Volume 108, Issue 6 (June 2020)

Introduction

Law and the Nation’s Health
Edwin Cameron

Articles

Gender Mistrust as a Public Health Crisis: A Preliminary Proposal
Helen M. Alvaré

Informed Consent and Medical Artificial Intelligence: What to Tell the Patient?
I. Glenn Cohen

The Affordable Care Act’s Litigation Decade
Abbe R. Gluck, Mark Regan & Erica Turret

Imagining Global Health with Justice: Transformative Ideas for Health and Well-Being While Leaving No One Behind
Lawrence O. Gostin & Eric A. Friedman

The Origins and Future of Global Health Law: Regulation, Security, and Pluralism
Sam F. Halabi

Surprise Medical Bills: How to Protect Patients and Make Care More Affordable
David A. Hyman, Benedic Ippolito & Charles Silver

Structural Inequality: The Real COVID-19 Threat to America’s Health and How Strengthening the Affordable Care Act Can Help
Dayna Bowen Matthew

Justice for Women and Society: The Case of Obstetric Fistula
Jennifer Prah Ruger, Kara Zhang & Esther Nivasch Turner

Notes

“Trust Me, I’m a Doctor”: Medical Malpractice as a Daubert-Free Zone
Monica Lynne Coscia

Volume 108, Issue 5 (May 2020)

Articles

Administrative National Security
Elena Chachko

Outside Advisers Inside Agencies
Brian D. Feinstein & Daniel J. Hemel

The Life of Administrative Democracy
Joshua Ulan Galperin

The Fast and the Usurious: Putting the Brakes on Auto Lending Abuses
Adam J. Levitin

Notes

Reefer Access: Dispensaries as “Places of Public Accommodation” Under Title III of the ADA
Chris Conrad

A Vessel for Discrimination: The Public Charge Standard of Inadmissibility and Deportation
Anna Shifrin Faber

Volume 108, Issue 4 (April 2020)

Articles

Is Algorithmic Affirmative Action Legal?
Jason R. Bent

Discrimination, Mandatory Arbitration, and Courts
Erik Encarnacion

Executive Override of Central Banks: A Comparison of the Legal Frameworks in the United States and the United Kingdom
Michael Salib & Christina Parajon Skinner

Gerrymandering Justiciability
Girardeau A. Spann

Notes

Lex Incognita No Longer: Making Foreign Law Less Foreign to Federal Courts
Alejandro J. García

Volume 108, Issue 3 (March 2020)

Articles

Affordable Care Act Entrenchment
Abbe R. Gluck & Thomas Scott-Railton

An Empirical Study of Political Control over Immigration Adjudication
Catherine Y. Kim & Amy Semet

Why the Ability-to-Repay Rule Is Vital to Financial Stability
Patricia A. McCoy & Susan M. Wachter

Vertical Stare Decisis and Three-Judge District Courts
Michael T. Morley

Notes

Judicial Power in the Laboratory: State Court Treatment of the One Good Plaintiff Rule
Chris Conrad

Volume 108, Issue 2 (January 2020)

Articles

Robot Ipsa Loquitur
Bryan Casey

Saving Justice: Why Sentencing Errors Fall Within the Savings Clause, 28 U.S.C. § 2255(e)
Brandon Hasbrouck

Personality Disruption as Mental Torture: The CIA, Interrogational Abuse, and the U.S. Torture Act
David Luban & Katherine S. Newell

Public Enforcement After Kokesh: Evidence from SEC Actions
Urska Velikonja

Notes

Vote Denial and Defense: A Strategic Enforcement Proposal for Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act
Hayden Johnson

Volume 108, Issue 1 (November 2019)

Articles

Faithful Execution: Where Administrative Law Meets the Constitution
Evan D. Bernick

It’s Good to Have the “Haves” on Your Side: A Defense of Repeat Players in Multidistrict Litigation
Andrew D. Bradt & D. Theodore Rave

Recordings as Heckling
Scott Skinner-Thompson

Notes

Weakness in Numbers: The Risks Investors’ Bounded Rationality and Cognitive Biases Pose to the U.S. Securities Crowdfunding Market
Tessa Bell

Facially Exculpatory Yet Inherently Incriminating: Why Affirmative Defense Statements Should Qualify as Statements Against Penal Interest Under Rule 804(b)(3)
Timothy M. Pellegrino