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Volume 109 Article Selection

We are currently accepting submissions for our forthcoming 109th volume. Please direct questions about print submissions to Matthew Heins, Senior Articles Editor. Note that we do not accept submissions via email for the print edition.

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We accept submissions on a continuous basis for our online companion through the online submissions service Scholastica. We also accept submissions via email. If you have questions or comments, please consult our submission policies or email Nicholas Roosevelt, Senior Online Editor.

 

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  Of Bitcoins, Independently Wealthy Software, and the Zero-Member LLC [citation]   Shawn Bayern
  Party-Based Corruption and McCutcheon v. FEC [citation]   Michael S. Kang
         
 

Current Issue: Fall 2013, Volume 108, Issue 1

  ARTICLES
  Informal Deference: A Historical, Empirical, and Normative Analysis of Patent Claim Construction [citation] [data]   J. Jonas Anderson & Peter S. Menell
  On Duopoly and Compensation Games in the Credit Rating Industry [citation]   Robert J. Rhee
  Reclaiming the Equitable Heritage of Habeas [citation]   Erica Hashimoto
  Morris v. Allen and the Lost History of the Anti-Injunction Act of 1793 [citation]   James E. Pfander & Nassim Nazemi
         
  NOTES & COMMENTS      
  British Invasion: Importing the United Kingdom's Orphan Works Solution to United States Copyright Law [citation]   Abigail Bunce
  Doe v. Elmbrook School District and the Importance of Refocusing Establishment Clause Jurisprudence [citation]   Julie M. Karaba
  Who Gets the Jewels when a Law Firm Dissolves? The Unfinished Business Doctrine and Hourly Matters [citation]   Peter W. Rogers
  Mug Shot Disclosure Under FOIA: Does Privacy or Public Interest Prevail? [citation]   Kathryn Shephard
         
  ONLINE ESSAYS      
  The Definite Article: The D.C. Circuit's Redefinition of Recess Appointments [citation]   Jeff VanDam
  DOMA's Ghost and Copyright Reversionary Interests [citation]   Brad A. Greenberg