Gerald J. Postema (UNC): Law's Rule: Reflexivity, Mutual Accountability, and the Rule of Law; and Fidelity in Law's Commonwealth. Paul A. Gowder Jr. (Iowa): The Countermajoritarian Complaint. Edward Cantu (Missouri): The Separation of Powers and the Least Dangerous Branch. Kenneth Einar Himma (Washington): What Exactly is the Problem with Judicial Supremacy? The Rule of Law, Moral Legitimacy, and the Construction of Constitutional Law. Steven J. Burton (Iowa): The Conflict Between Stare Decisis and Overruling in Constitutional Adjudication. Richard Albert (BC): The Expressive Function of Constitutional Amendment Rules. Lael K. Weis (Melbourne): What Comparativism Tells Us About Originalism. Allen P. Mendenhall (Auburn): Justice Holmes and Conservatism. Charles E. Colman (NYU): Fashion, Sexism, and the United States Federal Judiciary. From TNR, Noam Scheiber on the last days of Big Law (and more) how to fix law school: Alan Dershowitz, Dahlia Lithwick, and other experts tell us what they'd change (and more); and the evolution of the TV lawyer: Molly Korab on how the prototypical TV lawyer has changed throughout the ages. Risa Goluboff reviews Representing the Race: The Creation of the Civil Rights Lawyer by Kenneth W. Mack. Alito Shrugged: Libertarianism has won over the Supreme Court's conservatives.