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These are the journals that appeared in the August 15, 2014 issue of CILP.
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5 ALABAMA CIVIL RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES LAW REVIEW, PP. 1-153, 2013.

Owens, Lisa Lucile. Coerced parenthood as family policy: feminism, the moral agency of women, and men?s ?right to choose.? 5 Ala. C.R. & C.L. L. Rev. 1-33 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Tsai, Robert L. ?Simple? takes on the Supreme Court. 5 Ala. C.R. & C.L. L. Rev. 35-75 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Turner, Ronald. Title VII, the third-party retaliation issue, and the ?plain language? mirage. 5 Ala. C.R. & C.L. L. Rev. 77-106 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Bybee, Jared Ruiz. In defense of low-income homeownership. 5 Ala. C.R. & C.L. L. Rev. 107-139 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Richard, Christopher L. Note. Balancing liberty and healthcare access: Sebelius on taxing inactivity. (National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, 132 S. Ct. 2566, 2012.) 5 Ala. C.R. & C.L. L. Rev. 141-153 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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24 ALBANY LAW JOURNAL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, NO. 1, PP. 1-232, 2014.

Katz, Pamela S. Expert robot: using artificial intelligence to assist judges in admitting scientific expert testimony. 24 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 1-45 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

MacLean, Charles E. Katz on a hot tin roof: the reasonable expectation of privacy doctrine is rudderless in the digital age, unless Congress continually resets the privacy bar. 24 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 47-80 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gabel, Jessica D. and student Karyn D. Heavenrich. Reigning in the wild West: the necessary outcomes and inevitable pitfalls of reforming forensic science. 24 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 81-103 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gratton, Eloise. If personal information is privacy?s gatekeeper, then risk of harm is the key: a proposed method for determining what counts as personal information. 24 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 105-209 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Okorocha, Okorie. Flawed blood tests: the DUI exception to admissible evidence. [Includes photographs.] 24 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 211-232 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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37 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TRIAL ADVOCACY, NO. 2, FALL, 2013.

Megale, Elizabeth B. Disaster unaverted: reconciling the desire for a safe and secure state with the grim realities of stand your ground. 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 255-314 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lubet, Steven and student Kevin Chang. Stupid juror questions? 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 315-337 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Klein, Kenneth S. The enduring quality of an alluring mistake: why one person?s intentions cannot--and never could--be evidence of another person?s conduct. 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 339-368 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Underwood, Richard H. Something bad in your briefs? 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 369-374 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lentine, John A. Gideon at fifty: the broken promise. 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 375-391 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Williford, Nick A. Comment. After Comcast Corp. v. Behrend: must a district court apply the Daubert test for the admissibility of expert evidence at the class certification stage? (Comcast Corp. v. Behrend, 133 S. Ct. 1426, 2013.) 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 393- 420 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Jager, Matthew B. Comment. United States v. Griffin: can a convicted codefendant?s exculpatory testimony be considered newly discovered evidence on a defendant?s Rule 33 motion for a new trial? (United States v. Griffin, 489 F. App?x 679, 2012, cert. denied, 133 S. Ct. 1457, 2013.) 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 421-446 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Spade, John R. Comment. Feld v. Feld: the Federal Circuit split over posttrial appeals from pretrial summary judgment denials asserting purely legal issues. (Feld v. Feld, 688 F.3d 779, 2012.) 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 447-466 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Underwood, Virginia M. Recent development. Evidence--are autopsy reports ?testimonial? evidence triggering the Confrontation Clause and the cross-examination requirements? (United States v. James, 712 F.3d 79, 2013.) 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 467-472 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Bullard, Dillon K. Recent development. Evidence--what evidence can a federal district court consider when reviewing a Social Security claim? (Brewes v. Commissioner of Social Security Administration, 682 F.3d 1157, 2012.) 37 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 473-478 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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13 APPALACHIAN JOURNAL OF LAW, NO. 1, WINTER, 2013.

Finkelstein, Veronica J. Managing the risk: Rule 30(b)(6) depositions in cases where the government is a party. 13 Appalachian J.L. 1-20 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Sanders, Elwood Earl, Jr. (Red) Elvis has left the building: did the UCC legalize theft? Constitutional concerns arising from the UCC Entrustment Clause, a critical analysis of Lindholm v. Brant. 13 Appalachian J.L. 21-38 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Limmer, Jocelyn E.H. An epistemological watershed: how legal educators should use four characteristics of successful second language acquisition pedagogy to create successful law students. 13 Appalachian J.L. 39-78 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Martin, Gideon. Comment. Allergic to equality: the legislative path to safer restaurants. 13 Appalachian J.L. 79-104 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Johnson, Nicholas C. Note. Legal public corruption: how and why Congress needs to reinstate honest services fraud. 13 Appalachian J.L. 105-125 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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62 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, JANUARY, 2014.

The Rule of Law in Ancient Athens. 62 Buff. L. Rev. 1-175 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gowder, Paul. Democracy, solidarity, and the rule of law: lessons from Athens. 62 Buff. L. Rev. 1-67 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Conover, Kellam. Rethinking anti-corruption reforms: the view from ancient Athens. 62 Buff. L. Rev. 69-117 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Carugati, Federica. What is the rule of law good for? Democracy, development and the rule of law in classical Athens. 62 Buff. L. Rev. 119-156 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Teegarden, David A. The inauthenticity of Solon?s law against neutrality. 62 Buff. L. Rev. 157-175 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Bermann, George A., et al. A reply to ?Hollow spaces.? 62 Buff. L. Rev. 177-187 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gamage, David. A way forward for tax law and economics? A response to Osofsky?s ?Frictions, screening, and tax law design.? 62 Buff. L. Rev. 189-192 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Watkins, Ashley F. Comment. Digital properties and death: what will your heirs have to access to after you die? 62 Buff. L. Rev. 193-235 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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102 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, JUNE, 2014.

Erratum. 102 Cal. L. Rev. unpaged (2014).

Horton, David. Indescendibility. 102 Cal. L. Rev. 543-601 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Guzman, Andrew T. and Katerina Linos. Human rights backsliding. 102 Cal. L. Rev. 603- 654 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Kolber, Adam J. Smooth and bumpy laws. 102 Cal. L. Rev. 655-690 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Spadola, Joseph. Comment. An ad hoc rationalization of employer wrongdoing: the dangers of the after-acquired evidence defense. 102 Cal. L. Rev. 691-727 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Talai, Andrew B. Comment. Drones & Jones: the Fourth Amendment and police discretion in the digital age. (United States v. Jones, 132 S. Ct. 945, 2012; State v. Brossart, Memorandum Decision and Order Denying Motion to Dismiss, No. 32-2011-CR-00049, N.D. Dist Ct., Ne. C.D., 2012.) 102 Cal. L. Rev. 729-780 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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8 CHARLESTON LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2014.

Symposium: Social Media and the Law. 8 Charleston L. Rev. 373-449 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Garcia, Ryan M. Foreword. 8 Charleston L. Rev. 373-384 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Comisky, Hope A. and Tracey E. Diamond. The risks and rewards of a BYOD program: ensuring corporate compliance without causing ?bring your own disaster? at work. 8 Charleston L. Rev. 385-410 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

O?Brien, Christine Neylon. The National Labor Relations Board: perspectives on social media. 8 Charleston L. Rev. 411-428 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Walsh, Suzanne B. Coming soon to a legislature near you: comprehensive state law governing fiduciary access to digital assets. 8 Charleston L. Rev. 429-449 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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89 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 535-903, 2014.

Symposium on Intragroup Dissent and Its Legal Implications. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 537- 748 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lau, Holning. An introduction to Intragroup Dissent and Its Legal Implications. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 537-546 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Cummings, Scott L. How lawyers manage intragroup dissent. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 547- 567 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Sabbeth, Kathryn A. Capital defenders as outsider lawyers. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 569-596 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Stein, Edward. Immutability and innateness arguments about lesbian, gay, and bisexual rights. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 597-640 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Uddin, Asma T. Intragroup discourse on intragroup protections in Muslim-majority countries. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 641-662 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Peroni, Lourdes. The European Court of Human Rights and intragroup religious diversity: a critical review. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 663-687 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Crayton, Kareem U. The art of racial dissent: African American political discourse in the age of Obama. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 689-721 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Leong, Nancy. Dissenting in and dissenting out. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 723-748 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Monahan, Amy B. Kenneth M. Piper Lecture. Employers as risks. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 751-778 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Canon, Ramsin G. Note. Participatory democracy and the entrepreneurial government: addressing process efficiencies in the creation of land use development agreements. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 781-821 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Eubanks, Holly G. Note. Expanding the after-acquired evidence defense to include post- termination misconduct. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 823-848 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Konstantopoulos, James D. Note. Rethinking traditional conceptions of child pornography: an analysis of how the U.S. Supreme Court?s decision in Stevens impacts the Illinois Supreme Court?s decision in ... (People v. Hollins, 971 N.E.2d 504, 2012.) 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 849-875 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lyon, Rebecca V. Note. Hidden home videos: surreptitious video surveillance in divorce. 89 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 877-903 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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37 COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF LAW & THE ARTS, NO. 3, SPRING, 2014.

Subotnik, Eva E. and June M. Besek. Constitutional obstacles? Reconsidering copyright protection for pre-1972 sound recordings. 37 Colum. J.L. & Arts 327-378 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Thompson, Erin. Successes and failures of self-regulatory regimes governing museum holdings of Nazi-looted art and looted antiquities. 37 Colum. J.L. & Arts 379-404 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Larkin, Megan. Note. The demise of the Copyright Act in the digital realm: engineering digital delivery models to circumvent copyright liability after Aereo. (WNET, Thirteen v. Aereo, Inc., 712 F.3d 676, 2013, cert, granted 134 S. ct. 896, 2014.) 37 Colum. J.L. & Arts 405-441 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Kumar, Nithin. Comment. Constitutional hazard: the California Resale Royalty Act and the futility of state-level implementation of droit de suite legislation. 37 Colum. J.L. & Arts 443-462 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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38 DELAWARE JOURNAL OF CORPORATE LAW, NO. 3, PP. 789-1244, 2014.

Belinfanti, Tamara C. Shareholder cultivation and new governance. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 789-872 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Brams, Steven J. and Joshua R. Mitts. Mechanism design in M&A auctions. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 873-905 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Webber, David H. Private policing of mergers and acquisitions: an empirical assessment of institutional lead plaintiffs in transactional class and derivative actions. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 907-982 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Chiu, Iris H-Y. Reviving shareholder stewardship: critically examining the impact of corporate transparency reforms in the UK. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 983-1023 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Weatherspoon, Floyd D. Incorporating mandatory arbitration employment clauses into collective bargaining agreements: challenges and benefits to the employer and the union. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 1025-1071 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Unreported cases. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 1073-1225 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Cumulative index. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 1227-1241 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Upcoming for volume 39. 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 1243 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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41 ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY, NO. 1, PP. 1-170, 2014.

Bellows, Anne. Holding local governments accountable for environmental discrimination: the promise of California Government Code Section 65008. 41 Ecology L.Q. 1-35 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gonzalez, Thalia and student Giovanni Saarman. Regulating pollutants, negative externalities, and good neighbor agreements: who bears the burden of protecting communities? 41 Ecology L.Q. 37-79 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Marshall, John Travis. Weathering NEPA review: superstorms and super slow urban recovery. 41 Ecology L.Q. 81-130 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Pidot, Justin R. Fees, expenditures, and the Takings Clause. 41 Ecology L.Q. 131-169 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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24 GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY CIVIL RIGHTS LAW JOURNAL, NO. 3, SUMMER, 2014.

Dorocak, John R. Is the Constitution only libertarian and not socially conservative? U.S. v. Windsor and the unconstitutionality of DOMA?s definition of marriage to exclude same-sex couples--requiem for a heavyweight? 24 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 263-296 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Greenberg, Jeremy. Not a ?second class? agency: applying Chevron step zero to EEOC interpretations of the ADA and ADAAA. 24 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 297-323 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Jackson, Kateland. Comment. The silent witness rule: a secret safeguard to the First and Sixth Amendments. 24 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 325-348 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Arner, Jennifer. Comment. Looking forward by looking backward: United States v. Jones predicts Fourth Amendment property rights protections in e-mail. (United States v. Jones, 132 S. Ct. 945, 2012.) 24 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 349-379 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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38 HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, PP. 1-274, 2014.

Coglianese, Cary and Jennifer Nash. Performance Track?s postmortem: lessons from the rise and fall of EPA?s ?flagship? voluntary program. 38 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 1-86 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Coleman, James W. Unilateral climate regulation. 38 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 87-126 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Sunstein, Cass R. and Lucia A. Reisch. Automatically green: behavioral economics and environmental protection. 38 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 127-158 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Uhlmann, David M. Prosecutorial discretion and environmental crime. 38 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 159-216 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Apple, Benjamin E. Note. Mapping fracking: an analysis of law, power, and regional distribution in the United States. 38 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 217-244 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Cohen, Molly and Rachel Proctor May. Case comment. Revolutionary or routine? (Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District, 133 S. Ct. 2586, 2013.) 38 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 245-257 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Feigenbaum, Jeremy. Case comment. Becoming good neighbors after ... (EME Homer City Generation, L.P. v. EPA, 696 F.3d 7, 2012.) 38 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 259-274 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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21 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES, NO. 1, PP. 1-394, 2014.

Symposium. Regulatory Translations: Expertise and Affect in Global Legal Fields. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 1-296 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Turem, Ziya Umut and Andrea Ballestero. Regulatory Translations: Expertise and Affect in Global Legal Fields. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 1-25 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Ballestero, Andrea. What is in a percentage? Calculation as the poetic translation of human rights. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 27-53 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Hetherington, Kregg. Regular soybeans: translation and framing in the ontological politics of a coup. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 55-78 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Foster, Laura A. Critical cultural translation: a socio-legal framework for regulatory orders. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 79-105 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Rajah, Jothie. Sinister translations: law?s authority in a post-9/11 world. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 107-143 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Hussin, Iza. Misreading and mobility in constitutional texts: a nineteenth century case. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 145-158 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Turem, Ziya Umut. Competition law reform in Turkey: actors, networks, translations. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 159-193 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Chahed, Yasmine. Translations in regulatory space: the arenas of regulatory innovation in accounting standard setting. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 195-221 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Mangold, Anna Katharina. The persistence of national peculiarities: translating representative environmental action from transnational into German law. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 223-261 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Wiener, Antje and Philip Liste. Lost without translation? Cross-referencing and a new global community of courts. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 263-296 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Wilson, Sophia. Book review. (Reviewing Jothie, Rajah, Authoritarian Rule of Law: Legislation, Discourse and Legitimacy in Singapore.) 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 297- 301 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Kurtzman, Joshua A. Note. Pashtunistan?s future: the global executive or a regional solution. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 303-333 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Turpin, Jonathan B. Note. Bitcoin: the economic case for a global virtual currency operating in an unexplored legal framework. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 335-368 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Tzeneva, Gabriella. Note. Target drug donations: a necessary evil in need of a global harness and a possible cure for TRIPS shortcomings. 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 369- 388 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Craig, Amanda. Book note. (Reviewing Galit A. Sarfaty, Values in Translation: Human Rights and the Culture of the World Bank.) 21 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 389-394 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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29 JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND LITIGATION, NO. 1, PP. 1-272, 2014.

Amos, Adell L. Dam removal and hydropower production in the United States--ushering in a new era. [Includes photographs.] 29 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 1-34 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gottlieb, Charles. Regional land use planning: a collaborative solution for the conservation of natural resources. 29 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 35-86 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Hooker, Megan. Recreation and aesthetics in the public interest: history and overview of hydropower license denials by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. 29 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 87-121 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Jing, Liu, Michael Faure and Wang Hui. Compensating for natural resource damage caused by vessel-induced marine oil pollution: comparing the international, U.S., and Chinese regimes. 29 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 123-190 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Johnson, Courtney B. Advances in marine spatial planning: zoning earth?s last frontier. 29 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 191-246 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Hope, Elizabeth. Comment. A lack of international agreement over the protection of forests: how nations have risen to the challenge of forest management. 29 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 247-271 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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17 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW, NO. 1, MARCH, 2014.

The Editors. Introduction to volume 17, 2014. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 1-2 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lester, Simon. Finding the boundaries of international economic law. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 3-9 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Cosbey, Aaron and Petros C. Mavroidis. A turquoise mess: green subsidies, blue industrial policy and renewable energy: the case for redrafting the Subsidies Agreement of the WTO. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 11-47 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Wouters, Jan and Jed Odermatt. Comparing the ?four pillars? of global economic governance: a critical analysis of the institutional design of the FSB, IMF, World Bank, and WTO. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 49-76 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Guan, Wenwei. Consensus yet not consented: a critique of the WTO decision-making by consensus. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 77-104 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Kelly, Brian D. Market economies and concurrent antidumping and countervailing duty remedies. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 105-123 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Pal, Rajib. Has the Appellate Body?s decision in Canada -- Renewable Energy / Canada -- Feed-in Tariff Program opened the door for production subsidies? 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 125-137 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gu, Bin and Tong Liu. Enforcing international financial regulatory reforms. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 139-176 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

The Editors. Editor?s note: the normative future of IEL. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 177-178 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Charnovitz, Steve. Book review. (Reviewing Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, International Economic Law in the 21st Century: Constitutional Pluralism and Multilevel Governance of Interdependent Public Goods.) 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 178-183 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich. Book review. (Reviewing Frank J. Garcia, Global Justice and International Economic Law: Three Takes.) 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 183-189 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Leitner, Kara and Simon Lester. WTO dispute settlement 1995-2013--a statistical analysis. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 191-201 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Raisch, Marylin Johnson. Book survey 2013. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 203-208 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Raisch, Marylin Johnson. Website survey 2013. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 209-213 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lester, Simon and William Stemberg. The GATT origins of TBT Agreement Articles 2.1 and 2.2. 17 J. Int?l Econ. L. 215-232 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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63 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION, NO. 4, MAY, 2014.

Garth, Bryant G., Gowri Ramachandran and Molly Selvin. From the Editors. 63 J. Legal Educ. 563-564 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Holmquist, Kristen, et al. Measuring merit: the Shultz-Zedeck research on law school admissions. 63 J. Legal Educ. 565-584 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Daniels, Stephen, Martin Katz and William Sullivan. Analyzing Carnegie?s reach: the contingent nature of innovation. 63 J. Legal Educ. 585-611 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Peoples, Lee F. Designing a law library to encourage learning. 63 J. Legal Educ. 612- 639 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Salaymeh, Lena. Commodifying ?Islamic law? in the U.S. legal academy. 63 J. Legal Educ. 640-646 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Willbanks, Stephanie J. What?s in a name? Would a rose by any other name really smell as sweet? 63 J. Legal Educ. 647-666 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Dodson, Scott. The short paper. 63 J. Legal Educ. 667-672 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gabel, Peter. The spiritual dimension of social justice. 63 J. Legal Educ. 673-688 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Weresh, Melissa H. Stargate: malleability as a threshold concept in legal education. 63 J. Legal Educ. 689-728 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Horwitz, Paul. Book review. (Reviewing James R. Hackney, Jr., Legal Intellectuals in Conversation: Reflections on the Construction of Contemporary American Legal Theory.) 63 J. Legal Educ. 729-739 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Kateri Hernandez, Tanya. The legal challenges of diversity. (Reviewing Victoria Saker Woeste, Henry Ford?s War on Jews and the Legal Battle Against Hate Speech; Mariana Valverde, Everyday Law on the Street: City Governance In an Age of Diversity.) 63 J. Legal Educ. 740-744 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Volume 63 indices. 63 J. Legal Educ. 745-752 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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54 NATURAL RESOURCES JOURNAL, NO. 1, SPRING, 2014.

Cook, Kylie and Justin Nyberg, Editors-in-Chief. Introduction. 54 Nat. Resources J. vii- viii (2014).

Blumm, Michael C. and Maggie Hall. Lands Council, Karuk Tribe, and the great environmental divide in the Ninth Circuit. 54 Nat. Resources J. 1-40 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Chen, Chung-Lin. Institutional roles of political processes, expert governance, and judicial review in environmental impact assessment: a theoretical framework and a case study of Taiwan. 54 Nat. Resources J. 41-79 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Giron, Rachel. Student article. Struggles on the path to renewable energy: lessons from SunZia. 54 Nat. Resources J. 81-106 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Obrecht, Alexander K. Migrating towards an incidental take permit program: overhauling the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to comport with modern industrial operations. 54 Nat. Resources J. 107-142 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Tabb, William Murray. An environmental conversation. 54 Nat. Resources J. 143-179 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Tsabora, James. Illicit natural resource exploitation by private corporate interests in Africa?s maritime zones during armed conflict. 54 Nat. Resources J. 181-203 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Book reviews. 54 Nat. Resources J. 205-216 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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14 NEVADA LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, SPRING, 2014.

Symposium: Democracy and the Workplace. 14 Nev. L.J. 305-521 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Garcia, Ruben J. Introduction: democracy at work. 14 Nev. L.J. 305-308 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Estlund, Cynthia. Workplace democracy for the twenty-first century? Rethinking a norm of worker voice in the wake of the corporate diversity juggernaut. 14 Nev. L.J. 309- 321 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Levinson, Ariana R. Founding worker cooperatives: social movement theory and the law. 14 Nev. L.J. 322-363 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Garden, Charlotte. Unions and campaign finance litigation. 14 Nev. L.J. 364-376 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Garcia, Ruben J. Citizenship at work: how the Supreme Court politically marginalized public employees. 14 Nev. L.J. 377-395 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Wasser, Michael and J. Ryan Lamare. Unions as conduits of democratic voice for non- elites: worker politicization from the shop floor to the halls of Congress. 14 Nev. L.J. 396-413 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Dau-Schmidt, Kenneth G. and Mohammad Khan. Undermining or promoting democratic government?: an economic and empirical analysis of the two views of public sector collective bargaining in American law. 14 Nev. L.J. 414-443 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Fink, Eric M. Sewer syndicalism: worker self-management in public services. 14 Nev. L.J. 444-464 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Porter, Nicole Buonocore. Women, unions, and negotiation. 14 Nev. L.J. 465-495 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Donn, Clifford B., Rachel E. Donn, Lloyd Goldberg and Brenda J. Kirby. Teacher working conditions with and without collective bargaining. 14 Nev. L.J. 496-508 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Hebdon, Robert. Public sector labor policy: a human rights approach. 14 Nev. L.J. 509-521 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Mannheimer, Michael J. Zydney. Harmelin?s faulty originalism. 14 Nev. L.J. 522-541 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Johnson, Christian. Regulatory arbitrage, extraterritorial jurisdiction, and Dodd-Frank: the implications of US global OTC derivative regulation. 14 Nev. L.J. 542-619 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Africk, Sean. Note. Induced to infringe: divided patent infringement in the light of the Akamai ruling. (Akamai Techs., Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc., 692 F.3d 1301, 2012.) 14 Nev. L.J. 620-639 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Scott, Nicole. Note. Turning restitution upside-down: the mortgage fraud restitution formula amidst volatile housing prices. 14 Nev. L.J. 640-659 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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48 NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, WINTER, 2014.

Frohock, Christina M. Military justice as justice: fitting Confrontation Clause jurisprudence into military commissions. 48 New Eng. L. Rev. 255-292 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Dolgin, Janet L. Physicians speech and state control: furthering partisan interests at the expense of good health. 48 New Eng. L. Rev. 293-342 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Reynolds, Lindsay. Note. Losing the quality of life: the move toward society?s understanding and acceptance of physician aid-in-dying and the Death With Dignity Act. 48 New Eng. L. Rev. 343-370 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Williams, Robert J., Jr. Note. Public performance royalty-rate disparity: should Congress pamper Pandora?s pandering? 48 New Eng. L. Rev. 371-398 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Brekka, William. Comment. Diagnosis--guilty: Commonwealth v. McLaughlin and the conversion of hospital records into criminal convictions. (Commonwealth v. McLaughlin, 948 N.E.2d 1258, 2011.) 48 New Eng. L. Rev. 399-419 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Richard, Keith. Comment. United States v. Nosal and the CFAA: what does DailySudoku.com have to do with computer fraud? (United States v. Nosal, 676 F.3d 854, 2012.) 48 New Eng. L. Rev. 421-443 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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17 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF LEGISLATION AND PUBLIC POLICY, NO. 1, PP. 1-296, 2014.

Fain, Kevin M., Keeve E. Nachman and Lainie Rutkow. An analysis of FDA?s drug safety authorities: challenges and opportunities under a new regulatory framework. 17 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol?y 1-36 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Murray-Tjan, Laura. ?Conditional admission? and other mysteries: setting the record straight on the ?admission? status of refugees and asylees. 17 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol?y 37-102 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Sterken, Krista J., Michael B. Van Sicklen and Dr. Norman Fost. Mandatory informed consent disclosures in the diagnostic context: sometimes less is more. 17 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol?y 103-136 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Stiglitz, Edward H. Unaccountable midnight rulemaking? A normatively informative assessment. 17 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol?y 137-192 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Armstrong, Sharde. Note. The foster care system looking forward: the growing fiscal and policy rationale for the elimination of the ?AFDC look-back.? 17 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol?y 193-238 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Messinger, Eric. Note. Transparency and the Office of Legal Counsel. 17 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol?y 239-296 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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45 OCEAN DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL LAW, NO. 2, APRIL-JUNE, 2014.

Kaldu?ski, Marcin and Taduez Wasilewski. The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea on maritime delimitation: the Bangladesh v. Myanmar case. 45 Ocean Dev. & Int?l L. 123-170 (2014).

Jensen, Oystein. The Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf: an administrative, scientific, or judicial institution? 45 Ocean Dev. & Int?l L. 171-185 (2014).

HOnneland, Geir. Compliance and postagreement bargaining in the Barents Sea Fisheries. [Includes illustration.] 45 Ocean Dev. & Int?l L. 186-204 (2014).

Tanaka, Yoshifumi. A note on the M/N ?Louisa? case. 45 Ocean Dev. & Int?l L. 205-220 (2014).

Abad Castelos, Montserrat. Marine renewable energies: opportunities, law, and management. 45 Ocean Dev. & Int?l L. 221-237 (2014).

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19 ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2014.

Symposium. Child Witnesses in Sexual Abuse Cases. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 317-617 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Bogus, Carl T. Introduction to the symposium on Child Witnesses in Sexual Abuse Cases. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 317-322 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

D?Ambra, Hon. Laureen A. The importance of conducting in-camera testimony of child witnesses in court proceedings: a comparative legal analysis of relevant domestic relations, juvenile justice and criminal cases. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 323-360 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Murphy, Wendy. Traumatized children who participate in legal proceedings are entitled to testimonial and participatory accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 361-381 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Poole, Debra Ann, Jason J. Dickinson and Sonja P. Brubacher. Sources of unreliable testimony from children. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 382-410 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lynon, Thomas D. and Stacia N. Stolzenberg. Children?s memory for conversations about sexual abuse: legal and psychological implications. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 411- 450 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Smith, Carly P., Jennifer M. Gomez and Jennifer J. Freyd. The psychology of judicial betrayal. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 451-475 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Goodman, Gail S., Deborah A. Goldfarb, Jia Y. Chong and Lauren Goodman-Shaver. Children?s eyewitness memory: the influence of cognitive and socio-emotional factors. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 476-512 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Bala, Nicholas. Canada?s empirically-based child competency test and its principled approach to hearsay. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 513-545 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Cheit, Ross E. and student Andrea Matthews. Revisiting the Jordan, Minnesota cases. 19 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 546-617 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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23 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INTERDISCIPLINARY LAW JOURNAL, NO. 3, SPRING, 2014.

Ferrey, Steven. The carbon suite in the hotel California: ?we are all just prisoners here, of our own device.? 23 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 451-508 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Levin, Benjamin. Inmates for rent, sovereignty for sale: the global prison market. 23 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 509-554 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Varol, Ozan O. Revolutionary humor. 23 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 555-593 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lewis, Felicity. Note. Human rights abuses in U.N. peacekeeping: providing redress and punishment while continuing peacekeeping missions for humanitarian progress. 23 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 595-626 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Medlin, Morgan. Note. Transformation of diagnostic method patents: why changes in biotechnology and the law make evolution necessary. 23 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 627-662 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Su, Olivia. Note. Odor in the courts! Extending copyright protection to perfumes may not be so nonscentsical: an investigation of the legal bulwarks available for fine fragrances amid advancing reverse engineering technology. 23 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 663-706 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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66 STANFORD LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, APRIL, 2014.

Bressman, Lisa Schultz and Abbe R. Gluck. Statutory interpretation from the inside--an empirical study of congressional drafting, delegation, and the canons: part II. 66 Stan. L. Rev. 725-801 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Starr, Sonja B. Evidence-based sentencing and the scientific rationalization of discrimination. 66 Stan. L. Rev. 803-872 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Super, David A. The modernization of American public law: health care reform and popular constitutionalism. 66 Stan. L. Rev. 873-951 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Cochran, William Gray. Note. Searching for Diamond in the two-and-twenty rough: the taxation of carried interests. (Diamond v. Commissioner, 492 F.2d 286, 1974.) 66 Stan. L. Rev. 953-985 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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92 TEXAS LAW REVIEW, NO. 5, APRIL, 2014.

Driver, Justin. Supremacies and the Southern Manifesto. 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1053-1135 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Farber, Daniel A. and Anne Joseph O?Connell. The lost world of administrative law. 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1137-1189 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Colloquy. Anthony Lewis?s Gideon?s Trumpet. 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1191-1240 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Krash, Abe. The architects of the Gideon decision: Abe Fortas and Justice Hugo Black. 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1191-1206 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Kamisar, Yale. Gideon v. Wainwright a half century later. (Reviewing Karen Houppert, Chasing Gideon: the Elusive Quest for Poor People?s Justice.) 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1207- 1223 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Rapping, Jonathan A. Retuning Gideon?s Trumpet: telling the story in the context of today?s criminal-justice crisis. 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1225-1240 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Holmes, Alexandra. Note. Bridging the information gap: the Department of Justice?s ?pattern or practice? suits and community organizations. 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1241-1276 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Meltzer, Ryan E. Note. Qualified immunity and constitutional-norm generation in the post-Saucier era: ?clearly establishing? the law through civilian oversight of police. (Saucier v. Katz, 533 U.S. 194, 2001.) 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1277-1315 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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15 TEXAS REVIEW OF ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS LAW, NO. 1, FALL, 2013.

Olenick, Steven, Jenna Kochen and Jason Sosnovsky. Finding a solution: getting professional basketball players paid overseas. 15 Tex. Rev. Ent. & Sports L. 1-17 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Romano, Robert J. Analyzing the United States -- Japanese Player Contract Agreement: is this agreement in the best interest of Major League Baseball players and if not, should the MLB Players Association challenge the legality of the Agreement as a violation of federal law? 15 Tex. Rev. Ent. & Sports L. 19-51 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Hernandez, Aaron. Note. All quiet on the digital front: the NCAA?s wide discretion in regulating social media. 15 Tex. Rev. Ent. & Sports L. 53-66 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Poorman, Matthew T. Note. Get with the Times: why defamation law must be reformed in order to protect athletes and celebrities from media attacks. (Vilma v. Goodell, 917 F. Supp. 2d 591, 2013; New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, 376 U.S. 254, 1964.) 15 Tex. Rev. Ent. & Sports L. 67-85 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Asking the Audience for Help: Crowdfunding as a Means of Control. Benette Zively, moderator; David Marlett, Steven Bradford, Jolie Goodnight, panelists. 15 Tex. Rev. Ent. & Sports L. 87-121 (2013). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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46 TEXAS TECH LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, WINTER, 2014.

Executive Board notes. 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. i-ii (2014).

Loewy, Arnold H. The exclusionary rule as a remedy. 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 369-376 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Binford, Jason and John Kane. Farmer favoritism: statutory protections for creditors in agricultural bankruptcy cases. 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 377-422 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Ehrman, Monika. The next great compromise: a comprehensive response to opposition against shale gas development using hydraulic fracturing in the United States. 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 423-468 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Evans, Michelle. Determining what constitutes a trade secret under the new Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act (TUTSA). 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 469-487 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Fisher, Jefferson. Comment. So how do you hold this thing again?: why the Texas Supreme Court should turn the safety off the negligent entrustment of a firearm cause of action. 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 489-518 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Rolong, Angelica. Comment. Access denied: why the Supreme Court?s decision in Shelby County v. Holder may disenfranchise Texas minority voters. (Shelby Cnty v. Holder, 133 S. Ct. 2612, 2013.) 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 519-560 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Carter, Anastasia D. Comment. Overly broad patents on nanostructures: how patent policy obstructs the development of cancer diagnostics and treatments on a macro scale. 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 561-592 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Rugeley, Jessica. Comment. Going to the dogs: the successes, failures, and hopes for the future of Texas animal law. 46 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 593-628 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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22 TULANE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2014.

Day, Gregory R. Market failure, pari passu, and the law and economics approach to the sovereign debt crisis. 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 225-262 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Naser-Hall, Emily. Square pegs in round holes: the case of environmentally displaced persons and the need for a specific protection regime in the United States. 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 263-303 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Ademuni-Odeke. An examination of the bases for criminal jurisdiction over pirates under international law. 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 305-339 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Landrieu, Sen. Mary and Whitney Reitz. How misconceptions about international adoption lead to a violation of human rights against unparented children. 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 341-358 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Faith, Kimberly. Recent decision. Stichting Mothers of Srebrenica v. Netherlands: does U.N. immunity trump the right of access to a court? (Stichting Mothers of Srebrenica v. Netherlands, 655542/12 Eur. Ct. H.R., 2013.) 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 359-375 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Frazier, Bryanna. Recent decision. Resource Capital Fund III LP v. Commissioner of Taxation: partners or the partnership--who is the relevant entity under the Avoidance of Double Taxation Convention between the United States and Australia? (Res. Capital Fund III LP v. Comm?r of Taxation, [2013] FCA 363, Austl.) 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 377- 390 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Margherita, Michael. Recent decision. The PVA and personification: ... (Tobar v. United States, 731 F.3d 938, 2013.) 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 391-410 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

McVeagh, Meghan. Recent decision. Balintulo v. Daimler AG: the application of the binding precedent set forth in Kiobel and its effect on the Alien Tort Statute. (Balintulo v. Daimler AG, 727 F.3d 174, 2013; Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co., 133 S. Ct. 1659, 2013.) 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 411-424 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Shaw, Don F. Recent decision. Prosecutor v. Taylor: is the SCSL?s rejection of the specific-direction enigma enough to end debate between the ad hoc tribunals? (Prosecutor v. Taylor, SCSL-03-1-T, Judgment, Oxford Rep. on Int?l L., 2012.) 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 425-444 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Stockton, Ashley. Recent decision. Corporacion Mexicana de Mantenimiento Integral, S. de R.L. de C.V. v. PEMEX-Exploracion y Produccion: U.S. courts? narrow discretion to confirm foreign arbitral awards that are annulled at the seat of arbitration. (Corporacion Mexicana de Mantenimiento Integral, S. de R.L. de C.V. v. PEMEX-Exploracion y Produccion, 2013 WL 4517225, 2013.) 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 445-459 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Wolf, Brittany. Recent decision. Konowaloff v. Metropolitan Museum of Art: how the act of state doctrine saved the Cezanne in the museum. (Konowaloff v. Metro. Museum of Art, 702 F.3d 140, 2012.) 22 Tul. J. Int?l & Comp. L. 461-477 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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162 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, MARCH, 2014.

Blank, Joshua D. Collateral compliance. 162 U. Pa. L. Rev. 719-800 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Fried, Jesse M. Insider trading via the corporation. 162 U. Pa. L. Rev. 801-839 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

O?Connell, Anne Joseph. Bureaucracy at the boundary. 162 U. Pa. L. Rev. 841-927 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Rane, Neel. Comment. Twenty years of shareholder proposals after Cracker Barrel: an effective tool for implementing LGBT employment protections. 162 U. Pa. L. Rev. 929-977 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Wenger, Jesse. Comment. The applicability of state appeal bond caps in suits brought in federal courts pursuant to diversity jurisdiction. 162 U. Pa. L. Rev. 979-1009 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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2013 UTAH LAW REVIEW, NO. 6, PP. 1437-1750.

Blumm, Michael C. and Aurora Paulsen. The public trust in wildlife. 2013 Utah L. Rev. 1437-1504. [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Daniels, Brigham. Environmental regulatory nukes. 2013 Utah L. Rev. 1505-1552. [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Hall, Noah D. and student Benjamin L. Cavataro. Interstate groundwater law in the Snake Valley: equitable apportionment and a new model for transboundary aquifer management. 2013 Utah L. Rev. 1553-1626. [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Macey, Gregg P. The architecture of ignorance. 2013 Utah L. Rev. 1627-1685. [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Bagshaw, Timothy M. Note. Unintended consequences: Lucas, the public trust doctrine, and the erosion of private property rights under the Takings Clause. 2013 Utah L. Rev. 1687- 1723. [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Robinson, John Jr. Note. Water securities: rights to use, used as collateral. 2013 Utah L. Rev. 1725-1749. [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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116 WEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2014.

Fagan, Frank. The fiscal cliff as reelection strategy: rethinking the temporary taxation debate. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 783-817 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Fershee, Joshua P. Facts, fiction, and perception in hydraulic fracturing: illuminating Act 13 and Robinson Township v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 819-863 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Kornfeld, Itzchak E. Geology, the Marcellus Shale, experts, and dispute resolution. [Includes photographs and illustration.] 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 865-915 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Davis, James Matthew. Say what? The resolution of ambiguous written agreements in West Virginia. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 917-936 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Davies, Lincoln L. and Kirsten Allen. Feed-in tariffs in turmoil. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 937-1005 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Yaussy, David and Elizabeth Turgeon. Unringing the bell: time for EPA to reconsider its greenhouse gas endangerment finding. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 1007-1051 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Fulks, Michael T. Drilling and deductions: making the section 170(h) conservation easement work in the shale boom era. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 1053-1073 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Power, Christopher B. and Jennifer J. Hicks. Water quality standard setting under the Clean Water Act: is it nimble enough to avoid wasteful spending on the wrong goals? 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 1075-1116 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Ausness, Richard C. The role of litigation in the fight against prescription drug abuse. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 1117-1165 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Shepherd, Walton C. Note. Would you like fries with that? Staying ?open for business? in a tourism-based, post-coal economy. 116 W. Va. L. Rev. 1167-1207 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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55 WILLIAM AND MARY LAW REVIEW, NO. 6, JUNE, 2014.

Aviel, Rebecca. A new formalism for family law. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2003-2069 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Marceau, Justin F. Is guilt dispositive? Federal habeas after Martinez. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2071-2169 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

O?Rourke, Anthony. Windsor beyond marriage: due process, equality & undocumented immigration. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2171-2215 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Skeel, David A., Jr. When should bankruptcy be an option (for people, places, or things)? 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2217-2253 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Barrett, Erin E. Note. Who is patrolling the border of ethical conduct?: the convergence of federal immigration attorneys, benefit fraud, and Model Rule 4.2. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2255-2285 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Roeder, Cassandra B. Note. Transparency trumps technology: reconciling open meeting laws with modern technology. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2287-2315 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Author index. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2317-2319 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Subject index. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2321-2328 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Table of cases. 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2329-2338 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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40 WILLIAM MITCHELL LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 890-1193, 2014.

Swedback, Julie and Jon Schmidt. Fortieth anniversary tributes. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. unpaged (2014).

A Critical Look at Child Protection. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 890-1157 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Meyer, Justice Helen and student Robert Cary. Minnesota?s child protection appeals process: can we do it better? 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 890-906 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Vieth, Victor I. From sticks to flowers: guidelines for child protection professionals working with parents using scripture to justify corporal punishment. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 907-942 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Woolman, Joanna and Sarah Deer. Protecting Native mothers and their children: a feminist lawyering approach. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 943-989 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Lawrence, Jean C. ASFA in the age of mass incarceration: go to prison--lose your child? 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 990-1007 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Driver, Stacia Walling and Wright S. Walling. Examining the intersection of chemical dependency and mental health issues with the juvenile protection system timelines as related to concurrent planning and termination of parental rights. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1008-1035 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Sankaran, Vivek. Using preventive legal advocacy to keep children from entering foster care. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1036-1047 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Ver Steegh, Nancy. Eight reasons why attorneys representing parents in child protection proceedings should use an intimate partner violence screening protocol. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1048-1057 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Russell, Amy. Multidisciplinary response to youth with sexual behavior problems. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1058-1082 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Gueinzius, Anne Tyler and Julia Hillel. Permanency best practices for Minnesota?s foster care youth. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1083-1114 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Wieland, Hon. Lucy and student Jenny L. Nelson. Aging out of foster care: how extended foster care for youth eighteen to twenty-one has fostered independence. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1115-1131 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

McNaughton, Lisa. ?The Father?s Project Pilot?: project in Hennepin County to provide attorneys for noncustodial fathers at the CHIPS stage of child protection cases. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1132-1142 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Shaw, Cyrenthia D. Creating a new norm: engaging fathers through direct representation in child in need of protection or services actions. 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1143-1157 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Puechner, Nic. Note. No clean slates: unpacking the complications of juvenile expungements in the wake of ... (In re Welfare of J.J.P., 831 N.W.2d 260, 2013.) 40 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1158-1193 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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26 YALE JOURNAL OF LAW & THE HUMANITIES, NO. 1, WINTER, 2014.

Ralph, Anne E. Not the same old story: using narrative theory to understand and overcome the plausibility pleading standard. 26 Yale J.L. & Human. 1-57 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Sinai, Yuval and Benjamin Shmueli. Calabresi?s and Maimonides?s tort law theories--a comparative analysis and a preliminary sketch of a modern model of differential pluralistic tort liability based on the two theories. 26 Yale J.L. & Human. 59-133 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Calabresi, Guido. ?We imagine the past to remember the future?--between law, economics, and justice in our era and according to Maimonides. 26 Yale J.L. & Human. 135-142 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Jasiewicz, Monika Isia. Note. ?A dangerous undertaking?: the problem of intentionalism and promise of expert testimony in appropriation art infringement cases. 26 Yale J.L. & Human. 143-182 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

Errata. 26 Yale J.L. & Human. 183 (2014). [H]|[L]|[LA]|[W]

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