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University of Pittsburgh Law Review
  Volume 72, Issue 1, Fall 2010 
  • THE MANY FACES OF STRICT SCRUTINY: HOW THE SUPREME COURT CHANGES THE RULES IN RACE CASES
  • SECULARISM AND THE CONSTITUTION: CAN GOVERNMENT BE TOO SECULAR?
  • GIRLS DON'T JUST WANNA HAVE FUN: MOVING PAST TITLE IX'S CONTACT SPORTS EXCEPTION
  • THE EMPLOYEE FREE CHOICE ACT: BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO UNIONS OR DEAD IN THE WATER?

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    University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change
      Volume 14, Number 1, 2011 
  • A MILLION LITTLE TAKINGS
  • CURRENCY OF LOVE: CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE BATTLE FOR SAME-SEX MARRIAGE IN THE UNITED STATES
  • WE REAP WHAT WE SOW: USING POST-DISASTER DEVELOPMENT PARADIGMS TO REVERSE STRUCTURAL DETERMINIST FRAMEWORKS AND EMPOWER SMALL FARMERS IN MISSISSIPPI AND HAITI
  • MASS INCARCERATION, EX-FELON DISCRIMINATION & BLACK LABOR MARKET DISADVANTAGE
  • ISLAMAPHOBIA, NEO-ORIENTALISM, AND THE SPECTER OF JIHAD: PROBLEMS FACING MUSLIM LITIGANTS IN U.S. COURTS

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    New Mexico Law Review
      Volume 40, Number 2, Spring 2010 
  • The Institute of Public Law: Over Four Decades of Public Service
  • Gomez Redux: Procedural and Substantive Developments Twelve Years On
  • A Quarter Century Later: Revisiting Defamation in New Mexico
  • How One Law Review Article Transformed the Law of New Mexico Forever (Not!)
  • Freedom at Home Revisited: The New Mexico Equal Rights Amendment after New Mexico Right to Choose/Naral v. Johnson
  • Truth or Consequences: Self-Incriminating Statements and Informant Veracity
  • The Role of Intimacy in the Prosecution and Sentencing of Capital Murder Cases in the U.S. Armed Forces, 1984–2005

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    Minnesota Law Review
      Volume 95, Number 4, April 2011 
  • Erie's Suppressed Premise
  • Constitutional Spaces
  • Whose Claim Is This Anyway? Third-Party Litigation Funding
  • The Role of the United States Supreme Court in Interpreting and Developing Humanitarian Law
  • Hold Fast the Keys to the Kingdom: Federal Administrative Agencies and the Need for Brady Disclosure
  • Turning Winners into Losers: Ponzi Scheme Avoidance Law and the Inequity of Clawbacks
  • Expanding the Role of Trade Preference Programs

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    Journal of Food Law and Policy
      Volume 6, Number 2, Fall 2010 
  • Reconsidering Federalism and the Farm: Toward Including Local, State and Regional Voices in America's Food System
  • The Quest to End Hunger In Our Time: Can Political Will Catch Up With Our Core Values?
  • Cheaters Shouldn't Prosper and Consumers Shouldn't Suffer: The Need for Government Enforcement Against Economic Adulteration of 100% Pomegranate Juice and Other Imported Food Products
  • A Bittersweet Deal for Consumers: The Unnatural Application of Preemption to High Fructose Corn Syrup Labeling Claims
  • Produce Exceptionalism: Examining the Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement and its Ability to Improve Food Safety
  • United States Food Law Update: Health Care Reform, Preemption, Labeling Claims and Unpaid Interns: The Latest Battles in Food Law
  • European Union Food Law Update

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    Harvard Environmental Law Review
      Volume 35, Number 1, 2011 
  • Eyes on a Climate Prize: Rewarding Energy Innovation to Achieve Climate Stabilization
  • Notional Generosity: Explaining Charitable Donors' High Willingness to Part With Conservation Easements
  • Transition Policy in Environmental Law
  • The Dormant Commerce Clause and Water Export: Toward a New Analytical Paradigm
  • Capturing Individual Harms
  • Rules Without Reasons: The Diminishing Role of Statutory Policy and Equitable Discretion in the Law of NEPA Remedies
  • North Carolina v. Tennessee Valley Authority

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    American Journal of Criminal Law
      Volume 37, Number 3, Summer 2010 
  • Criminalizing Day-to-Day Life: A Socio-Legal Critique Gang Injunctions
  • Special Populations and the Importance of Prison Oversight
  • The Problem of 'Proceeds' in the Era of FERA
  • Criminal Malpractice: Avoiding the Chutes and Using the Ladders

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    Boston University Law Review
      Volume 91, Number 2, March 2011 
  • Making the Best of Felony Murder
  • The Polling Place Priming (PPP) Effect: Is Voting in Churches (or Anywhere Else) Unconstitutional?
  • Equality of Opportunity and the Charitable Tax Subsidies
  • DNA Theft: Recognizing the Crime of Nonconsensual Genetic Collection and Testing
  • Delaware's Non-Waivable Duties
  • Judge Thompson and the Appellate Court Confirmation Process
  • Legislating Around the Appointments Clause
  • Testing the Testimonial Doctrine: The Impact of Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts on State-Level Criminal Prosecutions and Procedure

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    Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (United Kingdom)
      Volume 6, Number 6, June 2011 
  • Creating the conditions for creation —or competition?
  • Patents: Post-expiry saisie-contrefaçon: Belgium and France diverge
  • Patents: ‘Abstract idea’ exception to patent-eligible subject matter clarified
  • Patents: Patentee losing claim construction does not make infringement case ‘exceptional’
  • Trade marks: How likely is a ‘likelihood of confusion’?
  • Trade marks: The chocolate menagerie: the General Court decides on bunny, reindeer and mouse shapes
  • Trade marks: Trade mark in VOGUE
  • Trade marks: Repackaging of pharmaceutical products imported in parallel
  • Copyright: ECJ rules on legislative limitations on copyright protection for designs in Europe
  • Copyright: ‘Communication to the Public’ in FAPL v QC Leisure and Murphy v Media Protection Services: the Advocate General's Opinion
  • Copyright: A narrow defeat is still a defeat: integrity clipped before its best-before date
  • Patenting free energy: the BlackLight litigation and the hydrogen economy
  • Judicial reform of patent litigation in the USA
  • An exploration of keyword advertisements and trade mark infringement doi:10.1093/jiplp/jpr040
  • Horizontal patents, commercial benefit, and sophisticated patent strategies
  • A fresh and thought-provoking treatment of copyright law
  • Patent law for decision-makers
  • Invaluable for trade mark owners, in-house, specialist, and non-specialist trade mark lawyers

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    Police Quarterly
      Volume 14, Number 2, June 2011 
  • Police Responses to the Methamphetamine Problem: An analysis of the Organizational and Regulatory Context
  • Exploring Administrators’ Perceptions of Light-Duty Assignment
  • The Relationship Between Career Pathways of Internal and Citizen Complaints
  • Searching for Contraband: Assessing the Use of Discretion by Police Officers
  • Measuring the Impact of Police Discretion on Official Crime Statistics: A Research Note

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    IP Law Book Review
      Volume 1, Number 2, February 2010 
  • THE PUBLIC DOMAIN: ENCLOSING THE COMMONS OF THE MIND by James Boyle
  • GENE PATENTS AND COLLABORATIVE LICENSING MODELS: PATENT POOLS, CLEARINGHOUSES, OPEN SOURCE MODELS AND LIABILITY REGIMES edited by Geertrui Van Overwalle
  • VIRTUAL JUSTICE: THE NEW LAWS OF ONLINE WORLDS, by Greg Lastowka
  • THE SOUL OF CREATIVITY: FORGING A MORAL RIGHTS LAW FOR THE UNITED STATES, by Roberta Rosenthal Kwall
  • INHERENT VICE: BOOTLEG HISTORIES OF VIDEOTAPE AND COPYRIGHT by Lucas Hilderbrand
  • BEYOND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: MATCHING INFORMATION PROTECTION TO INNOVATION by William Kingston
  • PATENT ETHICS: LITIGATION, by David Hricik

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    Insurance Law Journal (Australia)
      Volume 22, Number 1, May 2011 
  • Australian insurance contract law: Out of the chaos—A modern, just and proportionate reforming statute
  • The interpretation of lesser words in insurance contracts: A matter of contextual common sense?
  • Flood insurance,denials of claim and the role of the Financial Ombudsman Service
  • Insurance and the law of negligence: An influential or irrelevant persuader?

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    Journal of Contract Law (Australia)
      Volume 27, Numbers 1 and 2, May 2011 
  • The Nature of Contractual Indemnities
  • Employees and Indemnities
  • Indemnities and Guarantees: A Taxonomic Expedition
  • Indemnities and the Civil Liability Legislation
  • The Assignment of Guarantees: A Review of Hutchens v Deauville Investments Pty Ltd
  • Indemnities for the Benefit of Others
  • Agreements, Common Mistake and the Purpose of Contract
  • Accord and Satisfaction by Way of Full Settlement Cheque
  • Causation and Bad Faith in Economic Duress
  • Consumer Contracting in the Age of the Digital Natives
  • Process Contracts in Government Commercial Tendering

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    Tax Management Memorandum
      Volume 52, Number 11, May 23, 2011 
  • FDIC-Assisted Transactions: Section 597 Redux

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    International and Comparative Law Quarterly (United Kingdom)
      Volume 60, Number 2, April 2011 
  • ARBITRATION IN THREE DIMENSIONS
  • THE EUROPEANIZATION OF THIRD COUNTRY JUDICIARIES THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF THE EU ACQUIS: THE CASES OF RUSSIA AND UKRAINE
  • THE FUNCTIONS OF TRANSPARENCY IN REGULATING CONTRACT TERMS: UK AND AUSTRALIAN APPROACHES
  • POSTMODERN INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES LAW, OR WE ARE ALL COASTAL STATES NOW
  • INTERNATIONAL LAW, PEACE AGREEMENTS AND SELF-DETERMINATION: THE CASE OF THE SUDAN
  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ASYLUM CLAIMS AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: A PROGRESS NARRATIVE?
  • NATIONAL COURT INTERVENTION IN ARBITRATION AS AN INVESTMENT TREATY CLAIM
  • THE CANCUN CLIMATE AGREEMENTS: READING THE TEXT, SUBTEXT AND TEA LEAVES
  • I. REFORM OR REVOLUTION? THE FINANCIAL CRISIS, EU FINANCIAL MARKETS LAW, AND THE EUROPEAN SECURITIES AND MARKETS AUTHORITY
  • II. THE PROMOTION OF INVESTMENTS IN NEW MARKETS IN ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND THE ROLE OF NATIONAL REGULATORY AUTHORITIES AFTER COMMISSION V GERMANY
  • III. THE NEGATIVE IMPLICATIONS OF EU PRIVILEGE LAW UNDER AKZO NOBEL AT HOME AND ABROAD
  • I. CLARIFYING THE ‘PHILOSOPHY OF ARTICLE 15’ IN THE BRUSSELS I REGULATION: C-585/08 PETER PAMMER V REEDERE KARL SCHLUTER GMBH & CO AND C-144/09 HOTEL ALPENHOF GESMBH V OLIVER HELLER
  • The Relationship Between State and Individual Responsibility for International Crimes by Beatrice I Bonafè [Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, 2009, 284 pp, ISBN 978-90-04-17331-6, $106 (h/bk)]
  • Evidence, Proof, and Fact-Finding in WTO Dispute Settlement by Michelle T Grando [Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2009, 350 pp, ISBN 978-0-19-957264-9; £70 (h/bk)]
  • The WTO Agreement on Safeguards by Andrew Sykes [Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006, 392 pp, ISBN 978-0-19-927740-7 £94.95 (h/bk)]

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    Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
      Volume 8, Issue 2, June 2011 
  • Competitiveness in State Supreme Court Elections, 1946–2009
  • The Paradox of “Fraud-on-the-Market Theory”: Who Relies on the Efficiency of Market Prices?
  • Do Joint Parenting Laws Make Any Difference?
  • Judge-Jury Difference in Punitive Damages Awards: Who Listens to the Supreme Court?
  • Incorporation Law, Ownership Structure, and Firm Value: Evidence from Canada
  • An Empirical Study of Court-Adjudicated Takings Compensation in New York City: 1990–2003
  • Community Characteristics and Tort Law: The Importance of County Demographic Composition and Inequality to Tort Trial Outcomes

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    Ratio Juris: An International Journal of Jurisprudence and Philosophy of Law (United Kingdom)
      Volume 24, Issue 2, June 2011 
  • Linguistic Objectivity in Norm Sentences: Alternatives in Literal Meaning
  • Neil MacCormick's Second Thoughts on Legal Reasoning and Legal Theory. A Defence of the Original View
  • Karl Olivecrona's Legal Philosophy. A Critical Appraisal
  • Lost in the System or Lost in Translation? The Exchanges between Hart and Ross

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    ABA Journal
      Volume 97, May 2011 
  • Flunking Civics
  • Battle of Atlanta
  • Orphaned Treasures

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    European Journal of Risk Regulation (Germany)
      Issue 1, 2011 
  • Editorial
  • Humanizing Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • Smart Regulation: The European Commission's Updated Strategy
  • A Brief Comment on "Humanizing Cost-Benefit Analysis"
  • On the Smartness of Smart Regulation—A Brief Comment on the Future Reform Agenda
  • Regulating the Use of Bisphenol A in Baby and Children's Products in the European Union: Current Developments and Scenarios for the Regulatory Future
  • Regulating Catastrophic Risks by Standards
  • Supranational Governance and Networked Accountability Structures: Member State Oversight of EU Agencies
  • Cancun, Climate Change, and Intellectual Property Rights: Nο News is Good News for Green Patents
  • Reinterpreting Patent Valuation and Evaluation: The Tricky World of Nanotechnology
  • Internet-Based Trade and the Court of Justice: Different Sector, Different Attitude
  • What's in a Name?—Defining a 'Nanomaterial' for Regulatory Purposes in Europe
  • Risk and Regulatory Factors Affecting Location Decisions by Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies
  • The European Court of Auditors Steps Out Of Its Comfort Zone With An 'Impact Assessment Audit'
  • 2010 Meltdown —Airport Closure Risk Communications in London and NYC
  • How Deep Should We Go?—Searching for an Appropriate Standard of Review in the SPS Cases
  • Supplementary Protection Certificates for Plant Protection Products and Provisional Marketing Authorization: The ECJ's Decision in Lovells v. Bayer
  • (Re)evolution of the Test of Urgency for Interim Relief before the EU General Court—The Case of "Innocuous" Napropamide
  • State Aids and Environmental Taxes: The Northern Ireland Exemption to the UK Aggregates Levy
  • Tomra: Exclusive Dealing and Rebates in the Light (and Shadows) of Dominance
  • The Carmen Media Case—The Expected Catalyst from Brussels for a New Approach to German Gambling Law?
  • Zander: The Application of the Precautionary Principle in Practice: Comparative Dimensions

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    Michigan State Law Review
      Volume 2010, Issue 2, Summer 2010 
  • Redesigning the American Law School
  • Salvaging Privacy & Tranquility from the Wreckage: Images of Death, Emotions of Distress & Remedies of Tort in the Age of the Internet
  • Gideon's Ghost: Providing the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel in Times of Budgetary Crisis
  • Williams v. Lee (1959)—50 years Later: A Reassessment of One of the Most Important Cases in the Modern-Era of Federal Indian Law
  • Lawyers as Leaders
  • Rethinking the Public–Private Distinction in Legal Ethics: The Case of "Substitute" Attorneys General
  • Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better and Without Consequences: The Public University Monopoly on Research Technologies and the Educational Market
  • Georgia-Pacific to the Rescue: Paice's Modified Georgia-Pacific Analysis for Ongoing Royalty Assessment