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Number 1 January 2020
Number 2 March 2020
Number 3 May 2020
Number 4 July 2020
Number 5 September 2020
Number 6 November 2020

Josh Lens
Examining the Committee on Infractions’s Affirmation Rate of NCAA Enforcement Staff Allegations of Rules Violations

John V. Orth
“Shall Be Construed”: Reversal of Supreme Court Decisions by Constitutional Amendment

Matthew Tokson
Smart Meters as a Catalyst for Privacy Law
Response to Matthew B. Kugler & Meredith Hurley, Protecting Energy Privacy Across the Public/Private Divide

Eldar Haber
Algorithmic Inclusion
Response to Peter Yu, The Algorithmic Divide and Equality in the Age of Artificial Intelligence 

Alexandra B. Klass & Elizabeth J. Wilson
Recognizing the Criminal/Civil Divide in the Use of Energy Data
Response to Matthew B. Kugler & Meredith Hurley, Protecting Energy Privacy Across the Public/Private Divide

David Horton
All Alone in Arbitration
Response to Hila Keren, Divided and Conquered: The Neoliberal Roots and Emotional Consequences of the Arbitration Revolution

Michael C. Dorf
If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fixate on it: Gadamer, Gedicks, and Original Public Meaning
Response to Frederick Mark Gedicks, The “Fixation Thesis” and Other Falsehoods 

Kathryn Abrams
Dividing, Conquering — And Resisting
Response to Hila Keren, Divided and Conquered: The Neoliberal Roots and Emotional Consequences of the Arbitration Revolution

Shelley Ross Saxer
Restoring Federal Takings Claims
Response to Stewart E. Sterk & Michael C. Pollack, A Knock on Knick‘s Revival of Federal Takings Litigation

Ilya Somin
The Normality of Knick: A Response to Sterk and Pollack
Response to Stewart E. Sterk & Michael C. Pollack, A Knock on Knick‘s Revival of Federal Takings Litigation

Steven C. Sunshine and Julia K. York
DOJ’s Failure to Prove Its “Killer Acquisition” Claim in Sabre/Farelogix and Parallels to Other Recent Government Merger Litigation Losses

Carlos M. Vázquez & Stephen I. Vladeck
Testa, Crain, and the Constitutional Right to Collateral Relief
Response to Ann Woolhandler & Michael G. Collins, State Jurisdictional Independence and Federal Supremacy

D. Daniel Sokol
Merger Law for Biotech and Killer Acquisitions