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University of Washington


Nikki Pike, Information Specialist

Melia Mauer Cossette
, Emily Shepard

Smith,

and Rachel Bender Turpin, Editors

Copyright 2010
, Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library

University

of Washington School of Law


K
ey to Citations

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September 17
, 2010



Akron Intellectual Property Journal

4

Akron I
ntell. Prop. J., No. 1, Pp. 1
-
169
, 2010.

Albany Law Review

73

Alb. L. Rev., No. 3, Pp.

645
-
1193, 2010.

American University Law Review

59

Am. U
. L. Rev., No. 5, June, 2010.

Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law

27

Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L., No. 1, Spring, 2010.

Boston College Law Review

51

B.C. L. Rev., No. 3, May, 2010.

Business Lawyer

65

Bus. Law., No. 3, May, 2010.

Canada
-
United

States Law Journal

34

Can.
-
U.S. L.J., No. 2, January, 2010.

Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender

16

Cardozo J.L. & Gender, No. 3, Spring, 2010.

Chicana/o
-
Latina/o Law Review

29

Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev., Pp. 1
-
122, 2010.

CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Commun
ications Law

18

CommLaw

Conspectus, No. 2, Pp. 323
-
553
, 2010.


and Policy

Cornell Law Review

95

Cornell L. Rev., No. 5, July, 2010.

Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis

40

Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis, No. 6, June, 2010.

Freedom Center Journal

1

F
reedom Center J., No. 2, Fall, 2009.

Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law

38

Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L., No. 2, Winter, 2010.

Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy

31

Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y, No. 1, Fall, 2009.

Harvard Law Review

123

Har
v. L. Rev., No. 8, June, 2010.

Hastings Law Journal

61

Hastings L.J., No. 5, May, 2010.

Indiana International & Comparative Law Review

20

Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev., No. 1, Pp. 1
-
174, 2010.

Journal of Contemporary Health Law & Policy

26

J. Contemp. Health
L. & Pol

y, No. 2, Spring, 2010.

Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law

3

J. Int

l Media & Ent. L., No. 1, Pp. 1
-
194, 2010.

Journal of Supreme Court History

35

J. Sup. Ct. Hist., No. 1, Pp. 1
-
92, 2010.

Michigan State University Journal of Medic
ine and Law

13

Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L., No. 2, Spring, 2009.

New York University Review of Law & Social Change

34

N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change, No. 2, Pp. 253
-
424, 2010.

North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology

11

N.C. J.L. & Tech., No. 2, Spring, 2010
.

Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development

22

Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J., No. 1, Pp. 1
-
134,


Law Journal



2009.

Regent University Law Review

22

Regent U. L. Rev., No. 2, Pp. 291
-
508, 2009
-
2010.

Review of Litigation

29

Rev. Litig., No
. 3, Pp. 471
-
727, 2010.

South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business

6

S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus.,
No. 2,
Spring, 2010.

South Dakota Law Review

55

S.D. L. Rev., No. 2, Pp. 165
-
383, 2010.

Southwestern Journal of International Law

16

Sw. J. Int

l L.,
No. 2, Pp. 299
-
550, 2010.

Southwestern Law Review

39

Sw. L. Rev., No. 2, Pp. 233
-
412, 2009.

Stanford Environmental Law Journal

29

Stan. Envtl. L.J., No. 2, May, 2010.

Stanford Law Review

62

Stan. L. Rev., No. 6, June, 2010.

Temple Law Review

82

Temp. L. Re
v., No. 3, Fall, 2009.

University of Pittsburgh Law Review

71

U. Pitt. L. Rev., No. 3, Spring, 2010.

Widener Law Journal

19

Widener L.J., No. 3, Pp. 789
-
1024, 2010.

Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics

10

Yale J. Health Pol

y L. & Ethics, No. 2,
Summer, 2010.


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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW


Colburn, Jamison E. Agency
interpretations. 82 Temp. L.
Rev. 657
-
701 (2009).


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2

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Dunn, Sarah E. Note. Mental block: the challenges awaiting a
mentally impaired claimant when applying for Social Security
disability benefits. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 453
-
479 (2009
-
2010).



Gershonowitz
, Aaron. The role of science in environmental
litigation: courts

give deference to agency experts except when
they don’t. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 233
-
264 (2009).


Goodley, James. Comment. The effect of
Metropolitan Life
v. Glenn

on ERISA benefit denials: time

for the

treating
physician rule.


26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 403
-
440
(2010).


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3

September 17, 2010



Osborn, John E. Can I tell you the truth? A

comparative
perspective
on regulating off
-
label scientific and medical
information. 10 Yale J. Health Pol

y L. & Ethics 2
99
-
356 (2010).


Phillips, Michael D. Note.
Wyeth v. Levine
: the impact of FDA
approval of drug labeling. (
Wyeth v. Levine
, 129 S. Ct. 1187,
2009.) 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 391
-
426 (2009).


Williams, Lucy A. Administrative advocacy: justice in th
e lives of
low
-
income
families. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 47
-
62 (2009).


Note. Justifying the
Chevron

doctrine: insights from the rule of
lenity. (
Chevron U.S.A. Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense
Council, Inc.
, 467 U.S. 837, 1984.) 123 Harv. L. Re
v. 2043
-
2064
(2010).


ADMIRALTY


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

American University Law Review


Troubled Waters: Combating Maritime Piracy with the Rule of
Law. Foreword by José Luis Jesus; articles by Pe
ter T. Leeson,
Joel H. Samuels, Joseph M. Isanga, James Thuo Gathii, Jennifer S.
Martin, Geoffrey Christopher Rapp, Lawrence
Rutkowski, Bruce G.
Paulson, Jonathan D. Stoian and Milena

Sterio. 59 Am. U. L. Rev.
1213
-
1497 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tabl
es of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law


Fluger, Peri. Comment. The end is nigh:

will turnaround
agreements lead to Hollywood

s financial demise? 19 Widener L.J.
977
-
1024 (2010).


BANKING AND FINANCE


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

Stanford Law Review


Bazikyan, Arminé. Comment. Rent
ers: the innocent victims of the
foreclosure mortgage crisis. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 339
-
364 (2009).


Committee on Commercial Finance, ABA Section of Business Law.
Report of the Model
First Lien/
Second Lien Intercreditor Agreement
Task Force.

65 Bus. Law. 809
-
883 (2010).


Panopoulos, Adam G.

Note. Barriers to financing: is
European Union indirect discrimination law the answer to
female entrepreneurs? 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 549
-
572
(2010).


Strawbridge, Brian S. Note. A ship without a captain at the
hel
m: the need for the development and implementation of a
supra
-
national prudential supervisor to oversee the European
Union financial sector. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 111
-
143
(2010).


Vanderwoude, Neil. Comment. The Fair Credit Reporting
Act: fair

for consumers, fair for credit reporting agencies. 39
Sw. L. Rev. 395
-
412 (2009).


Canada
-
United States Economic Competitiveness in a Period of
Financial Instability: A Common Cause Agenda. T.
Bradbrooke Smith, session chair; Daniel Desjardins, Craig
R
eed and Jeff Weedman, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 55
-
80
(2010).


The Past, Present, and Future of the Securities and Exchange
Commission. Articles by Donna M. Nagy, Jayne W. Barnard,
Donald C. Langevoort, Kenneth B. Davis, Jr., Jonathan G.
Katz, Erik R.
Sirri, Douglas M. Branson, Robert B. Thompson,
Claire A. Hill, Renee M. Jones and Chester S. Spatt. 71 U. Pitt.
L. Rev. 361
-
639 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


BANKRUPTCY LAW


Jacoby, Melissa B.

and Mirya Holman. Managing medical
bills on the brink of bankruptcy. 10 Yale J. Health Pol

y L. &
Ethics 239
-
297 (2010).


BIOGRAPHY


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Albany Law Review


Norgren, Jill. Ladi
es of legend: the first generation of
American women attorneys. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 71
-
90 (2010).


Smith, George P., II. Raymond B. Marcin: an appreciation.
26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 212
-
222 (2010).


Sobel, Lon, et al. Remembering David Kohle
r. 3 J. Int

l
Media & Ent. L. 1
-
16 (2010).


[Tributes to Justice Anthony V. Cardona.] Tributes by
Jonathan Lippman, Thomas E. Mercure, Michael J. Novack
and Michele McKay. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 653
-
674 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Inde
xed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


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CIVIL RIGHTS AND DISCRIMINATION


Brown, Kevin. Change in racial and ethnic classifications is here:
proposal to address race and ethnic ancestry of blacks for
affirmative action admissions purposes. 31 Hamline J. Pub
. L. &
Pol

y 143
-
178 (2009).


Cobb, Emily Hart. Note. Fifty thousand years old and still fighting
for rights: the continuing struggle of Australia

s indigenous
population. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 375
-
403 (2010).


Kaiser, Christopher A. Note. Is p
risoner abuse a trifle?
Restrictions on

prisoners


constitutional rights and human dignity
in ... (
Leary v. Livingston County
, 528 F.3d 438, 2008.) 1
Freedom Center J. 95
-
118 (2009).


Kozel, Abigail. Student article. Large and in charge of their
emplo
yment discrimination destiny: whether obese Americans now
qualify as
disabled under the

Americans with Disabilities Act
Amendments Act of 2008. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 273
-
328
(2009).


Marrero, Joel. Comment. The efficiency of fairness: a law an
d
economics analysis of the
Bakke
-
Grutter

diversity rationale. 29
Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 69
-
101 (2010).


Schiller, Reuel. Law, liberalism,
and the new history of the Civil
Rights

Movement. (Reviewing Thomas J. Sugrue,
Sweet Land of
Liberty: The For
gotten Struggle for Civil Rights in the North
.) 61
Hastings L.J. 1257
-
1280 (2010).


Woods, Jordan Blair. Gay
-
straight alliances and sanctioning
pretextual discrimination under the Equal Access Act. 34 N.Y.U.
Rev. L. & Soc. Change 373
-
425 (2010).


COMMER
CIAL LAW


Slepnikoff, Lisa M. Student article. A bigger and better market
-
participant exception
?: examining
Justice Souter

s revision of the
market
-
participant exception to the dormant Commerce Clause in ...
(
Department of Revenue of Kentucky v. Davis
,

128 S. Ct. 1801,
2008.) 55 S.D. L. Rev. 356
-
383 (2010).


Issues Arising From Further Commercial Development of the Great
Lakes. Bill Hearn, session chair; Rose Ann DeLeón and Georges
Robichon, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 375
-
398 (2010).


COMMUNICATIONS

LAW


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

CommLaw Conspectus:


Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law

Regent University Law Review


Baughman, Laurie L. Friend request or foe? Confirming the misuse
o
f Internet and social networking sites by domestic violence
perpetrators. 19 Widener L.J. 933
-
966 (2010).


Grimmelmann, James. Privacy as product safety. 19 Widener
L.J. 793
-
827 (2010).


Holland, H. Brian.

Privacy
paradox 2.0. 19 Widener L.J. 893
-
932

(2010).


Ku, Raymond Shih Ray. Privacy is the problem. 19 Widener
L.J. 873
-
891 (2010).


Mazzotta, Matthew. Note. Balancing act: finding consensus
on standards for unmasking anonymous Internet speakers. 51
B.C. L. Rev. 833
-
869 (2010).


McBrearty, Bri
an J. Comment. Who

s responsible? Website
immunity under the Communications Decency Act and the
partial creation or development of online content. 82 Temp. L.
Rev. 827
-
862 (2009).


Zieglowsky, Ali Grace. Note. Immoral immunity: using a
totality of t
he circumstances approach to narrow the scope of
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. (
Fair
Housing Council v. Roomates.com, LLC
, 521 F.3d 1157,
2008.) 61 Hastings L.J. 1307
-
1332 (2010).


Media and the Law Symposium: When Does Government
Regul
ation Go Too far? Keynote address by Judge Andrew P.
Napolitano; panel address by Rep. Trent Franks; articles by
Adam Candeub, Lili Levi, Marvin Ammori, Patrick M. Garry,
Christine Alice Corcos and student Dominic E. Markwordt;
panel participation by Rep.

Trent Franks, moderator; Marvin
Ammori, Adam Candeub,
Christine Alice Corcos, Patrick M.
Garry and Lili Levi, panelists. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 291
-
451
(2009
-
2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


COMPA
RATIVE AND FOREIGN LAW


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law

Canada
-
United States Law Journal

Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law

Indiana Inter
national & Comparative Law Review


Bartlett, Peter. Privacy Down Under. 3 J. Int

l Media & Ent.
L. 145
-
173 (2010).


Davis, Kenneth B., Jr. The SEC and foreign companies

a
balance of competing interests. 71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 457
-
487
(2010).


Eaton, R. Va
nce. Note. Thinly veiled: institutional messages
in the language of secularism in public schools in France and
the United States. 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus. 299
-
333 (2010).


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5

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Ginsburg, Tom and Eric A.

Posner. Subconstitutionalism. 62 Stan.
L. Rev. 158
3
-
1628 (2010).


Hallevy, Gabriel.

Culture
-
based crimes against women in societies
absorbing immigrants

rejecting the

mistake of law


defense and
imposing harsher sentencing. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 439
-
467
(2010).


Harchuck, Kimberly A. Fashion design

protection: the eternal

plight
of the

soft sculpture.


4 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 73
-
118
(2010).


Ludwig, Peter. Student article. How (not) to discourage the
unscrupulous copyist. 4 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 157
-
169 (2010).

Maytal, Itai. Libel lessons

f
rom across
the pond: what British
courts can learn from the United States


chilling experience with the

multiple publication rule


in traditional media and the Internet. 3 J.
Int

l Media & Ent. L. 121
-
143 (2010).


Nolen, Timothy John. Note. Smacking l
esson: how the Council of
Europe

s ban on corporal punishment could serve as a model for the
United States. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 519
-
548 (2010).


Panopoulos, Adam G.

Note. Barriers to financing: is European
Union indirect discrimination law the an
swer to female
entrepreneurs? 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 549
-
572 (2010).


Stuart, Don. Welcome flexibility and better criteria from the
Supreme Court of Canada for exclusion of evidence obtained in
violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

16 Sw.
J. Int

l L. 313
-
332 (2010).


Thaman, Stephen C.

Fruits of the poisonous tree


in comparative
law. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 333
-
384 (2010).


Weber, Travis S. Note. The Free Speech Protection Act of 2009:
protection against suppression. 22 Regent U.

L. Rev. 481
-
508
(2009
-
2010).


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, GENERALLY


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

Business Lawyer

Stanford Law Review


Amestoy, Jeffrey L. The Supreme Court argument that saved the
Union: Richar
d Henry Dana, Jr. and the
Prize Cases
. 35 J. Sup. Ct.
Hist. 10
-
24 (2010).


Chen, Chung
-
Lin. In search of a new approach of information
privacy judicial review: interpreting No. 603 of Taiwan

s
Constitutional Court as a guide. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. R
ev. 21
-
45 (2010).


Clark, Bradford R. The Eleventh Amendment and the nature of the
Union. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1817
-
1918 (2010).


Ferejohn, John. The lure of large numbers. (Reviewing Cass
R. Sunstein,
A Constitution of Many Minds

and Adrian
Vermeule,
La
w and the Limits of Reason
.) 123 Harv. L. Rev.
1969
-
1997 (2010).


Kaiser, Christopher A. Note. Is prisoner abuse a trifle?
Restrictions on

prisoners


constitutional rights and human
dignity in ... (
Leary v. Livingston County
, 528 F.3d 438,
2008.) 1 F
reedom Center J. 95
-
118 (2009).


Kraemer, John D. Screening of prisoners for HIV: public
health, legal, and ethical implications. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med.
& L. 187
-
237 (2009).


Matlach, Nicholas. Comment. Who let the
Katz
out? How the
ECPA and SCA fail

to apply to modern digital communications
and how

returning to
the principles in
Katz v. United States

will fix it. (
Katz v. United States
, 389 U.S. 347, 1967.) 18
CommLaw Conspectus 421
-
461 (2010).

Murdison, Andrew. Note.

Freedom!


for Scotland: a
Hollywood tagline, but a Holyrood prerogative. 38 Ga. J. Int

l
& Comp. L. 443
-
472 (2010).


Nagy, Donna M. Is the PCAOB a

heavily controlled
component


of the SEC?: an essential question in the
constitutional controversy. 71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 361
-
402 (2
010).


Pease
-
Wingenter, Claudine. Empowering our children to
dream without limitations: a call to revisit the

natural born
citizen


requirement in the Obama era. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o
L. Rev. 43
-
58 (2010).


Slepnikoff, Lisa M. Student article. A bigg
er and better
market
-
participant exception
?: examining
Justice Souter

s
revision of the market
-
participant exception to the dormant
Commerce Clause in ... (
Department of Revenue of
Kentucky v. Davis
, 128 S. Ct. 1801, 2008.) 55 S.D. L. Rev.
356
-
383 (2010
).


Stern, Stephanie M. The inviolate home: housing
exceptionalism in the Fourth Amendment. 95 Cornell L. Rev.
905
-
956 (2010).


Stone
-
Manista, Krista. In the manner prescribed by the state:
potential challenges to state
-
enforced hospital limitations o
n
childbirth options. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 469
-
489 (2010).


Walsh, Frank M. The Honduran Constitution is not a suicide
pact: the legality of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya

s
removal. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 339
-
373 (2010).


Symposium. Is Dela
ware

s Antitakeover Statute
Unconstitutional? Article by Guhan Subramanian, Steven
Herscovici and Brian Barbetta, responses by Eileen T. Nugent,
A Gilchrist Sparks, III, Helen Bowers, Stephen P. Lamb,
Jeffrey M. Gorris, Gregg A. Jarrell and Larry E. Ribst
ein; reply
by Guhan Subramanian, Steven Herscovici and Brian Barbetta.
65 Bus. Law. 685
-
808 (2010).


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Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


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Symposium. State Constitutions. Introduction by Mark Gaber;
keynote
address by Hon. Ronald M. George; articles by Helen
Hershkoff, Tom Ginsburg, Eric A. Posner, Neal Devins and Erwin
Chemerinsky; note by Jacob M. Heller. 62 Stan. L. Rev. 1513
-
1761
(2010).

(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for

this journal.)


CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW


Vanderwoude, Neil. Comment. The Fair Credit Reporting Act: fair
for consumers, fair for credit reporting agencies. 39 Sw. L. Rev.
395
-
412 (2009).


CONTRACTS


Fluger, Peri. Comment. The end is nigh: will tur
naround
agreements lead to Hollywood

s financial demise? 19 Widener L.J.
977
-
1024 (2010).

Martin, Jennifer S. Fighting piracy with private security measures:
when contract law should tell parties to walk the plank. 59 Am. U.
L. Rev. 1363
-
1398 (2010).


Moberly, Michael D. and Carolyn F. Burr. Enforcing forum
selection clauses in state court. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 265
-
324 (2009).


Pryor, C. Scott. Clear rules still produce fuzzy results:
impossibility in
Indian

contract law. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 1
-
30 (2010).


CORPORATIONS


For more on this subject see the
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Law Reviews
for:

Business Lawyer


Horton, Thomas J. Fixing merger litigation

fixes

: reforming
the
litigation
of proposed merger remedies under
Section 7 of the
Cla
yton

Act. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 165
-
213 (2010).


Mafessanti, Miriam.
Corporate misbehavior

& international law:
are there alternatives to

complicity

? 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus. 167
-
252 (2010).


Padfield, Stefan J. Finding state action when corporations gov
ern.
82 Temp. L. Rev. 703
-
736 (2009).


Wisenbaker, Clark T. Note. Japan

s Financial Instruments and
Exchange Law: Hercules or Hydra? 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L.
473
-
509 (2010).


COURTS


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w Reviews
for:

Albany Law Review

Journal of Supreme Court History


New York

s Court of Appeals. Articles by Vincent Martin
Bonventre, Matthew
J. Laroche, Jillian Kasow, Jeremy A.
Cooney, Sanjeev Devabhakthuni, Peter A. Mancuso, Benjamin
L. Loefke and
Erik
a L. Winkler
. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 889
-
1143
(2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


The Rise of Appellate Litigators and State Solicitors General.
[Symposium transcript.] 29 Rev. Litig. 545
-
727 (2010).


CR
IMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE


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Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Southwestern Journal of International Law


Basbaum, Jesse P. Note. Inequitable sentencing for possession
of child pornography:

a failure
to disting
uish voyeurs from
pederasts. 61 Hastings L.J. 1281
-
1305 (2010).


Baughman, Laurie L. Friend request or foe? Confirming the
misuse of Internet and social networking sites by domestic
violence perpetrators. 19 Widener L.J. 933
-
966 (2010).


Beck, Jeffrey

R. Student article.
Arizona v. Gant
:
heightening a person

s expectation of privacy in a motor
vehicle following searches incident to arrest. (
Arizona v.
Gant
, 129 S. Ct. 1710, 2009;
New York v. Belton
, 453 U.S.
454, 1986.)

55 S.D. L. Rev. 299
-
324 (20
10).


Gathii, James Thuo. The use of force, freedom of commerce,
and double standards in prosecuting pirates in Kenya. 59 Am.
U. L. Rev. 1321
-
1361 (2010).


Hallevy, Gabriel.

Culture
-
based crimes against women in
societies absorbing immigrants

rejecting
the

mistake of law


defense and imposing harsher sentencing. 16 Cardozo J.L. &
Gender 439
-
467 (2010).


Jallad, Tarik N. Recent development. Old answers to new
questions: surveillance and the unwarranted need for warrants.
11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 351
-
375

(2010).


CURRENT INDEX TO LEGAL PERIODICALS

Page
7

September 17, 2010



Keller, Doug.

Why the prior conviction sentencing enhancements in
illegal re
-
entry cases are unjust and unjustified (and unreasonable
too). 51 B.C. L. Rev. 719
-
768 (2010).


Kimpel, Amy F.

Using laws to protect as a weapon: prosecuting
minors

under child pornography laws. 34 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc.
Change 299
-
338 (2010).


Krillion, Victoria L. Comment. No points for the assist? A closer
look at the role of Special Assistant United States Attorneys in the
cooperative model of federal prosecut
ions. 82 Temp. L. Rev. 789
-
825 (2009).


Ku, Raymond Shih Ray. Privacy is the problem. 19 Widener L.J.
873
-
891 (2010).


Marsico, Edward M., Jr. Social

networking
websites: are
MySpace
and Facebook the fingerprints of

the twenty
-
first century? 19
Widen
er L.J. 967
-
976 (2010).


Marston, Robert. Note. B.Y.O. heroin: will Canada finally
recognize the fundamental rights of injection drug users by
providing access to safe injection facilities? 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp.
L. 405
-
441 (2010).


Matlach, Nicholas.

Comment. Who let the
Katz
out? How the
ECPA and SCA fail to apply to modern digital communications and
how

returning to
the principles in
Katz v. United States

will fix it.
(
Katz v. United States
, 389 U.S. 347, 1967.) 18 CommLaw
Conspectus 421
-
461 (20
10).


Perez, Edward J., Christopher C. Shattuck and Taylor E. Anderson.
Substance abuse in America: then and now. 13 Mich. St. U. J.
Med. & L. 365
-
390 (2009).


Pierce, Alan J. If the system is not working let

s fix it: why seven
judges are better than

one for deciding criminal leave applications at
the Court of Appeals. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 765
-
806 (2010).


Price, Polly J.
Mapp v. Ohio

revisited: a law clerk

s diary. 35 J.
Sup. Ct. Hist. 54
-
70 (2010).


Reimelt, Alexandra W. Note. An unjust bargain: p
lea bargains and
waiver of the right to appeal. (
People v. Ventura
, 531 N.Y.S. 2d
526, 1988.) 51 B.C. L. Rev. 871
-
904 (2010).


Rutkowski, Lawrence
, Bruce G. Paulson and Jonathan D. Stoian.
Mugged twice?: payment of ransom on the high seas. 59 Am. U. L
.
Rev. 1425
-
1448 (2010).


Stern, Stephanie M. The inviolate home: housing exceptionalism in
the Fourth Amendment. 95 Cornell L. Rev. 905
-
956 (2010).


Van Patten, Jonathan K.
Suing the prosecutor
. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 214
-
252 (2010).


Winkler, Erika L. The
odore T. Jones, the defendant

s champion:
reviewing a sample of Judge Jones

s criminal jurisprudence. 73
Alb. L. Rev. 1109
-
1143 (2010).


2008 Mini
-
Symposium

Important
Medical Issues in the Near
Future.
Student Lindsay Willett
, moderator; Amber Shinn,
Ad
am Candueb, Gerald Schatz and Nancy Lukey, panelists. 13
Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 487
-
511 (2009).


Symposium. The Exclusionary Rule, International
Perspectives and Future Implications. Articles by Ellen S.
Podgor, Don Stuart, Stephen C. Thaman and Biny
amin Blum.
16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 299
-
450 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)



DISPUTE RESOLUTION


Bergstrom, Amanda. Comment. Imbalance of power:
procedural inequities within the WTO dispute settlem
ent
system. 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 93
-
109
(2009).


Depoorter, Ben. Law in the shadow of bargaining: the
feedback effect of civil settlements. 95 Cornell L. Rev. 957
-
987 (2010).


North American Dispute Resolution. Paul Meyer, session

chair; Elliot J. Feldman and John A. Terry, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 399
-
435 (2010).


DOMESTIC RELATIONS


Baughman, Laurie L. Friend request or foe? Confirming the
misuse of Internet and social networking sites by domestic
violence perpetrators. 1
9 Widener L.J. 933
-
966 (2010).


Cohen, Matthew. Comment. If

I do,


then so should you: an
analysis of state constitutional bans on same
-
sex marriage. 39
Sw. L. Rev. 365
-
394 (2009).


Czapanskiy, Karen Syma. Chalimony: seeking equity between
parents
of children with disabilities and chronic illnesses. 34
N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 253
-
298 (2010).


Kaplan, Roberta. The Court of Appeals’s

decision in
Godfrey
v. Spano
: a troubling exercise of indecision. 73 Alb. L. Rev.
701
-
714 (2010).


ECONOMICS


Cunningham, Robert. The tragedy of (ignoring) the
information semicommons: a cultural environmental
perspective. 4 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 1
-
33 (2010).


Czapanskiy, Karen Syma. Chalimony: seeking equity between
parents of children with disabilities and

chronic illnesses. 34
N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 253
-
298 (2010).


Harchuck, Kimberly A. Fashion design protection: the eternal

plight
of the

soft sculpture.


4 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 73
-
118
(2010).


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8

September 17, 2010



Holland, H. Brian.

Privacy
paradox 2.0. 19 Wid
ener L.J. 893
-
932
(2010).



Marrero, Joel. Comment. The efficiency of fairness: a law and
economics analysis of the
Bakke
-
Grutter

diversity rationale. 29
Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 69
-
101 (2010).


Canada
-
United States Economic Competitiveness in a Per
iod of
Financial Instability: A Common Cause Agenda. T. Bradbrooke
Smith, session chair; Daniel Desjardins, Craig Reed and Jeff
Weedman, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 55
-
80 (2010).


The North American Economic Relationship from the Canada
-
United States Au
to Pact to the Security and Prosperity Partnership:
Public Perceptions and Economic Realities. Daniel Kolundzic,
session chair; Birgit Matthiesen, Paul Storer and Nikita Nanos,
speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 23
-
54 (2010).


EDUCATION LAW


Brown, Kevin. Cha
nge in racial and ethnic classifications is here:
proposal to address race and ethnic ancestry of blacks for
affirmative action admissions purposes. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. &
Pol

y 143
-
178 (2009).


Eaton, R. Vance. Note. Thinly veiled: institutional me
ssages in the
language of secularism in public schools in France and the United
States. 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus. 299
-
333 (2010).


Gillespie, Lauren Nicole
. Note.
The fourth wave of education
finance litigation
: pursuing a federal right to an adequate
education.
(
San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez
, 411 U.S.
1, 1973.) 95 Cornell L. Rev. 989
-
1020 (2010).


Koons, Colin. Note. Education on the home front: home education
in the European Union and the need for unified European policy.
20
Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 145
-
174 (2010).

Marrero, Joel. Comment. The efficiency of fairness: a law and
economics analysis of the
Bakke
-
Grutter

diversity rationale. 29
Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 69
-
101 (2010).


Martin, Aaron T. Note. Homeschoolin
g in Germany and the United
States. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 225
-
282 (2010).


Nolen, Timothy John. Note. Smacking lesson: how the Council of
Europe

s ban on corporal punishment could serve as a model for the
United States. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender

519
-
548 (2010).


Romero, Augustine F. and Martin Sean Arce. Culture as a resource:
critically compassionate intellectualism and
its struggle against
racism
, fascism, and intellectual apartheid in Arizona. 31 Hamline
J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 179
-
217 (2009).


Woods, Jordan Blair. Gay
-
straight alliances and sanctioning
pretextual discrimination under the Equal Access Act. 34 N.Y.U.
Rev. L. & Soc. Change 373
-
425 (2010).


ELDER LAW


Reif, Catherine M. Student article. A penny saved can be a
penalty earned: n
ursing homes, Medicaid planning, the Deficit
Reduction Act of 2005, and the problem of transferring assets.
34 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 339
-
371 (2010).


EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE


Angell, Hon. M. Faith and John J. O

Brien. Cognizing the
second agenda: th
e importance of
acknowledging perspective

when counseling clients in employment law. 82 Temp. L. Rev.
607
-
625 (2009).


Blank, Aaron. Comment. On the precipe of e
-
discovery: can
litigants obtain employee social networking Web site
information through e
mployers? 18 CommLaw Conspectus
487
-
516 (2010).


Kozel, Abigail. Student article. Large and in charge of their
employment discrimination destiny: whether obese Americans
now qualify as
disabled under the

Americans with Disabilities
Act Amendments Act o
f 2008. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y
273
-
328 (2009).


Pierotti, Jennifer C. Comment. The

bottom line

: a
smokescreen for the reality that anti
-
tobacco employment
practices are hazardous to minority health and equality. 26 J.
Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 441
-
471 (2010).


ENERGY AND UTILITIES LAW


Genaw, Jillian L. Note. Offshore drilling in the United States
and the expansion of Cuba

s oil program: a discussion of
environmental policy. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 47
-
77
(2010).


Murphy, Patrick J.

Gone fission: federal preemption and the
resurgence of the nuclear industry (the one that almost got
away). 82 Temp. L. Rev. 863
-
889 (2009).


Canada
-
United States Energy, Trade, Security, and Policy. R.
Richard Newcomb, session chair; Michal Moore, sp
eaker. 34
Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 81
-
105 (2010).


The Common Cause Agenda in the Great Lakes

The
Intersection of
Canada
-
United States Trade, Energy,
Environment, and Society in the Great Lakes Basin. Dianne
Anderson, session chair; Mark Shanahan, speaker. 34 Can
.
-
U.S. L.J. 347
-
374 (2010).


ENVIRONMENTAL LAW


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis

Stanford Environmental Law Journal


Davis, Margaret S.

Recent development. Uncertai
nty in
science and policy: calculating the net
climate benefit
of
forestry
-
based offsets. 11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 319
-
349 (2010).


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9

September 17, 2010



Dresser, Sara J. Note. Safeguarding the Arctic from accidental oil
pollution: the need for a binding, region
-
specific shipp
ing regime.
16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 507
-
550 (2010).


Genaw, Jillian L. Note. Offshore drilling in the United States and
the expansion of Cuba

s oil program: a discussion of environmental
policy. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 47
-
77 (2010).


Pottenger, Saman
tha G.

Comment. Biodiversity conservation v.
hydropower dams: can saving the fish save the Mekong River
Basin? 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 111
-
133 (2009).


Note. Uncommon goods: on environmental virtues and voluntary
carbon offsets. 123

Harv. L. Rev. 2065
-
2087 (2010).


Canada
-
United States Energy, Trade, Security, and Policy. R.
Richard Newcomb, session chair; Michal Moore, speaker. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 81
-
105 (2010).


The Common Cause Agenda in the Great Lakes

The Intersection
of
Canada
-
United States Trade, Energy, Environment, and Society
in the Great Lakes Basin. Dianne Anderson, session chair; Mark
Shanahan, speaker. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 347
-
374 (2010).


ESTATES AND TRUSTS


Reif, Catherine M. Student article. A penny saved can be a pe
nalty
earned: nursing homes, Medicaid planning, the Deficit Reduction
Act of 2005, and the problem of transferring assets. 34 N.Y.U. Rev.
L. & Soc. Change 339
-
371 (2010).


Simmons, Thomas E. Decanting and its alternatives: remodeling
and revamping irr
evocable trusts. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 253
-
283 (2010).


Sterk, Stewart E. Rethinking trust law reform: how prudent is
modern prudent investor doctrine? 95 Cornell L. Rev. 851
-
904
(2010).


EVIDENCE


Blank, Aaron. Comment. On the precipe of e
-
discovery: can

litigants obtain employee social networking Web site information
through employers? 18 CommLaw Conspectus 487
-
516 (2010).


Harmon, Roy F., III and

A.G. Harmon. Weighing medical
judgments:
explaining evidentiary preferences for
treating physician
opini
ons in

ERISA cases after
Black & Decker Disability Plan v.
Nord
. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 157
-
186 (2009).


Note. Admitting doubt:
a new standard for scientific evidence. 123
Harv. L. Rev. 2021
-
2042

(2010).


Symposium. The Exclusionary Rule, Intern
ational Perspectives and
Future Implications. Articles by Ellen S. Podgor, Don Stuart,
Stephen C. Thaman and Binyamin Blum. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 299
-
450
(2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


FIRST AME
NDMENT


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Regent University Law Review


Bohannan, Christina. Copyright infringement and
harmless
speech
. 61 Hastings L.J. 1083
-
1159 (2010).


Guzelian, Christopher P. True and
false speech. 51 B.C. L.
Rev. 669
-
718 (2010).


Linser, Alexander F. Note. Losing our religion.
Combs v.
Homer
-
Center School District

and the weakening of the free
exercise guarantee in the wake of
Employment Division v.
Smith
. (
Combs v. Homer
-
Center S
ch. Dist.
, 540 F.3d 231,
2008;
Employment Div., Dep

t o映Human 剥献so映Or. v.
Sm楴h
, 494 U.S. 872, 1990.) 1 Freedom Center J. 119
-
137
(2009).


Mazzotta, Matthew. Note. Balancing act: finding consensus
on standards for unmasking anonymous Internet spea
kers. 51
B.C. L. Rev. 833
-
869 (2010).


Richards, Robert D. Gay labeling and defamation law: have
attitudes toward homosexuality changed enough to modify
reputational torts? 18 CommLaw Conspectus 349
-
374 (2010).


Rienzi, Mark L. The history and constit
utionality of
Maryland

s pregnancy speech regulations. 26 J. Contemp.
Health L. & Pol

y 223
-
252 (2010).


Weber, Travis S. Note. The Free Speech Protection Act of
2009: protection against suppression. 22 Regent U. L. Rev.
481
-
508 (2009
-
2010).


Note. N
ontaxpayer standing, religious favoritism, and the
distribution of government benefits: the outer bounds of the
endorsement test. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1999
-
2020 (2010).


Media and the Law Symposium: When Does Government
Regulation Go Too far? Keynote addr
ess by Judge Andrew P.
Napolitano; panel address by Rep. Trent Franks; articles by
Adam Candeub, Lili Levi, Marvin Ammori, Patrick M. Garry,
Christine Alice Corcos and student Dominic E. Markwordt;
panel participation by Rep. Trent Franks, moderator; Marvi
n
Ammori, Adam Candeub,
Christine Alice Corcos, Patrick M.
Garry and Lili Levi, panelists. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 291
-
451
(2009
-
2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


FOOD AND DRUG LAW


Katz, Jessica G.

Note. Heroin maintenance treatment: its
effectiveness and the legislative changes necessary to
implement it in the U.S. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y
300
-
342 (2010).


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10

September 17, 2010



Mossman, Douglas, M.D. and Jill L. Steinberg. Promoting,
prescribing, and pushi
ng pills: understanding the lessons of
antipsychotic drug litigation. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 263
-
334
(2009).


Osborn, John E. Can I tell you the truth? A

comparative
perspective
on regulating off
-
label scientific and medical
information. 10 Yale

J. Health Pol

y L. & Ethics 299
-
356 (2010).


Phillips, Michael D. Note.
Wyeth v. Levine
: the impact of FDA
approval of drug labeling. (
Wyeth v. Levine
, 129 S. Ct. 1187,
2009.) 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 391
-
426 (2009).


Prebula, Randy J. Note. Th
e promise of personalized medicine:
regulatory controls and tort influences in the

context
of personalized
risks and benefits. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 343
-
372
(2010).


FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT


Cohen, Matthew. Comment. If

I do,


then so should yo
u: an
analysis of state constitutional bans on same
-
sex marriage. 39 Sw.
L. Rev. 365
-
394 (2009).


Howell, Abigail A. Student article. An examination of
Crawford
v. Marion County Election Board
: photo identification
requirements

make
the fundamental r
ight to vote far from

picture
perfect.


(
Crawford v. Marion County Election Board
,
128 S. Ct.

1610, 2008.) 55 S.D. L. Rev. 325
-
355 (2010).


Padfield, Stefan J. Finding state action when corporations govern.
82 Temp. L. Rev. 703
-
736 (2009).


Reimelt, A
lexandra W. Note. An unjust bargain: plea bargains and
waiver of the right to appeal. (
People v. Ventura
, 531 N.Y.S. 2d
526, 1988.) 51 B.C. L. Rev. 871
-
904 (2010).


HEALTH LAW AND POLICY


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

Journal of Contemporary Health Law & Policy

Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics


Geffen, Jon and Lindsay Davis. Minnesota

s healthcare licensing
laws and their hidden impact on the working poor. 31 Hamline J.
Pub. L. & Pol

y 6
3
-
99 (2009).


Kozel, Abigail. Student article. Large and in charge of their
employment discrimination destiny: whether obese Americans now
qualify as
disabled under the

Americans with Disabilities Act
Amendments Act of 2008. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 273
-
328
(2009).


MacGregor, Kathryn. Specialty hospitals: a healthy addition to the
healthcare market? 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 239
-
261 (2009).


Marston, Robert. Note. B.Y.O. heroin: will Canada finally
recognize the fundamental rights of inj
ection drug users by
providing access to safe injection facilities? 38 Ga. J. Int

l &
Comp. L. 405
-
441 (2010).


Perez, Edward J., Christopher C. Shattuck and Taylor E.
Anderson. Substance abuse in America: then and now. 13
Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 365
-
390 (2009).


Reif, Catherine M. Student article. A penny saved can be a
penalty earned: nursing homes, Medicaid planning, the Deficit
Reduction Act of 2005, and the problem of transferring assets.
34 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 339
-
371 (2010).


HOUSI
NG LAW


Bazikyan, Arminé. Comment. Renters: the innocent victims
of the foreclosure mortgage crisis. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 339
-
364
(2009).


Brescia, Raymond H. Line in the sand: progressive lawyering,

master communities,


and a battle for affordable housi
ng in
New York City. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 715
-
763 (2010).


HUMAN RIGHTS LAW


Mafessanti, Miriam.
Corporate misbehavior

& international
law: are there alternatives to

complicity

? 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. &
Bus. 167
-
252 (2010).


Uzunova, Iskra. Note. Roma inte
gration in Europe: why
minority rights are failing. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 283
-
323 (2010).


Wright, Claire. Censoring the censors in the WTO:
reconciling the communitarian and human rights theories of
international law. 3 J. Int

l Media & Ent. L
. 17
-
119 (2010).


IMMIGRATION LAW


Beach, Alaina M. Note. H
-
1B visa legislation: legal
deficiencies and the need for reform. 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus.
273
-
297 (2010).


Keller, Doug.

Why the prior conviction sentencing
enhancements in illegal re
-
entry

cases are unjust and
unjustified (and unreasonable too). 51 B.C. L. Rev. 719
-
768
(2010).


Morgan, Jessica. Cultivating hatred in the cyber
-
sphere. A
feminist analysis of Sheriff Richard Jones


online antics. 1
Freedom Center J. 138
-
153 (2009).


Thomas
, Sosa. Comment.
“Mi casa no es su casa”
: how far
is too far when states and localities take immigration matters
into their own hands. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 103
-
121
(2010).


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INDIAN AND ABORIGINAL LAW


Cobb, Emily Hart. Note. Fifty thousand y
ears old and still fighting
for rights: the continuing struggle of Australia

s indigenous
population. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 375
-
403 (2010).


Florey, Katherine J. Indian Country

s borders: territoriality,
immunity, and the construction of tribal s
overeignty. 51 B.C. L.
Rev. 595
-
668 (2010).


Lewerenz, Dan. National Native American Law Students
Association 9th Annual Writing Competition winner. Historical
context and the survival

of the Jay Treaty
free passage right: a
response to Marcia Yablon
-
Z
ug. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 193
-
223 (2010).


INSURANCE LAW


Inniss, Ashton B. Note. Rethinking political risk insurance:
incentives for investor risk mitigation. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 477
-
505
(2010).


INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW


For more on this sub
ject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

Akron Intellectual Property Journal


Ammori, Marvin. Copyright

s latest communications
policy:
content
-
lock
-
out and

compulsory licensing for Internet television.
18 CommLaw Conspectus 375
-
420 (
2010).


Anderson, Alan M. and Bobak Razavi. The globalization of
intellectual property rights: TRIPS, BITs, and the search for
uniform protection. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 265
-
292 (2010).


Bohannan, Christina. Copyright infringement and
harmless spee
ch
.
61 Hastings L.J. 1083
-
1159 (2010).


Brown, Evan D. Copyright on the semantic Web: divergence of
author and work. 19 Widener L.J. 829
-
842 (2010).


Clifford, Ralph D., Thomas G. Field, Jr. and Jon R. Cavicchi. A
statistical analysis of the patent ba
r: where are the software
-
savvy
patent attorneys? 11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 223
-
268 (2010).


Fluger, Peri. Comment. The end is nigh: will turnaround
agreements lead to Hollywood

s financial demise? 19 Widener L.J.
977
-
1024 (2010).


Jamar, Steven D. Craft
ing copyright law to encourage and protect
user
-
generated content in

the Internet
social networking context. 19
Widener L.J. 843
-
872 (2010).


Underhill, Kristen. Note. Transferring behavioral interventions for
global health: intellectual property barri
ers, information constraints,
and possible solutions. 10 Yale J. Health Pol

y L. & Ethics 357
-
398
(2010).


INTERNATIONAL LAW


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Arizona Journal of International and Comparative

Law

Canada
-
United States Law Journal

Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law

Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law

Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development



Law

Journal

South Carolina Journal of International Law & Busi
ness


Davis, Kenneth B., Jr. The SEC and foreign companies

a
balance of competing interests. 71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 457
-
487
(2010).


Goldstoff, Melissa Goldenberg. Note. Security Council
Resolution 1820: an imperfect
but necessary resolution to
protect c
ivilians

from rape in war zones. 16 Cardozo J.L. &
Gender 491
-
517 (2010).


Koons, Colin. Note. Education on the home front: home
education in the European Union and the need for unified
European policy. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 145
-
174
(2010).


S
amuels, Joel H. How piracy has shaped the relationship
between American law and international law. 59 Am. U. L.
Rev. 1231
-
1265 (2010).


Sterio, Milena. The Somali piracy problem: a global

puzzle
necessitating a global solution. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1449
-
1497
(2010).


Strawbridge, Brian S. Note. A ship without a captain at the
helm: the need for the development and implementation of a
supra
-
national prudential supervisor to oversee the European
Union financial sector. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 111
-
143
(2010).


Underhill, Kristen. Note. Transferring behavioral
interventions for global health: intellectual property barriers,
information constraints, and possible solutions. 10 Yale J.
Health Pol

y L. & Ethics 357
-
398 (2010).


INTERNATIONAL TRADE


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or more on this subject see the
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for:

Canada
-
United States Law Journal


Allen, Karri. Comment. Communications satellites and U.S.
export controls: correcting the balance. 18 CommLaw
Conspectus 463
-
486 (2010).


An
derson, Alan M. and Bobak Razavi. The globalization of
intellectual property rights: TRIPS, BITs, and the search for
uniform protection. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 265
-
292
(2010).


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Bergstrom, Amanda. Comment. Imbalance of power: procedural
inequitie
s within the WTO dispute settlement system. 22 Pac.
McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 93
-
109 (2009).


Feldman, Samuel R. Note. Not
-
so
-
great weight: treaty deference
and the Article 10(a) controversy. (
Kolovrat v. Oregon
, 366 U.S.
187, 1961;
Skidmore v.

Swift & Co.
, 323 U.S. 134, 1944.) 51 B.C.
L. Rev. 797
-
831 (2010).


Gantz, David and Raj Bhala. 2010 WTO Case Review.

27 Ariz. J.
Int

l & Comp. L. 85
-
190 (2010).


Inniss, Ashton B. Note. Rethinking political risk insurance:
incentives for investor ri
sk mitigation. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 477
-
505
(2010).


Martin, Jennifer S. Fighting piracy with private security measures:
when contract law should tell parties to walk the plank. 59 Am. U.
L. Rev. 1363
-
1398 (2010).


Salazar, Alberto R. V. NAFTA Chapter
11,

regulatory
expropriation
, and domestic counter
-
advertising law. 27 Ariz. J.
Int

l & Comp. L. 31
-
82 (2010).


Sikes, Devin S.

Why Congress should expand the subject matter
jurisdiction of the United States Court of International Trade. 6 S.C.
J. Int

l

L. & Bus. 253
-
271 (2010).


Wright, Claire. Censoring the censors in the WTO: reconciling the
communitarian and human rights theories of international law. 3 J.
Int

l Media & Ent. L. 17
-
119 (2010).


Proceedings of the Canada
-
United States Law Institute
Conference
on An Example of Cooperation and Common Cause: Enhancing
Canada
-
United States Security and Prosperity Through the Great
Lakes and North American Trade. Welcoming & opening remarks
by Daniel D. Ujczo and Robert Noble; panel participation by Da
niel
Kolundzic, T. Bradbrooke Smith, R. Richard Newcomb, Catherine
A.Pawluch, Selma Lussenburg, David Crane, Noah Hall, Chios
Carmody, Kendra Fogarty, Dianne Anderson, Bill Hearn and Paul
Meyer, session chairs; Birgit Matthiesen, Paul Storer, Nikita Nanos,

Daniel Desjardins, Craig Reed, Jeff Weedman, Michal Moore,
Praveen Goyal, Catherine A. Pawluch, Bob Williams, Kathryn
Friedman, Ed Wolking, Daniel D. Ujczo, Robert Rawson, James
Blanchard, Michael Kergin, Jessica LeCroy, Murray Clamen, Lorne
Thomas, Capt.
, U.S. Coast Guard, David Naftzger, Noah Hall, M.
Jean Anderson, Richard O. Cunningham, J. Michael Robinson,
David Brooks, Chris A. Shafer, David Ullrich, Kevin Banks, Robert
Strassfeld, Mark Shanahan, Rose Ann DeLeón, Georges Robichon,
Elliot J. Feldman,
John A. Terry, Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, James
P. McIlroy, Donald B. Cameron, Jr., Rep. Dennis Kucinich, Peter V.
Neffenger, Rear Admir., U.S. Coast Guard, Chi Carmody

and Allen
Olson, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 1
-
488 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tables

of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


JUDGES


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for:

Albany Law Review


Devins, Neal. How state supreme courts take consequences
into account: toward a state
-
cent
ered understanding of state
constitutionalism. 62 Stan. L. Rev. 1629
-
1693 (2010).


Ferejohn, John. The lure of large numbers. (Reviewing Cass
R. Sunstein,
A Constitution of Many Minds

and Adrian
Vermeule,
Law and the Limits of Reason
.) 123 Harv. L. Rev
.
1969
-
1997 (2010).


Gillerman, Jonathan D. The Albany nine: recognizing Albany
Law School

s alumni justices of the Third Department. 73 Alb.
L. Rev. 1145
-
1193 (2010).


Lepore, Stefanie A. The

development of the Supreme Court
practice of calling for th
e views of the Solicitor General. 35 J.
Sup. Ct. Hist. 35
-
53 (2010).


Price, Polly J.
Mapp v. Ohio

revisited: a law clerk

s diary.
35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 54
-
70 (2010).


Ross, Jeremy L. A rule of last resort: a history of the doctrine
of the last antece
dent in the United States Supreme Court. 39
Sw. L. Rev. 325
-
337 (2009).


Tobias, Carl W. Postpartisan federal judicial selection. 51
B.C. L. Rev. 769
-
795 (2010).


New York

s Court of Appeals. Articles by Vincent Martin
Bonventre, Matthew
J. Laroche, Ji
llian Kasow, Jeremy A.
Cooney, Sanjeev Devabhakthuni, Peter A. Mancuso, Benjamin
L. Loefke and
Erika L. Winkler
. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 889
-
1143
(2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


The Rise of Appellate Li
tigators and State Solicitors General.
[Symposium transcript.] 29 Rev. Litig. 545
-
727 (2010).


[Tributes to Justice Anthony V. Cardona.] Tributes by
Jonathan Lippman, Thomas E. Mercure, Michael J. Novack
and Michele McKay. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 653
-
674 (2010
).


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Law Reviews
for this journal.)


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JURISDICTION


Davis, Mary J. The

new


presumption against preemption. 61
Hastings L.J. 1217
-
1255 (2010).


Isanga, Joseph M. Countering persistent contemporary sea
piracy:
expanding jurisdictional regimes. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1267
-
1319
(2010).

Murphy, Patrick J. Gone fission: federal preemption and the
resurgence of the nuclear industry (the one that almost got away).
82 Temp. L. Rev. 863
-
889 (2009).


Ressler, Ja
yne S. Plausibly pleading personal jurisdiction. 82
Temp. L. Rev. 627
-
656 (2009).


Sikes, Devin S.

Why Congress should expand the subject matter
jurisdiction of the United States Court of International Trade. 6 S.C.
J. Int

l L. & Bus. 253
-
271 (2010).


Wood, Hon. Diane P.
The Arlin M. and Neysa Adams Lecture in
Constitutional Law
. The changing face of diversity jurisdiction.
82 Temp. L. Rev. 593
-
605 (2009).


JURISPRUDENCE


Harris, Angela P. Turning the angel. The uses of critical legal
history. 1 F
reedom Center J. 45
-
59 (2009).


Guzelian, Christopher P. True and false speech. 51 B.C. L. Rev.
669
-
718 (2010).


Ho, James C. Defending Texas: the Office of the Solicitor General.
29 Rev. Litig. 471
-
509 (2010).


JUVENILES


Kimpel, Amy F.

Using laws t
o protect as a weapon: prosecuting
minors under child pornography laws. 34 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc.
Change 299
-
338 (2010).


Levi, Lili. The FCC

s affirmative speech obligations promoting
child welfare. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 323
-
333 (2009
-
2010).


Nolen, Ti
mothy John. Note. Smacking lesson: how the Council of
Europe

s ban on corporal punishment could serve as a model for the
United States. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 519
-
548 (2010).


LABOR LAW


Beach, Alaina M. Note. H
-
1B visa legislation: legal deficien
cies
and the need for reform. 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus. 273
-
297 (2010).


Dau
-
Schmidt, Kenneth G. and student Benjamin C. Ellis. The
relative bargaining power of employers and unions in the global
information age: a comparative analysis of the United St
ates and
Japan. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 1
-
19 (2010).


Emerging Issues in North
American Trade

Labor Law. Chi
Carmody, session chair; Kevin Banks and Robert Strassfeld,
speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 321
-
345 (2010).


LAW AND SOCIETY


For more on this

subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Chicana/o
-
Latina/o Law Review

Freedom Center Journal

Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy


Belaen, Michael J. Student article. Change we need: why
enacting the Civil Access to Justice A
ct of 2009 is necessary to
expand legal aid for the poor. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y
329
-
366 (2009).


Focht
-
Perlberg, Jessica A. Student article. Two sides of one
coin: repairing the harm and reducing recidivism: a case for
restorative justice in r
eentry in Minnesota and beyond. 31
Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 219
-
271 (2009).


Holland, H. Brian.

Privacy
paradox 2.0. 19 Widener L.J. 893
-
932 (2010).


Pettys, Todd E. Sodom

s shadow: the uncertain line between
public and private morality. 61 Hasting
s L.J. 1161
-
1215
(2010).


Spring 2009
SMRLS Barriers to Justice Symposium.

Articles
by Tom I. Romero II, Bruce A. Beneke, Lucy A. Williams, Jon
Geffen, Lindsay Davis, Steven K. Berenson, Kevin Brown,
Augustine F. Romero and Martin Sean Arce. 31 Hamline J
.
Pub. L. & Pol

y 1
-
217 (2009).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS


Basbaum, Jesse P. Note. Inequitable sentencing for possession
of child pornography:

a failure
to distin
guish voyeurs from
pederasts. 61 Hastings L.J. 1281
-
1305 (2010).


Beck, Jeffrey R. Student article.
Arizona v. Gant
:
heightening a person

s expectation of privacy in a motor
vehicle following searches incident to arrest. (
Arizona v.
Gant
, 129 S. Ct.
1710, 2009;
New York v. Belton
, 453 U.S.
454, 1986.)

55 S.D. L. Rev. 299
-
324 (2010).


Focht
-
Perlberg, Jessica A. Student article. Two sides of one
coin: repairing the harm and reducing recidivism: a case for
restorative justice in reentry in Minnesota

and beyond. 31
Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 219
-
271 (2009).


Kaiser, Christopher A. Note. Is prisoner abuse a trifle?
Restrictions on

prisoners


constitutional rights and human
dignity in ... (
Leary v. Livingston County
, 528 F.3d 438,
2008.) 1 Freedom

Center J. 95
-
118 (2009).


Keller, Doug.

Why the prior conviction sentencing
enhancements in illegal re
-
entry cases are unjust and
unjustified (and unreasonable too). 51 B.C. L. Rev. 719
-
768
(2010).


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Kraemer, John D. Screening of prisoners for HIV: pub
lic health,
legal, and ethical implications. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 187
-
237 (2009).


Marsico, Edward M., Jr. Social

networking
websites: are
MySpace
and Facebook the fingerprints

of

the twenty
-
first century? 19
Widener L.J. 967
-
976 (2010).


Morga
n, Jessica. Cultivating hatred in the cyber
-
sphere. A feminist
analysis of Sheriff Richard Jones


online antics. 1 Freedom Center
J. 138
-
153 (2009).


LAW OF THE SEA


For more on this subject see the
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Law Reviews
for:

America
n University Law Review


Amestoy, Jeffrey L. The Supreme Court argument that saved the
Union: Richard Henry Dana, Jr. and the
Prize Cases
. 35 J. Sup. Ct.
Hist. 10
-
24 (2010).


Dresser, Sara J. Note. Safeguarding the Arctic from accidental oil
pollution
: the need for a binding, region
-
specific shipping regime.
16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 507
-
550 (2010).


Troubled Waters: Combating Maritime Piracy with the Rule of
Law. Foreword by José Luis Jesus; articles by Peter T. Leeson,
Joel H. Samuels, Joseph M. Isanga
, James Thuo Gathii, Jennifer S.
Martin, Geoffrey Christopher Rapp, Lawrence
Rutkowski, Bruce G.
Paulson, Jonathan D. Stoian and Milena

Sterio. 59 Am. U. L. Rev.
1213
-
1497 (2010).


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Reviews
for this j
ournal.)


LEGAL EDUCATION


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Law Reviews
for:

Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal


Deo, Meera E
., Maria Woodruff

and Rican Vue. Paint by number?
How the race and gender o
f law school faculty affect the first
-
year
curriculum. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 1
-
41 (2010).


Gillerman, Jonathan D. The Albany nine: recognizing Albany Law
School

s alumni justices of the Third Department. 73 Alb. L. Rev.
1145
-
1193 (2010).


Sympo
sium: Experiential Education in China: Curricular Reform,
The Role of the Lawyer and the Rule of Law. Introduction by Brian
K. Landsberg; articles by David F. Chavkin, Julie A. Davies,
Qingjiang

Kong, Brian K. Landsberg, Elliott S. Milstein, Shuzhong
L
i, Shiwen Zhou and Su Li Zhu. 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. &
Dev. L.J. 1
-
91 (2009).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


LEGAL HISTORY


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Indexed Law Rev
iews
for:

Journal of Supreme Court History


Berenson, Steven K. Legal services for
struggling veterans

then and now. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 101
-
141

(2009).


Clark, Bradford R. The Eleventh Amendment and the nature of
the Union. 123 Harv. L. Rev.

1817
-
1918 (2010).


Hall, Rebecca. Not killing me softly. African American
women, slave revolts, and historical constructions of racialized
gender. 1 Freedom Center J. 1
-
44 (2009).


Harris, Angela P. Turning the angel. The uses of critical legal
histo
ry. 1 Freedom Center J. 45
-
59 (2009).


Hutchinson, Dennis J.
Lincoln the “dictator
.


55 S.D. L. Rev.
284
-
298 (2010).


Katz, Jonathan G. Reviewing the SEC, reinvigorating the SEC.
71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 489
-
516 (2010).


Romero, Tom I. II and Bruce A. Bene
ke. 100 years strong:
Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services and the on
-
going
pursuit for equal rights and equal justice. 31 Hamline J. Pub.
L. & Pol

y 1
-
46 (2009).


Ross, Jeremy L. A rule of last resort: a history of the doctrine
of the last ante
cedent in the United States Supreme Court. 39
Sw. L. Rev. 325
-
337 (2009).


Samuels, Joel H. How piracy has shaped the relationship
between American law and international law. 59 Am. U. L.
Rev. 1231
-
1265 (2010).


Schiller, Reuel. Law, liberalism,
and th
e new history of the
Civil Rights

Movement. (Reviewing Thomas J. Sugrue,
Sweet
Land of Liberty: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in the
North
.) 61 Hastings L.J. 1257
-
1280 (2010).


Tramont, Edmund

C. and Shant S. Boyajian. Learning from
history:

what the public health response to

syphilis
teaches us
about HIV/AIDS. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 253
-
299
(2010).


LEGAL PROFESSION


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Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Review of Litigation

Hamline Journa
l of Public Law and Policy


Angell, Hon. M. Faith and John J. O

Brien. Cognizing the
second agenda: the importance of
acknowledging perspective

when counseling clients in employment law. 82 Temp. L. Rev.
607
-
625 (2009).


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15

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Belaen, Michael J. Student art
icle. Change we need: why enacting
the Civil Access to Justice Act of 2009 is necessary to expand legal
aid for the poor. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 329
-
366 (2009).


Fischer, Brandon James. Note.
Outsourcing
legal services, in
-
sourcing ethical issu
es: an examination of the ethical considerations
arising from the practice of outsourcing legal services abroad. 16
Sw. J. Int

l L. 451
-
476 (2010).


Krillion, Victoria L. Comment. No points for the assist? A closer
look at the role of Special Assistan
t United States Attorneys in the
cooperative model of federal prosecutions. 82 Temp. L. Rev. 789
-
825 (2009).


Norgren, Jill. Ladies of legend: the first generation of American
women attorneys. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 71
-
90 (2010).


Spring 2009
SMRLS Barri
ers to Justice Symposium.

Articles by
Tom I. Romero II, Bruce A. Beneke, Lucy A. Williams, Jon Geffen,
Lindsay Davis, Steven K. Berenson, Kevin Brown, Augustine F.
Romero and Martin Sean Arce. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 1
-
217 (2009).


(For contents se
e the
Tables of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


The Rise of Appellate Litigators and State Solicitors General.
Articles by James C. Ho, Thomas G. Hungar, Nikesh Jindal and
Stephen R. McAllister. 29 Rev. Litig. 471
-
727 (2010).


(For co
ntents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


LEGISLATION


Colburn, Jamison E. Agency interpretations. 82 Temp. L. Rev.
657
-
701 (2009).


Devabhakthuni, Sanjeev. How to win the Read vote: a profile of
the statutory interp
retation method of

Associate Judge Susan P.
Read
from a practical viewpoint. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 993
-
1017 (2010).


Ross, Jeremy L. A rule of last resort: a history of the doctrine of
the last antecedent in the United States Supreme Court. 39 Sw. L.
Rev. 32
5
-
337 (2009).


MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

Michigan State University Journal of Medicine and Law


Prebula, Randy J. Note. The promise of personalized medicine:
regulatory control
s and tort influences in the

context
of personalized
risks and benefits. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 343
-
372
(2010).


Stone
-
Manista, Krista. In the manner prescribed by the state:
potential challenges to state
-
enforced hospital limitations on
child
birth options. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 469
-
489 (2010).


MILITARY, WAR AND PEACE


Berenson, Steven K. Legal services for
struggling veterans

then and now. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 101
-
141

(2009).


Cheng, Tai
-
Heng and
Eduardas Valaitis.

Shaping
a
n Obama
doctrine of preemptive force. 82 Temp. L. Rev. 737
-
788
(2009).


Gathii, James Thuo. The use of force, freedom of commerce,
and double standards in prosecuting pirates in Kenya. 59 Am.
U. L. Rev. 1321
-
1361 (2010).


Goldstoff, Melissa Goldenberg.

Note. Security Council
Resolution 1820: an imperfect
but necessary resolution to
protect civilians

from rape in war zones. 16 Cardozo J.L. &
Gender 491
-
517 (2010).


Walsh, Frank M. The Honduran Constitution is not a suicide
pact: the legality of Hond
uran President Manuel Zelaya

s
removal. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 339
-
373 (2010).


MOTOR VEHICLES


Beck, Jeffrey R. Student article.
Arizona v. Gant
:
heightening a person

s expectation of privacy in a motor
vehicle following searches incident to arres
t. (
Arizona v.
Gant
, 129 S. Ct. 1710, 2009;
New York v. Belton
, 453 U.S.
454, 1986.)

55 S.D. L. Rev. 299
-
324 (2010).



NATURAL RESOURCES LAW


Gerson, Zachary H. The unrealized
authority of the

Fish and
Wildlife Service to protect national wildlife refug
es from
surface disturbance due to private mineral rights. 29 Stan.
Envtl. L.J. 181
-
245 (2010).


Joly, Julie Lurman, Joel Reynolds and Martin Robards.
Recognizing when the

best scientific data available


isn

t. 29
Stan. Envtl. L.J. 247
-
282 (2010).


Po
ttenger, Samantha G.

Comment. Biodiversity conservation
v. hydropower dams: can saving the fish save the Mekong
River Basin? 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 111
-
133 (2009).


OIL, GAS, AND MINERAL LAW


Genaw, Jillian L. Note. Offshore drillin
g in the United States
and the expansion of Cuba

s oil program: a discussion of
environmental policy. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 47
-
77
(2010).


Gerson, Zachary H. The unrealized
authority of the

Fish and
Wildlife Service to protect national wildlife

refuges from
surface disturbance due to private mineral rights. 29 Stan.
Envtl. L.J. 181
-
245 (2010).


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POLITICS


Howell, Abigail A. Student article. An examination of
Crawford
v. Marion County Election Board
: photo identification
requirements

make
the

fundamental right to vote far from

picture
perfect.


(
Crawford v. Marion County Election Board
,
128 S. Ct.

1610, 2008.) 55 S.D. L. Rev. 325
-
355 (2010).


Inniss, Ashton B. Note. Rethinking political risk insurance:
incentives for investor risk mitig
ation. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 477
-
505
(2010).


Pettys, Todd E. Sodom

s shadow: the uncertain line between public
and private morality. 61 Hastings L.J. 1161
-
1215 (2010).


Tobias, Carl W. Postpartisan federal judicial selection. 51 B.C. L.
Rev. 769
-
795 (2
010).


PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE


For more on this subject see the
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Law Reviews
for:

Review of Litigation


Blank, Aaron. Comment. On the precipe of e
-
discovery: can
litigants obtain employee social networking Web site informati
on
through employers? 18 CommLaw Conspectus 487
-
516 (2010).


Bright, Hon. Myron H. The case of William Dick: Ransom County,
North Dakota. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 25
-
34 (2010).


Chen, Chung
-
Lin. In search of a new approach of information
privacy judicial

review: interpreting No. 603 of Taiwan

s
Constitutional Court as a guide. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 21
-
45 (2010).


Connors, Patrick M. CPLR 3126 conditional orders requiring
disclosure

can

t get no respect.


73 Alb. L. Rev. 853
-
888 (2010).


Depoo
rter, Ben. Law in the shadow of bargaining: the feedback
effect of civil settlements. 95 Cornell L. Rev. 957
-
987 (2010).


Feldman, Samuel R. Note. Not
-
so
-
great weight: treaty deference
and the Article 10(a) controversy. (
Kolovrat v. Oregon
, 366 U.S.

187, 1961;
Skidmore v. Swift & Co.
, 323 U.S. 134, 1944.) 51 B.C.
L. Rev. 797
-
831 (2010).


Higgitt, John R.
A nullity or
not?

The status of a default judgment
entered absent
compliance with CPLR 3215(f)
. 73 Alb. L. Rev.
807
-
828 (2010).


Lepore, Stefanie

A. The

development of the Supreme Court
practice of calling for the views of the Solicitor General. 35 J. Sup.
Ct. Hist. 35
-
53 (2010).


Moberly, Michael D. and Carolyn F. Burr. Enforcing forum
selection clauses in state court. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 265
-
324 (
2009).


Ressler, Jayne S. Plausibly pleading personal jurisdiction. 82
Temp. L. Rev. 627
-
656 (2009).


Shoot, Brian J. Dependent upon the kindness of strangers: the
circumstances in which a non
-
appellant may
be awarded
affirmative relief
in the New York

courts. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 829
-
852 (2010).


Stewart, Julie Fukes. Note.

Litigation is not ping
-
pong,


except when it is: resolving the Westfall Act

s circularity
problem. (
Foster v. Hill
, 2008 WL 4442605, 2008.) 95
Cornell L. Rev. 1021
-
1049 (2010).


P
RESIDENT/EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT


Allen, Karri. Comment. Communications satellites and U.S.
export controls: correcting the balance. 18 CommLaw
Conspectus 463
-
486 (2010).


Briffault, Richard.
Skelos v. Paterson
: the surprisingly strong
case for the Gove
rnor

s surprising power to appoint a lieutenant
governor. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 675
-
700 (2010).


Cheng, Tai
-
Heng and
Eduardas Valaitis.

Shaping
an Obama
doctrine of preemptive force. 82 Temp. L. Rev. 737
-
788
(2009).


Hutchinson, Dennis J.
Lincoln the “dictat
or
.


55 S.D. L. Rev.
284
-
298 (2010).


Krillion, Victoria L. Comment. No points for the assist? A
closer look at the role of Special Assistant United States
Attorneys in the cooperative model of federal prosecutions. 82
Temp. L. Rev. 789
-
825 (2009).


L
epore, Stefanie A. The

development of the Supreme Court
practice of calling for the views of the Solicitor General. 35 J.
Sup. Ct. Hist. 35
-
53 (2010).


Tobias, Carl W. Postpartisan federal judicial selection. 51
B.C. L. Rev. 769
-
795 (2010).


PRODUCTS L
IABILITY


Goldberg, John C.P. and Benjamin C. Zipursky. The easy case
for products liability law: a response to professors Polinsky
and Shavell. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1919
-
1948 (2010).


Polinsky, A. Mitchell and Steven Shavell. A skeptical attitude
about
product liability
is

justified: a reply to Professors
Goldberg and Zipursky. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1949
-
1968 (2010).


PROFESSIONAL ETHICS


Fischer, Brandon James. Note.
Outsourcing
legal services, in
-
sourcing ethical issues: an examination of the ethical
considerations arising from the practice of outsourcing legal
services abroad. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 451
-
476 (2010).


Van Patten, Jonathan K.
Suing the prosecutor
. 55 S.D. L. Rev.
214
-
252 (2010).


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17

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PROPERTY

PERSONAL AND REAL


DaCunha, Nelson. Virtual pro
perty, real concerns. 4 Akron Intell.
Prop. J. 35
-
72 (2010).


Stern, Stephanie M. The inviolate home: housing exceptionalism in
the Fourth Amendment. 95 Cornell L. Rev. 905
-
956 (2010).


PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY


Dunn, Sarah E. Note. Mental block: t
he challenges awaiting a
mentally impaired claimant when applying for Social Security
disability benefits. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 453
-
479 (2009
-
2010).


Mossman, Douglas, M.D. and Jill L. Steinberg. Promoting,
prescribing, and pushing pills: understanding

the lessons of
antipsychotic drug litigation. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 263
-
334
(2009).


RELIGION


Eaton, R. Vance. Note. Thinly veiled: institutional messages in the
language of secularism in public schools in France and the United
States. 6 S.C.

J. Int

l L. & Bus. 299
-
333 (2010).


Hamoudi, Haider Ala. The death of Islamic law. 38 Ga. J. Int

l &
Comp. L. 293
-
337 (2010).


Knoll, Jonathan A. Note. Here I stand: an assessment of President
George W. Bush

s call for international religious freedo
m in a 21st
century People

s Republic of China. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev.
79
-
109 (2010).


Linser, Alexander F. Note. Losing our religion.
Combs v. Homer
-
Center School District

and the weakening of the free exercise
guarantee in the wake of
Employme
nt Division v. Smith
. (
Combs
v. Homer
-
Center Sch. Dist.
, 540 F.3d 231, 2008;
Employment
Div., Dep

琠o映Human Re献so映Or. v. Sm楴h
, 494 U.S. 872, 1990.)
1 Freedom Center J. 119
-
137 (2009).


Pettys, Todd E. Sodom

s shadow: the uncertain line between pub
lic
and private morality. 61 Hastings L.J. 1161
-
1215 (2010).


Note. Nontaxpayer standing, religious favoritism, and the
distribution of government benefits: the outer bounds of the
endorsement test. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1999
-
2020 (2010).


Sacred: Religio
n, Sexuality, and the Law. [Symposium transcript.]
16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 637
-
699 (2010).


RETIREMENT SECURITY


Goodley, James. Comment. The effect of
Metropolitan Life v.
Glenn

on ERISA benefit denials: time for the

treating physician
rule.


26 J
. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 403
-
440 (2010).


Harmon, Roy F., III and

A.G. Harmon. Weighing medical
judgments:
explaining evidentiary preferences for
treating physician
opinions in

ERISA cases after
Black & Decker Disability Plan v.
Nord
. 13 Mich. St.
U. J. Med. & L. 157
-
186 (2009).


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology

Widener Law Journal


Ammori, Marvin. Copyright

s latest communications
pol
icy:
content
-
lock
-
out and

compulsory licensing for Internet
television. 18 CommLaw Conspectus 375
-
420 (2010).


Ammori, Marvin. Strange bedfellows: network neutrality

s
unifying influence. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 335
-
345 (2009
-
2010).


Carney, Jim, et al.

Overview of the National Broadband Plan.
18 CommLaw Conspectus 517
-
553 (2010).


DaCunha, Nelson. Virtual property, real concerns. 4 Akron
Intell. Prop. J. 35
-
72 (2010).


Matlach, Nicholas. Comment. Who let the
Katz
out? How the
ECPA and SCA fail to a
pply to modern digital communications
and how

returning to
the principles in
Katz v. United States

will fix it. (
Katz v. United States
, 389 U.S. 347, 1967.) 18
CommLaw Conspectus 421
-
461 (2010).


McBrearty, Brian J. Comment. Who

s responsible? Website

immunity under the Communications Decency Act and the
partial creation or development of online content. 82 Temp. L.
Rev. 827
-
862 (2009).


Zieglowsky, Ali Grace. Note. Immoral immunity: using a
totality of the circumstances approach to narrow the scop
e of
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. (
Fair
Housing Council v. Roomates.com, LLC
, 521 F.3d 1157,
2008.) 61 Hastings L.J. 1307
-
1332 (2010).


Note. Admitting doubt:
a new standard for scientific evidence.
123 Harv. L. Rev. 2021
-
2042

(2010)
.


Symposium. Internet Expression in the 21st Century: Where
Technology & Law Collide. Introduction by Michael R.
Dimino, Sr., Tonya M. Evans and Nicole M. Santo; articles by
James Grimmelmann, Evan D. Brown, Steven D. Jamar,
Raymond Shih Ray Ku, H. Bri
an Holland, Laurie L. Baughman
and Edward M. Marsico, Jr. 19 Widener L.J. 789
-
976 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


The Future of the Canada
-
United States Relationship

Innovation and Technology.
Catherine A. Pawluch, session
chair; Praveen Goyal, Catherine A. Pawluch and Bob Williams,
speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 107
-
134 (2010).


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18

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SECURITIES LAW


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for:

University of Pittsbur
gh Law Review

Stanford Law Review


Bhupathi, Tara. Recent development. Technology

s latest market
manipulator? High frequency trading: the strategies, tools, risks,
and responses. 11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 377
-
400 (2010).


Wisenbaker, Clark T. Note. Japa
n

s Financial Instruments and
Exchange Law: Hercules or Hydra? 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L.
473
-
509 (2010).


Symposium. Is Delaware

s Antitakeover Statute Unconstitutional?
Article by Guhan Subramanian, Steven Herscovici and Brian
Barbetta, responses by
Eileen T. Nugent, A Gilchrist Sparks, III,
Helen Bowers, Stephen P. Lamb, Jeffrey M. Gorris, Gregg A. Jarrell
and Larry E. Ribstein; reply by Guhan Subramanian, Steven
Herscovici and Brian Barbetta. 65 Bus. Law. 685
-
808 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tabl
es of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


Survey

Federal Regulation of Securities.
Annual Review of
Federal
Securities Regulation. By the Subcommittee on Annual
Review, Committee on Federal Regulation of Securities, ABA
Section of Busines
s Law. 65 Bus. Law. 887
-
1021 (2010).


The Past, Present, and Future of the Securities and Exchange
Commission. Articles by Donna M. Nagy, Jayne W. Barnard,
Donald C. Langevoort, Kenneth B. Davis, Jr., Jonathan G. Katz,
Erik R. Sirri, Douglas M. Branson,
Robert B. Thompson, Claire A.
Hill, Renee M. Jones and Chester S. Spatt. 71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 361
-
639 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed Law
Reviews
for this journal.)


SEXUALITY AND THE LAW


Basbaum, Jesse P. Note. Inequitable
sentencing for possession of
child pornography:

a failure
to distinguish voyeurs from pederasts.
61 Hastings L.J. 1281
-
1305 (2010).


Cohen, Matthew. Comment. If

I do,


then so should you: an
analysis of state constitutional bans on same
-
sex marriage
. 39 Sw.
L. Rev. 365
-
394 (2009).


Goldstoff, Melissa Goldenberg. Note. Security Council Resolution
1820: an imperfect
but necessary resolution to protect civilians

from rape in war zones. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 491
-
517 (2010).


Kaplan, Roberta. The

Court of Appeals’s

decision in
Godfrey v.
Spano
: a troubling exercise of indecision. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 701
-
714
(2010).


Parker, Frederick R. Federal income tax policy and abortion in
the United States. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 335
-
364
(2009).


Rich
ards, Robert D. Gay labeling and defamation law: have
attitudes toward homosexuality changed enough to modify
reputational torts? 18 CommLaw Conspectus 349
-
374 (2010).


Rienzi, Mark L. The history and constitutionality of
Maryland

s pregnancy speech re
gulations. 26 J. Contemp.
Health L. & Pol

y 223
-
252 (2010).


Woods, Jordan Blair. Gay
-
straight alliances and sanctioning
pretextual discrimination under the Equal Access Act. 34
N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 373
-
425 (2010).


Sacred: Religion, Sexuality,

and the Law. [Symposium
transcript.] 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 637
-
699 (2010).


SOCIAL WELFARE


Dunn, Sarah E. Note. Mental block: the challenges awaiting a
mentally impaired claimant when applying for Social Security
disability benefits. 22 Regent U
. L. Rev. 453
-
479 (2009
-
2010).


Tyrrell, James E., III
. Note. Non
-
profits under fire: the effects
of

minimal
charity care requirements legislation on not
-
for
-
profit hospitals. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 373
-
402
(2010).


STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMEN
T LAW


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Contents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Review of Litigation


Briffault, Richard.
Skelos v. Paterson
: the surprisingly strong
case for the Governor

s surprising power to appoint a lieutenant
governor. 73 Al
b. L. Rev. 675
-
700 (2010).


Dernbach, John C., Robert B. McKinstry Jr. and Thomas D.
Peterson. Making the states full partners in a national climate
change effort: a necessary element for sustainable economic
development. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analys
is 10597
-
10609 (2010).


Salkin, Patricia E. Cooperative federalism and climate change:
new meaning to

think globally

act locally.


40 Envtl. L.
Rep. News & Analysis 10562
-
10571 (2010).

Thomas, Sosa. Comment.
“Mi casa no es su casa”
: how far
is too f
ar when states and localities take immigration matters
into their own hands. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 103
-
121
(2010).


The Rise of Appellate Litigators and State Solicitors General.
Articles by James C. Ho, Thomas G. Hungar, Nikesh Jindal
and Stephe
n R. McAllister. 29 Rev. Litig. 471
-
727 (2010).


(For contents see the
Tables of Contents of Indexed
Law Reviews
for this journal.)


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19

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TAXATION

ESTATE AND GIFT


Simmons, Thomas E. Decanting and its alternatives: remodeling
and revamping irrevocable trust
s. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 253
-
283 (2010).


TAXATION

FEDERAL INCOME


Parker, Frederick R. Federal income tax policy and abortion in the
United States. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 335
-
364 (2009).


TAXATION

STATE AND LOCAL


Gordon, Michael R. Recent developmen
t. Up the Amazon without
a paddle: examining state taxes
, entity
isolation, and the

affiliate
tax.


11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 299
-
318 (2010).


TORTS


Bartlett, Peter. Privacy Down Under. 3 J. Int

l Media & Ent. L.
145
-
173 (2010).


Maytal, Itai. Libel l
essons

from across
the pond: what British
courts can learn from the United States


chilling experience with the

multiple publication rule


in traditional media and the Internet. 3 J.
Int

l Media & Ent. L. 121
-
143 (2010).


Windon, James. Fee shifting in

libel litigation: how the American
approach to costs allocation inhibits the achievement of libel law

s
substantive goals. 3 J. Int

l Media & Ent. L. 175
-
194 (2010).


TRADE REGULATION


Horton, Thomas J. Fixing merger litigation

fixes

: reforming
the
litigation
of proposed merger remedies under
Section 7 of the
Clayton

Act. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 165
-
213 (2010).


Koutsky, Thomas M. and Lawrence J. Spiwak. Separating politics
from policy in FCC merger reviews: a basic legal primer of the

public interest


standard. 18 CommLaw Conspectus 329
-
347
(2010).


WATER LAW


Canada
-
United States Relations from the International Boundary
Waters Treaty, the Auto Pact, the Free Trade Agreement, the North
American Free Trade Agreement, the Security and Prosperity
Partner
ship, and Beyond: Lessons Learned. David Crane, session
chair; James Blanchard, Michael Kergin and Jessica LeCroy,
speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 165
-
192 (2010).


Emerging Legal Issues in the Great Lakes Such as the Public Trust
Doctrine, Subterranean Rig
hts and Municipal Regulatory
Arrangements. Kendra Fogarty, session chair; David Brooks, Chris
A. Shafer and David Ullrich, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 279
-
319
(2010).


Great Lakes Emerging Legal Issues Regarding the International
Boundary Waters Treaty
and the Great Lakes Water Quality
Agreement. Noah Hall, session chair; Murray Clamen, Lorne
Thomas, Capt., U.S. Coast Guard, David Naftzger and Noah
Hall, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 193
-
235 (2010).


WOMEN


For more on this subject see the
Tables of Cont
ents of
Indexed Law Reviews
for:

Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender


Hall, Rebecca. Not killing me softly. African American
women, slave revolts, and historical constructions of racialized
gender. 1 Freedom Center J. 1
-
44 (2009).


Montoya, Margaret and Chr
istine Zuni Cruz. Narrative braids.
Performing racial literacy. 1 Freedom Center J. 60
-
94 (2009).


Morgan, Jessica. Cultivating hatred in the cyber
-
sphere. A
feminist analysis of Sheriff Richard Jones


online antics. 1
Freedom Center J. 138
-
153 (2009
).


Norgren, Jill. Ladies of legend: the first generation of
American women attorneys. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 71
-
90 (2010).


Rienzi, Mark L. The history and constitutionality of
Maryland

s pregnancy speech regulations. 26 J. Contemp.
Health L. & Pol

y 2
23
-
252 (2010).



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4 AKRON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY JOURNAL,

NO. 1, PP. 1
-
169
, 2010.


Cunningham, Robert. The tragedy of (ignoring) the
information semicommons: a cultural environmental
perspective. 4 Akron Intell
. Prop. J. 1
-
33 (2010).


DaCunha, Nelson. Virtual property, real concerns. 4 Akron
Intell. Prop. J. 35
-
72 (2010).


Harchuck, Kimberly A. Fashion design protection: the eternal

plight
of the

soft sculpture.


4 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 73
-
118
(2010).


Ha
rmer, Rob.

Comment. Construing patent claims in light of
the specification versus

importing
claim limitations from the
specification: is there any difference? (
Renishaw
PLC v.
Marposs Societa’ per Azioni
, 158 F.3d 1243, 1998;
Nystrom
v. TREX Co.
, 424
F.3d 1136, 2005.) 4 Akron Intell. Prop. J.
119
-
155 (2010).


Ludwig, Peter. Student article. How (not) to discourage the
unscrupulous copyist. 4 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 157
-
169 (2010).



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20

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73 ALBANY LAW REVIEW,

NO. 3, PP.

645
-
1193, 2010.


Laroche, Matthe
w J. and Peter M. McCormack.
New York Appeals
:
a new tradition. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 645
-
652 (2010).


[Tributes to Justice Anthony V. Cardona.] 73 Alb. L. Rev. 653
-
674
(2010).


Lippman, Jonathan. A tribute to Presiding Justice Anthony V.
Cardona: a great
jurist and

dynamic leader
of the Appellate
Division, Third Department. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 653
-
658 (2010).


Mercure, Thomas E. A tribute to Presiding Justice Anthony V.
Cardona: the core values of courtesy and respect displayed in
jurisprudence and court ad
ministration. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 659
-
664 (2010).


Novack, Michael J. A tribute to Presiding Justice Anthony V.
Cardona: vision and resolve. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 665
-
668 (2010).


McKay, Michele. A tribute to Presiding Justice Anthony V.
Cardona:
a jurist who
has always sought

to

do the right thing


in the law and in life. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 669
-
674 (2010).


Briffault, Richard.
Skelos v. Paterson
: the surprisingly strong case
for the Governor

s surprising power to appoint a lieutenant
governor. 73 Alb. L. Rev
. 675
-
700 (2010).


Kaplan, Roberta. The Court of Appeals’s

decision in
Godfrey v.
Spano
: a troubling exercise of indecision. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 701
-
714
(2010).


Brescia, Raymond H. Line in the sand: progressive lawyering,

master communities,


and a batt
le for affordable housing in New
York City. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 715
-
763 (2010).


Pierce, Alan J. If the system is not working let

s fix it: why seven
judges are better than one for deciding criminal leave applications at
the Court of Appeals. 73 Alb. L. Re
v. 765
-
806 (2010).


Higgitt, John R.
A nullity or
not?

The status of a default judgment
entered absent
compliance with CPLR 3215(f)
. 73 Alb. L. Rev.
807
-
828 (2010).


Shoot, Brian J. Dependent upon the kindness of strangers: the
circumstances in which a

non
-
appellant may
be awarded affirmative
relief
in the New York courts. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 829
-
852 (2010).


Connors, Patrick M. CPLR 3126 conditional orders requiring
disclosure

can

t get no respect.


73 Alb. L. Rev. 853
-
888 (2010).


New York

s Court of
Appeals. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 889
-
1143 (2010).


Bonventre, Vincent Martin. Toward the Lippman Court: flux
and transition at New York

s Court of Appeals. 73 Alb. L. Rev.
889
-
924 (2010).


Laroche, Matthew J. Chief

Judge Jonathan Lippman: a new
era. 73 Alb.

L. Rev. 925
-
952 (2010).


Kasow, Jillian
. Judge Carmen Beauchamp

Ciparick: a
glimpse into the Senior Associate Judge

s judicial
philosophy through her dissents. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 953
-
970
(2010).


Cooney, Jeremy A. Judge Victoria A. Graffeo: committed,
c
onservative, collegial. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 971
-
991 (2010).


Devabhakthuni, Sanjeev. How to win the Read vote: a
profile of the statutory interpretation method of

Associate
Judge Susan P. Read
from a practical viewpoint. 73 Alb.
L. Rev. 993
-
1017 (2010).


M
ancuso, Peter A. The independent jurist: an analysis of
Judge Robert S. Smith

s dissenting opinions. 73 Alb. L.
Rev. 1019
-
1080 (2010).


Loefke, Benjamin L. The pert per
pender: Associate Judge
Eugene F.
Pigott, Jr.

s
journey from Buffalo to Rochester
a
nd Albany. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 1081
-
1107 (2010).


Winkler, Erika L. Theodore T. Jones, the defendant

s
champion: reviewing a sample of Judge Jones

s criminal
jurisprudence. 73 Alb. L. Rev. 1109
-
1143 (2010).


Gillerman, Jonathan D. The Albany nine: recogn
izing Albany
Law School

s alumni justices of the Third Department. 73 Alb.
L. Rev. 1145
-
1193 (2010).



59 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW,

NO. 5, JUNE, 2010.


Troubled Waters: Combating Maritime Piracy with the Rule of
Law. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1213
-
1497
(2010).


Jesus, José Luis. Foreword. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1213
-
1217
(2010).


Leeson, Peter T. Rationality, pirates, and the law: a
retrospective. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1219
-
1230 (2010).


Samuels, Joel H. How piracy has shaped the relationship
between Americ
an law and international law. 59 Am. U. L.
Rev. 1231
-
1265 (2010).


Isanga, Joseph M. Countering persistent contemporary sea
piracy: expanding jurisdictional regimes. 59 Am. U. L.
Rev. 1267
-
1319 (2010).


Gathii, James Thuo. The use of force, freedom of

commerce, and double standards in prosecuting pirates in
Kenya. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1321
-
1361 (2010).


Martin, Jennifer S. Fighting piracy with private security
measures: when contract law should tell parties to walk the
plank. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1363
-
13
98 (2010).


Rapp, Geoffrey Christopher. Salvage awards on the Somali
Coast: who pays for public and private rescue efforts in
piracy crises? 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1399
-
1423 (2010).


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Rutkowski, Lawrence
, Bruce G. Paulson and Jonathan D.
Stoian. Mugged twice
?: payment of ransom on the high seas.
59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1425
-
1448 (2010).


Sterio, Milena. The Somali piracy problem: a global

puzzle
necessitating a global solution. 59 Am. U. L. Rev. 1449
-
1497
(2010).


Notice of erratum.
59 Am. U. L. Rev. unpaged

(2010).



27 ARIZONA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND
COMPARATIVE LAW, NO. 1, SPRING, 2010.


Pryor, C. Scott. Clear rules still produce fuzzy results:
impossibility in
Indian

contract law. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 1
-
30 (2010).


Salazar, Alberto R. V.
NAFTA Chapter 11,

regulatory
expropriation
, and domestic counter
-
advertising law. 27 Ariz. J.
Int

l & Comp. L. 31
-
82 (2010).


Ponoroff, Lawrence. 2010 WTO C
ase Review. Introduction. 27
Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 83

(2010).


Gantz, David and Raj Bhala.
2010 WTO Case Review.

27 Ariz. J.
Int

l & Comp. L. 85
-
190 (2010).


National Native American Law Students Association 9th Annual
Writing Competition. Introduction. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 191

(2010).


Lewerenz, Dan. National Native American Law Stud
ents
Association 9th Annual Writing Competition winner. Historical
context and the survival

of the Jay Treaty
free passage right: a
response to Marcia Yablon
-
Zug. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 193
-
223 (2010).


Martin, Aaron T. Note. Homeschooling in Ge
rmany and the United
States. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 225
-
282 (2010).


Uzunova, Iskra. Note. Roma integration in Europe: why minority
rights are failing. 27 Ariz. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 283
-
323 (2010).



51 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW,

NO. 3, MAY, 201
0.


Florey, Katherine J. Indian Country

s borders: territoriality,
immunity, and the construction of tribal sovereignty. 51 B.C. L.
Rev. 595
-
668 (2010).


Guzelian, Christopher P. True and false speech. 51 B.C. L. Rev.
669
-
718 (2010).


Keller, Doug.

W
hy the prior conviction sentencing enhancements in
illegal re
-
entry cases are unjust and unjustified (and unreasonable
too). 51 B.C. L. Rev. 719
-
768 (2010).


Tobias, Carl W. Postpartisan federal judicial selection. 51 B.C. L.
Rev. 769
-
795 (2010).


Feldm
an, Samuel R. Note. Not
-
so
-
great weight: treaty
deference and the Article 10(a) controversy. (
Kolovrat v.
Oregon
, 366 U.S. 187, 1961;
Skidmore v. Swift & Co.
, 323
U.S. 134, 1944.) 51 B.C. L. Rev. 797
-
831 (2010).


Mazzotta, Matthew. Note. Balancing a
ct: finding consensus
on standards for unmasking anonymous Internet speakers. 51
B.C. L. Rev. 833
-
869 (2010).


Reimelt, Alexandra W. Note. An unjust bargain: plea
bargains and waiver of the right to appeal. (
People v.
Ventura
, 531 N.Y.S. 2d 526, 1988
.) 51 B.C. L. Rev. 871
-
904
(2010).



65 BUSINESS LAWYER,

NO. 3, MAY, 2010.


Symposium. Is Delaware

s Antitakeover Statute
Unconstitutional? 65 Bus. Law. 685
-
808 (2010).


Subramanian, Guhan, Steven Herscovici and Brian
Barbetta. Is Delaware

s antitakeo
ver statute
unconstitutional? Evidence from 1988
-
2008. 65 Bus. Law.
685
-
752 (2010).


Nugent, Eileen T. A timely look at DGCL Section 203. 65
Bus. Law. 753
-
759 (2010).


Sparks, A. Gilchrist, III and Helen Bowers. After twenty
-
two years, Section 203 of
the Delaware General
Corporation Law c
ontinues to give hostile bidders

a
meaningful opportunity for success. 65 Bus. Law. 761
-
769
(2010).


Lamb, Stephen P. and Jeffrey M. Gorris. A prac
tical
response to a hypothetical

analysis of Section 203

s
constituti
onality. 65 Bus. Law. 771
-
778 (2010).


Jarrell, Gregg A. A trip down memory lane: reflections on
Section 203 and

Subramanian, Herscovici, and Barbetta.
65 Bus. Law. 779
-
787 (2010).


Ribstein, Larry E. Preemption as micromanagement. 65
Bus. Law. 789
-
7
98 (2010).


Subramanian, Guhan, Steven Herscovici and Brian
Barbetta. Is Delaware

s antitakeover statute
unconstitutional? Further analysis and a reply to
symposium participants. 65 Bus. Law. 799
-
808 (2010).


Committee on Commercial Finance, ABA Section
of Business
Law. Report of the Model
First Lien/
Second Lien Intercreditor
Agreement Task Force.

65 Bus. Law. 809
-
883 (2010).


Committee on Corporate Laws, ABA Section of Business Law.
Changes in the Model Business Corporation Act

Amendments to I
nc
orpora
te Electronic Technology
Agreements in Section 1.41 and to Adopt Related
A
mendments. 65 Bus. Law. 885
-
886 (2010).


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Page
22

September 17, 2010



Survey

Federal Regulation of Securities.
Annual Review of
Federal
Securities Regulation. By the Subcommittee on Annual
Review, Committee o
n Federal Regulation of Securities, ABA
Section of Business Law. 65 Bus. Law. 887
-
1021 (2010).


Section I: regulatory developments 2009. 65 Bus. Law. 891
-
908 (2010).


Section II: accounting developments 2009. 65 Bus. Law. 909
-
922 (2010).


Section III:

caselaw developments 2009. 65 Bus. Law. 923
-
1021 (2010).



34 CANADA
-
UNITED STATES LAW JOURNAL,

NO. 2, JANUARY, 2010.


Brooker, Carl F. IV. Editor
’s notes.
34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J.
unpaged
(2010).


Proceedings of the Canada
-
United States Law Institute Conf
erence
on An Example of Cooperation and Common Cause: Enhancing
Canada
-
United States Security and Prosperity Through the Great
Lakes and North American Trade. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 1
-
488 (2010).


Conference speakers.
34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. v
-
xxx

(2010).


List o
f conference particip
ants.
34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. xxxi
-
xxxv
(2010).


Ujczo, Daniel D. and Robert Noble. Welcoming remarks and
the Canada
-
United States relationship

the common cause
agenda. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 1
-
18 (2010).


Ujczo, Daniel D. Welcome and openin
g of 2009 Annual
Conference. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 19
-
22 (2010).


The North American Economic Relationship from the Canada
-
United States Auto Pact to the Security and Prosperity
Partnership: Public Perceptions and Economic Realities. Daniel
Kolundzic, sessi
on chair; Birgit Matthiesen, Paul Storer and
Nikita Nanos, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 23
-
54 (2010).


Canada
-
United States Economic Competitiveness in a Period of
Financial Instability: A Common Cause Agenda. T.
Bradbrooke Smith, session chair; Daniel D
esjardins, Craig Reed
and Jeff Weedman, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 55
-
80 (2010).


Canada
-
United States Energy, Trade, Security, and Policy. R.
Richard Newcomb, session chair; Michal Moore, speaker. 34
Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 81
-
105 (2010).


The Future of the Ca
nada
-
United States Relationship

Innovation and Technology. Catherine A. Pawluch, session
chair; Praveen Goyal, Catherine A. Pawluch and Bob Williams,
speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 107
-
134 (2010).


Regional Actors in the Canada
-
United States Relationship.
Selma Lussenburg, session chair; Kathryn Friedman and Ed
Wolking, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 135
-
157 (2010).


Deans


reception and dinner. Daniel D. Ujczo and Robert
Rawson, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 159
-
163 (2010).


Canada
-
United States Relations fr
om the International
Boundary Waters Treaty, the Auto Pact, the Free Trade
Agreement, the North American Free Trade Agreement, the
Security and Prosperity Partnership, and Beyond: Lessons
Learned. David Crane, session chair; James Blanchard,
Michael Kerg
in and Jessica LeCroy, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 165
-
192 (2010).


Great Lakes Emerging Legal Issues Regarding the
International Boundary Waters Treaty and the Great Lakes
Water Quality Agreement. Noah Hall, session chair;
Murray Clamen, Lorne Thomas, C
apt., U.S. Coast Guard,
David Naftzger and Noah Hall, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J.
193
-
235 (2010).


North American Trade

The Current Status of North
American Trade. Chios Carmody, session chair; M. Jean
Anderson, Richard O. Cunningham and J. Michael
Robin
son, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 237
-
277 (2010).


Emerging Legal Issues in the Great Lakes Such as the
Public Trust Doctrine, Subterranean Rights and Municipal
Regulatory Arrangements. Kendra Fogarty, session chair;
David Brooks, Chris A. Shafer and Davi
d Ullrich, speakers.
34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 279
-
319 (2010).


Emerging Issues in North
American Trade

Labor Law.
Chi
Carmody, session chair; Kevin Banks and Robert
Strassfeld, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 321
-
345 (2010).


The Common Cause Agenda in the Great L
akes

The
Intersection of
Canada
-
United States Trade, Energy,
Environment, and Society in the Great Lakes Basin.
Dianne Anderson, session chair; Mark Shanahan, speaker.
34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 347
-
374 (2010).


Issues Arising From Further Commercial Development
of
the Great Lakes. Bill Hearn, session chair; Rose Ann
DeLeón and Georges Robichon, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S.
L.J. 375
-
398 (2010).


North American Dispute Resolution. Paul Meyer, session
chair; Elliot J. Feldman and John A. Terry, speakers. 34
Can.
-
U.S.

L.J. 399
-
435 (2010).


Canada
-
United States Trade Policy Beyond North America.

Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, session chair; James P.
McIlroy and Donald B. Cameron, Jr., speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 437
-
466 (2010).


United States Congressional Approaches to the

Great Lakes
and North American Trade. Daniel Ujczo and Rep. Dennis
Kucinich, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 467
-
475 (2010).


Commemoration
of the 100 Year Anniversary of the
International Boundary. Daniel D. Ujczo and Peter V.
Neffenger, Rear Admir., U.S.

Coast Guard, speakers. 34
Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 477
-
483 (2010).


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Page
23

September 17, 2010



Canada
-
United States Law Institute

s Award Presentation to the
International Joint Commission. Chios Carmody, Allen Olson
and Daniel D. Ujczo, speakers. 34 Can.
-
U.S. L.J. 485
-
488
(2010).



16 CA
RDOZO JOURNAL OF LAW & GENDER,

NO. 3, SPRING, 2010.


Hallevy, Gabriel.

Culture
-
based crimes against women in societies
absorbing immigrants

rejecting the

mistake of law


defense and
imposing harsher sentencing. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 439
-
467
(2010).


Stone
-
Manista, Krista. In the manner prescribed by the state:
potential challenges to state
-
enforced hospital limitations on
childbirth options. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 469
-
489 (2010).


Goldstoff, Melissa Goldenberg. Note. Security Council Resolutio
n
1820: an imperfect
but necessary resolution to protect civilians

from rape in war zones. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 491
-
517 (2010).


Nolen, Timothy John. Note. Smacking lesson: how the Council of
Europe

s ban on corporal punishment could serve as a mo
del for the
United States. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 519
-
548 (2010).


Panopoulos, Adam G.

Note. Barriers to financing: is European
Union indirect discrimination law the answer to female
entrepreneurs? 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 549
-
572 (2010).


Annotated

legal bibliography on gender. 16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender
573
-
635 (2010).


Sacred: Religion, Sexuality, and the Law. [Symposium transcript.]
16 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 637
-
699 (2010).



29 CHICANA/O
-
LATINA/O LAW REVIEW,

PP. 1
-
122, 2010.


Deo, Meera E
., Ma
ria Woodruff

and Rican Vue. Paint by number?
How the race and gender of law school faculty affect the first
-
year
curriculum. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 1
-
41 (2010).


Pease
-
Wingenter, Claudine. Empowering our children to dream
without limitations: a

call to revisit the

natural born citizen


requirement in the Obama era. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 43
-
58
(2010).


Bagnato, Christopher F
. Comment. Change is needed: how
Latinos are affected by the process of jury selection. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o
L. Rev. 59
-
67 (2010).


Marrero, Joel. Comment. The efficiency of fairness: a law and
economics analysis of the
Bakke
-
Grutter

diversity rationale. 29
Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 69
-
101 (2010).


Thomas, Sosa. Comment.
“Mi casa no es su casa”
: how far i
s too
far when states and localities take immigration matters into their
own hands. 29 Chicana/o
-
Latina/o L. Rev. 103
-
121 (2010).



18 COMMLAW CONSPECTUS: JOURNAL OF
COMMUNICATIONS LAW AND POLICY,

NO. 2, PP. 323
-
553
, 2010.


Strickling, Hon. Lawrence. I
nternet 2020: the next billion
users. 18 CommLaw Conspectus 323
-
328 (2010).


Koutsky, Thomas M. and Lawrence J. Spiwak. Separating
politics from policy in FCC merger reviews: a basic legal
primer of the

public interest


standard. 18 CommLaw
Conspectu
s 329
-
347 (2010).


Richards, Robert D. Gay labeling and defamation law: have
attitudes toward homosexuality changed enough to modify
reputational torts? 18 CommLaw Conspectus 349
-
374 (2010).


Ammori, Marvin. Copyright

s latest communications
policy:
c
ontent
-
lock
-
out and

compulsory licensing for Internet
television. 18 CommLaw Conspectus 375
-
420 (2010).


Matlach, Nicholas. Comment. Who let the
Katz
out? How the
ECPA and SCA fail to apply to modern digital communications
and how

returning to
the princ
iples in
Katz v. United States

will fix it. (
Katz v. United States
, 389 U.S. 347, 1967.) 18
CommLaw Conspectus 421
-
461 (2010).


Allen, Karri. Comment. Communications satellites and U.S.
export controls: correcting the balance. 18 CommLaw
Conspectus 46
3
-
486 (2010).


Blank, Aaron. Comment. On the precipe of e
-
discovery: can
litigants obtain employee social networking Web site
information through employers? 18 CommLaw Conspectus
487
-
516 (2010).


Carney, Jim, et al. Overview of the National Broadband
Plan.
18 CommLaw Conspectus 517
-
553 (2010).


95 CORNELL LAW REVIEW,

NO. 5, JULY, 2010.


Sterk, Stewart E. Rethinking trust law reform: how prudent is
modern prudent investor doctrine? 95 Cornell L. Rev. 851
-
904
(2010).


Stern, Stephanie M. The inviol
ate home: housing
exceptionalism in the Fourth Amendment. 95 Cornell L. Rev.
905
-
956 (2010).


Depoorter, Ben. Law in the shadow of bargaining: the
feedback effect of civil settlements. 95 Cornell L. Rev. 957
-
987 (2010).


Gillespie, Lauren Nicole
. Not
e.
The fourth wave of education
finance litigation
: pursuing a federal right to an adequate
education. (
San Antonio Independent School District v.
Rodriguez
, 411 U.S. 1, 1973.) 95 Cornell L. Rev. 989
-
1020
(2010).


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Page
24

September 17, 2010



Stewart, Julie Fukes. Note.

Litigat
ion is not ping
-
pong,


except
when it is: resolving the Westfall Act

s circularity problem.
(
Foster v. Hill
, 2008 WL 4442605, 2008.) 95 Cornell L. Rev.
1021
-
1049 (2010).



40 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER NEWS

& ANALYSIS, NO. 6, JUNE, 2010.


Beyond words.

40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10545

(2010).


Vandenbergh, Michael P., et al. Implementing the behavioral
wedge: designing and adopting effective carbon emissions
reduction programs. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10547
-
10554 (2010).


Stone, Cha
d. Addressing the impact of climate change legislation
on low
-
income households. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis
10555
-
10561 (2010).


Salkin, Patricia E. Cooperative federalism and climate change: new
meaning to

think globally

act locally.


40 Envt
l. L. Rep. News &
Analysis 10562
-
10571 (2010).


Martella,
Roger R., Jr.
. Climate change legislation and regulation:

impacts
on transportation and manufacturing. 40 Envtl. L. Rep.
News & Analysis 10572
-
10578 (2010).


Gerrard, Michael B. Defining the cha
llenge in implementing
climate change policy. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10579
-
10584 (2010).


Forrister, Dirk. U.S. climate change policy implementation:
effective use of carbon markets for cost savings. 40 Envtl. L. Rep.
News & Analysis 10585
-
1
0591 (2010).


Elliott, E. Donald. L
essons from implementing the 1990 CAA
Amendments. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10592
-
10596
(2010).


Dernbach, John C., Robert B. McKinstry Jr. and Thomas D.
Peterson. Making the states full partners in a national
climate
change effort: a necessary element for sustainable economic
development. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10597
-
10609
(2010).


Danish, Kyle and
Megan Ceronsky. International offsets and U.S.
climate legislation.

40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analys
is 10610
-
10615 (2010).


Recent developments. In the Congress. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News &
Analysis 10616
-
10618 (2010).


Recent developments. In the courts. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News &
Analysis 10618
-
10620 (2010).


Recent developments. In the federal agencie
s. 40 Envtl. L. Rep.
News & Analysis 10620
-
10624 (2010).


Recent developments. In the state agencies. 40 Envtl. L. Rep.
News & Analysis 10624
-
10626 (2010).


Recent journal literature. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis
10627
-
10628 (2010).


Topical inde
x. 40 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10629
-
10630 (2010).



1 FREEDOM CENTER JOURNAL,

NO. 2, FALL, 2009.


Hall, Rebecca. Not killing me softly. African American
women, slave revolts, and historical constructions of racialized
gender. 1 Freedom Center J
. 1
-
44 (2009).


Harris, Angela P. Turning the angel. The uses of critical legal
history. 1 Freedom Center J. 45
-
59 (2009).


Montoya, Margaret and Christine Zuni Cruz. Narrative braids.
Performing racial literacy. 1 Freedom Center J. 60
-
94 (2009).


Ka
iser, Christopher A. Note. Is prisoner abuse a trifle?
Restrictions on

prisoners


constitutional rights and human
dignity in ... (
Leary v. Livingston County
, 528 F.3d 438,
2008.) 1 Freedom Center J. 95
-
118 (2009).


Linser, Alexander F. Note. Losing
our religion.
Combs v.
Homer
-
Center School District

and the weakening of the free
exercise guarantee in the wake of
Employment Division v.
Smith
. (
Combs v. Homer
-
Center Sch. Dist.
, 540 F.3d 231,
2008;
Employment Div., Dep

t o映Human 剥献so映Or. v.
Sm楴h
, 494 U.S. 872, 1990.) 1 Freedom Center J. 119
-
137
(2009).


Morgan, Jessica. Cultivating hatred in the cyber
-
sphere. A
feminist analysis of Sheriff Richard Jones


online antics. 1
Freedom Center J. 138
-
153 (2009).



38 GEORGIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL
AND
COMPARATIVE LAW, NO. 2, WINTER, 2010.


Anderson, Alan M. and Bobak Razavi. The globalization of
intellectual property rights: TRIPS, BITs, and the search for
uniform protection. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 265
-
292
(2010).


Hamoudi, Haider Ala. The d
eath of Islamic law. 38 Ga. J.
Int

l & Comp. L. 293
-
337 (2010).


Walsh, Frank M. The Honduran Constitution is not a suicide
pact: the legality of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya

s
removal. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 339
-
373 (2010).


Cobb, Emily Hart.

Note. Fifty thousand years old and still
fighting for rights: the continuing struggle of Australia

s
indigenous population. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L. 375
-
403
(2010).


CURRENT INDEX TO LEGAL PERIODICALS

Page
25

September 17, 2010



Marston, Robert. Note. B.Y.O. heroin: will Canada finally
recognize the fundament
al rights of injection drug users by
providing access to safe injection facilities? 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp.
L. 405
-
441 (2010).


Murdison, Andrew. Note.

Freedom!


for Scotland: a Hollywood
tagline, but a Holyrood prerogative. 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L
. 443
-
472 (2010).


Wisenbaker, Clark T. Note. Japan

s Financial Instruments and
Exchange Law: Hercules or Hydra? 38 Ga. J. Int

l & Comp. L.
473
-
509 (2010).



31 HAMLINE JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW

AND POLICY, NO. 1, FALL, 2009.


Spring 2009
SMRLS Barriers t
o Justice Symposium.

31 Hamline J.
Pub. L. & Pol

y 1
-
217 (2009).


Romero, Tom I. II and Bruce A. Beneke. 100 years strong:
Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services and the on
-
going
pursuit for equal rights and equal justice. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L.
& P
ol

y 1
-
46 (2009).


Williams, Lucy A. Administrative advocacy: justice in the lives
of
low
-
income
families. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 47
-
62
(2009).


Geffen, Jon and Lindsay Davis. Minnesota

s healthcare
licensing laws and their hidden impact on the
working poor. 31
Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 63
-
99 (2009).


Berenson, Steven K. Legal services for
struggling veterans

then and now. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 101
-
141

(2009).


Brown, Kevin. Change in racial and ethnic classifications is
here: propo
sal to address race and ethnic ancestry of blacks for
affirmative action admissions purposes. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L.
& Pol

y 143
-
178 (2009).


Romero, Augustine F. and Martin Sean Arce. Culture as a
resource: critically compassionate intellectualism and
i
ts
struggle against racism
, fascism, and intellectual apartheid in
Arizona. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 179
-
217 (2009).


Focht
-
Perlberg, Jessica A. Student article. Two sides of one coin:
repairing the harm and reducing recidivism: a case for restor
ative
justice in reentry in Minnesota and beyond. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L.
& Pol

y 219
-
271 (2009).


Kozel, Abigail. Student article. Large and in charge of their
employment discrimination destiny: whether obese Americans now
qualify as
disabled under the

Americans with Disabilities Act
Amendments Act of 2008. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 273
-
328
(2009).


Belaen, Michael J. Student article. Change we need: why enacting
the Civil Access to Justice Act of 2009 is necessary to expand legal
aid for the poo
r. 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol

y 329
-
366 (2009).



123 HARVARD LAW REVIEW,

NO. 8, JUNE, 2010.


Clark, Bradford R. The Eleventh Amendment and the nature of
the Union. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1817
-
1918 (2010).


Goldberg, John C.P. and Benjamin C. Zipursky. Th
e easy case
for products liability law: a response to professors Polinsky
and Shavell. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1919
-
1948 (2010).


Polinsky, A. Mitchell and Steven Shavell. A skeptical attitude
about product liability
is

justified: a reply to Professors
Goldb
erg and Zipursky. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1949
-
1968 (2010).


Ferejohn, John. The lure of large numbers. (Reviewing Cass
R. Sunstein,
A Constitution of Many Minds

and Adrian
Vermeule,
Law and the Limits of Reason
.) 123 Harv. L. Rev.
1969
-
1997 (2010).


Note.
Nontaxpayer standing, religious favoritism, and the
distribution of government benefits: the outer bounds of the
endorsement test. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1999
-
2020 (2010).


Note. Admitting doubt:
a new standard for scientific evidence.
123 Harv. L. Rev. 20
21
-
2042

(2010).


Note. Justifying the
Chevron

doctrine: insights from the rule
of lenity. (
Chevron U.S.A. Inc. v. Natural Resources
Defense Council, Inc.
, 467 U.S. 837, 1984.) 123 Harv. L.
Rev. 2043
-
2064 (2010).


Note. Uncommon goods: on environmenta
l virtues and
voluntary carbon offsets. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 2065
-
2087 (2010).


Recent case. Constitutional law

Free Speech Clause

Fifth
Circuit upholds Texas school district

s dress code under
intermediate scrutiny. (
Palmer
ex rel.

Palmer v. Waxahachie
In
dependent School District
, 579 F.3d 502, 2009,
cert.
denied
, 130 S. Ct. 1055, 2010.) 123 Harv. L. Rev. 2088
-
2095
(2010).


Recent case. Criminal law

sentencing guidelines

Ninth
Circuit finds a within
-
guidelines sentence for illegal reentry to
be substanti
vely unreasonable. (
United States v. Amezcua
-
Vasquez
, 567 F.3d 1050,
reh


en banc
denied
, 586 F.3d
1176, 2009.) 123 Harv. L. Rev. 2096
-
2013 (2010).


Recent publications. 123 Harv. L. Rev. 2104
-
2106 (2010).



61 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL,

NO. 5, MAY, 2010.


Bohannan, Christina. Copyright infringement and
harmless
speech
. 61 Hastings L.J. 1083
-
1159 (2010).


Pettys, Todd E. Sodom

s shadow: the uncertain line between
public and private morality. 61 Hastings L.J. 1161
-
1215
(2010).


CURRENT INDEX TO LEGAL PERIODICALS

Page
26

September 17, 2010



Davis, Mary J. The

new


presumption against preemption. 61
Hastings L.J. 1217
-
1255 (2010).


Schiller, Reuel. Law, liberalism,
and the new history of the Civil
Rights

Movement. (Reviewing Thomas J. Sugrue,
Sweet Land of
Liberty: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in the
North
.) 61
Hastings L.J. 1257
-
1280 (2010).


Basbaum, Jesse P. Note. Inequitable sentencing for possession of
child pornography:

a failure
to distinguish voyeurs from pederasts.
61 Hastings L.J. 1281
-
1305 (2010).


Zieglowsky, Ali Grace. Note. Immoral

immunity: using a totality
of the circumstances approach to narrow the scope of Section 230 of
the Communications Decency Act. (
Fair Housing Council v.
Roomates.com, LLC
, 521 F.3d 1157, 2008.) 61 Hastings L.J.
1307
-
1332 (2010).



20 INDIANA INTERNATION
AL & COMPARATIVE

LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, PP. 1
-
174, 2010.


Dau
-
Schmidt, Kenneth G. and student Benjamin C. Ellis. The
relative bargaining power of employers and unions in the global
information age: a comparative analysis of the United States and
Japan. 20
Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 1
-
19 (2010).


Chen, Chung
-
Lin. In search of a new approach of information
privacy judicial review: interpreting No. 603 of Taiwan

s
Constitutional Court as a guide. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 21
-
45 (2010).


Genaw, Jillian L
. Note. Offshore drilling in the United States and
the expansion of Cuba

s oil program: a discussion of environmental
policy. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 47
-
77 (2010).


Knoll, Jonathan A. Note. Here I stand: an assessment of President
George W. Bu
sh

s call for international religious freedom in a 21st
century People

s Republic of China. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev.
79
-
109 (2010).


Strawbridge, Brian S. Note. A ship without a captain at the helm:
the need for the development and implementation
of a supra
-
national prudential supervisor to oversee the European Union
financial sector. 20 Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 111
-
143 (2010).


Koons, Colin. Note. Education on the home front: home education
in the European Union and the need for unified Euro
pean policy. 20
Ind. Int

l & Comp. L. Rev. 145
-
174 (2010).



26 JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HEALTH

LAW & POLICY, NO. 2, SPRING, 2010.


Smith, George P., II. Raymond B. Marcin: an appreciation. 26 J.
Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 212
-
222 (2010).


Rienzi, Mark

L. The history and constitutionality of Maryland

s
pregnancy speech regulations. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y
223
-
252 (2010).


Tramont, Edmund

C. and Shant S. Boyajian. Learning from
history: what the public health response to

syphilis
teaches us
about HIV/AIDS. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 253
-
299
(2010).


Katz, Jessica G. Note. Heroin maintenance treatment: its
effectiveness and the legislative changes necessary to
implement it in the U.S. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y
300
-
342 (2010).


Prebula, Randy J. Note. The promise of personalized
medicine: regulatory controls and tort influences in the

context
of personalized risks and benefits. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. &
Pol

y 343
-
372 (2010).


Tyrrell, James E., III
. Note. Non
-
profits und
er fire: the effects
of

minimal
charity care requirements legislation on not
-
for
-
profit hospitals. 26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 373
-
402
(2010).


Goodley, James. Comment. The effect of
Metropolitan Life
v. Glenn

on ERISA benefit denials: time for t
he

treating
physician rule.


26 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 403
-
440
(2010).


Pierotti, Jennifer C. Comment. The

bottom line

: a
smokescreen for the reality that anti
-
tobacco employment
practices are hazardous to minority health and equality. 26 J.

Contemp. Health L. & Pol

y 441
-
471 (2010).



3 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MEDIA &
ENTERTAINMENT LAW, NO. 1, PP. 1
-
194, 2010.


Epstein, Michael M. Editor

s note.
3 J. Int

l Media & Ent. L.
vii
-
viii
(2010).


Sobel, Lon, et al. Remembering David Kohler. 3

J. Int

l
Media & Ent. L. 1
-
16 (2010).


Wright, Claire. Censoring the censors in the WTO:
reconciling the communitarian and human rights theories of
international law. 3 J. Int

l Media & Ent. L. 17
-
119 (2010).


Maytal, Itai. Libel lessons

from across
t
he pond: what British
courts can learn from the United States


chilling experience
with the

multiple publication rule


in traditional media and the
Internet. 3 J. Int

l Media & Ent. L. 121
-
143 (2010).


Bartlett, Peter. Privacy Down Under. 3 J. Int

l M
edia & Ent.
L. 145
-
173 (2010).


Windon, James. Fee shifting in libel litigation: how the
American approach to costs allocation inhibits the achievement
of libel law

s substantive goals. 3 J. Int

l Media & Ent. L. 175
-
194 (2010).



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27

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35 JOURNAL OF SUPREME

COURT HISTORY,

NO. 1, PP. 1
-
92, 2010.


Urof
sky, Melvin I. Introduction.
35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist.
v
-
vi
(2010).


O

Connor, Justice Sandra Day. Tribute to Justice Souter. 35 J. Sup.
Ct. Hist. 1
-
3 (2010).


Gerke
n, Heather. Clerking for Justice Souter. 35
J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 4
-
6 (2010).


Roosevelt, Kermit. David Souter: a clerk

s view. 35 J. Sup. Ct.
Hist. 7
-
9 (2010).


Amestoy, Jeffrey L. The Supreme Court argument that saved the
Union: Richard Henry Dana, Jr. and the
Prize Cases
. 35 J. Sup. Ct.
Hist. 1
0
-
24 (2010).


Bright, Hon. Myron H. The case of William Dick: Ransom County,
North Dakota. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 25
-
34 (2010).


Lepore, Stefanie A. The

development of the Supreme Court
practice of calling for the views of the Solicitor General. 35 J. S
up.
Ct. Hist. 35
-
53 (2010).


Price, Polly J.
Mapp v. Ohio

revisited: a law clerk

s diary. 35 J.
Sup. Ct. Hist. 54
-
70 (2010).


Norgren, Jill. Ladies of legend: the first generation of American
women attorneys. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 71
-
90 (2010).


Contr
ibutors. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 91

(2010).


Illustrations. 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 92

(2010).



13 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF
MEDICINE AND LAW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2009.


Will
ett, Lindsay Beth. Foreword.
13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L.
i
-
iii
(2009).


Har
mon, Roy F., III and

A.G. Harmon. Weighing medical
judgments:
explaining evidentiary preferences for
treating physician
opinions in

ERISA cases after
Black & Decker Disability Plan v.
Nord
. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 157
-
186 (2009).


Kraemer, John D.

Screening of prisoners for HIV: public health,
legal, and ethical implications. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 187
-
237 (2009).


MacGregor, Kathryn. Specialty hospitals: a healthy addition to the
healthcare market? 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 239
-
261 (
2009).


Mossman, Douglas, M.D. and Jill L. Steinberg. Promoting,
prescribing, and pushing pills: understanding the lessons of
antipsychotic drug litigation. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 263
-
334
(2009).


Parker, Frederick R. Federal income tax policy an
d abortion in the
United States. 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 335
-
364 (2009).


Perez, Edward J., Christopher C. Shattuck and Taylor E.
Anderson. Substance abuse in America: then and now. 13
Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 365
-
390 (2009).


Phillips, Michael D
. Note.
Wyeth v. Levine
: the impact of
FDA approval of drug labeling. (
Wyeth v. Levine
, 129 S. Ct.
1187, 2009.) 13 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 391
-
426 (2009).


Ryan, Christopher J. The anatomical wealth of nations: a free
market approach to organ proc
urement. 13 Mich. St. U. J.
Med. & L. 427
-
447 (2009).


MacCoun, Robert and Peter Reuter. 2009
Symposium

Exploring Drug Depenalization: The Next Step After Proposal
1. [Transcription of keynote speakers


address.] 13 Mich. St.
U. J. Med. & L. 449
-
485 (
2009).


2008 Mini
-
Symposium

Important
Medical Issues in the Near
Future.
Student Lindsay Willett
, moderator; Amber Shinn,
Adam Candueb, Gerald Schatz and Nancy Lukey, panelists. 13
Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 487
-
511 (2009).



34 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY REVIEW

OF LAW &
SOCIAL CHANGE, NO. 2, PP. 253
-
424, 2010.


Czapanskiy, Karen Syma. Chalimony: seeking equity between
parents of children with disabilities and chronic illnesses. 34
N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 253
-
298 (2010).


Kimpel, Amy F.

Using laws to pro
tect as a weapon:
prosecuting minors under child pornography laws. 34 N.Y.U.
Rev. L. & Soc. Change 299
-
338 (2010).


Reif, Catherine M. Student article. A penny saved can be a
penalty earned: nursing homes, Medicaid planning, the Deficit
Reduction Act
of 2005, and the problem of transferring assets.
34 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 339
-
371 (2010).


Woods, Jordan Blair. Gay
-
straight alliances and sanctioning
pretextual discrimination under the Equal Access Act. 34
N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 373
-
425 (
2010).



11 NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF LAW &
TECHNOLOGY, NO. 2, SPRING, 2010.


Clifford, Ralph D., Thomas G. Field, Jr. and Jon R. Cavicchi.
A statistical analysis of the patent bar: where are the software
-
savvy patent attorneys? 11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 223
-
268 (2010).


Mailland, Julien. The semantic Web and information flow: a
legal framework. 11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 269
-
297 (2010).


Gordon, Michael R. Recent development. Up the Amazon
without a paddle: examining state taxes
, entity
isolation, and
the

a
ffiliate tax.


11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 299
-
318 (2010).


Davis, Margaret S.

Recent development. Uncertainty in
science and policy: calculating the net
climate benefit
of
forestry
-
based offsets. 11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 319
-
349 (2010).


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Jallad, Tarik N. Recen
t development. Old answers to new
questions: surveillance and the unwarranted need for warrants. 11
N.C. J.L. & Tech. 351
-
375 (2010).


Bhupathi, Tara. Recent development. Technology

s latest market
manipulator? High frequency trading: the strategies
, tools, risks,
and responses. 11 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 377
-
400 (2010).



22 PACIFIC MCGEORGE GLOBAL BUSINESS

& DEVELOPMENT LAW JOURNAL,

NO. 1, PP. 1
-
134, 2009.


Symposium: Experiential Education in China: Curricular Reform,
The Role of the Lawyer and the

Rule of Law. 22 Pac. McGeorge
Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 1
-
91 (2009).


Landsberg, Brian K. Introduction. 22 Pac. McGeorge Global
Bus. & Dev. L.J. 1
-
2 (2009).


Chavkin, David F. Experiential learning: a critical element of
legal education in China (and e
lsewhere). 22 Pac. McGeorge
Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 3
-
20 (2009).


Davies, Julie A. Methods of experiential education: context,
transferability and resources. 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. &
Dev. L.J. 21
-
34 (2009).


Kong,
Qingjiang
. Practice in legal ed
ucation: international
experience and Chinese response. 22 Pac. McGeorge Global
Bus. & Dev. L.J. 35
-
44 (2009).


Landsberg, Brian K. Strategies to increase the availability of
skills education in China. 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. &
Dev. L.J. 45
-
54 (20
09).


Milstein, Elliott S. Experiential education and the rule
of law:
teaching
values through clinical education in China. 22 Pac.
McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 55
-
62 (2009).


Li, Shuzhong. On practical teaching modes: experience from
the China Un
iversity of Political Science and Law. 22 Pac.
McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 63
-
67 (2009).


Zhou, Shiwen. The reform strategy of legal education in China.
22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 69
-
73 (2009).


Zhu, Su Li. An institutional inquiry i
nto legal skills education in
China. 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 75
-
91
(2009).


Bergstrom, Amanda. Comment. Imbalance of power: procedural
inequities within the WTO dispute settlement system. 22 Pac.
McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 93
-
10
9 (2009).


Pottenger, Samantha G.

Comment. Biodiversity conservation v.
hydropower dams: can saving the fish save the Mekong River
Basin? 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 111
-
133 (2009).



22 REGENT UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW,

NO. 2, PP. 291
-
508,
2009
-
2010.


Media and the Law Symposium: When Does Government
Regulation Go Too far? 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 291
-
451 (2009
-
2010).


Napolitano, Judge Andrew P. Keynote address: liberty vs.
tyranny: a constant struggle. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 291
-
300 (2009
-
2010).


Franks, Rep. Trent. Panel address: protecting the innocent
while preserving speech: a balancing act of media
regulation. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 301
-
305 (2009
-
2010).


Candeub, Adam. Shall those who live by FCC indecency
complaints die by FCC inde
cency complaints? 22 Regent
U. L. Rev. 307
-
321 (2009
-
2010).


Levi, Lili. The FCC

s affirmative speech obligations
promoting child welfare. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 323
-
333
(2009
-
2010).


Ammori, Marvin. Strange bedfellows: network
neutrality

s unifying inf
luence. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 335
-
345 (2009
-
2010).


Garry, Patrick M. Re
-
evaluating media regulation in a
media environment of nearly unlimited entertainment
programming and ample alternative channels of
communication. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 347
-
368 (2009
-
2010).


Corcos, Christine
Alice. Some thoughts on Chuck Lorre:

bad words


and

the
raging paranoia of our network
censors.”

22 Regent U. L. Rev. 369
-
381 (2009
-
2010).


Panel Discussion and Commentary. Rep. Trent Franks,
moderator; Marvin
Ammori, Adam C
andeub,

Christine
Alice Corcos, Patrick M. Garry and Lili Levi, panelists.
22 Regent U. L. Rev. 383
-
403 (2009
-
2010).


Markwordt, Dominic E. Student article. More folly than
fairness: the fairness doctrine, the First Amendment, and
the Internet age.
22 Regent U. L. Rev. 405
-
451 (2009
-
2010).


Dunn, Sarah E. Note. Mental block: the challenges awaiting a
mentally impaired claimant when applying for Social Security
disability benefits. 22 Regent U. L. Rev. 453
-
479 (2009
-
2010).


Weber, Travis S. Note.

The Free Speech Protection Act of
2009: protection against suppression. 22 Regent U. L. Rev.
481
-
508 (2009
-
2010).



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29 REVIEW OF LITIGATION,

NO. 3, PP. 471
-
727, 2010.


The Rise of Appellate Litigators and State Solicitors General. 29
Rev. Litig. 471
-
727 (2010).


Ho, James C. Defending Texas: the Office of the Solicitor
General. 29 Rev. Litig. 471
-
509 (2010).


Hungar, Thomas G. and Nikesh Jindal. Observations on the rise
of the appellate litigator. 29 Rev. Litig. 511
-
536 (2010).


McAllister, Step
hen R. Ask the State Solicitor General: can the
state file a

reply


brief when it takes an exception in an original
jurisdiction case in the Supreme Court of the United States? 29
Rev. Litig. 537
-
544 (2010).


The Rise of Appellate Litigators and State
Solicitors General.
[Symposium transcript.] 29 Rev. Litig. 545
-
727 (2010).



6 SOUTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL
LAW & BUSINESS,
NO. 2,
SPRING, 2010.


Mafessanti, Miriam.
Corporate misbehavior

& international law:
are there alternatives to

compl
icity

? 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus. 167
-
252 (2010).


Sikes, Devin S.

Why Congress should expand the subject matter
jurisdiction of the United States Court of International Trade. 6 S.C.
J. Int

l L. & Bus. 253
-
271 (2010).


Beach, Alaina M. Note. H
-
1B vis
a legislation: legal deficiencies
and the need for reform. 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus. 273
-
297 (2010).


Eaton, R. Vance. Note. Thinly veiled: institutional messages in the
language of secularism in public schools in France and the United
States. 6 S.C.

J. Int

l L. & Bus. 299
-
333 (2010).


Nickles, Matthew. Note.

Judicial terrorism

? Analysis of the
Exxon/Venezuela litigation and prejudgment attachment under the
Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. 6 S.C. J. Int

l L. & Bus. 335
-
361 (2010).



55 SOUTH DA
KOTA LAW REVIEW,

NO. 2, PP. 165
-
383, 2010.


Horton, Thomas J. Fixing merger litigation

fixes

: reforming
the
litigation
of proposed merger remedies under
Section 7 of the
Clayton

Act. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 165
-
213 (2010).


Van Patten, Jonathan K.
Suing the

prosecutor
. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 214
-
252 (2010).


Simmons, Thomas E. Decanting and its alternatives: remodeling
and revamping irrevocable trusts. 55 S.D. L. Rev. 253
-
283 (2010).


Hutchinson, Dennis J.
Lincoln the “dictator
.


55 S.D. L. Rev. 284
-
298 (2010
).


Beck, Jeffrey R. Student article.
Arizona v. Gant
:
heightening a person

s expectation of privacy in a motor
vehicle following searches incident to arrest. (
Arizona v.
Gant
, 129 S. Ct. 1710, 2009;
New York v. Belton
, 453 U.S.
454, 1986.)

55 S.D. L.

Rev. 299
-
324 (2010).


Howell, Abigail A. Student article. An examination of
Crawford v. Marion County Election Board
: photo
identification requirements

make
the fundamental right to vote
far from

picture perfect.


(
Crawford v. Marion County
Election
Board
,
128 S. Ct.

1610, 2008.) 55 S.D. L. Rev. 325
-
355 (2010).


Slepnikoff, Lisa M. Student article. A bigger and better
market
-
participant exception
?: examining
Justice Souter

s
revision of the market
-
participant exception to the dormant
Commerce Clau
se in ... (
Department of Revenue of
Kentucky v. Davis
, 128 S. Ct. 1801, 2008.) 55 S.D. L. Rev.
356
-
383 (2010).



16 SOUTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL
LAW, NO. 2, PP. 299
-
550, 2010.


Sin
son, Jenny
-
Anne. Editor’s comment.
16 Sw. J. Int

l L.
unpaged

(
2010).


Symposium. The Exclusionary Rule, International
Perspectives and Future Implications. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 299
-
450 (2010).


Podgor, Ellen S. Welcome to the other side of the railroad
tracks: a meaningless exclusionary rule. 16 Sw. J. Int

l
L. 29
9
-
312 (2010).


Stuart, Don. Welcome flexibility and better criteria from
the Supreme Court of Canada for exclusion of evidence
obtained in violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and
Freedoms. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 313
-
332 (2010).


Thaman, Stephen C.

Fruits of the poisonous tree


in
comparative law. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 333
-
384 (2010).


Blum, Binyamin.

Exclude evidence, you exclude
justice

?
A critical evaluation

of Israel

s exclusionary rule
after
Issacharov
. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 385
-
450 (2010).


Fis
cher, Brandon James. Note.
Outsourcing
legal services, in
-
sourcing ethical issues: an examination of the ethical
considerations arising from the practice of outsourcing legal
services abroad. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 451
-
476 (2010).


Inniss, Ashton B. Note.

Rethinking political risk insurance:
incentives for investor risk mitigation. 16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 477
-
505 (2010).


Dresser, Sara J. Note. Safeguarding the Arctic from accidental
oil pollution: the need for a binding, region
-
specific shipping
regime.

16 Sw. J. Int

l L. 507
-
550 (2010).



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39 SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW,

NO. 2, PP. 233
-
412, 2009.


Gershonowitz, Aaron. The role of science in environmental
litigation: courts

give deference to agency experts except when they
don’t. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 233
-
264 (
2009).


Moberly, Michael D. and Carolyn F. Burr. Enforcing forum
selection clauses in state court. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 265
-
324 (2009).


Ross, Jeremy L. A rule of last resort: a history of the doctrine of
the last antecedent in the United States Supreme Cour
t. 39 Sw. L.
Rev. 325
-
337 (2009).


Bazikyan, Arminé. Comment. Renters: the innocent victims of the
foreclosure mortgage crisis. 39 Sw. L. Rev. 339
-
364 (2009).


Cohen, Matthew. Comment. If

I do,


then so should you: an
analysis of state constitutio
nal bans on same
-
sex marriage. 39 Sw.
L. Rev. 365
-
394 (2009).


Vanderwoude, Neil. Comment. The Fair Credit Reporting Act: fair
for consumers, fair for credit reporting agencies. 39 Sw. L. Rev.
395
-
412 (2009).



29 STANFORD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL,

NO. 2, MAY, 2010.


Gerson, Zachary H. The unrealized
authority of the

Fish and
Wildlife Service to protect national wildlife refuges from surface
disturbance due to private mineral rights. 29 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 181
-
245 (2010).


Joly, Julie Lurman, Joel Re
ynolds and Martin Robards.
Recognizing when the

best scientific data available


isn

t. 29 Stan.
Envtl. L.J. 247
-
282 (2010).


Richardson, Nathan. Greenhouse gas regulation under the Clean Air
Act: does
Chevron

set the EPA free? 29 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 28
3
-
322
(2010).



62 STANFORD LAW REVIEW,

NO. 6, JUNE, 2010.


Symposium. State Constitutions. 62 Stan. L. Rev. 1513
-
1761
(2010).


Gaber, Mark. Introduction. 62 Stan. L. Rev. 1513
-
1514 (2010).


George, Hon. Ronald M. Keynote address. 62 Stan. L. Rev.
1
515
-
1520 (2010).


Hershkoff, Helen.

Just words

: common law and the
enforcement of state constitutional social and economic rights.
62 Stan. L. Rev. 1521
-
1582 (2010).


Ginsburg, Tom and Eric A.

Posner. Subconstitutionalism.
62 Stan. L. Rev. 1583
-
162
8 (2010).


Devins, Neal. How state supreme courts take consequences
into account: toward a state
-
centered understanding of
state constitutionalism. 62 Stan. L. Rev. 1629
-
1693 (2010).


Chemerinsky, Erwin. Two cheers for state constitutional
law. 62 Sta
n. L. Rev. 1695
-
1709 (2010).


Heller, Jacob M.

Note. Death by a thousand cuts: the
Guarantee Clause regulation of state constitutions. 62 Stan.
L. Rev. 1711
-
1761 (2010).



82 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW,


NO. 3, FALL, 2009.


Wood, Hon. Diane P.
The Arlin M. and

Neysa Adams
Lecture in Constitutional Law
. The changing face of
diversity jurisdiction. 82 Temp. L. Rev. 593
-
605 (2009).


Angell, Hon. M. Faith and John J. O

Brien. Cognizing the
second agenda: the importance of
acknowledging perspective

when counseli
ng clients in employment law. 82 Temp. L. Rev.
607
-
625 (2009).


Ressler, Jayne S. Plausibly pleading personal jurisdiction. 82
Temp. L. Rev. 627
-
656 (2009).


Colburn, Jamison E. Agency interpretations. 82 Temp. L.
Rev. 657
-
701 (2009).


Padfield, Stefa
n J. Finding state action when corporations
govern. 82 Temp. L. Rev. 703
-
736 (2009).


Cheng, Tai
-
Heng and
Eduardas Valaitis.

Shaping
an Obama
doctrine of preemptive force. 82 Temp. L. Rev. 737
-
788
(2009).


Krillion, Victoria L. Comment. No points for

the assist? A
closer look at the role of Special Assistant United States
Attorneys in the cooperative model of federal prosecutions. 82
Temp. L. Rev. 789
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825 (2009).


McBrearty, Brian J. Comment. Who

s responsible? Website
immunity under the Communic
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partial creation or development of online content. 82 Temp. L.
Rev. 827
-
862 (2009).


Murphy, Patrick J. Gone fission: federal preemption and the
resurgence of the nuclear industry (the one that almost got
away). 82 Temp. L. R
ev. 863
-
889 (2009).



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71 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH LAW REVIEW,

NO. 3, SPRING, 2010.


The Past, Present, and Future of the Securities and Exchange
Commission. 71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 361
-
639 (2010).


Nagy, Donna M. Is the PCAOB a

heavily controlled
componen
t


of the SEC?: an essential question in the
constitutional controversy. 71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 361
-
402 (2010).


Barnard, Jayne W. Evolutionary enforcement at the Securities
and Exchange Commission. 71 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 403
-
437 (2010).


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