Volume 70, Number 1 (January 2018)

ARTICLES

Herb Hovenkamp, The Rule of Reason

Neomi Rao, Why Congress Matters: The Collective Congress in the Structural Constitution

Andrew Kerr, The Global Trade of Cloned Meat

Stephen Befort, The Declining Fortunes of American Workers: Six Dimensions and an Agenda for Reform

STUDENT NOTE

Sara Salem, Rethinking Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude: The Need for a Clear Standard in Murky Times

Volume 70, Number 2 (March 2018)

ARTICLES

Lee Petherbridge & R. Polk Wagner, Teva and the Process of Claim Construction

Michael Cicchini & Lawrence White, Convictions Based on Character: An Empirical Test of Other-Acts Evidence

William Berry, Unusual Deference

Paul Tremblay, At Your Service: Lawyer Discretion to Assist Clients in Unlawful Conduct

Gary Spitko, A Structural-Purposive Interpretation of “Employment” in the Platform Economy

STUDENT NOTES

Stephanie Emrick, Transfer on Death Deeds: It Is Time to Establish the Rules of the Game

Chris Loy, Cash Me Outside, Howbow Dah?–An Alternative to Wasteful Medical Spending In Terminally Ill Patients

Volume 70, Number 3 (May 2018)

ARTICLES

Michael Hoffheimer, The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction

Richard Seamon, Dismantling Monuments

Cathay Smith, Beware the Slender Man: Intellectual Property and Internet Folklore

Lars Noah, Go Sue Yourself! Imagining Intrapersonal Tort Liability

STUDENT NOTE

Josh Rieger, Digitizing the Schoolhouse Gate: Protecting Students’ Off-Campus Cyberspeech by Switching the Safety on Tinker’s Trigger

Volume 70, Number 4 (July 2018)

ARTICLES

Thomas Molony, Can the State Proclaim Life after Death? Hellerstedt and Regulating the Disposition of Fetal Remains

Cassandra Robertson, Judicial Impartiality in a Partisan Era

Paul Ohm & Jon Frankle, Desirable Inefficiency and the Regulating of Design

Danielle Weatherby & Terri Day, Speech Narcissism

David Opderbeck, The Skeleton in the Hard Drive: Encryption and the Fifth Amendment