Volume 34, Issue 4 (Fall 2021)

Notes

Are You Qualified?
Luke Bittar

Prosecutorial Discretion During a Pandemic
Lawrence A. Brett

Voting on the Spectrum
Anna Butel

Machine Lawyering and Artificial Attorneys
Augustus Calabresi

Fouls Blows
Jordan Chemtob

The Pandemic of Intrusion
Elizabeth Choi

The Ethics of Addiction and Legal Partnership Agreements
Melinda C. Church

A Path to More Sustainable Corporations in the U.S.
Anna Colby

Gig Lawyers in the U.S. Economy
Carolyn M. Corcoran

Bad Vice, Bad Advice
Claire Creighton

Monopoly for Public Performances of Musical Works
Samantha Davis

Choice of Law in International Human Rights
Jacob J. Demree

Non-Legal Advice
Carolyn Exarhakis

Eroding Voting Rights
Rolland Giberson

Betwixt and Between
Rashaud J. Hannah

Regulating Restorative Justice
K. Hope Harriman

Zoom School of Law?
Kathryn Hobbis

A Patch with the Dev-il
Dawson Honey

The Roger Stone Affair
Jace Jenican

When Judicial Deference Erodes Liberty
Cynthia M. Karnezis

Serving at the Pleasure of the President
Rowdy Kowalik

Defense Attorneys at a Dead End
Andrew Lee

The English Roots of American Legal Regulation
Mark Lipnickey

Limits on International Environmental Violations
Courtney A. Neufeld

The Justice Gap
Natalia C. Ortiz

Bioethical Considerations of Right to Try
Neal K. Patel

Glory—Old, New, and Changing
Ben Phillips

Diversifying the Federal Judiciary and Why It Matters
Jay Prapaisilp

Arbitrating “Just Cause” for Employee Discipline
Alyson Raphael

Ethical Issues in Employment Arbitration
Kendra Robbins

Opportunity Zones: Whose Opportunity?
Hayley Roth

Thinking Outside of the Box
Kimberly Saltz

The Missing Link
Molly Sherwood

Changing the Discretionary Nature
Molly Sprick

Regulation of Data Localization
Kaitlyn Tsai

The Paper Chase
Zeqing Zheng

Volume 34, Issue 3 (Summer 2021)

Articles

To Err is Human, To Apologize is Hard: The Role of Apologies in Lawyer Discipline
Leslie C. Levin & Jennifer K. Robbennolt

Mind the Gap: Gender Pay Disparities in the Legal Academy
Christopher J. Ryan, Jr. & Meghan Dawe

Complicity and Lesser Evils: A Tale of Two Lawyers
David Luban

Response: Legal Ethics in Authoritarian Legality
Leora Bilsky & Natalie R. Davidson

Response: A Practitioner’s Perspective on Complicity and Lesser Evils
Erica Newland

Response: A Good and Virtuous Nature May Recoil: On Consorting with Evil to Do Good
Shannon Prince

Should We Stay or Should We Go: Lessons from the Trump Administration
Kathleen Clark

Volume 34, Issue 2 (Spring 2021)

Articles

Making Public Interest Lawyers in a Time of Crisis: An Evidence-Based Approach
Catherine Albiston, Scott L. Cummings, & Richard L. Abel

Ethics in Pandemics: The Lawyer for the (Crisis) Situation
Raymond H. Brescia

Catching Unfitness
Jon J. Lee

Excess Confidentiality: Must Bar Examiners Defy Administrative Law and Judicial Transparency?
Keith W. Rizzardi

Volume 34, Issue 1 (Winter 2021)

Articles

Teaching Conflicts of Interest
Emily Hughes

Selling Out: An Instrumentalist Theory of Legal Ethics
Keith N. Hylton

“To Be a Good Lawyer, One Has to Be a Healthy Lawyer”: Lawyer Well-Being, Discrimination, and Discretionary Systems of Discipline
Nicholas D. Lawson

Power-Conscious Professional Responsibility: Justice Black’s Unpublished Dissent and a Lost Alternative Approach to the Ethics of Cause Lawyering
Noah A. Rosenblum

Lawyer and Judicial Competency in the Era of Artificial Intelligence: Ethical Requirements for Documenting Datasets and Machine Learning Models
Mark L. Shope