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Selected Law Journals: Table of Contents

March 2021

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 Law Journal
Australian Journal of Human Rights Columbia Journal of Environmental Law Columbia Law Review
Common Market Law Review Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal Cornell Law Review
Corporate Governance (Oxford): an international review Crime and Delinquency Criminal Justice and Behavior
Criminal Law Review Duke Law Journal Ethics: an international journal of social, political, and legal philosophy
European Business Organization Law Review European Journal of Law and Economics European Law Review
   

Australian Law Journal (click to view more)

  • ‘AND WHAT IS NEW FOR 2021?’ 95 Australian Law Journal 9
  • ‘Clayton v Bant’ 95 Australian Law Journal 34
  • ‘THE CURATED PAGE’ 95 Australian Law Journal 11
  • ‘NOVEL REMEDIES FOR DISSIPATION, ABSENT NOTIONAL ESTATE’ 95 Australian Law Journal 21
  • ‘THE YEAR AHEAD’ 95 Australian Law Journal 7
  • Aroney N, ‘Three Key Issues Arising Out of the Engineers Case: A Reply’ 95 Australian Law Journal 25
  • Carroll J, ‘Chetcuti v Commonwealth’ 95 Australian Law Journal 1
  • D. J C, ‘SHIP CONSTRUCTION CLAIMS IN ADMIRALTY’ 95 Australian Law Journal 13
  • F K, ‘NUCLEAR WEAPONS’ 95 Australian Law Journal 10
  • Latimer P, ‘Unexplained Wealth Orders in Australia Limits to Transparency and Responsibility for Other People's Wealth’ 95 Australian Law Journal 36
  • M L, ‘INJUNCTIONS IN CRIMINAL LAW’ 95 Australian Law Journal 18
  • McGregor J, ‘Minister for Home Affairs v DUA16/Minister for Home Affairs v CHK16’ 95 Australian Law Journal 54
  • Preston JBJ, ‘Climate Conscious Lawyering’ 95 Australian Law Journal 51
  • Tognetti C, ‘Minister for Home Affairs v DMA18 as litigation guardian for DLZ18/Minister for Home Affairs v Arthur as litigation representative for BXD18/Minister for Home Affairs v FRX17 as litigation representative for FRM17/Minister for Home Affairs v DJA18 as litigation representative for DIZ18’ 95 Australian Law Journal 14
  • Wright AC, Luu B and Cashmore J, ‘Adoption in Australia: Past, Present and Considerations for the Future’ 95 Australian Law Journal 67

 

Columbia Journal of Environmental Law (click to view more)

  • Abate RS, ‘Anthropocene Accountability Litigation: Confronting Common Enemies to Promote a Just Transition’ 46 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 225
  • Jones S and Pippin JS, ‘Stabilizing the Edge: Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic Shorescapes Facing Sea-level Rise’ 46 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 29

 

Columbia Law Review (click to view more)

  • Covington B, ‘CLOSING THE TOUHY GAP: THE APA, THE FRCP, AND NONPARTY DISCOVERY AGAINST FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES’ 121 Columbia Law Review 369
  • Davidson NM and Mulvaney TM, ‘TAKINGS LOCALISM’ 121 Columbia Law Review 215
  • Kovarsky L, ‘HABEAS PRIVILEGE ORIGINATION AND DHS V. THURAISSIGIAM’ 121 Columbia Law Review 23
  • Mortenson JD and Bagley N, ‘DELEGATION AT THE FOUNDING’ 121 Columbia Law Review 277
  • Ortman W, ‘CONFRONTATION IN THE AGE OF PLEA BARGAINING’ 121 Columbia Law Review 451
  • Werner AC, ‘PLEADING WITH THE PAST: ASSESSING STATE APPROACHES TO LAFLER AND FRYE'S COUNTERFACTUAL PREJUDICE PRONG’ 121 Columbia Law Review 411
     

Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal (click to view more)

  • ‘Jacques Rojot (1941-2020)’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 317
  • ‘Table of Contents’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal i
  • Alon-Shenker P and MacDermott T, ‘Intersecting Age and Gender in Workplace Discrimination Complaints’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 521
  • Borelli S, ‘Fitting the Panoply in a Binary Perspective. The Italian Platform Workers in the European Context A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 365
  • Daugareilh I, ‘A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers: Introduction’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 325
  • ‘The Legal Status of Platform Workers in France A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 405
  • Doellgast V, ‘Transformations of Trade Unionism: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives on Workers Organizing in Europe and the United States, Eighteenth to Twenty-First Centuries Book Review’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 569
  • Drache D, ‘The Class Politics of the Law: Essays Inspired by Harry Glasbeek Book Review’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 563
  • Dunand J-P, Magoga-Sabatier S and Mahon P, ‘The Status of Platform Workers in the Swiss Legal System A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 343
  • Gundt N, ‘The Netherlands: Trying to Solve 21st Century Challenges by Using 20th Century Concepts A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 473
  • Jacoby SM, ‘Return of the Repressed: Will the Coronavirus Bring a Great Transformation to America?’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 503
  • Lamine A and Wattecamps C, ‘Which Labor Rights for on-Demand Workers? A Critical Appraisal of the Current Belgian Legal Framework A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 483
  • Lee T, ‘Workers, Collectivism and the Law: Grappling with Democracy Book Review’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 573
  • Loschnigg G, ‘Platform Work in Austria A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 395
  • Mason L, ‘Locating Unity in the Fragmented Platform Economy: Labor Law and the Platform Economy in the United Kingdom A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 329
  • Neal AC, ‘Jacques Rojot’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 319
  • ‘Jacques Rojot’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 319
  • Pellegrini C, ‘Reflections on Jacques Rojot’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 321
  • ‘Reflections on Jacques Rojot’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 321
  • Rodriguez-Pinero Royo M, ‘Platforms and Platform Work in Spanish Industrial Relations A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 443
  • Rosioru F, ‘The Status of Platform Workers in Romania A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 423
  • Weiss M, ‘The European Convention on Human Rights and the Employment Relation; The European Social Charter and the Employment Relation; The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the Employment Relation Book Review’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 577
  • ‘Jacques Rojot: A Very Personal Reminiscence’ 41 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 323

 

Cornell Law Review  (click to view more)

  • Beerdsen E, ‘LITIGATION SCIENCE AFTER THE KNOWLEDGE CRISIS’ 106 Cornell Law Review 529
  • Bellin J, ‘THE EVIDENCE RULES THAT CONVICT THE INNOCENT’ 106 Cornell Law Review 305
  • Buchanan NH and Dorf MC, ‘A TALE OF TWO FORMALISMS: HOW LAW AND ECONOMICS MIRRORS ORIGINALISM AND TEXTUALISM’ 106 Cornell Law Review 591
  • Coad LA, ‘COMPELLING CODE: A FIRST AMENDMENT ARGUMENT AGAINST REQUIRING POLITICAL NEUTRALITY IN ONLINE CONTENT MODERATION’ 106 Cornell Law Review 457
  • Devendorf L, ‘SECOND-CLASS CITIZENS UNDER THE SECOND AMENDMENT: THE CASE FOR APPLYING STRICT SCRUTINY TO LIFETIME FIREARM BANS FOR INDIVIDUALS PREVIOUSLY COMMITTED TO MENTAL INSTITUTIONS’ 106 Cornell Law Review 501
  • Eaglin JM, ‘POPULATION-BASED SENTENCING’ 106 Cornell Law Review 353
  • Fagundes D and Miller DAH, ‘THE CITY'S SECOND AMENDMENT’ 106 Cornell Law Review 677
  • Herzog M, ‘"THE INTENT TO INFLUENCE": JURY TAMPERING STATUTES AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT’ 106 Cornell Law Review 745
  • Rhim JH, ‘LEFT AT THE GATE: HOW GATE MONEY COULD HELP PRISONERS REINTEGRATE UPON RELEASE’ 106 Cornell Law Review 783
  • Tokson M, ‘INESCAPABLE SURVEILLANCE’ 106 Cornell Law Review 40

 

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

  • ‘CGIR Special Issues’ 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 208
  • ‘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’ 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 210
  • ‘Issue Information’ 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 109
  • Bose S, Khan HZ and Monem RM, ‘Does green banking performance pay off? Evidence from a unique regulatory setting in Bangladesh’ 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 162
  • Nekhili M, Boukadhaba A and Nagati H, ‘The ESG–financial performance relationship: Does the type of employee board representation matter?’ 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’ 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 188
  • Yin X and others, ‘Social norms for fairness and board voting behavior: An experimental investigation’ 29 Corporate Governance: An International Review 110

 

Criminal Law Review (click to view more)

  • ‘Cases and Comments’ Criminal Law Review 123
  • ‘Conspiracy’ Criminal Law Review 127
  • ‘Discover current and practical titles’ Criminal Law Review 2
  • ‘Explosives’ Criminal Law Review 130
  • ‘Fraud’ Criminal Law Review 135
  • ‘R. v Beckett (Vanda)’ Criminal Law Review 142
  • ‘R. v Hewitt (Andre Byron) R. v Mulcare (Jovan)’ Criminal Law Review 144
  • ‘Serious Fraud Office v G4S Care and Justice Services (UK) Ltd’ Criminal Law Review 138
  • ‘Vital supplements to keep your resources current’ Criminal Law Review 18
  • ‘Youth Court’ Criminal Law Review 146
  • Azmeh U, ‘Exemplary Sentencing for Terrorist Offenders: The Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill 2020’ Criminal Law Review 5
  • Emanuel D, Mawer C and Janes L, ‘The Sentencing of Young Adults: A Distinct Group Requiring a Distinct Approach’ Criminal Law Review 203
  • Gröning L, ‘Has Norway Abandoned its Medical Model? Thoughts about the Criminal Insanity Law Reform post 22 July’ Criminal Law Review 191
  • Hargreaves D and Hungerford-Welch P, ‘R v. Hewitt (Douglas Joseph)’ Criminal Law Review 227
  • ‘R. v Lowther’ Criminal Law Review 242
  • ‘R. v Wangige (Joseph Karumba)’ Criminal Law Review 218
  • Harris L, ‘R. (on the application of X) v Ealing Youth Court’ Criminal Law Review 60
  • ‘R. v Cleiand (Cameron John)’ Criminal Law Review 237
  • ‘R. v Irons (Derek)’ Criminal Law Review 240
  • ‘R. v RB’ Criminal Law Review 64
  • ‘R. v Rooney (John Joseph)’ Criminal Law Review 66
  • Hodgetts C and MacPartholán C, ‘An Evolution in Devolution? Welsh Criminal Justice and the Commission on Justice in Wales’ Criminal Law Review 34
  • Hucklesby A, ‘Pre-charge Bail and Release Under Investigation (RUI): An Urgent Case for Reform’ Criminal Law Review 82
  • McGourlay C and Green A, ‘Accessorial Liability after Jogee’ Criminal Law Review 152
  • Milman D and Bailey P, ‘Everything you need to know on insolvency legislation: Sealy and Milman: Annotated Guide to the Insolvency Legislation, 23rd Edition’ Criminal Law Review 15
  • O'Loughlin A, ‘Sentencing Mentally Disordered Offenders in England and Wales: Towards a Rights-Based Approach’ Criminal Law Review 98
  • Ormerod D, ‘Parole--A Root and Branch Review?’ Criminal Law Review 79
  • ‘Sentencing Children and Young People’ Criminal Law Review 1
  • Rees T, ‘R. v Cadamartriea (Colin)’ Criminal Law Review 71
  • Rees T and Roberts A, ‘R. v Gabriel (Ralston Terrance); R. v Gabriel (Rickie); R. v Gabriel (Reiss)’ Criminal Law Review 231
  • Riddle H, Edwards A and Hardcastle M, ‘Covid-19 and the Criminal Courts’ Criminal Law Review 159
  • Rumney PNS and McPhee D, ‘The Evidential Value of Electronic Communications Data in Rape and Sexual Offence Cases’ Criminal Law Review 20
  • Sutherland J, ‘R. v Adams (Gerard)’ Criminal Law Review 69
  • ‘R. v Bajaj (Arun)’ Criminal Law Review 56
  • Sutherland J and Hungerford-Welch P, ‘R. v Gynane (Joe Derek)’ Criminal Law Review 234
  • Tausz D, ‘Wilson v CPS’ Criminal Law Review 75
  • Tausz D and Hungerford-Welch P, ‘R. (on the application of the Director of Public Prosecutions) v Woolwich Crown Court; R. (on the application of Lucima) v Director of Public Prosecutions’ Criminal Law Review 221
  • Taylor A and Floinn MÓ, ‘Bitcoin Burglaries and The Theft Act 1968’ Criminal Law Review 163
  • Walker S, ‘The Foreseeability of Law: How Many Lawyers Should it Take to Understand your Criminal Liability?’ Criminal Law Review 113
     

Duke Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Eckstein A and Parchomovsky G, ‘THE AGENT'S PROBLEM’ [Duke University, School of Law] 70 Duke Law Journal 1413
  • Jennings AK, ‘FOLLOW-UP ENFORCEMENT’ [Duke University, School of Law] 70 Duke Law Journal 1473
  • Nguyen EH, ‘SCALPELS OVER SLEDGEHAMMERS: SAVING DIAGNOSTIC PATENTS THROUGH JUDICIAL INTERVENTION RATHER THAN LEGISLATIVE OVERRIDE’ [Duke University, School of Law] 70 Duke Law Journal 1535
  • Wilson MA, ‘THE LAW OF LENITY: ENACTING A CODIFIED FEDERAL RULE OF LENITY’ [Duke University, School of Law] 70 Duke Law Journal 1567
     

European Law Review (click to view more)

  • ‘Build on your legal knowledge with the most up to date legal resources’ European Law Review 1
  • ‘Keep your legal knowlledge up to date with expert commentary from leaders in the field’ European Law Review 1
  • Avbelj M, ‘Revitalisation of EU Constitutionalism’ 46 European Law Review 3
  • Butler G, ‘The Currency of Solidarity: Constitutional Transformation during the Euro Crisis’ 46 European Law Review 115
  • Church O, Derclaye E and Stupfler G, ‘Design Litigation in the EU Member States: Are Overlaps with Other Intellectual Property Rights and Unfair Competition Problematic and are SMEs Benefitting from the EU Design Legal Framework?’ 46 European Law Review 37
  • Daly TG, ‘European Constitutional Courts and Transitions to Democracy’ 46 European Law Review 117
  • Hoevenaars J and Krommendijk J, ‘Black Box in Luxembourg: The Bewildering Experience of National Judges and Lawyers in the Context of the Preliminary Reference Procedure’ 46 European Law Review 61
  • Kostakopoulou D, ‘Justice, Individual Empowerment and the Principle of Non-regression in the European Union’ 46 European Law Review 92
  • Král R and Mádr P, ‘Analysis and Reflections: On the (In)Applicability of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights to National Measures Exceeding the Requirements of Minimum Harmonisation Directives’ 46 European Law Review 81
  • Lonardo L, ‘Republic of Slovenia v Republic of Croatia (C-457/18): "Am I my Brother's Keeper?" International Agreements by Member States and the Limits of the European Court of Justice's Jurisdiction’ 46 European Law Review 105
  • P K, ‘The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Brexit is done, long live Brexit!’ 46 European Law Review 1
  • Purnhagen KP, ‘The Increasing Overlap of Agricultural, Free Movement and Competition Law in the EU’ 46 European Law Review 20
  • Shleina V, ‘EU Citizenship Law and Policy: Beyond Brexit’ 46 European Law Review 120
  • Wiebe A, ‘The Harmonization and Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU: An Appraisal of the Directive’ 46 European Law Review 123
Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal Geopolitics Human Rights 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 Journal of Common Market Studies
Journal of Competition Law and Economics Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy: online peer-reviewed journal of moral, political and legal philosophy Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation Journal of Legal History
Journal of Political Philosophy Journal of World Investment and Trade Journal of World Trade
Juristenzeitung Justice Quarterly   

Harvard Law Review (click to view more)

  • ‘ADMINISTRATIVE LAW — FEDERAL ADVISORY COMMITTEES — D.C. CIRCUIT FINDS EPA DIRECTIVE INVALID. — Physicians for Social Responsibility v. Wheeler, 956 F.3d 634 (D.C. Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2283
  • ‘ADMINISTRATIVE LAW — IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT — FIFTH CIRCUIT ALLOWS BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS TO CHANGE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY STATUTORY INTERPRETATION WITHOUT REASONED EXPLANATION. — Ali v. Barr, 951 F.3d 275 (5th Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1889
  • ‘ADVERTISING LAW — DECEPTIVE OMISSIONS — FIRST CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT PRODUCT PACKAGES NEED NOT DISCLOSE LABOR ABUSES. — Tomasella v. Nestlé USA, Inc., 962 F.3d 60 (1st Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2257
  • ‘THE AGREEMENT AND THE GIRMITIYA’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1826
  • ‘BEYOND INTENT: ESTABLISHING DISCRIMINATORY PURPOSE IN ALGORITHMIC RISK ASSESSMENT’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1760
  • ‘CHAPTER FOUR: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT, COVID-19, AND THE CDC’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2233
  • ‘CHAPTER ONE: OUTLAWING TRANS YOUTH: STATE LEGISLATURES AND THE BATTLE OVER GENDER-AFFIRMING HEALTHCARE FOR MINORS’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2163
  • ‘CHAPTER THREE: THE LEGAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF CHILDBIRTH’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2209
  • ‘CHAPTER TWO: REFRAMING THE HARM: RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS AND THIRD-PARTY HARM AFTER LITTLE SISTERS’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2186
  • ‘CLIMATE LITIGATION — FEDERAL PREEMPTION OF STATE LAW — NINTH CIRCUIT FINDS THAT STATE PUBLIC NUISANCE CLAIMS AGAINST FOSSIL FUEL PRODUCERS ARE NOT COMPLETELY PREEMPTED BY FEDERAL LAW. — City of Oakland v. BP PLC, 969 F.3d 895 (9th Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1897
  • ‘CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINTS ON FREE EXERCISE ANALOGIES’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1782
  • ‘CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — EQUAL PROTECTION — ELEVENTH CIRCUIT UPHOLDS STATUTE LIMITING CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ON FELON REENFRANCHISEMENT. — Jones v. Governor of Florida, 975 F.3d 1016 (11th Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2291
  • ‘DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW: INTERSECTIONS IN HEALTHCARE AND LEGAL RIGHTS’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2158
  • ‘ELECTION LAW — PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS — FOURTH CIRCUIT RULES THAT WINNER-TAKE-ALL SYSTEM IS CONSTITUTIONAL. — Baten v. McMaster, 967 F.3d 345 (4th Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1913
  • ‘ENVIRONMENTAL LAW — AGENCY DISCRETION AVERSION — SIXTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT AGENCIES ARE NOT BOUND BY THE ESA OR NEPA WHEN REVIEWING OIL SPILL RESPONSE PLANS. — National Wildlife Federation v. Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 960 F.3d 872 (6th Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1905
  • ‘FANCIFUL FAILURES: KEEPING NONSENSE MARKS OFF THE TRADEMARK REGISTER’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1804
  • ‘FEDERAL COURTS — JUDICIAL POWER — FIFTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT COURTS CANNOT COMPEL USE OF PREFERRED PRONOUNS. — United States v. Varner, 948 F.3d 250 (5th Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2275
  • ‘FEDERAL COURTS — JUSTICIABILITY — NINTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT DEVELOPING AND SUPERVISING PLAN TO MITIGATE ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE WOULD EXCEED REMEDIAL POWERS OF ARTICLE III COURT. — Juliana v. United States, 947 F.3d 1159 (9th Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1929
  • ‘FIFTH AMENDMENT — COMPELLED DECRYPTION — SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY HOLDS THAT COMPELLED DISCLOSURE OF DEFENDANT’S IPHONE PASSCODES DOES NOT VIOLATE THE SELF-INCRIMINATION CLAUSE. — State v. Andrews, 234 A.3d 1254 (N.J. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2267
  • ‘INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY — COPYRIGHT — SECOND CIRCUIT FINDS TEMPORARY ART PROTECTED UNDER THE VISUAL ARTISTS RIGHTS ACT. — Castillo v. G&M Realty L.P., 950 F.3d 155 (2d Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1881
  • ‘PROSECUTING IN THE POLICE-LESS CITY: POLICE ABOLITION’S IMPACT ON LOCAL PROSECUTORS’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1859
  • ‘SIXTH AMENDMENT — RIGHT TO AUTONOMY — SECOND CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT COUNSEL ADMITTING TO ELEMENT OF CRIME OVER DEFENDANT’S PROTESTS DOES NOT VIOLATE DEFENDANT’S AUTONOMY. — United States v. Rosemond, 958 F.3d 111 (2d Cir. 2020)’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1321
  • Brady ME, ‘TURNING NEIGHBORS INTO NUISANCES’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1609
  • Carpenter KA, ‘LIVING THE SACRED: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2103
  • Kazis NM, ‘FAIR HOUSING FOR A NON-SEXIST CITY’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1684
  • Konnoth C, ‘PRIVATIZATION’S PREEMPTIVE EFFECTS’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 1937
  • Murray M, ‘RACE-ING ROE: REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE, RACIAL JUSTICE, AND THE BATTLE FOR ROE V. WADE’ [Harvard Law Review Association] 134 Harvard Law Review 2025

 

Human Rights Law Review (click to view more)

  • Casagran CB, ‘Fundamental Rights Implications of Interconnecting Migration and Policing Databases in the EU’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 433
  • Dickson B, ‘Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen, Les Trois Cours Régionales des Droits de l'Homme in Context: La justice qui n'allait pas de soi (Éditions A. Pedone, 2020), 588 pp; ISBN 978–2–233-00955–5; 48€’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 499
  • Forsberg L, ‘Anti-libidinal Interventions and Human Rights’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 384
  • Guercke L, ‘State Responsibility for a Failure to Prevent Violations of the Right to Life by Organised Criminal Groups: Disappearances in Mexico’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 329
  • Helm RK and Nasu H, ‘Regulatory Responses to 'Fake News' and Freedom of Expression: Normative and Empirical Evaluation’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 302
  • Herrenberg T, ‘Historical and Human Rights Perspectives on the Dutch Ban on Insulting Foreign Heads of State’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 475
  • Lenzerini F, ‘McGirt v Oklahoma and the Right of Indigenous Peoples to Have Their Treaties Concluded with States Respected: Is the Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty?’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 486
  • Rochel J, ‘Connecting the Dots: Digital Integrity as a Human Right’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 358
  • Samartzis A, ‘Weighing Overall Fairness: A Critique of Balancing under the Criminal Limb of Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 409
  • Shah S and Sivakumaran S, ‘The Use of International Human Rights Law in the Universal Periodic Review’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 264
  • Smith RKM, ‘States of Denial: Rationalising UK Government Responses to UN Special Procedures’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 458
  • Zangeneh P, ‘Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault, How the Gloves Came Off: Lawyers, Policy Makers, and Norms in the Debate on Torture (Columbia University Press, 2017, viii + 254 pp, £30.00) ISBN 9780231180788 (hb) 9,780,231,543,255 (ebk)’ 21 Human Rights Law Review 503
     

International and Comparative Law Quarterly (click to view more)

  • Acorn E, ‘Negotiated Settlements in Bribery Cases: A Principled Approach’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 267
  • Asfour N, ‘Contract Law in Contemporary International Commerce: Considerations on the Complex Relationship between Legal Process and Market Process in the New Era of Globalisation’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 268
  • Barber R, ‘AN EXPLORATION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S TROUBLED RELATIONSHIP WITH UNILATERAL SANCTIONS’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 343
  • Bartolini G, ‘THE FAILURE OF 'CORE CAPACITIES' UNDER THE WHO INTERNATIONAL HEALTH REGULATIONS’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 233
  • Chen-Wishart M and Wu Y-C, ‘Contract Law in Japan’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 529
  • Darcy S, ‘ACCIDENT AND DESIGN: RECOGNISING VICTIMS OF AGGRESSION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 103
  • Giliker P, ‘CODIFICATION, CONSOLIDATION, RESTATEMENT? HOW BEST TO SYSTEMISE THE MODERN LAW OF TORT’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 271
  • Goode R, ‘CREATIVITY AND TRANSNATIONAL COMMERCIAL LAW: FROM CARCHEMISH TO CAPE TOWN’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 1
  • Gordon M, ‘Constitutional Idolatry and Democracy: Challenging the Infatuation with Writtenness’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 531
  • Harris C, ‘INCIDENTAL DETERMINATIONS IN PROCEEDINGS UNDER COMPROMISSORY CLAUSES’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 417
  • Johnston KA, ‘IDENTIFYING THE JUS COGENS NORM IN THE JUS AD BELLUM’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 29
  • Kim H, ‘GLOBAL EXPORT CONTROLS OF CYBER SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY AND THE DISRUPTED TRIANGULAR DIALOGUE’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 379
  • Lima Sakr R, ‘FROM COLONIALISM TO REGIONALISM: THE YAOUNDÉ CONVENTIONS (1963–1974)’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 449
  • Mercurio B, Buckley R and Fu EJ, ‘THE LEGITIMACY OF CAPITAL CONTROLS DURING A RETREAT FROM GLOBALISATION’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 59
  • Oette L, ‘THE PROHIBITION OF TORTURE AND PERSONS LIVING IN POVERTY: FROM THE MARGINS TO THE CENTRE’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 307
  • Partiti E, ‘POLYCENTRICITY AND POLYPHONY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW: INTERPRETING THE CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY TO RESPECT HUMAN RIGHTS’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 133
  • Prislan V, ‘JUDICIAL EXPROPRIATION IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 165
  • Qumba MF, ‘ASSESSING AFRICAN REGIONAL INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS AND INVESTOR–STATE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 197
  • Scott SV, ‘THE IRRELEVANCE OF NON-RECOGNITION TO AUSTRALIA'S ANTARCTIC TERRITORY TITLE’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 491
  • Spadaro A, ‘REPATRIATION OF FAMILY MEMBERS OF FOREIGN FIGHTERS: INDIVIDUAL RIGHT OR STATE PREROGATIVE?’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 251
  • Teo M, ‘NARROWING FOREIGN AFFAIRS NON-JUSTICIABILITY’ 70 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 505
     

International Journal of Evidence and Proof (click to view more)

  • Ezurmendia J and Gonzalez MdlA, ‘A comparison between the standard of proof applicable in arbitration and formal adjudication’ 25 International Journal of Evidence & Proof 3
  • Jiahong HE, ‘A case study on shortage of evidence in wrongful convictions in China’ 25 International Journal of Evidence & Proof 36
  • Kirchengast T, ‘Victim legal representation and the adversarial criminal trial: A critical analysis of proposals for third-party counsel for complainants of serious sexual violence’ 25 International Journal of Evidence & Proof 53
  • Kotsoglou KN, ‘Zombie forensics: the use of the polygraph and the integrity of the criminal justice system in England and Wales’ 25 International Journal of Evidence & Proof 16
     

Journal of Competition Law and Economics (click to view more)

  • Agostini CA, Willington M and Saavedra E, ‘The Ban of Off-Net/On-Net Price Discrimination in Chile’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 238
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  • Argentesi E and others, ‘Merger Policy in Digital Markets: An Ex Post Assessment’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 95
  • Aydin U, ‘Attitudes Toward Collusion in Chile’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 168
  • Davis P, ‘Lessons for Future Excessive Pricing Cases From Economics and the Court of Appeal Judgment In Pfizer/Flynn’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 211
  • Lipatov V, Neven D and Siotis G, ‘Preempting the Entry of Near Perfect Substitutes’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 194
  • Makris S, ‘Openness and Integrity in Antitrust’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 1
  • McLean AP, ‘A Financial Capitalism Perspective on Start-Up Acquisitions: Introducing the Economic Goodwill Test’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 141
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  • Greenberg EE, ‘UNSHACKLING PLEA BARGAINING FROM RACIAL BIAS’ [Northwestern University School of Law] 111 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 93
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  • Mantegani J, ‘SLOUCHING TOWARDS AUTONOMY: REENVISIONING TRIBAL JURISDICTION, NATIVE AMERICAN AUTONOMY, AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN INDIAN COUNTRY’ [Northwestern University School of Law] 111 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 315

 

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  • ‘Consequences of Failure to Give Notice to Qualifying Floating Charge Holders of Notice of Intention to Appoint Administrators’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
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  • Ho Wang Mak C, ‘Europe's Crisis of Legitimacy: Governing by Rules and Ruling by Numbers in the Eurozone’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 42
  • Huertas M, ‘EDIS-The Third Pillar of the EU's Banking Union: Big, Bold but Can It Be Built-Where Are We in 2020?’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 5
  • ‘Litigation in a Post-Brexit World: An Update on the English Language Chambers in the German Courts’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 45
  • Lawes A, Pandit N and Mustafa E, ‘Room for Manoeuvre: FCA Bans for Non-financial Misconduct’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 86
  • Mok F, Lee A and Tiah K, ‘Monetary Authority of Singapore Issues Guidance Paper on Effective Anti-money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism Controls in Private Banking’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • Mok F and Tiah K, ‘Banking Act Amended to Formalise Supervisory Requirements and Strengthen Regulation of Banks and Credit Card and Charge Card Licensees’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
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  • ‘Monetary Authority of Singapore Enhances Access to Liquidity Facilities to Strengthen Resilience of Banking Sector’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • Oliyide O, ‘Constitutional, Jurisprudential and Ethno-religious Perspectives of Islamic Banking in Nigeria’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 69
  • Procopie L, ‘Are Smart Contracts Actually Contracts? How Smart Contracts Can Work Globally’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 25
  • Roy A, ‘Modelling Reality: The Truth about Proofs of Debt and Set-off which Entity Priority Models Don't Tell You’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 1
  • Salami I, ‘Financial Technology and African Capital Markets Post Covid-19’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 31
  • Shen W, ‘When FinTech Meets Corporate Governance: Opportunities and Challenges of Using Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence in Corporate Optimisation’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 53
  • Stuber W, ‘The Brazilian Regulator Approved the Convention of Cards Receivable Registrars’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Brazilian Regulator Changes Rules for Non-resident Individual Investors’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘The Central Bank of Brazil Improves the Exchange Regulations’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Disclosure of Corporate Structure of Brazilian Financial Institutions’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Extension of the Currency Swap Agreement between the Central Bank of Brazil and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘External Funding in Brazil through International Entities’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Green Economy and Social Development by BNDES’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘The Mini Reform of the Ports Act in Brazil’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘The Payment Transaction Initiator in Brazil’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
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  • Vaccari E, ‘American Business Bankruptcy: A Primer’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 43
  • ‘Bankruptcy--The Case for Relief in an Economy of Debt’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 89

 

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  • Baker SJ, ‘Migrations of Manuscripts 2020’ 42 Journal of Legal History 93
  • Hannay A, ‘'By Fraud and Collusion': Feudal Revenue and Enforcement of the Statute of Marlborough, 1267–1526’ 42 Journal of Legal History 65
  • McCabe C, ‘Law and Society in England 1750–1950: by William Cornish, Stephen Banks, Charles Mitchell, Paul Mitchell and Rebecca Probert, Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2019, 2nd ed., lvii + 721 pp. (including index)., £39.99 (paperback), ISBN 9781849462730’ 42 Journal of Legal History 119
  • Mohr T, ‘Natural Law in Early Twentieth Century Ireland – State (Ryan) v Lennon and its Aftermath’ 42 Journal of Legal History 1
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Law and Contemporary Problems (click to view more)

  • Akseli O, ‘FINANCIAL INCLUSION, ACCESS TO CREDIT, AND SUSTAINABLE FINANCE: WHAT ROLE FOR THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS?’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 181
  • Aldohni AK, ‘THE ACCESSIBILITY OF CREDIT AND THE PROTECTION OF CONSUMERS IN THE HIGH-COST CREDIT SECTOR: A MULTIFACETED CHALLENGE’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 197
  • Alexander K, ‘FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND BANKING REGULATION: THE ROLE OF PROPORTIONALITY’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 129
  • Arvind TT, ‘TOO BIG TO CARE?: FINANCIAL CONTRACTS AND THE PROBLEM OF TRANSACTIONAL ASYMMETRY’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 35
  • Avgouleas E, ‘RESOLVING THE SUSTAINABLE FINANCE CONUNDRUM: ACTIVIST POLICIES AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 55
  • Chiu IHY, ‘REGULATING SUSTAINABLE FINANCE IN CAPITAL MARKETS: A PERSPECTIVE FROM SOCIALLY EMBEDDED DECENTERED REGULATION’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 75
  • Haneman VJ, ‘(RE)FRAMING STUDENT LOAN DEBT AS A COMMONS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 153
  • Hughes H, ‘THE COMPLEX IMPLICATIONS OF FINTECH FOR FINANCIAL INCLUSION’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 115
  • Lee EY, ‘DIGITAL FINANCIAL INCLUSION: OBSERVATIONS AND INSIGHTS FROM HONG KONG'S VIRTUAL BANKS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 95
  • Linarelli J, ‘EQUALITY AND ACCESS TO CREDIT: A SOCIAL CONTRACT FRAMEWORK’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 165
  • Linarelli J, Schwarcz SL and Tirado I, ‘FINANCIAL INCLUSION, ACCESS TO CREDIT, AND SUSTAINABLE FINANCE’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems i
  • Lupo-Pasini F, ‘FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND THE "WAR FOR CASH"’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 17
  • Schwarcz SL and Leonhardt TL, ‘SCOPING AND DEFINING FINANCIAL INCLUSION, ACCESS TO CREDIT, AND SUSTAINABLE FINANCE’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 1
     

Law and History Review (click to view more)

  • ‘In This Issue’ 39 Law & History Review v
  • ‘LHR volume 39 issue 1 Cover and Back matter’ 39 Law & History Review b1
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  • Bloch O, ‘Hierarchical Inclusion: The Untold History of Israel's Affirmative Action for Arab Citizens (1948–68)’ 39 Law & History Review 29
  • Campbell J, ‘Testimonial Exclusions and Religious Freedom in Early America – CORRIGENDUM’ 39 Law & History Review 223
  • Carriere SA, ‘Outsourcing Empire: How Company-States Made the Modern World’ 39 Law & History Review 211
  • Cavell E, ‘The Measure of Her Actions: A Quantitative Assessment of Anglo-Jewish Women's Litigation at the Exchequer of the Jews, 1219–81’ 39 Law & History Review 135
  • Cooper E, ‘Who Owns the News? A History of Copyright’ 39 Law & History Review 205
  • Fisk CL, ‘"People Crushed by Law Have No Hopes but from Power": Free Speech and Protest in the 1940s’ 39 Law & History Review 173
  • Harvey KB, ‘Policing the Open Road: How Cars Transformed American Freedom’ 39 Law & History Review 218
  • Kuersten A, ‘Enlisting Faith: How the Military Chaplaincy Shaped Religion and State in Modern America’ 39 Law & History Review 215
  • Lee A, ‘Skimmed: Breastfeeding, Race, and Injustice’ 39 Law & History Review 213
  • Lurtz CM, ‘Codifying Credit: Everyday Contracting and the Spread of the Civil Code in Nineteenth-Century Mexico’ 39 Law & History Review 97
  • McGlynn M, ‘Making Murder Public: Homicide in Early Modern England, 1480-1680’ 39 Law & History Review 207
  • McPherson A, ‘Counterterrorism in American Civil Courts: The Role of Letelier v. Republic of Chile’ 39 Law & History Review 1
  • Mongey V, ‘Protecting Foreigners: The Refugee Crisis on the Belize–Yucatán Border, 1847–71’ 39 Law & History Review 69
  • Ramachandran A, ‘Imagining World Order: Literature and International Law in Early Modern Europe, 1500–1800’ 39 Law & History Review 209
  • Tuori K, ‘Narratives and Normativity: Totalitarianism and Narrative Change in the European Legal Tradition after World War II — ADDENDUM’ 39 Law & History Review 221
     

Law and Social Inquiry (click to view more)

  • ‘Book Notes’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 593
  • Aaronson E and Shaffer G, ‘Defining Crimes in a Global Age: Criminalization as a Transnational Legal Process’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 455
  • Botero S and others, ‘Free Expression and Judicial Power in Colombia, India, and South Africa’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 331
  • Downs DA, ‘Supreme Court Nominations at the Bar of Political Conflict: The Strange and Uncertain Career of the Liberal Consensus in Law’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 540
  • Gleeson S, ‘Legal Status and Client Satisfaction: The Case of Low-Wage Immigrant Workers’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 364
  • Greenberg J, ‘Counterpedagogy, Sovereignty, and Migration at the European Court of Human Rights’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 518
  • Lehoucq E, ‘Legal Threats and the Emergence of Legal Mobilization: Conservative Mobilization in Colombia’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 299
  • Li J, ‘"Going Out" and Going In-House: Chinese Multinationals' Internal Legal Capacity in the United States’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 487
  • Pennington L and Dolliver MJ, ‘The Effect of Deliberation on Jurors' Attitudes toward Jury Service in Criminal Cases’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 391
  • Strother L and Glennon C, ‘An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Supreme Court Justices' Public Rhetoric on Perceptions of Judicial Legitimacy’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 435
  • Tomlins C, ‘A Call out of Seir: The Meaning and Future of US Labor Law’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 572
  • van der Vet F, ‘Spies, Lies, Trials, and Trolls: Political Lawyering against Disinformation and State Surveillance in Russia’ 46 Law & Social Inquiry 407
     

Law Quarterly Review (click to view more)

  • Andrews N, ‘Reliance in the Breaking-off of Contractual Negotiations: Trust and Expectation in a Comparative Perspective’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 176
  • Cranston SR, ‘Lord Hope's Diaries: Senior Counsel 1976-1986 / Lord Hope's Diaries: Dean of the Faculty 1986-1989 / Lord Hope's Diaries: Lord President 1989-1996’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 170
  • Crawford LB and Crawford MJR, ‘PRIVATE RIGHTS, PUBLIC WRONGS AND THE LIMITS OF PROPERTY’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 40
  • Davies PS, ‘EXCLUDING THE CONTRACTS (RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES) ACT 1999’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 101
  • Fhima I, ‘TECHNICAL FUNCTIONALITY IN EUROPEAN TRADEMARK LAW’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 113
  • Gardner J and Murphy J, ‘CONCURRENT LIABILITY IN CONTRACT AND TORT: A SEPARATION THESIS’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 77
  • Hedlund R, ‘RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS AND THE HOLLAND PARK (ALLEGED) EYESORE’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 6
  • Ho L and Yeung ACH, ‘WHEN EMAIL FRAUD MEETS VESTING ORDERS’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 24
  • Leggatt G, ‘The Humanity of Private Law, Part II: Evaluation’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 173
  • Lim CL, ‘HONG KONG'S NEW LAW’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 11
  • McInnes M, ‘UBER AND UNCONSCIONABILITY IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 30
  • Nolan D, ‘NUISANCE AND PRIVACY’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 1
  • Phua M, ‘SECONDARY OBLIGATIONS "IN SUBSTANCE"’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 45
  • Puttick S, ‘The Law of Proprietary Estoppel, 2nd edn’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 179
  • Quek C, ‘THE INSOLVENCY VERSUS ARBITRATION CONFLICT: DETERMINED, RESOLVED AND FINALLY SETTLED?’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 34
  • Sin I, ‘THE BARTLETT DUTY AND "ANTI-BARTLETT" CLAUSES: RESOLVING CONTROVERSIES’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 50
  • Swadling W, ‘UNJUST ENRICHMENT: VALUE, RIGHTS, AND TRUSTS’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 56
  • Tettenborn A, ‘LESS LAW IS GOOD LAW? THE TAMING OF REFLECTIVE LOSS’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 16
  • Varuhas JNE, ‘THE SOCIALISATION OF PRIVATE LAW: BALANCING PRIVATE RIGHT AND PUBLIC GOOD’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 141
  • Watts Q. C P, ‘ACTING ON THE APPARENT AUTHORITY OF SHAREHOLDERS’ 137 Law Quarterly Review 20
     

Michigan Law Review (click to view more)

  • Bulman-Pozen J and Seifter M, ‘The Democracy Principle in State Constitutions’ 119 Michigan Law Review 859
  • Lee LM, ‘Affirmative Inaction: A Quantitativ e Inaction: A Quantitative Analysis of Pr e Analysis of Progress Toward “Critical Mass” in U.S. Legal Education’ 119 Michigan Law Review 987
  • Raj C, ‘THE LOST PROMISE OF DISABILITY RIGHTS’ 119 Michigan Law Review 933
  • Schupack J, ‘THE LIAR’S MARK: CHARACTER AND FORFEITURE IN FEDERAL RULE OF EVIDENCE 609(A)(2)’ 119 Michigan Law Review 1031
     

Minnesota Law Review (click to view more)

  • Abramowicz M, ‘Random Selection for Scaling Standards’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1345
  • Bennett TB, ‘The Paradox of Exclusive State-Court Jurisdiction Over Federal Claims’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1211
  • Ferguson AG, ‘Facial Recognition and the Fourth Amendment’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1105
  • Hensel J, ‘How a New Standard of Care Can Make Social Media Companies Better "Good Samaritans"’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1453
  • Levin B, ‘Imagining the Progressive Prosecutor’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1415
  • Mitchell AF, ‘LIBOR: The World's Most Important Headache’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1485
  • Roisman S, ‘Presidential Law’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1269
  • Shastri S, ‘Moving Beyond Reflexive Chevron Deference: A Way Forward for Asylum Seekers Basing Claims on Membership in a Particular Social Group’ 105 Minnesota Law Review 1547
     

Modern Law Review (click to view more)

  • Arduin S, ‘Radical Uncertainty: Decision‐making for an Unknowable Future’ 84 Modern Law Review 644
  • Barczentewicz M, ‘A Court of Specialists: Judicial Behavior on the UK Supreme Court’ 84 Modern Law Review 651
  • Cheng T, ‘Competition Law's Innovation Factor’ 84 Modern Law Review 636
  • Chia EA and Dodds D, ‘Critique of Rights’ 84 Modern Law Review 654
  • Chowdhury A, ‘Third Party Funding: Law, Economics and Policy’ 84 Modern Law Review 657
  • Darr A, ‘Competition Law in Developing Countries’ 84 Modern Law Review 662
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  • Larsen SR, ‘Varieties of Constitutionalism in the European Union’ 84 Modern Law Review 477
  • Lim E, ‘Attribution: A New Controversy?’ 84 Modern Law Review 581
  • Radipati BDDM, ‘The Cambridge Companion to Natural Law Jurisprudence’ 84 Modern Law Review 648
  • Sloan B, ‘The 'Chimera' of Parenthood’ 84 Modern Law Review 503
  • Spalding A, ‘Strip‐Searching for Nationality Documents’ 84 Modern Law Review 456
  • Stones R, ‘Why Should Competition Lawyers Care about the Formal Rule of Law?’ 84 Modern Law Review 608
  • Tan CH, ‘Implied Terms in Undisclosed Agency’ 84 Modern Law Review 532
  • Willis R, ‘Law and the Relational Self’ 84 Modern Law Review 640
  • Woods L, McNamara L and Townend J, ‘Executive Accountability and National Security’ 84 Modern Law Review 553
     

New York University Journal of International Law and Politics (click to view more)

  • Acosta S, ‘Beyond High Courts: The Justice Complex in Latin America’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 703
  • Alvarez JE, ‘BIDEN'S INTERNATIONAL LAW RESTORATION’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 523
  • Anni B, ‘From Asian Revolt to Global Drug Control’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 708
  • BonnÉ W, ‘The Iranian Revolution at Forty’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 713
  • Burci GL and Negri S, ‘GOVERNING THE GLOBAL FIGHT AGAINST PANDEMICS: THE WHO, THE INTERNATIONAL HEALTH REGULATIONS, AND THE FRAGMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 501
  • Butler JAY, ‘CORPORATE COMMITMENT TO INTERNATIONAL LAW’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 433
  • Collet P, ‘THE CURRENT EUROPEAN UNION INVESTOR STATE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT REFORM: A DESIRABLE OUTCOME FOR INVESTMENT ARBITRATION?’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 689
  • Holland K, ‘Trading Life: Organ Trafficking, Illicit Networks, and Exploitation’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 717
  • Kannan S, ‘The Grip of Sexual Violence in Conflict’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 722
  • Lavian I, ‘The Tribalization of Europe: A Defense of Our Liberal Values’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 727
  • Meisenheimer M, ‘Feminist Dialogues on International Law’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 730
  • Mishra N, ‘INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW MEETS DATA ETHICS: A BRAVE NEW WORLD’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 303
  • Peat D, ‘THE TYRANNY OF CHOICE AND THE INTERPRETATION OF STANDARDS: WHY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS USES CONSENSUS’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 381
  • Sanchez A, ‘No More War: How the West Violates International Law by Using 'Humanitarian' Intervention to Advance Economic and Strategic Interests’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 734
  • Verdon C, ‘IMPROVING THE PRESENT TO REPAIR THE PAST: A PROPOSAL TO REDEFINE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLE OF REPARATION FOR GROSS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 587
  • Votey MR, ‘The Compensations of Plunder: How China Lost its Treasures’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 740
  • Wang CY, ‘MINE-GOLIA: INTEGRATED PERSPECTIVES ON THE HISTORY AND PROSPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW AND THE INVESTOR-STATE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT REGIME’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 631
  • Wenik J, ‘Panic City: Crime and the Fear Industries in Johannesburg’ 53 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 745
     

Northwestern University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Didwania SH, ‘DISCRETION AND DISPARITY IN FEDERAL DETENTION’ 115 Northwestern University Law Review 1261
  • Dillbary JS, Metcalf C and Stoddard B, ‘INCENTIVIZED TORTS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS’ 115 Northwestern University Law Review 1337
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Osgoode Hall Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Burningham S, ‘The Relevance of Government Practice in Constitutional Decision-Making: A Review of the Supreme Court's Federalism Jurisprudence’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 109
  • Chumak H, ‘Law and Intangible Cultural Heritage in the City’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 203
  • Devine L, ‘Equity: Conscience Goes to Market’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 209
  • Graben S, ‘Law and Technology in Legal Education: A Systemic Approach at Ryerson’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 139
  • Hutchison C, ‘Pluralism and Convergence: Judicial Standardization in Canadian Corporate Law’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 163
  • Judge EF and Pal M, ‘Voter Privacy and Big-Data Elections’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 1
  • Pingue-Giles K, ‘Drug-Impaired Driving in Canada’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 225
  • Teschuk C, ‘Corporate Friction: How Corporate Law Impedes American Progress and What To Do About It’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 215
  • Tingle BC, ‘Two Stories About Shareholders’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 57
     

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (click to view more)

  • Cutts T, ‘Unjust Enrichment: What We Owe to Each Other’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 114
  • Geeraets V and Veraart W, ‘What Is Wrong with Empirical-Legal Research into Victimhood? A Critical Analysis of the Ordered Apology and the Victim Impact Statement’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 59
  • Hadjiyianni I, ‘The European Union as a Global Regulatory Power’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 243
  • Hooper HJ, ‘Legality, Legitimacy, and Legislation: The Role of Exceptional Circumstances in Common Law Judicial Review’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 142
  • Kuo M-S, ‘Authenticity:The Ultimate Challenge in the Quest for Lasting Constitutional Legitimacy’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 265
  • Manikis M, ‘Conceptualising the Victim in England and Wales and the United States within a Spectrum of Public and Private Interests’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 219
  • Pike J, ‘How the Law Guides’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 169
  • Porat I, ‘The Starting at Home Principle: On Ritual Animal Slaughter, Male Circumcision and Proportionality’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 30
  • Stark F, ‘Judicial Development of the Criminal Law by the Supreme Court’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1
  • Steel S, ‘On the Moral Necessity of Tort Law: The Fairness Argument’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 192
  • Zetzsche DA, Buckley RP and Arner DW, ‘Regulating Libra’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 80
     

Public Law: the constitutional and administrative law of the commonwealth (click to view more)

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  • Jowell J and Pannick L, ‘Obituary: Anthony Lester QC (Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC)’ Public Law: the Constitutional & Administrative Law of the Commonwealth 2
  • Martin R and Laird K, ‘Testing the Limits of the Common Law Right to Trial by Jury: A Critical Analysis ofRe Hutchings’ Public Law: the Constitutional & Administrative Law of the Commonwealth 88
  • Masterman R and McHarg A, ‘Editorial’ Public Law: the Constitutional & Administrative Law of the Commonwealth 1
  • Oswald M and Grace J, ‘The COVID-19 contact tracing app in England and "experimental proportionality"’ Public Law: the Constitutional & Administrative Law of the Commonwealth 27
  • Sayer T and Murray CRG, ‘A Tale of Two Doctrines: Revaluating Bifurcation in Substantive Review before the Supreme Court’ Public Law: the Constitutional & Administrative Law of the Commonwealth 47
  • Sloan B, ‘"Easing" duties and making dignity difficult: COVID-19 and the Care Act 2014’ Public Law: the Constitutional & Administrative Law of the Commonwealth 37
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Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Hulse BD and Badgley K, ‘COMPLETION GUARANTIES REVISITED’ [American Bar Association] 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 1
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  • Reiniger T, Hunter R and Rogers Jr JT, ‘THE RISE OF ONLINE NOTARIZATION AND REMOTE WITNESSING AS LEGAL SERVICES: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE REAL PROPERTY AND PROBATE BARS’ [American Bar Association] 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 53
     

Southern Methodist University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Janine Young K, ‘ON THE BROADNESS OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT’ 74 SMU Law Review 3
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  • Richmond DR, ‘USING EXTRINSIC EVIDENCE TO EXCUSE A LIABILITY INSURER'S DUTY TO DEFEND’ 74 SMU Law Review 119
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Stanford Journal of International Law (click to view more)

  • Hogic N and Ibrahim IA, ‘ARCTIC INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES AND ANTARCTIC ICEBERGS AS SUBJECTS OF INTER-LEGALITY’ 57 Stanford Journal of International Law 105
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Stanford Law Review (click to view more)

  • Erickson B, ‘Second Amendment Federalism’ 73 Stanford Law Review 727
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  • Rushin S and Edwards G, ‘An Empirical Assessment of Pretextual Stops and Racial Profiling’ 73 Stanford Law Review 637
  • Zier M, ‘Crimes of Omission: State-Action Doctrine and Anti-Lynching Legislation in the Jim Crow Era’ 73 Stanford Law Review 777
     

Statute Law Review (click to view more)

  • Bhattacharya AP and Makkar K, ‘'Non-Amending' Provisions in a Constitutional Amendment: A Practical Application to the 'Transition Period' under the 101st Constitution Amendment Act, 2016’ 42 Statute Law Review 47
  • Chen J, ‘Two Is a Crowd: An Australian Case Study on Legislative Process, Law Reform Commissions and Dealing with Duplicate Offences’ 42 Statute Law Review 70
  • Greenberg D, ‘Parliamentary Oversight of the Executives – Tools and Procedures in Europe’ 42 Statute Law Review 116
  • –––, ‘Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle: Can Statute Restore a Prerogative It Has Removed?’ 42 Statute Law Review v
  • Jones BC, ‘Our Forgotten Constitutional Guardians: Preserving Respect for the Law’ 42 Statute Law Review 1
  • Ohms C and Olesen K, ‘UBS AG v. IRC, DB Group Services (UK) Ltd v. IRC: Fiscal Nullity and the Supreme Court’ 42 Statute Law Review 20
  • Sethi D, ‘Indian Mental Healthcare Act, 2017: CBR Matrix for Inclusive Implementation’ 42 Statute Law Review 88
  • Swaminathan S and Surana R, ‘Minors' Contracts: A Major Problem with the Indian Contract Act, 1872’ 42 Statute Law Review 101
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Texas Law Review (click to view more)

  • Crenshaw CD, ‘Habeas Review of Courts-Martial: Revisiting the Burns Standard’ 99 Texas Law Review 787
  • Haer A, ‘Senate Bill 1264: The Texan Template for the National Fight Against Balance Billing’ 99 Texas Law Review 813
  • Katz AS, ‘The Lost Promise of Progressive Formalism’ 99 Texas Law Review 679
  • Lemley MA and Casey B, ‘Fair Learning’ 99 Texas Law Review 743
     

The Sydney Law Review (click to view more)

  • Basten J, ‘Understanding Proportionality Analysis: Proportionality in Australian Constitutional Law’ 43 Sydney Law Review 119
  • Bomball P, ‘Vicarious Liability, Entrepreneurship and the Concept of Employment at Common Law’ 43 Sydney Law Review 83
  • Buckley RP and others, ‘Regulating Artificial Intelligence in Finance: Putting the Human in the Loop’ 43 Sydney Law Review 43
  • May S, ‘Before the High Court’ 43 Sydney Law Review 107
  • O'Rourke K, Kayis-Kumar A and Walpole M, ‘Serious Hardship Relief: In Need of a Serious Rethink?’ 43 Sydney Law Review 1

 

University of New South Wales Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Appleby G, ‘THE 2018 AUSTRALIAN HIGH COURT CONSTITUTIONAL TERM: PLACING THE COURT IN ITS INTER-INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 266
  • Close E and others, ‘LEGAL CHALLENGES TO ICU TRIAGE DECISIONS IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: HOW EFFECTIVELY DOES THE LAW REGULATE BEDSIDE RATIONING DECISIONS IN AUSTRALIA?’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 9
  • Comino V, ‘'CORPORATE CULTURE' IS THE 'NEW BLACK' -- ITS POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITS AS A REGULATORY MECHANISM FOR CORPORATIONS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS?’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 294
  • Dehm S, Loughnan C and Steele L, ‘COVID-19 AND SITES OF CONFINEMENT: PUBLIC HEALTH, DISPOSABLE LIVES AND LEGAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN IMMIGRATION DETENTION AND AGED CARE’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 59
  • Douglas H, Tarrant S and Tolmie J, ‘SOCIAL ENTRAPMENT EVIDENCE: UNDERSTANDING ITS ROLE IN SELF-DEFENCE CASES INVOLVING INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 324
  • Foster M, Lambert H and McAdam J, ‘REFUGEE PROTECTION IN THE COVID-19 CRISIS AND BEYOND: THE CAPACITY AND LIMITS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 103
  • Gillespie D, ‘EDITORIAL’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1
  • Gray A, ‘THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT'S USE OF THE MILITARY IN AN EMERGENCY AND THE CONSTITUTION’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 355
  • Handler M, ‘TRADE MARK LAW'S IDENTITY CRISIS (PART 1)’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 392
  • Legg M and Song A, ‘THE COURTS, THE REMOTE HEARING AND THE PANDEMIC: FROM ACTION TO REFLECTION’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 125
  • Lelliott J, Schloenhardt A and Ioannou R, ‘PANDEMICS, PUNISHMENT, AND PUBLIC HEALTH: COVID-19 AND CRIMINAL LAW IN AUSTRALIA’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 166
  • Martin C, ‘AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES LAW IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: CONSIDERATIONS OF HOUSING AND PROPERTY RIGHTS’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 196
  • Santow E, ‘FOREWORD’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 4
  • Weiping HE and Han-Wei LIU, ‘REGULATING FINANCIAL ADVISERS IN THE UK: LESSONS FOR AUSTRALIA’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 422
  • Yee-Fui NG and Gray S, ‘WARS, PANDEMICS AND EMERGENCIES: WHAT CAN HISTORY TELL US ABOUT EXECUTIVE POWER AND SURVEILLANCE IN TIMES OF CRISIS?’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 226


Vanderbilt Law Review 
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  • Bressman LS and Stack KM, ‘Chevron Is a Phoenix’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 465
  • Cohen KA, ‘Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 483
  • Fletcher G-GS, ‘Deterring Algorithmic Manipulation’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 259
  • Fracassi C and Magnuson W, ‘Data Autonomy’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 327
  • Manheim LM, ‘Presidential Control of Elections’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 385
  • Yordy LR, ‘The Library of Babel for Prior Art: Using Artificial Intelligence to Mass Produce Prior Art in Patent Law’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 521


Virginia Journal of International Law 
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  • Bookman PK, ‘Arbitral Courts’ 61 Virginia Journal of International Law 161
  • Houston S, ‘Twenty-Six Amendments, but Only One Vote: Single Subject Rule as a Constitutional Defense Mechanism Against Democratic Decline’ 61 Virginia Journal of International Law 325
  • Keitner CI, ‘Prosecuting Foreign States’ 61 Virginia Journal of International Law 221
  • Schroeder K, ‘Cities in International Law: The New Landscape of Global Governance’ 61 Virginia Journal of International Law 363
  • Shereshevsky Y, ‘Are All Soldiers Created Equal? - On the Equal Application of the Law to Enhanced Soldiers’ 61 Virginia Journal of International Law 271


Virginia Law Review 
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  • Bronsther J, ‘THE CORRECTIVE JUSTICE THEORY OF PUNISHMENT’ 107 Virginia Law Review 227
  • Hessick A and Hessick CB, ‘NONDELEGATION AND CRIMINAL LAW’ 107 Virginia Law Review 281
  • Hetrick AT, ‘THE ORIGINS OF ACCOMMODATION: FREE EXERCISE, DISESTABLISHMENT, AND THE LEGEND OF SMALL GOVERNMENT’ 107 Virginia Law Review 393
  • Johnson JS, ‘VAGUENESS ATTACKS ON SEARCHES AND SEIZURES’ 107 Virginia Law Review 347


Yale Journal on Regulation 
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  • Arlen J, ‘The Essential Role of Empirical Analysis in Developing Law and Economics Theory’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 480
  • Bar-Gill O, ‘Willingness to Pay: A Welfarist Reassessment’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 503
  • Choi AH and Spier K, ‘The Economics of Class Action Waivers’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 543
  • Dagan H and Kreitner R, ‘Economic Analysis in Law’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 566
  • Fennell LA, ‘Remixing Resources’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 589
  • Levmore S, ‘The Eventual Decline of Empirical Law and Economics’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 612
  • Markovits D, ‘Transactions Benefits’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 633
  • Posner EA, ‘The Boundaries of Normative Law and Economics’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 657
  • Schwartz A and Sepe SM, ‘Economic Challenges for the Law of Contract’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 678
  • Scott RE and Triantis GG, ‘What Do Lawyers Contribute to Law and Economics?’ 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 707


Yale Law Journal 
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  • Chaker A, ‘Prison Malapportionment: Forging a New Path for State Courts’ 130 Yale Law Journal 1250
  • Chen J, ‘The Race-Blind Future of Voting Rights’ 130 Yale Law Journal 862
  • Daval J, ‘The Problem with Public Charge’ 130 Yale Law Journal 998
  • Erman SAM, ‘Truer U.S. History: Race, Borders, and Status Manipulation’ 130 Yale Law Journal 1188
  • Imonson J, ‘Police Reform Through a Power Lens’ 130 Yale Law Journal 778
  • Koh JL, ‘Executive Defiance and the Deportation State’ 130 Yale Law Journal 948
  • Mendlow GS, ‘The Moral Ambiguity of Public Prosecution’ 130 Yale Law Journal 1146
  • Smith HE, ‘Equity as Meta-Law’ 130 Yale Law Journal 1050