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Selected Law Journals: Table of Contents

February 2021

American Journal of International Law Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law Asia Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law
Asian International Arbitration Journal Asian Journal of Comparative Law Asia-Pacific Tax Bulletin
Australian Journal of Human Rights Behavioral Sciences and the Law Boston University Law Review
Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence: an international journal of legal thought Columbia Human Rights Law Review Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
Columbia Law Review Common Market Law Review Corporate Governance (Oxford): an international review
Crime and Delinquency Criminal Justice and Behavior Criminal Law and Philosophy
     

American Journal of International Law (click to view more)

  • 'Congress and the Trump Administration Spar Over U.S. Arms Sales to the Saudi-Led Coalition in Yemen' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 146
  • 'Trump Administration Brokers Accords to Normalize Relations Between Israel and Six Countries' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 115
  • 'United States Fails to Secure Multilateral Snapback Sanctions Against Iran' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 140
  • 'United States Imposes Economic Sanctions and Visa Restrictions on International Criminal Court Officials' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 138
  • 'United States Pursues Regulatory Actions Against TikTok and WeChat Over Data Security Concerns' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 124
  • 'United States Terminates Hong Kong's Special Status Due to National Security Law Imposed by Beijing' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 131
  • 'WTO Panel Rules Against U.S. Claim that Tariffs on Chinese Goods Are Justified as Necessary to Protect "Public Morals"' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 120
  • Bradley CA, 'Conflicting Approaches to the U.S. Common Law of Foreign Official Immunity' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 1
  • Chimni BS, 'Modernizing the UN Human Rights System' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 171
  • Helfer LR, 'Rethinking Derogations from Human Rights Treaties' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 20
  • Jain N, 'The Art of Law in the International Community' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 183
  • Kilovaty I, 'Cyber Operations and International Law' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 187
  • Mälksoo L, 'International Law and the 2020 Amendments to the Russian Constitution' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 78
  • McGarry B, 'Republic of Slovenia v. Republic of Croatia' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 101
  • Mollengarden Z and Zamir N, 'The Monetary Gold Principle: Back to Basics' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 41
  • Richardson Iii HJ, 'The Limits of Human Rights Limits' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 154
  • Van Schaack B, 'The Military Commander's Necessity: The Law of Armed Conflict and Its Limits' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 176
  • Walton BA, 'Nevsun Resources Ltd. v. Araya' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 107
  • Zhou W and Peng D, 'Australia—Anti-Dumping Measures on A4 Copy Paper' (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 94

 

Behavioral Sciences and the Law (click to view more)

  • Brogan L and others, 'Shifting probation culture and advancing juvenile probation reform through a community‐based, participatory action research‐informed training' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 6
  • De Beuf TLF and others, 'Taking "the boss" into the real world: Field interrater reliability of the Short‐Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability: Adolescent Version' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 123
  • Drawbridge DC and others, 'Risk–need–responsivity: Evaluating need‐to‐service matching with reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, maintenance' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 106
  • Jennings JL, Rice K and Baglio C, 'Jail‐based competency treatment comes of age: Multi‐site outcomes and challenges to the implementation of an evidence‐based forensic continuum' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 83
  • Kemp K and others, 'Feasibility and acceptability of a brief suicide intervention for youth involved with the family court' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 26
  • Phillippi S and others, 'Holistic representation in juvenile defense: An evaluation of a multidisciplinary children's defense team' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 65
  • Pinals DA and others, 'Risk–need–responsivity and its application in behavioral health settings: A feasibility study of a treatment planning support tool' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 44
  • Vincent GM, 'Introduction to this Special Issue on implementing evidence‐based practices in forensic settings' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 1

 

Boston University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Brogan L and others, 'Shifting probation culture and advancing juvenile probation reform through a community‐based, participatory action research‐informed training' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 6
  • De Beuf TLF and others, 'Taking "the boss" into the real world: Field interrater reliability of the Short‐Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability: Adolescent Version' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 123
  • Drawbridge DC and others, 'Risk–need–responsivity: Evaluating need‐to‐service matching with reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, maintenance' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 106
  • Jennings JL, Rice K and Baglio C, 'Jail‐based competency treatment comes of age: Multi‐site outcomes and challenges to the implementation of an evidence‐based forensic continuum' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 83
  • Kemp K and others, 'Feasibility and acceptability of a brief suicide intervention for youth involved with the family court' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 26
  • Phillippi S and others, 'Holistic representation in juvenile defense: An evaluation of a multidisciplinary children's defense team' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 65
  • Pinals DA and others, 'Risk–need–responsivity and its application in behavioral health settings: A feasibility study of a treatment planning support tool' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 44
  • Vincent GM, 'Introduction to this Special Issue on implementing evidence‐based practices in forensic settings' (2021) 39 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 1

 

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence: an international journal of legal thought (click to view more)

  • Bazelon E, 'Transforming American Prosecution' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 1
  • Black V and Fenton A, 'Humane Driving' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 11
  • Carleton A, 'The "Other" Relationship to Land: Property, Belonging, and Alternative Ontology' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 29
  • Chadha-Sridhar I, 'The Value of Vagueness: A Feminist Analysis' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 59
  • Hoffmaster B, 'Judging Rationally' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 85
  • Huberman P, 'Tort Law, Corrective Justice and the Problem of Autonomous-Machine-Caused Harm' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 105
  • Purshouse C, 'Flourishing Under Private Law? A Critique of McBride's Explanatory Theory' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 239
  • Simpson RM, 'Minimalism, Determinacy, and Human Rights' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 149
  • Tamanaha BZ, 'Pragmatic Reconstruction in Jurisprudence: Features of a Realistic Legal Theory' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 171
  • Tong Y, 'On the Nature of Necessary Truths in Jurisprudence: Putting Wittgensteinian Hinges to Use' (2021) 5834 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 203

 

Columbia Human Rights Law Review (click to view more)

  • Ellison CS and Gupta A, 'UNWILLING OR UNABLE? THE FAILURE TO CONFORM THE NONSTATE ACTOR STANDARD IN ASYLUM CLAIMS TO THE REFUGEE ACT' (2021) 52 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 441

 

Columbia Journal of Transnational Law (click to view more)

  • Beer Y, 'Regulating Armed Reprisals: Revisiting the Scope of Lawful Self-Defense' (2021) 59 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 117
  • Dale K, 'The Inadequate Reach of Aiding and Abetting Liability under the Antiterrorism Act' (2021) 59 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 209
  • Gardbaum S, 'The Counter-Playbook: Resisting the Populist Assault on Separation of Powers' (2021) 59 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 1
  • Loud D, 'EMITTING INJUSTICE?' (2021) 59 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 169
  • Tekuya ME, 'Sink or Swim: Alternatives for Unlocking the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Dispute' (2021) 59 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 65

 

Columbia Law Review (click to view more)

  • Ahdout ZP, 'DIRECT COLLATERAL REVIEW' (2021) 121 Columbia Law Review 159
  • Kendrick I, 'CRITICAL HABITAT DESIGNATIONS UNDER THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT IN AN ERA OF CLIMATE CRISIS' (2021) 121 Columbia Law Review 81
  • Manners J and Menand L, 'THE THREE PERMISSIONS: PRESIDENTIAL REMOVAL AND THE STATUTORY LIMITS OF AGENCY INDEPENDENCE' (2021) 121 Columbia Law Review 1
  • Martin JJ, 'HACKS DANGEROUS TO HUMAN LIFE: USING JASTA TO OVERCOME FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY IN STATE-SPONSORED CYBERATTACK CASES' (2021) 121 Columbia Law Review 119

 

Corporate Governance (Oxford): an international review (click to view more)

  • 'Corporate Governance Mechanisms in light of the COVID‐19 Crisis: How Financial Information and Regulation, Managerial Decision‐Making, and Policy Intervention Can Shape the Economic Recovery' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 103
  • 'Corporate Governance Mechanisms in light of the COVID‐19 Crisis: How Financial Information and Regulation, Managerial Decision‐Making, and Policy Intervention Can Shape the Economic Recovery' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 210
  • Bose S, Khan HZ and Monem RM, 'Does green banking performance pay off? Evidence from a unique regulatory setting in Bangladesh' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 162
  • Boutchkova M and others, 'Gender diversity and the spillover effects of women on boards' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 2
  • Cotugno M and others, 'Do supervisory enforcement actions affect board composition?' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 22
  • Gounopoulos D, Loukopoulos G and Loukopoulos P, 'CEO education and the ability to raise capital' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 67
  • Mutlu CC, Mutlu S and Sauerwald S, 'CEO outside directorships and managerial efficiency: The role of host board capital' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 45
  • Nekhili M, Boukadhaba A and Nagati H, 'The ESG–financial performance relationship: Does the type of employee board representation matter?' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 134
  • Sardais C, Blom M and Lortie J, 'Exit, voice, loyalty, and ... disobedience: When a CEO opposes his principal' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 188
  • Yin X and others, 'Social norms for fairness and board voting behavior: An experimental investigation' (2021) 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 110

 

Criminal Law and Philosophy (click to view more)

  • Hanna J, Review of David Birks and Thomas Douglas, eds., Treatment for Crime: Philosophical Essays on Neurointerventions in Criminal Justice: Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2018, 384 pp (2021)
  • Patten A, Religious Accommodation and Disproportionate Burden (2021)
  • Quong J, On Laborde's Liberalism (2021)
  • Gross ML, 'Cecile Fabre, Economic Statecraft: Human Rights, Sanctions and Conditionality' (2021) 15 Criminal Law & Philosophy 119
  • Hindkjaer Madsen T, 'Are Dissenters Epistemically Arrogant?' (2021) 15 Criminal Law & Philosophy 1
  • Laborde C, 'Reply to Quong, Patten, Miller and Waldron' (2021) 15 Criminal Law & Philosophy 105
  • Malcai O and Rivlin R, 'Reasonable Self-doubt' (2021) 15 Criminal Law & Philosophy 25
  • Miller D, 'What's Wrong with Religious Establishment?' (2021) 15 Criminal Law & Philosophy 75
  • Waldron J, 'Religion's Liberalism' (2021) 15 Criminal Law & Philosophy 91
Duke Law Journal Ethics: an international journal of social, political, and legal philosophy European Business Organization Law Review
European Journal of Law and Economics Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal Federal Law Review
Geopolitics George Washington Law Review Harvard Environmental Law Review
Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy Harvard Law Review Human Rights Law Review
Human Rights Quarterly: a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities and law International and Comparative Law Quarterly International Journal for the Semiotics of Law
International Journal of Constitutional Law International Journal of Evidence and Proof International Journal of the Legal Profession
International Journal of Transitional Justice  
     

Duke Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Eichensehr KE, 'THE YOUNGSTOWN CANON: VETOED BILLS AND THE SEPARATION OF POWERS' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1145
  • Hazel JW and Slobogin C, '"A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE"? LAW ENFORCEMENT, GENETIC DATA, AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 705
  • Hickman KE and Nielson AL, 'THE FUTURE OF CHEVRON DEFERENCE' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1015
  • Hickman KE and Nielson AL, 'NARROWING CHEVRON'S DOMAIN' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 931
  • Kozel RJ, 'RETHEORIZING PRECEDENT' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1025
  • Lawrence MB, 'CONGRESS'S DOMAIN: APPROPRIATIONS, TIME, AND CHEVRON' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1057
  • Lemley MA, 'THE SPLINTERNET' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1297
  • Lew K, 'UNBALANCED: THE CASE FOR REMOVING TITLE IX'S PRIVATE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS EXEMPTION' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 847
  • Masur JS and Posner EA, 'CHEVRONIZING AROUND COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1109
  • Merrill TW, 'RE-READING CHEVRON' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1153
  • Peplow EC, 'PAINT ON ANY OTHER CANVAS: CLOSING A COPYRIGHT LOOPHOLE FOR STREET ART ON THE EXTERIOR OF AN ARCHITECTURAL WORK' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 885
  • Sheley E, 'CRIMINALIZING COERCIVE CONTROL WITHIN THE LIMITS OF DUE PROCESS' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1221
  • Sherwood Z, 'TIME TO RELOAD: THE HARMS OF THE FEDERAL FELON-IN-POSSESSION BAN IN A POST-HELLER WORLD' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1329
  • Smith LN, 'THE CONSTITUTION AND THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: WHEN POLITICAL ACTION BECOMES STATE ACTION' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1375
  • Sukhatme NU and Jenkins JAY, 'PAY TO PLAY? CAMPAIGN FINANCE AND THE INCENTIVE GAP IN THE SIXTH AMENDMENT'S RIGHT TO COUNSEL' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 775
  • Wadhia SS and Walker CJ, 'THE CASE AGAINST CHEVRON DEFERENCE IN IMMIGRATION ADJUDICATION' (2021) 70 Duke Law Journal 1197

 

Federal Law Review (click to view more)

  • Carter A, 'Moving Beyond the Common Law Objection to Structured Proportionality' (2021) 49 Federal Law Review 73
  • Crowe J, 'Constitutional Text, Authorial Intentions and Implied Rights: A Response to Allan and Arcioni' (2021) 49 Federal Law Review 149
  • Dixon O, 'The Efficacy of Australia Adopting a Debarment Regime in Public Procurement' (2021) 49 Federal Law Review 122
  • Gray AD, 'Public Servants and the Implied Freedom of Political Communication' (2021) 49 Federal Law Review 3
  • McCabe P, 'Contracts and the Implied Freedom of Political Communication' (2021) 49 Federal Law Review 40
  • Twomey A, 'The Reserve Powers in Times of Political Crisis: The Dutton/Turnbull Leadership Challenge and Royal Assent to the Medevac Bill and Brexit Bills' (2021) 49 Federal Law Review 96

 

George Washington Law Review (click to view more)

  • Comber G, 'I Presume We’re (Commercially) Speaking Privately: Clarifying the Court’s Approach to the First Amendment Implications of Data Privacy Regulations' (2021) 89 George Washington Law Review Arguendo 202
  • Crawford J, Menand L and Ricks M, 'FedAccounts: Digital Dollars' (2021) 89 George Washington Law Review Arguendo 113
  • Roberts S, 'Drugs and Racketeering Don’t Mix: The Potential Achilles’ Heel of the National Prescription Opiate Litigation' (2021) 89 George Washington Law Review Arguendo 173
  • Sinha M, 'Junk Science at Sentencing' (2021) 89 George Washington Law Review Arguendo 52
  • Solove DJ, 'The Myth of the Privacy Paradox' (2021) 89 George Washington Law Review Arguendo 1

 

Harvard Environmental Law Review (click to view more)

  • Francis AR, 'MIGRANTS CAN MAKE INTERNATIONAL LAW' (2021) 45 Harvard Environmental Law Review 99
  • Grijalva JM, 'ENDING THE INTERMINABLE GAP IN INDIAN COUNTRY WATER QUALITY PROTECTION' (2021) 45 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1
  • Paparo R, 'NOT A BOX TO BE CHECKED: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND FRIENDS OF BUCKINGHAM V. STATE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD (4TH CIR. 2020)' (2021) 45 Harvard Environmental Law Review 219
  • Spitz L and Peñalver EM, 'NATURE'S PERSONHOOD AND PROPERTY'S VIRTUES' (2021) 45 Harvard Environmental Law Review 67
  • Star N, 'STATE COURTS DECIDE STATE TORTS: JUDICIAL FEDERALISM & THE COSTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE A COMMENT ON CITY OF OAKLAND V. BP PLC (9TH CIR. 2020)' (2021) 45 Harvard Environmental Law Review 195
  • Young K and Bork K, 'PROTECTING PLANTS UNDER THE EXISTING ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT' (2021) 45 Harvard Environmental Law Review 151

 

Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (click to view more)

  • Baker LA, 'RETHINKING THE SENATE' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 39
  • Baude W, 'CONSTITUTIONALIZING INTERSTATE RELATIONS: THE TEMPTATION OF THE DARK SIDE' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 57
  • Bloom MJ, 'PREFACE' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy ii
  • Clement PD, 'THE FEDERALIST NO. 48, THE SEPARATION OF POWERS, AND "THE IMPETUOUS VORTEX"' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 1
  • Cordova N, 'PARENS PATRIAE AND STATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL: A SOLUTION TO OUR NATION'S OPIOID LITIGATION?' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 339
  • Hills RM, 'KEEPING THE COMPACT CLAUSE IRRELEVANT' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 29
  • John YOO, 'THE PROPER ROLE OF THE SENATE' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 47
  • Kulp BA, 'JURISDICTIONAL AVOIDANCE: RECTIFYING THE LOWER COURTS' MISAPPLICATION OF STEEL CO' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 374
  • Lerner CS, '"CRIMES INVOLVING MORAL TURPITUDE": THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND PERSISTENT IMMIGRATION LAW DOCTRINE' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 71
  • Mayer LH and Pohlman ZB, 'WHAT IS CAESAR'S, WHAT IS GOD'S: FUNDAMENTAL PUBLIC POLICY FOR CHURCHES' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 145
  • Platt AI, 'IS ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY JUDGMENT UNLAWFUL?' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 239
  • Whittington K, 'THE ROLE OF NORMS IN OUR CONSTITUTIONAL ORDER' (2021) 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 17

 

Harvard Law Review (click to view more)

  • 'ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—CHEVRON FRAMEWORK—D.C. CIRCUIT UPHOLDS AGENCY RULE EXPANDING EXCEPTION TO AFFORDABLE CARE ACT. — Ass’n for Community Affiliated Plans v. U.S. Department of the Treasury, 966 F.3d 782 (D.C. Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1551
  • 'APPELLATE PROCEDURE—EN BANC REVIEW—SECOND CIRCUIT DECLINES TO REHEAR IMMIGRATION CASE EN BANC, DESPITE CIRCUIT SPLIT. — New York v. U.S. Department of Justice, 964 F.3d 150 (2d Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1601
  • 'BEYOND “NO LAW TO APPLY”: UNITING THE CURRENT COURT IN THE CONTEXT OF APA REVIEWABILITY' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1206
  • 'BLACK LIVES DISCOUNTED: ALTERING THE STANDARD FOR VOIR DIRE AND THE RULES OF EVIDENCE TO BETTER ACCOUNT FOR IMPLICIT RACIAL BIASES AGAINST BLACK VICTIMS IN SELF-DEFENSE CASES' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1521
  • 'CIVIL RIGHTS — U.S. TERRITORIES — FIRST CIRCUIT AFFIRMS THAT UNEQUAL FEDERAL BENEFITS PROGRAM IN PUERTO RICO VIOLATES FIFTH AMENDMENT. — United States v. Vaello-Madero, 956 F.3d 12 (1st Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1260
  • 'CLASS ACTION LAW — ARTICLE III STANDING — NINTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT ABSENT CLASS MEMBERS MUST SATISFY ARTICLE III STANDING AT THE DAMAGES PHASE OF A CLASS ACTION. — Ramirez v. TransUnion LLC, 951 F.3d 1008 (9th Cir.), cert. granted in part, No. 20-297, 2020 WL 7366280 (U.S. Dec. 16, 2020) (mem.)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1286
  • 'CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — EMERGENCY POWERS — FIFTH CIRCUIT UPHOLDS ABORTION RESTRICTIONS DURING COVID19 PANDEMIC. — In re Abbott, 954 F.3d 772 (5th Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1228
  • 'CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — QUALIFIED IMMUNITY — SECOND CIRCUIT DECLINES TO DELINEATE CONSTITUTIONAL BOUNDARIES OF ACCEPTABLE OFFICIAL CONDUCT IN QUARANTINE. — Liberian Community Ass’n of Connecticut v. Lamont, 970 F.3d 174 (2d Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1244
  • 'CRIMINAL LAW—CRIMINAL ATTEMPTS—MINNESOTA SUPREME COURT ADOPTS PLAIN MEANING INTERPRETATION OF CRIMINAL ATTEMPT STATUTE, MINIMIZING ROLE OF STATUTORY CONTEXT.— State v. Degroot, 946 N.W.2d 354 (Minn. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1559
  • 'CRIMINAL PROCEDURE — SEARCHES — SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT OF MASSACHUSETTS HOLDS THAT CONTINUOUS, LONGTERM POLE CAMERA SURVEILLANCE OUTSIDE HOMES IS A SEARCH UNDER STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW. — Commonwealth v. Mora, 150 N.E.3d 297 (Mass. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1268
  • 'ELECTION LAW — STATUTORY INTERPRETATION — SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS HOLDS THAT LACKING IMMUNITY TO COVID19 IS NOT A DISABILITY THAT WOULD ALLOW VOTING BY MAIL. — In re State, 602 S.W.3d 549 (Tex. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1236
  • 'ELECTION LAW — VOTING RIGHTS — SIXTH CIRCUIT LIMITS SCOPE OF EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS REGARDING DISPARATE TREATMENT OF VOTERS. — Mays v. LaRose, 951 F.3d 775 (6th Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1252
  • 'EMPLOYMENT LAW—TITLE VII—ANTIRETALIATION—ELEVENTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT HUMAN RESOURCE EMPLOYEE’S ENCOURAGEMENT OF COWORKER TO FILE EEOC CHARGE WAS NOT PROTECTED ACTIVITY. — Gogel v. Kia Motors Manufacturing of Georgia, Inc., 967 F.3d 1121 (11th Cir. 2020) (en banc)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1591
  • 'FEDERAL INDIAN LAW—TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY—SEVENTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT ONEIDA NATION REMAINS INTACT. — Oneida Nation v. Village of Hobart, 968 F.3d 664 (7th Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1583
  • 'FIRST AMENDMENT—CAMPAIGN FINANCE—FOURTH CIRCUIT INVALIDATES MARYLAND’S ONLINE CAMPAIGN ADVERTISING DISCLOSURE LAW.—Washington Post v. McManus, 944 F.3d 506 (4th Cir. 2019)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1575
  • 'IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE CHILD ASYLUM-SEEKER: A THREAT TO FAMILY UNITY' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1456
  • 'INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY—COPYRIGHT IN MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS—NINTH CIRCUIT CONFINES THE SCOPE OF COPYRIGHT IN COMPOSITIONS UNDER THE 1909 ACT TO THE DEPOSIT COPY. — Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin, 952 F.3d 1051 (9th Cir. 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1543
  • 'INTERPRETING CONGRESS’S CREATION OF ALTERNATIVE REMEDIAL SCHEMES' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1499
  • 'NATIONAL SECURITY LAW—SURVEILLANCE—COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION INVALIDATES THE EU-U.S. PRIVACY SHIELD. — Case C-311/18, Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland Ltd., ECLI:EU:C:2020:559 (July 16, 2020)' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1567
  • 'NONDELEGATION’S UNPRINCIPLED FOREIGN AFFAIRS EXCEPTIONALISM' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1132
  • 'PROPERTY LAW — MEDIEVAL CHARITABLE TRUSTS — TURKEY’S HIGHEST ADMINISTRATIVE COURT ANNULS ATATURK’S 1934 DECISION CONVERTING THE HAGIA SOPHIA INTO A MUSEUM. — Daniștay, Onuncu Daire [Council of State, Tenth Chamber] Matter No. 2016/16015, Decision No. 2020/2595, July 2, 2020' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1278
  • 'STATE COURTS AND THE FEDERALIZATION OF ARBITRATION LAW' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1184
  • 'TRIBAL POWER, WORKER POWER: ORGANIZING UNIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIVE SOVEREIGNTY' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1162
  • 'TRIBES CAN PROHIBIT ABORTIONS IN INDIAN COUNTRY' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1477
  • Balganesh S and Taisu Z, 'LEGAL INTERNALISM IN MODERN HISTORIES OF COPYRIGHT' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1066
  • Barclay SH and Steele M, 'RETHINKING PROTECTIONS FOR INDIGENOUS SACRED SITES' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1295
  • Christiansen MR and Macey JC, 'LONG LIVE THE FEDERAL POWER ACT’S BRIGHT LINE' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1361
  • Feigen B and others, 'MEMORIAM: JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 882
  • Goldberg JCP and Zipursky BC, 'THOROUGHLY MODERN TORT THEORY' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 184
  • Kerr OS, 'DECRYPTION ORIGINALISM: THE LESSONS OF BURR' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 905
  • Natapoff A, 'CRIMINAL MUNICIPAL COURTS' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 964
  • Ossei-Owusu S, 'KANGAROO COURTS' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 200
  • Roediger BD, 'ABOLISH MUNICIPAL COURTS: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR NATAPOFF' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 213
  • Rossi J, 'ENERGY FEDERALISM’S AIM' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 228
  • Sharkey CM, 'MODERN TORT LAW: PREVENTING HARMS, NOT RECOGNIZING WRONGS' (2021) 134 Harvard Law Review 1423

 

Human Rights Law Review (click to view more)

  • 'Human Rights Law Review: Editorial Changes' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review i
  • 'Sarah Williams, Hannah Woolaver and Emma Palmer, The Amicus Curiae in International Criminal Justice (Hart Publishing, 2020, liii +367pp, £72) ISBN 9781509913329 (hb)' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 259
  • 'Susan Marks, A False Tree of Liberty: Human Rights in Radical Thought (Oxford University Press, New York, 2020, xiii + 277 pp, £60.00) ISBN 9780199675456 (hb)' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 252
  • Ciliberto G, 'A Brand-New Exclusionary Clause to the Prohibition of Collective Expulsion of Aliens: The Applicant's Own Conduct in N.D. and N.T. v Spain' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 203
  • Ghráinne BN, 'Complementary Protection and Encampment' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 54
  • Glušac L, 'A Critical Appraisal of the Venice Principles on the Protection and Promotion of the Ombudsman: An Equivalent to the Paris Principles?' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 22
  • Graham L, 'Jeanty v Belgium: Saving Lives Provides (another) Exception to Article 3 ECHR' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 221
  • Łącki P, 'Consensus as a Basis for Dynamic Interpretation of the ECHR—A Critical Assessment' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 186
  • Manley S, 'Critical Speech in Southeast Asian Grey Literature During the COVID-19 Pandemic' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 233
  • Maués AM and others, 'Judicial Dialogue Between National Courts and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: A Comparative Study of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico' (2021) 21 Human Rights Law Review 108
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  • Chandra V, 'ENDING CORPORATE ANONYMITY: BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP, SANCTIONS EVASION, AND WHAT THE UNITED NATIONS SHOULD DO ABOUT IT' (2021) 42 Michigan Journal of International Law 177
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Modern Law Review (click to view more)

  • Barton C, 'A Failure of Proportion: Non‐Consensual Adoption in England and Wales' (2021) 84 Modern Law Review 417
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