Cornell Law Review Volume 95 Issue 3

Liberating Copyright: Thinking Beyond Free Speech

Scholars have often turned to the First Amendment to limit the scope of ever-expanding copyright law.  This approach has mostly failed to convince courts that independent review is merited and has offered little to individuals engaged in personal rather than political or cultural expression.  In this Article, I consider the value of an alternative paradigm using the lens […]

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Off the Hook

Communications networks are the basic infrastructure of the digital age.  The future of news, business, interaction, entertainment, health care, education, and many other areas will be built on top of these platforms.  Network infrastructure is the dividing line between the old physical economy of scarcity and the new information economy of abundance.  The legal framework […]

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Invisible and Involuntary: Female Genital Mutilation as a Basis for Asylum

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Fraud on the Global Market: U.S. Courts Don’t Buy It; Subject-Matter Jurisdiction in F-Cubed Securities Class Actions

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