May 2014, Vol. 66, No. 3
John O. McGinnis & Steven Wasick, Law’s Algorithm
Sandra F. Sperino, The Tort Label
Nicole Buonocore Porter, Mutual Marginalization: Individuals with Disabilities and Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities
Peter L. Markowitz & Lindsay C. Nash, The Unwritten Administrative Constitution
Gaia Bernstein, Incentivizing the Ordinary User
Thomas J. Fitzpatrick IV & Amy B. Monahan, Who’s Afraid of Good Governance? State Fiscal Crises, Public Pension Underfunding, and the Resistance to Governance Reform
Patricia L. Reid, Fact Sheet #71: Shortchanging the Unpaid Academic Intern
Category Archives: Florida Law Review News
Christopher B. Seaman American Innovation and the Limits of Patent Law: A Response to William Hubbard, Competitive Patent Law Response to William Hubbard, Competitive Patent Law Although it has recently come under fire from both theoretical and empirical perspectives, the promotion … Continue reading
Please join us for the 2014 Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law “Thirty-Two Years on the Federal Bench: Some Things I Have Learned” Presented by the Honorable Emmett Ripley Cox Senior United States Circuit Judge United States Court of Appeals for the … Continue reading
“National Security in a Changing World: From the Perspective of an Academic, a General, a Spy, and Florida Statesman” Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Friday, October 4 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Press Release View Event Poster Watch the … Continue reading
Please join us for the 2013 Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law Who Won the Obamacare Case (and Why Did So Many Law Professors Miss the Boat)? Presented by Randy Barnett Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University … Continue reading
“Florida’s Future: A Conversation with Florida Governors” Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Friday, October 12 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Press Release View Event Poster Submit a Question Watch the Lecture Live!
Last week an article published in April Florida Law Review book, The Open Road and the Traffic Stop, by Nancy Leong, was quoted extensively in a concurrence in the Fourth Circuit’s recent opinion in United States v. Mubdi.