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Border Searches in a Digital Age: Finding Alignment Amidst a Diluted Right

Anne L. Kelley

Abstract Searches of electronic devices at the border present a sui generis situation that distinguishes them from traditional border searches of other physical property, such as a backpack, car, or piece of luggage. The traditional border search doctrine framework has challenged federal courts with regard to how to categorize searches of electronic devices at the […]

Diagnosing the Ills of American Monument-Protection Laws: A Response to Phelps and Owley’s Etched in Stone

Zachary Bray

Abstract Response to Jess Phelps and Jessica Owley, Etched in Stone: Historic Preservation Law and Confederate Monuments. As in their other work, Jess Phelps and Professor Jessica Owley provide this sort of vision in Etched in Stone: Historic Preservation Law and Confederate Monuments (“Etched in Stone”), their recently-published Article in the Florida Law Review. In […]