Volume 71, Number 1 (January 2019)

ARTICLES

Elizabeth Cooper, The Appearance of Professionalism

Michael Abramowicz, Tax Experimentation

James Henderson, Jr., Civil Liability for Encouraging Bad Behavior: From Cheering at a Gang Rape to Promoting Opioid Abuse

William Araiza, Animus and Its Discontent

BRICK AWARD NOTE

Victor Palacios Rivera, What If Artificial Intelligence Wrote This? Artificial Intelligence and Copyright Law

 

Volume 71, Number 2 (March 2019)

ARTICLES

Pamela Samuelson, Staking the Boundaries of Software Copyrights in the Shadow of Patents

Camilla Hrdy, Intellectual Property and the End of Work

Michael Rustad & Thomas Koenig, Towards a Global Data Privacy Standard

Herbert Hovenkamp, Regulation and the Marginalist Revolution

Lea Johnston, Reconceptualizing Criminal Justice Reform for Offenders with Serious Mental Illness

NOTE

Aaron Badida, Positive Rights: The New York “Baby Aids Bill” as State-Created Danger

Kaley Jaslow, Life in Jail for Misbehavior: Criminal Contempt And The Consequence of Improper Classification

 

Volume 71, Number 3 (May 2019)

ARTICLES

Jessica Owley & Jess Phelps, Etched in Stone: Historic Preservation Law and Confederate Monuments

Joan Steinman, Waiving Removal, Waiving Remand – The Hidden and Unequal Dangers of Participating in Litigation

Yael Cannon, The Kids are Not Alright: Leveraging Existing Health Law to Attack the Opioid Crisis Upstream

Lisa Martin, No Right to Counsel, No Access Without: The Poor Child’s Unconstitutional Catch-22

NOTE

Andrew Goring, Forgotten But Not Forgiven: Remedies for Student Loan Debtors in Public Service