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Alaska Law Review
Volume 28, Issue 2
Arizona Law Review
Volume 53, Issue 4
Cambridge Law Journal
Volume 70, Issue 3
Cardozo Law Review
Volume 33, Issue 2
Columbia Law Review
Volume 111, Issue 8
Criminal Justice Policy Review
Volume 22, Issue 4
Criminal Law and Philosophy
Volume 6, Issue 1
George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal
Volume 22, Issue 1
Green Bag
Volume 15, Issue 1
International and Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 60, Issue 4
Iowa Law Review
Volume 97, Issue 2
Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society
Volume 41, Issue 4
Journal of Economic Literature
Volume 49, Issue 4
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
Volume 36, Issue 6
Journal of International Criminal Justice
Volume 9, Issue 5
Journal of Political Economy
Volume 119, Issue 5
Law and Policy
Volume 34, Issue 1
Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal
Volume 43, Issue 1
Michigan State Law Review
Volume 2011, Issue 1
Michigan State Law Review
Volume 2011, Issue 2
North Carolina Law Review
Volume 90, Issue 1
Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal
Volume 28, Issue 1
Signs
Volume 38, Issue 2
Texas Law Review
Volume 90, Issue 2
Vanderbilt Law Review
Volume 64, Issue 6

Alaska Law Review
Volume 28, Issue 2

State of Alaska v. Native Village of Tanana: Enhancing Tribal Power by Affirming Concurrent Tribal Jurisdiction To Initiate ICWA Defined Child Custody Proceedings, Both Inside and Outside of Indian Country ]
Heather Kendall-Miller

Alvarado Revisited: A Missing Element in Alaska’s Quest To Provide Impartial Juries for Rural Alaskans
Jeff D. May  

Introduction to Researching Alaska Legislative History Materials
Susan Falk

Fair Is Fair—Reshaping Alaska’s Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act
Ryan P. O’Quinn & Thomas Watterson

 No Room for Squatters: Alaska’s Adverse Possession Law
Jennie Morawetz

 

Arizona Law Review
Volume 53, Issue 4

Monitoring Immigration Enforcement
Stephen Lee

ICE Was Not Meant To Be Cold: The Case for Civil Rights Monitoring of Immigration Enforcement at the Workplace
Kati L. Griffith

Protecting Immigrant Workers Through Interagency Cooperation
Jayesh M. Rathod

Law’s Information Revolution
Bruce H. Kobayashi & Larry E. Ribstein

Big Law’s Sixth Amendment: The Rise of Corporate White-Collar Practices in Large U.S. Law Firms
Charles D. Weisselberg & Su Li

Indigenous Consent: Rethinking U.S. Consultation Policies in Light of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Akilah Jenga Kinnison

Dewsnup Strikes Again: Lien-Stripping of Junior Mortgages in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13
Michael Myers

Valid, Voidable, or Void? Default Judgments and Attorney Notification Under Rule 55(A) of the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure
Grant D. Wille

 

Cambridge Law Journal
Volume 70, Issue 3

JUDICIAL REVIEW OF THE UPPER TRIBUNAL: APPEAL, REVIEW, AND THE WILL OF PARLIAMENT
Philip Murray

STRASBOURG ON PRIVACY INJUNCTIONS
Chris Hunt

ARREST FOR QUESTIONING
J.R. Spencer

KILLA WALKS FREE
J.R. Spencer

NEGLIGENCE, REMOTENESS AND ECONOMIC LOSS – STAYING ON TRACK
Janet O'Sullivan

PECUNIA NON OLET
David Howarth

PROFITS OBTAINED IN BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY: PERSONAL OR PROPRIETARY CLAIM?
Graham Virgo

CHARITABLE TRUSTS WITH POLITICAL OBJECTS
P.G. Turner

INSURING THE CHARTER: WHO BEARS THE COST?
Eva Nanopoulos

UNCERTAIN PERPETRATORS AND SIBLINGS AT RISK
Andrew Bainham

DEFINING “DOMESTIC VIOLENCE”: HOUSING LAW AND BEYOND
Jo Miles

DISARMING THE ULTRA VIRES TORPEDO
Richard Fentiman

THE ABOLITION OF EXPERT WITNESS IMMUNITY
Kirsty Hughes

EU (NON)-SUPREMACY AND CRIMINAL LAW
Estella Baker

AUTONOMY, LIBERTY, AND MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING
John Coggon and José Miola

THE EXTENT OF FIDUCIARY ACCOUNTING AND THE IMPORTANCE OF AUTHORISATION MECHANISMS
Matthew Conaglen

TO SELL OR NOT TO SELL: THAT IS THE QUESTION THE IRONY OF THE TRUSTS OF LAND AND APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES ACT 1996
Martin Dixon

IMPLIED TERMS: THE JOURNEY OF THE MAN ON THE CLAPHAM OMNIBUS
John McCaughran

THE CONCEPT OF COUPLEDOM IN SUCCESSION LAW
Brian Sloan

POVERTY: AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT IN CHARITY AFTER ALL?
Mary Synge

Socio-Economic Rights: Adjudication under a Transformative Constitution. By Sandra Liebenberg. [Cape Town: Juta & Co Ltd.2010. xxv, and 541pp.
Bob Hepple

Justinian's Digest: Character and Compilation. By Tony Honoré. [Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. 150 and (Addenda, Bibliography and Indices)
88 pp. Hardback £50. ISBN 9780199593309.]
J.D. Ford

Making the Law Explicit: The Normativity of Legal Argumentation. By Matthias Klatt
Joe McIntyre

The Reception of International Law in the European Court of Human Rights. By Magdalena Forowicz
Colin Warbrick

Legislating the War on Terror: An Agenda for Reform. By Benjamin Wittes (ed).
Clive Walker

 

Cardozo Law Review
Vol. 33, No. 2

Foreword
Robert A. Katzmann

Revised Remarks to the Symposium on Innovative Approaches to Immigrant Representation at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
John Paul Stevens

Justice Stevens's Legacy and Immigrant Representation
Lewis J. Liman 

Representation of the Immigrant Poor: Upstate New York
Denny Chin 

Accessing Justice: The Availability and Adequacy of Counsel Removal Proceedings (New York Immigrant Representation Study Report: Part 1)
The Steering Committee of New York Immigrant Representation Study Report 

The Asylum Representation Project and the Leon Levy Fellowship at Human Rights First:  An Innovative Partnership to Increase Pro Bono Representation for Indigent Asylum-Seekers 
Lori Adams & Alida Lasker 

To License or Not to License? A Look at Differing Approaches to Policing the Activities of Nonlawyer Immigration Service Providers 
Careen Shannon 

Constitutional Immigration Law on Its Own Path
Anne R. Traum  

Considering the Scope of Advisal Duties Under Padilla 
Lindsay C. Nash 

Petty Offenses, Drastic Consequences: Toward a Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel for Noncitizen Defendants Facing Deportation 
Alice Clapman 

Illegal Aid: Legal Assistance to Immigrants in the United States
Geoffrey Heeren

When the State Demands Disclosure
Rebecca Aviel

NOTES

A Mosaic Shield: Maynard, the Fourth Amendment, and Privacy Rights in the Digital Age
Erin Smith Dennis

Separating the Sheep from the Goats: Celebrity Satire As Fair Use
Nicholas D. Sirabella

Overcharge but Don't Overestimate: Calculating Damages for Antitrust Injuries in Two-Sided Markets
Daniel M. Tracer

 

Columbia Law Review
Volume 111, Issue 8

Marriage as Punishment
Melissa Murray

Transaction Consistency and the New Finance in Bankruptcy
David A. Skeel, Jr & Thomas H. Jackson

Deterring Global Bribery: Where Public and Private Enforcement Collide
Rashna Bhojwani

Does Five Equal Three? Reading the Takings Clause in Light of the Third Amendment’s Protection of Houses
Thomas G Sprankling

 

Criminal Justice Policy Review
Volume 22, Issue 4

How and Why Do Criminal Justice Public Policies Spread Throughout U.S. States? A Critical Review of the Diffusion Literature
Tiffany Bergin

Attitudes Towards the Use of Racial/Ethnic Profiling to Prevent Crime and Terrorism
Devon Johnson, Daniel Brazier, Katrina Forrest, Crispin Ketelhut, Darron Mason, and Marc Mitchell

Local Political Structures and Violent Crime in U.S. Cities: Patterns of Association in a Longitudinal panel Study
Ling Ren, Jihong Zhao, and Nicholas P. Lovrich.

The Efficacy of the Trafficking in Persons Report: A Review of the Evidence
Alese Wooditch

Probation Recommendations and Sentences Received: The Association Between the Two and the Factors That Affect Recommendations
Denise Leifker and Lisa L. Sample

Book Review: Conned: How Millions Went to Prison, Lost the Vote, and Helped Send George W. Bush to the White House
Natasha V Christie

Book Review: Justice in America: The Separate Realities of Blacks and Whites
James Bowers, Jr

 

Criminal Law and Philosophy
Volume 6, Issue 1

Criminalising Anti-Social Behaviour
Andrew Cornford

What is Inhuman Treatment
Kevin J. Murtagh

A Human Right not to be Punished? Punishment as Derogation of Rights

J. D. Shepherd

Criminalizing Health-Related Behaviors Dangerous to Others? Disease Transmission, Transmission-Facilitation , and the Importance of Trust
Leslie Pickering Prancis and John G. Francis

How to Argue About Prostitution
Michelle Madden Dempsey

“Moore or Less” Causation and Responsibility Reviewing Michael S. Moore, Causation and Responsibility: An Essay in Law, Morals and Metaphysics
Larry Alexander and Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

Review of “Crime and Culpability: A Theory of Criminal Law”
David Dolinko

Vera Bergelson: Victims’ Rights and Victims’ Wrongs
Christopher Bennett

Susan Easton: Prisoners’ Rights: Principle and Practice
Richard L. Lippke

 

George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal
Vol. 22, No. 1

Western States’ Light: Restructuring the Federal Transportation Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
George R. La Noue

Legal Limbo: The Supreme Court's Discomfort with Technology in City of Ontario v. Quon Caused it to Confuse the Definition of a Fourth Amendment Search
George M. Dery III

Victim Impact Evidence in Death Penalty Sentancing Proceedings: Advocating for a Higher Relevancy Standard
Laura Walker

Probation Officers' Authority to Determine Conditions of Supervised Release and Restitution Payment: Fair or Foul?
Anders Sleight

 

Green Bag
Volume 15, No. 1

Brandeis Brief Myths
David E. Bernstein

indemnify.
Bryan A. Garner

Did You Hear the One About Chief Justice Burger and the Itinerant Litigant?: Behind-the-Scenes Humor at the Supreme Court
Todd C. Peppers

The American Court House as a Home
Douglas P. Woodlock

The Ultimate Junket, Chaperoned
Ross E. Davies

From the New Capital to the Old: April 29th-May 1st, 1889
Pennsylvania Railroad Company

In Search of the Origins of an American Cuisine
Leiv Blad

The Right Place for a Right Hook
Bob Rains

 

International and Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 60, No. 4
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STANDARDS OF NON-DISCRIMINATION IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW  
Nicolas F Diebold

INTERNATIONALISATION AND CONSTITUTIONAL BORROWING IN DRAFTING BILLS OF RIGHTS  
Anne Smith

ISO AND CODEX STANDARDS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW: WHAT GETS SAID IS NOT WHAT'S HEARD  
Filippo Fontanelli

DIRECTIVE 93/13 AND THE ‘PRICE TERM EXEMPTION’: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS IN THE LIGHT OF THE ‘MARKET FOR LEMONS’ RATIONALE  
Michael Schillig

WHERE THE LAW BECOMES IRRELEVANT: CONSULAR ASSISTANCE AND THE EUROPEAN UNION  
Annemarieke Vermeer-Künzli

THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS’ APPROACH TO THE RESPONSIBILITY OF MEMBER STATES IN CONNECTION WITH ACTS OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS  
Cedric Ryngaert

TOWARDS MINIMUM PROCEDURAL GUARANTEES FOR THE DEFENCE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE EU  
Laurens van Puyenbroeck and Gert Vermeulen

I. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY  
Catherine Seville

II. WHOSE RULE OF LAW? AN ANALYSIS OF THE UK'S DECISION NOT TO OPT-IN TO THE EU ASYLUM PROCEDURES AND RECEPTION CONDITIONS DIRECTIVES  
Justine N Stefanelli

I. An Imperfect Improvement: The New Conflict of Laws Act of the People's Republic of China  
Zhengxin Huo

The Concept of Law from a Transnational Perspective by Detlef von Daniels [Ashgate, Surrey, 2010, ISBN 978-0-7546-7468-9, 236pp, £65, h/bk]  
Seán Patrick Donlan

Vicarious Liability in Tort: A Comparative Perspective by Paula Giliker [Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010, 330pp, ISBN 9780521763370, £60 (h/bk)]  
Matthew Dyson

The Law of Occupation: Continuity and Change of International Humanitarian Law, and its Interaction with International Human Rights Law by Yutaka Arai-Takahashi [Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, 2009, 760pp, ISBN 978-90-04-16246-4, €207.00 (h/bk)]  
Konstantinos Mastorodimos

 

Iowa Law Review
Vol. 97, No. 2

ARTICLES

Nonbelievers and Government Speech
Caroline Mala Corbin

Willful Patent Infringement and Enhanced Damages After In Re Seagate: An Empirical Study
Christopher B. Seaman

Punitive Damages, Due Process, and Employment Discrimination
Joseph A. Seiner   

Negligence, Strict Liability, and Responsibility for Climate Change
David Weisbach    

NOTES

Iowa Can Do Better than the Affiliate Tax: A Proposal for an Intermediary Tax
Travis Cavanaugh  

Old MacDonald Files Chapter 12 Bankruptcy: How Should the IRS Tax the Reorganization?
Daniel P. Fischer    

There Ain’t No End for the "Wicked": Implications of and Recommendations for § 4248 of the Adam Walsh Act After United States v. Comstock
Ryan K. Melcher   

Privacy for Safety: The NCAA Sickle-Cell Trait Testing Policy and the Potential for Future Discrimination
Heather R. Quick    

 

The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society
Volume 41, No. 4
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Infected by Arts Festivals: Festival Policy and Audience Experiences in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area
Maaria Linko & Satu Silvanto

Ethical Implications of Methodological Settings in Arts Management Research: The Case of Performance Evaluation
Francesco Chiaravalloti & Martin Piber

Political Environment and Policy Change: The National Endowment for the Arts in the 1990s
Gordon E. Shockley

A Review of “Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music,” by Angela Myles Beeching
Nicole M. Springer

 

 

Journal of Economic Literature
Vol. 49, No. 4

Nonlinear Models of Measurement Errors 
Xiaohong Chen, Han Hong and Denis Nekipelov

Sign Restrictions in Structural Vector Autoregressions: A Critical Review
Renée Fry and Adrian Pagan

Labor Supply and Taxes: A Survey
Michael P. Keane

The Fundamental Institutions of China's Reforms and Development 
Chenggang Xu

Economic Liberalization and Indian Economic Growth: What's the Evidence? 
Ashok Kotwal, Bharat Ramaswami and Wilima Wadhwa

European Integration at the Crossroads: A Review Essay on the 50th Anniversary of Bela Balassa's Theory of Economic Integration
André Sapir

 

Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
Volume 36, No. 6

Editor's Note
Colleen M. Grogan

Editors' Introduction
Lawrence R. Jacobs and Suzanne Mettler

Why Public Opinion Changes: The Implications for Health and Health Policy
Lawrence R. Jacobs and Suzanne Mettler

Motivated Reasoning and Public Opinion 
April A. Strickland, Charles S. Taber, and Milton Lodge

The Dynamics of Health Care Opinion, 2008 – 2010: Partisanship, Self-Interest, and Racial Resentment
Michael Henderson and D. Sunshine Hillygus

Policy Feedbacks and the Impact of Policy Designs on Public Opinion
Andrea Louise Campbell

Missing Voices: Polling and Health Care 
Adam J. Berinsky and Michele Margolis

Making the Best of Hard Times: How the Nation's Economic Circumstances Shaped the Public's Embrace of Health Care Reform
Mark Schlesinger

Red State, Blue State, Flu State: Media Self-Selection and Partisan Gaps in Swine Flu Vaccinations
Matthew A. Baum

Who Deserves Health Care? The Effects of Causal Attributions and Group Cues on Public Attitudes about Responsibility for Health Care Costs 
Sarah E. Gollust and Julia Lynch

Regional Variations in Public Opinion on the Affordable Care Act
Mollyann Brodie, Claudia Deane, and Sarah Cho

 

Journal of International Criminal Justice
Volume 9, No. 5

Fast-track Justice: The Special Tribunal for Lebanon Defines Terrorism
Matthew Gillett and Matthias Schuster

Terrorism According to the STL's Interlocutory Decision on the Applicable Law: A Defining Moment or a Moment of Defining?
Manuel J. Ventura

Universal Jurisdiction under Attack: An Assessment of African Misgivings towards International Criminal Justice as Administered by Western States
Harmen van der Wilt

Towards a Criminal Chamber in the African Court of Justice and Human Rights
Chacha Bhoke Murungu

The Obligation to Extradite or Prosecute: Clarifying its Nature
Raphaël van Steenberghe

German Government Not Obliged to Seek Extradition of CIA Agents for ‘Extraordinary Rendition’: Comments on the El-Masri Judgment of the Cologne Administrative Court
Peter Wilkitzki

‘The Times they are A-Changing’ — the Italian Court of Cassation Denies Germany Immunity from Execution to Allow Compensation to War Crimes’ Victims
Micaela Frulli

Dual Attribution: Liability of the Netherlands for Conduct of Dutchbat in Srebrenica
André Nollkaemper

Current Developments at the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals
Katharina Margetts and Katerina I. Kappos

G. Boas, J.L. Bischoff, and N.L. Reid, International Criminal Law Practitioner Library, Volume I: Forms of Responsibility in International Criminal Law
G. Boas, J.L. Bischoff, and N.L. Reid, International Criminal Law Practitioner Library, Volume II: Elements of Crimes under International Law
G. Boas, J.L. Bischoff, N.L. Reid, and B.D. Taylor III, International Criminal Law Practitioner Library, Volume III: International Criminal Procedure

Daryl A. Mundis

 

Journal of Political Economy
Volume 119, No. 5
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The Impact of Rosenwald Schools on Black Achievement
Daniel Aaronson, Bhashkar Mazumder

Arresting Banking Panics: Federal Reserve Liquidity Provision and the Forgotten Panic of 1929
Mark Carlson, Kris James Mitchener, Gary Richardson

Heterogeneity and Tests of Risk Sharing
Sam Schulhofer-Wohl

Waiting to Imitate: On the Dynamic Pricing of Knowledge
Emeric Henry, Carlos J. Ponce

Quitters Never Win: The (Adverse) Incentive Effects of Competing with Superstars
Jennifer Brown

 

Law and Policy
Volume 34, No. 1
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Framing Organizational Reform: Misalignments and Disputes among Parole and Union Middle Managers
DANIELLE S. RUDES

Perils of Governance through Networks: The Case of Regulating Payday Lending in Canada
OLENA KOBZAR

Violence in and around Entertainment Districts: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Impact of Late-Night Lockout Legislation
LORRAINE MAZEROLLE, GENTRY WHITE, JANET RANSLEY and PATRICIA FERGUSON

“Resetting the Relationship” in Indigenous Child Protection: Public Hope and Private Reality 
MARY IVEC, VALERIE BRAITHWAITE and NATHAN HARRIS

 

Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal
Volume 43, No. 1

John Courtney Murray, S.J.: A Model of Engagement
Remarks by Robert John Araujo, S.J.

ARTICLES
Derivatives: A Twenty-First Century Understanding
Timothy E. Lynch

Community Collateral Damage: A Question of Priorities
Andrea J. Boyack

Bankruptcy, Relocation, and the Debtor's Dilemma: Preserving Your Homestead Exemption Versus Accepting the New Job Out of State
Timothy R. Tarvin

Burying Our Heads in the Sand: Lack of Knowledge Avoidance, and the Persistent Problem of Campus Peer Sexual Violence
Nancy Chi Cantalupo

 

Michigan State Law Review
Volume 2011, No. 1

Symposium Overview: Perspectives on Innovative Marriage Procedure
Mae Kuykendall & Adam Candeub

Reflections on E-marriage Papers
Brian H. Bix

Our Wedding Day: Bringing Law & Love Together to Texas
Mark Reed-Walkup

Marriage As a State of Mind: Federalism, Contract, and the Expressive Interest in Family Law
June Carbone

Toward More Parsimony and Transparency in “the Essentials of Marriage”
Anita Bernstein

Peaceful Penetration: Proxy Marriage, Same-Sex Marriage, and Recognition
Kerry Abrams

Polygamy, Publicity, and Locality: The Place of the Public in Marriage Practice
Allison Tait

Misunderstanding Marriage and Missing Religion
Joel A. Nichols

E-marriage: “Dot Com” or “Dot Org?”
Jennifer Gerarda Brown

Should It Be Easier to Get Married?
Gregory Mitchell

A Personal Perspective on Marriage, Time, Space, Uncertainty, and the Law
Bryan H. Wildenthal

Bill Lippert and Civil Unions: A Policy Entrepreneur in the Right Place at the Right Time
Thomas H. Little

Peggy Pascoe’s What Comes Naturally: Miscegenation Law and the Making of Race in America and the Use of Legal History to Police Social Boundaries
Kristin Hass

 

Michigan State Law Review
Volume 2011, No. 2

Joseph A. Lupton, Jr., In Memoriam
Abigail A. Rury

Plyler’s Legacy: Immigration and Higher Education in the 21st Century
Michael A. Olivas & Kristi L. Bowman

Immigrant Education and the Promise of Integrative Egalitarianism
Victor C. Romero

International Initiatives That Facilitate Global Mobility in Higher Education
Laurel Terry

Searching for Equality: Equal Protection Clause Challenges to Bans on the Admission of Undocumented Immigrant Students to Public Universities
Danielle Holley-Walker

When Urban Agriculture Meets Michigan’s Right to Farm Act: The Pig’s in the Parlor
Patricia Norris, Gary Taylor & Mark Wyckoff

Swine Flu, Bird Flu, SARS, Oh My! Applying the Precautionary Principle to Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceuticals Under Article 31 of TRIPS
Jennifer R. Andrew

 

North Carolina Law Review
Volume 90, Issue 1

In Defense of the Ministerial Exception
Christopher C. Lund

No Exit: The Problem of Same-Sex Divorce
Elisabeth Oppenheimer

Fair Use as a Collective User Right
Haochen Sun

Antitrust Review of Accountable Care Organizations: An Assessment of FTC and DOJ’s Relaxed Approach to Regulating Physician-Hospital Networks
Andrew A. Kasper

“Another Competitive Enterprise”: A Balanced Private-Public Solution to North Carolina’s Forensic Science Problem
Kavita Rani Pillai

Long-Term Suspensions and the Right to an Education: An Alternative Approach
Mary P. Kenyon

 

Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal
Volume 28, Number 1

The Ebay Exemption: Restructuring the Trademark Safe Harbor for Online Marketplaces
Connie Davis Powell

Investigating Facebook: The Ethics of Using Social Networking Websites in Legal Investigations
Shane Witnov

Google Books Rejected: Taking the Orphans to the Digital Public Library of Alexandria
Giancarlo F. Frosio

Applying Copyright Theory to Secondary Markets: An Analysis of the Future of 17 U.S.C. § 109(a) Pursuant to Costco Wholesale Corp. v. Omega S.A.
Mark Jensen

Protecting Domestic Industries at the ITC
Colleen V. Chien

 

 

Signs
Volume 38, Number 2
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Unfinished Revolutions: Gaps and Conjunctions
Phillip Rothwell

Gendered Corporeality and Bare Lives: Local Sacrifices and Sufferings during the Vietnam War
Helle Rydstrøm

Revolutionary Time: Revolt as Temporal Return
Fanny Söderbäck

Imagining Radical Women in Interwar Japan: Leftist and Feminist Perspectives
Angela Coutts

The Beauty and the Loser: Cultural Representations of Gender in Late State Socialism
Libora Oates-Indruchová

Bringing the Second World In: Conservative Revolution(s), Socialist Legacies, and Transnational Silences in the Trajectories of Polish Feminism
Magdalena Grabowska

A Revolution in the Binary? Gender and the Oxymoron of Revolutionary War in Cuba and Nicaragua
Lorraine Bayard de Volo

The Aftermath of Decolonization: Gender and Sexual Dissidence in Postindependence Namibia
Ashley Currier

Judges of Normality: Mediating Marriage in the Family Courts of Kolkata, India
Srimati Basu

A Revolution Reconsidered? Examining the Practice of Qualitative Research in Feminist Scholarship
Sara O’Shaughnessy, Naomi T. Krogman

 

Texas Law Review
Volume 90, Number 2

Non-originalist Originalists: The Nineteenth Amendment and the Fourteenth Amendment's Anticaste Principle
Alfred L. Brophy

Of Geese, Ribbons, and Creative Destruction: Moral Rights and Its Consequences
Robert C.Bird

Cybersecurity: Toward a Meaningful Policy Framework
Peter M. Shane

On Predicting Patent Litigation
LeePetherbridge, Ph.D.

Paving the Path to Accurately Predicting Legal Outcomes: A Comment on Professor Chien's Predicting Patent Litigation
Jay P. Kesan, David L. Schwartz & TedSichelman

Two Cheers for Procedural Review of Guidance Documents
David L.Franklin

 

Vanderbilt Law Review
Volume 64, Number 6

Deterring and Compensating Oil-Spill Catastrophes: The Need for Strict and Two-Tier Liability
W. Kip Viscusi & Richard J. Zeckhauser

Catastrophic Oil Spills and the Problem of Insurance
Kenneth S. Abraham

Real-Time Economic Analysis and Policy Development During the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Joseph Aldy

Coastal Wetland Restoration and the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Edward Barbier

Deepwater Drilling: Law, Policy and Economics of Firm Organization and Safety
Mark A. Cohen, Madeline Gottlieb, Joshua Linn & Nathan Richardson

Litgating BP’s Contribution Claims in Publicly Subsidized Courts: Should Contracting Parties Pay Their Own Way?
Bruce L. Hay, Christopher Rendall-Jackson & David Rosenberg

Organizational Apologies: BP as a Case Study
Erin O’Hara O’Connor

Should BP Be Liable for Economic Losses Due to the Moratorium on Oil Drilling Imposed after the Deepwater Horizon Accident?
Steven Shavell