Volume 48

Volume 48 will be published in two installments. Volume 48 Issue No. 1 will provide the legal community with an up-to-date analysis of the legal implications of recent technological innovations. The subject matter of these articles will encompass artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, and data privacy and security.

Volume 48 Issue No. 1 was published in January 2018. Volume 48 Issue No. 1 features:

-Foreword by Professor Hartzog;
-A Bundle of Blockchains? Digitally Disrupting Property Law by Katie Szilagyi;
-Rights of Data Subject and Forecasting Information: Can One Have Privacy Rights over Predictive Information? by Hideyuki Matsumi;
-The Ethics of the Algorithm: Autonomous Systems and the Wrapper of Human Control by Robert Sloan and Richard Warner;
-Standards of Fairness for Disparate Impact Assessment of Big Data Algorithms by Mark MacCarthy;
-Is the Recent Trend of States Legalizing Daily Fantasy Sports In an Effort to Raise Revenue a “Safe Play” To Make Money or Simply a “Hail Mary”? by Matt Hambrick;
-The Congressional Review Act, Presidential Transitions, and the Act’s Reporting Requirement: How the Act May Finally Be Used to Successfully Overturn Agency Regulations Again by Jake Moore; and
-Does Expense-Sharing Among Private Pilots Constitute “Compensation” Under Section 61.113 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958? by Carmen Weite.
Volume 48 Issue No. 2 will honor the anniversaries of the Supreme Court decision in Buchanan v. Warley, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., and the integration of Little Rock Central High School. The editors of the Law Review believe Issue No. 2 will provide both a tribute to how far society has come in the pursuit of civil liberties, as well as an analysis of current civil liberties issues before courts today.

Volume 48 Issue No. 2 was published in June 2018.
-Foreword by Judge John L. Carroll;

-Reflections on the 100th Anniversary of Buchanan v. Warley:

-Recent Revisionist History and Unanswered Questions by David Bernstein (University Professor at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University);
-Judicial Construction of Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 6(e) – Historical Evolution and Circuit Interpretation Regarding Disclosure of Grand Jury Proceedings to Third Parties by Alex Thrasher;
-Reaffirmation and Application of the Undue Burden Standard in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt and Post-Hellerstedt Decisions in the Eleventh Circuit by Laney Gifford;
-From Jane to John: Protecting Transgender Individuals’ Right to Bathroom Access Under Title IX by Allison Booth;
-International Tax Law- Where is the Pot of Gold? The Implications of Corporate Inversions for the Economic Health of Ireland, a Popular Target Jurisdiction by Lindsey Catlett;
-11th Circuit Surveys
-Casenote: Defining Property in a Regulatory Takings Inquiry. Murr v. Wisconsin, 137 S. Ct. 1933 (2017), by Jenna Jayjohn;
-Casenote: Trademark Regulation Prohibiting Registration of Offensive Trademarks Found Unconstitutional. Matal v. Tam, 137 S. Ct. 1744 (2017), by Alex Sidwell.