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Volume 25:1 – Fall 2017


  • Robert F. Turner, ​FISA Section 702: An Unconstitutional Infringement of Executive Power 

  • Michael I. Krauss, Freedom from Control, Freedom from Choice? How Will Tort Law Deal with Autonomous Vehicles?


  • Kevin Bennardo, The Third Percent

  • James J. Fishman, Rethinking Riley: Appling Commensurate and Intermediate Scrutiny Standards to Judicial Evaluation of Charitable Solicitation Regulation

  • Eric A. Johnson, Two Kinds of Coincidence: Why Courts Distinguish Dependent from Independent Intervening Causes

  • Michael Thomas Murphy, Just and Speedy: On Civil Discovery Sanctions for Luddite Lawyers


  • Daniel Masakayan, The Unconscious Discrimination Paradox: How Expanding Title VII to Incorporate Implicit Bias Cannot Solve the Issues Posed by Unconscious Discrimination