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These are the journals that appeared in the September 6, 2013 issue of CILP.
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40 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Cantrell, Michael A. Constitutional penumbras and prophylactic rights: the right to counsel and the "fruit of the poisonous tree." 40 Am. J. Crim. L. 111-144 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Green, Sally Terry. A presumptive in-custody analysis to police-conducted school interrogations. 40 Am. J. Crim. L. 145-172 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dery, George M. III. Florence and the machine: the Supreme Court upholds suspicionless strip searches resulting from computer error. 40 Am. J. Crim. L. 173-196 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gillis, Ben. Note. Understanding hate crime statutes and building towards a better system in Texas. 40 Am. J. Crim. L. 197-226 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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40 BOSTON COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 349-580, 2013.

Guercio, Lara D. Climate change adaptation and coastal property rights: a Massachusetts case study. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 349-401 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Global Environmental Constitutionalism. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 403-452 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gareau, Brian J. Foreword. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 403-408 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Executive Board. Professor Douglas Kysar's analysis of flaws in predictive international climate policy models. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 409-411 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wirth, David A. Engineering the climate: geoengineering as a challenge to international governance. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 413-437 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jasanoff, Sheila. A world of experts: science and global environmental constitutionalism. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 439-452 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Chen, Steven. Note. Keeping public use relevant in stadium eminent domain takings: the Massachusetts way. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 453-485 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mattern, Sara. Note. Municipal energy benchmarking legislation for commercial buildings: you can't manage what you don't measure. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 487-521 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Nampewo, Catharine. Note. Saving Mabira rainforest: using public interest litigation in Uganda to save Mabira and other rainforests. 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 523-552 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Griffin, William. Comment. Forcing the Bureau of Land Management to take a hard look: NEPA and the Roan Plateau. (Colorado Environmental Coalition v. Salazar, 875 F. Supp. 2d 1233, 2012.) 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 553-566 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Riordan, Charles. Comment. Barring the gates: timing and tailoring environmental standing and greenhouse gas regulation after CORRI v. EPA. (Coalition for Responsible Regulation, Inc. v. EPA, 684 F.3d 102, 2012.) 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 567-580 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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19 CARDOZO JOURNAL OF LAW & GENDER, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Toledano, Enbar. Student article. The looking-glass window: appearance-based discrimination in the workplace. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 683-714 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Appell, Annette Ruth. Accommodating childhood. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 715-779 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Muehlmeyer, Justin. Student article. Toward a new age of consumer access rights: creating space in the public accommodation for the LGBT community. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 781-819 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ayres, Sarah C. Student article. Expanding rape shield laws: breaking through prejudice for better protection of battered women. (Durham v. Metzger, 2012 WL 1556490, 2012.) 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 821-835 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Symposium: By the People, For the People...But Which People? 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 837-906 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Race to the Vote. Janai Nelson, moderator; Kristen Clarke, Keesha Gaskins, Ekow Yankah, panelists. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 837-863 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

The Ballot, the Bench, and the Bedroom. Edward Stein, moderator; Farah Diaz-Tello, Praveen Fernandes, Anna Franzonello, Jeremy K. Kessler, Gigi N. Parris, panelists. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 865-892 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Evans, Carrie. Keynote address. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 893-906 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Steinman, Claire. Note. Defamation and false rape claims: policies, attitudes, and suggested reform in the United States and the United Kingdom. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 907-932 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Chen, Alice X. Note. Crisis pregnancy centers: impeding the right to informed decision making. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 933-960 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kaplan, Madison. Note. The Goldilocks principle and informed consent in joint-spouse representation. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 961-988 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jacobs, Rachel. Note. Waiving goodbye to due process: the juvenile waiver system. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 989-1017 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Annotated legal bibliography on gender. 19 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 1019-1041 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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88 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 685-1086, 2013.

Justice, Lawyering and Legal Education in the Digital Age. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 687-967 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Staudt, Ronald W. and Marc Lauritsen. Introduction. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 687-693 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Staudt, Ronald W. and Andrew P. Medeiros. Access to justice and technology clinics: a 4% solution. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 695-727 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Johnson, Conrad and Brian Donnelly. If only we knew what we know. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 729-742 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rostain, Tanina, Roger Skalbeck and Kevin G. Mulcahy. Thinking like a lawyer, designing like an architect: preparing students for the 21st century practice. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 743-755 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Granat, Richard S. and Stephanie Kimbro. The teaching of law practice management and technology in law schools: a new paradigm. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 757-782 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ashley, Kevin D. Teaching law and digital age legal practice with an AI and law seminar. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 783-844 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Goodenough, Oliver R. Developing an e-curriculum: reflections on the future of legal education and on the importance of digital expertise. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 845-878 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Walker, Vern R. and students A.J. Durwin, Philip H. Hwang, Keith Langlais & Mycroft Boyd. Law schools as knowledge centers in the digital age. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 879-916 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hornsby, William E., Jr. Gaming the system: approaching 100% access to legal services through online games. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 917-944 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lauritsen, Marc. Liberty, justice, and legal automata. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 945-967 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Barnes, Dunstan H. Note. Technically speaking, does it matter? An empirical study linking the Federal Circuit judges' technical backgrounds to how they analyze the Section 112 enablement and written description requirements. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 971-1012 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Di, Yu. Note. Marriage is between a man and a woman and ... : latest evolution of marital residence regime in contemporary China. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 1013-1057 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rabanal, Alexander F.A. Note. Educating the underground: the constitutionality of non- residence based immigrant in-state tuition laws. 88 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 1059-1085 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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113 COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW, NO. 5, JUNE, 2013.

Vermeule, Adrian. Conventions of agency independence. 113 Colum. L. Rev. 1163-1238 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Anton, Jason D. Note. Defining "found in": constructive discovery and the crime of illegal reentry. 113 Colum. L. Rev. 1239-1282 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Grano, Aidan Taft. Note. Casual or coercive? Retention of identification in police- citizen encounters. 113 Colum. L. Rev. 1283-1321 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Huang, Bert I. Trial by preview. 113 Colum. L. Rev. 1323-1388 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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43 CUMBERLAND LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 375-678, 2012-2013.

Garrison, Arthur H. The history of executive branch legal opinions on the power of the President as Commander-in-Chief from Washington to Obama. 43 Cumb. L. Rev. 375-494 (2012-2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Martin, Rachel Stewart. Comment. Barenaked ladies and the bona fide occupational qualification: the intersection of gender and privacy in permissible sex discrimination. 43 Cumb. L. Rev. 495-527 (2012-2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Outlaw, Sarah. Comment. Will policy concerns invalidate Myriad Genetics' gene patents? A breakdown of various judicial approaches to analyzing patentable subject matter. 43 Cumb. L. Rev. 529-571 (2012-2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mills, Jon. Casenote. Constitutional law--Due Process Clause--the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment requires fair notice of what violates federal agency's indecency standards. (Fed. Commc'ns Comm'n v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., 132 S. Ct. 2307, 2012.) 43 Cumb. L. Rev. 573-589 (2012-2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Callaway, Joseph. Casenote. Constitutional law--preemption--federal law preempts sections of Arizona's Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act. (Arizona v. United States, 132 S.Ct. 2492, 2012.) 43 Cumb. L. Rev. 591-607 (2012-2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Eleventh Circuit: Survey of Recent Decisions. 43 Cumb. L. Rev. 609-678 (2012-2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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41 DENVER JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Keane, David and Valentina Azarov. UNESCO, Palestine and archeology in conflict. 41 Denv. J. Intl'l L. & Pol'y 309-344 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Anderson, Glen. Unilateral non-colonial secession in international law and declaratory General Assembly resolutions: textual content and legal effects. 41 Denv. J. Intl'l L. & Pol'y 345-395 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gulati, Jasmeet and student Ivan Khosa. Humanitarian intervention: to protect state sovereignty. 41 Denv. J. Intl'l L. & Pol'y 397-416 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Buenger, Michael L. The EU's ETS and global aviation: why "local rules" still matter and may matter even more in the future. 41 Denv. J. Intl'l L. & Pol'y 417-465 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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62 DEPAUL LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Symposium. Class Action Rollback? Wal-Mart v. Dukes and the Future of Class Action Litigation. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 653-855 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Burrichter, Christopher S. Introduction. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 653-657 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Malveaux, Suzette M. The power and promise of procedure: examining the class action landscape after Wal-Mart v. Dukes. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 659-673 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Fata, Anthony F. Doomsday delayed: how the Court's party-neutral clarification of class certification standards in Wal-Mart v. Dukes actually helps plaintiffs. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 675-692 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hubbard, William H.J. Optimal class size, Dukes, and the funny thing about Shady Grove. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 693-709 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McCormick, Marcia L. Implausible injuries: Wal-Mart v. Dukes and the future of class actions and employment discrimination cases. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 711-732 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Perry, Mark A. Issue certification under Rule 23(c)(4): a reappraisal. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 733-744 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bronte, Patricia, George Robot and student Darin M. Williams. "Carving at the joint": the precise function of Rule 23(c)(4). 62 DePaul L. Rev. 745-758 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Schoenbaum, Naomi. The family and the market at Wal-Mart. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 759-790 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Trask, Andrew J. Reactions to Wal-Mart v. Dukes: litigation strategy and legal change. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 791-816 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wexler, Lesley. Extralegal whitewashes. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 817-855 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

DiBartolomeo, Angelo. Comment. Department of Justice not defending the Defense of Marriage Act: politically significant, legally irrelevant? 62 DePaul L. Rev. 857-879 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lenihan, Mark W. Comment. Major League Soccer scores an own goal: a successful joint venture attains market power in an international sport. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 881-913 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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23 DUKE JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE & INTERNATIONAL LAW, NO. 2, WINTER, 2013.

Clopton, Zachary D. Extraterritoriality and extranationality: a comparative study. 23 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 217-265 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Waters, Timothy William. Misplaced boldness: the avoidance of substance in the International Court of Justice's Kosovo opinion. 23 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 267-333 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Collins-Wood, Johanna R. Note. Religion: individual expression or intertwined with culture? Free exercise jurisprudence in the United States and Great Britain. 23 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 335-364 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cronogue, Graham. Note. Rebels, negligent support, and state accountability: holding states accountable for the human rights violations of non-state actors. 23 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 365-388 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cameron, Edwin. Annual Herbert L. Bernstein Lecture in International and Comparative Law. Constitutionalism, rights, and international law: the Glenister decision. 23 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 389-409 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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14 FLORIDA COASTAL LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, FALL, 2012.

#Digital Expressions: Exploring Free Speech in Cyberspace. 14 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 1-190 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Levy, Paul Alan. Developments in Dendrite. 14 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 1-54 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jerry, Robert H. II and Lyrissa Lidsky. Public forum 2.1: public higher education institutions and social media. 14 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 55-98 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lipton, Jacqueline D. Cyberbullying and the First Amendment. 14 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 99-130 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Robinson, Eric P. The wired jury: an early examination of courts' reactions to jurors' use of electronic extrinsic evidence. 14 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 131-190 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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23 FORDHAM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL, NO. 4, SUMMER, 2013.

Hick, Darren Hudson. Appropriation and transformation. 23 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1155-1195 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rose, Simone A. The Supreme Court and patents: moving toward a postmodern vision of "progress"? 23 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1197-1247 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

VerSteeg, Russ. Reexamining Two Pesos, Qualitex, & Wal-Mart: a different approach...or perhaps just old Abercrombie wine in a new bottle? 23 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1249-1310 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kulesza, Joanna and Roy Balleste. Signs and portents in cyberspace: the rise of jus Internet as a new order in international law. 23 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1311-1349 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Khatibifar, Tania. Note. The need for a patent-centric standard of antitrust review to evaluate reverse payment settlements. 23 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1351- 1394 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Marcucci, Matthew A. Note. Navigating unfamiliar terrain: reconciling conflicting impressions of China's intellectual property regime in an effort to aid foreign right holders. 23 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1395-1439 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Marimon, Nicole. Note. Shutting down the turbine: how the news industry and news aggregators can coexist in a post-Barclays v. Theflyonthewall.com world. 23 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1441-1489 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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24 GEORGETOWN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2012.

Ferrey, Steven. Virtual "nets" and law: power navigates the Supremacy Clause. 24 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 267-323 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Yang, Tseming and Xuehua Zhang. Public participation in environmental enforcement ... with Chinese characteristics?: a comparative assessment of China's environmental complaint mechanism. 24 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 325-366 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jeutner, Valentin. Water claims of a Palestinian state under the principles of international law. 24 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 367-386 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Slobodian, Lydia N. Note. Obligations to transgenerational groups: a justification for sustainable environmental policy. 24 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 387-411 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lewis, David A. Note. Tradable flood mitigation permits: concept and application in the Rhine River Basin. 24 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 413-447 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Crowe, Kathleen. Note. Cleaning up the mess: forum non conveniens and civil liability for large-scale transnational environmental disasters. 24 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 449- 476 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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11 GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY, PP. 279-479, 2013.

The Ethics of Bailouts and Government Support of Corporations: Public Benefit or Crony Capitalism? 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 279-479 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hasnas, John. Foreword to The Ethics of Bailouts and Government Support of Corporations: Public Benefit or Crony Capitalism? 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 279-282 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Justice, Rights, and Bailouts

Cudd, Ann E. A contractarian approach to corporate bailouts. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 283-300 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Sepinwall, Amy J. Responsibility, repair and redistribution in the wake of the financial crisis. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 301-315 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Brennan, Jason. The right to good faith: how crony capitalism delegitimizes the administrative state. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 317-334 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bailouts in Context

Huemer, Michael. The true costs of government bailouts. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 335-348 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ciepley, David. The corporation is always already government-supported, and so is bankruptcy. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 349-369 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Schmidtz, David. Adam Smith on the dark side of capitalism. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 371-389 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bailouts: Cronyism or Public Benefit?

Eisner, Marc Allen. Before the third act: crony capitalism and the origins of the financial crisis. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 391-410 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Friedman, Marilyn. To bail out or not to bail out: moral hazard and other ethical considerations. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 411-426 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Morris, Christopher. Corrupt capitalism and institutional reform: some worries. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 427-432 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

The Implications of Bailouts

Munger, Michael C. and Richard M. Salsman. Is "too big to fail" too big? 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 433-456 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Boyd, Richard. Bringing the GSE's back in?: bailouts, U.S. housing policy, and the moral case for Fannie Mae. 11 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 457-479 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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29 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, SUMMER, 2013.

Dorf, Michael C. 2013 Henry J. Miller Distinguished Lecture. Commerce, death panels, and broccoli: or why the activity/inactivity distinction in the health care case was really about the right to bodily integrity. 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 897-919 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Symposium. Not a Drop to Drink: Water Rights in America. 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 921-1062 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McKenzie, Scott. A river runs through it: the future of the Columbia River Treaty, water rights, development, and climate change. 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 921-958 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jones, Lewis B., John L. Fortuna and Karen M. Johnston. Updating twentieth century water projects to meet twenty-first century needs: lessons from the Tri-State Water Wars. 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 959-986 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rowberry, Ryan. Drinking from the same cup: federal reserved water rights and national parks in the Eastern United States. 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 987-1023 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hamann, Richard. Can the Endangered Species Act save the Apalachicola? 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 1025-1062 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wehunt, Jesika S. Note. Drawing the line: DNA databasing at arrest and sample expungement. 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 1063-1091 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Carmichael, Katrina. Note. The unconstitutional torture of an American by the U.S. military: is there a remedy under Bivens? 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 1093-1127 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ruffin, Chase. Note. You don't have to, but it's in your best interest: requiring express ideological statements as conditions on federal funding. 29 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 1129-1161 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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6 GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Sidelnikov, Vadim and Dawn Withers, Editors. In this edition. 6 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 217-219 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Austin, Anthony A. Where will all the waste go?: utilizing extended producer responsibility framework laws to achieve zero waste. 6 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 221- 257 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hearns, Glen and Richard Kyle Paisley. Lawyers write treaties, engineers build dikes, gods of weather ignore both: making transboundary waters agreements relevant, flexible, and resilient in a time of global climate change. 6 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 259-294 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wheeler, Garrett. Comment. A feasible alternative: the legal implications of aquaculture in the United States and the promise of sustainable urban aquaculture systems. 6 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 295-320 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Trimming, Tovah R. Comment. Derailing Powder River Basin coal exports: legal mechanisms to regulate fugitive coal dust from rail transportation. 6 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 321-345 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Graf, Andrew J. Comment. Great white shark bycatch reduction problems in the California/Oregon Drift Gillnet Fishery. 6 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 347-365 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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16 GREEN BAG, NO. 1, AUTUMN, 2012.

passim. Flip book. Streak along with an ambulance. [Illustration.] 16 Green Bag (2012).

Ex ante. [Includes illustration.] 16 Green Bag 1-5 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Carter, Edward L. and Edward E. Adams. Misjoinder and the mysterious opinion. 16 Green Bag 7-8 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Peschel, John L. Enjoyed but not enjoined. 16 Green Bag 9-10 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Aiken, Julian, Femi Cadmus and Fred Shapiro. Not your parents' law library: a tale of two academic law libraries. [Includes photographs.] 16 Green Bag 13-22 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Matetsky, Ira Brad. The Harlan Fund. [Includes photographs.] 16 Green Bag 23-33 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Orth, John V. Charles Dickens and the sovereign debt crisis. 16 Green Bag 35-41 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rostron, Allen. Factoids. 16 Green Bag 43-50 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wilkinson, J. Harvie III. The lost arts of judicial restraint. 16 Green Bag 51-57 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Davies, Ross E. The popular prosecutor: Mr. District Attorney and the television stars of American law. 16 Green Bag 61-68 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Unknown. The case of the racket witness. [Includes illustration.] 16 Green Bag 69-108 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kerr, Orin S. A theory of law. 16 Green Bag 111 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Acknowledgements, credits & featured books. 16 Green Bag 113 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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64 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL, NO. 4, MAY, 2013.

Gilchrist, Gregory M. Condemnation without basis: an expressive failure of corporate prosecutions. 64 Hastings L.J. 1121-1169 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Reilly, Peter. Resistance is not futile: harnessing the power of counter-offensive tactics in legal persuasion. 64 Hastings L.J. 1171-1227 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Chabot, Christine Kexel. A long view of the Senate's influence over Supreme Court appointments. 64 Hastings L.J. 1229-1272 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hudson, Blake and Jonathan Rosenbloom. Uncommon approaches to common problems: nested governance commons and climate change. 64 Hastings L.J. 1273-1342 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ren, Patience. Note. The fate of BitTorrent John Does: a civil procedure analysis of copyright litigation. 64 Hastings L.J. 1343-1379 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Biolo, Justin. Note. Thank you, servicemember! But your process is in another forum: the misuse of civilian jurisprudence to inform UCMJ rights. 64 Hastings L.J. 1381-1402 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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8 I/S: A JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY FOR THE INFORMATION SOCIETY, NO. 3, WINTER, 2013.

Symposium: The Future of Online Journalism. 8 I/S 469-647 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Shane, Peter M. The Future of Online Journalism: news, community, and democracy in the digital age. 8 I/S 469-479 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Morgan, Fiona. The stories not told: a case study of the information needs of Siler City, North Carolina. 8 I/S 481-529 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Barry, Patrick. Mapping online streams of local news. 8 I/S 531-542 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Schaffer, Jan. Innovations in the delivery of online local news. 8 I/S 543-563 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Socolar, Paul. Philadelphia Public School Notebook: re-envisioning the urban education beat with an eye on impact. 8 I/S 565-573 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Davey, Christopher J. The future of online legal journalism: the courts speak only through their opinions? 8 I/S 575-603 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Stroud, Natalie Jomini and Ashley Muddiman. Exposure to news and diverse views in the Internet age. 8 I/S 605-623 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hobbs, Renee. The blurring of art, journalism, and advocacy: confronting 21st century propaganda in a world of online journalism. 8 I/S 625-637 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Tofel, Richard J. Keynote remarks: ProPublica and journalism in the public interest. 8 I/S 639-647 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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46 INDIANA LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 265-556, 2013.

Alexandre, Michele. Justice Kagan's presidential administration and bioengineered foods: making the case for congressional guidance as a check to presidential policy setting. 46 Ind. L. Rev. 256-310 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Anderson, Heidi Reamer. Plotting privacy as intimacy. 46 Ind. L. Rev. 311-340 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Broyles, D. Scott. Doubting Thomas: Justice Clarence Thomas's effort to resurrect the Privileges or Immunities Clause. 46 Ind. L. Rev. 341-385 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gandert, Daniel, et al. The intersection of women's Olympic sport and intersex athletes: a long and winding road. 46 Ind. L. Rev. 387-423 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Power, Robert C. The Wire and alternative stories of law and inequality. 46 Ind. L. Rev. 425-487 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wald, Judge Patricia M. Commencement address -- May 12, 2012. 46 Ind. L. Rev. 489-498 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kochert, Andrea N. Note. The admission of hearsay through Rule 106: and now you know the rest of the story. 46 Ind. L. Rev. 499-527 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Weber, Tim. Note. Would government prohibition of marijuana pass strict scrutiny? 46 Ind. L. Rev. 529-556 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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16 JOURNAL OF GENDER, RACE AND JUSTICE, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Bontrager, Stephanie, Kelle Barrick and Elizabeth Stupi. Gender and sentencing: a meta- analysis of contemporary research. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 349-372 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Broussard, Patricia A. Black women's post-slavery silence syndrome: a twenty-first century remnant of slavery, Jim Crow, and systemic racism--who will tell her stories? 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 373-421 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Carcieri, Martin D. Rawls and gender discrimination. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 423-452 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Greer, Benjamin Thomas. Hiding behind tribal sovereignty: rooting out human trafficking in Indian Country. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 453-482 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hutchison, Harry G. Achieving our future in the age of Obama?: Lochner, progressive constitutionalism, and African-American progress. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 483-530 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

MacDowell, Elizabeth L. Theorizing from particularity: perpetrators and intersectional theory on domestic violence. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 531-577 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Givens, Laura R. Note. Why the courts should consider gender identity disorder a per se serious medical need for Eighth Amendment purposes. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 579-606 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Marquardt, Rachel A.D. Note. Balancing babies, birth, and belief: a legal argument against planned homebirth. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 607-633 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Warner, Carolyn Ann. Note. Zone of oppression: why the unpredictable application of a federal law threatens religious liberty. 16 J. Gender Race & Just. 635-665 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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16 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW, NO. 2, JUNE, 2013.

Bronckers, Marco and Freya Baetens. Reconsidering financial remedies in WTO dispute settlement. 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 281-311 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Pogoretskyy, Vitaliy. Freedom of transit and the principles of effective right and economic cooperation: can systemic interpretation of GATT Article V promote energy security and the development of an international gas market? 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 313- 352 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Thorstensen, Vera, Daniel Ramos and Carolina Muller. The 'missing link' between the WTO and the IMF. 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 353-381 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Adlung, Rudolf and Weiwei Zhang. Trade disciplines with a trapdoor: contract manufacturing. 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 383-408 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Viju, Crina, May T. Yeung and William A. Kerr. Geographical indications, conflicted preferential agreements, and market access. 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 409-437 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Araujo, Billy A. Melo. Intellectual property and the EU's deep trade agenda. 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 439-474 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rolland, Sonia E. Book review. (Reviewing Regulation of Energy in International Trade Law -- WTO, NAFTA and Energy Charter, edited by Yulia Selivanova.) 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 475-480 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cho, Sungjoon. Reinventing the development wheel of the world trading system. (Reviewing Sonia E. Rolland, Development at the World Trade Organization (2012).) 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 481-492 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Abbott, Frederick M. Review: The Trilateral Study on health, intellectual property, and trade: the virtue in paving a cleared roadway. (Reviewing the Secretariats of the World Health Organization, World Intellectual Property Organization and World Trade Organization, Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation: Intersections Between Public Health, Intellectual Property and Trade.) 16 J. Int'l Econ. L. 493-503 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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38 LAW & SOCIAL INQUIRY, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Goodrum, Sarah. Bridging the gap between prosecutors' cases and victims' biographies in the criminal justice system through shared emotions. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 257-287 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McCann, Michael, William Haltom and Shauna Fisher. Criminalizing big tobacco: legal mobilization and the politics of responsibility for health risks in the United States. [Includes photographs & illustration.] 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 288-321 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Graham, Kristin Tennyson, Marian J. Borg and Bryan Lee Miller. Mobilizing law in Latin America: an evaluation of Black's theory in Brazil. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 322-341 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ibsen, Alexander Z. Ruling by favors: prison guards' informal exercise of institutional control. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 342-363 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Oberman, Michelle. Two truths and a lie: In re John Z. and other stories at the juncture of teen sex and the law. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 364-402 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Engel, Stephen M. Frame spillover: media framing and public opinion of a multifaceted LGBT rights agenda. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 403-441 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lakhani, Sarah Morando. Producing immigrant victims' "right" to legal status and the management of legal uncertainty. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 442-473 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Symposium on Baker and Griffith's Ensuring Corporate Misconduct. (Reviewing Tom Baker and Sean J. Griffith, Ensuring Corporate Misconduct: How Liability Insurance Undermines Shareholder Litigation.) 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 475-511 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Langevoort, Donald C. Introduction: commentaries on Ensuring Corporate Misconduct by Tom Baker and Sean J. Griffith. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 475-479 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Heimer, Carol A. Failed governance: a comment on Baker and Griffith's Ensuring Corporate Misconduct. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 480-492 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Short, Jodi L. Competing normative frameworks and the limits of deterrence theory: comments on Baker and Griffith's Ensuring Corporate Misconduct. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 493-511 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Savelsberg, Joachim J. Writing human rights history--and social science encounters. (Reviewing Aryeh Neier, The International Human Rights Movement: A History.) 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 512-537 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Book notes. 38 Law & Soc. Inquiry 538-546 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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11 LOYOLA MARITIME LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Engerrand, Kenneth G. Vessel status reconsidered. 11 Loy. Mar. L.J. 213-270 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wright, Robert H. and Josephine M. Ellis. Assumption of the risk in boat racing: a study in maritime jurisprudence. 11 Loy. Mar. L.J. 271-326 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Crais, Arthur A., Jr., et al. A navigation chart through wrongful death in admiralty. 11 Loy. Mar. L.J. 327-343 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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10 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, SPRING/SUMMER, 2013.

Berry, Mark N. New Zealand antitrust: some reflections on the first twenty-five years. 10 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. 125-155 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Jung, Nu Ri. A study on the efficacy of the Kampala amendments for suppression of aggression: examined by the case of armed conflicts in the Korean Peninsula. 10 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. 157-178 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Zeller, Bruno and Michael Longo. Australia's Clean Energy Act: a new measure in the global carbon market. 10 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. 179-197 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bensimon, Alison. Student article. Corporate liability under the Alien Tort Statute: can corporations have their cake and eat it too? 10 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. 199-218 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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65 MAINE LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 381-839, 2013.

Colloquium: Local Food || Global Food: Do We Have What It Takes to Reinvent the U.S. Food System? 65 Me. L. Rev. 381-752 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Introduction. 65 Me. L. Rev. unpaged (2013).

Baxter, Jamie. Legal institutions of farmland succession: implications for sustainable food systems. 65 Me. L. Rev. 381-408 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Birdsong, Bret C. From "food miles" to "moneyball": how we should be thinking about food and climate. 65 Me. L. Rev. 409-423 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bouvier, Jaime. The symbolic garden: an intersection of the food movement and the First Amendment. 65 Me. L. Rev. 425-457 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Diller, Paul A. Obesity prevention policies at the local level: tobacco's lessons. 65 Me. L. Rev. 459-465 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Feldstein, Lisa M. Zoning and land use controls: beyond agriculture. [Includes photographs.] 65 Me. L. Rev. 467-490 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ghoshray, Saby. Food safety and security in the Monsanto era: peering through the lens of a rights paradigm against an onslaught of corporate domination. 65 Me. L. Rev. 491-524 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hartman, Brent J. The renewable fuel standard: food versus fuel? 65 Me. L. Rev. 525- 548 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McCabe, Margaret Sova and Joanne Burke. The New England food system in 2060: envisioning tomorrow's policy through today's assessments. 65 Me. L. Rev. 549-579 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Negowetti, Nicole E. A national "natural" standard for food labeling. 65 Me. L. Rev. 581-603 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Noah, Lars. Whatever happened to the "frankenfish"?: the FDA's foot-dragging on transgenic salmon. 65 Me. L. Rev. 605-625 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Telesetsky, Anastasia. Follow the leader: eliminating perverse global fishing subsidies through unilateral domestic trade measures. 65 Me. L. Rev. 627-649 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Valero, Lucinda and Will Rhee. When fox and hound legislate the hen house: a Nixon- in-China moment for national egg-laying standards? 65 Me. L. Rev. 651-683 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Vesilind, Pamela. Preempting humanity: why National Meat Ass'n v. Harris answered the wrong question. 65 Me. L. Rev. 685-704 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Williams, Crystal T. A hungry industry on rolling regulations: a look at food truck regulations in cities across the United States. 65 Me. L. Rev. 705-717 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Winters, Diana R.H. How reliance on the private enforcement of public regulatory programs undermines food safety in the United States: the case of needled meat. 65 Me. L. Rev. 719-736 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Wiseman, Samuel R. Liberty of palate. 65 Me. L. Rev. 737-752 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Symposium: Law, Religion, and Lautsi v. Italy. 65 Me. L. Rev. 755-788 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ghachem, Malick W. Introduction. 65 Me. L. Rev. 755-758 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Weiler, Joseph H.H. Freedom of religion and freedom from religion: the European model. 65 Me. L. Rev. 759-768 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Marshall, William P. The Lautsi decision and the American Establishment Clause experience: a response to Professor Weiler. 65 Me. L. Rev. 769-781 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Prelot, Pierre-Henri. The Lautsi decision as seen from (Christian) Europe. 65 Me. L. Rev. 783-788 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Almy, Ryan. Case note. State v. Brown: a test for local food ordinances. (State v. Brown, ELLSC-CV-11-70, 9, 2013.) 65 Me. L. Rev. 789-805 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Quinlan, Adam. Case note. Recognizing gestational surrogacy contracts: "baby-steps" toward modern parentage law in Maine after ... (Nolan v. LaBree, 52 A.3d 923, 2012.) 65 Me. L. Rev. 807-821 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Segal, Stephen B. Case note. The law court's proper application of Miranda in State v. Bragg: a "matter-of-fact communication" to the defendant regarding evidence against him will not typically constitute "interrogation." (State v. Bragg, 48 A.3d 769, 2012.) 65 Me. L. Rev. 823-839 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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44 MCGEORGE LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 543-822, 2013.

Bento, Anthony. Note from the Chief Legislation Editor. 44 McGeorge L. Rev. unpaged (2013).

Review of Selected 2012 California Legislation. 44 McGeorge L. Rev. 543-822 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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2012 MICHIGAN STATE LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, PP. 1097-1418.

In memoriam: Professor John "Jack" Apol, 1941-2012. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1097-1101. [H]|[L]|[W]

Howarth, Joan. "I really love the chanting." 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1097-1100. [H]|[L]|[W]

Johnson, Clark C. John "Jack" Apol: a tribute. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1100.

Student tributes to Professor Apol. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1100-1101. [H]|[L]|[W]

Ruan, Nantiya. What's left to remedy wage theft? How arbitration mandates that bar class actions impact low-wage workers. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1103-1147. [H]|[L]|[W]

Davoli, Joanmarie Ilaria. You have the right to an attorney; if you cannot afford one, then the government will underpay an overworked attorney who must also be an expert in psychiatry and immigration law. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1149-1187. [H]|[L]|[W]

Melone, Matthew A. The pundits doth protest too much: National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius and the future of the taxing power. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1189- 1244. [H]|[L]|[W]

Murphy, Ann M. Vanishing point: Alzheimer's disease and its challenges to the Federal Rules of Evidence. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1245-1277. [H]|[L]|[W]

Kafker, Hon. Scott L. and David A. Russcol. The eye of a constitutional storm: pre- election review by the state judiciary of initiative amendments to state constitutions. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1279-1329. [H]|[L]|[W]

Clarke, Jacqueline. Comment. Dying to be mommy: using intentional parenthood as a proxy for consent in posthumous egg retrieval cases. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1331-1373. [H]|[L]|[W]

Foos, David. Comment. State ready-to-embalm laws and the modern funeral market: the need for change and suggested alternatives. 2012 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1375-1418. [H]|[L]|[W]

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13 NEVADA LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, WINTER, 2013.

Men, Masculinities, and Law: A Symposium on Multidimensional Masculinities Theory. 13 Nev. L.J. 315-639 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McGinley, Ann C. Introduction: Men, Masculinities, and Law. 13 Nev. L.J. 315-325 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

McGinley, Ann C. and Frank Rudy Cooper. Identities cubed: perspectives on multidimensional masculinities theory. 13 Nev. L.J. 326-340 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mutua, Athena D. Multidimensionality is to masculinities what intersectionality is to feminism. 13 Nev. L.J. 341-367 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Coston, Bethany M. and Michael Kimmel. White men as the new victims: reverse discrimination cases and the men's rights movement. 13 Nev. L.J. 368-385 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Carbone, June and Naomi Cahn. Is marriage for rich men? 13 Nev. L.J. 386-409 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Collier, Richard. Rethinking men and masculinities in the contemporary legal profession: the example of fatherhood, transnational business masculinities, and work- life balance in large law firms. 13 Nev. L.J. 410-437 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dowd, Nancy E. Sperm, testosterone, masculinities and fatherhood. 13 Nev. L.J. 438- 457 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kramer, Zachary A. Three tales of female masculinity. 13 Nev. L.J. 458-466 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kang, John M. Does manly courage exist? 13 Nev. L.J. 467-485 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Brake, Deborah L. Wrestling with gender: constructing masculinity by refusing to wrestle women. 13 Nev. L.J. 486-532 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Williams, Juliet A. Girls can be anything . . . but boys will be boys: discourses of sex difference in education reform debates. 13 Nev. L.J. 533-546 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Saucedo, Leticia M. Anglo views of Mexican labor: shaping the law of temporary work through masculinities narratives. 13 Nev. L.J. 547-563 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Abrams, Jamie R. Enforcing masculinities at the borders. 13 Nev. L.J. 564-584 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Pozzo, Barbara. Masculinity Italian style. 13 Nev. L.J. 585-618 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Fineman, Martha Albertson. Feminism, masculinities, and multiple identities. 13 Nev. L.J. 619-639 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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14 NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

U.S. v. Jones: Defining a Search in the 21st Century. 14 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 341-597 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Freiwald, Susan. The Davis good faith rule and getting answers to the questions Jones left open. 14 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 341-379 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gray, David and Danielle Keats Citron. A shattered looking glass: the pitfalls and potential of the mosaic theory of Fourth Amendment privacy. 14 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 381- 429 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Henderson, Stephen E. After United States v. Jones, after the Fourth Amendment third party doctrine. 14 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 431-459 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lave, Tamara Rice. Protecting elites: an alternative take on how United States v. Jones fits into the Court's technology jurisprudence. 14 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 461-487 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Pell, Stephanie K. Jonesing for a privacy mandate, getting a technology fix--doctrine to follow. 14 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 489-555 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Smith, Priscilla J. Much ado about mosaics: how original principles apply to evolving technology in United States v. Jones. 14 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 557-597 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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28 OHIO STATE JOURNAL ON DISPUTE RESOLUTION, NO. 3, PP. 549-848, 2013.

Taylor, Kim. When BATNA equals the unthinkable: business mediations and provocation. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 549-556 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Schneider, Andrea Kupfer and Jennifer Gerarda Brown. Negotiation barometry: a dynamic measure of conflict management style. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 557-580 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Conklin, Carli N. Lost options for mutual gain? The lawyer, the layperson, and dispute resolution in early America. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 581-629 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rothman, Jay and Michal Alberstein. Individuals, groups and intergroups: theorizing about the role of identity in conflict and its creative engagement. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 631-657 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Blankley, Kristen M. Adding by subtracting: how limited scope agreements for dispute resolution representation can increase access to attorney services. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 659-708 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kressel, Kenneth. How do mediators decide what to do? Implicit schemas of practice and mediator decisionmaking. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 709-735 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Farinacci, Emily. Note. In a bind: mandatory arbitration clauses in the corporate derivative context. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 737-770 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mayer, Kathryn A. Note. Negotiating past the zero-sum of intractable sovereignty positions by exploring the potential of possible party interests: a proposed dispute resolution framework for the tobacco tax debacle between the state of New York & the Seneca Nation of Indians. 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 771-840 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Recent development. (State of Washington, Dep't of Transportation v. James River Ins. Co., 176 Wash. 2d 390, 2013.) 28 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 841-848 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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74 OHIO STATE LAW JOURNAL, NO. 3, PP. 375-558, 2013.

Calandrillo, Steve P. and Dustin E. Buehler. Eggshell economics: a revolutionary approach to the eggshell plaintiff rule. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 375-422 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Lammon, Bryan. Rules, standards, and experimentation in appellate jurisdiction. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 423-461 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Buck, Isaac D. Caring too much: misapplying the False Claims Act to target overtreatment. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 463-513 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bower, T. Conrad. Note. Inequitable escheat?: reflecting on unclaimed property law and the Supreme Court's interstate escheat framework. 74 Ohio St. L.J. 515-557 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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26 QUINNIPIAC PROBATE LAW JOURNAL, NO. 3, PP. 219-352, 2013.

Opinion of the Connecticut Probate Court. In re Cindy Marie Garcia. (Guardianship). 26 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 219-223 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Opinion of the Connecticut Probate Court. In re Estate of Eugene Emile Zawisza. (Undue influence). 26 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 224-233 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Opinion of the Connecticut Probate Court. In re Estate of Panthea M. Hopkins. (Cy pres; approximation). 26 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 234-239 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rounds, Charles E., Jr. Old doctrine misunderstood, new doctrine misconceived: deconstructing the newly-minted Restatement (Third) of Property's power of appointment sections. 26 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 240-290 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

LaPorte, Jennifer L. Note. Connecticut's intent test to determine parentage: equality for same-sex couples at last. 26 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 291-319 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cumulative topic index. 26 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 320-351 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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22 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INTERDISCIPLINARY LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, WINTER, 2013.

Lucas, Gary M. Jr. Paternalism and psychic taxes: the government's use of negative emotions to save us from ourselves. 22 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 227-302 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Morgan, Richard. Latif v. Obama: the epistemology of intelligence information and legal evidence. 22 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 303-352 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Roznai, Yaniv. Revolutionary lawyering? On lawyers' social responsibilities and roles during a democratic revolution. 22 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 353-384 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Airapetian, Stephan. Note. Managing sovereign debt: a more long-term debt-restructuring solution. 22 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 385-419 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Biche, Timothy D. Note. Thawing public participation: modeling the chilling effect of strategic lawsuits against public participation and minimizing its impact. 22 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 421-462 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Girolamo, Rebecca. Note. Twenty-five words or less: how Hollywood's pitch process has changed the law of idea protection. 22 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 463-508 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Habib, Hilary. Note. Academic freedom and the First Amendment in the Garcetti era. (Garcetti v. Ceballos, 547 U.S. 410, 2006.) 22 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 509-543 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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42 STETSON LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, WINTER, 2013.

Florida Appellate Law: Certiorari Review of Non-Final Orders. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 373-636 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Finch, Michael S. Introduction. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 373-379 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Florida Appellate Law Articles

Altenbernd, Hon. Chris W. and Jamie Moore Marcario. Certiorari review of non-final orders: does one size really fit all? 42 Stetson L. Rev. 381-402 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Russo, Anthony, Ezequiel Lugo and Jared Krukar. Certiorari redefined: would the "functional restatement" function? 42 Stetson L. Rev. 403-446 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Humphries, Celene H. The proposal to restate the certiorari standard to ensure review of non-final orders that implicate the right to due process would change the historical scope and use of the certiorari writ. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 447-455 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Justice, Petra L. and Erica T. Healy. Why non-final GARA denials deserve certiorari review: "when your money is gone, that is permanent, irreparable damage to you." 42 Stetson L. Rev. 457-488 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Miller, Mark. No more lip service: why Florida Appellate Rules should allow for non- final appeal of orders granting disqualification of a party's attorney. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 489-503 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Campbell, Monterey and Kristie Hatcher-Bolin. Board of Trustees of Internal Improvement Trust Fund v. American Educational Enterprises: the development of the certiorari standard in Florida. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 505-524 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Telfer, Robert J. III. A historical comparison of certiorari review standards in Florida's appellate courts. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 525-544 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Horneman, Hosea M., Steven M. Blickensderfer and Trevor C. Jones. A Catch-22 of cert review: how Florida's "clearly established law" requirement stifles caselaw development, and how sunbursting can help the Sunshine State. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 545- 574 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Walbolt, Sylvia H. and Annette Marie Lang. Another review of petitions for writ of certiorari in zoning cases: property rights, police power, and the right to appeal. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 575-613 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

International Remedies Article

Weaver, Russell L. and Francois Lichere. The remedy of certiorari: French and U.S. perspectives. 42 Stetson L. Rev. 615-636 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ludtka, Gregory M. Student article. United States v. Alvarez: on the front line of America's soul-searching struggle between military valor and the First Amendment. (United States v. Alvarez, 132 S. Ct. 2537, 2012.) 42 Stetson L. Rev. 637-679 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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40 SYRACUSE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND COMMERCE, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Mooreville, Ishai. A question of sovereignty: the history behind Attorney General Bradford's 1795 opinion on the Alien Tort Statute. 40 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com. 217- 284 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Camilo Hoyos, Juan. The role of bilateral investment treaties in mitigating project finance's risks: the case of Colombia. 40 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com. 285-317 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Mushkat, Roda. Transboundary risk governance: an Asian-centered analytical recalibration. 40 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com. 319-378 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dziura, Gregory T. Note. Playing the Tax Court hazard: Retief Goosen's tax case and taxation of nonresident aliens. 40 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com. 379-406 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Raymond, Reta E. Note. When two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers: proposed amnesty legislation for peace and justice. 40 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com. 407-438 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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91 TEXAS LAW REVIEW, NO. 7, JUNE, 2013.

Symposium: Constitutional Foundations. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1593-2037 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Tsesis, Alexander. Introduction: footholds of constitutional interpretation. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1593-1607 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Tsesis, Alexander. Maxim constitutionalism: liberal equality for the common good. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1609-1685 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Balkin, Jack M. Verdi's high C. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1687-1709 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Barrett, Amy Coney. Precedent and jurisprudential disagreement. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1711-1737 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Berman, Mitchell N. and Kevin Toh. Pluralistic nonoriginalism and the combinability problem. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1739-1784 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Fleming, James E. Are we all originalists now? I hope not! 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1785-1813 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hill, B. Jesse. Resistance to constitutional theory: the Supreme Court, constitutional change, and the "pragmatic moment." 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1815-1842 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kozel, Randy J. Settled versus right: constitutional method and the path of precedent. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1843-1896 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Metzger, Gillian E. Administrative constitutionalism. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1897-1935 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Siegel, Neil S. Collective action federalism and its discontents. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1937-1967 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Strauss, David A. We the people, they the people, and the puzzle of democratic constitutionalism. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1969-1981 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Tushnet, Mark. Constitution-making: an introduction. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 1983-2013 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Underkuffler, Laura S. Property and change: the constitutional conundrum. 91 Tex. L. Rev. 2015-2037 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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46 UC DAVIS LAW REVIEW, NO. 5, JUNE, 2013.

Singer, Joseph William. The rule of reason in property law. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1369- 1434 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Kim, Catherine Y. Changed circumstances: the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the future of institutional reform litigation after Horne v. Flores. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1435-1482 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hoffman, Lonny. Rulemaking in the age of Twombly and Iqbal. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1483- 1558 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Deconstruct and Reconstruct: Reexamining Bias in the Legal System: Searching for New Approaches. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1559-1673 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Perschbacher, Rex R. Introduction. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1559-1562 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bassett, Debra Lyn. Deconstruct and superstruct: examining bias across the legal system. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1563-1582 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Carodine, Montre D. "Street cred." 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1583-1622 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

O'Brien, Barbara and Catherine M. Grosso. Beyond Batson's scrutiny: a preliminary look at racial disparities in prosecutorial preemptory strikes following the passage of the North Carolina Racial Justice Act. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1623-1654 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Johnson, Kevin R. Bias in the legal system? An essay on the eligibility of undocumented immigrants to practice law. 46 UC Davis L. Rev. 1655-1673 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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17 UCLA ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LAW JOURNAL, NO. 1, FALL-SPRING, 2011-2012.

Volume 17 Editors. Editors' note. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 1-3 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Critical Reflections on 4/29/1992 and Beyond: A UCLA School of Law Roundtable. Devon Carbado, Cheryl I. Harris, Jerry Kang, Saul Sarabia, discussants. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 4-23 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

New Media, Old Sentiments: A Community Discussion on "Asians in the Library." Jerry Kang, Devon Carbado, Stuart Biegel, Cindy Fan, Layhannara Tep, panelists. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 24-38 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Responses to Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 39-55 (2011- 2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Volume 17 Editors. Foreword. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 39 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Huang, Peter H. From tiger mom to panda parent. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 40-44 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ghosh, Subha. Peace song for the Tiger Mother. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 45-50 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Seto, Theodore P. Deconstructing the Tiger Mother. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 51-55 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Shimizu, Tim. Comment. Strengthening sovereignty through the courts: how Native American tribal courts can inform Native Hawaiian nation building. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 56-81 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ikegami, Bryan T. Asian Pacific American Bar Association Education Fund: Robert T. Matsui Writing Competition 2011 winner. An urgent opportunity: unifying the Asian American stance on affirmative action. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 82-99 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Chang, Robert S. and Taki V. Flevaris. Bias in the courtroom, one degree removed: the story of Turner v. Stime and amicus participation. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 100-104 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Brief of amici curiae Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, Asian Bar Association of Washington, South Asian Bar Association of Washington, and Washington Women Lawyers in support of Turner v. Stime. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 105-117 (2011- 2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Higashi, Meredith S.H. Resisting silence: Asian American organizations' leadership of an amicus brief to challenge "Don't ask, don't tell." 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 119-126 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Brief of amici curiae Asian American Justice Center in support of Log Cabin Republicans v. United States. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 127-145 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Volume 17 Editors. A tribute to Professor Keith Aoki. Foreword. 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 147 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Hing, Bill Ong. A tribute to Professor Keith Aoki. Superman had nothing on Keith Aoki. [Includes illustration.] 17 UCLA Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 148-155 (2011-2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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2013 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 763-1336.

Symposium: In the Boardroom. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 763-1209. [H]|[L]|[W]

Aviram, Amitai. Officers' fiduciary duties and the nature of corporate organs. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 763-784. [H]|[L]|[W]

Blair, Margaret M. Corporate personhood and the corporate persona. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 785-820. [H]|[L]|[W]

Fairfax, Lisa M. Mandating board-shareholder engagement? 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 821- 857. [H]|[L]|[W]

Hill, Claire A. and Brett H. McDonnell. Reconsidering board oversight duties after the financial crisis. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 859-879. [H]|[L]|[W]

Johnson, Kristin N. Macroprudential regulation: a sustainable approach to regulating financial markets. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 881-918. [H]|[L]|[W]

Krawiec, Kimberly D., John M. Conley and Lissa L. Broome. The danger of difference: tensions in directors' views of corporate board diversity. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 919- 958. [H]|[L]|[W]

Martin, Jena. Business and human rights: what's the board got to do with it? 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 959-999. [H]|[L]|[W]

O'Kelley, Charles R.T. The evolution of the modern corporation: corporate governance reform in context. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1001-1049. [H]|[L]|[W]

Rodrigues, Usha. A conflict primacy model of the public board. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1051-1088. [H]|[L]|[W]

Sharpe, Nicola Faith. International autonomy in the boardroom. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1089-1130. [H]|[L]|[W]

Simmons, Omari Scott. The corporate immune system: governance from the inside out. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1131-1170. [H]|[L]|[W]

Winship, Verity. Jurisdiction over corporate officers and the incoherence of implied consent. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1171-1209 [H]|[L]|[W]

DeLaPaz, Anthony. Note. LEED locally: how local governments can effectively mandate green building standards. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1211-1250. [H]|[L]|[W]

Metzger, Scott. Note. Making sausage no one wants to eat: options for restructuring Illinois's pension debt. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1251-1291. [H]|[L]|[W]

Schmid, Todd J. Note. The real shariah risk: why the United States cannot afford to miss the Islamic finance moment. 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1293-1335. [H]|[L]|[W]

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15 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF BUSINESS LAW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

Siegel, Mary. The illusion of enhanced review of board actions. 15 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 599-668 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Sumpter, Phillip R. Adjusting attorneys' fee awards: the Delaware Court of Chancery's answer to incentivizing meritorious disclosure-only settlements. 15 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 669-753 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Walter, Nicholas. Antitrust and corporate law: revisiting the market for corporate control. 15 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 755-795 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Markoff, Gabriel. Student article. Arthur Andersen and the myth of the corporate death penalty: corporate criminal convictions in the twenty-first century. 15 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 797-842 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Tupa, Anton. Comment. FDA's definition of disease: foregone opportunity or a path forward in improving regulation of dietary supplements? 15 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 843-876 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

John, Leila. Comment. Museums and the tax collector: the tax treatment of museums at the federal, state, and local level. 15 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 877-920 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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44 UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, SPRING, 2013.

In Memoriam: Beth Eisler. [Includes photograph.] 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 507-522 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Steinbock, Daniel J. Professor Beth A. Eisler: in memoriam. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 507- 508 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Rapp, Geoffrey C. The method problem: an essay in honor of Beth Eisler. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 509-514 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gibbons, Llewellyn Joseph. Zen and the art of contracts: a gedenkschrift for Beth Eisler. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 515-519 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Gilchrist, Gregory M. Remembering Beth. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 521-522 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Votes and Voices in 2012 Symposium. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 523-598 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Decker, Meredith and John Dombrowski, Symposium Editors. Introduction. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 523 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Bauerly, Cynthia L. The revolution will be Tweeted and Tmbl'd and txtd: new technology and the challenge for campaign-finance regulation. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 525- 540 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Coleridge, Greg. The system isn't broken, it's fixed: ending big money and corporations in our elections. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 541-567 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dickerson, Allen. What remains of Austin after Citizens United? 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 569-581 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ryan, Paul S. Two faulty assumptions of Citizens United and how to limit the damage. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 583-598 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Cordell, Paul. Comment. A wide variety of interesting legal and policy issues: considering the legality, consequences, and implications of the practice of selective disclosure by some of the world's most reputable securities analysts. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 599-634 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dinan, Jonathan F. Comment. No longer a defense: mistakes of state law as a defense for violations of the FDCPA. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 635-658 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Thacker, Jennifer. Comment. Enough smoke and mirrors!--why the graphic-warning mandate under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act is speech consumers don't want to hear. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 659-709 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Index to volume 44. 44 U. Tol. L. Rev. 711-715 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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53 VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2013.

Nachbar, Thomas B., Capt., U.S. Army Reserve. Executive branch policy meets international law in the evolution of the domestic law of detention. 53 Va. J. Int'l L. 201-245 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Eichensehr, Kristen E. Treaty termination and the separation of powers. 53 Va. J. Int'l L. 247-308 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Galbraith, Jean. Treaty options: towards a behavioral understanding of treaty design. 53 Va. J. Int'l L. 309-363 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Park, Stephen Kim. Talking the talk and walking the walk: reviving global trade and development after Doha. 53 Va. J. Int'l L. 365-415 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Morriss, Andrew P. and Clifford C. Henson. Regulatory effectiveness & offshore financial centers. 53 Va. J. Int'l L. 417-466 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

Dolance, Jack C. II. Note. U.S. asylum law as a path to religious persecution. 53 Va. J. Int'l L. 467-498 (2013). [H]|[L]|[W]

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2013 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 693-904.

Tributes to James E. Jones, Jr. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 693-750. [H]|[L]|[W]

Barnes, Mario L. A tribute to Professor James E. Jones, Jr.: in honor of an "honor man." 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 693-698. [H]|[L]|[W]

Bernstine, Daniel O. Jim Jones: a professor's professor. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 699-702. [H]|[L]|[W]

Crenshaw, Kimberle Williams. Keeping up with Jim Jones: pioneer, taskmaster, architect, trailblazer. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 703-713. [H]|[L]|[W]

Goodwin, Michele. The death of affirmative action? 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 715-725. [H]|[L]|[W]

Greene, Linda. James E. Jones, Jr.: paradigm breaker, paradigm maker. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 727-731. [H]|[L]|[W]

Leeds, Stacy. Coming full circle. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 733-735. [H]|[L]|[W]

Mitchell, Thomas W. The Hastie Fellowship Program at forty: still creating minority law professors. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 737-745. [H]|[L]|[W]

Whitford, William C. Jim Jones: a teacher, a mentor, and an inspiration to law students. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 747-750. [H]|[L]|[W]

Leong, Nancy and student Kira Suyeishi. Consent forms and consent formalism. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 751-812. [H]|[L]|[W]

Pedraza-Farina, Laura G. Patent law and the sociology of innovation. 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 813-873. [H]|[L]|[W]

Moon, David. Note. When does dual for-cause removal protection become unconstitutional? Exploring the scope of ... (Free Enterprise Fund v. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, 130 S. Ct. 3138, 2010.) 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 875-903. [H]|[L]|[W]

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34 WOMEN'S RIGHTS LAW REPORTER, NO. 1, FALL, 2012.

Bruno, Jennifer. Note. Microfinance or micro-commercial banking: the Great Recession's impact on women's access to microcredit in the United States. 34 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 1- 23 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Ozurumba, Patrina. Note. Girl power: how female entrepreneurs can overcome barriers to successful businesses. 34 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 24-57 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Tucker, Allie Christiansen. Multi-national corporations closing the borders for female professionals: should gender discrimination be allowed for expatriation assignments under Title VII law? 34 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 58-78 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

Colon-Padilla, Veronica. Note. The "Miss America" ideal: an analysis of the legality and enforceability of bodily contract clauses within modern pageantry and the gender and cultural implications of using governmentally unregulated weight requirements in the media. 34 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 79-103 (2012). [H]|[L]|[W]

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