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Volumes

Volume 48, Issue 3 (Winter 2014)

Articles

Beg, Borrow, or Steal: Ten Lessons Law Schools Can Learn from Other Educational Programs in Evaluating Their Curriculums
Debra Moss Curtis

Not "For God and Country": Atheist Military Chaplains and the Free Exercise Clause
Antony Barone Kolenc

Adhering to Professional Obligations: Amending ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.8(e) to Allow for Humanitarian Loans to Existing Clients
Cristina D. Lockwood

Comments

A Case for Global Cooperation When Enforcing United States Antitrust and European Union Competition Laws Against Modern Technology Companies
Robert Brewington

Green Efficiency at Its Finest: Shifting the Building Permit Process to Promote Sustainable Buildings
Joseph E. Gruber Jr.

Gaining Cyberspace "Sea Legs": A Proposal for a Judicial Cyber Education Program in District Courts
Nicole A. Syzdek

Revenue Recognition Rules for Bundled Sales in High Technology Undermine the Purpose of Section 10(b) of the Securities and Exchange Act
Latasha D. Terry

 Volume 48, Issue 2 (Fall 2013)

Speeches

Keynote Address: From Grutter to Fisher and Beyond: The Compelling Interest of Diversity in Higher Education
Chancellor Nancy Cantor

Fisher v. University of Texas: Race Preference in University Admissions Survives Another Round
Lino A. Graglia

Affirmative Action: Where Do We Go From Here?
john a. powell

The Future of Affirmative Action After Fisher: Is It Time to End and Not Mend It?
R. Lawrence Purdy

Lessons Learned On My Journey to the Fisher Sports Brief, and Beyond
Jay Rosner

Living Up to Our Ideals: What Race Means in Higher Education Now
Chancellor Frank H. Wu

Comments

Once Unified: The Supreme Court Split on Affirmative Action
Catherine Crider

Volume 48, Issue 1 (Summer 2013)

Speeches

Ninth Annual Pemberton Lecture: Bargaining, Race, and Globalization: How Baseball and Other Sports Mirror Collective Bargaining, Law and Life
William B. Gould IV

Articles

Challenging Judicial Notice of Facts on the Internet Under Federal Rule of Evidence 201
Coleen M. Barger

The Knock-And-Announce Rule and Police Arrests: Evaluating Alternative Deterrents to Exclusion for Rule Violations
Dr. Christopher Totten & Dr. Sutham Cobkit (Cheurprakobkit)

Comments and Notes

Thrown Under the Bus: Victims of Workplace Discrimination After Harris
David W. Fujimoto

Shaken Baby Syndrome, Wrongful Convictions, and the Dangers of Aversion to Changing Science in Criminal Law
Cassandra Ann Jenecke

Saving the California Homeowner Bill or Rights from Federal Banking Preemption
Jeremy F. Koo

Hey Girls, Did You Know? Slut-Shaming on the Internet Needs to Stop
Emily Poole

Volume 47, Issue 4 (Spring 2013)

Articles

Ex Parte McCardle and the Attorney General's Duty to Defend Acts of Congress
John E. Beerbower

Unexpected Commonalities: The Applicability of Bioethics Concepts to Insider Trading Law
Samer B. Korkor

Using Contract Law to Tackle the Coaching Carousel
Stephen F. Ross and Lindsay Berkstresser

Cyberbullying and California's Response
Atticus N. Wegman

Comments

Overdrafting Toward Disaster: A Call for Local Groundwater Management Reform in California's Central Valley
Philip Laird

Snake Oil in Your Pomegranate Juice: Food Health Claims and the FTC
Alexandra Ledyard

Data Expiration, Let the User Decide: Proposed Legislation for Online User-Generated Content
Karen Majovski

Volume 47, Issue 3 (Winter 2013)

Articles

Environmental Justice in the Deep South: A Golden Anniversary Reflection on Stimulus and Change
Jonathan C. Augustine

No Money, Mo' Problems: Why Unpaid Law Firm Internships are Illegal and Unethical
Eric M. Fink

A Crime of Its Own? A Proposal for Achieving Greater Sentencing Consistency in Neonaticide and Infanticide Cases
Margaret Ryznar

A Case for Grade Inflation in Legal Education
Joshua M. Silverstein

Comments

Parenting Rights in California: Marriage v. Biology
Jennifer Bryan

The Behind Closed Door Policy: Executive Influence in the Environmental Protection Agency's Informal Rulemaking
Jaclyn L. Falk

Why Many Meritorious Elder Abuse Cases in California are Not Litigated
Daniel L. Madow

Volume 47, Issue 2 (Fall 2012)

Speeches

Keynote Address: The Path to ECPA Reform and the Implications of United States v. Jones
James X. Dempsey

Mapping Our Privacy: The Use and Misuse of Location Data (A Law Enforcement Perspective and Legislative Balancing)
Stephanie K. Pell

Articles

Standing Up for Mr. Nesbitt
Stephen Wm. Smith

Electronic Surveillance Law and the Intra-Agency Separation of Powers
Paul Ohm

Caution Advised: Avoid Undermining the Legitimate Needs of Law Enforcement to Solve Crimes Involving the Internet in Amending the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Kevin V. Ryan & Mark L. Krotoski

Comments

Trolling Attacks and the Need for New Approaches to Privacy Torts
Arthur Gaus

The Home not the Homeless: What the Fourth Amendment Has Historically Protected and Where the Law is Going After Jones
David Reichbach

Volume 47, Issue 1 (Summer 2012)

Articles

The Right to Silence in the Hague International Criminal Courts
Mark Berger

Everything that Requires Discovery Must Converge: A Counterintuitive Solution to a Class Action Paradox
Zachary W. Biesanz & Thomas H. Burt

The Alien Tort Statute: A Vehicle for Implementing the United Nations Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights and Promoting Corporate Social Responsibility
Mirela V. Hristova

Protecting Generation Z: A Brief Policy Argument Advocating Vicarious Liability for Internet Service Providers
Mark G. Materna

Comments

Mrs. Gay Meet Miss Poor: What the Gays Have Done for Poor People
Emily M. Cordell

State Trial Courts as the new Champions of the Great Writ: An Argument for a Statement of Decision in the Criminal Context
Ronald Quy Tran

BART's Unconstitutional Speech Restriction: Adapting Free Speech Principles to Absolute Wireless Censorship
Brandon Wiebe

Volume 46, Issue 4 (Spring 2012)

Articles

Judicial Magic: The Use of Dicta as Equitable Remedy
Foster Calhoun Johnson