We are currently finishing publication on Volume 69, Issue 4 (July 2017), which will be available soon. We are also currently wrapping up editing on Volume 69, Issues 5 and 6 (September and November 2017).

Volume 69, Number 4 (July 2017)

ARTICLES

James Liebman, Elizabeth Cruikshank, & Christina Ma, Governance of Steel and Kryptonite Politics in Contemporary Public Education Reform

S.I. Strong, Congress and Commercial Trusts: Dealing with Diversity Jurisdiction Post-Americold

Mary Holper, Redefining “Particularly Serious Crimes” in Refugee Law

ESSAY

Xuan-Thau Nguyen, Zombie Patents

STUDENT NOTE

Rosemarie Parasole, The Epidemic of Higher Levels of Depression and Anxiety in Each Successive Generation of Youth: Proposed Clauses, Detrimental Effects, and the Introduction of Positive Psychology in the Classroom

STUDENT COMMENT

Anthony Kakoyannis, Assessing the Viability of Implicit Bias Evidence in Discrimination Cases: An Analysis of the Most Significant Federal Cases

Volume 69, Number 5 (September 2017)

ARTICLES

Stephen Lubben and Arthur Wilmarth, Too Big and Unable to Fail

Mary Anne Franks, “Revenge Porn” Reform: A View from the Front Lines

STUDENT NOTE

Brad Beall, Investing In the Ill: The Need to Curb Third-Party Payment of Qualified Health Plan Premiums

Volume 69, Number 6 (November 2017)

DUNWODY

Mark Tushnet, The Possibility of Illiberal Constitutionalism?

ARTICLES

Victoria Nourse, Picking and Choosing Text: Lessons from the Philosophy of Language

Gary Lawson and Guy Seidman, By Any Other Name: Rational Basis Inquiry and the Federal Government’s Fiduciary Duty of Care

BRICK AWARD

Travis Foels, Rescuing the Rescuer: Reforming How Florida’s Workers’ Compensation Law Treats Mental Injury of First Responders

STUDENT NOTE

Robert Keefe, Sweet Child of Mine: Adult Adoption & Same-Sex Marriage In the Post-Obergefell Era

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