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Volume 20, Issue 3

Articles

Why the Civilian Purchase, Use, and Sale of Assault Weapons and Semiautomatic Rifles and Pistols, Along with Large Capacity Magazines, Should Be Banned
Donald L. Flexner

Choosing Privacy
Irina D. Manta

Segregative-Effect Claims Under the Fair Housing Act
Robert G. Schwemm

The (Now Urgent) Case for State-Level Monitoring of Local Government Finances: Protecting Localities from Trump’s “Potemkin Village of Nothing”
Darien Shanske

Notes

Fulfilling the Full Promise of Liberty Made in Lawrence v. Texas: Using the Fundamental Right to Sexual Intimacy to Challenge the FDA’s Policy Against Blood Donations from Men Who Have Sex with Men
R.T. Winston Berkman

Consolidation After Crisis: How a Few Private Investors Bought Distressed, Federally-Insured Mortgages After the Foreclosure Crisis
Brad Greenburg

Volume 20, Issue 2

Articles

Tipping the Scales of Justice: The Role of the Nonprofit Sliding Scale Law Firm in the Delivery of Legal Services
Mitch

Can NFL Players Obtain Judicial Review of Arbitration Decisions on the Merits When a Typical Hourly Union Worker Cannot Obtain This Unusual Court Access?
Michael Z. Green & Kyle T. Carney

Too Conflicted to be Transparent: Giving Affordable Financing Its “Good Name” Back
Cassandra Jones Havard

Coordinating Access to Justice for Low- and Moderate-Income People
Ian Weinstein

Notes

The Failures of Federal Campaign Finance Preemption
Sam Levor

Quasi-State Actor: How the Application of State Action Doctrine Can Fill a Regulatory Gap in New York Charter School Legislation
Ava L. Ferenci

Volume 20, Issue 1

Articles

Taxi Regulation in the Age of Uber
Katrina M. Wyman

Electoral Integrity in Campaign Finance Law
Daniel I. Weiner & Benjamin T. Brickner

Speech v. Conduct, Surcharges v. Discounts: Testing the Limits of the First Amendment and Statutory Construction in the Growing Credit Card Quagmire
Clay Calvert, Rich Shumate, Stephanie A. McNeff, & Stephenson Waters

Workplace Wellness: Social Injustice
Elizabeth A. Brown

Why Negligence Per Se Should Be Abandoned
Barry L. Johnson

Notes

Bringing Theory to Practice: Using Optimal Tax Analysis to Guide Real-World Transfer Program Reform
Christopher James Murray

Closing the Black Fiscal Hole: Alternatives to the “Spend It or Lose It” Policy for Agency Discretionary Spending
Leonard Yoo