Volume 63, No. 2 (Winter 2024) Table of Contents

Obiter Dictum

Washburn Law Journal Symposium: AI’s Constitutional Moment: Rights, Federalism and Separation of Powers

AI Outputs and the Limited Reach of the First Amendment, p. 159-180 (350 KB PDF)
Karl Manheim and Jeffery Atik

Administrative X-Risk: Pinpointing the Flaws of an AI Regulatory Scheme Reliant on Administrative Action, p. 181-223 (421 KB PDF)
Kevin Frazier

Student Scholarship

Anything You (Do Not) Say Can and Will Be Used Against You in a Court of Law: The No-Adverse-Inference Rule and the Fifth Amendment, p. 225-253 (321 KB PDF)
Paul Brink

As Young as Eight: A Post-Dobbs Statutory and Public Policy Solution to Protect Minors’ Reproductive Health Data Online, p. 255-286 (332 KB PDF)
Caitlin Riffer

Miscellaneous Pages

Administration/Faculty/Staff | Subscriptions/Back Issues | Editors and Staff

Graphic: Cover of volume 62, number 1 of Washburn Law Journal.
Student Comments

Beginning with volume 57, student comments are published online at wljonline.org.