53:2 Physician Aid-In-Dying

Comment

53:2 Should the Law Care Why Intellectual Property Rights Have Been Asserted?

Article

53:2 Patentable Subject Matter as a Policy Driver

Article

53:2 Copyright and Social Justice in the Digital Information Society

Article

53:2 Tracermarks: A Proposed Information Intervention

Article

53:2 Time to Say Local Cheese and Smile at Geographical Indications of Origin?

Article

53:2 Irreconcilable Differences? The Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement and the Common Law

Article

53:1 Mooting the Fair Labor Standards Act

Comment

53:1 Felony Count 1: Indecent Disclosure

Comment

53:1 From “The Oil Is Ours!” to Liberalization

Comment

53:1 The Dominant Mineral Estate in the Horizontal Well Context

Article

53:1 Boundary Work in Environmental Law

Article

53:1 Reforming REIT Taxation (or Not)

Article

52:5 Shelter from the Retaliation Storm

Comment

52:5 Something’s Got to Give: The Anomaly and Doctrinal Tension in the Wake of Pinholster and Martinez

Comment

52:5 Known Injuries vs. Known Risks: Finding the Appropriate Standard for Determining the Validity of Releases Under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act

Comment

52:5 Vance v. Ball State University and the Ill-Fitted Supervisor/Co-Worker Dichotomy of Employer Liability

Comment

52:5 Abandonment and Adverse Possession

Article

52:5 Punishment as Protection

Article

52:5 Cops, Canines, and Curtilage: What Jardines Teaches and What It Leaves Unanswered

Article

52:4 Living Without Protection: Nuisance Property Laws Unduly Burden Innocent Tenants and Entrench Divisions Between Impoverished Communities and Law Enforcement

Comment

52:4 Yes, No, Maybe So: Uncertainty in Texas Groundwater Withdrawal for Hydraulic Fracturing

Comment

52:4 It’s Not Abusive or Personal: Student Loans and 11 U.S.C. § 707

Comment

52:4 What Marriage Equality Can Tell Us About Popular Constitutionalism (and Vice-Versa)

Commentary

  • Jane S. SchacterWhat Marriage Equality Can Tell Us About Popular Constitutionalism (and Vice-Versa), 52 Hous. L. Rev. 1147 (2015). (Westlaw)
  • 52:4 A Deer in Headlights: The Supreme Court, LGBT Rights, and Equal Protection

    Commentary

    52:4 Original Meaning and Marriage Equality

    Address

    52:3 Addressing Wrongful Convictions: An Examination of Texas’s New Junk Science Writ and Other Measures for Protecting the Innocent

    Comment

    52:3 Goodbye, Uncle Sam? How the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act is Causing A Drastic Increase in the Number of Americans Renouncing Their Citizenship

    Comment

    52:2 Texas Cities Respond to Payday Lending

    Comment

    52:2 Fair Use or Unfair Abuse: How Copyright Law Should Adapt in the Age of Ad-Skipping Technology

    Comment

    52:2 What Kind of Property Is Intellectual Property?

    Article

    52:2 Afterword

    Article

    52:2 The Core of Copyright: Authors, Not Publishers

    Articles

    52:2 Rules and Standards in Copyright

    Article

    52:2 The Dual Narratives in the Landscape of Music Copyright

    Article

    52:2 A Musical Work Is a Set of Instructions

    Article

    52:2 Introduction

    Article

    52:1 When Commercial Meets Sovereign: A New Paradigm for Applying the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act in Crossover Cases

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    52:1 C(r)ap and Trade: The Brave New World of Non-Point Source Nutrient Trading and Using Lessons from Greenhouse Gas Markets to Make It Work

    Articles

    52:1 Eight Gates for Expert Witnesses: Fifteen Years Later

    Articles

    51:5 Optimal Deterrence: A Law and Economics Assessment of Sex and Labor Trafficking Law in the United States

    Comment

    51:5 From Pioneer to Punisher: America’s Quest to Find Its Juvenile Justice Identity

    Comment

    51:5 Why So Serious? Taking the Word “Seriously” More Seriously in Plain Error Review of Federal Sentencing Appeals

    Comment

    51:5 Why Prosecutors Charge: A Comparison of Federal and New York State Arson and Robbery Filings, 2006-2010

    Article

    51:5 A Critical View of the Sentencing Commission’s Recent Recommendations to “Strengthen the Guidelines System”

    Article

    51:5 Prison-by-Default: Challenging the Federal Sentencing Policy’s Presumption of Incarceration

    Article

    51:5 Dead Law Walking: The Surprising Tenacity of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines

    Article

    51:5 The Relevance of Offender Characteristics in a Guideline System

    Address

    51:4 A Call to Congress: Amend Education Legislation and Ensure That President Obama’s “Race to the Top” Leaves No Child Left Behind

    Comment

    51:4 A Dose of Reality: The Struggle with Causation in Toxic Tort Litigation

    Comment