DateTypeTitleAuthorWork Cited To/Mentioned In/Quoted InCitation (including footnote number)
2015 law review footnote

Slavery by another name: “Voluntary” immigrant detainee labor and the thirteenth amendment

Anita Sinha "Was the first Justice Harlan anti-chinese?" 36 W. New Engl. L. Rev. 287, 292-93 (2014) Footnote 41: 11 Stan. J. Civ. Rts. & Civ. Liberties 1 (2015)
April 2013 law review footnote The surprising role of racial hierarchy in the civil rights jurisprudence of the first Justice John Marshall Harlan Davison M. Douglas Did the first Justice Harlan have a black brother?, 15 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 159 (1993) Footnote 5: 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1037 (2013)
February 2013 law review footnote Wronged in her dearest rights: Plaintiff wives and the transformation of mairtal consortium, 1870-1920 Kimberly A. Reilly Did the first Justice Harlan have a black brother?, 15 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 159 (1993) Footnotes 3, 4, 9: 31 Law & Hist. Rev. 61 (2013)
2012 treatise citation Patton and Palomar on Land Titles Stan McKay & Lynn McKay The Uniform Probate Code: Article III analyzed in relation to changes in the first nine enactments, 1975 Ariz. St. L. J. 477 (1975) (with Richard V. Wellman) Footnote 14: 3 Patton and Palomar on Land Titles § 521 (3d ed.) (2012)
October 2011 law review footnote The religious liberty of judges                  Daniel R. Suhr                Religion and the first Justice Harlan: A case study in late nineteenth century Presbyterian Constitutionalism, 85 Marq. L. Rev. 317 (2001) Footnote 16: 20 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 179 (2011)



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