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Takings Jurisprudence as Three-Tiered Review
Takings jurisprudence has long been and remains, in the opinion of many, a constitutional quagmire, with little in the way of predictable results or coherent principles. The Supreme Court itself has acknowledged the largely ...
Leapfrogging the Constitution: The Rise of State Takings Legislation
This article will examine the recent and potentially significant trend in state takings legislation. Part I will describe the development and current state of Supreme Court takings law. Part II will then survey current ...
The Land Use Jurisprudence of Chief Justice Rehnquist and Justice Stevens: Two Views on Balancing Public and Private Interests in Property
This three-part article examines the separate and combined legacies of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist and Justice John Paul Stevens in the area of regulatory takings jurisprudence as applied to land use controls. Part ...