University of Chicago Law Review, Issue 75:1, Winter 2008


In Memoriam: David P. Currie (1936-2007)

Gerhard Casper

Richard Epstein

David Gossett

Herma Hill Kay

Edmund Kitch

Larry Kramer

Saul Levmore

George Ranney

Geoffrey Stone

Martha Swisher


Kenneth L. Karst, Equality as a Central Principle in the First Amendment Geoffrey Stone

Symposium: Surveillance

Dredging up the Past: Lifelogging, Memory, and Surveillance Anita Allen

Privacy Decisionmaking in Administrative Agencies Kenneth Bamberger and Deirdre Mulligan

The Memory Gap in Surveillance Law Patricia Bellia

Privacy, Visibility, and Exposure Julie E. Cohen

Cybersecurity in the Payment Card Industry Richard A. Epstein and Thomas Brown

Updating the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Orin Kerr

Choice or Consequences: Protecting Privacy in Commercial Information Timothy Muris and J. Howard Beales

Privacy, Surveillance, and Law Richard A. Posner

Data Mining and Internet Profiling: Emerging Regulatory and Technological Approaches Ira S. Rubenstein, Ronald D. Lee, and Paul M. Schwartz

Reviving Telecommunications Surveillance Law Paul M. Schwartz

Data Mining and the Fourth Amendment Chris Slobogin

Data Mining and the Security-Liberty Debate Daniel Solove

Privacy Versus Antidiscrimination Lior Strahilevitz


The Reconstruction Congress David P. Currie


Reducing Fraud against the Government: Using FOIA Disclosures in Qui Tam Litigation Eric M. Fraser

Big Boys and Chinese Walls Daniel M. Sullivan

Book Review

Economics as Context for Contract Law

Framing Contract Law: An Economic Perspective

Victor Goldberg George S. Geis

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