Harvard Law Review: Volume 127, Number 3 - January 2014

Harvard Law Review: Volume 127, Number 3 - January 2014

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The January 2014 issue (Volume 127, Number 3) includes the following articles and student contributions: * Article, qFor-Profit Public Enforcement, q by Margaret H. Lemos and Max Minzner * Book Review, qTechnological Determinism and Its Discontents, q by Christopher S. Yoo * Note, qMore than a Formality: The Case for Meaningful Substantive Reasonableness Reviewq * Note, qAppointing State Attorneys General: Evaluating the Unbundled State Executiveq * Note, qThe Devil Wears Trademark: How the Fashion Industry Has Expanded Trademark Doctrine to Its Detrimentq In addition, student case notes explore recent cases on misleading law school employment data, the First Amendment religious rights of for-profit corporations, regulation of nuclear energy, forensic search of laptops at the border, search of cellphone date incident to arrest, obscene or lewd student speech, and access to polling places for news-gathering purposes. Finally, the issue includes several summaries of Recent Publications. The issue is offered in a quality digital edition, featuring active Contents, linked notes, active URLs in notes, and proper ebook formatting. The contents of Number 3 include scholarly essays by leading academic figures, as well as substantial student research. The Review is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship. The organization is formally independent of the Harvard Law School; student editors make all editorial and organizational decisions.While law school reformers do emphasize the quality of the information provided to applicantsa€œ and the fact that this ... For instance, Professor Paul Campos criticizes a€œSpecial Snowflake Syndromea€a€œ: the idea that statistical facts do not apply because a€œI ... Optimism bias describes the belief that onea#39;s chances at success are better than average and that a catastrophic ... willingness of lenders a€” most notably the federal governmenta€œ a€” to advance law students the full cost of attendance.

Title:Harvard Law Review: Volume 127, Number 3 - January 2014
Author:Harvard Law Review
Publisher:Quid Pro Books - 2014-01-15


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