Volume 128 Issue 2
The (Non)Finality of Supreme Court Opinions
Bringing transparency to the Court's revisions
The Laws of Capitalism
Capitalism is a legal order, not a statistical regularity
Citizens United at Work
How the landmark decision legalized political coercion in the workplace
Data Mining, Dog Sniffs, and the Fourth Amendment
A framework for evaluating suspicionless mass surveillance programs
Exploring the (extra)legal complexity of BDSM contracts
Google Spain SL v. Agencia Española de Protección de Datos
Court of Justice of the European Union Creates Presumption that Google Must Remove Links to Personal Data upon Request.
United States v. Ganias
Second Circuit Creates a Potential "Right to Deletion" of Imaged Hard Drives.
In re Late Fee and Over-Limit Fee Litigation
Ninth Circuit Rejects Due Process Limit on Credit Card Fees.
Lotes Co. v. Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.
Second Circuit Adopts Minn-Chem test for Domestic Effects.
Gonzalez-Oyarzun v. Caribbean City Builders, Inc.
Puerto Rico District Court Holds that the Seventh Amendment Applies to States, Commonwealths, and Territories.
Edwards v. District of Columbia
D.C. Circuit Holds Unconstitutional District of Columbia's Tour Guide License Regulation.
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, Inc.
NLRB Holds that the NLRA Protects Workers Seeking Colleagues' Assistance in Filing Sexual Harassment Complaints.
Recent Policy Paper
The Office of The Prosecutor of the ICC, Policy Paper on Sexual and Gender Based Crimes
ICC Outlines Policies to Improve Prosecutorial Outcomes.
Recent Publications – December 2014
Thomas Piketty and the Future of Legal Scholarship
There is no such thing as capitalism
Should the Supreme Court Correct Its Mistakes?
Yes, if the process is fair and open