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Cornell Law Review, Volume 106, Issue 7

Please see below for a complete list of Vol. 106, Issue 7 authors and their scholarship. Thank you to our amazing authors and editors! Articles Renaming Deadly Force Scott A. Harman-Heath, J.D. University of Virginia, B.A. McGill University Three times a day in the United States, a police officer kills someone. On any given day,…

Feb 2022

Cornell Law Review, Volume 106, Issue 6

Thank you to our amazing authors for their outstanding collaboration and patience with us during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see below for a complete list of Vol. 106, Issue 6 authors and their scholarship. Articles Legal Corpus Linguistics and the Half-Empirical Attitude Anya Bernstein, Professor of Law, SUNY Buffalo Law School Corpus linguistics in linguistics…

Nov 2021

Cornell Law Review, Volume 106, Issue 5

Cornell Law Review is proud to announce Volume 106, Issue 5! Thank you to our amazing authors for their outstanding collaboration and patience with us during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see below for a complete list of Vol. 106, Issue 5 authors and their scholarship. Articles Law as a Battlefield: The U.S., China, and the…

Oct 2021

Cornell Law Review, Volume 106, Issue 4

Thank you to our amazing authors for their outstanding collaboration and patience with us during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see below for a complete list of Vol. 106, Issue 4 authors and their scholarship. Articles Civil Liberties in a Pandemic: The Lessons of History Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean and Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law,…

Oct 2021

New Publication: Volume 106, Issue 3

Articles The City’s Second Amendment Dave Fagundes, Baker Botts LLP Professor of Law, University of Houston Law Center Darrell A. H. Miller, Melvin G. Shimm Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law This Article addresses the question of the extent to which cities themselves have a right to bear arms. In addition to advancing…

Mar 2021

Cornell Law Review, Vol. 106, Issue 2

Cornell Law Review is proud to announce Vol. 106, Issue 2. Thank you to our amazing authors for their outstanding collaboration and patience with us during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see below for a complete list of Vol. 106, Issue 2 authors and their scholarship. ARTICLES The Evidence Rules That Convict the Innocent Jeffrey Bellin, Professor, William…

Mar 2021

Cornell Law Review, Volume 106, Issue 1

Cornell Law Review is proud to announce Vol. 106, Issue 1. Thank you to our amazing authors for their outstanding collaboration and patience with us during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see below for a complete list of Vol. 106, Issue 1 authors and their scholarship. Articles The Illusory Promise of Stakeholder Governance Lucian A. Bebchuk, James Barr…

Feb 2021

Cornell Law Review Volume 105, Issue 7

Cornell Law Review is proud to announce Vol. 105, Issue 7. Thank you to our amazing authors for their outstanding collaboration and patience with us during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see below for a complete list of Issue 7 authors and their scholarship. ARTICLES Constitutional Rights in the Machine-Learning State Aziz Z. Huq, Frank and…

Nov 2020

Online Symposium on Friday, 10/30—Women on the Front Lines: COVID & Beyond

On Friday, October 30, 2020, 11:00 AM EST to 1:00 PM EST, Cornell Law Review Online will host, Women on the Frontlines: COVID and Beyond, an online symposium that examines the political, economic, social, and legal status of women in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, political turmoil, and racial unrest. To attend the event, register here: https://bit.ly/375nJce….

Oct 2020

Cornell Law Review, Issue 6

Cornell Law Review is proud to announce Vol. 105, Issue 6. Thank you to our amazing authors for their outstanding collaboration and patience with us during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see below for a complete list of Issue 6 authors and their scholarship. ARTICLES Against Prosecutors I. Bennett Capers, Professor of Law and Director of the…

Oct 2020

Racial Reckoning With Economic Inequities

Lisa M. Fairfax,  Alexander Hamilton Professor of Business Law, George Washington University School of Law

Feb 2022

Toward a Law and Politics of Racial Solidarity

Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Class of 1950 Herman B. Wells Endowed Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Guy-Uriel Charles, Edward & Ellen Schwarzman Professor of Law, Co-Director, Center on Law, Race, and Politics, Duke Law School

Feb 2022

Do Reason-Based Abortion Bans Prevent Eugenics?

Sital Kalantry, Associate Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law

Oct 2021

COVID, Sex Discrimination, and Medical Research

Lori Andrews, J.D., is the Director of the Institute for Science, Law and Technology and Distinguished Professor of Law at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Bora Ndregjoni, third-year law student at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Apr 2021

Unequal Representation: Women in Clinical Research

Allison M. Whelan

Associate, Covington & Burling LLP, Washington D.C.; J.D., University of Minnesota Law School; M.A. Bioethics, University of Minnesota.  Special thanks to Professor Michele Goodwin and the editors of the Cornell Law Review.  The views expressed in this article are the author’s and do not represent those of any past, current, or future employer.

Apr 2021

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