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Selected Law Journals: Table of Contents

December 2021

American Journal of Legal History 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 British Journal of Criminology: an international review of crime and society Cambridge Law Journal
Canadian Journal of Law and Society Canadian Journal of Women and the Law Columbia Law Review
Common Market Law Review Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy Cornell Law Review
Crime and Delinquency Criminal Justice and Behavior 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
Geopolitics Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics Georgetown Law Journal

American Journal of Legal History (click to view more)

  • ‘Erratum to: Radical Histories versus Liberal Histories in Work Injury Law. Nate Holdren, Injury Impoverished: Workplace Accidents, Capitalism, and Law in the Progressive Era’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 280
  • Ablavsky G, ‘Claire Priest, Credit Nation: Property Laws and Institutions in Early America’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 340
  • Agee C, ‘Anna Lvovsky, Vice Patrol: Cops, Courts, and the Struggle over Urban Gay Life before Stonewall’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 343
  • Blanco SM, ‘José María Torres Caicedo and the Politics of International Law in Nineteenth-Century Latin America’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 177
  • Cleary MJ, ‘Maria Gigliola di Renzo Villata (ed), Succession Law, Practice and Society in Europe across the Centuries’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 345
  • Eves W, ‘Michael Lobban and Ian Williams (eds), Networks and Connections in Legal History’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 273
  • Jouet M, ‘Revolutionary Criminal Punishments: Treason, Mercy, and the American Revolution’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 139
  • Lima B, ‘Keila Grinberg, A Black Jurist in a Slave Society: Antonio Pereira Rebouças and the Trials of Brazilian Citizenship’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 276
  • Martínez MG, ‘Internment of Enemy Aliens during the World Wars’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 211
  • Mohr T, ‘Religious Minorities under the Constitution of the Irish Free State, 1922–1937’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 235
  • Parrillo NR, ‘Gregory Ablavsky, Federal Ground: Governing Property and Violence in the First U.S. Territories’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 338
  • Rosenberg A, ‘Legal Ridicule in the Age of Advertisement: Puffery, Quackery, and the Mass Market’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 281
  • Saksena P, ‘Rahela Khorakiwala, From the Colonial to the Contemporary: Images, Iconography, Memories, and Performances of Law in India's High Courts’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 332
  • Schorr DB, ‘Horizontal and vertical influences in colonial legal transplantation: water by-laws in British Palestine’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 308
  • Zendri C, ‘Silvana Seidel Menchi (ed.), Erasmo da Rotterdam, Prefazioni ai Vangeli. 1516–1522’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 335

 

Canadian Journal of Law and Society (click to view more)

  • ‘CLS volume 36 issue 3 Cover and Back matter’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) b1
  • ‘CLS volume 36 issue 3 Cover and Front matter’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) f1
  • Benidickson J, ‘A History of Law in Canada: Volume One—Beginnings to 1866’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 536
  • Bernheim E, Noreau P and Bahary-Dionne A, ‘La justice et la non-représentation au carrefour de la localisation sociale’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 405
  • Dahin C, ‘«On fait du travail social en fait» : Perceptions de leur rôle par les avocat‑e‑s dans le cadre du processus de détermination du statut de réfugié’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 427
  • French M and others, ‘A Governmentality of Online Gambling: Quebec's Contested Internet Gambling Website Blocking Provisions’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 483
  • Haak DM, ‘Scottish Feminist Judgments: (Re)Creating Law from the Outside In’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 539
  • Haynes J, ‘The Shifting Pendulum: Foreign Investors' Liability Under Canada's Common Law for Breaches of Customary International Law’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 447
  • Lam A and Bryan T, ‘Documenting Contact and Thinking with Skin: A Dermatological Approach to the Study of Police Street Checks’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 359
  • Lund AJ, ‘Reinventing Bankruptcy Law: A History of the Companies' Creditors Arrangements Act’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 533
  • Mussell L and Orsini M, ‘Governing Through Remorse: The Discursive Framing of Dangerous Offenders in Canada’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 505
  • Puddister K and McNabb D, ‘When the Police Break the Law: The Investigation, Prosecution and Sentencing of Ontario Police Officers’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 381
  • Stevens S, ‘Doodem and Council Fire: Anishinaabe Governance through Alliance’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 544
  • Swiffen A, ‘Collective Religious Freedom as Associational Action: How Sociological Concepts Can Help Make Sense of the Jurisprudence’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 467
  • Turnbull A, ‘Animals as Legal Beings: Contesting Anthropocentric Legal Orders’ 36 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 542

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law (click to view more)

  • Bahary-Dionne A and Picotte M-A, ‘Écrire féministe en droit privé : dialogue sur une démarche parsemée d'embûches’ 33 Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 206
  • Boucher É, ‘Grammaire non sexiste de la langue française, de Michaël Lessard et Suzanne Zaccour’ 33 Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 265
  • Chagnon R, Boulebsol C and Frenette M, ‘La judiciarisation criminelle des violences envers les femmes : Vers un droit sensible aux victimes?’ 33 Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 131
  • Gauthier-Boiteau D, ‘Le droit à l'autonomie procréative des femmes : entre liberté et contrainte, par Louise Langevin’ 33 Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 270
  • Langevin L, ‘De la fragmentation de la procréation à l'effacement des femmes’ 33 Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 241
  • Thabet C, ‘La juge Abella : la première réfugiée à devenir juge au Canada et ses contributions au droit de l'immigration et des réfugiés’ 33 Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 155
  • Zaccour S and Lessard M, ‘La culture du viol dans le discours juridique : soigner ses mots pour combattre les violences sexuelles’ 33 Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 175

Columbia Law Review (click to view more)

  • Chen K, ‘A COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM MODEL FOR BUILDING ENERGY CODES’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2119
  • Covington B, ‘STATE OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT STATUTES AND ANTICORRUPTION FEDERALISM AFTER KELLY V. UNITED STATES’ 121 Columbia Law Review 273
  • Faisman A, ‘THE GOALS OF CLASS ACTIONS’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2157
  • Green C, ‘WHO WERE THE REAL FOUNDERS? Federal Ground: Governing Property and Violence in the First U.S. Territories’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2269
  • Hung A, ‘KEEPING CONSUMERS IN THE DARK: ADDRESSING "NAGGING" CONCERNS AND INJURY’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2483
  • Kaminski ME and Urban JM, ‘THE RIGHT TO CONTEST AI’ 121 Columbia Law Review 1957
  • Lund DS and Pollman E, ‘THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE MACHINE’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2563
  • McClean H, ‘DISCHARGED AND DISCARDED: THE COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES OF A LESS-THAN-HONORABLE MILITARY DISCHARGE’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2203
  • Morgan DD, ‘WHO ARE TO BE OUR GOVERNORS? THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO POLICE ID’ 121 Columbia Law Review 220
  • Nickerson A, ‘ULTRA-APA ULTRA VIRES REVIEW: IMPLIED EQUITABLE ACTIONS FOR STATUTORY VIOLATIONS BY FEDERAL OFFICIALS’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2521
  • Pozen DE and Schmidt TP, ‘THE PUZZLES AND POSSIBILITIES OF ARTICLE V’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2317
  • Ray SB, ‘IMMIGRATION LAW'S ARBITRARINESS PROBLEM’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2049
  • Savage AL, ‘AUNT JEMIMA'S RESIGNATION LETTER’ 121 Columbia Law Review 186
  • Tebbe N, ‘THE PRINCIPLE AND POLITICS OF EQUAL VALUE’ 121 Columbia Law Review 2397
  • Valeska T, ‘FIRST AMENDMENT LIMITATIONS ON PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF PROTEST SURVEILLANCE’ 121 Columbia Law Review 241

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

  • Franicevic ZF, ‘ENGINEERING OUR CLIMATE: A COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL FRAMEWORK THAT CAPTURES THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF GEOENGINEERING APPROACHES’ 30 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 587
  • Kotzmann J and Stonebridge M, ‘THERE IS VALUE IN STATING THE OBVIOUS: WHY UNITED STATES LEGISLATURES SHOULD EXPLICITLY RECOGNIZE ANIMAL SENTIENCE IN THEIR LAWS’ 30 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 425
  • Purcell JF, ‘A SWITCH IN TIME TO DESTROY NINE’ 30 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 611
  • Puri A, ‘A THEORY OF GROUP PRIVACY’ 30 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 477
  • Schacter JR, ‘DELEGATING SAFETY: BOEING AND THE PROBLEM OF SELF-REGULATION’ 30 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 637
  • Wilks S, ‘DISTURBING THE MODERN PLANTATION: HOW COVID-19 IS REINFORCING THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN'S FUNCTION AS A SOCIAL SORTING TOOL’ 30 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 539

Cornell Law Review (click to view more)

  • Ben C, ‘ELDER FINANCIAL ABUSE: CAPACITY LAW AND ECONOMICS’ 106 Cornell Law Review 1457
  • Bernstein A, ‘LEGAL CORPUS LINGUISTICS AND THE HALF-EMPIRICAL ATTITUDE’ 106 Cornell Law Review 1397
  • Morrison CM, ‘THE STATE COURTS DONT HAVE TIME FOR YOUR CRACKPOT ANTIQUARIANISM: A DECADE OF DOMESTIC HOMICIDES SINCE GILES V. CALIFORNIA’ 106 Cornell Law Review 1539
  • Russell A, ‘BOSTOCK V. CLAYTON COUNTY: THE IMPLICATIONS OF A BINARY BIAS’ 106 Cornell Law Review 1601
  • Shannan TG, ‘"ARE WE THERE YET?" NO.: THE NUMBERS THAT SUPPORT ADOPTING AUTOMATIC APPEALS IN JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PROCEEDINGS’ 106 Cornell Law Review 1629

Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics (click to view more)

  • Bilsky L and Davidson NR, ‘Legal Ethics in Authoritarian Legality Response’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 665
  • Clark K, ‘Should We Stay or Should We Go: Lessons from the Trump Administration’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 705
  • Levin LC and Robbennolt JK, ‘To Err Is Human, to Apologize Is Hard: The Role of Apologies in Lawyer Discipline’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 513
  • Luban D, ‘Complicity and Lesser Evils: A Tale of Two Lawyers’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 613
  • Newland E, ‘A Practitioner's Perspective on Complicity and Lesser Evils Response’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 681
  • Prince S, ‘A Good and Virtuous Nature May Recoil: On Consorting with Evil to Do Good Response’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 695
  • Ryan CJ and Dawe M, ‘Mind the Gap: Gender Pay Disparities in the Legal Academy’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 567

Georgetown Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Bernick ED, ‘Antisubjugation and the Equal Protection of the Laws’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 1
  • Chafetz J, ‘Nixon/Trump: Strategies of Judicial Aggrandizement’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 125
  • McWey E, ‘From "Hearing" to Listening: Access to Justice and Indirect Displacement’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 151
  • Okediji RL, ‘Grafting Traditional Knowledge onto a Common Law System’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 75
Harvard Human Rights Journal Human Rights Quarterly: a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities and law Industrial Law Journal
International and Comparative Law Quarterly International Journal for the Semiotics of Law International Journal of Constitutional Law
International Journal of Cultural Property International Journal of the Legal Profession International Journal of Transitional Justice
Journal of Air Law and Commerce Journal of Common Market Studies 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 Criminal Justice
Journal of International Economic Law Journal of Law and Economics Journal of Political Philosophy
Journal of World Investment and Trade Journal of World Trade Jurimetrics: journal of law, science and technology
Juristenzeitung Justice Quarterly

Harvard Human Rights Journal (click to view more)

  • Alerasool O, Krawiecki S and Oza J, ‘Introduction’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal vii
  • Alidadi K, ‘Divergent Stepping-Stones towards Equality? Indirect Discrimination and Reasonable Accommodation on the Basis of Religion Competing for Attention in the European Workplace Essays’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 281
  • Cleveland SH, ‘Banning the Full-Face Veil: Freedom of Religion and Non-Discrimination in the Human Rights Committee and the European Court of Human Rights Essays’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 217
  • Ibadov R, ‘Accommodating "Neutral Dreams" in Liberal States: Responding to Consciously and Religiously Motivated Challenges in Multicultural Public Education Essays’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 195
  • Khaitan T, ‘Two Facets of Religion: Religious Adherence and Religious Group Membership Essays’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 231
  • Madrigal-Borloz V, ‘The Theory of Indirect Discrimination: Application to the Lived Realities of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Other Gender Diverse (LGBT) Persons Commentaries’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 295
  • McCrudden C, ‘Indirect Religious Discrimination: Resisting the Temptations of Premature Normative Theorization Essays’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 249
  • Neuman GL, ‘Questions of Indirect Discrimination on the Basis of Religion Essays’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 177
  • Shany Y, ‘The Road Taken: ICCPR and Discriminatory Restrictions on Religious Freedom Commentaries’ 34 Harvard Human Rights Journal 305

Industrial Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Ashiagbor D, ‘Race and Colonialism in the Construction of Labour Markets and Precarity’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 506
  • Bertolini A and Dukes R, ‘Trade Unions and Platform Workers in the UK: Worker Representation in the Shadow of the Law’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 662
  • Dias-Abey M, ‘Determining the Impact of Migration on Labour Markets: The Mediating Role of Legal Institutions’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 532
  • Dukes R, Ioannou G and Kirk E, ‘Special Issue, Work on Demand: Editorial Introduction’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 503
  • Ioannou G, ‘Contracting for Work in Tourism and Catering in Greece: Beyond a State/Market Dichotomy’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 558
  • Kirk E, ‘Law and Legalities at Work: HR Practitioners as Quasi-Legal Professionals’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 583
  • Mangan D, ‘Agreement to Discuss: The Social Partners Address the Digitalisation of Work’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 689
  • Novitz T, ‘Gig Work as a Manifestation of Short- Termism: Crafting a Sustainable Regulatory Agenda’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 636
  • Whiteside N, ‘Before the Gig Economy: UK Employment Policy and the Casual Labour Question’ 50 Industrial Law Journal 610

International Journal of Cultural Property (click to view more)

  • JCP volume 28 issue 2 Cover and Back matter (2021)
  • ‘Editorial Foreword’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 191
  • ‘JCP volume 28 issue 2 Cover and Front matter’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property f1
  • Almohamad A, ‘The destruction and looting of cultural heritage sites by ISIS in Syria: The case of Manbij and its countryside’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 221
  • Crommelin F and Tans O, ‘How to manage cultural space: An agonistic analysis of artistic moral rights’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 311
  • Gerner M, ‘Her majesty, the queen of sounds: Cultural sustainability and heritage in organ craftsmanship and music’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 285
  • Halcrow S and others, ‘Moving beyond Weiss and Springer's Repatriation and Erasing the Past: Indigenous values, relationships, and research’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 211
  • Joyce RA, ‘Science, objectivity, and academic freedom in the twenty-first century’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 193
  • Liuzza C, ‘The making and UN-making of consensus: Institutional inertia in the UNESCO World Heritage Committee’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 261
  • Teeter WG, Martinez D and Lippert D, ‘Creating a new future: Redeveloping the tribal-museum relationship in the time of NAGPRA’ 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 201

Journal of Air Law and Commerce (click to view more)

  • Andersen DR, ‘HELLO DON, THIS IS CHARLES’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 325
  • Armstrong A, ‘A PRIMER ON OPPOSING CONSTRUCTION OF WIND FARMS NEAR PUBLIC-USE AIRPORTS’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 343
  • Carr NK, ‘PROGRAMMED TO PROTECT AND SERVE: THE DAWN OF DRONES AND ROBOTS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 183
  • Choi HH, ‘DELIVERY DRONES: INAPT FOR APPLICATION OF CURRENT NEGLIGENCE THEORY’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 435
  • Defabo VL, ‘RETHINKING CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS: WIDESPREAD ELECTROMAGNETIC JAMMING BY STATES INDICATES CYBER INTERFERENCE IS NOT A USE OF FORCE’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 219
  • Hoffman JM, ‘CLAIM SPLITTING IN THE NEW WORLD OF SEVERAL LIABILITY AND PERSONAL JURISDICTION’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 377
  • ‘TRIBUTE TO CHARLES TARPLEY’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 329
  • Lear KF, ‘TRIBUTE TO CHARLES A. TARPLEY’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 327
  • Rimann C, ‘IMMUNITY DOESN'T FLY: THE CASE FOR FEDERAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR TORTS COMMITTED BY TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICERS’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 467
  • Rogers Iii CP, ‘A HEARTFELT REMEMBRANCE OF CHARLES TARPLEY’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 321
  • Rushing DG, ‘A FURTHER HISTORY OF THE SMU AIR LAW SYMPOSIUM’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 337
  • ‘TRIBUTE TO CHARLES ALFORD TARPLEY’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 331
  • Struble JD, ‘A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES A. TARPLEY: MENTOR, FRIEND, AVIATOR, LAWYER, AND GENTLE MAN’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 333
  • Thorson K, ‘"A DEFENDANT'S PARADISE": FAILINGS OF THE BROOKE GROUP TEST IN THE AIRLINE AND E-COMMERCE INDUSTRIES’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 497
  • Williams T, ‘TURBULENCE AHEAD: WHY THE FIRST DOMESTIC AIRCRAFT CARBON EMISSIONS REGULATIONS ARE A DANGER TO CLIMATE PROTECTION’ 86 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 281

Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (click to view more)

  • Heiny LMA and Nuvan E, ‘TOWARD A MORE PERFECT TRIAL: AMENDING FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE 106 AND 803 TO COMPLETE THE RULE OF COMPLETENESS’ 111 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 839
  • Kugler MB and Oliver M, ‘CONSTITUTIONAL PANDEMIC SURVEILLANCE’ 111 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 909
  • Martin J, ‘BREONNA TAYLOR: TRANSFORMING A HASHTAG INTO DEFUNDING THE POLICE’ 111 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 996
  • Pajar Blinder A, ‘DON'T (TOWER) DUMP ON FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION: PROTEST SURVEILLANCE UNDER THE FIRST AND FOURTH AMENDMENTS’ 111 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 961

Journal of Law and Economics (click to view more)

  • ‘Front Matter’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Aney MS, Dam S and Ko G, ‘Jobs for Justice(s): Corruption in the Supreme Court of India’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics 479
  • Carpenter CS and Nguyen HV, ‘Intended and Unintended Effects of Banning Menthol Cigarettes’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics 629
  • Conti M and others, ‘Governments' Late Payments and Firms' Survival: Evidence from the European Union’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics 603
  • Donelson DC, Kartapanis A and Yust CG, ‘Does Media Coverage Cause Meritorious Shareholder Litigation? Evidence from the Stock Option Backdating Scandal’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics 567
  • Gerlach H and Li J, ‘Platform Competition, Vertical Differentiation, and Price Coherence’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics 439
  • Hoekstra M and Street B, ‘The Effect of Own-Gender Jurors on Conviction Rates’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics 513
  • Murrell P, ‘Did the Independence of Judges Reduce Legal Development in England, 1600–1800?’ 64 Journal of Law & Economics 539

Jurimetrics: journal of law, science and technology (click to view more)

  • Brown S, ‘TIKTOK: TIME TO EXPAND THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE’ 62 Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science & Technology 49
  • Khoshaba A, ‘NEUROIMAGING EVIDENCE: SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, EFFICIENT ADMISSIBILITY’ 62 Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science & Technology 77
  • Nachbar TB, ‘PLATFORM EFFECTS’ 62 Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science & Technology 1

 

Law and Critique: journal of critical legal studies Law and History Review Law and Human Behavior
Law and Social Inquiry Law and Society Review Law, Culture and the Humanities
Legal Information Management Legal Issues of Economic Integration Legal Theory
Leiden Journal of International Law Marine Policy Medical Law Review
Minnesota Law Review Modern Law Review National Tax Journal
Netherlands International Law Review Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights New Criminal Law Review: an international and interdisciplinary journal
New York University Law Review  New Zealand Universities Law Review Nordic Journal of International Law
Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy

Law and History Review (click to view details)

  • ‘LHR volume 39 issue 3 Cover and Back matter’ 39 Law & History Review b1
  • ‘LHR volume 39 issue 3 Cover and Front matter’ 39 Law & History Review f1
  • Abramov E and Stein MA, ‘Allies and Obstacles: Disability Activism and Parents of Children with Disabilities’ 39 Law & History Review 617
  • Bishara FA, ‘Fluid Jurisdictions: Colonial Law and Arabs in Southeast Asia’ 39 Law & History Review 605
  • Day JH, ‘The Enigma of a Taiping Fugitive: The Illusion of Justice and the "Political Offence Exception" in Extradition from Hong Kong’ 39 Law & History Review 415
  • Hutchison EJ, ‘Popular Memory and Gender in Medieval England: Men, Women, and Testimony in the Church Courts, c.1200–1500’ 39 Law & History Review 601
  • Johnson T, ‘Priests of the Law: Roman Law and the Making of the Common Law's First Professionals’ 39 Law & History Review 603
  • Lamoreaux NR and Phillips Sawyer L, ‘Voting Trusts and Antitrust: Rethinking the Role of Shareholder Litigation in Public Regulation, from the 1880s to the 1930s’ 39 Law & History Review 569
  • Lebovic S, ‘The Conservative Press and the Interwar Origins of First Amendment Lochnerism’ 39 Law & History Review 539
  • Muchlinski P, ‘Veiled Power: International Law and the Private Corporation, 1886–1981’ 39 Law & History Review 610
  • Penick A, ‘From Disestablishment to Dartmouth College v. Woodward : How Virginia's Fight over Religious Freedom Shaped the History of American Corporations’ 39 Law & History Review 479
  • Pollak BH, ‘"A New Ethnology": The Legal Expansion of Whiteness under Early Jim Crow’ 39 Law & History Review 513
  • Sachs H, ‘In the Matter of Nat Turner: A Speculative History’ 39 Law & History Review 607
  • Schlegel JH, ‘Free Hands and Minds: Pioneering Australian Legal Scholars’ 39 Law & History Review 615
  • Steilen M, ‘Antonin Scalia and American Constitutionalism: The Historical Significance of a Judicial Icon’ 39 Law & History Review 612
  • Stern RG, ‘Uncertain Comparisons: Zionist and Israeli Links to India and Pakistan in the Age of Partition and Decolonization’ 39 Law & History Review 451

Legal Theory (click to view details)

  • ‘LEG volume 27 issue 4 Cover and Back matter’ 27 Legal Theory b1
  • ‘LEG volume 27 issue 4 Cover and Front matter’ 27 Legal Theory f1
  • Kennedy J, ‘CRIMES AS PUBLIC WRONGS’ 27 Legal Theory 253
  • Kurki VAJ, ‘THE INTEREST THEORY OF RIGHTS: STILL STANDING’ 27 Legal Theory 352
  • Mráz A, ‘HOW TO JUSTIFY MANDATORY ELECTORAL QUOTAS: A POLITICAL EGALITARIAN APPROACH’ 27 Legal Theory 285
  • Tan D, ‘OBJECTIVE INTENTIONALISM AND DISAGREEMENT’ 27 Legal Theory 316

Medical Law Review (click to view details)

  • Archard D, Brierley J and Cave E, ‘Compulsory Childhood Vaccination: Human Rights, Solidarity, and Best Interests’ 29 Medical Law Review 716
  • Cornell M, ‘Catriona A. W. Mcmillan, The Human Embryo in vitro: Breaking the Legal Stalemate’ 29 Medical Law Review 740
  • Finnerty AM, ‘Privilege of Information—An Examination of the Defence of Therapeutic Privilege and its Implications for Pregnant Women’ 29 Medical Law Review 639
  • Gulbul R, ‘Marie-Andrée Jacob and Anna Kirkland (eds), Research Handbook on Socio-Legal Studies of Medicine and Health, Edward Elgar’ 29 Medical Law Review 746
  • Jackson E, ‘Challenging the Comparison in Montgomery Between Patients and 'Consumers Exercising Choices'’ 29 Medical Law Review 595
  • Moreton KL, ‘Backwards-step for Gillick: Trans Children's Inability to Consent to Treatment for Gender Dysphoria—Quincy Bell & Mrs A v The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust and Ors [2020] EWHC 3274 (Admin)’ 29 Medical Law Review 699
  • Mulligan* A, ‘Patient Confidentiality and Disclosure of HIV Status: Disentangling the Entitlement to Disclose from the Duty to Warn’ 29 Medical Law Review 688
  • Nelson A and Romanis EC, ‘Medicalisation of Childbirth and Access to homebirth in the UK: Covid-19 and Beyond’ 29 Medical Law Review 661
  • Sarela AI, ‘Basma v Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: The Scrutiny of a Clinical Judgement’ 29 Medical Law Review 728
  • Sudai M, ‘Not Dying Alone: the Need to Democratize Hospital Visitation Policies During Covid-19’ 29 Medical Law Review 613

Minnesota Law Review (click to view details)

  • Bernstein A and Staszewski G, ‘Judicial Populism’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 283
  • Capers B, ‘The Law School as a White Space’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 7
  • Clay MM, ‘Copycat Cosmetics: The Beauty Industry and the Bounds of the American Intellectual Property System’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 425
  • Greene SS, ‘Stealing (Identity) From the Poor’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 59
  • Jenkins GW, ‘Remembrance of Hon. Walter F. Mondale '56’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 1
  • Levin RM, ‘The APA and the Assault on Deference’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 125
  • Pysno Solomon M, ‘Tax, Spend, and Prevent Discrimination: Why Title IX's Passage Under the Spending Clause Holds the Answer to a Quarter-Century Long Circuit Split’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 479
  • Ruhl JB and Kundis Craig R, ‘4°C’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 191
  • Suitor DP, ‘You Don't Have a Home to Go to but You Can Stay Here: A Bill of Rights for Unhoused Minnesotans’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 525
  • Widiss DA, ‘Proving Discrimination by the Text’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 353

Modern Law Review (click to view details)

  • ‘AV Dicey as Legal Theorist’ 85 Modern Law Review 247
  • ‘Citizen Led Policing in the Digital Realm: Paedophile Hunters and Article 8 in the case of Sutherland v Her Majesty's Advocate’ 85 Modern Law Review 219
  • ‘Core Concepts in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 1: Anglo‐German Dialogues’ 85 Modern Law Review 278
  • ‘Falling into Line? The Hostile Environment and the Legend of the 'Judges' Revolt'’ 85 Modern Law Review 105
  • ‘Fat Cats, Production Networks, and the Right to Fair Pay’ 85 Modern Law Review 1
  • ‘The Financial Courts: Adjudicating Disputes in Derivatives Markets’ 85 Modern Law Review 285
  • ‘Health as a Human Right: The Politics and Judicialisation of Health in Brazil’ 85 Modern Law Review 273
  • ‘Pensions and Legal Policy: Lessons on the Shift from Public to Private’ 85 Modern Law Review 282
  • ‘Reinventing Bankruptcy Law: A History of the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act’ 85 Modern Law Review 290
  • ‘Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd: Reflective Loss and the Autonomy of Company Law’ 85 Modern Law Review 232
  • ‘Simon Stern, Maksymilian Del Mar and Bernadette Meyler (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Law and Humanities, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2020, xix + 892 pp, hb £125.00’ 85 Modern Law Review 268
  • ‘A Struggle for Competence: National Security, Surveillance and the Scope of EU Law at the Court of Justice of European Union’ 85 Modern Law Review 198
  • Denvir C and Selvarajah AD, ‘Safeguarding Access to Justice in the Age of the Online Court’ 85 Modern Law Review 25
  • Eckes C and Leino‐Sandberg P, ‘The EU‐UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement – Exceptional Circumstances or a new Paradigm for EU External Relations?’ 85 Modern Law Review 164
  • Helm RK, Dehaghani R and Newman D, ‘Guilty Plea Decisions: Moving Beyond the Autonomy Myth’ 85 Modern Law Review 133
  • McEvoy K and Bryson A, ‘Boycott, Resistance and the Law: Cause Lawyering in Conflict and Authoritarianism’ 85 Modern Law Review 69

Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (click to view details)

  • ‘Recent publications in international human rights law’ 39 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 335
  • Bachelet M, ‘SIM Peter Baehr Lecture – Life Begins at Forty: Human Rights for the Future’ 39 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 329
  • Buyse A, ‘Pandemic protests: Creatively using the freedom of assembly during COVID-19’ 39 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 265
  • de Vries K and Spijkerboer T, ‘Race and the regulation of international migration. The ongoing impact of colonialism in the case law of The European Court of Human Rights’ 39 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 291
  • Fennelly D and Murphy C, ‘Racial Discrimination and Nationality and Migration Exceptions: Reconciling CERD and the Race Equality Directive’ 39 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 308
  • Perera R, ‘Beyond the Minimalist Critique: An Assessment of the Right to Education in International Human Rights Law’ 39 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 268

New York University Law Review (click to view details)

  • ‘IN MEMORY OF CIARA L. GRUBBS’ 96 New York University Law Review 1715
  • ‘IN MEMORY OF THOMAS W. SARFF’ 96 New York University Law Review 1717
  • Barnes GE, ‘RACIAL EXCLUSION IN PRIVATE MARKETS: HOW THE NEW ACCREDITED INVESTOR STANDARD IS ARBITRARY AND CAPRICIOUS’ 96 New York University Law Review 1966
  • Corgan JB, ‘EXPEDITED REMOVAL OF VISA HOLDERS: CHALLENGING ADVERSE IMMIGRATION INSPECTION ACTIONS’ 96 New York University Law Review 2009
  • Dunkle S, ‘"THE AIR WAS BLUE WITH PERJURY": POLICE LIES AND THE CASE FOR ABOLITION’ 96 New York University Law Review 2048
  • Eskridge Jr WN and Nourse VF, ‘TEXTUAL GERRYMANDERING: THE ECLIPSE OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT IN AN ERA OF STATUTORY POPULISM’ 96 New York University Law Review 1718
  • Frazier JL, ‘PERFECTING PARTICIPATION: ARBITRARINESS AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN AGENCY ENFORCEMENT’ 96 New York University Law Review 2094
  • Gokulan A, ‘INCREASING BOARD DIVERSITY: A NEW PERSPECTIVE BASED IN SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY AND STAKEHOLDER APPROACH MODELS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE’ 96 New York University Law Review 2136
  • Greenberg S, ‘HIGH-RISK, HIGH-REWARD: A CASE FOR TAX DEFERRAL’ 96 New York University Law Review 2183
  • Jaramillo AE, ‘HIPPIES IN THE BOARDROOM: A HISTORICAL CRITIQUE OF ADDRESSING STAKEHOLDER INTERESTS THROUGH PRIVATE ORDERING’ 96 New York University Law Review 2213
  • Lin S, ‘BARGAINING FOR INTEGRATION’ 96 New York University Law Review 1826
  • Mecklai SL, ‘TAKING THE COURT AT ITS WORD: HOW ADVOCATES ADAPT WHEN THE SUPREME COURT SAYS NO’ 96 New York University Law Review 2260
  • Nejaime D and Siegel R, ‘ANSWERING THE LOCHNER OBJECTION: SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS AND THE ROLE OF COURTS IN A DEMOCRACY’ 96 New York University Law Review 1902

New Zealand Universities Law Review (click to view details)

  • Dawson F, ‘VARIATION WITHOUT CONSIDERATION’ 29 New Zealand Universities Law Review 743
  • Pirini M and High A, ‘DIGNITY AND MANA IN THE "THIRD LAW" OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND’ 29 New Zealand Universities Law Review 623
  • Scott PG, ‘LAST RITES FOR FULLER AND PERDUE’ 29 New Zealand Universities Law Review 675
  • Tarrant S, ‘WHY INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IS DIFFICULT TO SEE AS GROUNDS FOR SELF-DEFENCE: OLD COMMON LAW LEGACIES’ 29 New Zealand Universities Law Review 703
  • Williams DV, ‘JUSTICIABILITY AND TIKANGA: TOWARDS "SOFT LEGAL CONSTITUTIONALISM’ 29 New Zealand Universities Law Review 649
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Osgoode Hall Law Journal (click to view details)

  • Da Silva M, ‘Positive Charter Rights: When Can We Open the "Door?"’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 669
  • Gavigan SAM, ‘A History of Law in Canada, Volume One: Beginnings to 1866 by Philip Girard, Jim Phillips & R. Blake Brown’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 719
  • Heppenstall DG, ‘Frontline Justice: The Evolution and Reform of Summary Trials in the Canadian Armed Forces by Pascal Lévesque’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 749
  • Khoday A, ‘Black Voices Matter Too: Counter-Narrating Smithers v The Queen’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 567
  • Malone M, ‘Smart Cities in Canada: Digital Dreams, Corporate Designs edited by Mariana Valverde and Alexandra Flynn’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 727
  • McLeod C, ‘The Human Rights-Based Approach to Carbon Finance by Damilola S. Olawuyi’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 759
  • Penney S and Yahya M, ‘Section 24(2) in the Trial Courts: An Empirical Analysis of the Legal and Non-legal Determinants of Excluding Unconstitutionally Obtained Evidence in Canada’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 509
  • Sossin JL and Van Wiltenburg C, ‘The Puzzle of Soft Law’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 623
  • Stewart FL, ‘Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto by Kevin M. Gannon’ 58 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 739

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (click to view details)

  • Altman S, ‘Are Boycotts, Shunning, and Shaming Corrupt?’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 987
  • Bateman W, ‘Law of Monetary Finance under Unconventional Monetary Policy’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 929
  • Campagna G, ‘Miracle of Mercy’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1096
  • Campbell M, ‘Austerity of Lone Motherhood: Discrimination Law and Benefit Reform’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1197
  • Fairclough S, ‘Lost Leg of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act (1999): Special Measures and Humane Treatment’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1066
  • Geva B, Grünewald SN and Zellweger-Gutknecht C, ‘e-Banknote as a 'Banknote': A Monetary Law Interpreted’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1119
  • Kelly-Lyth A, ‘Challenging Biased Hiring Algorithms’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 899
  • Lewis S, ‘Precedent and the Rule of Law’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 873
  • Milburn J and Cochrane A, ‘Should We Protect Animals from Hate Speech?†’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1149
  • Murkens JEK, ‘Written Constitution: A Case Not Made’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 965
  • Oberdiek J, ‘Wrong in Negligence’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1174
  • Sage N, ‘Relational Wrongs and Agency in Tort Theory’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1012
  • Shapira R, ‘Comprehensibility and Accountability†’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1227
  • Smith E, ‘Is Foreign Policy Special?’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1040
  • Stone A and Weis LK, ‘Positive and Negative Constitutionalism and the Limits of Universalism: A Review Essay†’ 41 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1249

Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal (click to view details)

  • Hirsch AJ, ‘MODELS OF ELECTRONIC-WILL LEGISLATION’ 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 163
  • McLaughlin NA, ‘CONSERVATION EASEMENTS AND THE PROCEEDS REGULATION’ 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 111

Singapore Journal of Legal Studies (click to view details)

  • Bridge MG, ‘THE CISG AND COMMODITY SALES: A RELATIONSHIP TO BE REVISITED?’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 271
  • Chan D, ‘MOTHERLESS OR FATHERLESS BY DESIGN: CHILD'S WELFARE AS THE FIRST AND PARAMOUNT CONSIDERATION & THE CASE AGAINST SURROGACY & ART’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 291
  • Chng K, ‘Judicial Review of Administrative Action Across the Common Law World: Origins and Adaptation’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 409
  • Chong A, ‘CHOICE OF LAW FOR FORMATION OF CONTRACTS: Solomon Lew v Kaikhushru Shiavax Nargolwala’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 383
  • Lee I, ‘CLARITY IN THE PENAL CODE DEFINITION OF STRICT LIABILITY’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 332
  • Nelson JW, ‘NEWSPACE, OLD PROBLEMS: ASSET-BASED SATELLITE FINANCING IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 354
  • Tan Ming REN, ‘HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY: ADVERSE INFERENCES AND NON-DISCLOSURE OF MATRIMONIAL ASSETS: UZN v UZM’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 394
  • THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON PARENTAL RELOCATION OF CHILDREN: UYK v UYJ’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 402
  • Varottil U, ‘Venture Capital Law in China’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 413
  • You C, ‘Reinventing Bankruptcy Law: A History of the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act’ Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 416

Singapore Law Review (click to view details)

  • Wong K, ‘To Put down in Words: Authorial Intentionalism as a Unifying Theory of Interpretation in Law and Literature’ 38 Singapore Law Review 287

Southern California Law Review (click to view details)

  • Daniel M, ‘NOT A VARA BIG DEAL: HOW MORAL RIGHTS, PROPERTY RIGHTS, AND STREET ART CAN COEXIST’ 94 Southern California Law Review 927
  • Eason R, ‘GET OUT THE VOTE (OR ELSE): TESTING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF COMPULSORY VOTING’ 94 Southern California Law Review 963
  • Nash JR and Collins MG, ‘THE CERTIFICATE OF DIVISION AND THE EARLY SUPREME COURT’ 94 Southern California Law Review 733
  • Sale HA, ‘THE CORPORATE PURPOSE OF SOCIAL LICENSE’ 94 Southern California Law Review 785
  • Yoo CS and others, ‘DUE PROCESS IN ANTITRUST ENFORCEMENT: NORMATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES’ 94 Southern California Law Review 843

Stanford Journal of International Law (click to view details)

  • Sarkin JJ, ‘TOWARDS A GREATER UNDERSTANDING OF GUARANTEES OF NON-REPETITION (GNR) OR NON-RECURRENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS: HOW GNR INTERSECTS TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WITH PROCESSES OF STATE (RE)BUILDING, THE RULE OF LAW, DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE, RECONCILIATION, NATION BUILDING, SOCIAL COHESION AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION’ 57 Stanford Journal of International Law 191
  • Yueduan W, ‘LABORATORIES OF AUTHORITARIANISM’ 57 Stanford Journal of International Law 137

Sydney Law Review (click to view details)

  • Appleby G and Carter A, ‘Parliaments, Proportionality and Facts’ 43 Sydney Law Review 259
  • Barker K and Lamont K, ‘Misfeasance in Public Office: Raw Statistics from the Australian Front Line’ 43 Sydney Law Review 315
  • Caserta S, ‘The Legal Profession in the Digital Age’ 43 Sydney Law Review 411
  • Dews T, ‘Mabo and the Valuation Vibe: Substantive Equality in the Timber Creek Compensation Case’ 43 Sydney Law Review 391
  • Dyer A, ‘A "Rational and Humane Criminal Code"? Bell v Tasmania and the Reach of Honest and Reasonable Mistake of Fact’ 43 Sydney Law Review 379
  • Golding G and Hvala T, ‘Paid Period Leave for Australian Women: A Prerogative Not a Pain’ 43 Sydney Law Review 349
  • Rogan T, ‘Futures of Antitrust’ 43 Sydney Law Review 419
  • Saunders BB and Meagher D, ‘Taking Seriously the Free Exercise of Religion under the Australian Constitution’ 43 Sydney Law Review 287

Texas Law Review (click to view details)

  • Aziz IF, ‘Sanctioning Free Exercise: Religious Freedom and Financial Liberty’ 100 Texas Law Review 387
  • Dimitroff K, ‘Mark Zuckerberg, Joe Manchin, and ISIS: What Facebook's International Terrorism Lawsuits Can Teach Us About the Future of Section 230 Reform’ 100 Texas Law Review 153
  • Klaristenfeld J, ‘High Press: Stakeholders and the Legal Fight Against Racism in World Football’ 100 Texas Law Review 189
  • Lemley MA and Samuelson P, ‘Interfaces and Interoperability After Google v. Oracle’ 100 Texas Law Review 1
  • Litman LM, ‘The Myth of the Great Writ’ 100 Texas Law Review 219
  • Lund DS and Sarin N, ‘Corporate Crime and Punishment: An Empirical Study’ 100 Texas Law Review 285
  • Posner EA, ‘The Economic Basis of the Independent Contractor/Employee Distinction’ 100 Texas Law Review 353
  • Prakash SB, ‘Prosecuting and Punishing Our Presidents’ 100 Texas Law Review 55
  • Waitzman E, ‘Free Ride on the Freedom Ride: How "Dark Money" Nonprofits Are Using Cases from the Civil Rights Era to Skirt Disclosure Laws’ 100 Texas Law Review 115
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UCLA Law Review (click to view details)

  • Afgani C, ‘Choosing Life Over Liberty and Property: Environmental Justice in a World Ravaged by Climate Change’ 68 UCLA Law Review 786
  • Allen RN, ‘From Academic Freedomto Cancel Culture: Silencing Black Women in the Legal Academy’ 68 UCLA Law Review 364
  • Callahan T, ‘Alaska Native Hunting and Fishing Rights in a Changing Climate: Katie John, Sturgeon, and a Path Forward’ 68 UCLA Law Review 518
  • Clark LB, ‘Stealing Education’ 68 UCLA Law Review 566
  • Katyal SK and Jung JY, ‘The Gender Panopticon: AI, Gender, and Design Justice’ 68 UCLA Law Review 692
  • Levine BS, ‘"Obvious Injustice" and Qualified Immunity: The Legacy of Hope v. Pelzer’ 68 UCLA Law Review 842
  • Rahim A, ‘Race as Unintellectual’ 68 UCLA Law Review 632
  • Ryan C, ‘Children as Bargaining Chips’ 68 UCLA Law Review 410
  • Varadarajan D, ‘Business Secrecy Expansion and FOIA’ 68 UCLA Law Review 462

University of Chicago Law Review (click to view details)

  • Gregg K, ‘Intellectual Property Norms in American Theater’ 88 University of Chicago Law Review 1829
  • Hansen R, ‘Can Procedure Take?: The Judicial Takings Doctrine and Court Procedure’ 88 University of Chicago Law Review 1875
  • Kleinfeld J, ‘Textual Rules in Criminal Statutes’ 88 University of Chicago Law Review 1791
  • McGee K, ‘A Place Worth Protecting: Rethinking Cost-Benefit Analysis Under FEMA's Flood-Mitigation Programs’ 88 University of Chicago Law Review 1925
  • Mok K, ‘In Defense of 5G: National Security and Patent Rights Under the Public Interest Factors’ 88 University of Chicago Law Review 1971
  • Walter H, ‘Write Like You're Running Out of Time: Prepublication Review, Retroactive Classification, and Intermediate Scrutiny’ 88 University of Chicago Law Review 2013

University of Chicago Legal Forum (click to view details)

  • Abramowicz M, ‘Toward Livelihood Insurance’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 17
  • Caminer M, ‘Enjoined and Incarcerated: Complications for Incarcerated People Seeking Economic Relief under the CARES Act’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 297
  • Carey T, ‘Comity, Coronavirus, and Interstate Travel Restrictions’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 325
  • Casey AJ, ‘Bankruptcy & Bailouts, Subsidies & Stimulus: The Government Toolset for Responding to Market Distress’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 63
  • Colligan G, ‘Economic Shutdown and Commercial Rent In Chapter 11’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 353
  • Crawfor BJ, Purser K and Cockburnt T, ‘Wills Formalities in a Post-Pandemic World: A Research Agenda’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 93
  • Fisher H, ‘Getting Down to Brass Tax: Why Courts Should Use Equitable Tolling to Help Taxpayer-Petitioners Impacted by COVID-19’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 379
  • Gallegos N, ‘Protecting Mixed-Status Families: Equal Protection Analysis of the Dual Social Security Number Requirement’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 409
  • Granda N, ‘The IDEA's Stay-Put Provision: A Staple of Pandemic IEP Litigation?’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 441
  • Heled Y, Rutschman AS and Vertinsky L, ‘The Need for the Tort Law Necessity Defense in Intellectual Property Law’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 127
  • Hemel D, ‘Four Futures for U.S. Pandemic Policy’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 145
  • Johnson K, ‘COVID-19: Isolating the Problems in Privacy Protection for Individuals with Substance Use Disorder’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 467
  • Kontorovich E, ‘Lochner Under Lockdown’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 169
  • Kovvali A, ‘Essential Businesses and Shareholder Value’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 191
  • Moore DV, ‘Striking a New Grand Bargain: Workers' Compensation as a Pandemic Social Safety Net’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 499
  • Pallmeyer RR, ‘Preparing for the Next Pandemic: COVID-19's Lessons for Courts’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 1
  • Spungen L, ‘Ballot Access and the Role of Diligence During an Election-Year Pandemic’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 525
  • Tweedy AE, ‘The Validity of Tribal Checkpoints in South Dakota to Curb the Spread of COVID-19’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 233
  • Witt JF, ‘Scrambling the New Sanitationist Synthesis: Civil Liberties and Public Health in the Age of COVID-19’ 2021 University of Chicago Legal Forum 277

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (click to view details)

  • Carpenter Ii DM, Lawson C and Deuser C, ‘What the Great Recession Revealed About Taxation by Citation and What Can Be Done About It’ 54 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 893
  • Ciardiello A, ‘Prohibiting the Punishment of Poverty: The Abolition of the Wealth-Based Criminal Disenfranchisement’ 54 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 917
  • Dozier W and Kiel D, ‘Debt to Society: The Role of Fines & Fees Reform in Dismantling the Carceral State’ 54 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 857
  • Hirsch J and Jones PS, ‘Driver's License Suspension for Unpaid Fines and Fees: The Movement for Reform’ 54 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 875
  • Maurer WR, ‘How the Rational Basis Test Protects Policing for Profit’ 54 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 839
  • Rubinstein SL, ‘Dismantling Policing for Profit: How to Build on Missouri's Post-Ferguson Court Reforms’ 54 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 953

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

  • Ananian-Welsh R, Cronin R and Greste P, ‘IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: PROTECTIONS AND RISKS IN WHISTLEBLOWING TO THE MEDIA’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1242
  • Asimakis J-P, ‘STILL LAGGING BEHIND: DIAGNOSING JUDICIAL APPROACHES TO 'BODILY INJURY' CLAIMS FOR PSYCHIATRIC INJURY UNDER THE MONTREAL CONVENTION OF 1999’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1281
  • Bomball P, ‘THE 'ENTREPRENEURSHIP APPROACH' TO DETERMINING EMPLOYMENT STATUS: A NORMATIVE AND PRACTICAL CRITIQUE’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1336
  • Chan JD, ‘ALGORITHMIC COLLUSION AND AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION LAW: TROUBLE AHEAD FOR THE NATIONAL ELECTRICITY MARKET?’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1365
  • Foerster A, Sheehan KYM and Parris D, ‘INVESTING FOR A SAFE CLIMATE?’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1409
  • Giancaspro M, ‘PERILOUS FIRES, PANDEMICS AND PRICE GOUGING: THE NEED TO PROTECT CONSUMERS FROM UNFAIR PRICING PRACTICES DURING TIMES OF CRISIS’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1458
  • Hayward B, ‘TO BOLDLY GO, PART II: DATA AS THE CISG'S NEXT (BUT PROBABLY NOT FINAL) FRONTIER’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1482
  • Mathias A, ‘EDITORIAL’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1239
  • Pocock M, ‘BLURRED LINES OR STARK CONTRASTS: ARE BY-LAWS TO RESTRICT SHORT-TERM HOLIDAY LETTING PERMISSIBLE IN QUEENSLAND COMMUNITY TITLES SCHEMES?’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1524
  • Saunders BB and Deagon A, ‘RELIGION AND THE CONSTITUTION: A RESPONSE TO LUKE BECK'S SAFEGUARD AGAINST RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE THEORY OF SECTION 116’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1558
  • Selby J, ‘THE EFFICACY, EQUITY AND EXTERNALITIES OF AUSTRALIA'S COVIDSAFE APP AS A POLICY INTERVENTION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: WAS IT SUNSCREEN OR TANNING LOTION?’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1584
  • Simmons F and Wong G, ‘LEARNING FROM LIVED EXPERIENCE: AUSTRALIA'S LEGAL RESPONSE TO FORCED MARRIAGE’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1619
  • White BP and others, ‘COMPARATIVE AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF KEY ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR VOLUNTARY ASSISTED DYING UNDER FIVE LEGAL FRAMEWORKS’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1663
  • Wolf G, ‘GROWING ENLIGHTENMENT: SENTENCING OFFENDERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER IN AUSTRALIA’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1701
  • Young S, ‘NATIVE TITLE AS DISPLACED MEDIATOR’ 44 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1739

University of Toronto Law Journal (click to view details)

  • Cheung AYH, ‘Legal gaslighting’ 72 University of Toronto Law Journal 50
  • Classmann S, ‘Stephen P Garvey, Guilty Acts, Guilty Minds’ 72 University of Toronto Law Journal 148
  • Dorfman A, ‘When, and how, does property matter?’ 72 University of Toronto Law Journal 81
  • Shlomo Agon S, ‘Farewell to the F-word? Fragmentation of international law in times of the COVID-19 pandemic’ 72 University of Toronto Law Journal 1
  • Sinel Z, ‘Stephen A Smith, Rights, Wrongs, and Injustices: The Structure of Remedial Law’ 72 University of Toronto Law Journal 125

Vanderbilt Law Review (click to view details)

  • Bratton WW, ‘Symposium: Conference on Margaret Blair's Contributions to Our Understanding of the Role of Corporations in the Economy’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1539
  • Cheffins BR and Williams R, ‘Team Production Theory Across the Waves’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1583
  • Kochan TA, ‘Worker Voice and Corporate Governance: Putting Words into Actions’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1625
  • O'Kelley CRT, ‘What Was the Dartmouth College Case Really About?’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1645
  • Pollman E, ‘Corporate Personhood and Limited Sovereignty’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1727
  • Roe MJ, ‘Dodge v. Ford: What Happened and Why?’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1755
  • Squire R, ‘Why the Corporation Locks in Financial Capital but the Partnership Does Not’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1787
  • Wells H, ‘The Personification of the Partnership’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1835
  • Williams CA, ‘Fiduciary Duties and Corporate Climate Responsibility’ 74 Vanderbilt Law Review 1878

Virginia Journal of International Law (click to view details)

  • Chaffetz MAX, ‘Disentangling Conflict and Minerals: How NGOs and Lawmakers Ought to Rebrand Their Flawed Narrative of Eastern Congo’ 62 Virginia Journal of International Law 203
  • Combs NA, ‘The Impact of Separate Opinions on International Criminal Law’ 62 Virginia Journal of International Law 1
  • Oakland A, ‘Holding Peacekeepers Accountable: Haiti and Cholera’ 62 Virginia Journal of International Law 235
  • Rutherglen G, ‘Admiralty, Human Rights, and International Law’ 62 Virginia Journal of International Law 181
  • Stephan PB, ‘Wars of Conquest in the Twenty-First Century and the Lessons of History - Crimea, Panama, and John Bassett Moore’ 62 Virginia Journal of International Law 63
  • Stewart M, ‘"A New Law on Earth" Hannah Arendt and the Vision for a Positive Legal Framework to Guarantee the Right to Have Rights’ 62 Virginia Journal of International Law 115

Virginia Law Review (click to view details)

  • Alicea JJ, ‘LIBERALISM AND DISAGREEMENT IN AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY’ 107 Virginia Law Review 1711
  • Brown E, ‘THE LOST JUDICIAL REVIEW FUNCTION OF THE SPEECH OR DEBATE CLAUSE’ 107 Virginia Law Review 1777
  • Eyer K, ‘THE BUT-FOR THEORY OF ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW’ 107 Virginia Law Review 1621
  • Obasogie OK, ‘EXCITED DELIRIUM AND POLICE USE OF FORCE’ 107 Virginia Law Review 1545

Yale Law Journal (click to view details)

  • Ceballos CI, Engstrom DF and Ho DE, ‘Disparate Limbo: How Administrative Law Erased Antidiscrimination’ 131 Yale Law Journal 370
  • Chin S, ‘Introducing Independence to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court’ 131 Yale Law Journal 655
  • Lvovsky A, ‘Rethinking Police Expertise’ 131 Yale Law Journal 475
  • Ostrowski S, ‘Judging the Fed’ 131 Yale Law Journal 726
  • Viljoen S, ‘A Relational Theory of Data Governance’ 131 Yale Law Journal 573