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American University Law Review Volume 60, Number 4
Arkansas Law Review Volume 64, Number 1
Boston University International Law Journal Volume 29, Number 2
Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
Volume 43, Numbers 1-2
Duke Law Journal
Volume 60, Number 8
Emory Law Journal
Volume 60, Number 3
Feminist Legal Studies (UK) Volume 19, Number 1
Florida State University Law Review
Volume 38, Number 2
Fordham Urban Law Journal
Volume 38, Number 3
Harvard Law Review Volume 124, Number 7
Indiana Law Journal
Volume 86, Number 3
Iowa Law Review
Volume 96, Number 4
Journal of Legal Education
Volume 60, Number 4
Law and Contemporary Problems
Volume 74, Number 2
Lewis & Clark Law Review Volume 15, Number 2
New York Law School Law Review
Volume 55, Number 3
NYU Law Review Volume 86, Number 2
North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation Volume 36, Number 2
North Dakota Law Review
Volume 86, Number 3
Oregon Law Review
Volume 89, Number 3
Philosophy & Public Affairs
Volume 39, Number 1
Seattle University Law Review
Volume 34, Number 3
Stanford Law Review
Volume 63, Number 4
Touro Law Review
Volume 27, Number 1
University of Pennsylvania Law Review
Volume 159, Number 5
Washington and Lee Law Review
Volume 68, Number 2
Yale Law Journal
Volume 120, Number 7

American University Law Review
Volume 60, Number 4

The Board of Contract Appeals: A Historical Perspective
The Honorable Jeri Kaylene Somers

Permissive Interlocutory Appeals at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit: Fifteen Years in Review (1995-2010)
Alexandra B. Hess
Stephanie L. Parker
Tala K. Touanian

2010 Patent Law Decisions of the Federal Circuit: "The Advent of the Rader Court"
Gregory A. Castanias
Douglas R. Cole
Jennifer L. Swize
Vaishali Udupa
Tiffany D. Lipscomb-Jackson

A Random Walk: The Federal Circuit's 2010 Government Contract Decisions
Steven L. Schooner

2010 International Trade law Decisions of the Federal Circuit
Kevin J. Fandl

2010 Trademark Law Decisions of the Federal Circuit
Susan B. Flohr
Emily J. Barnhart
John Paul Oleksiuk

Veterans Benefits in 2010: A New Dialogue Between the Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit
Paul R. Gugliuzza

Arkansas Law Review
Volume 64, Number 1

Symposium issue: Judicial Elections

Hartman Hotz Lecture: Constitutionalizing Judicial Ethics: Judicial Elections After Republican Party of Minnesota v. White, Caperton, and Citizens United
Ronald D. Rotunda

Selection of Judges
Robert L. Brown

Judicial Elections, Campaigning, and the First Amendment: Looking Past the Hype and Hysteria to Democracy
Wendell Griffen

ELECTIONES REGNAT
Timothy Davis Fox

Campaign Contibutions, Campaign Involvement, and Judicial Recusal
Howard W. Brill

Caperton, Due Process, and Judicial Duty: Recusal Oversight in Patrons’ Cases
Steve Sheppard

Who Do They Think They Are?
Donald P. Judges

Rethinking “Bias”: Judicial Elections and the Due Process Clause After Capterton v. A.T. Massey Coal Co.
Eric Sandberg-Zakian

Judicial Selection from a Political Science Perspective
Anthony Champagne

The Curious Logic of Judicial Elections
Rachel Paine Caufield

Recent Developments
Garrett O’Brien

Boston University International Law Journal
Volume 29, Number 2

Legal Outlier, Again? U.S. Felon Suffrage: Comparative and International Human Rights Perspectives
Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler

An Empirical Analysis of Wealth Disparities in WTO Disputes: Do Poorer Countries Suffer From Strategic Delay During Dispute Litigation?
Geoffrey Antell & James W. Coleman

The Syndrome of the Efficiency of the Common Law
Nuno Garoupa & Carlos Gomez Liguerre

Intervention and Consent: Consensual Forcible Interventions in Internal Armed Conflicts as International Agreements
Eliav Lieblich

Regulating Tobacco Flavors: Implications of WTO Law
Andrew Mitchell & Tania Voon

International Pharmaceutical Mistrials: Existing Law for the Protection of Foreign Human Subjects and a Proposal for Reform
Dennis M. Coyne

Turned Away: The Detrimental Effect of Italy's Public Security Law on Undocumented Children's Right to Education
Erin Komada

Case Western Journal of International Law
Volume 43, Numbers 1-2

Table of Contents: Lawfare!: Are America's enemies using the law against us as a weapon of war?

Foreward: Lawfare!
Michael P. Scharf & Shannon Pagano

Is Lawfare Worth Defining? Report of the Cleveland Experts Meeting
Michael Scharf & Elizabeth Andersen, assisted by Cox Center Fellows Effy Folberg, Michael Jacobson, & Katlyn Kraus

Historical and Semiotic Origins of "Lawfare":
Historical and Semiotic Origins of "Lawfare"
Susan W. Tiefenbrun

The Curious Career of Lawfare
Wouter G. Werner

Lawfare or Strategic Communications?
Dr. Gregory P. Noone

Lawfare: A Rhetorical Analysis
Tawia Ansah

Is "Lawfare" a Useful Term?:
Does Lawfare Need an Apologia?
Major Charles J. Dunlap, Jr.

Lawfare: A War Worth Fighting
Dr. Paul R. Williams

On Legal Subterfuge and the So-Called "Lawfare"
Leila Nadya Sadat & Jing Geng

The Dangers of Lawfare
Scott Horton

Lawfare and War Crimes Tribunals:
Lawfare: Where Justice Meets Peace
The Honorable Principal Judge of Uganda, Justice James Ogoola

Lawfare and the International Tribunals: A Question of Definition? A Reflection on the Creation of the "Khmer Rouge Tribunal"
Robert Petit

The Take Down: Case Studies Regarding "Lawfare" in International Criminal Justice: The West African Experience
David M. Crane

Whose Lawfare is it, Anyway?
David Scheffer

Lawfare and the Israeli-Palestine Predicament:
The Gaza Strip: Israel, Its Foreign Policy, and the Goldstone Report
Milena Sterio

Illustrating Illegitimate Lawfare
Michael A. Newton

Finding Facts But Missing the Law: The Goldstone Report, Gaza, and Lawfare
Laurie R. Blank

Gaza, Goldstone, and Lawfare
William A. Schabas

Litigating the Arab-Israeli Conflict in U.S. Courts: Critiquing the Lawfare Critique
William J. Aceves

Lawfare and the War on Terror:
"Lawfare" in the War on Terrorism: A Reclamation Project
Melissa A. Waters

Lawfare and Counterlawfare: The Demonization of the Gitmo Bar and other Legal Strategies in the War on Terror
David J. R. Frakt

The Value of Claiming Torture: An Analysis of al-Qaeda's Tactical Lawfare Strategy and Efforts to Fight Back
Michael J. Lebowitz

Lawfare and U.S. National Security
Professor Orde F. Kittrie

Beyond Traditional Concepts of Lawfare:
Lawfare and the Definition of Aggression: What the Soviet Union and Russian Federation Can Teach Us
Christi Scott Bartman, MPA, JD, PhD

The Knight's Code, not his Lance
Jamie A. Williamson

Carl Schmitt and the Critique of Lawfare
David Luban

Issues on International Humanitarian Law and Genocide:
The Legality of Reciprocity in the War Against Terrorism
Ambassador Robbie Sabel

The Status of Corporations in the Travaux Préparatoires of the Genocide Convention: The Search for Personhood
Michael J. Kelly

Frederick K. Cox International Law Center Lecture in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law:
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law—Conflict or Convergence
Sir Christopher Greenwood, CMG, QC

Student Note: Animals Are Property: The Violations of Soldiers' Rights to Strays in Iraq

Duke Law Journal
Volume 60, Number 8

Transmitting, Editing, and Communicating: Determining What “The Freedom of Speech” Encompasses
Stuart Minor Benjamin

Supervising Managed Services
James B. Speta

The Network Utility
Kevin Werbach

Agency Threats
Tim Wu

Myspace, Yourspace, But Not Theirspace: The Constitutionality of Banning Sex Offenders From Social Networking Sites
Jasmine S. Wynton

Emory Law Journal
Volume 60, Number 3

The Experiential Future of the Law
Adam J. Kolber

Biased Advice
Christopher Tarver Robertson

Smoking Out Big Tobacco: Can the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act Equip the FDA to Regulate Tobacco Without Infringing on the First Amendment?
Matt Shechtman

The Doctrine of Equivalents: Fairness and Uncertainty in an Era of Biologic Pharmaceuticals
D. Alan White

Feminist Legal Studies (UK)
Volume 19, Number 1

Editorial Introduction
Brenna Bhandar
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Reading the State as a Multi-Identity Formation: The Touch and Feel of Equality Governance
Davina Cooper
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Falling Rape Conviction Rates: (Some) Feminist Aims and Measures for Rape Law
Wendy Larcombe
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Jurisdictions of Sexual Assault: Reforming the Texts and Testimony of Rape in Australia
Peter D. Rush
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Revisiting the Continental Shelf: Moira Gatens on Law, Religion, and Human Rights in Eliot, Feuerbach, and Spinoza
Stacy Douglas and Moira Gatens
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Legitimate Compassion or Compassionate Legitimation? Reflections on the Policy for Prosecutors in Respect of Cases of Encouraging or Assisting Suicide
Hazel Biggs
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Book Review: Kim Brooks (ed.), Justice Bertha Wilson: One Woman’s Difference UBC Press, Vancouver, 2009
Rosemary Hunter
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Book Review: Rosie Harding: Regulating Sexuality: Legal Consciousness in Lesbian and Gay Lives Routledge, London, 2010
Aleardo Zanghellini
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Book Review: Nicholas Blomley: Rights of Passage: Sidewalks and the Regulation of Public Flow Routledge Glasshouse, London, 2011
Iyiola Solanke
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Florida State University Law Review
Volume 38, Number 2

Rethinking the Board's Duty to Monitor: A Critical Assessment of the Delaware Doctrine
Eric. J. Pan

Harming Business Clients with Zealous Advocacy: Rethinking the Attorney Advisor's Touchstone
Paula Schaefer

Welfare versus Autonomy in Human Subjects Research
Mark S. Stein & Julian Savulescu

Shotguns, Weddings, and Lunch Counters: Why Cultural Frames Matter to Constitutional Law
Anders Walker

Swift Boat Captains of Industry for Truth: Citizens United and the Illogic of the Natural Person Theory of Corporate Personhood
Matthew J. Allman

A New Role for Tortious Interference in the Digital Age: A Model to Enforce End User License Agreements
Jessica Gallegos

Cat's Paw Cases: The Standard for Assessing Subordinate Bias Liability
Sara Atherton Mason

Fordham Urban Law Journal
Volume 38, Number 3

Surveying the Damage: An Assessment of Legal and Policy Responses to the Subprime Mortgage Crisis

THE PROMISE AND PERILS OF “NEW REGIONALIST” APPROACHES TO SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
Lisa T. Alexander

REFORMING REGULATION IN THE MARKETS FOR HOME LOANS
Susan Block-Lieb & Edward J. Janger

A SIMPLE APPROACH TO PREVENTING THE NEXT HOUSING CRISIS—WHY WE NEED ONE, WHAT ONE WOULD LOOK LIKE, AND WHY DODD-FRANK ISN’T IT
David A. Dana

FOSTERING REGIONALISM: COMMENT ON THE PROMISE AND PERILS OF “NEW REGIONALIST” APPROACHES TO SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
Nestor M. Davidson

NONDEBTOR RELEASES IN CHAPTER 11 REORGANIZATIONS: A LIMITED POWER
Elizabeth Gamble

FINANCIAL STABILITY IS A VOLUME BUSINESS: A COMMENT ON THE LEGAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF EX POST CONSUMER DEBTOR PROTECTIONS
Anna Gelpern

BUILDING POLICY THROUGH COLLABORATIVE DELIBERATION: A REFLECTION ON USING LESSONS FROM PRACTICE TO INFORM RESPONSES TO THE MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE CRISIS
Robin S. Golden

THE LEGAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF EX POST CONSUMER DEBTOR PROTECTIONS
Melissa B. Jacoby

SCHOOL DISTRICTS AS WEATHERMEN: THE SCHOOL’S ABILITY TO REASONABLY FORECAST SUBSTANTIAL DISRUPTION TO THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT FROM STUDENTS’ ONLINE SPEECH
Samantha M. Levin

DELEGATIONAL DELUSIONS: WHY JUDGES SHOULD BE ABLE TO DELEGATE REASONABLE AUTHORITY OVER STATED SUPERVISED RELEASE CONDITIONS
Eugenia Schraa

FROM SOUND BITES TO SOUND POLICY: RECLAIMING THE HIGH GROUND IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY-MAKING
Anthony C. Thompson

Harvard Law Review
Volume 124, Number 7

Article
Article III and the Scottish Judiciary

James E. Pfander and Daniel D. Birk

Book Review
Constitutional Alarmism
Trevor W. Morrison

Notes
A Justification for Allowing Fragmentation in Copyright

Taxing Partnership Profits Interests: The Carried Interest Problem

Recent Cases
New York Court of Appeals Clarifies Standard for Imputability of an Agent's Fraudulent Conduct to Its Principal in the Context of an In Pari Delicto Defense. — Kirschner v. KPMG LLP, 938 N.E.2d 941 (N.Y. 2010).

D.C. Circuit Holds that EPA Rule Modifying Cap-and-Trade Regulatory System for Hydrochlorofluorocarbons Is Impermissibly Retroactive. — Arkema Inc. v. EPA, 618 F.3d 1 (D.C. Cir. 2010).

Fourth Circuit Holds that State Public Nuisance Suit Against Electricity-Generating Plant Emissions Is Preempted by the Clean Air Act Regime. — North Carolina ex rel. Cooper v. TVA, 615 F.3d 291 (4th Cir. 2010).

Ninth Circuit Holds that Dispute over Private Card Check Agreement Is Subject to Primary Jurisdiction of NLRB. — International Union of Painter & Allied Trades, District 15, Local 159 v. J & R Flooring, Inc., 616 F.3d 953 (9th Cir. 2010).

Recent Legislation
Congress Expands Incentives for Whistleblowers to Report Suspected Violations to the SEC. — Dodd-Frank Act, Pub. L. No. 111-203, § 922, 124 Stat. 1376, 1841–49 (2010) (to be codified at 15 U.S.C. § 78u-6).

Recent Publications

Indiana Law Journal
Volume 86, Number 3

Original Acquisition of Property: From Conquest & Possession to Democracy & Equal Opportunity
Joseph William Singer

Patents, Presumptions, and Public Notice
Timothy R. Holbrook

To Lynch a Child: Bullying and Gender Nonconformity in our Nation’s Schools
Michael J. Higdon

Not the Crime but the Cover-Up: A Deterrence-Based Rationale for the Premeditation-Deliberation Formula
Michael J. Zydney Mannheimer

Retail Rebellion and the Second Amendment
Darrell A.H. Miller

The Framers’ Intent: John Adams, His Era, and the Fourth Amendment
Thomas K. Clancy

The Pluralism of International Criminal Law
Alexander K.A. Greenwalt

The Boundaries of Privacy Harm
M. Ryan Calo

Judicial Review of Public Utility Commissions
Jonathan Armiger

A Shift in the Wind: The Siting of Wind Power Projects on Public Lands in the Obama Era
Eric S. Spengler

Iowa Law Review
Volume 96, Number 4

Articles

Password Protected? Can a Password Save Your Cell Phone from a Search Incident to Arrest?
Adam M. Gershowitz

A New Legal Theory to Test Executive Pay: Contractual Unconscionability
Lawrence A. Cunningham

Rodrigo’s Reconsideration: Intersectionality and the Future of Critical Race Theory
Richard Delgado

Citizenship and Worldwide Taxation: Citizenship as an Administrable Proxy for Domicile
Edward A. Zelinsky

Notes

The Future of Manifest Disregard As a Valid Ground for Vacating Arbitration Awards in Light of the Supreme Court’s Ruling in Hall Street Associates, L.L.C. v. Mattel, Inc.
Ann C. Gronlund

Beyond a Carcieri Fix: The Need for Broader Reform of the Land-into-Trust Process of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934
Amanda D. Hettler

Rule 15: A Limited Safety Net for 12(b)(6) Dismissal After Iqbal
Thomas A. Reuland

Reconciling the Terms and Spirit of the Law: Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives and the FLSA Outside-Sales Exemption
Bryan D. Sullivan

Journal of Legal Education
Volume 60, Number 4

Coordinating Loan Repayment Assistance Programs with New Federal Legislation
Philip G. Schrag and Charles W. Pruett

Tragedy of the Student Commons: Law Student Transfers and Legal Education
Jeffrey L. Rensberger

Introducing Civil Law Students to Common Law Legal Method Through Contract Law
Charles R. Calleros

Student Cheats and Those Who Harbor Them 
Sue D. Naim

Stories and Students: Mentoring Professional Development
Harriet N. Katz

LEGENDS OF THE LEGAL ACADEMY: Jerome Alan Cohen
Alison W. Conner

Book Review: A Good Quarrel. America's Top Legal Reporters Share Stories from Inside the Supreme Court—Timothy R. Johnson and Jerry Goldman (eds.)
Reviewed by Molly Selvin

Book Review: Bitter Knowledge: Learning Socratic Lessons of Disillusion and Renewal—Thomas D. Eisele
Reviewed by Douglas Lind

Law and Contemporary Problems
Volume 74, Number 2

Foreword
Avishalom Tor (Special Editor)

Notions of Fairness And Contingent Fees
Eyal Zamir& Ilana Ritov

Stealing Sunshine
Ronen Perry& Dana Weimann-Saks

Why Didn’t Subprime Investors Demand a (Much Larger) Lemons Premium?
Claire A. Hill

Open Doors, Trap Doors, and the Law
Shmuel I. Becher & Tal Z. Zarsky

Harmful Freedom of Choice: Lessons from the Cellphone Market
Adi Ayal

Behind the Veil of Legal Uncertainty
Yuval Feldman & Shahar Lifshitz

Law for the Common Man: An Individual-Level Theory of Values, Expanded Rationality, and the Law
Amir N. Licht

Lewis & Clark Law Review
Volume 15, Number 2

INTRODUCTION
Earl Blumenauer

REFLECTIONS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF FEDERAL TAX SUBSIDIES FOR OIL, GAS, AND TIMBER PRODUCTION
John A. Bogdanski

WHAT KIND OF ENVIRONMENT DO WE OWE FUTURE GENERATIONS?
Neil H. Buchanan

PAYING FOR GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTIONS: WHAT ROLE FOR FAIRNESS?
Gilbert E. Metcalf

ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION IN THE UNITED STATES: THE LONG VIEW
Janet E. Milne

CHALLENGING STATE TAXATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY: WILL WYOMING BE THE BATTLEGROUND?
Walter Wang

THE LOOPHOLE THAT WOULD NOT DIE: A CASE STUDY IN THE DIFFICULTY OF GREENING THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE
Lawrence Zelenak

Speech: OF JUDGING AND JUDAISM
Hon. Rick Haselton

Comments
HAS THE IRS GONE TOO FAR WITH ITS ALTERNATE VALUATION DATE PROPOSED REGULATIONS?
Skye Christakos

GESTATIONAL SURROGACY MATERNITY DISPUTES: REFOCUSING ON THE CHILD
Erin Y. Hisano

New York Law School Law Review
Volume 55, Number 3

Symposium: The Seventh Annual Adoption Policy Conference Permanency for Children

Articles & Essays

International Adoption: A Way Forward
Elizabeth Bartholet

Finding a Home in the World: A Deontological Theory of the Right to be Adopted
Paulo Barrazo

Seeking the Better Interests of Children with a New International Law of Adoption
Richard Carlson

Permanency Is Not Enough: Children Need the Nurturing of Parents Found in International Adoption
Elizabeth Bartholet

Reflections on the Special Humanitarian Parole Program for Haitian Orphans
Whitney A. Reitz

Imperfect Remedies: The Arsenal of Criminal Statutes Available to Prosecute International Adoption Fraud in the United States
Katie Rasor, Richard M. Rothblatt, Elizabeth A. Russo, and Julie A. Turner

Getting to Stay: Clarifying Legal Treatment of Improper Adoptions
Elena Schwieger

The Re-Invention of Adoption Law: A Reflection
Diane B. Kunz

Notes & Case Comment

Embryo "Adoption"? The Rhetoric, the Law, and the Legal Consequences
Polina M. Dostalik

Sifting Through the Wreckage: An Analysis and Proposed Resolution Concerning the Disposition of Historic Shipwrecks Located in International Waters
Jeremy Neil

In re Steven J. Lever
 Stephanie A. Ackerman

NYU Law Review
Volume 86, Number 2

Articles

Tax Deregulation
Steven A. Dean

Arbitration as Delegation
David Horton

Distributing Justice
Adam S. Zimmerman

Notes

Noticing Crisis
Pieter S. de Ganon

Sentencing Entrapment and the Undue Influence Enhancement
Kirstin Kerr O'Connor

Workplace Grievance Procedures: Signaling Fairness but Escalating Commitment
Joshua C. Polster

North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation
Volume 36, Number 2

Articles

The Reason Behind the Rules: From Description to Normativity in International Criminal Procedure
Noah Weisbord and Matthew A. Smith

The ICC Statute – An Insider’s Perspective on a Sui Generis System for Global Justice
Fatou Bensouda

Law of Evidence at the International Criminal Court: Blending Accusatorial and Inquisitorial Models
Michele Caianiello

Failures of the American Adversarial System to Protect the Innocent and Conceptual Advantages in the Inquisitorial Design for Investigative Fairness
Robert P. Mosteller

The Competing Visions of Fairness: The Basic Choice for International Criminal Tribunals
Mirjan Damaška

Should We Search for the Truth, and Who Should Do it?
Thomas Weigend

Comment

How Central Asia Was Won: A Revival of "The Great Game"
Morgan R. Davis

Note

Addressing an Alien’s Fears of Torture Under the Convention Against Torture
Jansen Averett

North Dakota Law Review
Volume 86, Number 3

Articles

The Law of Unintended Consequences: The North Dakota Supreme Court Recognizes the Right to a Jury Trial for Noncriminal Traffic Offenses in Riemers v. Eslinger
Peter Welte

A Need for Clarification: North Dakota's Abandoned Mineral Statute
Sara K. Sorenson

Notes

Filling the Gap: Addressing the Potential Impact of North Dakota Adopting Legislation Creating a New Entity— The Low Profit Limited Liability Company
Mark R. Krogstad

Property Exempt from Process—How House Bill 1039 Updated and Clarified North Dakota's Outdated Exemption Scheme, and a Call for Further Reform
Sara Monson

Case Comments

Schools—Handicapped Children: The United States Supreme Court Rules that the 1997 Amendments to Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Do Not Categorically Bar Tuition Reimbursement for Unilateral Private-School Placements ; Forest Grove School District v. T.A., 129 S. Ct. 2484 (2009)
Dennis Ingold

Constitutional Law—Elections: Citizens Divided: Balancing the First Amendment Right to Free Speech and the Role of Private Corporations in Our Nation's Elections; Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 130 S. Ct. 876 (2010)
Nathan R. Martindale

Intellectual Property—Patents: The United States Supreme Court Clarifies the Test for Patent Eligibility of Processes ; Bilski v. Kappos, 130 S. Ct. 3218 (2010)
Rebecca L. Binstock

Bankruptcy—Exemptions: When an Interested Party Must Object, and Exempting Property with the Intention of Retaining Possession ; Schwab v. Reilly, 130 S. Ct. 2652 (2010)
Jonathan L. Voigt

Schools—District Liability: Political Subdivision Liability and School Duties Prevail Over Recreational Use Immunity ; M.M. v. Fargo Public School District No. 1, 2010 ND 102, 783 N.W.2d 806
Vanessa Anderson

Oregon Law Review
Volume 89, Number 3

Symposium: American Antitrust Institute’s 11th Annual National Conference: Are the boundaries between public and private in transition?

An Introduction to the American Antitrust Institute’s 11th Annual National Conference: Are the Boundaries Between Public and Private in Transition?
Albert A. Foer

Antitrust Immunities
Christine A. Varney

Standardization and Markets: Just Exactly Who Is the Government, and Why Should Antitrust Care?
Chris Sagers

The Affordable Care Act and Competition Policy: Antidote or Placebo?
Thomas L. Greaney

The Provider Monopoly Problem in Health Care
Clark C. Havighurst and Barak D. Richman

Market Allocation in the Health Insurance Industry and the McCarran-Ferguson Act
Randy Stutz

Competition and Regulation in the Insurance Sector: Reassessing the McCarran-Ferguson Act
Susan Beth Farmer

The Dodd-Frank Act: A Flawed and Inadequate Response to the Too-Big-to-Fail Problem
Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr.

Replacing Antitrust Exemptions for Transportation Industries: The Potential for a “Robust Business Review Clearance”
Peter C. Carstensen

Mission, Structure, and Governance in Future Electric Markets: Some Observations
Peter Fox-Penner and Heidi Bishop

Philosophy & Public Affairs
Volume 39, Number 1

Perfectionist Liberalism and Political Liberalism
MARTHA C. NUSSBAUM
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Is Liberal Society a Parasite on Tradition?
SAMUEL BOWLES
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Sen on Justice and Rights: A Review Essay
F. M. KAMM
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A Note from the Editor
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Seattle University Law Review
Volume 34, Number 3

Crowdsourcing the Work-Family Debate: A Colloquy

Introduction
Margaret Chon

Women at the Bar—A Generation of Change
Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“Trophy Husbands” & “Opt-Out” Moms
Beth A. Burkstrand-Reid

Feminism for Everyone
Laura T. Kessler

Work, Caregiving, and Masculinities
Ann C. McGinley

Confronting Difference and Finding Common Ground
Gowri Ramachandran

Deliverable Male
Katharine B. Silbaugh

Reshaping the Narrative Debate
Nancy Levit

The Geography of the Class Culture Wars
Lisa R. Pruitt

Talk the Talk, but Walk the Walk: A Comment on Joan Williams’s Reshaping the Work-Family Debate
Jean Stefancic

Joan Williams, Coalitions, and Getting Beyond the Wages of Whiteness and the Wages of Maleness
Robert S. Chang

Race, Sex, and the Division of Labor: A Comment on Joan Williams’s Reshaping the Work-Family Debate
Richard Delgado

Overeducated Achievatrons Unite!
Joan C. Williams

Conviction, Confrontation, and Crawford: Gang Expert Testimony as Testimonial Hearsay
Hon. Jack Nevin

Article

Conviction, Confrontation, and Crawford: Gang Expert Testimony as Testimonial Hearsay
Hon. Jack Nevin

Book Reviews and Responses

Immigration Law as Contract Law
Won Kidane

Immigration Law, Contracts, and Due Process: A Response to Professor Won Kidane’s Review of Everyday Law for Immigrants
Victor C. Romero

Comments

Uncommon Genes, Unpatentable Subject Matter
Adriane Scola

Life in Prison for Stealing $48: Rethinking Second-Degree Robbery as a Strike Offense in Washington State
Jennifer Cox Shapiro

Taking it Seriously: Repairing Domestic Violence Sentencing in Washington State
Patricia Sully

Stanford Law Review
Volume 63, Number 4

Articles

Fortuity and Forensic Familial Identification
Natalie Ram

Guns, Fruits, Drugs, and Documents: A Criminal Defense Lawyer's Responsibility for Real Evidence
Stephen Gillers

Fixing Unfair Contracts
Omri Ben-Shahar

Notes

Should the Supreme Court Stop Inviting Amici Curiae to Defend Abandoned Lower Court Decisions?
Brian P. Goldman

A New Approach to Nineteenth-Century Religious Exemption Cases
Wesley J. Campbel

Touro Law Review
Volume 27, Number 1

The Supreme Court and Judicial Review: Two Views
Thomas A. Schweitzer

The Supreme Court 2009 Term Overview and 2010 Term Preview
Erwin Chemerinsky, Joan Biskupic, Martin A. Schwartz and Leon Friedman

First Amendment Freedom of Speech and Religion—October 2009 Term
Burt Neuborne and Michael C. Dorf

Lawyering Decisions—October 2009 Term
Eileen Kaufman

Attorney’s Fees in Civil Rights Cases—October 2009 Term
Martin A. Schwartz

Three Vital Issues: Incorporation of the Second Amendment, Federal Government Power, and Separation of Powers—October 2009 Term
Michael C. Dorf and Erwin Chemerinsky

Supreme Court Criminal Law Jurisprudence: Fair Trials, Cruel Punishment, and Ethical Lawyering—October 2009 Term
Richard Klein

Business Interests Cases—October 2009 Term
Honorable Leon D. Lazer and Leon Friedman

UPenn Law Review
Volume 159, Number 5

Articles

Arbitration’s Suspect Status
Hiro N. Aragaki

Running the Gamut from A to B: Federal Trademark and False Advertising Law
Rebecca Tushnet

The Criminal Class Action
Adam S. Zimmerman & David M. Jaros

Comments

Making Indians “White”: The Judicial Abolition of Native Slavery in Revolutionary Virginia and its Racial Legacy
Gregory Ablavsky

The Niqab in the Courtroom: Protecting Free Exercise of Religion in a Post-Smith World
Adam Schwartzbaum

Washington and Lee Law Review
Volume 68, Number 2

2010 Hendricks Lecture in Law and History
Recovering the Legal History of the Confederacy
G. Edward White

Articles

Litigation, Legislation, and Democracy in a Post-Newspaper America
RonNell Andersen Jones

Attorney Advice and the First Amendment
Renee Newman Knake

Notes

The Church Amendment:  In Search of Enforcement
Nathaniel James

Through the Lens of Federal Evidence Rule 403:  An Examination of Eyewitness Identification Expert Testimony Admissibility in the Federal Circuit Courts
Lauren Tallent

The Remix Artist's Catch-22:  A Proposal for Compulsory Licensing for Transformative, Sampling-Based Music
Robert M. Vrana

Yale Law Journal
Volume 120, Number 7

The Inducement Standard of Patentability
Michael Abramowicz & John F. Duffy

Taxation and Liquidity
Yair Listokin

America's Lived Constitution
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