Friday, April 26, 2013
The Denver University Law Review (Vol. 89, No. 4) has published papers from the 19th Annual Rothgerber Conference - "Toward A Constitutional Right of Access to Justice: Implications and Implementations," with a focus on access to the courts and medical marijuana, among other things.
The April 2013, Harvard Law Review includes " The Problem of Resource Access," by Lee Anne Fennell (Chicago), a book review by David A. Strauss (Chicago) plus student notes and recent cases. The Winter 2013, Harvard Journal of Legislation includes papers by Senator Jeanne Shaheen on fililbuster reform, Senator Olympia J. Snowe on legislative effectiveness in the 112th Congress, and Rep. Louise Slaughter on the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act. The edition also includes a short symposium on Government Outsourcing and Privatization.
Alabama Law Review (Vol. 64, No. 3) includes Meador Lecture Series papers by Robert C. Ellickson, "The Law and Economics of Street Layouts: How a Grid Pattern Benefits a Downtown," and Brian Leiter (Chicago), "The Boundaries of the Moral (and Legal) Community." The Nov-Dec. 2012 San Diego Law Review includes the 2012 Editors' Symposium: "The Philosophical Foundations of Intellectual Property."
The March 2013 issue of Law and Contemporary Problems (Duke, faculty edited) includes the symposium, "A Global Perspective on Sentencing Reform." The Winter 2013 issue of the Indiana Law Journal leads with "Procedural Fairness in Election Contests," by Joshua Douglas (Kentucky).
Volume 2013, No. 1, Wisconsin Law Review includes, "colloquium essays address[ing] the role of empirical research in identifying, measuring, and clarifying crucial issues of service delivery, resource allocation, and access to justice in American law and society." Participating essayists are Jane H. Aiken (Georgetown) & Stephen Wizner (Yale), Catherine R. Albiston (Berkeley) & Rebecca L. Sandefur (Illinois), Anthony V. Alfieri (Miami), Jeanne Charn (Harvard) & Jeffrey Selbin (Berkeley), and Scott L. Cummings (UCLA). Meredith J. Ross (Wisconsin) contributed the Introduction to the Colloquium.
The New York Law School Law Review, Volume 57, Number 4, released this week and includes the symposium, "Trial by Jury or Trial by Motion? Summary Judgment, Iqbal, and Employment Discrimination."