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Volume 20:1

1. Killing Osama bin Laden: Legal and Necessary by Second Lieutenant Sonny Lee Hodgin

2. Kelly v. United States of America: Creating a Two-Part Test for Immunity Under Pennsylvania’s Recreational Use of Land & Water Act by Debra Wolf Goldstein

3. Opting Out of the Procedural Morass: A Solution to the Class Arbitration Problem by Emanwel Josef Turnbull

4. Preferring the “Wise Man” to Science: The Failure of Courts and Non-Litigation Mechanisms to Demand Validity in Forensic Matching Testimony by Professor Jules Epstein

5. Forensic Science(s) in the Courtroom: Symposium Transcript by Judge Joseph R. Slights, III, Lisa M. Schwind, Gerard Spadaccini, Professor Jules Epstein, Anjali A. Ranadive

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Volume 19:2

1. Friending Due Process: Facebook as a Fair Method of Alternative Service by William Wagner, Joshua R. Castillo

2. The Emotion of Disgust, Demand Augmentation, and Wasteful Consumption by Nathan Ostrander

3. Only a Recommendation: How Delaware Capital Sentencing Law Subverst Meaningful Deliberations and Jurors’ Feelings of Responsibility by Ross Kleinstuber

4. The Invasion of Privacy Act: The Disclosure of My Information in Your Government File by Lt. Col. Evan M. Stone

5. Plurarlity Decisions, Implicit Consensus, and the Fifth-Vote Rule Under Marks v. United States by John P. Neuenkirchen

STUDENT NOTES

6. Whistleblowers, Tort Fountains, and Line Drawing: Determining the Scope of Liability Under the False Claims Act by Brian McCarthy

7. The Resolution of the “Show Me Your Papers” Circuit Split: Constitutionality and Consequences of Enforcing State and Local Immigration Laws by Erica L. Sharp
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Volume 18:2

1. Preliminary – 18:2

2. Foreword: Fitch Forum On Preservation Law by Andrew S. Dolkart

3. 2011 Fitch Forum Part One – Welcome & Introductions Speakers: David Schnakenberg, Andrew S. dokart, Anthony Wood

4. Speech: Keynote Address by Jerold Kayden

5. 2011 Fitch Forum Part Two – Keynote Discussion Moderator: Anne Van Ingen; Panelists: Tersh Boasberg, Paul Emondson, Jerold Kayden

6. The New York City Landmarks Law: Embracing Litigation And Moving Toward A Proactive Enforcement Philosophy by Benjamin Baccash

7. 2011 Fitch Forum Part Three – A Tale Of Three Cities: Preservation Issues Around The Nation Speakers: David Schnakenberg, Tom Mayes

8. Tout Ensemble: Preserving Seattle’s Satterlee House by John Nivala

9. Speech: New York City’s Landmarks Law by David Schnakenberg

10. 2011 Fitch Forum Part Four – New York City’s Landmark Law At Forty-Five: Perpetually Young Or Showing Its Age? Moderator: Anthony Wood; Panelists: Al butzel, Otis Pearsall, Margery Pelmutter, David Schnakenberg, Mark Silverman

11. Protecting Landmarks From Demolition by Neglect: New York City’s Experience by John M. Weiss

12. Albert’s Bard And The Origin Of Historic Preservation In New York State by Carol Clark

13. 2011 Fitch Forum Part Five – Moderators Round Table: What’s Next For Historic Preservation Moderator: Kate Wood; Panelists: Tom Mayes, Anne Van Ingen, Anthony Wood
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Volume 18:1

Unsolicited Manuscripts

ARTICLES

1. The Priest-Penitent Privilege V. Child Abuse Reporting Statutes: How to Avoid the Conflict and Serve Society by Kari Mercer Dalton

2. Circumstances When Medical Treatment May Be Forcibly Imposed Despite a Patient’s Explicit Refusal: A Comprehensive Analysis of Pennsylvania Law by Joseph Anthony Valenti

3. The Pennsylvania Dead Man’s Statute by S. Michael Yeager

STUDENT NOTES

4. A Losing Battle With the ‘Machinery of Death': The Flaws of Virginia’s Death Penalty Laws and Clemency Process Highlighted by the Fate of Teresa Lewis by Melanie L. Crawford

5. Caught in the Cycle of Sexual Violence: The Application of Mandatory Registration and Community Notification Laws to Juvenile Sex Offenders by Jenna Rae Kring

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SYMPOSIUM: Health Law and the Elderly: Managing Risk at the End of Life

Volume 17:2

Unsolicited Manuscripts

INTRODUCTION

An Introduction to the Symposium by Thaddeus Mason Pope

ARTICLES

1. Speech: A Perspective from the Bench by Edward D. Reibman

2. Death by Voluntary Dehydration: Suicide or the Right to Refuse a Life-Prolonging Measure? by Judith K. Schwarz

3. Voluntarily Stopping Eating and Drinking: A Legal Treatment Option at the End of Life by Thaddeus Mason Pope, Lindsey E. Anderson

4. The Clinical Realities of Advance Directives by Donna A. Casey, David M. Walker

5. Hospice and Health Care Reform: Improving Care at the End of Life by Kathy L. Cerminara

6. Landmark Legislation in New York Affirms Benefits of a Two-Step Approach to Advance Care Planning Including MOLST: A Model of Shared, Informed Medical Decision-Making and Honoring Patient Preferences for Care at the End of Life by Patricia Bomba

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Volume 17:1

Unsolicited Manuscripts

ARTICLES

1. The Limits of Lex Americana: The Holocaust Restitution Litigation as a Cul-De-Sac of International Human-Rights Law by Michael Thad Allen

2. Breach: The National Security Implications of Human Trafficking by Arthur Rizer and Sheri R. Glaser

3. Granholm v. Heald: Wine In, Wit Out by Noah J. Stanzione

4. Net-Widening In Delaware: The Overuse of Registration and Residential Treatment for Youth Who Commit Sex Offenses by Chrysanthi Leon, David I. Burton and Dana Alvare

5.Litigation, Settlement, and the Public Welfare: Lessons from the Master Settlement Agreement by Frank Sloan and Lindsey Chepke

STUDENT NOTES

6. The Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act and it’s Commerce Clause Implications by Jennifer Iacono

7. Computer Hackers on the Cul-De-Sac: Myspace Suicide Indictment Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Sets Dangerous Precedent by Caroline Jones

8. Utilizing Nonlawyer Advocates to Bridge the Justice Gap in America by Daniel C.W. Lang

9. “Market” Regulation: Confronting Industrial Agriculture’s Food Safety Failures by Nathan M. Trexler

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Volume 16: 2
Symposium: The Child Witness

ARTICLES

1. Foreword: Why “The Child Witness” Now? by Jules Epstein

2.Distrusting Young Children Who Allege Sexual Abuse: Why Stereotypes Don’t Die and Ways to Facilitate Child Testimony by Myrna S. Raeder

3. The Child Declarant, the Confrontation Clause, and the Forfeiture Doctrine by Clifford S. Fishman

4. Documentation and Assessment of Children’s Forensic Interview Statements by Amy Russell

5. A Search for the Truth or Trial by Ordeal: When Prosecutors Cross-Examine Adolescents How Should Courts Respond? by Frank E. Vandervort

6. Viewing Child Witnesses Through a Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Lens: How Attorneys’ Ethical Duties Exacerbate Children’s Psychopathology by William Wesley Patton

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Volume 16:1
Unsolicited Manuscripts

1.  The Greenpeace of Cultural Environmentalism by Jyh-An Lee

2.  Evidence for Homeschooling: Constitutional Analysis in Light of Social Science Research by Tanya K. Dumas, Sean Gates, Deborah R. Schwarzer

3. Cyberbullying and Other Student Technology Misuses in K-12 American Schools: The Legal Landmines by Kathleen Conn, Ph.D., J.D., LL.M.

4. Ensuring Enforceability and Fairness in the Arbitration of Employment Disputes by Stacy A. Hickox

STUDENT NOTES

5. Legal Rights of Young Adults with Autism: Transitioning into Mainstream Adulthood by Malynn Kuangparichat

6.  After Gonzales v. Raich: Can RICO Be Used to Prosecute Intrastate Noneconomic Street Gang Violence? by Kristina A. Miller

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Volume 15: 2
Symposium: Living With Climate Change: Legal Challenges in a Warmer World

ARTICLES

1.  Diminishing the Divine:  Climate Change and the and the Act of God Defense by Kenneth T. Kristl

2.  The Politics and Psychology of Gasoline Taxes:
An Empirical Study
 by Shi-Ling Hsu

3.  A Common Morality:  Toward a Framework for Designing Fiscal Instruments to Respond to Global Climate Change by Eleanor Weston Brown

4. Global Climate Disruption and Water Law Reform by Joseph W. Dellapenna

5. Massachusetts v. EPA: Is the Promise of Regulation Much Ado About Nothing?  Deconstructing States Special Solitude Against an Evolving Jurisprudence by Dr. Saby Ghoshray

6. Adaptation to the Health Consequences of Climate Change as a Potential Influence on Public Health Law and Policy:  From Preparedness to Resilience by Lindsayl F. Wiley

7. A Public Health Perspective on Sea-level Rise: Starting Points for Climate Change Adaptation by Robin Kundis Craig

STUDENT NOTE

Global Warming and Agribusiness:  Could Methane Gas from Dairy Cows Spark the Next California Gold Rush? by Deanne M. Camara-Ferreira

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Volume 15:1

ARTICLES

1.  Pan-Prostestantism and Proselytizing:  Minority Religions in a Protestant Empire by Michael Newsom

2.  The Pragmatically Virtuous Lawyer? by Robert f. Blomquist

3.  Hi Superman, I’m a Lawyer:  A Guide to Attorneys (and Other Legal Professionals) Portrayed in American Comic Books:  1910-2008 by William A. Hilyerd

4.  Dilemmas of Redistricting in a Partial-Covera VRA State:  An Empirical Reconsideration of the North Carolina Supreme Court’s Stephenson Opinion by John C. Kuzenski

5.  Taking Duncan Kennedy Seriously:  Ironical Liberal Legalism by Motoaki Funakoshi

6.  Lawyers as Problem-Solvers, One Meal at a Time:  A Review of Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Ariana R. Levinson

STUDENT NOTE

Dining in Good Faith on Poisonous Fruit? by Janine L. Hochberg

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Volume 14: 2
Symposium: Cross-Examination: The Great Engine (?)

ARTICLES

3. What’s Reliability Got to Do with the Confrontation Clause After Crawford?Josephine Ross

4. Cross-Examination: Seemingly Ubiquitous, PurportedlyOmnipotent, and “At Risk”Jules Epstein

5. Fair Process and Fair Play: Professionally Responsible Cross-Examination John Nivala

6. Impact of Television on Cross-Examination and Juror “Truth” Kimberlianne Podlas

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Volume 14:1

ARTICLES

1. What’s Wrong With Judicial Supremacy? What’s Right About Judicial Review? by Robert Justin Lipkin

2. The Interrelationship Between International Law and Constitutional Theory
by Simcha Herzog

3. The Literary Effect of Sovereignty in International Law by John Hilla

4. What Helps Law Professors Develop as Teachers? An Empirical Study
by Gerald F. Hess and Sophie M. Sparrow

5. I’m Sorry: Exploring the Reasons Behind the Differing Roles of Apology in American and Japanese Civil Cases By Mitchell Stephens

6. Reading Mohammed in Charleston: Assessing the U.S. Courts’ Approach to the Convergence of Law, Religion, and Commerce by Marc. L. Roark

7. The United States Supreme Court’s Decision in eBay v. MercExchange: How Irreparable the Injury to Patent Injunctions? by Richard B. Klar

8. Book Review: The Protection of Free Exercise of Religion for Minority Faiths in Bruce Ledewitz’s American Religious Democracy by Gary S. Gildin

STUDENT NOTES

Taming Cyberspace: Broadcasting as a Model for Regulating The Internet by Lauren L. Hackett

From the Garage to the Internet Superhighway: Tax Consequences For Individual eBay Users and IRS Policy Towards the Online Marketplace by Trevor J. Mohr

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Volume 13:2
Symposium: Envisioning a More Democratic Global System

ARTICLES

INTRODUCTION

Considering Global Democracy by Andrew Strauss

1. What Comes After Wesphalia: The Democratic Challenge by Richard Falk

2. Democracy in the Americas by Heraldo Muñoz

3. Internationalizing National Politics: Lessons for International Organizations by Gregory H. Fox

4. Can Democracy Be Exported? by Daniele Archibugi

5. The Perils of “Dumb” Democracy by Kimon Valaskakis

6. The E-Parliament: Global Governance to Serve the Human Interest by Robert C. Johansen

7. On the First Branch of Global Governance by Andrew Strauss

8. Hegemony, Terrorism, and War–Is Democracy the Antidote? by Chandra Muzaffar

9. Speech: One Man One Vote or One Man One Goat: Reflections on Democracy in the Global Arena by Thomas Franck

10. Rethinking Global Parliament: Beyond the Indeterminacy of International Law by Heikki Patomäki

11. Speech: Assessing the Proposal for a Global Parliament: A Skeptics View by David Kennedy

12. Towards a General Assembly of Peoples: Notes for Conversation by Upendra Baxi

13. America and the Future of Global Democracy by Zaid Ibrahim

STUDENT NOTE

Islam and the Iraqi Constitution by Brett Eric Bendistis

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Volume 13:1
Unsolicited Manuscripts

ARTICLES

1. Some Preliminary Statistical, Qualitative, and Anecdotal Findings of An Empirical Study of Collegiality Among Law Professors (pdf)………………………………………………………..Michael L. Seigel, Kathi Miner-Rubino

2.Lawyers and Learning: A Metacognitive Approach to Legal Education (pdf)………………………………………………………………………..Anthony S. Niedwiecki

3. Dependent Relative Revocation Has Gone Astray: It Should Return to its Roots (pdf)……………………………………………………………………………….Frank L Schiavo

4. Comparative Trademark Law: Fair Use Defense in the United States and Europe – The Changing Landscape of Trademark Law (pdf)…………………….Uche U. Ewelukwa

5. The Financial Action Task Force: A Study in Balancing Sovereignty with Equality in Global Administrative Law (pdf)………………………………………………..Jared Wessel

6. Comment: Preconceived Notions: “Regarded As” Disabled Employees and the Right to Reasonable Accommodations Under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (pdf)………………………………………………………………………..Matthew Hauber

7. Comment: Long-Term Care Alert: An Analysis of Delaware’s Approach to Medicaid Planning Techniques and Why Curbing Medicaid Planning Will Not Solve The Nation’s Long-Term Care Problem (pdf)……………………………………………………………………………Karla Levinson

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Volume 12:2

ARTICLES

1. Tri-State Vagaries: The Varying Responses of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania to the Phenomenon of Mistaken Identifications by Jules Epstein

2.  A Fine Line Between Chaos & Creation: Lessons on Innocence Reform From the Pennsylvania Eight by John T. Rago

3. Improving Teaching and Learning in Law School: Faculty Development Research, Principles, and Programs by Gerald F. Hess

4.The Man Who Declines to be Socrates: Justice Scalia, Truth, and the Jurisprudence of Tradition by David M. Wagner

5. Seeking Consensus on Homeland Security Standards: Adopting the National Response Plan and the National Incident Management System by William C. Nicholson

6. Dismissal Under Forum Non Conveniens: Should The Availability Requirement Be a Threshold Issue When Applied To Nonessential Defendants by John P. Dobrovich, Jr.

7. Accepting a New Genre of Federal Criminal Laws? How the Supreme Court’s Sabri Decision Increases Avenues of Congressional Authority Without Providing Adequate Safeguards for States and Individuals by Philip M. Schreiber

8. Comment: Heeding the Equal Protection Clause in the Case of State v. Limon and in Other Instances of Discriminatory Romeo and Juliet Statutes by Nancy Bourke

9. No Child Left Behind: Admirable Goals, Disastrous Outcomes by Thomas Rentschler

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Volume 12:1
Symposium: Regulating for Patient Safety:  The Law’s Response to Medical Errors

ARTICLES

1.  Regulating Patient Safety: Toward a Federal Model of Medical Error Reduction by Barry R. Furrow

2.  Pennsylvania’s Approach to Reducing Medical Error: The Story of Patient Safety Authority by Stanton N. Smullens, Adam S. Evans, David B. Nash

3.  Combating Those Ugly Medical Errors-It’s Time for a Hospital Regulatory Makeover! by John D. Blum

4. Collaborating on Patient Safety: Legal Concerns and Policy Requirements by Bryan A. Liang

5.  Malpractice Reform as a Health Policy Problem by William M. Sage

6.  Medical Malpractice Reform REDUX; Deja Vu All Over Again? by David A. Hyman, Charles M. Silver

7. To HIPAA, a Son: Assessing the Technical, Conceptual, and Legal Frameworks for Patient Safety Information by Nicholas P. Terry

8.  Medical Error as Reportable Event, as Tort, as Crime: A Transpacific Comparison by Robert B. Leflar, Futoshi Iwata

9.  Making Patient Safety and a “Homelike” Environment Compatible: A Challenge for Long Term Care Regulation by Marshall B. Kapp

10.Cosmetic Surgery in the Doctor’s Office: Is State Regulation Improving Patient Safety? by Darlene Ghavimi

11.  Transition from the Carrot to the Stick: The Evolution of Pharmaceutical Regulations Concerning Pediatric Drug Testing by Pamela D. Politis

12.Can Adhesive Labels Prevent Wrong Site Surgery and Reduce Liability Risk? by Maggie M. Finkelstein, James W. Saxton


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Volume 11:2  Readings of Lawrence v. Texas
Volume 11:1  Culpability and the Death Penalty: The Intersection of Law and Psychology
Volume 10:2  Envmt’l Citizen Suits at 30-Something: A Celebration and Summit II
Volume 10:1  Envmt’l Citizen Suits at 30-Something: A Celebration and Summit I
Volume  9:2   Combating Terrorism in the Environmental Trenches
Volume  9:1   The Louis L. Redding Civil Rights Symposium
Volume  8:2   Preservation Law Symposium: Re-inventing the Past
Volume  8:1   Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Research:  Legal and Ethical Issues

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