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Volume 1, Number 1, Spring 1992

Introduction
The Blind Men and the Elephant: An Introduction to Multidisciplinary Legal Analysis
Alexander Morgan Capron

Articles
Telling Fortunes: Challenging the Efficient Markets Hypothesis by Prediction
James Lindren
Liberalism and the Criminal Law
Richard Warner

Notes
Defining Constitutional Parameters: The Forced Drugging of Civilly Committed Mental Patients
Lisa Litwiller
Do Not Fold, Spindle or Mutilate: An Examination of Workplace Privacy in Electronic Mail
Steven B. Winters



Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 1993

Articles
Law and Public Policy: Map of an Area
William H. Clune
Culpability and Other Minds
Rebecca Dresser
Out From Uncertainty: A Model of the Lawyer-Client Relationship
Reed Elizabeth Loder

Notes
Norplant Use in Conjunction with the Welfare System
Anne-Marie Funk
Privacy Protections of Computerized Information
Mark Fall



Volume 2, Number 2, Spring 1993

Articles
Les Misérables Redux: Law and the Poor
Allan C. Hutchinson
When Law Fails: Ethics, Commerce, and Tales of Value
Robert L. Palmer
HIV-Infected Health Care Professionals and Informed Consent
Thaddeus J. Nodzenski

Forum
Should Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Be Repealed?
Richard A. Epstein
Erwin Chemerinsky

Note
The Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act: A Styrofoam Damocles' Sword?
Howard Levkowitz

Recent Developments
Fear of Exposure to HIV as Compensable Injury
Peter V. Lee
Lynn Anne Shapiro



Volume 3, Number 1, Fall 1993

SYMPOSIUM ON DEFAULT RULES AND CONTRACTUAL CONSENT
Article

Preliminary Thoughts on Optimal Tailoring of Contractual Rules
Ian Ayres

Comments
Social Structure, Legal Structure, and Default Rules: A Comment
Todd D. Rakoff
The Futile Search for Principles for Default Rules
W. David Slawson

Article
Relational Contract and Default Rules
Jay M. Feinman

Comments
Social Norms and Default Rules Analysis
Lisa Bernstein
The Relational Move: Some Questions from Law and Economics
Richard Craswell

Article
Default Principles, Legitimacy, and the Authority of a Contract
Steven J. Burton

Comments
Cooperation and Convention in Contractual Defaults
Clayton P. Gillette
Looking for Default Rule Legitimacy in All the Wrong Places: A Critique of the Authority of Contract Model and the Coordination Principle Proposed by Professor Burton
Juliet P. Kostritsky
Coordination by Default: Comment on Steven Burton
Richard Warner

Article
The Pseudo-Debate Over Default Rules in Contract Law
Dennis Patterson

Comments
Default Rules, Efficiency, and Prudence
Richard Craswell
Comment on Professor Patterson's Pseudo-Debate Over Default Rules in Contract Law
Steven J. Burton
The Boundaries of Legal Discourse and the Debate Over Default Rules in Contract Law
Lawrence B. Solum

Articles
Default Rules / Mandatory Principles: A Game Theoretic Analysis of Good Faith and the Contract Modification Problem
Jason Scott Johnston
The Default Rule Paradigm and the Limits of Contract Law
Alan Schwartz

Afterword
...and Contractual Consent
Randy E. Barnett


Forum
Should Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Be Repealed? -- Part Two
A False Sense of Social Reality: A Response to Erwin Chemerinsky
Richard A. Epstein
Professor Epstein's Strange Sense of Social Reality: Of Course, All Laws Prohibiting Employment Discrimination Should Not Be Repealed
Erwin Chemerinsky

Note
Canons, Presumptions and Manifest Injustice: Retroactivity of the Civil Rights Act of 1991
Scott M. Pearson



Volume 3, Number 2, Winter 1994

Articles
Moral Reasoning and the Due Process Clause
Edward O. Correia
Legal Problems of Nanotechnology: An Overview
Frederick A. Fiedler
Glenn H. Reynolds

Using Social Science Research in Family Law Analysis and Formation: Problems and Prospects
Sarah H. Ramsey
Robert F. Kelly


Note
Powerful, Unique and Anonymous: The European Court of Justice and Its Continuing Impact on the Formation of the European Community
Kevin A. Swartz



Volume 3, Number 3, Summer 1994

Articles
The American Stay
F.H. Buckley
Regulation vs. Markets in the Development of Standards
Michael I. Krauss
Un-Covering the Tradition of Jewish "Dissimilation": Frankfurter, Bickel, and Cover on Judicial Review
Nomi M. Stolzenberg

Note
Legislative Relief From Toxic Exposure: The Lifeguard Presumption Act
Christopher W. Krueger



Volume 4, Number 1, Fall 1994

Articles
The Interpretation and Distortion of Culture: A Hmong "Marriage by Capture" Case in Fresno, California
Deirdre Evans-Pritchard
Alison Dundes Renteln

Evaluating DNA Evidence for Identification
C.G.G. Aitken
The American Fresh Start
F.H. Buckley

Notes
Extending Batson v. Kentucky to Religion-Based Peremptory Challenges
Melissa Roth Triedman
A Fathers' Rights Perspective on Custody Law in California: Would You Believe It If I Told You That the Law Is Fair to Fathers?
Nancy Ellen Yaffe



Volume 4, Number 2, Winter 1995

Articles
Law and Community in the New Nation: Three Visions for Michigan, 1788-1831
Richard P. Cole
Public Figure Libel: The Premium on Ignorance and the Race to the Bottom
Edward T. Fenno

Forum
Economics as One of the Humanities: An Ecumenical Response to Weisberg, West, and White
Paul J. Heald
Economics as One of the Humanities: A Comment
Andrew Brod

Notes
The New Al Capone Laws and the Double Jeopardy Implications of Taxing Illegal Drugs
Christopher Paul Sorrow
Sexuality, Live Without a Net: Regulating Obscenity and Indecency on the Global Network
Jason Kay
Options, Waste and Agency Costs in the Corporation
Roy F. Price
The Yenaldlooshi in Court and the Killing of a Witch: The Case for an Indian Cultural Defense
Andrew M. Kanter



Volume 4, Number 3, Summer 1995

SYMPOSIUM ON NATURAL LAW
Articles

A Practitioner's Primer on Natural Law
Schuyler M. Moore
Is Natural Law Theory of Any Use in Constitutional Interpretation?
R. George Wright

Comment
Objectivity, Moral Truth, and Constitutional Doctrine: A Comment on R. George Wright's "Is Natural Law Theory of Any Use in Constitutional Interpretation?"
David M. Adams

Articles
Substance Above All: The Utopian Vision of Modern Natural Law Constitutionalists
Thomas B. McAffee
Natural Law and a Limited Constitution Charles R. Kesler

Comment
Distinguishing Between Constitutional Art and Morals
Russell Hittinger

Articles
Nonsense and Natural Law
Steven D. Smith
Deposing Finnis
Ronald R. Garet
Copying Constitutional Text: Natural Law, Constitutionalism, Authority
Michael H. Hoffheimer

Comment
The Augustan Constitution and Our Natural Rights Tradition: Is There a Conflict?
Thomas B. McAffee

Forum
Jaffa's Quarrel with Bork: Religious Belief Masquerading as Constitutional Argument
Lino A. Graglia
Graglia's Quarrel with God: Atheism and Nihilism Masquerading as Constitutional Argument
Harry V. Jaffa


Notes
The Need for International Agreements Concerning the Ozone Depleting Effects of Chemical Rocket Propulsion
Lynn Anne Shapiro
Subliminal Speech: Is It Worthy of First Amendment Protection?
Nicole Grattan Pearson



Volume 5, Number 1, Winter 1996

Articles
Suits for Wrongful Life, Counterfactuals, and the Nonexistence Problem
F. Allan Hanson
Gene Patents and the Death of Dualism
Steven Goldberg
Law Teachers and the Educational Continuum
Michael Jordon

Note
Regulating Bomb Recipes on the Internet: Does First Amendment Law Permit the Government to React to the Most Egregious Harms?
Ian A. Kass



Volume 5, Number 2, Spring 1997

Articles
Lawyers, Judges and Bioethics
Michael H. Shapiro
Reason or Hermeticism?: A Comment
James Q. Whitman
Rearranging the Family: Diversity, Pluralism, Social Tolerance and Child Custody Disputes
David J. Herring

Note
Hate Speech Debate and Free Expression
Dana Moon Dorset



Volume 5, Number 3, Summer 1997

Articles
Good Catholics Should Be Rawlsian Liberals
Leslie Griffin
Skewing the Results: The Role of Lawyers in Transmitting Legal Rules
Donald C. Langevoort
Robert K. Rasmussen

The Problem of Parochialism in Legal Education
Paul T. Wangerin
Advising Financially Troubled Professional Entities
Thomas H. Vickers

Notes
A Proposed Standard of Common Law Liability for the Public Accounting Profession
Roger J. Buffington
Protection of Foreign Copyrights in China: The Intellectual Property Courts and Alternative Avenues of Protection
Kenyon S. Jenckes



Volume 6, Number 1, Fall 1997

Articles
What Do Jury Experiments Tell Us About How Juries (Should) Make Decisions?
Michael J. Saks
Ruling with the Heart: Emotion-Based Public Policy
D. Don Welch
Growth for the Twenty-First Century: Tales from Bavaria and the Vienna Woods - Comparative Images of Urban Planning in Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, and the United States
James A. Kushner

Note
Can Witnesses Be Prohibited from Selling Their Stories Prior to Trial?: A First Amendment Analysis of California's Statute
Joshua R. Arlow



Volume 6, Number 2, Spring 1998

Articles
Postmodernism's Misguided Place in Legal Scholarship: Chaos Theory, Deconstruction, and Some Insights from Thomas Pynchon's Fiction
Jay P. Moran
Location.Location.Location: Internet Addresses as Evolving Property
Kenton K. Yee
California Code of Civil Procedure Section 580b, Anti-Deficiency Protection Regarding Purchase Money Debts: Arguments for the Inclusion of Refinanced Purchase Money Obligations Within the Anti-Deficiency Protection of Section 580b
Charles B. Sheppard

Note
Facilitated Communication: The Need for a Skeptical Perspective
Joseph A. DiMondi



Volume 6, Number 3, Spring 1998

Articles
Assurance, Reliance, and Expectation
Jay Conison
The Anatomy of Contract Damages and Efficient Breach Theory
David W. Barnes
Rhetorical Knowledge in Legal Practice and Theory
Francis J. Mootz III
Tweaking Facts, Speaking Judgement: Judicial Transmogrification of Case Narrative as Jurisprudence in the United States and Britain
Larry Catá Backer

Note
The Human Rights Implications of a "Cultural Defense"
Michaël Fischer



Volume 7, Number 1, Summer 1998

Articles
Political Accommodation and the Ideology of the "Model Minority": Building a Bridge to White Minority Rule in the 21st Century
Chris K. Iijima
Yearning for Lake Wobegon: The Quest for the Best Test at the Expense of the Best Education
Lisa Kelly
Chief Justice Traynor's Contract Jurisprudence and the Free Law Dilemma: Nazism, the Judiciary, and California's Contract Law
Stephen J. Lubben

Notes
Exploring "Unchartered" Territory: An Analysis of Charter Schools and the Applicability of the U.S. Constitution
Justin M. Goldstein
An Examination of the Effectiveness of California's Chemical Castration Bill in Preventing Sex Offenders from Reoffending
Carol Gilchrist
The Supreme Court's Denver Nondecision and the Need for a New Media Speaker Paradigm
David Tobenkin
Treating and Releasing the Mule: The Rational, Non-Discriminatory Provisions of 18 U.S.C. § 3621
Reuven Cohen



Volume 7, Number 2, Fall 1998

Articles
Two Models of Welfare: Private Charity Versus Public Duty
William E. Nelson
Felix Frankfurter, Charles Hamilton Houston and the "N-Word": A Case Study in the Evolution of Judicial Attitudes Towards Race
David M. Siegel
Ensuring the Incalculable Benefits of Railroads: The Origins of Liability for Negligence in Georgia
James L. Hunt

Notes
Sovereignty Under the World Heritage Convention: A Questionable Basis for Limiting Federal Land Designation Pursuant to International Agreements
Daniel L. Gebert
"Capital Adequacy" in Crisis: Towards an Optional Bank Deposit Insurance Regime
James B. Ransom
Permanent Injunctions in Copyright Infringement: Moral and Economic Justifications for Balancing Individual Rights Instead of Following Harsh Rules
James Thompson
Beyond the Bright Line: Consideration of Externalities, the Meaning of Undue Hardship, and the Allocation of the Burden of Proof Under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Jason Zarin



Volume 8, Number 1, Winter 1998

Articles
In Search of Legal Scholarship: Strategies for the Integration of Science into the Practice of Law
Carl N. Edwards
The Supreme Court, Public Opinion, and the Sentencing of Sexual Predators
Michelle Johnson


SYMPOSIUM ON CLONING
Cloning Position Paper of the IIT Institute for Science, Law and Technology Working Group on Reproductive Technologies
IIT ISLAT Working Group
Human Cloning: Science Fact and Fiction
Michael A. Goldman
Human Cloning: A Jewish Perspective
Elliot N. Dorff
Banning "Human Cloning": A Study in the Difficulties of Defining Science
Henry T. Greely
Human Cloning and the Substantive Due Process Riddle
Stephen A. Newman
The Future of Human Cloning: Prescient Lessons from Medical Ethics Past
Judith F. Daar
First Amendment Protection of Experimentation: A Critical Review and Tentative Synthesis/Reconstruction of the Literature
Roy G. Spece, Jr.
The Constitutional Question of Cloning Humans: Duplication or Procreation?: An Examination of the Constitutional Right to Procreate
Charlene Kalebic


Notes
Uniformity Under the United States Sentencing Guidelines and the D-/L-Methamphetamine Circuit Split
Daniel S. Roberts
Rethinking the Hunter Doctrine
Gregory Ellis



Volume 8, Number 2, Spring 1999

Articles
Harming Future Persons: Obligations to the Children of Reproductive Technology
Philip G. Peters, Jr.
Picking Positivism Apart: Stanley Fish on Epistemology and Law
Michael Robertson
Of Sovereignty and Contract: Damages for Breach of Contract by Government
Gillian Hadfield
The Counterfeit Buck Stops Here: National Security Issues in the Redesign of U.S. Currency
Nathan K. Cummings
The "Missing Thirteenth Amendment": Constitutional Nonsense and Titles of Nobility
Jol A. Silversmith
Introduction to Classical Legal Rhetoric: A Lost Heritage
Michael Frost

Notes
Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996: Confronting the Challenges of Virtual Reality
Lydia W. Lee
Can You Forgive Her?: Legal Ambivalence Toward Infanticide
Karen Lewicki
The Politics of Law, Language & Morality: Thucydides & the Abortion Debate
Peggy Hau



Volume 9, Number 1, Winter 1999

Article
I Want a Girl (Boy) Just Like the Girl (Boy) that Married Dear Old Dad (Mom): Cloning Lives
Michael H. Shapiro

Notes
Facial Recognition Technology, Video Surveillance, and Privacy
Christopher S. Milligan
Organ Transplantation at the Millennium: Regulatory Framework, Allocation Prerogatives, and Political Interests
Eric F. Galen



Volume 9, Number 2, Spring 2000

Articles
Searching for the Crown of Feathers: An Essay on Psychology, Ethics, and Truth in Constitutional Law
Marie A. Failinger
Reification in Law and Legal Theory
Douglas Litowitz
And So Say Some of Us...What to Do when Jurors Disagree
Edward P. Schwartz
Warren F. Schwartz


Notes
Structured Settlements: The Assignability Problem
Leo Andrada
Commercial Speech in the Street: Regulation of Day Labor Soliciation
Gabriela Garcia Kornzweig



Volume 10, Number 1, Fall 2000

Articles
John Steinbeck and the Law: Literary Cause and Judicial Effect
James N. Gilbert
Narrating Pain: The Problem with Victim Impact Statements
Elizabeth E. Joh
Regulation of Scientific Misconduct in Federally Funded Research
Nisan A. Steinberg

Notes
Children and Mothers at Risk: A System Failing to Alleviate the Devastation of Drug Abuse
Polina Friendland
Narrowing Broadband Choices: AT&T's Monopology Over the Future of the Internet
Glenn T. Inanaga



Volume 10, Number 2, Spring 2001

SYMPOSIUM ON MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER AND
CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY

Introduction
Elyn R. Saks

Articles
Multiple Personality Disorder and Criminal Responsibility
Elyn R. Saks
The Case of Mr. Woods: Psychological Contributions to the Legal Process in Defendants with Multiple Personality/Dissociative Identity Disorder
Judith C. Armstrong
Recognizing the Validity of Dissociative Symptoms Using the SCID-D-R: Guidelines for Clinical and Forensic Evaluations
Marlene Steinberg
Pamela Hall
Craig Lareau
Domenic V. Cicchetti

Dissociation and Criminal Responsibility: A Developmental Perspective
Glenn Saxe
Am I My Alter's Keeper? Multiple Personality Disorder and Responsibility
Jennifer Radden
A Theory of Command and Control: A Reply to Elyn Saks
Stephen S. Marmer
Criminal Law and Multiple Personality Disorder: The Vexing Problems of Personhood and Responsibility
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
Stephen Behnke

Multiple Personality Disorder, Accountable Agency, and Criminal Acts
Robert F. Schopp
Multiple Personality Disorder and Criminal Responsibility: A Reply
Elyn R. Saks


Notes
Valid-Where-Consummated: The Intersection of Customary Law Marriages and Formal Adjudication
Lona N. Laymon
Expanding California's Coerced Treatment for the Mentally Ill: Is the Promise of Caring Treatment in the Community a Lost Hope?
David A. Zaheer



Volume 11, Number 1, Winter 2001



Volume 11, Number 2, Spring 2002



Volume 12, Number 1, Winter 2002



Volume 12, Number 2, Spring 2003



Volume 13, Number 1, Fall 2003



Volume 13, Number 2, Spring 2004



Volume 14, Number 1, Fall 2004



Volume 14, Number 2, Spring 2005



Volume 15, Number 1, Fall 2005



Volume 15, Number 2, Spring 2006



Volume 16, Number 1, Fall 2006

Articles
Moral Limits on Morals Legislation: Lessons for U.S. Constitutional Law from the Declaration on Religious Freedom
Gregory Kalscheur, S.J.
Formal Versus Informal Allocation of Land in a Commons: The Case of the MacArthur Park Sidewalk Vendors
Gregg W. Kettles
Hart's Onion: The Peeling Away of Legal Authority
Steven D. Smith
Peeking Behind the Iron Curtain: How Law "Works" Behind Prison Walls
Donald F. Tibbs

Notes
The Workplace Romance and Sexual Favoritism: Creating a Dialogue Between Social Science and the Law of Sexual Harassment
Jennifer Bercovici
Fixing the Failures of Software Patent Protection: Deterring Patent Trolling by Applying Industry-Specific Patentability Standards
Ashley Chuang
Save the Whalesâ€"Save the Whalersâ€"Wait, Just Save the International Whaling Commission: A Fresh Look at the Controversy Surrounding Cultural Claims to Whale
Alyson Decker

Commentary
Steven D. Smith on Hart's Onion
Michael J. White



Volume 16, Number 2, Winter 2007


Volume 16, Number 3, Spring 2007



Volume 17, Number 1, Fall 2007



Volume 17, Number 2, Winter 2008



Volume 17, Number 3, Spring 2008



Volume 18, Number 1, Fall 2008

Articles
Congressional War Powers, the Commander in Chief and Senator John McCain
Jeremy L. Bowling, Richard D. Caldwell, Ryan C. Hendrickson,
John S. Morris

Do Supreme Court Nominees Lie? The Politics of Adjudication
Stephen M. Feldman
Implementing Environmental Law in Transitional Settings: The Chinese Experience

Roda Mushkat
Unexceptional, for Once: Austerity and Food Rationing in Israel—1939-1959
Guy Seidman

Notes

Maximizing Chinese Imports' Compliance with United States Safety and Quality Standards: Carrot and Stick From Whom?
Hao Huang
Privacy at the Cost of Public Safety: reevaluating Mental Health Laws in the Wake of the Virginia Tech Shootings
Celina Muñoz
Just War Doctrine and Nuclear Weapons: A Case Study of a Proposed Attack on Iran's Nuclear Facilities From an American and Israeli Perspective
Daniel Schwartz



Volume 18, Number 2, Winter 2009

Articles
When the Lawyer Knows the Client Is Guilty: Client Confessions in Legal Ethics, Popular Culture, and Literature
Michael Asimow and Richard Weisberg
How Embedded Knowledge Structures Affect Judicial Decision Making: A Rhetorical Analysis of Metaphor, Narrative, and Imagination in Child Custody Disputes
Linda L. Berger
The First Amendment Implications of Facebook, MySpace, and Other Online Activity of Students in Public High Schools

Brandon James Hoover
Securities Laws in Soap Operas and Telenovelas: Are All My Children Engaged in Securities Fraud?
Elena Marty-Nelson

Notes

Entertainment or Exploitation?: Reality Television and the Inadequate Protection of Child Participants under the Law
Christopher C. Cianci
360° Deals: An Industry Reaction to the Devaluation of Recorded Music
Sara Karubian
Title XI and the "E-mail Survey" Exception: Missing the Goal
Katherine B. Woliver



Volume 18, Number 3, Spring 2009

Articles
Can State Health Reform Initiatives Achieve Universal Coverage? California's Recent Failed Experiment
Susan A. Channick
From Diploma Mills to For-Profit Colleges and Universities: Business Opportunities, Regulatory Challenges, and Consumer Responsibility in Higher Education
Amanda Harmon Cooley
Aaron Cooley
Finding Another Link in the Chain: International Treaties and Devolution to Local Law Enforcement in the Case of the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species
Jonathan Liljeblad
The Modern First Amendment and Copyright Law
Blake Covington Norvell
Closing off the Torture Option
Wayne Sandholtz
Law as Story: A Civic Concept of Law (with Constitutional Illustrations)
Palma Joy Strand

Notes
Unwarranted Skepticism: The Federal Courts' Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome
Margaret H. Shiu
Unjust and Ineffective: A Critical Look at California's STEP Act
Sara Lynn Van Hofwegen
Adapting to Adaptive Reuse: Comments and Concerns about the Impacts of a Growing Phenomenon
Matthew A. Young



Volume 19, Number 1, Fall 2009



Volume 19, Number 2, Winter 2010



Volume 19, Number 3, Spring 2010



Volume 20, Number 1, Fall 2010

TAKING OZ SERIOUSLY: A SYMPOSIUM ON LAW & LITERATURE
Introduction
Anthony Paul Farley
Author Biographies

Magic
Home is Where the Law is: A Humbug Reading of the Wizard of Oz
Maria Aristodemou
No Witch is a Bad Witch: A Commentary on the Erasure of Matilda Joslyn Gage
Zanita E. Fenton
Teaching Metaphors
Phyllis Goldfarb
L'Oz
Emily Albrink Hartigan

Capital
Conferring with the Flowers: History and Class Consciousness in L. Frank Baum's Land of Oz, A General Theory of Magic and Law
Anthony Paul Farley
Feasts of Oz: Class, Food, and the Rise of Global Capitalism
Bekah Mandell
From Slavery to Prison in Rinkitink in Oz
Josephine Ross
Articles of Ornament and Bric-a-Brac: A Commentary on Diversity Initiatives
Geiza Vargas-Vargas

Difference
"To the Stars Through Difficulties": The Legal Construction of Private Space and The Wizard of Oz
Donna E. Young
Trauma, Creativity, and Unconscious Confessions: The Lost Childhood History Behind L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Reginald Leamon Robinson
Valuing Difference, Exercising Care in Oz: The Shaggy Man's Welcome
Athena D. Mutua



Volume 20, Number 2, Winter 2011

Articles
The Promise and Paradox of Max Weber's Legal Sociology: The "Categories of Legal Thought" as Types of Meaningful Action and the Persistence of the Problem of Judicial Legislation
Faisal Chaudhry
Law in High Heels: Performativity, alterity, and Aesthetics
Monica Lopez Lerma
The Impulsive Subject and the Realist Lens: Law and Consumer Culture in Fritz Lang's Fury
Ticien Marie Sassoubre

Note
Let Them Sell Art: Why a Broader Deaccession Policy Today May Save Museums Tomorrow
Jorja Ackers Cirigliana
Paying for the Graying: How California Can More Effectively Manage Its Growing Elderly Inmate Population
Heather Habes
Groupthink and Corporate Governance Reform: Changing the Formal and Informal Decisionmaking Processes of Corporate Boards
Andrew Howard
What Artworks May Come (To a Museum Near You): The State of Fractional Charitable Giving at the Intersection of Museology and Tax Policy
Catherine A. Karayan



Volume 20, Number 3, Spring 2011

Articles
The World of Deadwood: Property Rights and the Search for Human Identity
Michael B. Kent, Jr.
Lance McMillian
The Pedagogy of Violence
Yxta Maya Murray

Note
Dousing the Flames: The Tang Fu Zhen Self-Immolation Incident and Urban Land Takings Reform in the People's Republic of China
Annie Deng
What Will it Take?: In the Wake of the Outrageous "Balloon Boy" Hoax, a Call to Regulate the Long-Ignored Issue of Parental Exploitation of Children
Ramon Ramirez
Redistricting or Rethinking? Why Proportional Representation May Be a Better Solution than California's Independent Redistricting Commission
Kevin Reyes
Achilles' Heel: Revisiting the Supreme Court's Nude Dancing Cases
Grant Wahlquist
The United States Stands Alone: An International Consensus Against Juvenile Life Without Parole Sentences
Lisa S. Yun



Volume 21, Number 1, Fall 2011



Volume 21, Number 2, Fall 2011

Articles
The Theology of Civil Disobedience: The First Amendment, Freedom Riders and Passage of the Voting Rights Act
Jonathan C. Augustine
Free Speech in the Suburban and Exurban Frontier: Shopping Malls, Subdivisions, New Urbanism, and the First Amendment
Wayne Batchis

Notes
Unwarranted! Privacy in a Technological Age: The Fourth Amendment Difficulty in Protecting Against Warrantless GPS Tracking and the Substantive Due Process and First Amendment Boost
Courtney Burten
Lost in Translation: The Failure of the Interstate Divorce System to Adequately Address the Needs of International Divorcing Couples
Alena Geffner-Mihlsten
Protecting the Herd: A Public Health, Economics, and Legal Argument for Taxing Parents Who Opt-Out of Mandatory Childhood Vaccinations
Christine Parkins
Breaching Doctor-Patient Confidentiality: Physician Confusion about Involuntary Disclosure of Genetic Information
Rebecca Suarez



Volume 21, Number 3, Fall 2012

Articles
All Born to Freedom? Comparing the Law and Politics of Race and the Memory of Slavery in the U.S. and France Today
Ariela J. Gross
Soldiers at Sea: The Legal and Policy Implications of Using Military Security Teams
James W. Harlow

Notes
Examining O'Donnabhain v. Commissioner, 134 T.C. No. 4 (2010): Sex Reassignment Surgery as a Tax Deductible Medical Expense
Stephanie Chen
The Hijacking of Foreign Policy Decision Making: Groupthink and Presidential Power in the Post-9/11 World
Brandon Kennedy
Fair Circumvention: A Judicial Analysis for the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Using the PlayStation 3 as a Case Study
Lewis Stevenson
Pushing the Boundaries?: Equal Protection, Rational Basis, and Rational Decision Making by District Courts in Cases Challenging Legislative Classifications on the Basis of Sexual Orientation
Shoshana Zimmerman



Volume 22, Number 1, Fall 2012



Volume 22, Number 2, Winter 2013



Volume 22, Number 3, Fall 2013

Articles
Fringes of Free Expression: Testing the Meaning of "Speech" Amid Shifting Cultural Mores & Changing Technologies
Clay Calvert
A Parent's Child and the State's Future Citizen: Judicial and Legislative Responses to the Tension Over the Right to Direct an Education
Todd A. DeMitchell & Joseph J. Onosko
Proportionality in War: Protecting Soldiers from Enemy Captivity, and Israel's Operation Cast Lead-"The Soldiers are Everyone's Children
Ziv Bohrer and Mark Osiel

Notes
What About Failure to Protect: Why Current Homicide Doctrine Falls Short of Holding Parents Who Fail to Protect Their Children Accountable
Whitney Button
What is all the Fuss About?: The United States Congress May Impose a Tax (It's Called the "Individual Mandate")
Rebecca L. McCullough
"Friending" and "Following" the Government: How the Public Forum and Government Speech Doctrines Discourage the Government's Social Media Presence
Ross Rinehart



Volume 23, Number 1, Fall 2014

Articles
The Disappearance of Labor Unions and the Social Encyclicals of Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI
Ken Matheny
Cross Cultural Negotiations and International Intellectual Property Law: Attempts to Work Across Cultural Clashes Between Indigenous Peoples and Majoritarian Cultures
Caroline Joan S. Picart
Authorization Required: Veterans Treatment Courts, the Need for Democratic Legitimacy, and the Separation of Powers Doctrine
Sohil Shah

Notes
"Antithetical to Human Dignity": Secondary Trauma, Evolving Standards of Decency, and the Unconstitutional Consequences of State-Sanctioned Executions
Lauren M. De Lilly
Military Service-Related PTSD and the Criminal Justice System: Treatment as an Alternative to Incarceration
Erinn Gansel
The Invisible Army: Why the Military Needs to Rescind Its Ban on Transgender Service Members
Allison Ross



Volume 23, Number 2, Spring 2014



Volume 24, Number 1, Fall 2014

Articles
Law and Politics in the Aftermath of 9/11: Understanding the Interaction of Politics, Power, The Role of the OLC, and the Law during the Bush Administration, through Agency and Political Theory
Arthur H. Garrison
A New Approach to the Ethics of Life: The "Will to Live" in Lieu of Inherent Dignity or Autonomy-Based Approaches
Marvin Lim
Buffering Burnout: Preparing the Online Generation for the Occupational Hazards of the Legal Profession
Brittany Stringfellow Otey

Notes
Comparative Analysis of Trade Secret Law in Practice in High-Tech Industrial Districts: A Link between Trade Secret Protection, Knowledge Spillover, and Industrial Growth?
Siobhan Coley-Amin
Doubling Down in Non-Market Economies: The Inequitable Application of Trade Remedies against China and the Case for a New WTO Institution
Richard Lockridge
Modern War Crimes by the United States: Do Drone Strikes Violate International Law? Questioning the Legality of U.S. Drone Strikes and Analyzing the United States' Response to International Reproach Based on the Realism Theory of International Relations
Tony Nasser



Volume 24, Number 2, Spring 2015

Articles
Procedural Economy in Pre-Trial Procedure: Developments in Germany and the United States
Shawn Marie Boyne
The "Deeply Toxic" Damage Caused by the Abolition of Mandatory Retirement and it's Collision with Tenure in Higher Education: A Proposal for Statutory Repair
Beverley Earle and Marianne DelPo Kulow
Is it Time for the Court to Accept the O.F.F.E.R.? Applying Smith v. Organization of Foster Families for Equality and Reform to Promote Clarity, Consistency, and Federalism in the World of DeFacto Parenthood
Steven W. Fitschen and Eric A. DeGroff

Notes
Minimizing Subtle Racism in the Workplace
James Anthony Becerra
The State Giveth and the State Taketh Away: Patent Rights under the Bayh-Dole Act
Vanessa Bell
Sexting Education: An Educational Approach to Solving the Media Fueled Sexting Dilemma
Jessica Sabbah-Mani



Volume 24, Number 3, Spring 2015



Volume 25, Number 1, Winter 2015

Articles
Intercultural Legal Sensibility as Transformation
Raquel Aldana
What the Frack? How Weak Industrial Disclosure Rules Prevent Public Understanding of Chemical Practices and Toxic Politics
Benjamin W. Cramer
Postcolonial Constitutionalism in India: Complexities & Contradictions
Vrinda Narain
Bad Math: How Non-Union Employees are Unconstitutionally Compelled to Subsidize Political Speech
Shirley V. Svorny and Melanie Stallings Williams

Notes
Explicit Equality: The Need for Statutory Protection Against Anti-Transgender Employment Discrimination
Ashley Attia
Overcoming the Parental Veto: How Transgender Adolescents Can Access Puberty-Suppressing Hormone Treatment in the Absence of Parental Consent Under the Mature Minor Doctrine
Emily Ikuta
Examining Corporate Religious Beliefs in the Wake of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby
Stephen Makino



Volume 25, Number 2, Spring 2016

Articles
Reclaiming the Welfare Queen: Feminist and Critical Race Theory Alternatives to Existing Anti-Poverty Discourse
Camille Gear Rich
Welfare Queens and White Trash
Lisa R. Pruitt
Soccer Moms, Welfare Queens, Waitress Moms, and Super Moms: Myths of Motherhood in State Media Coverage of Child Care During the "Welfare Reforms" of the 1990's
Laurel Parker West
Black Citizenship Through Marriage? Reflections on the Moynihan Report at Fifty
R.A. Lenhardt
Welfare Queens Redux: Criminalizing Black Mothers in the Age of Neoliberalism
Ann Cammett
Reconsidering Criminal Background Checks: Race, Gender, and Redemption
Kimani Paul-Emile

Notes
Us vs. Them: The Militarization of American Law Enforcement and the Psychological Effect on Police Officers & Civilians
Joseph B. Doherty
The Hyde Amendment: Perpetuating Injustice and Discrimination After Thirty-Nine Years
Alyssa Engstrom
Monsters, Myths, and Mental Illness: A Two-Step Approach to Reducing Gun Violence in the United States
Alyssa Dale O'Donnell



Volume 25, Number 3, Summer 2016



Volume 26, Number 1, Fall 2016

Articles
COMPARISON EXCLUDING COMMITMENTS: INCOMMENSURABILITY, ADJUDICATION, AND THE UNNOTICED EXAMPLE OF TRADE DISPUTES
SUNGJOON CHO AND RICHARD WARNER
THE HOUSE STRIKES BACK: THE OBAMACARE SAGA AND AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IN THE ERA OF HOUSE V. BURWELL
ALEXANDRA M. FRANCO
CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS HAVE A DUE PROCESS RIGHT TO AN EXPERT ON EYEWITNESS RELIABILITY: WHY THE COURT WAS WRONG IN PERRY V. NEW HAMPSHIRE (2012)
MARGARET A. HAGEN & SOU HEE (SOPHIE) YANG
RIDE-SHARING-COMPANY DRIVERS: EMPLOYEES OR INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS?
CHAD G. KUNSMAN
WHAT'S IN AN AGE? CONSIDER THE NEUROSCIENCE DIMENSION OF JUVENILE LAW
KHUSHBOO SHAH
THE TALE OF THE SILVER FOX: THE CO-EVOLUTION OF PROPERTY RIGHTS AND CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENTS IN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES
LÉCIA VICENTE

Notes
ARE WE DOOMED?: THE CURRENT STATE OF FEDERAL ELECTION REGULATION
REBECCA HOFFMAN
GLOBAL TRADE, CONTROL OF THE SEA, AND THE U.S. & CHINA: THE TENSIONS BETWEEN ECONOMIC AND SECURITY POLICIES
JOHN STANLEY
MOVING THE NEEDLE: A CALL TO CHANGE AGE RESTRICTIONS IN AMERICAN PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE LAWS
ADAM STILLMAN



Volume 26, Number 2, Spring 2017



Volume 26, Number 3, Summer 2017

Articles
STATE OF CONFUSION: A NONPROFIT'S RIGHT TO WITHHOLD DONOR INFORMATION FROM STATE REGULATORS
BENJAMIN W. AKINS
INSTITUTIONAL CORRUPTION REVISITED: EXPLORING OPEN QUESTIONS WITHIN THE INSTITUTIONAL CORRUPTION LITERATURE
ELINOR AMIT, JONATHAN KORALNIK, ANN-CHRISTIN POSTEN, MIRIAM MUETHEL, AND LAWRENCE LESSIG
NUDGING VIRTUE
KIRAN IYER
PICKING AT MORALS: ANALYTICAL JURISPRUDENCE IN THE AGE OF NATURALIZED ETHICS
ALINA NG BOYTE
BITCOIN IN THE DARK WEB: A SHADOW OVER BANKING SECRECY AND A CALL FOR GLOBAL RESPONSE
FIAMMETTA PIAZZA
THE STATE OF WAR & THE LIMITS OF DETENTION
JOSHUA SNUKAL

Notes
UNDOCUMENTED ATTORNEYS AND THE STATE OF THE BAR
CHRISTOPHER CONNELL
WHY GENETICS IS CRISPR THAN IT USED TO BE: HELPING THE NOVICE UNDERSTAND GERM LINE MODIFICATION AND ITS SERIOUS IMPLICATIONS
TEDDY ELLISON
NOVEL ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCREATIVE LIBERTY: EXAMINING IN VITRO GAMETOGENESIS RELATIVE TO CURRENTLY PRACTICED ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE PROCEDURES AND REPRODUCTIVE CLONING
CHARLES THOMAS

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