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The Mysterious Lockstep Doctrine and the Future of Judicial Federalism in Illinois

@article{Anderson2013TheML,
  title={The Mysterious Lockstep Doctrine and the Future of Judicial Federalism in Illinois},
  author={John Anderson},
  journal={Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={44},
  pages={965}
}
  • John Anderson
  • Published 2013
  • Political Science
  • Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal
INTRODUCTION 966 I. THE JUDICIAL FEDERALISM DEBATE 967 A. Evolution of Judicial Federalism in the United States 967 B. The Arguments in the Dependent-Independent Debate 969 II. ANALYZING THE LOCKSTEP DOCTRINE IN ILLINOIS JURISPRUDENCE 971 A. Gardner’s Hypothesized Influences over a State Court’s Decision to Accept or Reject Judicial Federalism 971 B. Does Illinois Jurisprudence Support Gardner’s Hypotheses and Observations? 974 C. Why Does Illinois Prefer a Lockstep Approach? 978 1. Theories of… Expand

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