Friday, November 1, 2013
The Summer 2013 University of Chicago Law Review has "Tortfest," by J. Shahar Dillbury (Alabama); "Judging the Flood of Litigation," by Marin K. Levy (Duke); "Unbundling Constitutionality," by Richard Primus (Michigan); and "When Nudges Fail: Slippery Defaults," by Lauren E. Willis (Loyola LA, visiting Harvard).
The Spring 2013 Brooklyn Law Review has "The Great and Mighty Tax Law: How the Roberts Court Has Reduced Contitutional Scrutiny of Taxes and Tax Expenditures," by Linda Sugin (Fordham); "Beyond Blood and Borders: Finding Meaning in Birthright Citizenship," by D. Carolina Nunez (Brigham Young); "Harmonizing the Affordable Care Act with the Three Main National Systems for Healthcare Quality Improvement: The Tort, Licensure and Hospital Peer Review Hearings Systems," by Katharine Van Tassel (Akron); and "Software Patents and/or Software Development," by Wendy Seltzer.
The most recent Akron Law Review (Vol. 46, No. 4) includes "Symposium: The Next Generation of Envoirnmental and Natural Resources Law: What Has Changed in Forty Years and What Needs To Change as a Result."
The August 2013 Buffalo Law Review includes, "Hollow Spaces," by Charles H. Brower, II (Wayne State); "Shareholder Derivative Litigation's Historical and Normative Foundations," by Ann M. Scarlett (Saint Louis); and "So You Want to Have a Second Child? Second Child Bias and the Justification-Suppression Model of Prejudice in Family Responsibilities Discrimination," by Kyle C. Velte (Denver).