Friday, May 24, 2013
The Berkeley Technology Law Journal's Symposium 2012, issue includes the symposium "Orphan Works & Mass Digitization: Obstacles & Opportunities." Ms. Maria A. Pallante, Register of Copyrights and Director, U.S. Copyright Office, delivered the keynote address.
The University of Richmond Law Review's March 2013, issue includes the Allen Chair Issue 2013: "Election Law: Beyond the Red, Purple and Blue."
The Yale Law Journal's May 2013, issue includes "City Unplanning," by David Schleicher (George Mason) and "Rethinking the Federal Eminent Domain Power," by WIlliam Baude (Stanford). The issue also includes the Storrs Lecture by Cass Sunstein (Harvard) and an Essay by Amy Kapczynski (Yale) & Talha Syed (Boalt). The Journal's April 2013, issue includes "The Riddle of Rape-by-Deception and the Myth of Sexual Autonomy," by Jed Rubenfeld (Yale), an essay by Larissa Katz (Queen's Univ.) and a book review by Anthony V. Alfieri (Miami) & Angela Onwuachi-Willig (Iowa). The Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities' Winter 2013 issue includes a Symposium on Living Originalism. More to follow.The Saint Louis University Law Review's Spring 2013, edition includes a Symposium: Teaching Remedies. The Fall 2012 issue of the University of San Francisco Law Review includes the symposium "Big Brother in the 21st Century? Reforming the Electronic Communications Privacy Act." The University of Toledo Winter 2013, issue includes a Leadership in Legal Education Symposium.
The May 2013 Harvard Law Review includes "Agency Self-Insulation Under Presidential Review," by Jennifer Nou (Chicago), a commentary by Cass Sunstein (Harvard) and a Symposium: Privacy and Technology with contributions by Daniel J. Solove (George Washington), Julie E. Cohen (Georgetown), Neil M. Richards (Washington U.), Paul M. Schwartz (Berkeley), and Lior Jacob Strahilevitz (Chicago). The issue also includes a book review by Philip Alston (NYU).
The May 2013, Texas Law Review includes Coercion, Compulsion, and the Medicaid Expansion: A Study in the Doctrine of Unconstitutional Conditions by Mitchell N. Berman (Texas) and Deference Lotteries by Jud Mathews (Illinois). The issue also includes book reviews by Anupam Chander (UC Davis) & Madhavi Sunder (UC Davis), John M. Golden (Texas), Burt Neuborne (NYU) and Martin H. Redish (Northwestern) & Peter B. Siegal.
The June 2013, Virginia Law Review includes Constitutional Privileging by Michael Coenen (Harvard, Climenko Fellow), A Constitutional Theory of Habeas Power by Lee B. Kovarsky (Maryland) and The Science of Exclusion: Race and Social Capital in Housing Policy Stephanie M. Stern (Yale, visiting).