Volume 100

Volume 100, Issue 5

JUNE 2022

PRINCIPLES OF HOME RULE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY, National League of Cities

ARTICLES

DO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS REALLY HAVE TOO MUCH POWER? UNDERSTANDING THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES’ PRINCIPLES OF HOME RULE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY, Nestor M. Davidson & Richard C. Schragger

ELECTION LAW LOCALISM AND DEMOCRACY, Richard Briffault

IS ENHANCED JUDICIAL REVIEW THE CORRECT ANTIDOTE TO EXCESSIVE STATE PREEMPTION?, Paul A. Diller

LOCAL BUDGETS, LOCAL DECISIONS: THE HOME RULE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY PROJECT’S STATE SUPPORT FOR LOCAL DEMOCRACY PROVISIONS, Erin Adele Scharff

REDEMPTION LOCALISM, Daniel Farbman

Volume 100, Issue 4

JUNE 2022

ARTICLES

SECOND-BITE LAWMAKING, Rebecca Aviel

RESISTING FACE SURVEILLANCE WITH COPYRIGHT LAW, Amanda Levendowski

NARRATIVE CAPACITY, James Toomey

CLIMATE RESILIENCE AND PRIVATE LAW’S DUTY TO ADAPT, Jim Rossi & Michael Panfil

MANAGING THE POLICE EMERGENCY, Adam A. Davidson

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

PENNY PINCHERS OR CONFLICT-FREE CRUSADERS? WHY THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT ELIMINATED SERVICE AWARDS FOR CLASS-ACTION REPRESENTATIVES, Christie Shaw

DOING LESS WITH MORE: WHY THE FOURTH CIRCUIT MISSED ITS CHANCE TO RAISE THE FLOOR OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR DETAINED PERSONS, Joshua Philip Elmets

Volume 100, Issue 3

MARCH 2022

ESSAY

HOPE FOR THE HOPELESS: THE PRISON RESOURCES REPURPOSING ACT, Phillip Vance Smith, II & Timothy Wayne Johnson

ARTICLES

RANDOM JUSTICE, Giradeau A. Spann

THE UNBEARABLE EMPTINESS OF FORMALISM: AUTONOMY, EQUALITY, AND THE FUTURE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, Rachel F. Moran

THE SUPREME COURT AND RACIAL PROGRESS, Erwin Chemerinsky

COMMENTS

SCOOP AND TOSS: HOW TO KEEP THE WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE ICE CREAM CONE FROM COLLAPSING, Montana Vaughn

“BECAUSE OF SEX”: TITLE VII’S FAILURES LEAVE LEGAL SEX WORKERS UNPROTECTED, Lauren Boone

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

MENTAL HEALTH HISTORY IS HISTORY: A LIFETIME BAN ON GUN POSSESSION DUE TO HISTORY OF INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT VIOLATES THE SECOND AMENDMENT, Laura E. Johnson

Volume 100, Issue 2

FEBRUARY 2022

ARTICLES

CONVENTIONAL TRAFFIC POLICING IN THE AGE OF AUTOMATED DRIVING, Jordan Blair Woods

THE U.S. SUPREME COURT’S CHARACTERIZATIONS OF THE PRESS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, RonNell Andersen Jones & Sonja R. West

ADDICTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTITRUST ENFORCEMENT, James Niels Rosenquist, Fiona M. Scott Morton & Samuel N. Weinstein

TAX NOW OR TAX NEVER: POLITICAL OPTIONALITY AND THE CASE FOR CURRENT-ASSESSMENT TAX REFORM, David Gamage & John R. Brooks

NATURAL PUNISHMENT, Raff Donelson

THE HAPPY FAMILIES OF TAX LAW, Carla Spivack

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

DID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC FINALLY FORCE NORTH CAROLINA TO PROTECT MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES’ RIGHT TO VOTE, OR DID HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF?, Rowan E. Conybeare

LOSING GROUND: HOW THE SUPREME COURT’S USE OF EASEMENT LAW IN U.S. FOREST SERVICE V. COWPASTURE RIVER PRESERVATION ASS’N THWARTS ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, William W. Metcalf

Volume 100, Issue 1

DECEMBER 2021

ARTICLES

COOPERATIVE CLEAN ENERGY, Alexandra B. Klass & Gabriel Chan

MODERNIZING MORTGAGE LAW, Christopher K. Odinet

STAKEHOLDER SYNDROME: DOES STAKEHOLDERISM DERAIL EFFECTIVE PROTECTIONS FOR WEAKER CONSTITUENCIES?, Matteo Gatti & Chrystin Ondersma

THE END OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, Meera E. Deo

COMMENT

COVID AND CAFOS: HOW A FEDERAL LIVESTOCK WELFARE STATUTE MAY PREVENT THE NEXT PANDEMIC, Bonnie M. Ballard

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

A FAMILIAR AND RECURRING EVIL: WHY DEFENDANTS SHOULD ASK POTENTIAL JURORS ABOUT POLICE BRUTALITY, Hannah K. Caison


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