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UCLA Law Review, Issue 57:3

Volume 57, Issue 3


The Shadow Terms: Contract Procedure and Unilateral Amendments David Horton 605
The Many Faces of Promissory Estoppel: An Empirical Analysis Under the Restatement (Second) of Contracts Marco J. Jimenez 669
Portraits of Resistance: Lawyer Responses to Unjust Proceedings Alexandra D. Lahav 725
A “Standard Clause Analysis” of the Frustration Doctrine and the Material Adverse Change Clause Andrew A. Schwartz 789


Coercive Discovery and the First Amendment: Towards a Heightened Discoverability Standard Amy Pomerantz Nickerson 841

UCLA Law Review 57:2 (December 2009)

Volume 57, Issue 2 (December 2009)


The Unexceptionalism of “Evolving Standards” Corinna Barrett Lain 365
The (Constitutional) Convention on IP: A New Reading Dotan Oliar 421


Unborn & Unprotected: The Rights Of The Fetus Under § 1983 Bram Alden 481
An Economic Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Reforming the Business of Law for a Sustainable and Competitive Future Erin J. Cox 511
Reaffirming Indian Tribal Court Criminal Jurisdiction Over Non-Indians: An Argument for a Statutory Abrogation of Oliphant Samuel E. Ennis 553

UCLA Law Review 57:1 (October)

Volume 57, Issue 1 (October 2009)


From Privacy To Liberty: The Fourth Amendment After Lawrence Thomas P. Crocker 1
Who Can Sue Over Government Surveillance? Scott Michelman 71
Leverage in the Board Room: The Unsung Influence of Private Lenders in Corporate Governance Frederick Tung 115


After the Bailout: Regulating Systemic Moral Hazard Karl S. Okamoto 183


Evaluating The Public Interest: Regulation Of Industrial Hemp Under The Controlled Substances Act Christine A. Kolosov 237
Improving The Education Of California’s Juvenile Offenders: An Alternative To Consent Decrees Stefanie Low 275
The Right to Control One’s Name Julia Shear Kushner 313


Getting the Framers Wrong: A Response to Professor Geoffrey Stone Samuel Calhoun
The Perils of Religious Passion: A Response to Professor Samuel Calhoun Geoffrey Stone

Th UCLA Law Review is also pleased to announce the launch of a our new website.


UCLA Law Review 56:6 (August 2009)


Volume 56, Issue 6 (August 2009)


Overcoming Overdisclosure: Toward Tax Shelter Detection (pdf)
Joshua D. Blank

First Amendment Enforcement in Government Institutions and Programs (pdf)
Gia B. Lee

Ezra Pound’s Copyright Statute: Perpetual Rights and the Problem of Heirs (pdf)
Robert Spoo


Nonwaiver Agreements After Federal Rule of Evidence 502: A Glance at Quick-Peek and Clawback Agreements (pdf)
Jessica Wang

Narrowing the Definition of “Dwelling” Under the Fair Housing Act (pdf)
Karen Wong

Addressing Youth Bias Crime (pdf)
Jordan Blair Woods


UCLA Law Review 56:5 (June) — Symposium: The Right to Bear Arms after D.C. v. Heller


Volume 56, Issue 5 (June 2009)

Symposium: The Second Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms After D.C. v. Heller

Gun Control After Heller: Threats and Sideshows From a Social Welfare Perspective (pdf)
Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig, and Adam M. Samaha

Heller, New Originalism, and Law Office History: “Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss” (pdf)
Saul Cornell

Heller and the Triumph of Originalist Judicial Engagement: A Response to Judge Harvie Wilkinson (pdf)
Alan Gura

The Heller Paradox (pdf)
Dennis A. Henigan

A Modern Historiography of the Second Amendment (pdf)
Don B. Kates

The Myth of Big-Time Gun Trafficking and the Overinterpretation of Gun Tracing Data (pdf)
Gary Kleck and Shun-Yung Kevin Wang

Why The Second Amendment Has a Preamble: Original Public Meaning and the Political Culture of Written Constitutions in Revolutionary America (pdf)
David Thomas Konig

The Second Amendment, Heller, and Originalist Jurisprudence (pdf)
Nelson Lund

The Supreme Court and the Uses of History: District of Columbia v. Heller (pdf)
Joyce Lee Malcolm

Heller & Originalism’s Dead Hand — In Theory and Practice (pdf)
Reva B. Siegel

Permissible Gun Regulations After Heller: Speculations About Method and Outcomes (pdf)
Mark Tushnet

Implementing the Right To Keep and Bear Arms for Self-Defense: An Analytical Framework and a Research Agenda (pdf)
Eugene Volokh

Heller’s Catch-22 (pdf)
Adam Winkler


The Right to Know: An Approach to Gun Licenses and Public Access to Government Records (pdf)
Kelsey M. Swanson

The UCLA Law Review would also like to present the 2009-2010 Masthead, and welcome its new staff.


UCLA Law Review 56:4 (April 2009)


Volume 56, Issue 4 (April 2009)


A Constitutional Birthright: The State, Parentage, and the Rights Of Newborn Persons (pdf)

James G. Dwyer

“Which Is To Be Master,” The Judiciary or the Legislature? When Statutory Directives Violate Separation Of Powers (pdf)

Linda D. Jellum

Normative Methods for Lawyers (pdf)

Joseph William Singer


Sex Outside of the Therapy Hour: Practical and Constitutional Limits on Therapist Sexual Misconduct Regulations (pdf)

S. Wesley Gorman


UCLA Law Review, Issue 56:2 (December 2008)


UCLA Law Review, Issue 56:2 (December 2008).


Jeffrey Kahn, International Travel and the Constitution, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 271 (2008).

Carol Sanger, Seeing and Believing: Mandatory Ultrasound and the Path to a Protected Choice, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 351 (2008).

William K. Sjostrom, Jr., The Birth of Rule 144A Equity Offerings, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 409 (2008).


Dale Larson, Unconsciously Regarded as Disabled: Implicit Bias and the Regarded-As Prong of the Americans With Disabilities Act, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 451 (2008).

Jordan Blair Woods, Taking the “Hate” Out of Hate Crimes: Applying Unfair Advantage Theory to Justify the Enhanced Punishment of Opportunistic Bias Crimes, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 489 (2008).


UCLA Law Review, Issue 56:1 (October 2008)


UCLA Law Review, Issue 56:1 (October 2008).

Melville B. Nimmer Memorial Lecture

Geoffrey R. Stone, The World of the Framers: A Christian Nation?, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 1 (2008).


Adam M. Gershowitz, The iPhone Meets the Fourth Amendment, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 27 (2008).

Marco J. Jimenez, The Value of a Promise: A Utilitarian Approach to Contract Law Remedies, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 59 (2008).

Sean B. Seymore, Heightened Enablement in the Unpredictable Arts, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 127 (2008).


Erin J. Cox, Freeing Exercise at Expression’s Expense: When RFRA Privileges the Religiously Motivated Speaker, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 169 (2008).

Adam I. Kaplan, The Case for Comparative Fault in Compensating the Wrongfully Convicted, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 227 (2008).


UCLA Law Review, Issue 55:6 (August 2008)


UCLA Law Review, Issue 55:6 (August 2008).


Ann E. Carlson, Implementing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Caps: A Case Study of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1479 (2008).

Daniel A. Farber, The Place-Based Theory of Standing, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1505 (2008).

Sean B. Hecht, Climate Change and the Transformation of Risk: Insurance Matters, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1559 (2008).

Douglas A. Kysar & Bernadette A. Meyler, Like a Nation State, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1621 (2008).

Cass R. Sunstein, The World vs. the United States and China? The Complex Climate Change Incentives of the Leading Greenhouse Gas Emitters, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1675 (2008).

Michael P. Vandenbergh, Jack Barkenbus & Jonathan Gilligan, Individual Carbon Emissions: The Low-Hanging Fruit, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1701 (2008).

Michael Wara, Measuring the Clean Development Mechanism’s Performance and Potential, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1759 (2008).

Jonathan B. Wiener, Climate Change Policy and Policy Change in China, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1805 (2008).

Jonathan Zasloff, The Judicial Carbon Tax: Reconstructing Public Nuisance and Climate Change, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1827 (2008).


Alina Ball, An Imperative Redefinition of “Community”: Incorporating Reentry Lawyers to Increase the Efficacy of Community Economic Development Initiatives, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1883 (2008).

Maureen Carroll, Educating Expelled Students After No Child Left Behind: Mending an Incentive Structure That Discourages Alternative Education and Reinstatment, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1909 (2008).

Amy Riley Lucas, Specialty License Plates: The First Amendment and the Intersection of Government Speech and Public Forum Doctrines, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1971 (2008).