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Selected Law Journals: Table of Contents

January 2022

American Business Law Journal American Journal of International Law American Journal of Legal History
Antitrust Law Journal Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law Asia Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law
Asian International Arbitration Journal Asian Journal of Comparative Law Australian Journal of Human Rights
Boston University Law Review Cambridge Law Journal Columbia Human Rights Law Review
Columbia Journal of Asian Law Common Market Law Review Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal
Corporate Governance (Oxford): an international review Crime and Delinquency Criminal Justice and Behavior
 

American Business Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Cowan MJ, Cutler J and Baxter RJ, ‘Strategic Surrogates or Sad Sinners: U.S. Taxation of Bartering in Digital Services’ 58 American Business Law Journal 849
  • Haugh T, ‘Leading a Healthier Company: Advancing a Public Health Model of Ethics and Compliance’ 58 American Business Law Journal 799
  • Hess D, ‘The Management and Oversight of Human Rights Due Diligence’ 58 American Business Law Journal 751
  • Park SK, ‘Legal Strategy Disrupted: Managing Climate Change and Regulatory Transformation’ 58 American Business Law Journal 711
     

American Journal of International Law (click to view more)

  • ‘Biden Administration Continues Efforts to Change Immigration Policy Amidst Surges of Migrants and Court Losses’ 116 American Journal of International Law 197
  • ‘Biden Administration Pushes for Multilateral Cooperation and Domestic Action to Combat Climate Change’ 116 American Journal of International Law 171
  • ‘Books Received’ 116 American Journal of International Law 233
  • ‘Huawei's Meng Wanzhou Released to China After Entering into Deferred Prosecution Agreement with U.S. Justice Department’ 116 American Journal of International Law 184
  • ‘Transnational Legal Ordering of Criminal Justice. By Gregory Shaffer and Ely Aaronson. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2020. Pp. xvi, 394. Index. – CORRIGENUM’ 116 American Journal of International Law 235
  • ‘United States Grapples with Aftermath of Withdrawal from Afghanistan’ 116 American Journal of International Law 190
  • ‘United States Indicts Iranian and Chinese Government Agents for Targeting Individuals in the United States’ 116 American Journal of International Law 179
  • ‘The United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom Announce "AUKUS" Alliance Focused on Indo-Pacific Security’ 116 American Journal of International Law 164
  • Aust HP, ‘Climate Protection Act Case, Order of the First Senate’ 116 American Journal of International Law 150
  • Cope KL, Verdier P-H and Versteeg M, ‘The Global Evolution of Foreign Relations Law’ 116 American Journal of International Law 1
  • Harris Qc C and Miles C, ‘General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd. v. State of Libya [2021] UKSC 22, [2021] 3 WLR 231’ 116 American Journal of International Law 157
  • Helfer LR, ‘Evading International Norms: Race and Rights in the Shadow of Legality’ 116 American Journal of International Law 206
  • Heller KJ, ‘Oxford University Press’ 116 American Journal of International Law 224
  • Koskenniemi M, ‘Establishing Norms in a Kaleidoscopic World’ 116 American Journal of International Law 211
  • Moore DH, ‘The Restatement and Beyond: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Foreign Relations Law’ 116 American Journal of International Law 219
  • Pons WI, Lord JE and Stein MA, ‘Disability, Human Rights Violations, and Crimes Against Humanity’ 116 American Journal of International Law 58
  • Ramji-Nogales J, ‘The Oxford Handbook of Global Legal Pluralism’ 116 American Journal of International Law 214
  • Roberts A and St John T, ‘Complex Designers and Emergent Design: Reforming the Investment Treaty System’ 116 American Journal of International Law 96
     

American Journal of Legal History (click to view more)

  • Amarasinghe P, ‘Bartosz Brozek, Julia Stanek, and Jerzy Stelmach (eds), Russian Legal Realism’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 443
  • Hamlin KA, ‘Martha S. Jones, Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote, and Insisted on Equality for All’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 443
  • Handford P, ‘Victorian Railways Commissioners v Coultas: The Untold Story’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 416
  • Rowe CJ, ‘American Bar Association Looks to England, 1924 and 1957’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 385
  • Tillman SB, ‘What Oath (If Any) Did Jacob Henry Take in 1809?: Deconstructing the Historical Myths’ 61 American Journal of Legal History 349
     

Antitrust Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Behboodi R, ‘COMPETITION LAW AND TRADE POLICY: "NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET"?’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 127
  • Bradford ANU and Chilton A, ‘REGULATING ANTITRUST THROUGH TRADE AGREEMENTS’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 103
  • Bush N, ‘CHINESE ANTITRUST IN THE TRADE WAR: CASUALTY, REFUGEE, PROFITEER, PEACEMAKER’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 209
  • Gilbert RJ and Melamed AD, ‘INNOVATION UNDER SECTION 2 OF THE SHERMAN ACT’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 1
  • Lipscomb R and Solomon J, ‘SYMPOSIUM EDITORS' NOTE: ANTITRUST AND TRADE’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 95
  • Lipsky AB, ‘OVERDETERRENCE, NON-COMPETITION POLICY GOALS, AND INADEQUATE DEFENSE RIGHTS- IDENTIFYING (AND FIXING) ANTITRUST CONSTRAINTS ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 185
  • Perez Motta E, ‘THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRADE AND COMPETITION IN A GLOBALIZED ECONOMY’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 169
  • Solomon J, Morrison GS and Bloomfield D, ‘CONSUMERS AND CITIZENS: THE FUTURE OF THE CONSUMER WELFARE STANDARD IN GLOBAL MERGER REVIEW’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 265
  • Wilson CS and Klovers K, ‘SAME RULE, DIFFERENT RESULT: HOW THE NARROWING OF PRODUCT MARKETS HAS ALTERED SUBSTANTIVE ANTITRUST RULES’ 84 Antitrust Law Journal 55
     

Boston University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Konnoth C, ‘HEALTH DATA FEDERALISM’ 101 Boston University Law Review 2169
  • Lawrence MK, ‘TINKER STAYS HOME: STUDENT FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN VIRTUAL LEARNING PLATFORMS’ 101 Boston University Law Review 2249
  • Miller RJ and Dolan T, ‘THE INDIAN LAW BOMBSHELL: MCGIRT V. OKLAHOMA’ 101 Boston University Law Review 2049
  • Solum LB, ‘THE PUBLIC MEANING THESIS: AN ORIGINALIST THEORY OF CONSTITUTIONAL MEANING’ 101 Boston University Law Review 1953
  • Sperino SF, ‘EVIDENTIARY INEQUALITY’ 101 Boston University Law Review 2105
     

Columbia Human Rights Law Review (click to view more)

  • Baker AA and Green JR, ‘THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A "LEGAL NAME"’ 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 129
  • Beltran B, Lyon B and Schivone N, ‘SCORCHED BORDER LITIGATION’ 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Crepelle A, ‘THE TIME TRAP: ADDRESSING THE STEREOTYPES THAT UNDERMINE TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY’ 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 189
  • Drake EL, ‘EVALUATING AUTONOMOUS WEAPONS SYSTEMS: A DICHOTOMIC LENS OF MILITARY VALUE AND ACCOUNTABILITY’ 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 297
  • Margulies J, Blume J and Johnson S, ‘DEAD RIGHT: A CAUTIONARY CAPITAL PUNISHMENT TALE’ 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 59
  • Ong R, ‘HARD DRIVE HERITAGE: DIGITAL CULTURAL PROPERTY IN THE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT’ 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 247
  • Romanoff N, ‘THE "BEDROCK PRINCIPLE" THAT WASN'T: ALLIANCE FOR OPEN SOCIETY H AND THE FUTURE OF THE NONCITIZENS' EXTRATERRITORIAL CONSTITUTION’ 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 345
     

Columbia Journal of Asian Law (click to view more)

  • Direksoonthorn K, ‘Protecting the Public and Our Physicians' Interests: A Proposal to Rectify Inconsistencies and Develop Guidelines on Physicians' Disclosure of Patients' Health Data to Third Parties in Thailand’ 34 Columbia Journal of Asian Law 128
  • Mohan MPR and Raj V, ‘Auditors' Negligence and Professional Misconduct in India: A Struggle for a Consistent Legal Standard’ 34 Columbia Journal of Asian Law 93
     

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

  • Baird M, Hill E and Colussi S, ‘Mapping Menstrual Leave Legislation and Policy Historically and Globally: A Labor Entitlement to Reinforce, Remedy, or Revolutionize Gender Equality at Work?’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 187
  • Bogoeski V, ‘Posted Work in the European Union: The Political Economy of Free Movement Book Review’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 229
  • Calcaterra L, ‘New Nationalism and Labor Law: An Overview of the Italian Labor and Social Security Policy of the Last Years New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 61
  • Campbell JL, ‘Nationalism, Populism, & Labor Market Reform Today New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 7
  • Durri I, ‘Regulating the Platform Economy: International Perspectives on New Forms of Work Book Review’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 237
  • Filho RF and Davila J, ‘Quo Vadis Labor Law? Labor Regulatory Trends in Bolsonaro's Kakistocracy New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 89
  • Grzebyk P, ‘Neo-Nationalism in Poland and Its Impact on Labor Law and Social Policy New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 115
  • Hornung-Draus R, Hajdu J and Rasnic C, ‘In Memory of Rolf Birk’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 1
  • Koldinska K, ‘To Flog a Dead Horse New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 163
  • Lehoczky CK and Majtenyi B, ‘Social Rights, Social Policy, and Labor Law in the Hungarian Populist-Nationalist System New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 13
  • Masi AC, ‘Re-Inventing Labour Law Enforcement: A Socio-Legal Analysis Book Review’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal i
  • Rathgeb P and Gruber-Risak M, ‘Deserving Austrians First: The Impact of the Radical Right on the Austrian Welfare State New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 43
  • Sychenko E and Sidorov V, ‘New Nationalism in Russia: The Policy of a Mighty State in the Field of Labor New Nationalism and Labor Law’ 42 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 137
     

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

  • ‘CGIR Review Issue 2022’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 138
  • ‘CGIR Special Issues’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 136
  • ‘Female representation on boards and corporate ethical behavior in Latin American companies’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 80
  • ‘Global Social Movements and the Governance of the Firm’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 130
  • ‘Issue Information’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 1
  • ‘Meta‐analyses on Contemporary Corporate Governance’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 120
  • ‘The Role of Institutional Investors in International Corporate Governance: Contemporary Paradigms and Perspectives’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 124
  • Bhagat S and Hubbard G, ‘Rule of law and purpose of the corporation’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 10
  • Bonini S and Lagasio V, ‘Board meetings dynamics and information diffusion’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 96
  • Choi D and others, ‘R&D investment decisions in business groups: Evidence from a natural experiment’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 55
  • Guedhami O and others, ‘Challenges for corporate governance at the national and firm levels’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 2
  • Meoli M, Rossi A and Vismara S, ‘Financial literacy and security‐based crowdfunding’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 27
Duke Law Journal Ethics: an international journal of social, political, and legal philosophy European Business Organization Law Review
European Journal of Law and Economics Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal Geopolitics
Georgetown Journal of International Law Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics Harvard Law Review
Hong Kong Law Journal 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 the Legal Profession International Journal of Transitional Justice

Duke Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Brown EL, ‘A PROHIBITION ON PURELY LOCAL PURPOSES: THE "GENERAL WELFARE" LIMITATION OF CONGRESS'S SPENDING POWER’ [Duke University, School of Law] 71 Duke Law Journal 1105
  • Kerr OS, ‘KATZ AS ORIGINALISM’ [Duke University, School of Law] 71 Duke Law Journal 1047
  • Ruoyun GAO, ‘WHY THE PURCELL PRINCIPLE SHOULD BE ABOLISHED’ [Duke University, School of Law] 71 Duke Law Journal 1139
  • Tovino SA, ‘NOT SO PRIVATE’ [Duke University, School of Law] 71 Duke Law Journal 985


Georgetown Journal of International Law (click to view more)

  • Banks K, ‘Fit for Purpose? The Extent and Enforcement of International Trade Agreement Labor Obligations after the Guatemala - Labor Obligations Decisions’ 52 Georgetown Journal of International Law 639
  • Deepak G, ‘Brexit - The Legal Intricacies in Rolling over EU PTAS’ 52 Georgetown Journal of International Law 679
  • Fandl KJ, ‘Is China's Rise the WTO's Demise?’ 52 Georgetown Journal of International Law 575
  • Floyd S, ‘Fishing for Answers: Illegal Fishing, Depleted Stocks, and the Need for WTO Fishing Disciplines Notes’ 52 Georgetown Journal of International Law 797
  • Gladysz J, ‘The National Security Exception in WTO Law: Emerging Jurisprudence and Future Direction Notes’ 52 Georgetown Journal of International Law 835
  • Kreier J, ‘The Year in International Trade Law: Challenges and Reform Foreword’ 52 Georgetown Journal of International Law 571
  • Poon J, ‘Beyond State Freedom and International Discipline? Questioning the Place of International Investment Law in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings’ 52 Georgetown Journal of International Law 735


Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics (click to view more)

  • ‘Professor Deborah L. Rhode In Memoriam’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1406
  • Bittar L, ‘Are You Qualified? A Process to Certify Labor Arbitrators as Qualified Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 731
  • Brett LA, ‘Prosecutorial Discretion during a Pandemic: Implications for the Criminal Justice System and the Rule of Law Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 747
  • Butel A, ‘Voting on the Spectrum: How Judges & Lawyers Can Encourage Enfranchisement & Accessibility for Voters with Autism Spectrum Disorder Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 765
  • Calabresi A, ‘Machine Lawyering and Artificial Attorneys: Conflicts in Legal Ethics with Complex Computer Algorithms Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 789
  • Chemtob J, ‘Foul Blows: Using the Ethical Standard to Prevent Low-Level Brady Violations from Slipping through the Cracks Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 807
  • Choi E, ‘The Pandemic of Intrusion into Privileged Communications between Incarcerated Clients and Their Attorneys Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 831
  • Church MC, ‘The Ethics of Addiction and Legal Partnership Agreements: How Current Partnership Laws and the Rules of Professional Conduct Fail to Account for the Epidemic of Addiction in the Legal Profession Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 843
  • Colby A, ‘A Path to More Sustainable Corporations in the United States Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 861
  • Corcoran CM, ‘Gig Lawyers in the U.S. Economy: Realizing the Potential of Platform Markets and Bolstering Ethical Duties to Affect Change and Innovation Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 883
  • Creighton C, ‘Bad Vice, Bad Advice: A Call to End Government Lawyers' Abdication of Their Ethical Duty as Counselors Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 895
  • Davis S, ‘The Statutory Monopoly for Public Performances of Musical Works: A Comprehensive Solution to the Consequences of Fractional Licensing Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 909
  • Demree JJ, ‘Choice of Law in International Human Rights Fact-Finding Missions Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 927
  • Exarhakis C, ‘Non-Legal Advice: How Attorneys Counsel Clients on Investors' ESG Demands Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 957
  • Giberson R, ‘Eroding Voting Rights as a Threat to Judicial Independence and Impartiality Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 977
  • Hannah RJ, ‘Betwixt and between: A Tax Lawyer's Dual Responsibility Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 991
  • Harriman KH, ‘Regulating Restorative Justice: What Arbitration Teaches Us about Regulating the Restorative Process in Criminal Courts Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1005
  • Hobbis K, ‘Zoom School of Law? Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1025
  • Honey D, ‘A Patch with the Dev-il: How the Development of Autonomous Vehicle Software Will Challenge Attorney-Client Privilege Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1043
  • Jenican J, ‘The Roger Stone Affair: An Examination of the Legal, Normative, and Ethical Restraints on Presidential Interference in Prosecutorial Decisions Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1057
  • Karnezis CM, ‘When Judicial Deference Erodes Liberty: The Shortcomings of Stinson v. United States and its Implication on Judicial Ethics Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1073
  • Kowalik R, ‘Serving at the Pleasure of the President: Justice Fortas's Failings as a Judge and the Continued Need for a Supreme Court Code of Ethics Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1095
  • Lee A, ‘Defense Attorneys at a Dead End: Representing Stateless Terrorist Clients Detained Indefinitely Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1113
  • Lipnicky M, ‘The English Roots of American Legal Regulation: An Examination of Early Legal Regulation in Virginia, Massachusetts, and New York Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1131
  • Neufeld CA, ‘Limits on International Environmental Violations: How Antitrust Law May Be a Blueprint for Future Claims of Foreign Environmental Violations Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1151
  • Ortiz NC, ‘The Justice Gap: Confronting Complicity in the Legal Profession to Better Reimagine Reform Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1167
  • Patel NK, ‘Bioethical Considerations of Right to Try and What It Means for the Patient-Physician Relationship Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1189
  • Phillips B, ‘Glory - Old, New, and Changing: What Nationalism and the American Flag Can Teach Lawyers about Citizenship and Justice Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1203
  • Prapaislip J, ‘Diversifying the Federal Judiciary and Why It Matters Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1221
  • Raphael A, ‘Arbitrating "Just Cause" for Employee Discipline and Discharge in the Era of COVID-19 Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1237
  • Robbins K, ‘Ethical Issues in Employment Arbitration Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1261
  • Roth H, ‘Opportunity Zones: Whose Opportunity? Remedying Failed Federal Policy via State Pro Bono Policy Toolkits Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1285
  • Saltz K, ‘Thinking outside of the Box: Ethical Implications of the Unforeseen Backfire of Ban the Box Policies Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1301
  • Sherwood M, ‘The Missing Link: Prosecutors Contribute to the Carceral System and Why They Must Be Included in the Abolition Movement Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1315
  • Sprick M, ‘Changing the Discretionary Nature of Appointing an Expressed Wishes Child's Attorney in D.C. Child Welfare Cases Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1337
  • Tsai K, ‘Regulation of Data Localization and How the Legal Profession Can Play a Role Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1355
  • Zheng Z, ‘The Paper Chase: Fee-Splitting vs. Independent Judgment in Portfolio Litigation Financing of Commercial Litigation Current Developments 2020-2021’ 34 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1383


Harvard Law Review (click to view more)

  • ‘CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — FOURTH AMENDMENT — FOURTH CIRCUIT HOLDS WARRANTLESS ACCESS OF AERIAL SURVEILLANCE DATA UNCONSTITUTIONAL. — Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle v. Baltimore Police Department, 2 F.4th 330 (4th Cir. 2021)’ 135 Harvard Law Review 920
  • ‘CRIMINAL LAW — MONEY BAIL — CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT HOLDS DETENTION SOLELY BECAUSE OF INABILITY TO PAY BAIL UNCONSTITUTIONAL. — In re Humphrey, 482 P.3d 1008 (Cal. 2021)’ 135 Harvard Law Review 912
  • ‘CRIMINAL PROCEDURE — FOURTH AMENDMENT — SEVENTH CIRCUIT HOLDS LONG-TERM, WARRANTLESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE IS NOT AN ILLEGAL SEARCH. — United States v. Tuggle, 4 F.4th 505 (7th Cir. 2021)’ 135 Harvard Law Review 928
  • ‘NOTE: TEXTUALISM’S MISTAKE’ 135 Harvard Law Review 890
  • Berman MN, ‘KEEPING OUR DISTINCTIONS STRAIGHT: A RESPONSE TO ORIGINALISM: STANDARD AND PROCEDURE’ 135 Harvard Law Review 133
  • Eisenberg AM, ‘POWER AND POWERLESSNESS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR SWAN’ 135 Harvard Law Review 173
  • Oldham AS, ‘ON INKBLOTS AND TRUFFLES’ 135 Harvard Law Review 154
  • Sachs SE, ‘ORIGINALISM: STANDARD AND PROCEDURE’ 135 Harvard Law Review 777
  • Swan SL, ‘CONSTITUTIONAL OFF-LOADING AT THE CITY LIMITS’ 135 Harvard Law Review 831


Hong Kong Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Gummow HW, ‘LORD MILLETT IN HONG KONG’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 845
  • Haifan Y and Ling Z, ‘REASSESSING WARRANTY IN THE A/IARINE INSURANCE CONTRACT UNDER CHINESE LAW’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1107
  • Ho L, ‘ASSESSING CAPACITY FOR LIFETIME AND TESTAMENTARY DISPOSITIONS’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 853
  • Li Y and Min Y, ‘THE CONCEPTUAL BARRIER TO COMPARATIVE STUDY AND INTERNATIONAL HARMONISATION OF DATA PROTECTION LAW’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 917
  • MacCormack G, ‘~ING JUDICIAL REASONING AT THE APPELLATE LEVEL (PART II)’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1183
  • Marson J, Dickinson J and Ferns K, ‘REGULATING CONNECTED AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES THROUGH A LENS OF INCLUSIVITY’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 983
  • Petersen CJ, ‘CHAMPIONING CONSTITUTIONALISM IN DIFFICULT TIMES: THE ENDURING ~ORKS OF PROFESSOR ALBERT HY CHEN’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1217
  • Ran G, ‘CHINA'S COOPERATIVE PROTECTION OF UNDERWATER CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1075
  • Richards J, ‘DISCRIMINATION AGAINST DEFENDANTS WITH DISABILITIES IN THE HONG KONG CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: UNFITNESS TO PLEAD RuLES, THE INSANITY-DEFENCE AND DISPOSITION ORDERS’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 875
  • Ruoqi L, ‘GUANXI IN THE CHINESE NON-PROFIT SECTOR AND ITS INTERACTION WITH THE NEWLY REFORMED CHINESE LEGAL SYSTEM’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1155
  • Shiling X, ‘CHINESE SPECIAL CONFISCATION PROCEDURE: RULES, IMPLEMENTATION AND PROBLEMS’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1041
  • ‘Proportionality in Asia’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1211
  • Yanhong Y, ‘THE SURRENDER OF FUGITIVE OFFENDERS BETWEEN MAINLAND CHINA, HONG KONG, AND MACAU: RELEVANCE OF THE POLITICAL OFFENCE EXCEPTION?’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 951
  • Yeon T and Wan TTW, ‘INTERPRETING PROVISIONS OUSTING THE COURTS' SUPERVISORY JURISDICTION OVER ELECTION CANDIDACY DECISIONS’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 829
  • Yuqing F and Qing X, ‘THE EVOLUTION OF GUANXI DYNAMICS IN THE CHINESE LEGAL SYSTEM: A PERSPECTIVE OF CAREER NIOBILITY’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1131
  • Zheng T and Zhengxin H, ‘COVID-19 LITIGATION AND CHINA'S SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY’ 51 Hong Kong Law Journal 1013


Human Rights Law Review (click to view more)

  • Arabadjieva K, ‘Worker Empowerment, Collective Labour Rights and Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Cliquennois G, Snacken S and Smit DvZ, ‘European Human Rights System and the Right to Life Seen through Suicide Prevention in Places of Detention: Between Risk Management and Punishment’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Costello RÁ, ‘Genetic Data and the Right to Privacy: Towards a Relational Theory of Privacy?’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Danisi C and Ferreira N, ‘Legal Violence and (In)Visible Families: How Law Shapes and Erases Family Life in SOGI Asylum in Europe’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Farrell M, ‘Marks of Civilisation: The Special Stigma of Torture’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Keller H, Heri C and Piskóty R, ‘Something Ventured, Nothing Gained?—Remedies before the ECtHR and Their Potential for Climate Change Cases’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Lines R, Hannah J and Girelli G, ‘'Treatment in Liberty' Human Rights and Compulsory Detention for Drug Use’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Papadopoulos NA, ‘Revisiting the Preamble of the European Social Charter: Paper Tiger or Blessing in Disguise?’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Sacher S, ‘Risking Children: The Implications of Predictive Risk Analytics Across Child Protection and Policing for Vulnerable and Marginalized Children’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
  • Vogiatzis N, ‘Interpreting the Right to Interpretation under Article 6(3)(e) ECHR: A Cautious Evolution in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights?’ 22 Human Rights Law Review 1
     
Journal of Common Market Studies Journal of Competition Law and Economics Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy Journal of International Criminal Justice Journal of International Economic Law
Journal of Political Philosophy Journal of Private International Law Journal of World Investment and Trade
Journal of World Trade Juristenzeitung Justice Quarterly
Law and Contemporary Problems Law and Critique: journal of critical legal studies Law and Human Behavior
Law and Philosophy: an international journal for jurisprudence and legal philosophy Law and Social Inquiry Law and Society Review
Law, Culture and the Humanities Legal Information Management Legal Issues of Economic Integration
Leiden Journal of International Law  

 

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

  • Botta M, ‘Nondiscrimination in Standard Essential Patents; ND Prong V. Art. 102(C) TFEU’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 947
  • Economides N and Lianos I, ‘Restrictions On Privacy and Exploitation In The Digital Economy: A Market Failure Perspective’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 765
  • Inderst R and Thomas S, ‘Reflective Willingness to Pay: Preferences for Sustainable Consumption in a Consumer Welfare Analysis’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 848
  • Katznelson RD and Howells J, ‘Exclusive Rights Stimulate Design Around: How Circumventing Edison's Lamp Patent Promoted Competition and New Technology Development’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 1007
  • Pinha LC and Braga MJ, ‘Leniency and Damage Liability for Cartel Members in Brazil’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 877
  • Stavroulaki T, ‘Equality of Opportunity and Antitrust: The Curious Case of College Rankings’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 903
  • Sterzi V, ‘Patent Assertion Entities and Patent Ownership Transparency: Strategic Recording of Patent Transactions at the Uspto’ 17 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 978


Journal of Private International Law (click to view more)

  • ‘Virtual Conference on Conflicts of Jurisdiction on 23 to 24 June 2022 and postponement of the biennial Journal of Private International Law Conference until 2023’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 619
  • Chan D and Teo JY, ‘Re-formulating the test for ascertaining the proper law of an arbitration agreement: a comparative common law analysis’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 439
  • Ciaptacz J, ‘Actio pauliana under the Brussels Ia Regulation – a challenge for principles, objectives and policies of EU private international law’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 497
  • Dawwas A, ‘Dépeçage of contract in choice of law: Hague Principles and Arab laws compared’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 473
  • O'Callaghan E, ‘Return travel and Covid-19 as a grave risk of harm in Hague Child Abduction Convention cases’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 587
  • Ojiegbe CP, ‘The overview of private international law in Nigeria’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 601
  • Ostendorf P, ‘The choice of foreign law in (predominantly) domestic contracts and the controversial quest for a genuine international element: potential for future judicial conflicts between the UK and the EU?’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 421
  • Pawliczak J, ‘Reformed Polish court proceedings for the return of a child under the 1980 Hague Convention in the light of the Brussels IIb Regulation’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 560
  • Stratton H, ‘Against renvoi in commercial law’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 524
  • Ungerer J, ‘Explicit legislative characterisation of overriding mandatory provisions in EU Directives: Seeking for but struggling to achieve legal certainty’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 399
  • Zhao Y, ‘The Singapore mediation convention: A version of the New York convention for mediation?’ 17 Journal of Private International Law 538
     

Law and Contemporary Problems (click to view more)

  • Alter KJ and Madsen MR, ‘BEYOND BACKLASH: THE CONSEQUENCES OF ADJUDICATING MEGA-POLITICS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 219
  • ‘FOREWORD THE INTERNATIONAL ADJUDICATION OF MEGA-POLITICS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems i
  • ‘THE INTERNATIONAL ADJUDICATION OF MEGA-POLITICS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 1
  • Caserta S and Cebulak P, ‘TERRITORIAL DISPUTES BY PROXY: THE INDIRECT INVOLVEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL COURTS IN THE MEGA-POLITICS OF TERRITORY’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 123
  • Fabri HR and Stoppioni E, ‘JUS COGENS BEFORE INTERNATIONAL COURTS: THE MEGA-POLITICAL SIDE OF THE STORY’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 153
  • Gathii JT and Akinkugbe OD, ‘JUDICIALIZATION OF ELECTION DISPUTES IN AFRICA'S INTERNATIONAL COURTS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 181
  • Helfer LR and Ryan C, ‘LGBT RIGHTS AS MEGA-POLITICS: LITIGATING BEFORE THE ECTHR’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 59
  • Martinsen DS and Blauberger M, ‘THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE MEGAPOLITICS OF POSTED WORKERS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 29
  • Steininger S and Deitelhoff N, ‘AGAINST THE MASTERS OF WAR: THE OVERLOOKED FUNCTIONS OF CONFLICT LITIGATION BY INTERNATIONAL COURTS’ 84 Law & Contemporary Problems 95


Law and Philosophy: an international journal for jurisprudence and legal philosophy (click to view more)

  • Dougherty T and Frick J, ‘Morality and Institutional Detail in the Law of Torts: Reflections on Goldberg's and Zipursky's Recognizing Wrongs’ 41 Law & Philosophy 1
  • Goldberg JCP and Zipursky BC, ‘Replies to Commentators’ 41 Law & Philosophy 127
  • Kelly EI, ‘Redress and Reparations for Injurious Wrongs’ 41 Law & Philosophy 105
  • Rodriguez-Blanco V, ‘The Law of Negligence, Blameworthy Action and the Relationality Thesis: A Dilemma for Goldberg and Zipursky's Civil Recourse Theory of Tort Law’ 41 Law & Philosophy 63
  • Smith SA, ‘Are Tort Remedies 'Civil Recourse'?’ 41 Law & Philosophy 83
  • Stone R, ‘The Circumstances of Civil Recourse’ 41 Law & Philosophy 39
     
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Michigan Law Review (click to view more)

  • Richert A, ‘FAILED INTERVENTIONS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, HUMAN TRAFFICKING, AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF SURVIVAL’ 120 Michigan Law Review 315
  • Simone B, ‘MUNICIPAL REPARATIONS: CONSIDERATIONS AND CONSTITUTIONALITY’ 120 Michigan Law Review 345
  • Smith Jr FO, ‘ON TIME, (IN)EQUALITY, AND DEATH’ 120 Michigan Law Review 195
  • Tokson M and Waldman AE, ‘SOCIAL NORMS IN FOURTH AMENDMENT LAW’ 120 Michigan Law Review 265


Minnesota Law Review 
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  • 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


Notre Dame Law Review 
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  • Arlyck K, ‘DELEGATION, ADMINISTRATION, AND IMPROVISATION’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 243
  • Bartholomew M, ‘COPYRIGHT AND THE CREATIVE PROCESS’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 357
  • Berman MN and Krishnamurthi G, ‘BOSTOCK WAS BOGUS: TEXTUALISM, PLURALISM, AND TITLE VII’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 67
  • Coyle JF and Effron RJ, ‘FORUM SELECTION CLAUSES, NON-SIGNATORIES, AND PERSONAL JURISDICTION’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 187
  • Doering KE, ‘LAW IS IN THE BIN: NEW FRONTIERS IN CONCEPTUAL ART AND LEGAL LIABILITY’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 441
  • Fowler LR, Hawkins J and Roberts JL, ‘UNCERTAIN TERMS’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 1
  • Gulati NA, ‘IT'S A TRAP: A NEW ECONOMIC MODEL ADDRESSING AMERICAN PUBLIC EDUCATION’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 481
  • Skinner CP, ‘CANCELLING CAPITALISM?’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 417
  • Stack KM and Vandenbergh MP, ‘OVERSIGHT RIDERS’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 127
  • Volokh E, ‘THE DUTY NOT TO CONTINUE DISTRIBUTING YOUR OWN LIBELS’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 315
  • ‘LIBEL BY OMISSION OF EXCULPATORY LEGAL DECISIONS’ 97 Notre Dame Law Review 351


Ottawa Law Review 
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  • Hastie B and Farrant A, ‘What Meaning in a Right to Strike? MedReleaf and the Future of the Agricultural Employees Protection Act’ 53 Ottawa Law Review 1
  • Kennedy GJ, ‘Wither the Divisional Court? Looking at the Past, Analyzing the Present, and Querying the Future of Ontario's Intermediary Appellate Court’ 53 Ottawa Law Review 93
  • Maharaj K, ‘Callow in More Ways Than One: The Supreme Court Causes More Confusion in Contract’ 53 Ottawa Law Review 71
  • Pal M, ‘A Pandemic Federal Election: Democracy Under Conditions of Emergency’ 53 Ottawa Law Review 35
  • Wiener J, ‘Deceptive Design and Ongoing Consent in Privacy Law’ 53 Ottawa Law Review 133
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Southern Methodist University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Collins JM, TRIBUTE TO PROFESSOR JEFF GABA (2021)
  • Bishop C, ‘JEFF GABA TRIBUTE’ 74 SMU Law Review 603
  • Chander A and others, ‘ACHIEVING PRIVACY’ 74 SMU Law Review 607
  • Corry M, ‘KISOR’S CHAOS: CONFLICTING MEANINGS OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT’S “APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS” IN THE FIFTH AND TENTH CIRCUITS’ 74 SMU Law Review 749
  • Couch B, ‘THE CONSTITUTIONAL BASIS FOR INMATE GENDER CONFIRMATION SURGERY’ 74 SMU Law Review 783
  • Forrester Rogers JP, ‘A HEARTFELT TRIBUTE TO JEFF GABA’ 74 SMU Law Review 597
  • Guida JF, ‘A TRIBUTE TO PROFESSOR JEFF GABA’ 74 SMU Law Review 599
  • Inniss LB and Arbuckle S, ‘SLAVERY AND THE POSTBELLUM UNIVERSITY: THE CASE OF SMU’ 74 SMU Law Review 723
  • Lewis MS, ‘HOW ANALOGIZING SOCIO-LEGAL RESPONSES TO ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION CAN FURTHER THE LEGALIZATION OF REPRODUCTIVE GENETIC INNOVATION’ 74 SMU Law Review 665
  • Luke H, ‘HOWDY, PARTNER: CHALLENGES WITH STATE TAKEOVERS AND CHARTER PARTNERSHIPS IN TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICTS’ 74 SMU Law Review 815
  • Maldonado K, ‘HOLD MY BEER, HOLD MY PRICE: STATE POST-AND-HOLD REGULATORY SCHEMES CONSTITUTE PRICE FIXING PREEMPTED BY FEDERAL ANTITRUST LAW’ 74 SMU Law Review 841
  • Tauscher M, ‘A SOLUTION TO THE MURKINESS OF NONPARENT VISITATION RIGHTS IN TEXAS’ 74 SMU Law Review 873


Tax Law Review 
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  • Benshalom I, ‘Recalibrating Moral Feasibility Boundaries of Taxation’ 74 Tax Law Review 211
  • Oh JS and Zolt EM, ‘Wealth Tax Design: Lessons from Estate Tax Avoidance’ 74 Tax Law Review 175
  • Satterthwaite EA, ‘Tax Signaling’ 74 Tax Law Review 259


University of Chicago Law Review 
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  • Avraham R and Hubbard WHJ, ‘Civil Procedure as the Regulation of Externalities: Toward a New Theory of Civil Litigation’ 89 University of Chicago Law Review 1
  • Milligan J, ‘Remembering: The Constitution and Federally Funded Apartheid’ 89 University of Chicago Law Review 65
  • Reger Z, ‘The Power of Attorneys: Addressing the Equal Protection Challenge to Merit-Based Judicial Selection’ 89 University of Chicago Law Review 253
  • Zambrano DA, ‘Foreign Dictators in U.S. Court’ 89 University of Chicago Law Review 157


Virginia Law Review 
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  • 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


Washington Law Review 
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  • Carstens A-M, ‘COPYRIGHT'S DEPRIVATIONS’ 96 Washington Law Review 1275
  • Dick DL, ‘HOSTILE RESTRUCTURINGS’ 96 Washington Law Review 1333
  • Iannarone NG, ‘STRUCTURAL BARRIERS TO INCLUSION IN ARBITRATOR POOLS’ 96 Washington Law Review 1389
  • Pardue BT, ‘YOU ARE NOT A COMMODITY: A MORE EFFICIENT APPROACH TO COMMERCIAL PRIVACY RIGHTS’ 96 Washington Law Review 1567
  • Parker E, ‘DUE PROCESS IN PRISON DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS: HOW THE "SOME EVIDENCE" STANDARD OF PROOF VIOLATES THE CONSTITUTION’ 96 Washington Law Review 1613
  • Reyes CL, ‘AUTONOMOUS CORPORATE PERSONHOOD’ 96 Washington Law Review 1453
  • Sassman WG, ‘COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT IN DECARBONIZATION: NEPA'S ROLE’ 96 Washington Law Review 1511


Wisconsin International Law Journal 
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  • Ashe BE, ‘QUELLING THE URGE TO GO ABROAD "IN SEARCH OF MONSTERS TO DESTROY": REVISING THE NEUTRALITY ACT OF 1794 TO MEET THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY CHALLENGE OF PRIVATIZED WARFARE’ 39 Wisconsin International Law Journal 144
  • Dongsheng Z, ‘REVOLT AGAINST THE U.S. HEGEMONY: JUDICIAL DIVERGENCE IN CYBERSPACE’ 39 Wisconsin International Law Journal 1
  • Grama BEN, ‘COMPANY-ADMINISTERED GRIEVANCE PROCESSES FOR EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS: A MEANS FOR EFFECTIVE REMEDY, COMMUNITY RELATIONS, OR PRIVATE POWER?’ 39 Wisconsin International Law Journal 71
  • Jones N, ‘SANCTIONING THE ICC: IS THIS THE RIGHT MOVE FOR THE UNITED STATES?’ 39 Wisconsin International Law Journal 175
  • Lisowski OLA, ‘INTERNATIONAL FOOD REGULATIONS AND THEIR UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES: WHY THE EU'S FARM TO FORK STRATEGY WOULD HURT EUROPEANS’ 39 Wisconsin International Law Journal 205