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“Fixed Star” Or Twin Star?: The Ambiguity Of Barnette, Steven D. Smith 2019 Warren Distinguished Professor of Law, University of San Diego

“Fixed Star” Or Twin Star?: The Ambiguity Of Barnette, Steven D. Smith

FIU Law Review

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Functionalism And The Infield Fly Rule, Mark A. Graber 2019 Regents Professor, University of Maryland Carey School of Law

Functionalism And The Infield Fly Rule, Mark A. Graber

FIU Law Review

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The Enfield Fly Rule, Rob Nelson 2019 A former pitcher for the Portland Mavericks and the founder Big League Chew Bubble Gum.

The Enfield Fly Rule, Rob Nelson

FIU Law Review

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Table Of Contents, 2019 Florida International University College of Law

Table Of Contents

FIU Law Review

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Editorial Board, 2019 Florida International University College of Law

Editorial Board

FIU Law Review

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Publisher, 2019 Florida International University College of Law

Publisher

FIU Law Review

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

Summary Of The Proceedings, Scott F. Norberg

FIU Law Review

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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

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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

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Thoughts On Hayden C. Covington And The Paucity Of Litigation Scholarship, Ronald K.L. Collins 2019 Co-director, History Book Festival. Former Harold S. Shefelman Scholar, University of Washington School of Law

Thoughts On Hayden C. Covington And The Paucity Of Litigation Scholarship, Ronald K.L. Collins

FIU Law Review

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Barnette And Masterpiece Cakeshop: Some Unanswered Questions, Abner S. Greene 2019 Leonard F. Manning Professor of Law, Fordham Law School

Barnette And Masterpiece Cakeshop: Some Unanswered Questions, Abner S. Greene

FIU Law Review

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A Close Reading Of Barnette, In Honor Of Vincent Blasi, Paul Horwitz 2019 Gordon Rosen Professor, Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. School of Law, University of Alabama

A Close Reading Of Barnette, In Honor Of Vincent Blasi, Paul Horwitz

FIU Law Review

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A Fixed Star In Shifting Skies: Barnette And Civil Rights Law, Leslie Kendrick 2019 Vice Dean and David H. Ibbeken ‘71 Research Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law

A Fixed Star In Shifting Skies: Barnette And Civil Rights Law, Leslie Kendrick

FIU Law Review

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Deconstitutionalizing Dewey, Aaron Saiger 2019 Fordham University School of Law

Deconstitutionalizing Dewey, Aaron Saiger

FIU Law Review

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Why Transgender Children Should Have The Right To Block Their Own Puberty With Court Authorization, Federica Vergani 2019 J.D. candidate, 2019, Florida International University (FIU) College of Law

Why Transgender Children Should Have The Right To Block Their Own Puberty With Court Authorization, Federica Vergani

FIU Law Review

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Why China Had To “Ban” Cryptocurrency But The U.S. Did Not: A Comparative Analysis Of Regulations On Crypto-Markets Between The U.S. And China, Rain Xie 2019 Washington University School of Law

Why China Had To “Ban” Cryptocurrency But The U.S. Did Not: A Comparative Analysis Of Regulations On Crypto-Markets Between The U.S. And China, Rain Xie

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

The cryptocurrency market grew from a $1.5 billion market capitalization in early 2013 to over $795 billion in January 2018. Bitcoin, an exemplar cryptocurrency, gained value from $0.08 before 2010 to over $17,000 per bitcoin in December 2017. While cryptocurrencies have campaigned for revolutionizing financial transactions, the crypto-market is plagued by nefarious minds, fleecing investors in frauds and Ponzi schemes. This crypto-mania therefore presents numerous legal and regulatory challenges that demand prompt and efficient responses. Nevertheless, the decentralized, anonymous nature of cryptocurrencies magnifies these challenges and has constantly outpaced the law’s ability to respond. To understand ...


Analyzing The Potential For Universal Disarmament Of Autonomous Weapons Systems Or How I Learned To Stop Working And Love The Killer Robot, Frank Nicholas Kelly 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Analyzing The Potential For Universal Disarmament Of Autonomous Weapons Systems Or How I Learned To Stop Working And Love The Killer Robot, Frank Nicholas Kelly

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

Lethal autonomous weapons systems (LAWS) have recently become the subject of debate among scholars, world leaders, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and the popular media. While the dangers of autonomous robotics have existed for decades in science fiction, technology has only recently made the implementation of robots capable of military combat a real possibility. With the advent of this technology, many government leaders, politicians, scientists, and business leaders are advancing the argument that just because autonomous weapons can exist does not mean they should. Some countries, however, have demonstrated a strong interest in the continued developing LAWS, making universal disarmament unlikely. This ...


Armenia And Azerbaijan's Struggle With Occupation In Nagorno-Karabakh, Carolyn Morway 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Armenia And Azerbaijan's Struggle With Occupation In Nagorno-Karabakh, Carolyn Morway

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

The corrupt occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh and its surrounding areas has resulted in displaced civilians, chaotic military violence, poor judicial law-making, and hostile international relations. Analyzing the international law of occupation’s purposes and its humanitarian requirements illustrates that there is a need for change. Set against the backdrop of Nagorno-Karabakh’s precarious situation, the international community should take this opportunity to reformulate the international law of occupation with sovereignty and humanitarian principles guiding the change. The effort could prevent another such “frozen conflict.”


Pursuing A Universal Threshold For Regulating Incitement To Discrimination, Hostility Or Violence, Rebecca Meyer 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Pursuing A Universal Threshold For Regulating Incitement To Discrimination, Hostility Or Violence, Rebecca Meyer

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) recognizes that although the right to freedom of expression is essential, it is not absolute. The ICCPR prohibits speech that incites to discrimination, hostility, or violence. The provision prohibiting such speech is important to protect individuals and communities. Yet, not all countries are adequately enforcing its mandate. Such countries are letting inciting speech spread and, in some instances, violence has ensued. Conversely, some countries are taking enforcement too far, using the criminalization of inciting speech as a tool to silence political dissent. In light of the divergent interpretations—each problematic in ...


Against Aviation Orthodoxy: India's Foreign Investment Regime For The Airline Industry, Jae Woon Lee, Umakanth Varottil 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Against Aviation Orthodoxy: India's Foreign Investment Regime For The Airline Industry, Jae Woon Lee, Umakanth Varottil

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

The foreign investment regime governing the airline industry has been the subject matter of considerable debate. Our goal in this article is to supplement the literature by embarking on an analysis of the foreign investment regime in India and to cautiously suggest that India’s new regulatory reforms could be a harbinger for other states. A study of the foreign investment regime in the airline industry in India is both interesting and timely, for at least two reasons. First, India has nearly everything that bodes well for the growth of an aviation market, and it is one of the fastest ...


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