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Cornell Law Review Volume 105, Issue 7

1 Nov 2020

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 Bernice J. Greenberg Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School. 

Presidential War Powers, The Take Care, and Article 2(4) of the U.N. Charter 

Brian Finucane. The author serves as an attorney-adviser at the U.S. Department of State. He prepared this Article in his personal capacity, and the views expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of State or the U.S. government. 

In Defense of Breakups: Administering a “Radical” Remedy 

Rory Van Loo, Associate Professor of Law, Boston University; Affiliated Fellow, Yale Law School Information Society Project  

NOTES

Too Much “Acting,” Not Enough Confirming: The Constitutional Imbalance Between the President and Senate Under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act 

Christopher D. Johnson, B.S., Northwestern University, 2014; Cornell Law School, J.D. Candidate, 2021

The Death of Retaliatory Arrest Claims: The Supreme Courts Attempt to Kill Retaliatory Arrest Claims in Nieves v. Bartlett

Michael G. Mills, B.A., Siena College, 2018; Cornell Law School, J.D. Candidate, 2021

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