Forthcoming Works

We are currently finishing publication on Volume 68, Issue 6 (November 2016). This will be available on our website soon. We are currently wrapping up editing on Volume 69, Issues 1 and 2 (January and March 2017). Thanks for your interest in the Florida Law Review and for your patience as we catch up!

Volume 69, Number 1 (January 2017)


Jonathon Byington, The Misfired Fresh Start Canon

Dr. Clay Calvert, Counterspeech, Cosby and Libel Law: Some Lessons About “Pure Opinion” & Resuscitating the Self-Defense Privilege

Darren Hutchinson, Undignified: Racial Justice, the Supreme Court, and Dignity Claims

Justin D. Levinson, Mark W. Bennett, and Koichi Hioki, Judging Implicit Bias: A National Empirical Study of Judicial Stereotypes Beyond Black and White

Maayan Perel and Niva Elkin-Koren, Black Box Tinkering: Beyond Transparency in Algorithmic Enforcement


Samuel Alexander, Double-Tap Warfare: Should President Obama Be Investigated for War Crimes?

David Warren, A Man’s Home is His Castle, But It Also Has a Secret Dungeon: Domestic Violence Victims Need an Amendment to Florida’s All-Party Consent Law

Volume 69, Number 2 (March 2017)


Richard L. Cupp, Cognitively Impaired Humans, Intelligent Animals, and Legal Personhood

Michael D. Guttentag, Selective Disclosure and Insider Trading: Tipper Wrongdoing in the 21st Century 

Jeff Lingwall & Chris Wray, Fraudulent Aggregation: The Effect of Daimler and Walden on Mass Litigation

Ryan B. Stoa, Marijuana Agriculture Law: Regulation at the Root of an Industry

Charles Yablon, Byte Marks: Making Sense of New F.R.C.P. 37(E)


Andrew J. Fuller, A “Procedural Nightmare”: Dueling Courts and the Application of the First-Filed Rule

Justin Senior, Rational Basis is the Only Rational Solution: Resolving Foreign Commerce Clause Confusion





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