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Vol. 100 Print Issues


Back to the Future? Legal Scholarship in the Progressive Era and Today, by Daniel A. Farber here

Against Jawboning, by Derek E. Bambauer here

Revitalizing Dormant Commerce Clause Review for Interstate Coordination, by Alexandra B. Klass & Jim Rossi here

Why Rape Should Not (Always) Be a Crime, by Katharine K. Baker here

Outrageous and Irrational, by Jane R. Bambauer & Toni M. Massaro here

Note: Social Group Semantics: The Evidentiary Requirements of “Particularity” and “Social Distinction” in Pro Se Asylum Adjudications, by Nicholas R. Bednar here

Note: Remodeling “Model Aircraft”: Why Restrictive Language That Grounded the Unmanned Industry Should Cease To Govern It, by Maxwell Mensinger here

Note: A Merry-Go-Round of Metal and Manipulation: Toward a New Framework for Commodity Exchange Self-Regulation, by Samuel D. Posnick here


Communicating the Canons: How Lower Courts React When the Supreme Court Changes the Rules of Statutory Interpretation, by Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl here

Equity Crowdfunding: A Market for Lemons?, by Darian M. Ibrahim here

The Digital Shareholder, by Andrew A. Schwartz here

Syria, Cost-sharing, and the Responsibility to Protect Refugees, by E. Tendayi Achiume here

Note: Striking Before the Well Goes Dry: Exploring If and How the United States Ban on Crude Oil Exports Should Be Lifted To Exploit the American Oil Boom, by Sam Andre here

Note: Same-Sex Marriage and Disestablishing Parentage: Reconceptualizing Legal Parenthood Through Surrogacy, by Michael S. DePrince here

Note: Rejecting Tax Exceptionalism: Bringing Temporary Treasury Regulations Back in Line with the APA, by Eleanor D. Wood here


Anticompetitive Patent Injunctions, by Erik Hovenkamp & Thomas F. Cotter here

Reconsidering Fictitious Pricing, by David Adam Friedman here

Restoring Reason to the Third Party Doctrine, by Lucas Issacharoff & Kyle Wirshba here

The Distributive Deficit in Law and Economics, by Lee Anne Fennell & Richard H. McAdams here

Note: Hard Choices: Where To Draw the Line on Limiting Selection in the Selective Reduction of Multifetal Pregnancies, by Mary A. Scott here

Note: Haute off the Press: Refashioning Copyright Law To Protect American Fashion Designs from the Economic Threat of 3D Printing, by Anna M. Luczkow here

Note: Incorporating Cost into the Return of Incidental Findings Calculus: Defining a Responsible Default for Genetics and Genomics Researchers, by Emily Scholtes here


Regulating Employment-Based Anything, by Brendan S. Maher here

Antitrust and the Robo-Seller: Competition in the Time of Algorithms, by Salil K. Mehra here

Financial Weapons of War, by Tom C.W. Lin here

Regulating Financial Change: A Functional Approach, by Steven L. Schwarcz here

Rethinking Technology Neutrality, by Brad A. Greenberg here

The Secret History of the Bluebook, by Fred R. Shapiro & Julie Graves Krishnaswami here

Note: The Shoe Doesn’t Fit: General Jurisdiction Should Follow Corporate Structure, by Seungwon Chung here

Note: Live Long and Prosper: How the Persistent and Increasing Popularity of Fan Fiction Requires a New Solution in Copyright Law, by Brittany Johnson here

Note: You Should Be Free To Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk: Applying Riley v. California to Smart Activity Trackers, by Katharine Saphner here


Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Celebrating 100 Volumes of the Minnesota Law Review, by Rajin S. Olson here

The Most-Cited Articles from the Minnesota Law Review, by Fred R. Shapiro here

The United States Supreme Court (Mostly) Gives Up Its Review Role with Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Cases, by Paul Marcus here.

Culture as a Structural Problem in Indigent Defense, by Eve Brensike Primus here

Prosser’s The Fall of the Citadel, by Kenneth S. Abraham here

The Remains of the Citadel (Economic Loss Rule in Products Cases), by Catherine M. Sharkey here

Perspectives on the Fourth Amendment Forty Years Later: Toward the Realization of an Inclusive Regulatory Model, by Donald A. Dripps here

Anthony Amsterdam’s Perspectives on the Fourth Amendment, and What It Teaches About the Good and Bad in Rodriguez v. United States, by Tracey Maclin here

Regaining Perspective: Constitutional Criminal Adjudication in the U.S. Supreme Court, by Andrew Manuel Crespo here

“The More Things Change . . .”: New Moves for Legitimizing Racial Discrimination in a “Post-Race” World, by Mario L. Barnes here

Will LGBT Antidiscrimination Law Follow the Course of Race Antidiscrimination Law?, by Robert S. Chang here

New Economy, Old Biases, by Nancy Leong here

Note: Anticompetitive Until Proven Innocent: An Antitrust Proposal To Embargo Covert Patent Privateering Against Small Businesses, by Kyle R. Kroll here

Note: Maximizing the Min-Max Test: A Proposal To Unify the Framework for Rule 403 Decisions, by Leah Tabbert here


No Longer a Neutral Magistrate: The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in the Wake of the War on Terror, by Walter F. Mondale, Robert A. Stein & Caitlinrose Fisher here

Public Enforcement Compensation and Private Rights, by Prentiss Cox here

Of Mice and Men: On the Seclusion of Immigration Detainees and Hospital Patients, by Stacey A. Tovino here

The Moral Psychology of Copyright Infringement, by Christopher Buccafusco & David Fagundes here

The Missing Pieces of Geoengineering Research Governance, by Albert C. Lin here

Note: Address Confidentiality and Real Property Records: Safeguarding Interests in Land While Protecting Battered Women, by Jonathan Grant here