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An important aspect of legal scholarship is to bring questions, concepts, or practices that the law has not addressed to the fore, because jurisprudence doesn’t always evolve at the same pace as the world. Another component is to provide a workable solution or at least, steps toward one. In this issue, Professors Kristin N. Johnson, Darren Hutchinson and Timothy Holbrook each address areas where, they argue, the law has failed, is inadequate, or is outdated.

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Past Issues

Spring 2021

Quantitative Analysis: Filibuster Change and Judicial Appointments, by Jonathan Nash & Joanna Shepherd

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Fall 2020

Constitutional Law - The Constitution After Death, by Fred O. Smith Jr.

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Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Securities Regulation - Why the SEC Pay Ratio Disclosure Rule Doesn’t Work, by George S. Georgiev.

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Fall 2018

Healthcare - Business and Medicine: Entwined, but at Odds, by Liza Vertinsky

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Fall 2017

Citizenship and Immigration Law - Citizens of No Nation, by Polly Price

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Fall 2016

Family Law - The 'Divorce Bargain,' by Deborah Dinner

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Summer 2016

Law and Government - The Brave New World of Campaign Finance Law, by Michael Kang

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Fall 2015

Quantitative Methods - The Best Judges Political Parties Can Buy, by Michael Kang and Joanna Shepherd

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Summer 2015

Health Law and Policy - Patents, Partnerships, Pharmaceuticals: the Pre-competitive Myth, by Liza Vertinsky

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Fall 2014

Constitutional Rights and Liberties - Same-sex marriage post-Windsor, by Michael Perry

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Summer 2014

International and Comparative Law - Children v. the Court, by Barbara Woodhouse

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Fall 2013

International and Comparative Law - Justifying Targeted Strikes, Laurie Blank

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Summer 2013

Law and Economics - Patents: Economic Accelerator or Impediment?, by Liza Vertinsky

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Fall 2012

International, Comparative, and Foreign Relations Law - A Time for War?, by Mary L. Dudziak

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Summer 2012

Economic Analysis of Law - Probing the Reversal in Baseball’s Racial Trends, by George B. Shepherd

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Fall 2011

Constitutional Law - Making Constitutionalism Work in Islamic Countries, by Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na`im

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Spring 2011

International Law - Globalization: Historical, Political and Legal Dimensions, by David J. Bederman

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Fall 2010

Environmental Law - The Complex Battlegrounds of Environmental Law, by William W. Buzbee

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