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Volume 86  

 

 

Issue One: November 2011 

  

  • Transnational Class Actions and the Illusory Search for Res Judicata, Tanya J. Monestier (Lead Article)   
  • Unnatural Resource Law:  Situating Desalination in Coastal Resource and Water Law Doctrines, Michael Pappas   
  • False Efficiency and Missed Opportunities in Law and Economics, Shawn J. Bayern   
  • Essay: Legal Realism, Innate Morality, and the Structural Role of the Supreme Court in the U.S. Constitutional DemocracyKarl S. Coplan     
  • Comment, Emergence of a Deportation Gideon?: The Impact of Padilla v. Kentucky on Right to Counsel, Duncan Fulton     
  • Comment, Is It Really That Simple?: Circuits Split over Reasonable Suspicion Requirement for Visual Body-Cavity Searches of Arrestees, Camille E. Gauthier    

  

  

Issue Two: December 2011 

  

  • Breaking the Grip of the Administrative Triad: Agency Policymaking Under a Necessity-Based Doctrine, Michael Ray Harris (Lead Article)    
  • Juvenile Criminal Responsibility: Can Malice Supply the Want of Years?, Craig Lerner    
  • Documentary Disenfranchisement, Jessie Allen    
  • Comment, The Illusion of Amateurism: A Climate of Tortious Interference in the World of Amateur Sports, Craig D. Alfred    
  • Comment, I'll Believe It When I "C" It: Rethinking § 501(c)(3)'s Prohibition on Politicking, Jennifer Rigterink   

  

 

Issue Three: February 2012 

 

  • Many-to-Many Contracts, Heidi S. Bond  (Lead Article) 
  • Which the Deader Hand? A Counter to the American Law Institute's Proposed Revival of Dying Perpetuities Rules, Scott Andrew Shepard   
  • Rethinking the Harmonization of Jurisdictional Rules, Simona Grossi    
  • Devil Inside the Deal: An Examination of Louisiana Noncompete Agreements in Business Acquisitions, Albert O. "Chip" Saulsbury, IV   
  • Comment, The Usufruct Provisions: The Power to Dispose of Nonconsumables Now Expressly Includes Alienation, Lease, and Encumbrance; Has the Legislature Fundamentally Altered the Nature of the Usufruct?, Adam Matasar    
  •  Comment, Louisiana's Mono Lake: The Public Trust Doctrine and Oil Company Liability for Louisiana's Vanishing Wetlands, Samuel Brandao   

 

Issue Four: March 2012 (Symposium Issue) 

 

  • Brady v. NFL and Anthony v. NBA:  The Shifting Dynamics in Labor-Management Relations in Professional Sports, Gabriel Feldman    
  •  The Narcotic Effect of Antitrust Law in Professional Sports:  How the Sherman Act Subverts Collective Bargaining, Michael H. LeRoy   
  • From Dallas Cap to American Needle and Beyond:  Antitrust Law's Limited Capacity To Stitch Consumer Harm from Professional Sports Club Trademark Monopolies, Matthew J. Mitten    
  • Radical Reform of Intercollegiate Athletics:  Antitrust, Title IX, and Public Policy Implications, Stephen F. Ross    
  • The Case for Reviving the Four-Year Deal,  Ray Yasser 

 

Issue Five:  May 2012     

  • Bailouts and the Potential for Distortion of Federal Criminal Law:  Industrial Espionage and Beyond, Robert E. Wagner (Lead Article)    
  •  Maritime Piracy and the Impunity Gap:  Insufficient National Laws or a Lack of Political Will?, Yvonne M. Dutton   
  • The Boundary Claim's Caveat:  Lawyers and Confidentiality Exceptionalism, Rebecca Aviel    
  • Maturing Patent Theory from Industrial Policy to Intellectual Property, Oskar Liivak 

 

Issue Six: June 2012  

  • Hiding Behind the Cloak of Invisibility:  The Supreme Court and Per Curiam Opinions, Ira P. Robbins (Lead Article)     
  •  Capitalism, Liberalism, and the Right to Privacy, Ofer Raban   
  • Advisory Adjudication, Girardeau A. Spann    
  •  Note, In re Katrina Canal Breaches Litigation:  Upholding Freedom of ContractErin Bambrick     
  • Note, With Adar v. Smith, the Fifth Circuit Opens a Hole in the Full Faith and Credit ClauseCassie Hewlings     
  • Note, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin:  The Fifth Circuit Questions Judicial Deference to Race-Conscious Admissions Policies in Higher Education, Katie McNearney   
  • Note, The Louisiana Supreme Court Affirms Health Care Providers' Freedom To Contract for Below-Schedule Reimbursement Rates in Agilus Health v. Accor Lodging North America, Kara McQueen-Borden    
  • Note, Gulf Coast v. Newlin:  Reaffirming the Fundamental Notions of Admiralty Jurisdiction, Sydney Roth    

   

Past Volumes    

  

Tables of contents for specific volumes are below.  Each file contains bookmarks corresponding to the first page of the volume indicated.  

  

   

  

 Volumes 1-20       Volumes 21-40        Volumes 41-60      Volumes 61-80      Volumes 81-83    

 

 

 


 

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