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THE JOURNAL OF COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LAW, v. 39, no. 1, 2013
THE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY, v. 102, no. 4, Fall, 2012
JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, v. 25, no. 1, 2013
THE JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION, v. 37, Fall, 2012
LAW/TECHNOLOGY, v. 46, no. 1, 2013
MEDICINE, SCIENCE, AND THE LAW, v. 53, no. 1, January, 2013
NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENT, v. 27, no. 3, Winter, 2013
NEW YORK STATE ASSOCIATION JOURNAL, v. 85, no. 3, March – April, 2013
PACE LAW REVIEW, v. 33, no. 1, Winter, 2013
PROBATE & PROPERTY, v. 27, no. 2, March – April, 2013
PUBLIC CONTRACT LAW JOURNAL, v. 42, no. 2, Winter, 2013
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW, v. 38, no. 1, 2012
REASON, v. 44, no. 11, April, 2013
REVUE HISTORIQUE DE DROIT FRANCAIS ET ETRANGER, v. 90, no. 4, October – December, 2012
SAN DIEGO LAW REVIEW, v. 49, no. 4, November – December, 2012
SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW JOURNAL, v. 29, no. 2, 2012 – 2013
SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW, v. 42, no. 1, 2012
STANFORD JOURNAL OF LAW, BUSINESS & FINANCE, v. 18, no. 1, Fall, 2012
STANFORD LAW REVIEW, v. 65, no. 3, March, 2013
SYRACUSE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND COMMERCE, v. 40, no. 1, Fall, 2012
TEMPLE LAW REVIEW, v. 85, no. 2, Winter, 2013
TORT TRIAL & INSURANCE PRACTICE LAW JOURNAL, v. 48, no. 1, Fall, 2012
TRUSTS & ESTATES, v. 152, no. 3, March, 2013
UCLA LAW REVIEW, v. 60, no. 3, February, 2013
UN CHRONICLE, v. 49, no. 3, 2012
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI LAW REVIEW, v. 80, no. 3, Spring, 2012
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, v. 15, no. 3, January, 2013
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW, v. 161, no. 3, February, 2013
THE URBAN LAWYER, v. 44, no. 4, Fall, 2012
VILLANOVA LAW REVIEW, v. 58, no. 1, 2013
VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (Symposium) v. 53, no. 1, 2012
VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW, v. 99, no. 1, March, 2013
WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL, v. 30, no. 3, Fall, 2012
YALE JOURNAL OF LAW AND FEMINISM, v. 24, no. 2, 2012
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THE JOURNAL OF
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LAW
Volume 39
Number 1
2013
ARTICLES
The Inevitable
Jurisprudence
Irrelevance
of
Affirmative
Action
Leslie Yalof Garfield
1
Fisher v. University of Texas presents an Equal Protection
challenge to the University of Texas' race-preference admissions
policy. Assuming that the Court will not abolish affirmative action
programs wholesale, how will colleges and universities structure
their admissions programs in light of the likely teachings of the
Fisher case? Garfield argues that they are likely to ignore any broad
message, instead treating Abigail Fisher's case as just another
example of an impermissible program.
Misshaping the River: Proposition 209 and Lessons for the
Fisher Case
William C. Kidder
California's experiences with and responses to Proposition
209 bear on the Fisher V. University of Texas case with
respect to both questions of "compelling interest" and "narrow
tailoring." Two related developments led to the end of raceconscious admissions at the University of California. This
article advances the five central findings and conclusions.
First, it compares minority students' perceptions of campus
racial climate at research universities with or without
affirmative action and "critical mass." Second, it examines
affirmative action bans and "chilling effects." Third, it
examines two myths about credentials and performance upon
which critics of affirmative action rely. Fourth, it claims that
UC has a "natural experiment" verifying that class-based
policies are not effective substitutes for race-conscious
policies. Last, the article discusses UC business schools and
UC Law schools as case studies demonstrating the need for
race-conscious affirmative action.
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THE JOURNAL OF
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LAW
Volume 39
2013
Number 1
ARTICLES
Percent Plans: A "Workable, Race-Neutral Alternative" to
Affirmative Action?
Marvin Lim
127
This Article considers whether percent plans are a
"workable, race-neutral alternative" to affirmative action in
admissions. Connecting Grutter with doctrine on employment
law, it clarifies that "critical mass" must be evaluated
quantitatively, particularly in race-neutral regimes. It then
finds that percent plan policies have not engendered critical
mass because they rely on flawed assumptions about
majority-minority schools. In contrast, individualized
assessments can realize significant diversity gains in the same
settings within the constitutional limits to college and
universities' latitude to weigh race. These findings support
the notions thatpercent plans are not "workable" policies and
that affirmative action should remain constitutionally
permissible.
NOTE
Blue Field of Dreams: A BCS Antitrust Analysis
Trevor Jack
This note examines antitrust issues with regard to the Bowl
Championship Series ["BCS"]. Amateur sports have an
enduring place within the hearts and minds of Americans.
College football is considered a chief example of an amateur
sport despite the fact that outside organizations and
advertisers funnel millions of dollars into it each year. The
persistent myth of amateurism in college football enabled it to
run relatively unregulated and immune to antitrust scrutiny up
until a few decades ago. The note begins by examining the
current state of antitrust law. It then examines the origins of
the National Collegiate Athletic Association ["NCAA"] and
the BCS and discusses how antitrust law applies to these
institutions. The article concludes with alternative remedies to
the BCS system, with particular attention given to the recently
adopted four-team playoff format. These alternatives are not
intended to destroy the BCS, but to remove barriers to
competition inherent in its current design.
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THE JOURNAL OF
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LAW
Volume 39
2013
Number 1
BOOK REVIEWS
Textualism's Last Stand: A Review of Scalia and Garner's
Reading Law
Gregory Bassham
211
In Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts·,
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the architect of
modem textualism, has teamed up with the distinguished
lexicographer and usage expert, Bryan A Garner, to write a
thick, hard-punching, and highly readable book. It is an oddcouple partnership in some . ways-Scalia, the witty,
pugnacious, conservative icon; Gamer, the tweedy, scholarly,
pro-choice, pro-gay-marriage wordsmith. Yet the authors'
strengths (and weaknesses) complement each other in a kind
of literary and dialectical feng shui. While the book may not
be the "great event in American legal culture" that Judge
Frank Easterbrook touts it to be in his glowing Foreword, it is
fair to say that it may become a miuor classic. This review
examines some of the strengths and weaknesses of the book.
Duke Lacrosse, Universities, the News Media, and the Legal
System: A Review of Howard M. Wasserman's Institutional
Failures
Meredith Bollheimer
This review examines a few passages and concepts from
Howard M. Wasserman's Institutional Failures: Duke
Lacrosse, Universities, the News Media, and the Legal·
System. This collection of essays is a must read for any
college or university administrator who finds themselves
embroiled in a high profile controversy. It allows the reader
to consider the totality of the events that transpired at Duke
with the benefit of hindsight and expert analysis. There are
important lessons in this book not only for senior college and
university administrators, but also for faculty members,
college and university public relations/communications
personnel, government prosecutors, the media, and perhaps
most importantly, consumers of media. In total, this book is
presented in a highly digestible way; its legal analysis is
precise and thorough, but accessible to non-lawyers as welL
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The Journal of
Criminal Law &
Criminology
VOLUME 102/NUMBER 4/FALL 2012
CONTENTS
Criminal Law
Two Models of the Prison: Accidental Humanity and
Hypermasculinity in the L.A. County Jail
Sharon Dolovich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 965
Prosecution in 3-D
Kay L. Levine & Ronald F Wright . ..................... 1119
Child Witnesses and the Confrontation Clause
Thomas D. Lyon & julia A. Dente ....................... 1181
Criminology
Prosecutorial Discretion, Hidden Costs, and the Death
Penalty: The Case of Los Angeles County
Nicholas Petersen & Mona Lynch . ....................... 1233
Comments
Prosecutorial Training Wheels: Ginsburg's Connick v.
Thompson Dissent and the Training Imperative
Timothy Fry . ........................................... 1275
"Somebody Help Me Understand This": The Supreme
Court's Interpretation of Prosecutorial Immunity and
Liability Under § 1983
Kate McClelland , ...................................... 1323
JOURNAL OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
LAW
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VOLUME 25, N0.1
2013
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Regulatory Competition-Accounting For the Transnational Dimension of
Environmental Regulation
Veerle Heyvaert
1
Public Participation and Climate Change Infrastructure
Maria Lee. Chiara Armeni, Javier de Cendra, Sarah Chaytor, Simon Lock, Mark Maslin,
Catherine Redgwell and'Yvonne Rydin
33
Northern Ireland's Consent to the Climate Change Act 2008: Symbol or lllusionl
Sharon Turner
63
The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Energy Use in Germany: Processes, Explanations and the
Role of Law
GerdWinter
95
ANALYSIS
After Doha: What Has Climate Change Policy Accomplished?
David Campbell
125
Think Before You Act: the Sustainable Development White Paper in Wales
Radoslaw Stech
137
SIGNIFICANT EU CASES
Significant EU Environmental Cases: 2012
Richard Moules
145
REVIEWS
Ulrich Beyerlin and Thilo Marauhn International Environmental Law
(Malgosia Fitzmaurice)
159
Cameron Holley, Neil Gunningham and Clifford Shearing The New Environmental
Governance (Bryan R. Jenkins)
161
Charles R. McElwee Environmental Law in China- Mitigating Risk and Ensuring
Compliance (Yuhong Zhao)
163
James E. Martin The Sustainable University: Green Goals and New Challenges for Higher
Education Leaders (Victoria Jenkins)
166
Richard Lord, Silke Goldberg, Lavanya Rajamani and Jutta Brunnee (eds) Climate
Change Liability: Transnational Law and Practice (Radoslaw Stech)
168
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The Journal of the Legal
Profession
VoLUME 37, 2012,FAll
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Lateral Screening: Why Your State Should Not Adopt
Amended Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.10
Ted Enarson
1
Nathaniel Vargas Gallegos
25
Nelson P. Miller
67
Andrew E. Taslitz
89
Recent Ethics Opinions and Cases of Significance
Kimberly Stegall
139
Recent Law Review Articles Concerning the
Legal Profession
Kimberly Stegall
147
The Solo Lawyer Proportion: Explanations
with the "Push & Pull" Factors Endemic
in Legal Firm Organization
Lawyers as Economic Drivers Case for Legal Services
The Business
Information Overload, Multi-Tasking, and the
Socially Networked Jury: Why Prosecutors
Should Approach the Media Gingerly
CoMPILATIONS
ISSN 02.78-3916
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1st Quarter 2013
Law/Technology
VOLUME 46/ NUMBER 1
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Keys to Success in Distance Education and
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By Andrea L. Johnson
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The Tort Liability of Network Service Providers
By Yang Yue
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Review Articles
1 The medico-legal significance of pharmacokinetic interactions with ethanol
N J Langford and R E Ferner
6 Psychopathological characteristics of child pornographers and their victims: a literature review
S Prat and C Jonas
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Original Articles
12 Decomposed and non-decomposed bodies retrieved from water: a comparative approach
V N Ambade, H G Kukde, A Ma/ani, N K Tumram, J L Borkar, A K Batra and S K Meshram
19 The perils of dental vacation: Possible anaesthetic and medicolegal consequences
P Feltracco, R M Gaudio, S Barbieri, L Tiano, M lacobone, G Vie/, T Tonelli, H Galligioni, A Barto/a to,
C Ori and F M Avato
24 Severity of injury and the decision to arrest in cases of intimate partner violence
C McLaughry, B Chang, C Kirsten, D Hirschel, E Buzawa, A Patavina, S Doyle and D Cullinane
29 Comparison of extractable DNA from bone following six-month exposure to outdoor conditions, garden loam,
mold contamination or room storage
L Startari, J-N Benoit, G Quatrehomme, G Carle and P Pognonec
33 Is there a sex difference in palm print ridge density?
T Kanchan, K Krishan, K R Aparna and S Shyamsundar
40 Medical forensic examination of detained immigrants: is the Istanbul Protocol followed?
A Keten, R Akc;:an, E Karacaoglu, A B Odaba91 and A R Turner
Case Reports
45 Pseudo-precipitate labour: my1h or reality
K Ananda, M R Sane and N C Shreedhar
48 An autoerotic death in Korea
S-K Jung
51 Lethal Bochdalek hernia in a three-year-old: pathological findings and medicolegal investigation
in accusation of malpractice
F Mobilia, S Andrea/a, G Gentile, E Palazzo, A Rancati and R Zoja
law and Science
55 The Gilfoyle case
A Samuels
57 Law and science
S Prior
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INTERVIEW
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Hydraulic Fracturing: Drilling Into the Issue
By Shawna Bligh and Chris Wendelbo
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13 When Do State Oil and Gas or Mining
Statutes Preempt Local Regulations?
By Keith R Hall
16 Produced Water Extraction From Oil and
Gas Wells: Implications for Western Water
Rights
By Christopher L, Thome and William H. Gaile
20 Has EPNs "War on Coal" Stalled?
By· Thomas L, Casey and David W Mitchell
25 Environmental Mitigation in Mining: Unique
Challenges and Opportunities
By Gregory S. Braker, Thomas M. Ungan, and
Justin W Curtis
29 The Tragic Story of the Federal Coal Leasing
Program
By Mark Squillace
38 Extraction for Exportation: Is There Such a
Thing As "Net Energy Independence"?
By Sean T Dixon and Jonathan Panico
43 Crafting a Sustainable Mining Policy in the
Philippines
By Reda M. Hicks, Dr. Nereus 0. Acosta, and
Sedfrey M. Candelaria
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Environmental Justice Remains EPA,
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Alexandra Dapolito Dunn and Paula Schauwecker
Chevron, Brand X, and the Trouble with
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ClayT Bums
Love that Dirty Water: EPNs Water
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Jonathan P. Scoll
UK Consultation on Greenhouse Gas
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Aidan Thomson
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PACE LAW REVIEW
Volume 33
Winter Issue 2013
Number 1
AN IssUE IN TRmUTE TO THE HoNORABLE JAMEs D. HOPKINS
FOREWORD
Hon. Mark C. Dillon
ARTICLES
JusTICE JAMEs D. HOPKINS: JURIST, DEAN, ScHOLAR
AND EXPERT oN NEw YoRK LAw
Jay C. Carlisle II and Anthony DiPietro
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EVIDENCE-BASED FEDERAL CIVIL RULEMAKING: A
NEW CONTEMPORANEOUS CASE CODING RULE
Will Rhee
60
PuTTING BoOMERS TO PASTURE: DoEs THE 2010
MIPPA LEGISLATION REINFORCE THE NURSING
HoME BIAB?
Robert S. Bloink 152
THE VIsuAL AND THE LAw oF CITIES
Stephen R. Miller 183
T.H.E
CoLLISION oF LAw AND SciENCE: AMERICAN
CoURT R.ESPONSES TO DEVELOPMENTS IN
FoRENSIC ScrENCE
Sarah Lucy Cooper 234
EvoLVING WITH THE TIMEs: A PusH TO LEGALIZE
SURROGATE p ARENTIN"G CONTRACTS IN THE
STATE oF NEw YoRK
David F. Eisenberg 302
INLAID-IvoRY ToWERS: HrGHER
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BULWARKS
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SEARCHES INCIDENT TO ARREsT AND THE AFTERMATH
oF ARizoNA v. GANT- A CmcurT SPLIT AB .To
GANTs Al'PLICABILrTY TO NoN-VEHICULAR
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EvoLUTION OF THE
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FEATURES
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When Babies Retire:
Using Trusts as Beneficiaries of IRAs
By Bradley E. S. Fogel
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Green LeasingIfs Not Just About Capital Expenditures
By Richard J. Sobelsohn
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Drafting Grantor Trust Powers
with an Exit Strategy
By Brandon A. S. Ross
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Surviving a Short Sale:
Guidelines for a Rewarding
Short Sale Experience
By Philip J. Vacco
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Before the Party's Over:
The Arguments For and Against
Pre-Death Will Contests
By David L. Skidmore and Laura E. Morris
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The Pitfalls of U.S./UK Tax PlanningThe U.S. Revocable Trust
By Geoffrey Todd and Amanda Edwards
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Evidence from the False Claims Act: Does Private Enforcement
Attract Excessive Litigation?
225
David Kwok
Sidestepping the Point-Estimate Fallacy: How to Improve the Quality of
Government Procurement Decisions by Evaluating the Predictive Value of
Cost Realism Analyses
2 51
Per David Midboe
Corruption in Municipal Procurement: Foreclosing Challenges of
Disappointed Bidders-:-Augusta, Georgia, and the Need for Reform
RobertA. Mullins
281
The "Significant Change in the Character of the Work" Clause:
Uncertain Federalism in Highway Construction Contracts
James P. Wiezel
327
NoTES
Safeguarding Opportunities for America's Wounded Warriors:
A Proposed Solution to Subcontracting Abuse in the Service-Disabled
Veteran-Owned Small Business Program and the Veterans First
Contracting Program
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347
Nichole A. Best
To Pay or Not to Pay: Reducing Improper Payments Through the
"Do Not Pay" List
369
Rachel Cohn
FAR (8.602) Gone: A Proposal to Maintain the Benefits of Prison Work
Programs Despite the Restructuring of Federal Prison Industries'
Mandatory Source Statos
Michael C. Groh
391
Deterring Compliance: The Effect of Mandatory Debarment Under the
European Union Procurement Directives on Domestic Foreign Corrupt
Practices Act Prosecutions
Lauren 0. Youngman
411
MooT CouRT
Affirmative Defenses After Maropakis and the Affirmative Misconduct
Element in Equitable Estoppel: The 2012 McKenna Long & Aldridge
"Gilbert A. Cuneo" Government Contracts Moot Court Competition
Collin D. Swan, James Tucker, Tyler Evans, Anna Karass,
Charles Kru!y, and Brittany Warren
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Volkerrecht
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Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System of the Bibliography . . . . . . . . . . .
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History of International Law
Basic Problems of International Law
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Law of the Sea
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Environmental Protection
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18. International Criminal Law, International
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Toward a libertarian Foreign
Policy
Rand Paul moves the ball on a
long-overdue projeci.Matt Welch
20 Failing College
6
Contributors
22 Where Higher Education Went
9
letters and Reaction
Your cellphone is spying on you ...
2
12 Citings
Carry on, gun owners; IRS
over-regulation; don't mintthe
coin; life for pot?; domestic
surveillance; subsidized home
ownership; Sunday liquor sales ...
Why are we screwing up the
world's best higher education
system? Katherine Mangu-Ward
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A forum on the failures and future
of the American University.
Glenn Harlan Reynolds, Richard
Vedder, Lisa Snell, Naomi Schaifer
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Michael Gibson, andAlex'Tabarrok
34 Code Is Speech
Hackers attempt to write
themselves into the Constitution.
Gabriella Coleman
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Barack the Unmerciful
Obama's amazingly stingy
clemency record.Jacob Sullum
18 Farm Subsidies Must Die
How agriculture subsidies waste
money, distort the economy, and
steal from the poor to give to the
rich. Veronique de Rugy
46 College of the Future
Singularity University reimagines
education. Ronald Bailey
62 The iPhone Crime Wave
What Gotham's gobbled Apples
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Black Swan author Nassim
Nicholas Taleb on fragility,
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48 The Great Gatsby's Creative
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Whether the new movie succeeds,
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Asma's Against Fairness
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Sterling's Love Is Strange
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Museum of Art exhibit "After
Photoshop"
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Jonathan Solomon, and Clara
Wong's Cities Without Ground
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How FBI sting operations
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malcontents. Michael German
The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI's
Manufactured War on Terrorism, by
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Capitalist?
A new defense of libertarian
anarchism makes the case that
the philosophy belongs on the
left. Aeon J. Skobk
Anarchy and Legal Order: Law and
Politics for a Stateless Society, by
Gary Chartier
6o A History lesson From Clarence
Thomas
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the conservative Supreme Court
justice. Damon Root
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A local landmark is regulated
out of business by the city of los
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SYMPOSIUM: THE PHILOSOPHICAL
FOUNDATIONS OF INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY .........................................................LanyAlexander
Steven D. Smith
955
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
FOUNDATIONS AND PRINCIPLES IN
IPLAW ........................................................... RobertP. Merges
957
MANAGING THE INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY SPRAWL ............ , ................................ Shubha
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979
JUSTIFYING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY .................. Eric R. Claeys
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A LOCKEAN THEORY OF INTELLECTUAL
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ON COWBELLS IN ROCK ANTHEMS
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OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ................. Kenneth
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1215
PATENTS AS PROMOTERS OF
COMPETITION: THE GUILD ORIGINS OF
PATENT LAW IN THE VENETIAN
REPUBLIC ............................................................ Ted Sichelman
1267
TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE,
CULTURAL EXPRESSION, AND THE
SIREN'S CALL OF PROPERTY ...............................
Sean 0 'Connor
COMMENTS
HARMONIZING EQUITABLE
EXCEPTIONS: WHY COURTS SHOULD
RECOGNIZE AN "ACTUAL INNOCENCE"
EXCEPTION TO THE AEDPA'S STATUTE
OF LIMITATIONS .................................................. Morgan
Suder
1283
W Norvell
1333
TRANSITION RELIEF FOR TAX REFORM'S
THIRD RAIL: REFORMING THE HOME
MORTGAGE INTEREST DEDUCTION
AFTER THE HOUSING MARKET CRASH ..... Nicholaus
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Vincent J. Roth ............. ........................... .......................
249
TEN YEARS OF INTER PARTES PATENT REEXAMINATION
APPEALS: AN EMPIRICAL VIEW
Eric J. Rogers .................................................................
305
STATE TAXATION OF CLOUD COMPUTING
Stephen J. Lusch ........... ......... .................... .....................
369
DOWNLOADING, DISTRIBUTING, AND DAMAGES IN THE
DIGITAL DOMAIN: THE NEED FOR COPYRIGHT REMEDY
REFORM
Joe Donnini ....................................................................
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WHERE'S TilE BEACH? COASTAL ACCESS IN THE AGE OF
RISING TIDES
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AT&T MOBILITY AND THE FUTURE OF SMALL CLAIMS
ARBITRATION
Jill I. Gross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MANDATORY BINDING ARBITRATION CLAUSES PREVENT
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MANDATORY PREDISPUTE CONSUMER ARBITRATION,
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SAFEGUARDS
Nancy A. Welsh.....................................................
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LOCATIONAL PRIVACY IN THE SKY: PROTECTING THE
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PUBLIC VIEW
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Partnership Law and the Single Entity Defense ................................................................. 1
What's in a Name: Mezzanine Debt Versus Preferred Equity ....................................... .40
"You Don't Miss Your Water 'Til Your River Runs Dry": Regulating Industrial
Supply Shortages After "China Raw Materials" ........................................ ,:.................... 72
It Takes a Village: Municipal Condemnation Proceedings and Public/Private
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David Alan Sklansky
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Khiara M Bridges
POISONING THE NEXT APPLE?
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DavidS. Abrams & R. Polk Wagner
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Manuel Possolo
FLORENCE, ATWATER, AND THE EROSION OF
FOURTH AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS FOR ARRESTEES .................................................. 599
Julian Simcock
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119
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Tax Enforcement in Virtual Worlds-Virtually Impossible?
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1 Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law
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Hugener, E. Adriana Kostencki, Ryan McCarthy, Scott Richards,
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and Raymond T Waid
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Recent Developments in Animal Tort and Insurance Law
Adam P. Karp, Yvonne C. Ocrant, Steven R. Bonanno, and
Starr M. Rayford
47
Recent Developments in Appellate Advocacy
Brian C. Miller, Joshua D. Lee, and Daniel R. Deutsch
67
Recent Developments in Automobile Law
Rachel Tallon Reynolds
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Recent Developments in Aviation Litigation
Lea P. Valdivia, Tara E. Nicola, and Or/a M. Brady
115
Recent Developments in Business Litigation
Christine Spinella Davis, Joel W. Mohrman, Van Cates, Daniel Wilson,
Karen Gunderman, Scott R. Wolf, Michael A. Sirignano, and
Frank P. Tiscione
147
Recent Developments Affecting Corporate Counsel
Fredrick H.L. McClure, Joshua S. Sohn, Kate Lucente,
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169
Recent Developments in Employee Benefits Law
Jonathan G. Rose, Emily Seymour Costin, and Emily C. Hootkins
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Recent Developments in Employment Law and Litigation
Amy Wilson, Catherine Lacho, Xeruia Fortson, Shari Berry,
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Carol Z. Smith, James A. K:nox, Jr., Carleton R. Burch, Deborah C.
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Carlos Garcia, and Michael A. Prisco
261
Recent Developments in Health Insurance, Life Inslirance, and
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William A. Chittenden III, Joseph J. Hasman, Elizabeth G. Doolin, and
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305
Recent Developments in Insutance Regulation
Michelle Dicks, Beth A. DickhalJS, Natalie A. Gray, and Carla Delpit
323
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343
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Craig A. Jacobson, Christina M. Phillips, James P Bobotek,
Jay M. Levin, Lisa A. Szymanski, Anthony B. Crawford, and
Christine T Phan
493
Recent Developments in Title Insurance Law
Jerel J. Hill and Amelia K Steindorff
517
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recent Impressionist and Modern Art Sale in London on
Feb. 6, 2013. Though he was born into a reputable family and educated in the
academic style at the finest art schools, Modigliani
famously reinvented himself upon moving to Paris
in 1906, casting off his
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cultivating a reputation as
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artist ·and a serial abuser
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of his previous work and
adopted an entirely new
visual style, notable for
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mask-like faces. Theories
abound as to what spurred this transformation, but it's
generally believed that the substance abuse was likely a
means to disguise the symptoms of his tuberculosis, a
highly communicable, and at the time, incurable, disease
that would have made him a social outcast.
Like many of the avant-garde artists of this time, Modigliani sold
very few paintings during his
life, and what little he made
was frittered away by his
addictions. Since his death,
however, the value of his work
has skyrocketed, driven by his
unique style, vagabond life and
early death. He died at age 35 from
,, tubercular meningitis, complicated by
~ his alcohol abuse and narcotics addiction, leaving behind
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• p. 28, "jeune fille a Ia Mauresque, Robe Verte" by
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• p. 42, "Thmbrelle'' by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, which
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562
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Volume XLIX • Number 3 • 2012
In his remarks at the School of International Relations
in Tehran, Iran, on 30 August 2012, SecretaryGeneral Ban Ki-moon said: "At the entrance of the
United Nations there is a magnificent carpet-1
think the largest carpet that the United Nations
has-that adorns the wall of the United Nations,
a gift from the people of Iran. Alongside it are the
wonderful words of that great Persian poet, Sa'adi.
I quote:
All human beings are members of one frame,
Since all, at first, from the same essence came,
When time afflicts a limb with pain
The other limbs at rest cannot remain.
If thou feel not for other's misery
A human being is no name for thee.
This wise counsel is as relevant today as when it was
written nearly 800 years ago." The Secretary-General
added that: "Our collective responsibility is to build
bridges of mutual understanding. This is the very heart
of the Alliance of Civilizations, which is an initiative by
the United Nations, an initiative inspired by Iran itself
through dialogue among civilizations. This is what
your country has proposed. All nations should be true
to that higher calling."
The 2001 United Nations Year of Dialogue among
Civilizations was established to redefine diversity and
to improve dialogue between civilizations and cultures.
Dialogue among civilizations laid the foundations for
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Dialogue among Civilization process."The UN Chronicle
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made and lessons learned during the past ten years in
achieving dialogue among civilizations, for that goal
remains as valid and as necessary today as it was back
in 2001.
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The Radical Middle: Building Bridges
Between the Muslim and Western Worlds
Ali Gomaa
Unity in Diversity: The Integrative Approach
to Intercultural Rel(ltions
Hans Koehler
11
Dialogue Among Civilizations:
Contexts and Perspectives
Seyed Mohammad Khatami
15
Human Rights as a Way of life
Shulamith Koenig
18
Reconciling Diverse Cultures:
·The Gender Factor
Ingrid Moses
22
Reggae, a Force for Dialogue
Linda Alnouche
26
A Dialogue through Service:
Making a Difference While Making Friends
Chuck Root
29
Open Access and Closed Minds
Balancing Intellectual Property and Public
Interest in the Digital Age
Nalaka Gunawardene
33
Bringing Human Passion into Sustainability
Education and Bridging Cultures
June Gorman
36
How ASPIRE Can Promote Dialogue
Among Civilizations
Kyle Jeremiah
38
What the UN Can Do to Promote the Dialogue
Among Civilizations
Hans d'Orville
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ARTICLES
SAVlNG SMOKERS FROM THEMSELVES:
THE PATERNALISTIC USE OF
Lucas, Jr.
693
Tom Donnelly
753
LIMITS ON TilE DliTY TO GIVE REASONS ..............Richard Murphy
817
CIGARETTE TAXES ................................................ Gary
CANDIDATE VENTURE CAPITAL ..............................
CHENERYVNMASKED: REAsONABLE
A TALE OF FOUR CITIES-MODELS OF
STATE INTERVENTION IN DISTRESSED
LOCALITIES FISCAL AFFAIRS ...................................... Orner Kimhi
881
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT LECTURE
TAJNTEDLAW ...................................................... Michael
C. Dmf
923
COMMENTS AND CASENOTES
SUDDENLY, EVERYTHING HAS CHANGE!):
THE TESTIM:ONIAL APPROACH TO ADMISSION
OF HEARsAY STATEMENTS UNDER
MICHIGAN V. BRYANT AND BEYOND .................Michae/ Richdrdson
945
BEYOND 1HE SON OF SAM: ASSESSING
GoVERNMENT'S FIRST TENTATIVE STEPS
TOWARDS REGULATION OF THE T'H:IRD-PARTY
MURDERABILIA MARKETPLACE ...........•.............
977
Matthew Wagner
CULPABLE PARTICIPATION AND CON1ROLLING
PERSON LIABILITY: WHY TIIE EIGHTII CIRCUIT
SHOULD HAVE RECOGNIZED TIIE IM:PUCATIONS OF
TIIE PRIVA1E SECURITIES LmGATION REFORM
ACT ON PLEADING REQUIREMENTS ...................... Marli
Schippers
1005
V ALJDITY OF THE FRAUD-CREATED-TilEMARKET THEORY OF ESTABliSHING RELIANCE
IN A PRIVA1E ACTION FOR DAMAGES
UNDER RULE 10B-5 ............................................ Kathleen
Cassidy
1025
El-Sawaf
1049
INCOMPLETE JUSTICE: PLUGGING TilE HOLE
LEFT BY TilE REVERSE 404(B) PROBLEM ........... Zachary
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Can the Blind Lead the Blind? Rethinking Equal Protection
Jurisprudence Through an Empirical Examination of Blind
People's Understanding of Race
Osagie K. Obasogie ................................................................. 705
A Contractarian Critique of Citizens United
Joseph F. Morrissey .................................................................. 765
The Silent Role of Corporate Theory in the Supreme
Court's Campaign Finance Cases
Stefan J Padfield ............................................................... 831
Conspiracy Law's Threat to Free Speech
Steven R Morrison ............................................................ 865
COMMENTS
When Targeted Killing Is Not Permissible: An Evaluation of
Targeted Killing Under the Laws of War and Morality
Melanie] Foreman ............................................................ 921
Executive Warmaking Authority and Offensive Cyber
Operations: Can Existing Legislation Successfully Constrain
Presidential Power?
Eric Lorber ........................................................................ 961
Keeping Heller Out of the Home: Homeowners Associations
and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
ChristopherJ Wahl ................................................ .............. 1003
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January 2013
Number 3
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LAW REVIEW
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AMERICAN LAW REGISTER
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FEBRUARY 2013
No.3
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Four Conceptions of Insurance
Kenneth S. Abraham························'················································· 653
Reducing Crime by Shaping
the Built Environment with Zoning:
An Empirical Study of Los Angeles
James M. Anderson, John M. MacDonald,
Ricky Bluthenthal f3 J Scott Ashwood .................................................. 699
Soul of aWoman: The Sex Stereotyping
Prohibition at Work
Kimberly A. Yuracko ........................................................................... 757
COMMENTS
Up for Grabs: A Workable System for the
Unilateral Acquisition of Chattels
Matt Corrie/ ..................................................................................... 807
Delay in Considering the Constitutionality of
Inordinate Delay: The Death Row Phenomenon
and the Eighth Amendment
Kara Sharkey .. ,.................................................................................. 861
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The
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Lawyer
ARTICLES
767
Contents
Redevelopment in California: Its Abrupt
Termination and a Texas-Inspired Proposal
for a Fresh Start
GEORGE LEFCOE
811
The Mass Market for Suburban LowDensity Development Is Over
ARTHUR C. NELSON
827
The Sleeping Giant: Community Benefit
Agreements and Urban Development
Dr. THOMAS A. MUSIL
853
Irregular Kelo Takings: A Potential
Response to Natural Disasters
FREDRICK E. VARS
865
Kelo v. City of New London: Its Ironic
Impact on Takings Authority
GREGORY J. ROBSON
CASES NOTES
United States v. Decastro • 909
Massachusetts v. U.S. Dep't of Health and
Human Servs. • 910
Whitlock v. Brueggemann • 911
Marsh v. County of San Diego • 913
Wright v. Incline Viii. Gen. Improvement
Dist. • 914
Guttman v. Khalsa • 915
Lin v. U.S. Attorney Gen.
917
Bobadilla v. Holder • 918
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VOLUME
58
2013
NuMBER
1
CONTENTS
DEDICATION
PENELOPE PETHER
PROFESSOR oF LAw, VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY ScHOOL OF LAw
ARTICLES
CADBURY TWENTY YEARS ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . • • . . . . • • . .
Cally jordan
1
FROM DIRTY TO GREEN: INCREASING ENERGY
EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IN
Behles
25
Epstein
69
Carl W Hittinger
& Lesli C. Esposito
103
Daniel J Morrissey
121
Meg Penrose
169
ENVIRONMENTAL JusTICE COMMUNITIES ....•....•..•.. Deborah
IRREPARABLE MISIDENTIFICATIONS AND RELIABILI"IY.
REAssESSING THE THRESHOLD FOR ADMISSIBILITY
OF EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION . . . . • . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . jules
IN RE K-DuR ANTITRUST LITIGATION.
THE THIRD CIRCUIT's CoNTROVERSIAL
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SPLITS WITH OTHER CIRCUIT CouRTS . . . . . . . • . . . . . .
M&A FIDUCIARY DUTIES:
DELAWARE's MuRKY juRISPRUDENCE . . • . . . . . . . . . . . .
UNBREARABLE Vows: SAME-SEx MARRIAGE AND
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VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
VOL. 53
2012 SYMPOSIUM ISSUE
No.1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Multijurisdictional Bribery Law Enforcement: The OECD AntiBribery Convention
Elizabeth K Spahn ....................................................................................... 1
Regulatory Competition and Anticorruption Law
Paul B. Stephan ......................................................................................... 53
Transnational Libel
David A. Anderson ............................................................ ;....................... 71
The SPEECH Act's Unfortunate Parochialism: Of Libel Tourism and
Legitimate Pluralism
Mark D. Rosen .......................................................................................... 99
Ancillary Discovery to Prove Denial of Justice
Roger P. Alford......................................................................................... 127
Forum Conveniens: The Search for a Convenient Forum in
Transnational Cases
Donald Earl Childress III ......................................................................... 157
Toward a Functional Approach to Sovereign Equality
Peter B. Rutledge ....................................................................................... 181
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VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW
VOLUME99
MARCH2013
NUMBER 1
ARTICLES
The Forgotten Foundations of Hart
And Sacks .................................................. Charles L. Barzun
1
Persuasion Treaties ........................................ Melissa J. Durkee
63
NOTES
Clean Air Act Preemption of State
Common Law: Greenhouse Gas
Nuisance Claims After AEP v.
Connecticut ................................................. Scott Gallisdorfer
131
Through the Antitrust Looking Glass: A
New Vision of Delaware's TakeoverDefense Jurisprudence ...................................... R. Wai Wong
169
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Wisconsin International
Law Journal
Table of Contents
ARTICLES PRESENTED AT THE SPRING
2012
WiscoNSIN lNrERNATIONAL LAw JouRNAL
SYMPOSIUM ON RENEWABLE ENERGY
&
CLIMATE CHANGE:
OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
The Evolution of the Brazilian Regulation of Ethanol and
Possible Lessons for the United States
David N. Cassuto & Carolina Gueiros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 477
Prioritizing Innovation
Sarah Tran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 499
The Brazilian Experience in Building a Sustainable and
Competitive Biofuel Industry
Paulina Calfucoy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 558
Small is (Still) Beautiful: Designing U.S. Energy Policies
to Increase Localized Renewable Energy Generation
Melissa Powers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 595
Why the IFC's Free, Prior, and Informed Consent Policy
Does Not Matter (Yet) to Indigenous Communities
Affected by Development Projects
Shalanda H. Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 668
ARTICLE
Domestic Political Legitimacy of Tax Reform in
Developing Countries: A Case Study of Turkey
Leyla Ates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 706
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Fall2012
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"YALE JOURNAL OF"
LAW AND fEMINISM
VOLUME TWENTY FOUR u NUMBER TWO "
2012
Contents
Articles
Intended Parents and the Problem of Perspective .................. Dara E. Purvis 210
Outsourcing Childcare ...................................... Meredith Johnson Harbach 254
With Child, Without Rights?: Restoring a
Pregnant Woman's Right to Refuse Medical
Treatment Through the HIV Lens ......................................... Michael Ulrich 303
Note
Disability Law and the Disability Rights
Movement for Transpeople ······'·······································-Zach Strassburger 337