Author: Emory Law Journal


Emory Law Journal, Vol. 60, Issue 2 (March 2011)

The 2010 Thrower Symposium: The New New Deal: From De-Regulation to Re-Regulation

Martha Albertson Fineman, The Vulnerable Subject and the Responsive State

Ani B. Satz, Overcoming Fragmentation in Disability and Health Law

Polly J. Price, Federalization of the Mosquito: Structural Innovation in the New Deal Administrative State

William J. Novak, Law and the Social Control of American Capitalism


Frank B. Cross & James F. Spriggs II, The Most Important (and Best) Supreme Court Opinions and Justices


Daniel Soleimani, The Difficulties with the Subpart F System of International Taxation: How the Schering-Plough Decision Indicates that the Status Quo Is Unclear and Unwise

Amy E. Jensen, When News Doesn’t Want to Be Free: Rethinking “Hot News” to Help Counter Free Riding on Newspaper Content Online


Emory Law Journal, Vol. 60, Issue 1 (October 2010)


Vol. 60, Issue 1 (October 2010)


Allan Erbsen, Impersonal Jurisdiction, 60 Emory L.J. 1 (2010)

David Zaring, A Lack of Resolution, 60 Emory L.J. 97 (2010)


Adam McDonell Moline, Nineteenth-Century Principles for Twenty-First-Century Pleading, 60 Emory L.J. 159 (2010)

Sarah Ilene Stein, Wake Up Fannie, I Think I Got Something to Say to You: Financing Community Land Trust Homebuyers Without Stripping Affordability Provisions, 60 Emory L.J. 209 (2010)


Emory Law Journal 58:4 (2009)


Emory Law Journal, 58:4 (2009)


Jonathan Remy Nash, The Majority That Wasn’t: Stare Decisis, Majority Rule, and the Mischief of Quorum Requirements, 58 EMORY L.J. 831 (2009)

Peter Lee, Contracting to Preserve Open Science: Consideration-Based Regulation in Patent Law, 58 EMORY L.J. 889 (2009)


Jennifer E. Fairbairn, Keeping Grable Slim: Federal Question Jurisdiction and the Centrality Test, 58 EMORY L.J. 977 (2009)

Michael P. Jungman, You’ve Got Libel: How the CAN-SPAM Act Delivers Defamation Liability to Spam-Fighters and Why the First Amendment Should Delete the Problem, 58 EMORY L.J. 1013 (2009)


Emory Law Journal 58:3 (2009)


Emory Law Journal, 58:3 (2009)


Frederick Mark Gedicks, An Originalist Defense of Substantive Due Process: Magna Carta, Higher-Law Constitutionalism, and the Fifth Amendment, 58 EMORY L.J. 585 (2009)


Jeremy Waldron, Can There Be a Democratic Jurisprudence?, 58 EMORY L.J. 675 (2009)

Marcel Kahan & Edward Rock, How To Prevent Hard Cases from Making Bad Law: Bear Stearns, Delaware, and the Strategic Use of Comity, 58 EMORY L.J. 713 (2009)


Margaret J. Kochuba, Public Health vs. Patient Rights: Reconciling Informed Consent with HPV Vaccination, 58 EMORY L.J. 761 (2009)

Sean Jessee, Fulfilling the Promise of the Medicaid Act: Why the Equal Access Clause Creates Privately Enforceable Rights, 58 EMORY L.J. 791 (2009)


Emory Law Journal 58:2 (2008)


Emory Law Journal, 58:2 (2008)

The 2008 Randolph W. Thrower Symposium — Legal Science: An Interdisciplinary Examination of the Use and Misuse of Science in the Law

Thomas O. McGarity, Corporate Accountability for Scientific Fraud: Ketek and the Perils of Aggressive Agency Preemption, 58 EMORY L.J. 287 (2008)

Katherine L. Gross & Gary G. Mittelbach, What Maintains the Integrity of Science: An Essay for Nonscientists, 58 EMORY L.J. 341 (2008)

Joni Hersch, Skin Color Discrimination and Immigrant Pay, 58 EMORY L.J. 357 (2008)

David E. Adelman, The Challenge of Abrupt Climate Change for U.S. Environmental Regulation, 58 EMORY L.J. 379 (2008)

Lisa Heinzerling, Thrower Keynote Address: The Role of Science in Massachusetts v. EPA, 58 EMORY L.J. 411 (2008)

William H. Schlesinger, An Ecologist’s Thoughts on Forests and Farms in a Cap-and-Trade System, 58 EMORY L.J. 423 (2008)

Julie A. Seaman, Black Boxes, 58 EMORY L.J. 427 (2008)

Erin Murphy, The Art in the Science of DNA: A Layperson’s Guide to the Subjectivity Inherent in Forensic DNA Typing, 58 EMORY L.J. 489 (2008)


John P. Figura, You’re in the Army Now: Borrowed Servants, Dual Servants, and Torts Committed by Contractors’ Employees in the Theaters of U.S. Military Operations, 58 EMORY L.J. 513 (2008)

Gabrielle Marie D’Adamo, Separatism in the Age of Public School Choice: A Constitutional Analysis, 58 EMORY L.J. 547 (2008)


Emory Law Journal 58:1 (2008)


Emory Law Journal, 58:1 (2008)

The Future of Law, Religion, and the Family: A 25th Anniversary Symposium Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Religion

Leah Ward Sears, Foreword: The Frontiers of Law, Religion, and Marriage, 58 EMORY L.J. 1 (2008)

Enola G. Aird, Toward a Renaissance for the African-American Family: Confronting the Lie of Black Inferiority, 58 EMORY L.J. 7 (2008)

Stephen L. Carter, Religion, Education, and the Primacy of the Family, 58 EMORY L.J. 23 (2008)

Don S. Browning, Modern Law and Christian Jurisprudence on Marriage and Family, 58 EMORY L.J. 31 (2008)

Margaret F. Brinig, Children’s Beliefs and Family Law, 58 EMORY L.J. 55 (2008)

Jean Bethke Elshtain, “There Oughta Be a Law”—Not Necessarily, 58 EMORY L.J. 71 (2008)

John Witte, Jr., Afterword: Exploring the Frontiers of Law, Religion, and Family Life, 58 EMORY L.J. 87 (2008)

Article & Essay

Alexandra B. Klass & Elizabeth J. Wilson, Climate Change and Carbon Sequestration: Assessing a Liability Regime for Long-Term Storage of Carbon Dioxide, 58 EMORY L.J. 103 (2008)

Mark A. Lemley & Bhaven Sampat, Is the Patent Office a Rubber Stamp?, 58 EMORY L.J. 181 (2008)


Michael L. Eber, When the Dissent Creates the Law: Cross-Cutting Majorities and the Prediction Model of Precedent, 58 EMORY L.J. 207 (2008)

Erin E. Patrick, Lose Weight or Lose Out: The Legality of State Medicaid Programs That Make Overweight Beneficiaries’ Receipt of Funds Contingent Upon Health Lifestyle Choices, 58 EMORY L.J. 249 (2008)


Emory Law Journal 57:6 (2008)


Emory Law Journal, 57:6 (2008)


Including tributes by Frank S. Alexander, David J. Bederman, Michael J. Broyde, William E. Butler, W. Cole Durham, Jr., Edward McGlynn Gaffney, Jr., Peter Hay, John T. Noonan, Jr., Boris Ossipian, Michael Perry, John Quigley, Yuri Senokosov, David Sun, Detlev F. Vagts, Tibor Varady, Lloyd W. Weinreb, John Witte, Jr., and Reinhard Zimmermann.


David A. Skeel, Jr., The Unbearable Lightness of Christian Legal Scholarship, 57 EMORY L.J. 1471 (2008).

John Witte, Jr., Prophets, Priests, and Kings: John Milton and the Reformation of Rights and Liberties in England, 57 EMORY L.J. 1527 (2008).


Eric R. Swibel, Churches and Campaign Intervention: Why the Tax Man is Right and How Congress Can Improve His Reputation, 57 EMORY L.J. 1605 (2008).


Emory Law Journal 57:5 (2008)


Emory Law Journal, 57:5 (2008)


Adam Benforado & Jon Hanson, Legal Academic Backlash: The Response of Legal Theorists to Situationist Insights, 57 EMORY L.J. 1087 (2008).

Janet Koven Levit, Bottom-Up Lawmaking Through a Pluralist Lens:The ICC Banking Commission and the Transnational Regulation of Letters of Credit, 57 EMORY L.J. 1147 (2008).


Frank B. Cross, Thomas A. Smith & Antonio Tomarchio, The Reagan Revolution in the Network of Law, 57 EMORY L.J. 1227 (2008).


Sarah Tope Reise, “Just Say No” to Pro-Drug and Alcohol Student Speech: The Constitutionality of School Prohibitions of Student Speech Promoting Drug and Alcohol Use, 57 EMORY L.J. 1259 (2008).

Andrea Vanina Arias, Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Swords and Armor: Regulating the Theft of Virtual Goods, 57 EMORY L.J. 1301 (2008).

Amber Leigh Bagley, An Era of Human Zoning: Banishing Sex Offenders from Communities Through Residence and Work Restrictions, 57 EMORY L.J. 1347 (2008).


Emory Law Journal 57:4 (2008)


Emory Law Journal, 57:4 (2008)


Thomas A. Piraino, Jr., The Antitrust Analysis of Joint Ventures after the Supreme Court’s Daugher Decision, 57 EMORY L.J. 735 (2008).

Frederick Tung, The New Death of Contract: Creeping Corporate Fiduciary Duties for Creditors, 57 EMORY L.J. 809 (2008).

DEBATE: Saving the World with Corporate Law?

Kent Greenfield, Proposition: Saving the World with Corporate Law, 57 EMORY L.J. 948 (2008).

D. Gordon Smith, Response: The Dystopian Potential of Corporate Law, 57 EMORY L.J. 985 (2008).


Jordon T. Stringer, Criminalizing Voter Suppression: The Necessity of Restoring Legitimacy in Federal Elections and Reversing Disillusionment in Minority Communities, 57 EMORY L.J. 1011 (2008).

Elisabeth Bassett, Reform Through Exposure, 57 EMORY L.J. 1049 (2008).


Emory Law Journal 57:3 (2008)


Emory Law Journal, 57:3 (2008)


Adam Benforado & Jon Hanson, Naive Cynicism: Maintaining False Perceptions in Policy Debates, 57 EMORY L.J. 499 (2008).

Thomas R. Lee, Glenn L. Christensen & Eric D. DeRosia, Trademarks, Consumer Psychology, and the Sophisticated Consumer, 57 EMORY L.J. 575 (2008).


Juhi Kaveeshvar, Kicking the Rock & the Hard Place to the Curb: An Alternative and Integrated Approach to Suicidal Students in Higher Education, 57 EMORY L.J. 651 (2008).

Carlissa R. Carson, The Military Commissions Act of 2006: How its Inability to Curb Abusive Interrogations Threatens the Future Treatment of Detainees and the United States Reputation, 57 EMORY L.J. 695 (2008).