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Ringing Changes: Systems Thinking About Legal Licensing, Joan W. Howarth, Judith Welch Wegner 2019 Distinguished Visiting Professor, Boyd School of Law, UNLV; Dean Emerita, Michigan State University College of Law

Ringing Changes: Systems Thinking About Legal Licensing, Joan W. Howarth, Judith Welch Wegner

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


More Transparency, Please, Kyle McEntee 2019 Executive Director, Law School Transparency (“LST”)

More Transparency, Please, Kyle Mcentee

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Puzzle Of The Infield Fly Rule, Spencer Weber Waller 2019 John Paul Stevens Chair in Competition Law, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law

The Puzzle Of The Infield Fly Rule, Spencer Weber Waller

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Murphy V. Ncaa: The Constitutionality Of State-Authorized Sports Gambling, Shane Landers 2019 Texas A&M University School of Law (Student)

Murphy V. Ncaa: The Constitutionality Of State-Authorized Sports Gambling, Shane Landers

Texas A&M Law Review

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” Thus, “Congress may not simply ‘commandee[r] the legislative processes of the States by directly compelling them to enact and enforce a federal regulatory program.’” In Murphy v. NCAA, the United States Supreme Court held that a federal law that prevents States from legalizing sports gambling “violates the anticommandeering rule.” The Supreme Court’s decision in Murphy reemphasizes a fundamental principle of dual sovereignty—Congress is prohibited from “issu[ing] direct orders ...


Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 2019, University of Richmond 2019 University of Richmond

Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 2019, University Of Richmond

Richmond Law Magazine

'If not you, who?'

A Common Cause

Mass Appeal


The Government Should Not Always Win: I.R.S. Practices That Verge On Unconstitutional Practices, Kayla Kendrick Odom 2019 Barry University School of Law

The Government Should Not Always Win: I.R.S. Practices That Verge On Unconstitutional Practices, Kayla Kendrick Odom

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Immigration's Future: Closing The Door On The American Dream?, Ritcy Canelon 2019 Barry University School of Law

Immigration's Future: Closing The Door On The American Dream?, Ritcy Canelon

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Threat Is Real: Protecting The Energy Infrastructure From Cyberattacks, Patricia Blotzer 2019 Barry University School of Law

The Threat Is Real: Protecting The Energy Infrastructure From Cyberattacks, Patricia Blotzer

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Protecting All Women: Tribal Protection Orders And Required Enforcement Under Vawa, Brenna P. Riley 2019 J.D. 2019, Roger Williams University School of Law

Protecting All Women: Tribal Protection Orders And Required Enforcement Under Vawa, Brenna P. Riley

Roger Williams University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Opioid Crisis: The States' And Local Governments' Response To Bigpharma's Deception And Why The Supremacy Clause May Provide A Cloak For Opioid Manufacturers To Hide Behind, Tracie Childers 2019 Barry University School of Law

The Opioid Crisis: The States' And Local Governments' Response To Bigpharma's Deception And Why The Supremacy Clause May Provide A Cloak For Opioid Manufacturers To Hide Behind, Tracie Childers

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Philosophical Basis For Judicial Restraint, Michael Evan Gold 2019 Cornell University

A Philosophical Basis For Judicial Restraint, Michael Evan Gold

Articles and Chapters

The purpose of this article is to establish a principled basis for restraint of judicial lawmaking. The principle is that all findings of fact, whether of legislative or adjudicative facts, must be based on evidence in the record of a case. This principle is grounded in moral philosophy. I will begin with a discussion of the relevant aspect of moral philosophy, then state and defend the principle, and finally apply it to a line of cases.


Richmond Law Magazine: Summer 2019, University of Richmond 2019 University of Richmond

Richmond Law Magazine: Summer 2019, University Of Richmond

Richmond Law Magazine

A Toxic Relationship

Capt. Daniel vs. The President

Numbers Game


De-Limiting Rules, Peter B. Oh 2019 Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

De-Limiting Rules, Peter B. Oh

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Department Of Justice Versus Apple Inc. -- The Great Encryption Debate Between Privacy And National Security, Julia P. Eckart 2019 The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

The Department Of Justice Versus Apple Inc. -- The Great Encryption Debate Between Privacy And National Security, Julia P. Eckart

Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology

This article is an attempt to objectively examine and assess legal arguments made by Apple Inc. (Apple) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) concerning the DOJ’s use of the All Writs Act[1] (AWA) to require Apple to provide technical assistance to the DOJ so that it could access the encrypted data from the locked iPhone of Syed Rizwan Farook, commonly referred to as the San Bernardino shooter. The DOJ’s initial ex parte application focused on meeting the requirements of United States v. New York Telephone Co.[2] concluding the court order was authorized and appropriate. Apple not ...


Tracking And Reflecting On Hate And Discrimination: A Meta-Analysis And Survey Experiment Depicting Perceptions Of Sikh Americans And The Sikh Faith In The United States, Serene Singh 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder

Tracking And Reflecting On Hate And Discrimination: A Meta-Analysis And Survey Experiment Depicting Perceptions Of Sikh Americans And The Sikh Faith In The United States, Serene Singh

Undergraduate Honors Theses

Abstract: Sikhs have been largely ignored in the literature surrounding criminal justice and religious tolerance. The many pressures faced by this group, including hate crimes, present an urgent need for political scientists to understand the issues this community faces and further, to challenge those issues to ensure their well-being. This research examines both of these concepts through two separate analyses: a meta-analysis and a survey experiment. In the meta-analysis, the Sikh experience is contextualized by assessing trends in media coverage and representation of turbans in the United States. This section reports a meta-analysis of 81 published journals, articles, and studies ...


How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bots, And How I Learned To Start Worrying About Democracy Instead, Antonio F. Perez 2019 Catholic University, Columbus School of Law

How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bots, And How I Learned To Start Worrying About Democracy Instead, Antonio F. Perez

Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology

This essay reviewing Striking Power, John Yoo and Jeremy Rabkin's new book on the legal and policy implications of autonomous weapons, takes issue with the book’s assumptions and; therefore its conclusions. The essay argues that, because of technological and ethical limitations, discriminate and effective use of autonomous weapons may not serve as an adequate substitute for traditional manpower-based military forces. It further argues that traditional conceptions of international law could prove more durable than Yoo and Rabkin suggest, and finally it concludes by suggesting that a grand strategy relying primarily on technological elites managing autonomous weapons actually threatens ...


Summary Of The Proceedings, Scott F. Norberg 2019 Florida International University College of Law

Summary Of The Proceedings, Scott F. Norberg

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Marginalization Of Black Aspiring Lawyers, Aaron N. Taylor 2019 Executive Director, AccessLex Center for Legal Education Excellence

The Marginalization Of Black Aspiring Lawyers, Aaron N. Taylor

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Cooperative Rape, Gabriel M. Glasser 2019 J.D., 2017, Florida International University (FIU) College of Law

Cooperative Rape, Gabriel M. Glasser

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Prehistory Of The Infield Fly Rule, Richard Hershberger 2019 Author of Strike Four: The Evolution of Baseball and “Revisiting the Origin of the Infield Fly Rule” Baseball Research Journal Fall 2018.

The Prehistory Of The Infield Fly Rule, Richard Hershberger

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


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