Volume 59, No. 1 (Winter 2020) Table of Contents

Obiter Dictum

The Foulston Siefkin Lecture

The Next Wave of Fourth Amendment Challenges after Carpenter, p. 1-22 (137 KB PDF)
Matthew Tokson

Articles and Essays on the Fourth Amendment

Transparency After Carpenter, p. 23-33 (129 KB PDF)
Hannah Bloch-Wehba

App Permissions and the Third-Party Doctrine, p. 35-51 (191 KB PDF)
Michael Gentithes

Carpenter’s Consumers, p. 53-85 (279 KB PDF)
Lindsey Barrett

The Fourth Amendment of "Things": Comment on Tokson, p. 87-102 (163 KB PDF)
Chad Flanders and Ashlyn Dowd

Student Scholarship

The Silent War on Individual Property Rights: The Necessary Reform of the Kansas Standard Asset Seizure and Forfeiture Act, p. 103-136 (300 KB PDF)
Elyssa R. Ellis

A New Form of Addiction: A Practical Regulatory Approach Towards Randomized Reward Systems in Video Games to Protect Consumers from Gambling-Like Practices, p. 137-169 (341 KB PDF)
Michael J. MacPhee

How Unreal is the Unicorn Now? The Need for Regulation in the Wild-Wild-West of Private Companies, p. 171-205 (335 KB PDF)
Kayla L. Stavinoha

Miscellaneous Pages

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