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[Release Date] - Journals received Feb 1, 2012 - Feb 15, 2012

Boston University Law Review
Vol. 92, No. 1
Campbell Law Review
Vol. 34, No. 1
Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal
Vol. 29, No. 3
Cornell Law Review
Vol. 97, No. 2
Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum
Vol. 21, No. 2
Hastings Law Journal
Vol. 63, No. 2
Houston Law Review
Vol. 48, No. 4
Minnesota Law Review
Vol. 96, No. 2
New York University Journal of International Law
Vol. 44, No. 1
Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal
Vol. 21, No. 1
St. John’s Law Review
Vol. 85, No. 2
University of Richmond Law Review Vol. 46, No. 2
Villanova Sports & Entertainment Law Journal
Vol. 19, No. 1
Wake Forest Law Review
Vol. 46, No. 5

Boston University Law Review
Vol. 92, No. 1

Articles
Statistical Knowledge Deconstructed
Kenneth W. Simons

The New Judicial Deference
Kim Lane Scheppele

The Supreme Court and the Regulation of Risk in Criminal Law Enforcement
Jonathan Remy Nash

Essay
The Geography of the Death Penalty and Its Ramifications
Robert J. Smith

Notes
Defining a New Punctilio of an Honor: The Best Interest Standard for Broker-Dealers    
Nicholas S. Di Lorenzo

Showing Your School Spirit: Why University Color Schemes and Indicia Do Not Deserve Trademark Protection
Stephanie Frank

Calling the Supreme Court: Prisoners' Constitutional Right to Telephone Use
Peter R. Shults

 

Campbell Law Review
Vol. 34, No. 1

DEDICATION TO PROFESSOR THOMAS P. ANDERSON
The Honorable V. Stuart Couch

DEDICATION TO PROFESSOR RICHARD A. LORD
Norma Barnes-Euresti

A STORY OF PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES: FROM MEDIEVAL CONCEPT TO THE COLONIES AND UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION
THOMAS H. BURRELL

TRADE DRESS FUNCTIONALITY: A DOCTRINE IN NEED OF CLARIFICATION
BRETT IRA JOHNSON

FIXING FAULTS IN THE CURRENT DEFAULT JUDGMENT FRAMEWORK
ARTHUR J. PARK

OVER MY DEAD BODY: THE LEGAL NIGHTMARE AND MEDICAL PHENOMENON OF POSTHUMOUS CONCEPTION THROUGH POSTMORTEM SPERM RETRIEVAL
Devon D. Williams

DO I HAVE TO SAY MORE? WHEN MEDIATION CONFIDENTIALITY CLASHES WITH THE DUTY TO REPORT*
Rosemary J. Matthews

 

Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal
Vol. 29, No. 3

Articles
The .XXX Factor
Rita Rodin Johnston

Adult Websites and the Top-Level Domain Debate: ICANN’s Adoption of .XXX Draws Adult-Industry Ire
Robert D. Richards & Clay Calvert

The Association of Adult Businesses with Secondary Effects: Legal Doctrine, Social Theory, and Empirical Evidence
Alan C. Weinstein & Richard McCleary

Abolishing State Trademark Registrations
Lee Ann W. Lockridge

Joining or Changing the Conversation? Catholic Social Thought and Intellectual Property
Frank Pasquale

Notes and recent developments
Moving Beyond New Kids and Century 21: A New Test for Nominative Fair Use in the Domain Name Context
Robert Isabella

Orphaned Art Consignors: Confusion in the Courts and the UCC
Michael Madigan

“Tour De Farce!” Misblurb Marketing in Film and Publishing
Matthew Tynan

 

Cornell Law Review
Vol. 97, No. 2

Dedication
Hon. Ellsworth A. Van Graafeiland
Charles K. Whitehead

Articles
Can the Rule of Law Survive Judicial Politics?
Charles Gardner Geyh

Moral Character, Motive, and the Psychology of Blame
Janice Nadler & Mary-Hunter McDonnell

Judicial Takings or Due Process?
Eduardo M. Peñalver & Lior Jacob Strahilevitz

Notes
The Age of Consent: When is Sexting No Longer "Speech Integral to Criminal Conduct?"
Antonio M. Haynes

"Vacation" at the Farm: Why Courts Should Not Extend "Remand Without Vacation" to Environmental Deregulation
Benjamin W. Tettlebaum

 

Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum
Vol. 21, No. 2

Symposium: The EPA at 40
Reflections on the First Forty Years
William K. Reilly

Articles
The EPA at 40: An Historical Perspective
Richard N.L. Andrews

Environmental Health Science for Regulatory Decisionmaking
Linda S. Birnbaum, Paul Jung, and Sheila A. Newton

EPA at 40: Reflections on the Office of Research and Development
Bernard D. Goldstein, MD

Limited Oversight: The Role of the Federal Courts Vis-à-Vis the Environmental Protection Agency in Air Pollution Control Under the Clean Air Act
David T. Buente, Jr., William E. Gerard, and Joel F. Visser

How REINS Would Improve Environmental Protection
David Schoenbrod

Innovation in the Auto Industry: The Role of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Sanya Carley, Natalie Messer Betts, and John D. Graham

Macro-Risks: The Challenge for Rational Risk Regulation
Michael P. Vandenbergh and Jonathan A. Gilligan

Notes
A Brave New Jungle: Factory Farming and Advocacy in the Twenty-First Century
James I. Pearce

The Viability of Interstate Collaboration in the Absence of Federal Climate Change Legislation
H. Joseph Drapalski III

 

Hastings Law Journal
Vol. 63, No. 2

Articles
Denying Secured Creditors the Right to Credit Bid in Chapter 11 Cases and the Risk of Undervaluation
Alan N. Resnick

Tax Deductions for Charitable Contributions: Domestic Activities, Foreign Activities, or None of the Above
Eric M. Zolt

Guilty by Proxy: Expanding the Boundaries of Responsibility in the Face of Corporate Crime
Amy J. Sepinwall

Advising Terrorism: Material Support, Safe Harbors, and Freedom of Speech
Peter Margulies

Protected by Association? The Supreme Court’s Incomplete Approach to Defining the Scope of the Third-Party Retaliation Doctrine
Jessica K. Fink

Notes
Playing Hot Potato in the Market: The Ninth Circuit’s Better Approach to Calculating Loss for Securities Fraud Sentencing
Erica Connolly

Why Can’t We Be “Friends”? A Call for a Less Stringent Policy for Judges Using Online Social Networking
Brian Hull

 

Houston Law Review
Vol. 48, No. 4

Eighth Annual Baker Botts Lecture
Copyright on a Clean Slate
Paul Goldstein

Trademark: Today and Tomorrow
Introduction
Craig Joyce

Counterfeits, Copying and Class
Ann Bartow, 

Is the Trademark Office a Rubber Stamp?
Barton Beebe

Trademark’s Daemons
Greg Lastowka

(Dys)functionality
Mark McKenna

Looking at the Lanham Act: Images in Trademark and Advertising Law(Westlaw)(Abstract)
Rebecca Tushnet

Comments
Manufacturing a System of Remanufacturing: How the Patent Office Can Facilitate Environmentally Conscious Product Design (Westlaw)(Abstract)
Seth Jaffe

How Tangential Does It Have to Be?
Blaine Larson

 

Minnesota Law Review
Vol. 96, No. 2

Articles
Successor Liability
John H. Matheson

Regulating Reproduction: The Problem with Best Interests
I. Glenn Cohen

Judicial Review of Judicial Lawmaking
Amnon Lehavi

Conundrum
Derek E. Bambauer

Notes
Tortured Language: “Individuals,” Corporate Liability, and the Torture Victim Protection Act
Brad Emmons

Federalism in Bankruptcy: Relocating the Doctrine of Substantive Consolidation
R. Benjamin Hanna

In Deep Water: A Common Law Solution to the Bulk Water Export Problem
Elise L. Larson

 

New York University Journal of International Law
Vol. 44, No. 1

Articles
Third State Obligations and the Enforcement of International Law
Lea Brilmayer & Isaias Tesfalidet

Taming Governance with Legality? Critical Reflections upon Global Administrative Law as Small-c Global Constitutionalism
Ming-Sung Kuo

False Dichotomies of Transitional Justice: Gender, Conflict and Combatants in Colombia
Shana Tabak

Notes
Waging Waterfare: Israel, Palestinians, and the Need for a New Hydro-Logic to Govern Water Rights Under Occupation
Jeffrey D. Stein

The World Heritage "In Danger" Listing as a Taking
Sam Litton

Book Annotations
Book Annotations

 

Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal
Vol. 21, No. 1

WHY STUDY ISLAMIC LEGAL PROFESSIONALS?
Clark B. Lombardi & R. Michael Feener

THE ISLAMIC LEGAL SYSTEM IN INDONESIA
Mark E. Cammack & R. Michael Feener

THE TRAINING, APPOINTMENT, AND SUPERVISION OF ISLAMIC JUDGES IN INDONESIA
Euis Nurlaelawati & Abdurrahman Rahim

THE TRAINING, APPOINTMENT, AND SUPERVISION OF ISLAMIC JUDGES IN INDONESIA
Ratno Lukito

THE ISLAMIC LEGAL SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA
Farid S. Shuaib

THE TRAINING, APPOINTMENT, AND SUPERVISION OF ISLAMIC JUDGES IN MALAYSIA
Najibah M. Zin

THE TRAINING, APPOINTMENT, AND SUPERVISION OF ISLAMIC LAWYERS IN THE FEDERAL TERRITORIES OF MALAYSIA
Amanda Whiting

THE ISLAMIC LEGAL SYSTEM IN SINGAPORE
Ahmad Nizam bin Abbas

THE TRAINING, APPOINTMENT, AND SUPERVISION OF ISLAMIC JUDGES IN SINGAPORE
Muhammad Haniff Hassan & Sharifah Thuraiya Su‛ad Ahmad Alhabshi

THE TRAINING, APPOINTMENT, AND SUPERVISION OF ISLAMIC LAWYERS IN SINGAPORE
Nik Hasyila Bte Nik Ibrahim

SOURCES OF LAW, SOURCES OF AUTHORITY: THE FAILURE OF THE PHILIPPINES’ CODE OF MUSLIM PERSONAL LAWS
Gregory M. Chiarella

 

St. John’s Law Review
Vol. 85, No. 2

Symposium: Religious Legal Theory
INTRODUCTION
Mark L. Movsesian

NONESTABLISHMENT, STANDING, AND THE SOFT CONSTITUTION
Steven D. Smith

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE IN JAPAN: WHAT HAPPENED TO THE CONSERVATIVE SUPREME COURT?
Keisuke Mark Abe

NONPUBLIC REASONS AND POLITICAL PARADIGM CHANGE
Ian Bartrum

RELIGION, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND POST-SECULAR LEGAL THEORY
Zachary R. Calo

LAW ASKS FOR TRUST
Nathan S. Chapman

DISESTABLISHMENT WITHOUT IMPARTIALITY: A CASE-STUDY EXAMINATION OF THE RELIGIOUS CLAUSES IN THE NIGERIAN CONSTITUTION
Simeon O. Ilesanmi

RLT: A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF RELIGIOUS LEGAL THEORY AS A MOVEMENT
Samuel J. Levine

WHEN THE STATE IS EVIL: BIBLICAL CIVIL (DIS)OBEDIENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Joel A. Nichols & James W. McCarty III

(EUROPEAN) STARS OR (AMERICAN) STRIPES: ARE THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS’ NEUTRALITY AND THE SUPREME COURT’S WALL OF SEPARATION ONE AND THE SAME?
Andrea Pin

THE SUPREME COURT’S CATHOLIC MAJORITY: DOCTRINE, DISCRETION, AND JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING
René Reyes

Article
SPEAKING FOR THE DEAD: VOICE IN LAST WILLS AND TESTAMENTS
Karen J. Sneddon

Notes
JOINING BEHIND BARS: RECONCILING FEDERAL RULE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 20(A)(1) WITH THE PRISON LITIGATION REFORM ACT
Erin Kandel

“SHOW ME THE MONEY”: STATE V. WESTERN UNION FINANCIAL SERVICES AND THE JURISDICTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ELECTRONIC DEBTS
Anthony Bagnuola

WHERE THE HEART IS: AMENDING THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT TO PROVIDE WAGE AND OVERTIME PAY PROTECTION TO AGENCY-EMPLOYED HOME HEALTH AIDES
Elizabeth Riordan

 

University of Richmond Law Review
Vol. 46, No. 2

EXECUTIVE POWER AND THE LAW OF NATIONS IN THE WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATION
Robert J. Reinstein

CONGRESSIONAL INQUIRY AND THE FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW
J. Richard Broughton

TAX COURT APPOINTMENTS AND REAPPOINTMENTS: IMPROVING THE PROCESS
Danshera Cords

READING THE STANDING TEA LEAVES IN AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER CO. V. CONNECTICUT
Bradford C. Mank

AN UPDATED QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF IQBAL'S IMPACT ON 12(b)(6) MOTIONS
Patricia Hatamyar Moore

BEYOND THE FORMALIST-REALIST DIVIDE: THE ROLE OF POLITICS IN JUDGING. BY BRIAN Z. TAMANAHA, RICHMOND, VA.: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2011, 252 PAGES, $24.95.
Professor Marin Roger Scordato

VIRTUAL ADULTERY: NO PHYSICAL HARM, NO FOUL?
Kathryn Pfeiffer

 

Villanova Sports & Entertainment Law Journal
Vol. 19, No. 1

Settling Cultural Property Disputes 
Amy Bitterman

Defining “Public Concern” After Snyder v. Phelps: A Pliable Standard Mingles with News Media Complicity 
Clay Calvert

The Limited Protections of Intellectual Property Law for the Variety Arts: Protecting Zacchini, Houdini, and Cirque du Soleil 
Sara J. Crasson

The Paper Case: The Neutral Reportage Privilege in Defamation Cases and its Impact on the First Amendment 
Shelly Rosenfeld

“Send Me a Picture Baby, You Know I’d Never Leak it”: The Role of Miller v. Mitchell in the Ongoing Debate Concerning the Prosecution of Sexting 
Mallory M. Briggs

Home Field Advantage: Determining the Appropriate “Turf” for Williams v. National Football League and Clarifying Preemption Precedent
Dana A. Gittleman

Sister Wives: A New Beginning for United States Polygamist Families on the Eve of Polygamy Prosecution? 
Kaitlin R. McGinnis

Perplexing Precedent: United States v. Stevens Confounds a Century of Supreme Court Conventionalism and Redefines the Limits of “Entertainment” 
Meredith L. Shafer

Gender Non-Conformity as a Foundation for Sex Discrimination: Why Title IX May Be an Appropriate Remedy for the NCAA’s Transgender Student-Athletes 
Jennifer Sinisi

Permitting Student-Athletes to Accept Endorsement Deals: A Solution to the Financial Corruption of College Athletics Created by Unethical Sports Agents and the NCAA’s Revenue-Generating Scheme 
Michael A. Corgan

 

Wake Forest Law Review
Vol. 46, No. 5

Articles
DEMYSTIFYING THE DETERMINATION OF FOREIGN LAW IN U.S. COURTS: OPENING THE DOOR TO A GREATER GLOBAL UNDERSTANDING
Matthew J. Wilson

IQBAL’S RETRO REVOLUTION
Benjamin P. Cooper

WINNING THE GAME OF APPELLATE MUSICAL SHOES: WHEN THE APPEALS BAND PLAYS, JUMP FROM THE CLIENT’S TO THE JUDGE’S SHOES TO WRITE THE STATEMENT OF FACTS BALLAD
Laurie A. Lewis

DESECRATION: IS IT PROTECTED SPEECH?
David Crump

FAIRNESS FEUDS: COMPETING CONCEPTIONS OF TITLE VII DISCRIMINATORY TESTING
Kimberly West-Faulcon

Comment
WAIT A SECOND—IS THAT RAIN OR HERBICIDE? THE ICJ’S POTENTIAL ANALYSIS IN AERIAL HERBICIDE SPRAYING AND AN EPIC CHOICE BETWEEN THE ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Jessica L. Rutledge