Volume 56, No. 1 (Winter 2017) Table of Contents

Obiter Dictum


MODEL OR MUDDLE? Quantitative Modeling and the Façade of “Modernization” in Law (764 KB PDF)
Lea Brilmayer & Yunsieg P. Kim

All Data Are Not Created Equal: Upholding the Fourth Amendment’s Guarantees When Third Party Consent Meets the Shared Electronic Device (298 KB PDF)
Kevin Golembiewski

The Rise of PACS: A New Type of Commitment from the City of Love (262 KB PDF)
Ji Hyun Kim, Scott A. Oliver & Margaret Ryznar

"'The Centre Cannot Hold'": Campaign Finance Disclosure Beyond 2016 (153 KB PDF)
Stephen R. Klein

What’s Old Is New Again: The Nineteenth Century Voter Registration Debates and Lessons About Voter Identification Disputes (117 KB PDF)
Derek T. Muller

Student Scholarship

Standing on the Wrong Foot: The Seventh Circuit’s Eccentric Attempt to Rescue Risk-Based Standing in Data Breach Litigation (255 KB PDF) [Remijas v. Neiman Marcus Grp., 794 F.3d 688 (7th Cir. 2015)]
Jordan Z. Dillon

The Feared Feres: The Tenth Circuit Broadens Sovereign Immunity at Children’s Expense (303 KB PDF) [Ortiz v. United States, 786 F.3d 817 (10th Cir. 2015)]
Kelsey E. Hauserman

The Misnomer of the NFL’s "Concussion Crisis": Don’t Count on the NFL to Solve Football’s Biggest Problem—and OSHA Regulation May Not Save the Game Either (349 KB PDF)
Stephanie A. Murray

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