54:5 “Any Way You Want It, That’s the Way You Need It”: Rethinking Service of Process in Texas Under Article 10(a) of the Convention

Note

54:5 Justice Scalia Was Right: “No One Really Believes that [Martinez] Will Remain Limited to Ineffective-Assistance-of-Trial-Counsel-Cases”

Comment

54:5 Hedge Funds Should Be Able to Challenge Patent Validity Using Inter Partes Review Despite Mixed Motives

Comment

54:5 Regulating Reliability

Article

54:5 Green Home Standards: Information and Incentives

Article

54:5 Lender Discrimination, Black Churches, and Bankruptcy

Article

54:5 The Trouble with Tacking: A Reconsideration of Trademark Priority

Article

54:4 The Changing Landscape of Patent Subject Matter Eligibility and its Impact on Biotechnological Innovation

Comment

54:4 Uncertain Waters: the Legal Implications of the “New Waters of the United States” Rule on the Energy Sector and a Potential Remedy Within Administrative Law

Comment

54:4 Common Courtesy: How the New Common Rule Strengthens Human Subject Protections

Comment

54:4 Playing Cards in a Hurricane: Party Reform in an Age of Polarization

Commentary

54:4 The Parties’ Struggles in the Political “Market”: Can Regulation Solve This Problem – Should It, and if so, How?

Commentary

54:4 Outsourcing Politics: The Hostile Takeover of Our Hollowed-Out Political Parties

Address

54:3 School-to-Prison Pipeline: An Evaluation of Zero Tolerance Policies and Their Alternatives

Article

54:3 TRCP 91A: Resolving the Confusion

Article

54:3 Judicial Federalism in the European Union

Article

54:3 Restoring the Deliberative Ideal: The Jury as a Framework for Reforming Congress

Article

54:3 Enlightened Originalism

Article

54:2 Bringing a Gun to a Knife Fight: Texas H.B. 40 and Local Regulation of Oil and Gas Operations

Comment

54:2 Rethinking Assignor Estoppel

Thirteenth Annual Spring Lecture

54:2 Authorship in China (and Beyond): Authorship and Related Issues Under the Chinese Copyright Law of 1990

Article

54:2 Recalibrating Originality

Article

54:2 The Folklore and Symbolism of Authorship in American Copyright Law

Article

54:2 Authors Versus Owners

Article

54:2 Functional Compilations

Article

54:2 Reach Out and Touch Someone: Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of Feist Publications, Inc. v. Rural Telephone Service Co.

Historical Essay

54:1 Magistrates and Misdemeanors: Examining Magistrate Judges’ Petty-Offense Jurisdiction

Comment

54:1 “Loser Pays” in Patent Examination

Article

54:1 Separation of Powers, Executive Authority, and Suspension of Disbelief

Article

54:1 The Riddle of Harmless Error Revisited

Article

54:1 Must the States Discriminate Against Their Own Producers Under the Dormant Commerce Clause?

Article

53:5 DNA Matches to Unadjudicated Rape Cases as a Sentencing Factor: Can They Be Justified?

Comment

53:5 Lethal Words: The Harmful Impact of Cyberbullying and the Need for Federal Criminalization

Comment

53:5 Targeting U.S. Citizens in the Fight Against the Islamic State

Comment

53:5 Return to Regulation: FDA, Energy Drinks, and Our Youth

Comment

53:5 Transferred Justice: An Empirical Account of Federal Transfers in the Wake of Atlantic Marine

Article

53:5 The Public University’s Right to Prohibit Discrimination

Comment

53:5 Uncertainty, Complexity, and Regulatory Design

Article

53:5 Big Data and Social Netbanks: Are You Ready to Replace Your Bank?

Article

53-4 Criminal Transmission of HIV Laws

Comment

53-4 Split Net Neutrality

Comment

53-4 Finding Common Ground in the Antiquities Trade Debate to Promote Pragmatic Reforms

Comment

53-4 When Responsibilities Collide

Commentary

53-4 Multi-Part Tests in the Jus Ad Bellum

Commentary

53:4 The War Powers and Humanitarian Intervention

Address

53:3 Healthcare Price Transparency: Reintroducing Competition

Comment

53:3 Free Exercise and the Definition of Religion: Confusion in the Federal Courts

Article

53:3 Bills of Attainder

Article

53:3 “Immigrants Are Not Criminals”: Respectability, Immigration Reform, and Hyperincarceration

Article

53:3 General Jurisdiction in the Place of Incorporation: An Artificial “Home” for an Artificial Person

Article