists now,” the movement in legal theory that emerged from a few law schools in the 1920s and 1930s and came to be known as “Legal Realism” continues to hold a grip on the attention of legal scholars. Both its meaning and its ultimate significance remain subjects of intense debate. Scholars disagree not only about what the core(More)
A two-month-old boy with normal genitalia and descended testes was referred for a suspected hematological disorder. Cytogenetic analysis showed a 45,X chromosome constitution. In situ hybridization with the Y-derived probe 50f (provided by Professor Marc Fellous) was performed utilizing metaphase chromosomes to determine whether Y material could be(More)
Why is it that criminal cases nearly always settle, but habeas corpus cases do not? The vast majority of criminal cases are resolved by guilty pleas, without a trial. But it is the rare habeas petition that is resolved out of court, rather than litigated to completion. This is an interesting puzzle because criminal and habeas corpus cases have a lot in(More)
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