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Selected Law Journals: Table of Contents

August 2022

African Journal of International and Comparative Law American Journal of International Law Arbitration International
Archiv des Oeffentlichen Rechts Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law Asia Pacific Journal of Taxation
Asia Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law Asian International Arbitration Journal Asian Journal of Comparative Law
Asia-Pacific Tax Bulletin Ateneo Law Journal Australian Journal of Human Rights
Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform Behavioral Sciences and the Law
Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice British Journal of Criminology

American Journal of International Law (click to view more)

  • International Institutions Mobilize to Impose Accountability on Russia and Individual Perpetrators of War Crimes and Other Abuses’ 116 American Journal of International Law 631
  • Russia Invades Ukraine’ 116 American Journal of International Law 593
  • Russian Invasion of Ukraine Draws Widespread—but Not Universal—Condemnation’ 116 American Journal of International Law 605
  • United States and Allies Provide Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine and Its Citizens’ 116 American Journal of International Law 642
  • The United States and Allies Provide Military and Intelligence Support to Ukraine’ 116 American Journal of International Law 646
  • United States and Allies Target Russia and Belarus with Sanctions and Other Economic Measures’ 116 American Journal of International Law 614
  • Aboueldahab N, ‘International Law and Transitional Governance. Critical Perspectives’ 116 American Journal of International Law 674
  • Banfield R and True J, ‘The Grip of Sexual Violence in Conflict: Feminist Interventions in International Law’ 116 American Journal of International Law 668
  • Jia BB, ‘Reflections on Chinese Scholarship and Perspectives Regarding International Law’ 116 American Journal of International Law 653
  • King AS and Bookman PK, ‘Traveling Judges’ 116 American Journal of International Law 477
  • Kiyani AG, ‘Refugee Law after 9/11: Sanctuary and Security in Canada and the United States’ 116 American Journal of International Law 677
  • Nugraha IY, Regules JM and Vrancken M, ‘Vavřička and Others V. The Czech Republic’ 116 American Journal of International Law 579
  • Pauwelyn J and Pelc K, ‘Who Guards the "Guardians of the System"? The Role of the Secretariat in Wto Dispute Settlement’ 116 American Journal of International Law 534
  • Stewart DP, ‘The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law’ 116 American Journal of International Law 664
  • Vidigal G, ‘Regional Trade Adjudication and the Rise of Sustainability Disputes: Korea—Labor Commitments and Ukraine—Wood Export Bans’ 116 American Journal of International Law 567
  • Zalnieriute M, ‘Big Brother Watch and Others V. The United Kingdom’ 116 American Journal of International Law 585

Arbitration International (click to view more)

  • Blair W and others, ‘Arbitrating Financial Disputes—Are They Different and What Lies Ahead?’ 38 Arbitration International 3
  • Lazem A and Bantekas I, ‘Treatment of Tax as Expropriation in International Investor–State Arbitration’ 38 Arbitration International 85
  • Nordlund F, ‘Determining the Applicable Law to the Arbitration Agreement in the Absence of a Choice of Law Clause under Hong Kong Law: A Call for Renewed Internationalism’ 38 Arbitration International 43
  • Park R, ‘Personal Editorial’ 38 Arbitration International 1
  • Polanco R, ‘Function of Equity in International Law, by Catharine Titi’ 38 Arbitration International 131
  • Schroeder H-P and Junge W, ‘Tribunal Secretaries Re-Examined—Comparative Legal Framework, Best Practices, and Terms of Appointment’ 38 Arbitration International 21
  • Trinel PE, ‘Counterclaims and Legitimacy in Investment Treaty Arbitration’ 38 Arbitration International 59

Behavioral Sciences and the Law (click to view more)

  • Bailey RK, Barker CH and Grover A, ‘Confluence of Law Enforcement, Mental Health, and Race’ 40 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 532
  • Chu LWp, Lau RWm and Mak IWF, ‘Evidence‐Based Lifestyle Medicine Interventions to Enhance the Mental Health of Law Enforcers in Hong Kong: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial’ 40 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 540
  • Guina J, Dornfeld B and Pinals DA, ‘A 20‐Year Follow‐up Survey of Police Officers' Experience with Tarasoff Warnings: How Law Enforcement Reacts to Clinicians' Duty to Protect’ 40 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 505
  • Sturges HA and others, ‘Civil Juror Compensation and Judgments of Police Use of Force at the Intersection of Race and Mental Illness’ 40 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 514

 

Cambridge Law Journal Canadian Business Law Journal  Canadian Journal of Law and Society
Child and Family Law Quarterly Columbia Journal of Environmental Law Common Market Law Review
Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy Cornell Law Review Corporate Governance (Oxford): an international review
Crime and Delinquency Criminal Justice and Behavior Ethics: an international journal of social, political, and legal philosophy
European Business Organization Law Review European Competition Journal European Journal of International law
European Journal of Law and Economics

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

  • Bédard-Rubin J-C and Rubin T, ‘The Elusive Quest for French on the Bench: Bilingualism Scores for Canadian Supreme Court Justices, 1985–2013’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 249
  • Berger Richardson S, ‘Responding to Regulatory Barriers to "Ethical Meat": Are on-Farm Slaughter Exemptions the Solution?’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 295
  • Bouzid M, ‘Pouvoir Normatif Et Crise Sanitaire ð La Lumière Du Droit Tunisien. (French)’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 229
  • DesBaillets D and Hamill SE, ‘Coming in from the Cold: Canada's National Housing Strategy, Homelessness, and the Right to Housing in a Transnational Perspective’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 273
  • Klee E, ‘Qu'est-Ce Que Le Crime Environnemental ?’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 343
  • Lemke M, ‘Complaint!’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 341
  • McClelland A and Bruckert C, ‘Ethics and Confidentiality: Reflections and Lessons Learned Post- Parent and Bruckert V R and Magnotta’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 187
  • Murphy M, ‘The Attorney General, Politics, and the Public Interest: Contributions to an Evolving Constitutional Convention’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 209
  • Ogasawara M, ‘Legalizing Illegal Mass Surveillance: A Transnational Perspective on Canada's Legislative Response to the Expansion of Security Intelligence’ 37 Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe (Cambridge University Press) 317


Columbia Journal of Environmental Law (click to view more)

  • Caulkins L, ‘Fusing Electricity and Carbon Markets in the American West Can Organized Electricity Markets Bolster Cap-and-Trade?’ 47 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 564
  • Kotzmann J and Stonebridge M, ‘Preventing Another Pandemic: How Changing the Legal Paradigm Governing Intensive Animal Agriculture Will Reduce the Risk of Future Zoonoses’ 47 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 458
  • Novak G, ‘Reading the Waves: Continuity and Change in Ocean Lawmaking’ 47 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 359
  • Saeed S, ‘Squashing the Beef: Why American Animal Rights Advocates Should Start Liking Jewish and Islamic Law’ 47 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 521


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

  • Chabus ZT, ‘Do Something Already: Why Congress Should Resolve How the Border Search Doctrine Applies to Digital Devices’ 31 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 199
  • Kohl R, ‘Reconsidering "Able and Available": Using the Ada to Combat Disability Discrimination Due to Outdated State Unemployment Laws’ 31 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 1
  • Law A, ‘The "Legal Black Hol9e": Cfius and the Implications of Trump's Executive Order against Tiktok’ 31 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 217
  • Masse C and others, ‘The Turbulent History of Cannabis Regulatory Enforcement in Washington State’ 31 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 121
  • Panezi A, ‘A Public Service Role for Digital Libraries: A Case of Emergency Electronic Access to Library Material and the Unequal Battle against Misinformation through Copyright Law Reform’ 31 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 65

Cornell Law Review (click to view more)

  • Abel J, ‘Cop Tracing’ 107 Cornell Law Review 927
  • Home E, ‘Eating High on the Humanely Raised Hog: State Bans on Selling Food Produced Using Cruel Animal Farming Methods Do Not Violate the Dormant Commerce Clause’ 107 Cornell Law Review 1137
  • Mills MG, ‘Insanity Step Zero: A Modern Application of M'naghtens Question Four Test’ 107 Cornell Law Review 1173
  • Ross Ii BL and Spencen DM, ‘Voter Data, Democratic Inequality, and the Risk of Political Violence’ 107 Cornell Law Review 1011
  • Rothschild Z, ‘Free Exercise Partisanship’ 107 Cornell Law Review 1067


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

  • Corporate Governance and the Use of External Assurance for Integrated Reports’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 584
  • Global Social Movements and the Governance of the Firm’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 628
  • Issue Information’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 515
  • Askarzadeh F and others, ‘The Effect of Female Board Representation on the Level of Ownership in Foreign Acquisitions’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 608
  • Chen X, Torsin W and Tsang A, ‘International Differences in the Ceo Gender Pay Gap’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 516
  • Lauterbach B and Yosef R, ‘Corporate Governance Progress and the Pay Premium of Owner Ceos: Evidence from Israel’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 542
  • Le AT and Tran TP, ‘Corporate Governance and Labor Investment Efficiency: International Evidence from Board Reforms’ 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 555


European Competition Journal (click to view more)

  • Banasiński C and Rojszczak M, ‘The Role of Competition Authorities in Protecting Freedom of Speech: The Pkn Orlen/Polska Press Case’ 18 European Competition Journal 424
  • Geradin D and Katsifis D, ‘Strengthening Effective Antitrust Enforcement in Digital Platform Markets’ 18 European Competition Journal 356
  • Hutchinson CS, ‘Curbing Big Tech's Iot Dominance’ 18 European Competition Journal 265
  • Jansen P, Beeston SJ and Van Acker L, ‘The Sustainability Guidelines of the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets: An Impetus for a Modern Eu Approach to Sustainability and Competition Policy Reflecting the Principle That the Polluter Pays?’ 18 European Competition Journal 287
  • Latham O and Tzanetaki C, ‘R You Being Foreclosed?’ 18 European Competition Journal 328
  • März O, ‘Estimating Cartel Damages Using Machine Learning’ 18 European Competition Journal 406
  • Pera A, ‘Fairness, Competition on the Merits and Article 102’ 18 European Competition Journal 229
  • Tsay W-J and Hu W-M, ‘Merger Simulation Based on Survey–Generated Diversion Ratios’ 18 European Competition Journal 249


European Journal of International law (click to view more)

  • Anti-Suffragists’ 33 European Journal of International Law 333
  • Corrigendum: Unreliable Protection: An Experimental Study of Experts' in Bello Proportionality Decisions’ 33 European Journal of International Law 331
  • On My Way out – Advice to Young Scholars Vii: Taking Exams Seriously (Part 1); Vital Statistics; in This Issue; in This Issue – Reviews’ 33 European Journal of International Law 3
  • Roaming Charges: Blue Sky Thinking’ 33 European Journal of International Law 271
  • Aaken Av and others, ‘Introduction: International Law and Inequalities’ 33 European Journal of International Law 11
  • Alessandrini D, ‘Not So 'New Dawn' for International Economic Law and Development: Towards a Social Reproduction Approach to Gvcs’ 33 European Journal of International Law 131
  • Bahri A and Boklan D, ‘Not Just Sea Turtles, Let's Protect Women Too: Invoking Public Morality Exception or Negotiating a New Gender Exception in Trade Agreements?’ 33 European Journal of International Law 237
  • Beckett J, ‘Jason Beckett, Review of Vijayashri Sripati, Constitution-Making under Un Auspices: Fostering Dependency in Sovereign Lands’ 33 European Journal of International Law 297
  • Gradoni L and Pasquet L, ‘Voice under Domination: Notes on the Making and Significance of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants’ 33 European Journal of International Law 39
  • Hoekman B, ‘On Trade Agreements and a Social Reproduction Approach to Gvcs: A Reply to Donatella Alessandrini’ 33 European Journal of International Law 163
  • Horst J, ‘Inequality, Law and Distribution in Transnational Financial Markets’ 33 European Journal of International Law 97
  • John TS, ‘Taylor St John, Review of Nicolás Perrone, Investment Treaties and the Legal Imagination: How Foreign Investors Play by Their Own Rules’ 33 European Journal of International Law 304
  • Kammerhofer J, ‘Jörg Kammerhofer, Review of Sondre Torp Helmersen, the Application of Teachings by the International Court of Justice’ 33 European Journal of International Law 315
  • Krieger H, ‘Of Zombies, Witches and Wizards – Tales of Sovereignty’ 33 European Journal of International Law 275
  • McKenna MB, ‘Miriam Bak Mckenna, Review of Thomas Burri and Jamie Trinidad, the International Court of Justice and Decolonisation: New Directions from the Chagos Advisory Opinion’ 33 European Journal of International Law 310
  • Meerssche DVD, ‘Virtual Borders: International Law and the Elusive Inequalities of Algorithmic Association’ 33 European Journal of International Law 171
  • Musto C, ‘Callum Musto, Review of Esmé Shirlow, Judging at the Interface: Deference to State Decision-Making Authority in International Adjudication’ 33 European Journal of International Law 320
  • Peng S-y, ‘Uneasy Interplay between Digital Inequality and International Economic Law’ 33 European Journal of International Law 205
  • Schneiderman D, ‘International Investment Law and Discipline for the Indebted’ 33 European Journal of International Law 65
  • Weingerl P and Tratnik M, ‘Climbing the Wall around Eu Citizenship: Has the Time Come to Align Third-Country Nationals with Intra-Eu Migrants?’ 33 European Journal of International Law 15
  • Weiss C, ‘Letters to the Editors’ 33 European Journal of International Law 1

 

Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal Federal Law Review Feminist Review
Frontiers of Law in China: selected publications from chinese Universities Geopolitics George Washington Law Review
Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics Georgetown Law Journal German Yearbook of International Law
Griffith Law Review Harvard Journal of Law and Technology Harvard Negotiation Law Review
Human Rights Quarterly: a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities and law

Federal Law Review (click to view more)

  • Chopra S and Pils E, ‘The Hong Kong National Security Law and the Struggle over Rule of Law and Democracy in Hong Kong’ 50 Federal Law Review 292
  • Henckels C, ‘Arbitration under Government Contracts and Government Accountability’ 50 Federal Law Review 404
  • Johnson H and Parker C, ‘An Impossible Task? Australian Food Law and the Challenge of Novel Meat Analogues’ 50 Federal Law Review 331
  • Sen S and Guha SK, ‘The Struggles of the Indian Constitution in the Face of Autocratic Legalism: Constitutionalism at Crossroads?’ 50 Federal Law Review 275
  • Smith B, ‘Reconceptualising 'Justiciability': Crafting a Coherent Framework for Australia's Unique Constitutional Context’ 50 Federal Law Review 371
  • Wiratraman HP, ‘Constitutional Struggles and the Court in Indonesia's Turn to Authoritarian Politics’ 50 Federal Law Review 314


George Washington Law Review 
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  • Hess S, ‘Presidents Trumping the Courts: Considering Alternatives to the President as Judicial Nominator’ 90 George Washington Law Review 761
  • Heydari F, ‘The Private Role in Public Safety’ 90 George Washington Law Review 696
  • Joslin CG, ‘Nonmarriage: The Double Bind’ 90 George Washington Law Review 571
  • Sojung L, ‘Give up Your Face, and a Leg to Stand on Too: Biometric Privacy Violations and Article Iii Standing’ 90 George Washington Law Review 795
  • Sprankling JG, ‘The Constitutional Right to "Establish a Home"’ 90 George Washington Law Review 632


Georgetown Law Journal 
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  • Amato MJ, ‘The Best and Worst Form of Environmental Enforcement: Third-Party Payments and Executive Settlement Policy’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 1171
  • Hammill L, ‘Abolishing Bounty Hunters’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 1219
  • Hausman DK, ‘The Unexamined Law of Deportation’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 973
  • Munshi S, ‘Dispossession: An American Property Law Tradition’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 1021
  • Young KG, ‘Human Rights Originalism’ 110 Georgetown Law Journal 1097


Griffith Law Review 
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  • Best APA, ‘Material Vulnerabilities and Interspecies Relationalities: A Critical Appraisal of the Legal Status of Animals in Disasters’ 31 Griffith Law Review 287
  • Evans T, ‘Murderesses, Monsters and Madwomen: Gender Performance and the Assessment of Queer Culpability in the Australian Legal Imagining’ 31 Griffith Law Review 217
  • Marmo M, Sinopoli EA and Guo S, ‘Worker Exploitation in the Australian Gig Economy: Emerging Mechanisms of Social Control’ 31 Griffith Law Review 171
  • Mulcahy S and Seear K, ‘Playing to the Gallery: The Invocation of Human Rights, Legal Actors, and Outside Audiences in Debates on Roadside Drug Testing in the Australian Capital Territory’ 31 Griffith Law Review 240
  • Raine M, ‘'Incremental and Cumulative': Griffiths and the Limitations of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) in Dealing with Compensation for Cultural Loss’ 31 Griffith Law Review 151
  • Riedel M, ‘Studying While Muslim: Anti-Discrimination Law, Countering Violent Extremism, and Suspect Youth’ 31 Griffith Law Review 193
  • Rogers N, ‘Intergenerational Care and Judg(E)Ment in a Time of Climate Change’ 31 Griffith Law Review 312
  • Young SM, ‘Tortious Discipline’ 31 Griffith Law Review 266


Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 
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  • Bell JA, ‘Generic Drugs and the Future of "Skinny Labels"’ 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 659
  • Davey N, ‘Overcoming Patent Barriers to Increase Access to Medicines: A New Path Forward for Compulsory Licensing’ 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 689
  • Guha N, Henderson P and Zambrano DA, ‘Vulnerabilities in Discovery Tech’ 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 581
  • Lior A, ‘Insuring Ai: The Role of Insurance in Artificial Intelligence Regulation’ 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 467
  • Rauch DE, ‘Customized Speech and the First Amendment’ 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 405
  • Schwartz DL and Rogers M, ‘"Inventorless" Inventions? The Constitutional Conundrum of Ai-Produced Inventions’ 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 531
Immigration and Nationality Law Review Indian Journal of International Law Industrial Law Journal
International and Comparative Law Quarterly International Journal for the Semiotics of Law International Journal of Children’s Rights
International Journal of Clinical Legal Education International Journal of Constitutional Law International Journal of Refugee Law
International Journal of the Legal Profession International Journal of Transitional Justice International Review of Law and Economics

Industrial Law Journal (click to view more)

  • ‘Stress at Work: Individuals or Structures?’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 403
  • Alhambra MAGM, ‘Uncertain Future for Eu-Level Collective Bargaining: The New Rules of the Game after Epsu’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 318
  • Brodie D, ‘Collectivism in Labour Law: Only by Exception’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 464
  • Currie S, ‘Scapegoats and Guinea Pigs: Free Movement as a Pathway to Confined Labour Market Citizenship for European Union Accession Migrants in the Uk’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 277
  • Davidov G and Alon-Shenker P, ‘Abc Test: A New Model for Employment Status Determination?’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 235
  • Davies ACL, ‘Problems Continue in the Horticulture Sector: The Seasonal Workers Pilot Review 2019’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 494
  • Drew S, ‘Human Rights Unbound: A Theory of Extraterritoriality’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 505
  • Falsone M, ‘Union Freedoms in the Armed Forces: Still a Taboo?’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 375
  • Hambler A, ‘Is There 'No Place in the Work Context' for Religious Proselytism?’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 346
  • Lin O, ‘Regulating on-Demand Work in China: Just Getting Started?’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 435
  • Niezna M, ‘Labour Exploitation in Human Trafficking Law’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 500
  • Rosin A, ‘Towards a European Employment Status: The Eu Proposal for a Directive on Improving Working Conditions in Platform Work’ 51 Industrial Law Journal 478


International Journal of Refugee Law 
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  • ‘Case Law Summaries’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 82
  • ‘Refugee Law Initiative Declaration on Externalisation and Asylum’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 114
  • Cantor D and others, ‘Externalisation, Access to Territorial Asylum, and International Law’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 120
  • Fritzsche-El-Shewy J, ‘Palestinian Refugees in International Law’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 157
  • Georgoula DF, ‘Building Walls at Sea: An Assessment of the Legality of the Greek Floating Barrier’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 54
  • Lelliott J, ‘Unaccompanied Children in Limbo: The Causes and Consequences of Uncertain Legal Status’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 1
  • Ozkul D, ‘Asylum Matters: On the Front Line of Administrative Decision-Making’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 159
  • Programme ECotHCs, ‘Note on International Protection’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 93
  • Sussner P, ‘Addressing Heteronormativity: The Not-So-Lost Requirement of Discretion in (Austrian) Asylum Law’ 34 International Journal of Refugee Law 31


International Review of Law and Economics 
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  • Belot F and Waxin T, ‘Mandatory Employee Board Representation: Good News for Family Firms?’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Cerqueira D and others, ‘A Panel-Based Proxy for Gun Prevalence in Us and Mexico’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Fiala L and Husovec M, ‘Using Experimental Evidence to Improve Delegated Enforcement’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Grolleau G, Mungan MC and Mzoughi N, ‘Seemingly Irrelevant Information? The Impact of Legal Team Size on Third Party Perceptions’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Lee Y-HA and Klerman D, ‘Corrigendum to "the Priest-Klein Hypotheses: Proofs and Generality" [Int. Rev. Law Econ. 48 (2016) 59–76]’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Mazza P and Ruh B, ‘The Performance of Corporate Legal Insider Trading in the Korean Market’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Melcarne A, Monnery B and Wolff F-C, ‘Prosecutors, Judges and Sentencing Disparities: Evidence from Traffic Offenses in France’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Migheli M, ‘Lost in Election. How Different Electoral Systems Translate the Voting Gender Gap into Gender Representation Bias’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Mungan MC and Wright J, ‘Optimal Standards of Proof in Antitrust’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
  • Noghanibehambari H and Tavassoli N, ‘An Ounce of Prevention, a Pound of Cure: The Effects of College Expansions on Crime’ 71 International Review of Law & Economics N.PAG
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry Journal of Common Market Studies Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Journal of Environmental Law Journal of Equity Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy
Journal of High Technology Law Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation Journal of International Criminal Justice
Journal of International Economic Law Journal of Law and Society Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law
Journal of Political Philosophy Journal of Social Security Law Journal of World Investment and Trade
Journal of World Trade Juristenzeitung Justice Quarterly
Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law

Journal of Environmental Law (click to view more)

  • Dominioni G and Faure M, ‘Environmental Policy in Good and Bad Times: The Countercyclical Effects of Carbon Taxes and Cap-and-Trade’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 269
  • Durán GM and Scott J, ‘Regulating Trade in Forest-Risk Commodities: Two Cheers for the European Union’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 245
  • Helme N and others, ‘Significant Uk Environmental Law Cases 2021–22’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 363
  • Lan Y and Qin T, ‘Applying the Precautionary Principle to Emerging Zoonotic Disease: Lessons from China's Response in Environmental Law’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 331
  • Lees E, ‘Legitimacy of Specialist Environmental Courts: Integrity as Capacity’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 387
  • Matteucci SC and Cartei GF, ‘Impact of the European Landscape Convention on Landscape Planning in Spain, Italy and England’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 307
  • McClean A and Pedersen OW, ‘Who Owns the Heat? The Scope for Geothermal Heat to Contribute to Net Zero’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 343
  • Richardson BJ, ‘Space Matters: Environmental Law's Spatial Character and Context’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 379
  • Shen H, ‘Environmental Constitutionalism with Chinese Characteristics’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 353
  • Zeng JS, ‘Environmental Policy and Compensation in China: An Empirical Analysis of Article Eight of the Chinese Administrative License Law’ 34 Journal of Environmental Law 287


Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation 
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  • ‘Consequences of Failure to Give Notice to Qualifying Floating Charge Holders of Notice of Intention to Appoint Administrators’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘External Funding in Brazil through International Entities’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Green Economy and Social Development by Bndes’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Irish Court Refuses to Recognise Purported Variations to Irish Leases Made by Uk Cvas’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Jurisdiction of the Court to Adjourn Bankruptcy Hearing to Afford Time to Debtor to Pay’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Mas Consults on Proposed Regulations and Notices for Licensed Credit Bureaus and Approved Members’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘The Payment Transaction Initiator in Brazil’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Proceedings Involving Court Orders for the Unavailability of Goods and Assets Established by the Brazilian Regulator’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • ‘Requirement to Show Real Prospect of Achieving the Statutory Purpose When Appointing Administrator under Paragraph 35 of Schedule Bl to the Insolvency Act 1986’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • Huertas M, ‘Litigation in a Post-Brexit World: An Update on the English Language Chambers in the German Courts’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 45
  • Lawes A, Pandit N and Mustafa E, ‘Room for Manoeuvre: Fca Bans for Non-Financial Misconduct’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 86
  • Mok F and Tiah K, ‘Banking Act Amended to Formalise Supervisory Requirements and Strengthen Regulation of Banks and Credit Card and Charge Card Licensees’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • Oliyide O, ‘Constitutional, Jurisprudential and Ethno-Religious Perspectives of Islamic Banking in Nigeria’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 69
  • Shen W, ‘When Fintech Meets Corporate Governance: Opportunities and Challenges of Using Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence in Corporate Optimisation’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 53
  • Stuber W, ‘Disclosure of Corporate Structure of Brazilian Financial Institutions’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation N
  • Vaccari E, ‘Bankruptcy--the Case for Relief in an Economy of Debt’ 36 Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation 89
Law and Critique: journal of critical legal studies Law and Human Behavior Law and Policy
Law and Social Inquiry Law and Society Review Law Text Culture
Law, Culture and the Humanities Lawasia Journal: journal of law assocciation for asia and the pacific Legal Information Management
Legal Issues of Economic Integration Legal Studies Leiden Journal of International Law
Libertarian Papers Marine Policy Melbourne University Law Review
Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review Minnesota Law Review Modern Law Review

Legal Studies (click to view more)

  • ‘Education, Law and Diversity: Schooling for One and All? – Erratum’ 42 Legal Studies 554
  • Alghrani A, Byrne S and Tyfield D, ‘Education, Law and Diversity: Schooling for One and All?’ 42 Legal Studies 550
  • Barnard C, Costello F and Butlin SF, ‘(Legal) Assistance in Employment Matters to Low-Paid Eu Migrant Workers in the East of England’ 42 Legal Studies 491
  • Farmer L, ‘Taking Market Crime Seriously’ 42 Legal Studies 508
  • Gáspár-Szilágyi S and Pearson A, ‘Facebook with Money: The Rise of Online Brokerage Platforms and Vulnerable Groups’ 42 Legal Studies 377
  • Hand J, ‘The Attorney-General, Politics and Logistics – a Fork in the Road?’ 42 Legal Studies 425
  • Howlin N and others, ‘'Robinson Crusoe on a Desert Island'? Judicial Education in Ireland, 1995–2019’ 42 Legal Studies 525
  • Mulheron R, ‘The Tort of Malicious Prosecution of Civil Proceedings: A Critique and a Proposal’ 42 Legal Studies 470
  • Qvortrup M and Trueblood L, ‘Schmitt, Dicey, and the Power and Limits of Referendums in the United Kingdom’ 42 Legal Studies 396
  • Rogers J and Bell F, ‘Transforming the Legal Profession: An Interview Study of Change Managers in Law’ 42 Legal Studies 446
  • Rutherford H, ‘Law, Judges and Visual Culture’ 42 Legal Studies 546
  • Vitale D, ‘The Relational Impact of Social Rights Judgments: A Trust-Based Analysis’ 42 Legal Studies 408


Melbourne University Law Review 
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  • Armson E, ‘Reforming the Money Lending Exceptions for Takeovers’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Blore K, ‘Proportionality under the Human Rights Act 2019 (Qld): When Are the Factors in S 13(2) Necessary and Sufficient, and When Are They Not?’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Bosland J, ‘Open Justice, 'Back-to-Back' Trials and Juror Prejudice: Examining the Suppression Order in the Trial of George Pell’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Crawford LB, ‘An Institutional Justification for the Principle of Legality’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Dias N, ‘Re-Examining the Relationship between Mutual Promises in Contract Law’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Gageler S, ‘Just Versus Quick: Constructivist and Ecological Rationality in a Common Law System’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Lippis ZOE, ‘The Defence Act 1903 (Cth): A Guide for Responding to Australia's Large-Scale Domestic Emergencies’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Petrovski B and others, ‘Public Interest Costs Orders in Federal Class Actions: Time for a New Approach’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Saunders BB, ‘Ministers, Statutory Authorities and Government Corporations: The Agency Problem in Public Sector Governance’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Taylor-Sands M and Bowman-Smart H, ‘Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing for Adult-Onset Conditions: Reproductive Choice and the Welfare of the Future Child’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Wells F, ‘Does Lim Truly Have 'Nothing to Say' About the Commonwealth's Regional Processing Arrangements? Habeas Corpus as a Vehicle for Testing the Constitutional Validity of Offshore Detention’ 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1


Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review 
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  • Barnett JM, ‘The “License as Tax” Fallacy’ 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 197
  • Cooper JC and Kobayashi BH, ‘Unreasonable: A Strict Liability Solution to the Ftc’s Data Security Problem’ 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 257
  • Jiang K, ‘Mental Health Mobile Apps and the Need to Update Federal Regulations to Protect Users’ 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 421
  • King Fung T and Jyh-An L, ‘The Ping-Pong Olympics of Antisuit Injunction in Frand Litigation’ 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 305
  • Wang JY, ‘The Best Data Plan Is to Have a Game Plan: Obstacles and Solutions to Reaching International Data Privacy Agreements’ 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 385


Minnesota Law Review 
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  • Alstott AL, Dailey AC and NeJaime D, ‘Psychological Parenthood’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2363
  • Day G, ‘Antitrust, Attention, and the Mental Health Crisis’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 1901
  • Dolezal AE, ‘Power to the People: Distributing the Benefits of a Clean Energy Transition through Equitable Policy, Legislation, and Energy Justice Initiatives’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2441
  • Haasl MM, ‘A Prisoner's Dilemma: Why Covid-19 Must Serve as a Catalyst to Address Compassionate Release Limitations in Federal Prison’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2501
  • Hessick FA and Hessick CB, ‘Constraining Criminal Laws’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2299
  • Horton D, ‘Pirate Arbitration’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2111
  • Koningisor C, ‘Public Undersight’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2221
  • Landau J, ‘Rescinding Rights’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 1681
  • Lollar CE, ‘The Costs of the Punishment Clause’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 1827
  • Offit A, ‘The Character of Jury Exclusion’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2173
  • Oliason H, ‘Designer Minor: Creating a Better Legal Regime for Pediatric Cosmetic Procedures’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2021
  • Silberberg EJ, ‘Too Hot to Handle?: Native Advertising and the Firestone Dilemma’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2059
  • Stokes D, ‘Renewable Energy Federalism’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 1757
  • Tait AA, ‘Inheriting Privilege’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 1959
  • Wagoner MM, ‘Technically Important: The Essential Role of Technical Corrections and How Congress Can Revive Them’ 106 Minnesota Law Review 2543


Modern Law Review 
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  • ‘Authorising Crime: The Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Act 2021’ 85 Modern Law Review 1218
  • ‘Corporate Reorganization Law and Forces of Change’ 85 Modern Law Review 1293
  • ‘False Beliefs and Consent to Sex’ 85 Modern Law Review 1191
  • ‘The Omc, Intelligent Accountability and the Monitoring of National Tax Authorities’ 85 Modern Law Review 1109
  • ‘Property Rights: A Re‐Examination’ 85 Modern Law Review 1289
  • ‘Protecting National Security: A History of British Communications Investigation Regulation’ 85 Modern Law Review 1295
  • ‘Public Nuisance and Climate Change: The Common Law's Solutions to the Plaintiff, Defendant and Causation Problems’ 85 Modern Law Review 1136
  • Craig R and Phillipson G, ‘Protecting National Security by Breaking the Law? Prerogative, Statute and the Powers of Mi5’ 85 Modern Law Review 1274
  • Drake S and Hunt J, ‘Clarifying the Duties of the Uk Judiciary Post‐Brexit: Lipton and Anr V Ba City Flyer Ltd’ 85 Modern Law Review 1261
  • Lydgate E and Anthony C, ‘Brexit, Food Law and the Uk's Search for a Post‐Eu Identity’ 85 Modern Law Review 1168
  • Walsh K and Atkins S, ‘When Our Paths Cross Again: The Supreme Court's Management of Related Asylum and Child Abduction Claims in G V G’ 85 Modern Law Review 1245
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Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (click to view more)

  • Buyse A and Omičević E, ‘40 Years Nqhr, Transfer of Editor-in-Chief, and Going Open Access’ 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 209
  • Coakley S and McAuliffe P, ‘Picking up the Pieces: Transitional Justice Responses to Destruction of Tangible Cultural Heritage’ 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 311
  • Daanen B, ‘Football, Dictatorship, and Human Rights: The 1978 World Cup and Solidarity Activism in the Netherlands for Argentina’ 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 269
  • Deva S, ‘Treaty Tantrums: Past, Present and Future of a Business and Human Rights Treaty’ 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 211
  • Di Marco A, ‘Human Rights in the Olympic Movement: The Application of International and European Standards to the Lex Sportiva’ 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 244
  • Enonchong L-S, ‘Public Prosecutors and the Right to Personal Liberty: An Analysis of the Jurisprudence of the Un Human Rights Committee and the European Court of Human Rights’ 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 222
  • Küçüksu A, ‘Fineman in Luxembourg: Empirical Lessons in Asylum Seeker Vulnerability from the Cjeu’ 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 290


New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 
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  • Baecke T, ‘A Possible Second Ruling on the National Security Exception under the Gatt: Maintaining a Delicate Balance?’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 699
  • Kang S, ‘Servotronics Enigma: Does § 1782(a) Extend to Private International Arbitral Tribunals?’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 711
  • Kedia S, ‘Can Transitional Justice Redress the Use of Starvation as a Method of Warfare?’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 723
  • McInerney-Lankford S and Fellmeth A, ‘International Human Rights Law, Normative Hierarchy, and Development Policy’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 311
  • Pribytkova E, ‘Are There Global Obligations to Assist in the Realization of Socio-Economic Rights?’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 379
  • Rice K, ‘Interim or Waived?: The Future of the U.S.-Japan and Phase One Trade Agreements’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 623
  • Seth SD, ‘Enforcement of Foreign Awards against Non-Signatories under the New York Convention in India: A Critique of the Decision in Gemini Bay’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 741
  • Tepper E, ‘The Big Bang of Space Governance: Towards Polycentric Governance of Space Activities’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 485
  • Tizzano A, ‘Why Doesn't She Seek International Protection in the European Union?’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 559
  • Uatanabe T, ‘The Handling of the Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan by the U.S. Legal System in Comparison with the Central and Latin American Systems of Protection’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 765
  • Votey M, ‘Illicit Antiquities and the Internet: The Trafficking of Heritage on Digital Platforms’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 659
  • Yirong SUN, ‘The Future of Due Diligence in Cyberspace’ 54 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 753
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Southern Methodist University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Arbuckle M, ‘Tribute to Professor Beth Thornburg’ 75 SMU Law Review 257
  • Collins J, ‘Tribute to Professor Elizabeth Thornburg’ 75 SMU Law Review 255
  • Dorsaneo Iii WV, ‘Tribute to Professor Beth Thornburg’ 75 SMU Law Review 259
  • Drennan WA, ‘Contract Law's "Too Good to Be True" Doctrine--Is It?’ 75 SMU Law Review 273
  • Feinberg J, ‘The Boundaries of Multi-Parentage’ 75 SMU Law Review 307
  • Karam ME, ‘A Tribute to Beth Thornburg’ 75 SMU Law Review 261
  • Melsheimer T, ‘Tribute to Elizabeth G. Thornburg’ 75 SMU Law Review 265
  • Nessel LA, ‘When Time Stands Still: Eliminating Immigration "Death Sentences"’ 75 SMU Law Review 369
  • Rogers JPF, ‘The Whole Truth: A Tribute to Professor Beth Thornburg’ 75 SMU Law Review 267
  • Sourgens FG, ‘Diligent Zero’ 75 SMU Law Review 417

Stanford Journal of International Law (click to view more)

  • Bicchieri M, ‘Women's Land-Related Human Rights in Mozambique: The Gap between Commitments De Jure and Local Practice’ 58 Stanford Journal of International Law 113
  • Fiero AW and Beier E, ‘New Global Developments in Data Protection and Privacy Regulations: Comparative Analysis of European Union, United States, and Russian Legislation’ 58 Stanford Journal of International Law 151

Supreme Court Review (click to view more)

  • Amar VD and Amar AR, ‘Eradicating Bush-League Arguments Root and Branch: The Article Ii Independent-State-Legislature Notion and Related Rubbish’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 1
  • Balganesh S, ‘The Institutionalist Turn in Copyright’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 417
  • Doerfler RD, ‘Late-Stage Textualism’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 267
  • Epstein L and Posner EA, ‘The Roberts Court and the Transformation of Constitutional Protections for Religion: A Statistical Portrait’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 315
  • Estlund C, ‘Showdown at Cedar Point: "Sole and Despotic Dominion" Gains Ground’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 125
  • Fiss O, ‘Scalia's Slip’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 375
  • Kerr OS, ‘Focusing the Cfaa in Van Buren’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 155
  • Mascott J and Duffy JF, ‘Executive Decisions after Arthrex’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 225
  • Papandrea M-R, ‘Mahanoy V. B.L. & First Amendment "Leeway"’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 53
  • Robinson RK, ‘What Christianity Loses When Conservative Christians Win at the Supreme Court’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 185
  • Sachs BI, ‘Safety, Health, and Union Access in Cedar Point Nursery’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 99
  • Sunstein CR, ‘Injury in Fact, Transformed’ 2021 Supreme Court Review 349

Tulane Maritime Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Atkins J, ‘Overdue for Overhaul: The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 481
  • Brown EM, ‘Raicevic V. Fieldwood Energy, L.L.C.: The Fifth Circuit's Missed Opportunity to Clarify the Borrowed Employee Doctrine in the Lhwca Context’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 693
  • Gonsoulin Iii DJ, ‘Balancing Executive Authority and Conservation in the Exclusive Economic Zone: A Battle between the Antiquities Act and the National Marine Sanctuaries Act’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 407
  • Knapp S, ‘To Bifurcate or Stipulate: Exploring the Eastern District of Louisiana's Holding in Archer Daniels Midland Co. V. M/T Am. Liberty’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 455
  • Liang Z, ‘International Recent Developments: China 2021’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 661
  • Litina E, ‘Maritime Arbitration: Dilemmas, Prospects, and Challenges: Lessons from Contracts for the Carriage of Goods by Sea’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 513
  • Lookadoo R, ‘Owensby & Kritikos, Inc. V. Office of Workers' Compensation: The Fifth Circuit Expands the Scope of the Lhwca and Ocsla Compensation Scheme for Onshore Injuries under the Substantial-Nexus Test’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 469
  • Lyons A, ‘Cruising for a Bruising: The Eleventh Circuit Clarifies the Standards Applicable to Vicarious Liability Claims against Cruise Ships’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 707
  • Özdel M, ‘International Recent Developments: United Kingdom’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 655
  • Roberts CI, ‘An Ocean Landfill: Current International Ocean Pollution Regulation Inefficiencies and the "National Sword" of Solutions’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 431
  • Severance A, ‘Annex to Mare Incognitum, Part Ii: A Draft Mobile Offshore Renewables Unit Convention’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 245
  • Skoutas A, ‘An Overview of the Scopic Clause in Salvage Operations: The Case of Oil Tankers in Need of Assistance and the Need for a Port of Refuge’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 305
  • Sturley MF and Ammerman MH, ‘Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law at the National Level and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 531
  • Zupruk B, ‘The Legality and Ramifications of High Seas Seizures of Foreign Merchant Vessels for Violating U.S. Sanctions’ 46 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 349
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University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (click to view more)

  • Devito S, Hample K and Lain E, ‘Examining the Bar Exam: An Empirical Analysis of Racial Bias in the Uniform Bar Examination’ 55 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 597
  • Mena C, ‘Another Katz Moment?: Privacy, Property, and a DNA Database’ 55 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 729
  • Monroe A, ‘Making Tax Law Work: Improvisation and Forgotten Taxpayers in Partnership Tax’ 55 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 549
  • Wentong Z, ‘Corporations as Private Regulators’ 55 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 649
  • Zhao R, ‘Second Chances: Why Michigan Should Categorically Prohibit the Sentence of Juvenile Life without Parole’ 55 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 691


Washington Law Review 
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  • Chen BM, ‘Textualism as Fair Notice?’ 97 Washington Law Review 339
  • London M, ‘Renewing the Vagueness Challenge to Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude’ 97 Washington Law Review 581
  • Mannix CJ, ‘The Chorus Doctrine: Promoting Subnational Diplomacy in Regional Growth Management’ 97 Washington Law Review 627
  • Skalbania S, ‘Advising 101 for the Growing Field of Social Media Influencers’ 97 Washington Law Review 667
  • Skinner-Thompson J, ‘Procedural Environmental Justice’ 97 Washington Law Review 399
  • Srejovic N, ‘Copyright Protection for Works in the Language of Life’ 97 Washington Law Review 459
  • Wechsler RJ, ‘Victims as Instruments’ 97 Washington Law Review 507