Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:5 (March 2009)

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Stanford Law Review, Issue 61:5 (March 2009)


Jurisdiction’s Noble Lie

Frederic M. Bloom

The Injustice of Appearance

Deborah L. Rhode

Private Immigration Screening in the Workplace

Stephen Lee

The Law, Culture, and Economics of Fashion

C. Scott Hemphill & Jeannie Suk


The Piracy Paradox Revisited

Kal Raustiala & Christopher Sprigman


Remix and Cultural Production

C. Scott Hemphill & Jeannie Suk


Pleading Sovereign Immunity: The Doctrinal Underpinnings of Hans v. Louisiana and Ex Parte Young

Sina Kian

Who May Be Tried Under the Military Commissions Act of 2006?

Michael Montaño

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1 Response

  1. Johnny Sock says:

    Wow, the Hemphill-Suk article on copryight is embarrassing. How did this get past the editors (I know, don’t answer). It’s not just that neither has anything interesting to say, but that they clearly don’t understand copyright law. This is what happens when faculty members just tell their RAs to get them some cites and get placements based on their positions. This would never survive blind review and I’m embarrassed for SLR, which I though involved faculty at least a little. Terry Fisher and Yochai Benkler must be biting their tongues at HLS at Suk.