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18 BARRY LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, FALL, 2012.

Diaz, Leticia M. Foreword. 18 Barry L. Rev. i-ii (2012).

Guantanamo's Legacy: Reflections on a Decade of Detention Symposium. 18 Barry L. Rev. 1- 127 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Guerra-Pujol, F.E. The logic of terrorism. 18 Barry L. Rev. 1-29 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bejesky, Robert. A rational choice reflection on the balance of individual rights, collective security, and threat portrayals between 9/11 and the invasion of Iraq. 18 Barry L. Rev. 31-59 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Paust, Jordan J. The Bush-Cheney legacy: serial torture and forced disappearance in manifest violation of global human rights law. 18 Barry L. Rev. 61-85 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Brennan, David. The United States' enhanced impunity for its international obligations: the continued unlawful treatment of captives and detainees following the attack of September 11, 2001. 18 Barry L. Rev. 87-127 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Engle, Eric. Humanitarian intervention and Syria. 18 Barry L. Rev. 129-165 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dalton, Kari Mercer. Bridging the digital divide and guiding the millennial generation's research and analysis. 18 Barry L. Rev. 167-190 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Burne, Matthew J. Student article. The effect of franchisor bankruptcy on executory supply contracts: does the franchisee have a remedy? 18 Barry L. Rev. 191-212 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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37 CANADA-UNITED STATES LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, FALL, 2012.

Rubin, Jessica E. Editor-in-Chief's note. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. x (2012).

The New Perimeter Initiative: Will Security Trump Trade? 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 273-566 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Brunet-Jailly, Emmanuel. Foreword: Beyond the Border Action Plan, a context. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 273-288 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kocan, David, James J. Blanchard, David Jacobson, Lawrence Mitchell and Ian Scott. Welcoming remarks. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 289-307 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Harmonizing the Border: Increase Jobs by Harmonizing Regulations

Johnston, Kelly D. The New Perimeter Initiative: Will Security Trump Trade? The tyranny of the "or" and the genius of the "and." 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 309-317 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Sands, Christopher. Restoring respect for the law in Canada-U.S. commerce: the Regulatory Cooperation Council so far. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 319-339 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Keynote Address

Negroponte, John. A partnership for regional prosperity and global peace. [with introduction by Davis Robinson.] 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 341-364 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Trade and Jobs

Vandevert, Paul. To go forward, we must remember and rely upon our past. 37 Can.- U.S. L.J. 353-364 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Matthiesen, Birgit. Trust, in so many words. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 365-381 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cunningham, Richard O. Trade and jobs: policy and political issues. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 383-404 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cyber Security and Infrastructure

Rosenzweig, Paul. The international governance framework for cybersecurity. 37 Can.- U.S. L.J. 405-432 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

McDaniel, Michael C. Beyond 'Beyond the Border': a proposal for implementation of the Action Plan's recommendation on cross-border critical infrastructure. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 433-449 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

de Laat, William. The Beyond the Border Action Plan: a tool for enhanced Canada-U.S. cooperation on critical infrastructure and cyber security, or more window dressing? 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 451-468 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Additional Commentary

Owens, Rep. William L. and Adam Elias. Beyond the Border: a new chapter in North American trade. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 469-492 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Centner, Adam. Strengthening North American perimeter security: an analysis of United States and Canadian immigration and refugee laws and the collaboration required to harmonize those laws. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 493-516 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Grashoff, Matthew K. Building fences together: the EU's lessons for the U.S.-Canada perimeter security plan. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 517-550 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Carmody, Chi, Michael Parks, Rear Admir., U.S. Coast Guard and James Peterson. Closing remarks. 37 Can.-U.S. L.J. 551-566 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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21 CARDOZO JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Ryznar, Margaret and Anna Stepien-Sporek. A tale of two federal systems. 21 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 589-617 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mouthaan, Solange. Victim participation at the ICC for victims of gender-based crimes: a conflict of interest? 21 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 619-651 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Browne, M. Neil and Nancy K. Kubasek. Alcohol and obesity law in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. 21 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 653-696 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Luthge, Benedikt M.J. The law of agency in comparison: a look at the civil law jurisdictions of the state of Louisiana and the Federal Republic of Germany. 21 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 697-727 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Keypour, Joelle D. Note. The political question doctrine in private military company liability cases: defining claims to ensure accountability. 21 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 729-758 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gregory, Gary. Note. What's immoral about Monsanto: strengthening the roots of the moral utility requirement by amending the U.S. Patent Act. 21 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 759- 794 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

International Fashion Trends: The Business of International Fashion Law. Barbara Kolsun, moderator; Jeff Goldfarb, Greg Weisman, Howard Robbins, Lee Sporn, Guillermo Jiminez, Frances Hadfield, Michael Wildes, Theodore Max, Doreen Small, Ali Marquart, Jeff Trexler, Georgia Kalivas, Peter Fields, Natalie Nixon, panelists. [Includes photographs.] 21 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 795-880 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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88 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 285-684, 2013.

The Supreme Court and the American Public. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 287-526 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Shapiro, Carolyn and Christopher W. Schmidt. Introduction: The Supreme Court and the American Public. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 287-297 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Posner, Hon. Richard A. The Supreme Court and celebrity culture. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 299-305 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Topic 1: The Supreme Court and Technology

Bybee, Keith J. Open secret: why the Supreme Court has nothing to fear from the Internet. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 309-323 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Goldman, Jerry. The U.S. Supreme Court and information technology: from opacity to transparency in three easy steps. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 325-330 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Marder, Nancy S. The Court and the visual: images and artifacts in U.S. Supreme Court opinions. [Includes photographs.] 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 331-364 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Topic 2: Ideology, Neutrality, and Self-Deception: What the Supreme Court Says and What the Public Hears

Kahan, Dan M. Cognitive bias and the Constitution. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 367-410 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Simon, Dan and Nicholas Scurich. Judicial overstating. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 411-431 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Tyler, Tom and Margarita Krochik. Deference to authority as a basis for managing ideological conflict. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 433-453 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Shapiro, Carolyn. Claiming neutrality and confessing subjectivity in Supreme Court confirmation hearings. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 455-474 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Topic 3: Journalists' Insights

Mauro, Tony. Opinion announcements. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 477-484 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Topic 4: Beyond the Written Opinion: When Justices Speak to the Public

Schmidt, Christopher W. Beyond the opinion: Supreme Court justices and extrajudicial speech. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 487-526 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Newman, Katherine S. Kenneth M. Piper Lecture. The Great Recession and the pressure on workplace rights. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 529-549 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Stevens, Justice John Paul. The ninth vote in the "Stop the Beach" case. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 553-564 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Eseed, Jennifer Nimry. Note. The International Criminal Court's unjustified jurisdiction claims: Libya as a case study. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 567-592 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Becvar, Teresa M. Note. When does sleaze become a crime? Redefining honest services fraud after ... (Skilling v. United States, 130 S. Ct. 2896, 2010.) 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 593-620 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Baader, Jennifer L. Note. Permits for puddles? The constitutionality and necessity of proposed agency guidance clarifying Clean Water Act jurisdiction. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 621-655 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ammoura, Ali. Note. Banning the hijab in prisons: violations of incarcerated Muslim women's right to free exercise of religion. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 657-684 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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28 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Chen, Jim. La Constitucion de los Estados Unidos en Espanol: un servicio para el pueblo Americano. 28 Const. Comment. 347-381 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Book Review Symposium. Ordered Liberty: Three Views and a Response. 28 Const. Comment. 383-449 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Massaro, Toni M. Some realism about constitutional liberalism. (Reviewing James E. Fleming and Linda C. McClain, Ordered Liberty: Rights, Responsibilities, and Virtues.) 28 Const. Comment. 383-406 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kersch, Ken I. Bringing it all back home? (Reviewing James E. Fleming and Linda C. McClain, Ordered Liberty: Rights, Responsibilities, and Virtues.) 28 Const. Comment. 407-419 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Greene, Abner S. State speech and political liberalism. (Reviewing James E. Fleming and Linda C. McClain, Ordered Liberty: Rights, Responsibilities, and Virtues.) 28 Const. Comment. 421-433 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Fleming, James E. and Linda C. McClain. Ordered Liberty: a response to three views. 28 Const. Comment. 435-449 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gelman, Sheldon. The Court-packing controversy. (Reviewing Jeff Shesol, Supreme Power: Franklin Roosevelt vs. The Supreme Court.) 28 Const. Comment. 451-518 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Scheuerman, William E. Barack Obama's war on terror. (Reviewing Jack Goldsmith, Power and Constraint: The Accountable Presidency After 9/11.) 28 Const. Comment. 519-537 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Fleming, James E. The new originalist manifesto. (Reviewing Lawrence B. Solum and Robert W. Bennett, Constitutional Originalism: A Debate.) 28 Const. Comment. 539-560 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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11 DEPAUL BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, WINTER, 2013.

Lae, Elina M. Board independence in light of the Murdoch News Corporation scandal. 11 DePaul Bus. & Com. L.J. 169-203 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Trautman, Lawrence J. Who qualifies as an audit committee financial expert under SEC regulations and NYSE rules? 11 DePaul Bus. & Com. L.J. 205-235 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Nasr, John A. Selling assets free and clear of an interest in property under Section 363(f): an examination of the TWA and Chrysler bankruptcies and successor liability issues. 11 DePaul Bus. & Com. L.J. 237-261 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gerber, Benjamin. Note. The applicability of deepening insolvency as a claim against the management of nonprofit corporations. (In re Lemington Home for the Aged, 659 F.3d 282, 2011.) 11 DePaul Bus. & Com. L.J. 263-289 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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23 DEPAUL JOURNAL OF ART, TECHNOLOGY & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Frankel, Simon J. and student Ethan Forrest. Museums' initiation of declaratory judgment actions and assertion of statutes of limitations in response to Nazi-era art restitution claims--a defense. 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 279-337 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Leventhal, Richard M. and Brian I. Daniels. "Orphaned objects," ethical standards, and the acquisition of antiquities. 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 339-361 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Reed, Victoria. Due diligence, provenance research, and the acquisition process at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. [Includes photograph.] 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 363-373 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kiwara-Wilson, Salome. Student article. Restituting colonial plunder: the case for the Benin bronzes and ivories. 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 375-425 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Shield, Jennifer M. Legislative update. Curator Congress: how proposed legislation adds protection to cultural object loans from foreign states. 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 427-462 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Vidackovic, Vanja. Case note. Christian Louboutin v. Yves Saint Laurent: "trademark use" stomps its red heels on "likelihood of confusion." (Christian Louboutin S.A. v. Yves Saint Laurent Am., Inc., 778 F. Supp. 2d 445, 2011.) 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 463-490 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Galligan, Christopher Bingham. Case summary. (Federal Trade Commission v. Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 677 F.3d 1298, 2012.) 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 491-509 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Reeks, Melissa S. Case summary. (In re Beineke, 690 F.3d 1344, 2012.) 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 511-523 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

2013 DePaul University College of Law Cultural Heritage Moot Court Competition. 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 525-577 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

DePaul University College of Law. Competition Problem. 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 525-546 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

University of Michigan Law School. Best Brief. 23 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 547-577 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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101 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL, NO. 5, JUNE, 2013.

Abel, Jonathan. Ineffective assistance of library: the failings and the future of prison law libraries. 101 Geo. L.J. 1171-1215 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Horton, David. Federal Arbitration Act preemption, purposivism, and state public policy. 101 Geo. L.J. 1217-1273 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lash, Kurt T. The origins of the Privileges or Immunities Clause, part III: Andrew Johnson and the constitutional referendum of 1866. 101 Geo. L.J. 1275-1335 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Livermore, Michael A, and Richard L. Revesz. Regulatory review, capture, and agency inaction. 101 Geo. L.J. 1337-1398 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Erickson-Muschko, Sarah. Note. Beyond individual status: the clear statement rule and the scope of the AUMF detention authority in the United States. 101 Geo. L.J. 1399-1425 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Windsor, Lindsay. Note. James Bond, Inc.: private contractors and covert action. 101 Geo. L.J. 1427-1453 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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126 HARVARD LAW REVIEW, NO. 8, JUNE, 2013.

Leong, Nancy. Racial capitalism. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2151-2226 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Huang, Bert I. Shallow signals. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2227-2288 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dubler, Ariela R. All unhappy families: tales of old age, rational actors, and the disordered life. (Reviewing Hendrik Hartog, Someday All This Will Be Yours: A History of Inheritance and Old Age.) 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2289-2311 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Goluboff, Risa. Lawyers, law, and the new civil rights history. (Reviewing Kenneth W. Mack, Representing the Race: The Creation of the Civil Rights Lawyer.) 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2312-2335 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Note. Recasting the U.S. International Trade Commission's role in the patent system. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2337-2358 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Note. Juvenile Miranda waiver and parental rights. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2359-2380 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Note. The province of the jurist: judicial resistance to expert testimony on eyewitnesses as institutional rivalry. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2381-2402 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Note. Proposing a locally driven entrepreneur visa. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2403-2424 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Recent cases. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2425-2486 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Recent publications. 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2487-2488 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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10 INDIANA HEALTH LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, PP. 1-288, 2013.

Mariner, Wendy K. McDonald-Merrill-Ketcham Memorial Award Lecture. Did legal education fail health reform? And how health law can help. 10 Ind. Health L. Rev. 1-37 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Drabiak-Syed, Katherine. Granular control of EHRs to overcome fragmented disclosure law: how policy choices for granularity will affect clinical care, impact secondary use of health information, and alter risks for patients and providers. 10 Ind. Health L. Rev. 39-73 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Shuster, Kenneth. Because of history, philosophy, the Constitution, fairness & need: why Americans have a right to national health care. 10 Ind. Health L. Rev. 75-116 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Swanson, Amanda. 510(k) clearance: opportunities to incentivize medical device safety through comparative effectiveness research. 10 Ind. Health L. Rev. 117-173 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

James, Alyssa. Note. Gestational surrogacy agreements: why Indiana should honor them and what physicians should know until they do. 10 Ind. Health L. Rev. 175-210 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Opsahl, Kimberly A. Note. Using integrated care to meet the challenge of the ADA's integration mandate: is managed long-term care the key to addressing access to services? 10 Ind. Health L. Rev. 211-247 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Stout, Lindsey. Note. Negligent credentialing as a cause of action in Indiana medical malpractice litigation. 10 Ind. Health L. Rev. 249-287 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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9 JOURNAL OF HEALTH & BIOMEDICAL LAW, NO. 2, PP. 159-384, 2013.

Gordon, Alexandra A. Editor's note. 9 J. Health & Biomed. L. i-ii (2013).

Eggen, Jean Macchiaroli. Navigating between Scylla and Charybdis: preemption of medical device "parallel claims." 9 J. Health & Biomed. L. 159-212 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Pope, Thaddeus Mason. Clinicians may not administer life-sustaining treatment without consent: civil, criminal, and disciplinary sanctions. 9 J. Health & Biomed. L. 213-296 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Engel, Robert M. Note. The Americans with Disabilities Act and its effect on historical preservation and public transportation. 9 J. Health & Biomed. L. 297-333 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Busch, Delaney M. Case comment. Constitutional law--Fourth Circuit cuts the cord: anti- abortion disclosure law violates First Amendment freedom of speech. (Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns, Inc. v. Mayor & City Council, 683 F.3d 539, 2012.) 9 J. Health & Biomed. L. 335-353 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Days, Emma J. Case comment. Tort law--general practitioner not held to heightened duty when providing incidental mental and emotional counseling to patient. (Thierfelder v. Wolfert, 52 A.3d 1251, 2012.) 9 J. Health & Biomed. L. 355-367 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Durlacher, Katherine. Case comment. Administrative health care law--Fifth Circuit errs in denying Louisiana outpatient abortion facilities' challenges to licensing law amendments. (Choice, Inc. v. Greenstein, 691 F.3d 710, 2012.) 9 J. Health & Biomed. L. 369-394 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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21 JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY, NO. 2, PP. 283-772, 2013.

Symposium. Authorship Attribution Workshop. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 283-576 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Solan, Lawrence M. Preface. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 283-285 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Juola, Patrick. Stylometry and immigration: a case study. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 287-298 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Argamon, Shlomo and Moshe Koppel. A systemic functional approach to automated authorship analysis. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 299-315 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Koppel, Moshe, Jonathan Schler and Shlomo Argamon. Authorship attribution: what's easy and what's hard? 21 J.L. & Pol'y 317-331 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Chaski, Carole. Best practices and admissibility of forensic author identification. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 333-376 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Vogel, Carl. Attribution of mutual understanding. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 377-420 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Stamatatos, Efstathios. On the robustness of authorship attribution based on character n-gram features. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 421-439 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Coulthard, Malcolm. On admissible linguistic evidence. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 441-466 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Grant, Tim. TXT 4N6: method, consistency, and distinctiveness in the analysis of SMS text messages. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 467-494 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Turell, M. Teresa and Nuria Gavalda. Towards an index of idiolectal similitude (or distance) in forensic authorship analysis. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 495-514 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Koehler, Jonathan J. Linguistic confusion in court: evidence from the forensic sciences. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 515-539 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cheng, Edward K. Being pragmatic about forensic linguistics. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 541-550 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Solan, Lawrence M. Intuition versus algorithm: the case of forensic authorship attribution. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 551-576 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Blander, Adam. Note. Codifying common law: the self-critical analysis privilege and the New Jersey Patient Safety Act. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 577-629 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Giller, David. Note. Implied preemption and its effect on local hydrofracking bans in New York. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 631-677 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mao, Florence Z. Comment. Is litigation your final answer? Why the Healthy Workplace Bill should include an ADR provision. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 679-723 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Merry, Sarah. Note. "Eye see you": how criminal defendants have utilized the nerd defense to influence jurors' perceptions. 21 J.L. & Pol'y 725-772 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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11 JOURNAL ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW, NO. 1, PP. 1-350, 2013.

Boesel, Lauren. From the Editor. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. xi-xii (2013).

The Technology of Privacy. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 1-250 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Landau, Susan. The large immortal machine and the ticking time bomb. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 1-43 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cooper, Mark. Why growing up is hard to do: institutional challenges for Internet governance in the "quarter-life crisis" of the digital revolution. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 45-133 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Doty, Nick and Deirdre K. Mulligan. Internet multistakeholder processes and techno- policy standards. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 135-182 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Sallet, Jonathan. The creation of value: the value circle and evolving market structures. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 185-241 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Taplin, Jonathan. Has the digital revolution led to cultural devolution? 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 243-250 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Andersen, Holly. Note. A website owner's practical guide to the Wayback Machine. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 251-277 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Boulden, Sarah. Note. The business of startup law: alternative fee arrangements and agency costs in entrepreneurial law. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 279-304 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cannon, Samuel C. Note. Terrorizing WikiLeaks: why the embargo against WikiLeaks will fail. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 305-324 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lee, Anne J. Note. The legality of state protectionist laws against legal process outsourcing. 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 325-350 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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96 MARQUETTE LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Hornsby, Anne Sikes. Roadblock to recovery: how FEMA's liability insurance mandate denies low-income disaster survivors essential transportation benefits. 96 Marq. L. Rev. 735-791 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mason, Caleb and Jessica Berch. The Confrontation Clause and the Border Patrol: applying the "primary purpose" test to multifunction agencies. 96 Marq. L. Rev. 793-831 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Anzivino, Ralph C. The Wisconsin Consumer Act: territorial considerations. 96 Marq. L. Rev. 833-862 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jalloh, Charles Chernor. Prosecuting those bearing "greatest responsibility": the lessons of the Special Court for Sierra Leone. 96 Marq. L. Rev. 863-911 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Koutnik, Michael G. Comment. Long live life settlements: the current status and proposed direction of the life settlement market. 96 Marq. L. Rev. 913-951 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ellison, Kurt F. Comment. Getting out of the funk: how Wisconsin courts can protect against the threat to impartial jury trials. 96 Marq. L. Rev. 953-992 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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72 MARYLAND LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 607-1076, 2013.

Sterling, Robin Walker. Fundamental unfairness: In re Gault and the road not taken. 72 Md. L. Rev. 607-681 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Pasquale, Frank. Grand bargains for big data: the emerging law of health information. 72 Md. L. Rev. 682-772 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Osofsky, Hari M, and Hannah J. Wiseman. Dynamic energy federalism. 72 Md. L. Rev. 773- 843 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cuauhtemoc Garcia Hernandez, Cesar. Strickland-lite: Padilla's two-tiered duty for noncitizens. 72 Md. L. Rev. 844-930 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

D'Ottavio, Kari E. Comment. Deferred action for childhood arrivals: why granting driver's licenses to DACA beneficiaries makes constitutional and political sense. 72 Md. L. Rev. 931-966 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wase, Alana M. Comment. Climate change impacts and NEPA: overcoming the remote and speculative defense. (New York v. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 681 F.3d 471, 2012.) 72 Md. L. Rev. 967-996 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Pan, Ber-An. Comment. The evolving Fourth Amendment: United States v. Jones, the information cloud, and the right to exclude. (United States v. Jones, 132 S. Ct. 945, 2011.) 72 Md. L. Rev. 997-1038 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Barnard, Nicole M. Note. Astrue v. Capato: regulating posthumously conceived children to second-class citizens. (Astrue v. Capato, 132 S. Ct. 2021, 2012.) 72 Md. L. Rev. 1039- 1076 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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19 MICHIGAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Argento, Zoe. Whose social network account? A trade secret approach to allocating rights. 19 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 201-278 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cahoy, Daniel, Joel Gehman and Zhen Lei. Fracking patents: the emergence of patents as information-containment tools in shale drilling. 19 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 279- 330 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Simon, Brenda M. The implications of technological advancement for obviousness. 19 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 331-377 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

O'Connor, Sean M. The real issues behind Stanford v. Roche: faulty conceptions of university assignment policies stemming from the 1947 Biddle Report. 19 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 379-422 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cork, Sarah M. Note. Interpreting biological similarity: ongoing challenges for diverse decision makers. 19 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 423-460 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Burnett, Jerusha. Note. Geographically restricted streaming content and evasion of geolocation: the applicability of the copyright anticircumvention rules. 19 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 461-488 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Liu, Xun (Michael). Note. Joinder under the AIA: shifting non-practicing entity patent assertions away from small businesses. 19 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 489-514 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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22 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, NO. 2, SUMMER, 2013.

The Future of Warfare: The Law of Tomorrow's Battlefields. 22 Minn. J. Int'l L. 282-387 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jensen, Eric Talbot. Future war, future law. 22 Minn. J. Int'l L. 282-323 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rona, Gabor. A tour de horizon of issues on the agenda of the Mercenaries Working Group. 22 Minn. J. Int'l L. 324-346 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Weissbrodt, David. Cyber-conflict, cyber-crime, and cyber-espionage. 22 Minn. J. Int'l L. 347-387 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bishop, Anna. Note. Failure of complementarity: the future of the International Criminal Court following the Libyan admissibility challenge. 22 Minn. J. Int'l L. 388-421 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Willborn, Emily. Note. Extraterritorial enforcement and prosecutorial discretion in the FCPA: a call for international prosecutorial factors. 22 Minn. J. Int'l L. 422-452 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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91 NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, MAY, 2013.

Klass, Alexandra B. Takings and transmission. 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1079-1160 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Miller, Colin. The justice of the peace?: why Federal Rule of Evidence 404(a)(2)(C) should be repealed. 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1161-1217 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Robertson, Cassandra Burke. The right to appeal. 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1219-1281 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rossi, Jim and Thomas Hutton. Federal preemption and clean energy floors. 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1283-1356 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Latifi, S. Yasir. Comment. Bathrooms, burn pits, and battlefield torts: the need for a particularized, contextual approach to the combatant activities exception after Saleh and Al Shimari. 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1357-1403 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Fiss, Rebecca A. Recent development. When "it depends" isn't good enough: the problems caused by the Supreme Court of North Carolina's decision in ... (State v. Mbacke, 721 S.E.2d 218, 2012.) 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1404-1436 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Polonsky, Joseph T. Recent development. Not cutting it: the Fourth Circuit's misapplication of Section 4B1.2(a)(2) of the Sentencing Guidelines in ... (Mobley v. United States, 687 F.3d 625, 2012, cert. denied, 133 S. Ct. 888, 2013.) 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1437-1461 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Roche, Edward F. Recent development. Due process by proxy: United States v. Brehm and the problem of extraterritorial jurisdiction over foreign nationals. (United States v. Brehm, 691 F.3d 547, cert. denied, 133 S. Ct. 808, 2012.) 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1463-1496 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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74 OHIO STATE LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, PP. 189-374, 2013.

Heyman, Susan B. The quiet period in a noisy world: rethinking securities regulation and corporate free speech. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 189-239 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Manta, Irina D. Hedonic trademarks. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 241-283 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Zipkin, Saul. A common law court in a regulatory world. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 285-337 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Elzein, Ranya. Note. If you are going to do it, then do it right: the case for videotaping lethal injections. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 339-374 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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5 REGENT JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY, NO. 1, SPRING, 2013.

Toberty, Rachel K., Editor-in-Chief. Foreword. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y unpaged (2013).

Hewitt, Hugh. The coming immigration debate. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 1-9 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Davids, James A. The Establishment Clause and public funding of religious colleges. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 11-83 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bursch, Jennifer L. and student Cassie Cox. Qualified immunity and the application of Pearson: C.F. ex rel. Farnan v. Capistrano Unified School District. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 85-109 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Casey, Samuel B., David B. Waxmam and Amy T. Pedagno. No girls allowed: sex-selective abortion and a guide to banning it in the United States. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 111- 168 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Suhr, Daniel R. Inspiring great lives in the law. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 169-207 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

St. John, Jeffrey and student Julia Gray Walter. Excluding history: the ahistorical moorings of the Exclusionary Rule. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 209-234 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Adams, Anna. Student article. Strictly irrational scrutiny: a fresh perspective on the constitutional analysis used in sexual orientation anti-discrimination cases. 5 Regent J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 235-255 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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6 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF HEALTH LAW & POLICY, NO. 2, PP. 201-462, 2013.

Ledden, Katherine B. Editor's note. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y unpaged (2013).

Health Reform: The Act, Decision and Election. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 201- 387 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Johnson, Sandra H. Looking back and looking forward: celebrating anniversaries by anticipating the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 201-211 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Starr, Paul. Law and the fog of healthcare: complexity and uncertainty in the struggle over health policy. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 213-228 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Greaney, Thomas L. Controlling Medicare costs: moving beyond inept administered pricing and ersatz competition. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 229-246 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Watson, Sidney D. Embracing Justice Roberts' "new Medicaid." 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 247-265 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Clark, Brietta. A moral mandate & the meaning of choice: conceiving the Affordable Care Act after NFIB. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 267-327 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rosenbaum, Sara. Medicaid's next fifty years: aligning an old program with the new normal. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 329-353 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hall, Mark A. Employers' use of health insurance exchanges: lessons from Massachusetts. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 355-387 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ledden, Katherine B. Comment. A nudge in the right direction with a stick the size of CMS: physician-patient communication at the end of life. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 389-423 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Berland, Rachel P. Comment. Introducing patient scope of care: psychologists, psychiatrists, and the privilege to prescribe drugs. 6 St. Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 425-461 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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4 SAN DIEGO JOURNAL OF CLIMATE & ENERGY LAW, NO. , PP. 1-276, 2012-13.

Duane, Timothy P. and student Kiran H. Griffith. Legal, technical, and economic challenges in integrating renewable power generation into the electricity grid. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 1-67 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Eisen, Joel B. Who regulates the Smart Grid?: FERC's authority over demand response compensation in wholesale electricity markets. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 69-103 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gerrard, Michael B. Expedited approval of energy projects: toward assessing the forms of procedural relief. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 105-120 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ruhl, J.B. Harmonizing distributed energy and the Endangered Species Act. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 121-138 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Trisolini, Katherine A. Waste not, want not: landfill gas to energy projects, climate change, and the Clean Air Act. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 139-163 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wiseman, Hannah J. and Sara C. Bronin. Community-scale renewable energy. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 165-193 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Silva-Send, Nilmini. Climate change disputes at the World Trade Organization: national energy policies and international trade liability. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 195-223 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Botterill, Brittany D. Comment. South Africa's electricity crisis: the need to reconcile environmental policy decisions with international treaties. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 225-252 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dennis, Joshua P. Comment. The emergence of natural gas and the need for cooperative federalism to address a big "fracking" problem. 4 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 253- 275 (2012-13). [H]|[L]|[W]

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64 SOUTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

The Practice of Law in the Twenty-First Century: The Intersection of Law and Technology. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 459-763 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Norton, Hon. David C., Justin M. Woodard and Grace A. Cleveland. Fifty shades of sanctions: what hath The Goldsmith's Apprentice wrought? 64 S.C. L. Rev. 459-494 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Grimm, Hon. Paul W. and David S. Yellin. A pragmatic approach to discovery reform: how small changes can make a big difference in civil discovery. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 495- 535 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Withers, Kenneth J. Risk aversion, risk management, and the "overpreservation" problem in electronic discovery. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 537-580 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Crystal, Nathan M. Inadvertent production of privileged information in discovery in federal court: the need for well-drafted clawback agreements. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 581-631 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Yablon, Charles and student Nick Landsman-Roos. Predictive coding: emerging questions and concerns. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 633-679 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lambert, Wm. Grayson. Keeping the inference in the adverse inference instruction: ensuring the instruction is an effective sanction in electronic discovery cases. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 681-715 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Witte, Derek S. Bleeding data in a pool of sharks: the anathema of privacy in a world of digital sharing and electronic discovery. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 717-753 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hodges, Hon. Shiva V. A measured approach to e-discovery: a federal practitioner's guide to the civil and ethical rules governing e-discovery. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 755-763 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Appendix. 64 S.C. L. Rev. 765-780 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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46 SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 329-760, 2013.

Tolan, Patrick E., Jr. Compromising the safety net: how limiting tax deductions for high-income donors could undermine charitable organizations. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 329- 388 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Curry, Rebecca. Making law with lawsuits: understanding judicial review in campaign finance policy. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 389-449 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gallacher, Ian. "When numbers get serious": a study of plain English usage in briefs filed before the New York Court of Appeals. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 451-501 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Baldwin, Sarah J. Note. Choosing a home: when should children make autonomous choices about their home life? 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 503-528 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Beatty, Michele J. Note. Not a bad idea: the increasing need to clarify free appropriate public education provisions under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 529-549 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bednarz, Michael A. Note. Let's be frank: the future direction of controlling person liability remains uncertain. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 551-569 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bova, Anthony V. Note. What's the holdup? How bureaucratic obstacles are undercutting the true potential of American wind power. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 571-601 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lidington, Beth. Note. Massachusetts standing laws and zoning appeals: standing on shaky ground after ... (Kenner v. Zoning Board of Appeals, 944 N.E.2d 163, 2011.) 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 603-625 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McDonough, Patrick E. Note. Where good intentions go bad: redrafting the Massachusetts cyberbullying statute to protect student speech. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 627-672 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Patch, Emily L. Note. Online retailers battle with sales tax: a physical rule living in a digital world. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 673-700 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Walz, Eric J. Note. The star-spangled chamber: the venire's role in satisfying the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution. 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 701-720 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Salvaggio, Kristen. Case comment. Constitutional law--state funded use of religious facilities for public high school ceremonies violates the Establishment Clause. (Doe ex rel. Doe v. Elmbrook School District, 687 F.3d 840, petition for cert. filed, 81 U.S.L.W. 3371, 2012.) 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 721-728 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Coffin, Abbey P. Case comment. Antitrust law--rejecting the "scope of the patent" test in analysis of reverse payments in pharmaceutical industry. (In re K-Dur Antitrust Litigation, 686 F.3d 197, petition for cert. filed, 81 U.S.L.W. 3090, 2012; 81 U.S.L.W. 3090, 2012.) 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 729-738 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Haviland, Jane T. Case comment. Evidence--withholding original documents and producing copies for trial constitutes spoliation warranting adverse inference. (Bull v. United Parcel Service, Inc., 665 F.3d 68, 2012.) 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 739-748 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Burke, Andrew J. Case comment. Admiralty & maritime law--Ninth Circuit relocates "high seas" under Death on the High Seas Act. (Helman v. Alcoa Global Fasteners, Inc., 637 F.3d 986, 2011.) 46 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 749-759 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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80 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Bell, Abraham and Gideon Parchomovsky. Property lost in translation. 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 515-573 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Huq, Aziz Z. Tiers of scrutiny in enumerated powers jurisprudence. 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 575-656 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Nelson, Caleb. State and federal models of the interaction between statutes and unwritten law. 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 657-767 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Stephanopoulos, Nicholas O. Our electoral exceptionalism. 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 769-858 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Devins, Neal and Saikrishna B. Prakash. Reverse advisory opinions. 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 859-894 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lanahan, Maria A. Comment. Amongst the "waives": whether sovereign immunity for contractual damages is waived under the Public Vessels Act or the Suits in Admiralty Act. 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 895-934 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Chemerinsky, Erwin. The inescapability of constitutional theory. (Reviewing Hon. J. Harvie Wilkinson III, Cosmic Constitutional Theory: Why Americans Are Losing Their Inalienable Right to Self Governance.) 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. 935-952 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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38 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, FALL, 2012.

Special Issue: Articles on Legal Research and Writing. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 1-223 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Barnett-Rose, Rita. Reduce, reuse, and recycle: how using "recycled" simulations in an LRW course benefits students, LRW professors, and the relevant global community. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 1-32 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gustafson, Lindsey P. Blawgs can't do it all: let's save short, student-authored scholarship. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 33-56 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kehner, Alison Donahue and Mary Ann Robinson. Mission: impossible, mission: accomplished or mission: underway? A survey and analysis of current trends in professionalism education in American law schools. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 57-115 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Morgolis, Ellie and Kristen E. Murray. Say goodbye to the books: information literacy as the new legal research paradigm. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 117-156 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Berman, Micah L., Michael Freiberg and Julie Ralston Aoki. From Fenway Park to the Mall of America: a multi-collaborative approach to teaching and learning. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 157-173 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Murray, Michael D. For the love of parentheticals: the story of parenthetical usage in synthesis, rhetoric, economics, and narrative reasoning. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 175- 193 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Carpenter, Jacob M. Unique problems and creative solutions to assessing learning outcomes in transactional drafting courses: overcoming "the form book problem." 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 195-223 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Parcels, Breanne. Comment. Bringing back the bite: restoring teeth to Ohio's public records law. 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 225-249 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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51 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Stevens, Justice John Paul. Brandeis Lecture. Glittering generalities and historical myths. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 419-427 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rothstein, Laura. Disability discrimination law: the impact on legal education and the legal profession. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 429-433 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kurtz, Leslie A. Fictional characters and real people. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 435-482 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Sovern, Jeff. Law student laptop use during class for non-class purposes: temptation v. incentives. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 483-534 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rutledge, Thomas E. Shareholders are not fiduciaries: a positive and normative analysis of Kentucky law. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 535-567 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cancelosi, Susan E. What to do, what to do: employer health benefit plans during and after 2012's uncertainty. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 569-590 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lowry, Ben. Note. Subjective intent and the police-created exigency doctrine: the lawlessness of the lawfulness test. (Kentucky v. King, 131 S. Ct. 1849, 2011.) 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 591-627 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Smith, Amanda. Note. Sowing wild oats: bystander strict liability in tort applied to organic farm contamination by genetically modified seed. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 629- 646 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

O'Brien, Edward M. Note. Course corrections: House Bill 463 and reforming Kentucky's broken criminal justice system through evidence-based reinvestment strategies. 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 647-673 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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15 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, NO. 5, MAY, 2013.

Conway, Kyle S. Inherently or exclusively federal: constitutional preemption and the relationship between Public Law 280 and federalism. 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1323-1371 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Muller, John F. The constitutional incompleteness theorem. 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1373- 1454 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Allhoff, Hans. Membership and messages: the (il)logic of expressive association doctrine. 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1455-1501 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Simon, Sam. Winner of American Constitution Society's National Student Writing Competition. How statutes create rights: the case of the National Labor Relations Act. 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1503-1538 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Goetzl, Celia. Comment. Government mandated drug testing for welfare recipients: special need or unconstitutional condition? 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1539-1559 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jacoby, Jennifer Rose. Comment. Race-conscious charter schools and the antibalkinization perspective of equal protection. 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1561-1580 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Marlan, Dustin. Comment. Trademark takings: trademarks as constitutional property under the Fifth Amendment Takings Clause. 15 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1581-1629 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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161 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW, NO. 6, MAY, 2013.

The Evolving Internet. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1445-1771 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Benjamin, Stuart Minor. Algorithms and speech. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1445-1494 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wu, Tim. Machine speech. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1495-1533 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Burk, Dan L. Owning e-sports: proprietary rights in professional computer gaming. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1535-1578 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hurwitz, Justin (Gus). Trust and online interaction. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1579-1622 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Schwartz, Paul M. Information privacy in the cloud. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1623-1662 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Shelanski, Howard A. Information, innovation, and competition policy for the Internet. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1663-1705 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Yoo, Christopher S. Protocol layering and Internet policy. 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1707- 1771 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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47 VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, WINTER, 2013.

Feldman, Steven W. Rescission, restitution, and the principle of fair redress: a response to Professors Brooks and Stremitzer. 47 Val. U. L. Rev. 399-477 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Painter, Richard W. Tabor Lecture. Numerical half truths, human lies, and other distortions of truth. 47 Val. U. L. Rev. 479-497 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ramelb, Christine. Note. Public health care funding: the battle over Planned Parenthood. 47 Val. U. L. Rev. 499-535 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Sroka, Jennifer. Note. A mother yesterday, but not today: deficiencies of the Uniform Parentage Act for non-biological parents in same-sex relationships. 47 Val. U. L. Rev. 537-584 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Yoshino, Keiko Lynn. Note. Reevaluating the Equal Pay Act for the modern professional woman. 47 Val. U. L. Rev. 585-625 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Walsh, Ryan. Note. Extraterritorial confusion: the complex relationship between Bowman and Morrison and a revised approach to extraterritoriality. 47 Val. U. L. Rev. 627-675 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Boatman, Brittany. Comment. United States v. Jones: the foolish revival of the "trespass doctrine" in addressing GPS technology and the Fourth Amendment. (United States v. Jones, 132 S. Ct. 945, 2012.) 47 Val. U. L. Rev. 677-688 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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66 VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, APRIL, 2013.

Abebe, Daniel and Aziz Z. Huq. Foreign affairs federalism: a revisionist approach. 66 Vand. L. Rev. 723-794 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Barnett, Kent. Resolving the ALJ quandary. 66 Vand. L. Rev. 797-865 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

di Robilant, Anna. Property: a bundle of sticks or a tree? 66 Vand. L. Rev. 869-932 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jackson, Wesley C. Note. Life on streets and trails: Fourth Amendment rights for the homeless and the homeward bound. 66 Vand. L. Rev. 933-959 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McMichael, Benjamin J. Note. Constitutional limitations on punitive damages: ambiguous effects and inconsistent justifications. 66 Vand. L. Rev. 961-1013 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Winckel, Emilie. Note. Hardly a black-and-white matter: analyzing the validity and protection of single-color trademarks within the fashion industry. 66 Vand. L. Rev. 1015-1052 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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21 WILLIAM & MARY BILL OF RIGHTS JOURNAL, NO. 4, MAY, 2013.

Golden, Michael J. The dormant Second Amendment: exploring the rise, fall, and potential resurrection of independent state militias. 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1021-1079 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Chen, Daniel L. and Susan Yeh. Distinguishing between custom and law: empirical examples of endogeneity in property and First Amendment precedents. 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1081-1105 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gillen, Patrick T. A Winn for originalism puts Establishment Clause reform within reach. 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1107-1151 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Griffin, Lissa. International perspectives on correcting wrongful convictions: the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission. 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1153-1213 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Meyers, Terry L. Thinking about slavery at the College of William and Mary. [Includes illustration.] 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1215-1257 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ferris, Tiffany Marie Westfall. Note. Justices hawking Jesus: endorsement through citation to religious amici in Supreme Court opinions. 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1259- 1290 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wolf, Andrew J. Note. Detailing commercial speech: what pharmaceutical marketing reveals about bans on commercial speech. 21 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1291-1323 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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54 WILLIAM AND MARY LAW REVIEW, NO. 6, MAY, 2013.

Gugliuzza, Paul R. A Federal Circuit as a federal court. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1791- 1864 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Meares, Tracey L. The good cop: knowing the difference between lawful or effective policing and rightful policing--and why it matters. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1865-1886 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Velikonja, Urska. The cost of securities fraud. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1887-1957 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wasserman, Melissa F. The changing guard of patent law: Chevron deference for the PTO. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1959-2019 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Klein, David and Neal Devins. Dicta, schmicta: theory versus practice in lower court decision making. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2021-2054 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gill, Lindsey J. Note. Secure communities: burdening local law enforcement and undermining the U visa. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2055-2085 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kyle, Peter H. Note. Contracting for performance: restructuring the private prison market. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2087-2114 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Author index. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2115-2117 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Subject index. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2119-2127 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Table of cases. 54 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2129-2138 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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2013 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 265-692.

Symposium Issue: 30 Years of Institutional Analysis: A Celebration of Neil Komesar. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 265-692. [H]|[L]|[W]

Komesar, Neil. The logic of the law and the essence of economics: reflections on forty years in the wilderness. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 265-338. [H]|[L]|[W]

Coan, Andrew B. Judicial capacity and the conditional spending paradox. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 339-381. [H]|[L]|[W]

Cole, Daniel H. The varieties of comparative institutional analysis. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 383-409. [H]|[L]|[W]

Eskridge, William N., Jr. Expanding Chevron's domain: a comparative institutional analysis of the relative competence of courts and agencies to interpret statutes. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 411-454. [H]|[L]|[W]

Ghosh, Shubha. Komesar's razor: comparative institutional analysis in a world of networks. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 455-479. [H]|[L]|[W]

Goodwin, Michele. Law's limits: regulating statutory rape law. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 481-540. [H]|[L]|[W]

Poiares Maduro, Miguel. In search of a meaning and not in search of the meaning: judicial review and the Constitution in times of pluralism. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 541-563 [H]|[L]|[W]

Olszowka, Paul. Some observations of comparative institutional analysis in action. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 565-572. [H]|[L]|[W]

Rubin, Edward L. The illusion of property as a right and its reality as an imperfect alternative. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 573-606. [H]|[L]|[W]

Shaffer, Gregory. Comparative institutional analysis and a new legal realism. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 607-628. [H]|[L]|[W]

Skeel, David A., Jr. Institutional choice in an economic crisis. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 629-647. [H]|[L]|[W]

Swire, Peter. Finding the best of the imperfect alternatives for privacy, health IT, and cybersecurity. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 649-669. [H]|[L]|[W]

Wagner, Wendy. The participation-centered model meets administrative process. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 671-692. [H]|[L]|[W]

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