Volume 29:2

The Three Stages of Censorship: Force, Law and Consent: Neuborne, Burt

The Jurisprudence of Tradition: Constitutional Gaslighting and the Future of First Amendment Free Speech Doctrine: Erickson, Emily; Bunker, Matthew D.

Once the Jury Sees It, the Jury Can’t Unsee It: The Challenge Trial Judges Face When Authenticating Video Evidence in the Age of Deepfakes: Myhand, Taurus

Has State Legal Handling of COVID-19 Affected Traditional Scholl Enrollment Numbers? An Examination of Student Enrollment, State Legislation, and Parents’ Perspectives: Greuel, Lauren; Kohm, Lynne Marie


The Classroom Bully Pulpit: Divisive Concepts Laws Are Undermining Instructional Free Speech: Baker, Tracey

“I Can’t Breathe”: How Recording the Police Can Save a Life and the Justice System: Boyer, Mackenzie

Volume 29:1

Why the SEC Gag Rule Silencing Those Who Settle SEC Investigations Violates the First Amendment: Smolla, Rodney A.

The Federalization of Military Law: Monea, Nino C.


The Constitution: A Blueprint for American Data: Suparman, Mariska

The Benefit Is in the Details: How Pharmacy Benefit Managers Have Reaped Profits from Insulin’s Increasing List Price and Remained Unscathed, until Now: Crozier-Fitzgerald, Giovanna

Volume 28:2

Measuring Scholarly Impact in Law: Wallace, Karen L.; Lutkenhaus, Rebecca

No Faith and No Credit Is There Legal Recourse against the Federal Government Should a Default on Treasury Debt Occur?: Ang, Asher


Can’t See It, Can’t Hold It: Do You Control It? a 21st Century Approach to Bitcoin Possession: Rubin, Jason

You Better Work! – American Labor Law and the Path to Reform: Guenther, Abigail G.

Volume 28:1

On the Road to Supreme Court Review: The Constitutionality of Truck-Only Tolls: Hockstad, Trayce

Digitizing Delaware’s Data Advantage: Scheuer, Luke

Enforcement by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: An Empirical Analysis of Director Kraninger’s Leadership: Baker, Harrison H.


Jones v. Mississippi: The Supreme Court’s Opportunity to Clarify the Confusion Left in the Wake of Miller: Candler, Rebecca M.

Twin Flames: A Story of Racial Gerrymandering and Partisan Gerrymandering: Kappauf, Adriane M.

Volume 27:2

The Veterans’ Memorial Preservation and Recognition Act: Marzen, Chad G.

COVID, Constitution, Individualism, and Death: Fulton, Neil

The COVID-19 Modern Era Pandemic – The Impact of the 1905 United States Supreme Court Decision of Jacobson: Compulsory Vaccination under State Police Power vs. the Individual Right to Refuse a Vaccination: Termini, Roseann B.

Lost in the Supermarket: Federal Terrorism Prosecutions for Coughing COVID: Cepero, Laura L.

Rights to Unknown Valuables Found Secreted in Sold Articles or Dwellings: Fichtner, J. Royce


The Key to Compelled Decryption: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Solakian, Lea M.

Volume 27:1

Expanding the Paradigm in Business Law Curriculum: Bridging the Access to Justice Gap for Small Businesses Starts in the Classroom: Nieman, Rebecca

Banishing the Ghost of Red Hannah: Proportionality, Originalism, and the Living Constitution in Delaware: Adams, Casey


Trouble in the Tribunals: Exploring the Effects of Chevron One “Step” at a Time: Judefind, Jamie G.

Protecting Transgender Prisoners: Defending Access to Gender Confirmation Surgery: Raspa, Alexa

Volume 26:2

Preventing Attrition: Critical Interventions to Close the Racial Gap in Non-Transfer Attrition: Robbins, Allie

Delaware’s Daubert Standards for Toxic Tort Cases: An Issue of Nationwide Importance: McNichols, John; Houseal, Timothy; Thomason, Kyle


The Interactive Space: Adapting Public Forum Doctrine to Meet the Needs of the Cyber Age: Flitter, Edward

The Path less Traveled: Finding Clean Water Act Liability on the Basis of the Hydrological Connection Theory: Brady, Kyle R.

The Scope of the Private Search Doctrine in the Digital Age: Can It Be Contained: Ammon, Christopher

Volume 26:1

The Evolving Federal Response to State Marijuana Reforms: Mikos, Robert A.

First State or Follower Marijuana in Delaware: Suder, Joanna S.; Goldstein, Aaron R.; Merced, Tanisha L.

Patent Pending: Exploring the Patentability of New Cannabis Strains and the Legal Challenges It Presents: Brady, Kyle R.

The Green Rush: The Public Marijuana Securities Market: Scheuer, Luke

Pot, the First Amendment, and Taxes: The IRS’s Denial of 501(c)(6) Tax-Exempt Status to Marijuana Advocacy Groups: Scheuer, Luke

Volume 25:2

Keynote Address on Dignity Rights and Environmental Justice: A Symposium to Explore Environmental Justice through the Lens of Human Dignity: Donald, Bernice B.

Dignity Rights and the Environment: Affirming Human Dignity through Environmental: Justice Donald, Bernice B.; Linehan, Emily P.

Exploring Environmental Justice through the Lens of Human Dignity: Daly, Erin; May, James R.

Mask off – the Coloniality of Environmental: Justice Ahmad, Nadia B.

Respect for Community Narratives of Environmental Injustice: The Dignity Right to Be Heard and Believed: Kang, Helen H.

Dignity and Environmental Justice in Nigeria: The Case of Gbemre v. Shell: May, James R.; Dayo, Tiwajopelo

Brief of Amicus Curiae Law Professors in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellees’ Answering Brief: May, James R.; Daly, Erin

Volume 25:1

1. Killing Osama bin Laden: Legal and Necessary: 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: Debra Wolf Goldstein

3. Opting Out of the Procedural Morass: A Solution to the Class Arbitration Problem: 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: Professor Jules Epstein

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

Volume 25:2

Toward a More Effective Use and Understanding of Forensic Evidence in Courts of Law: Evans, Amy; Kim, Charles; Laraia, Nicholas; Lutz, Zachary; Osborne, Allison; Parchuke, Emily; Williams, Loren; Zook, Alicia; Quarino, Lawrence

Anti-Reliance Clauses and Other Contractual Fraud Limitations under Delaware Law: Shrayber, Fridrikh V.; Hanson, Morgan J.

Hively – Shaping the Future of Sexual Orientation Rights under Title VII: Solometo, Maura G.


Sexual Violence Laws Redefined in the Me Too Era: Affirmative Consent & Statutes of Limitations: Alabi, Olabisi Adurasola

A Cataclysmic Blindness: The Court’s Denial of Equal Protection to Those Who Are Mentally Handicapped: Gray, Travis

Illegal Contact: Tackling Domestic Violence in the NFL: Lott, Alyssa

Volume 24:2

1. Foreword: Dean Rodney A. Smolla

2. Gag Clauses and the Right to Gripe: The Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016 & State Efforts to Protect Online Reviews from Contractual Censorship: Clay Calvert

3. The Right to Say, But Not To Do: John G. Culhane

4. Rethinking the Right of Publicity in the Context of Social Media:Ashley Messenger (pages 1-10)

Pages 11-20

Pages 21-29

5. Defamation and Privacy in the Social Media Age: Stephen J. Wermiel

Volume 24:1

1. Navigating Through Delaware’s Residential Landlord-Tenant Law:Pete Tsoflias

2. Shake It Off: Potential Civil Liability of Handshake Lines: Joshua D. Winneker & Sam E. Ehrlich


3. Safeguarding the Constitutional Rights of the Intellectually Disabled: Requiring Courts to Apply Criteria that do not Deviate From the Current Edition of the DSM: Octavia Gory

4. You Can’t Have One Without the Other: Why the Legalization of Same Sex Marriage Created a Need for Courts to have Discretion in Granting Legal Parentage to More than Two Individuals: Tricia Kazinetz

Volume 23:2 

1. Foreword: Breaking Down Barriers – The Benefits of a More Inclusive Legal Profession: Santino Ceccotti

2. Disability and the Law: An Essay on Inclusion, from Theory to Practice: Daniel G. Atkins & Robert L. Hayman, Jr.

3. Breaking Down Barriers: Session II – Making the Bar More Inclusive: Ross Flockerzie, Melissa R. Allman, Melissa Felder Zappala, Daniel Goldstein, Won Shin. & Neal Suggs

4. Breaking Down Barriers: Session V – The Special Role of Technology: Richard K. Herrmann, Melissa R. Allman, Melissa Felder Zappala, Daniel Goldstein, & Professor Fredric L. Lederer

5. Survey of Delaware State Bar Association Members to Assess the Presence of Conditions That Hinder Their Practice of Law: Steven W. Peuquet, Asiah M. Lemon, & Sharon Merriman-Nai

Volume 23:1

1. The Pro-Claimant Pardox: How the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Contradicts Its Own Mission: Benjamin P. Pomerance

2.  The Aftermath of Koontz and Conditional Demands: A Per Se Test, Personal Property, and a Conditional Demand: James E. Holloway & Donald C. Guy

3. Reconsidering Pennsylvania’s Lustful Disposition Exception: Why the Commonwealth Should Follow Its Neighbor in Getz v. Delaware: Zachary Stirparo

4. Preserving the “Character of Mercy”: Commonwealth v. Williams and the 300-Year History of the Reprieve Power in Pennsylvania: Timothy Kane, Jesse Abrams-Morley, & Eric Motylinski


1. The Remedy of Last Resort: Nicole Haas

2. Resolving an Incoherent Doctrine: Regulating Off-Campus Student Speech with Principles of Personal Jurisdiction: Andrew P. Stafford

Volume 22:2 

1. Introduction and Dedication to Judge Alan Cooper: Eleanor Torres

2. Domestic Violence, Children, and Toxic Stress: Allan R. De Jong, M.D.

3. Polyvictimized Children & Intimate Partner Violence: Promoting Healthy Outcomes for Children: Dana Harrington Conner

4. Addressing the Oliphant in the Room: Domestic Violence and the Safety of American Indian and Alaska Native Children in Indian Country: Kelly Gaines Stoner & Lauren Van Schilfgaarde

5. Protecting the Freedom for Women to be Free From Violence: The Violence Against Women Act Endures: Claire M. DeMatteis

Volume 22:1 

1. The Uncertainty of Legal Doctrine in Indirect Expropriation Cases and the Legitimacy Problems of Investment Arbitration: Mojtaba Dani & Afshin Akhtar -Khavari

2. Extending Regulatory Takings Theory by Applying Constitutional Doctrine and Elevating Takings Precedents to Justify Higher Standards of Review in Knootz by James E. Holloway & Donald C. Guy

3. The Separation Document Rule of Fed. R. Civ. P. 58: The History, the Mystery, and the Future: David L. Goodwin

4. The Right to Life Passes Through the Right to a Healthy Environment: Jurisprudence in Comparison: Emma A. Imparato

5. The Laws of Science, Constitutional Law, and the Rule of Law: Professor David Hodas


1.  Criminal Immigration Law: The Reality of Criminal Defense After the Adoption of the Broader Interpretation of Padilla and an Integrated Practice Solution: Johanna Peuscher-Funk

2. Statutory Enhancement of the Judicial Role in the International Extradition of the American Citizen: Randall J. Teti

Volume 21:1

1. Duty & the Death Penalty:  Leo E. Strine, Jr.

2. A Necessary Supplement: Reinvigorating Civil Rico’s Securities Fraud Predicate: Justin D. Weitz

3. The Categorical Failure of Child Pornography Law: Laura E. Avery


4. The Borgata Babes Case: The Weighty Matter of Appearance Standards: Holly C. Frey

5. Least Restrictive Environment: Fulfilling the Promises of IDEA:  Megan McGovern

Volume 20:2

1. Kids and the Keystone Constitutional Conundrum: Can Pennsylvania Institute a School Voucher Program to Rescue Children from Underperforming Schools?: Sean-Tamba Matthew

2. Leveraging Filial Support Laws Under the State Partnership Programs to Encourage Long-Term Care Insurance: Jamie P. Hopkins, Theodore T. Kurlowicz, & Christopher P. Woehrle

3. The H. Albert Young Distinguished Lecture In Constitutional Law
Constitutional Comparisons: Emerging Dignity Rights at Home and Abroad: Erin Daly

4. The Dangerousness of the Status Quo: A Case for Modernizing Civil Commitment Law: Dan Moon

5. The Wolf at the Door: Filial Responsibility Under Delaware Law: W. Wade W. Scott & Erica L. Sharp


6. Stop the Bleeding: A Call for Clarity to Achieve True Mental Health Parity: Aubrey Chamberlin

7. Balancing Career and Parenthood: The Family Medical Leave Act and Maternity Leave: Nicole L. Magill

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