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Submissions from 2020

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Crisis? Whose Crisis?, Jack Beermann

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A New Compact for Sexual Privacy, Danielle K. Citron

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Cyber Mobs, Disinformation, and Death Videos: The Internet As It Is (And As It Should Be), Danielle K. Citron

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The Automated Administrative State: A Crisis of Legitimacy, Danielle K. Citron and Ryan Calo

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The Internet as a Speech Machine and Other Myths Confounding Section 230 Reform, Danielle K. Citron and Mary Anne Franks

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The Elastic Meaning(s) of Human Trafficking, Julie Dahlstrom

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Fair Use in Oracle: Proximate Cause at the Copyright/Patent Divide, Wendy J. Gordon

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Mr. Gorsuch, Meet Mr. Marshall: A Private-Law Framework for the Public-Law Puzzle of Subdelegation, Gary Lawson

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Bigotry, Civility, and Reinvigorating Civic Education: Government's Formative Task Amidst Polarization, Linda McClain

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Palmore v. Sidoti: The Troubling Effects of "Private Biases", Linda McClain

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Developmental Justice and the Voting Age, Katharine Silbaugh

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Federal Rules of Platform Procedure, Rory Van Loo

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The New Gatekeepers: Private Firms as Public Enforcers, Rory Van Loo

Submissions from 2019

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Automatic Reaction - What Happens to Workers at Firms that Automate?, James Bessen, Martin Goos, Anna Salomons, and Wiljan van den Berge

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Shocking Technology: What Happens When Firms Make Large IT Investments?, James Bessen and Cesare Righi

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Sexual Privacy, Danielle K. Citron

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Why Sexual Privacy Matters for Trust, Danielle K. Citron

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Deep Fakes: A Looming Challenge for Privacy, Democracy, and National Security, Danielle K. Citron and Robert Chesney

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When Law Frees Us to Speak, Danielle K. Citron and Jonathon Penney

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Diversity Drift, Jonathan P. Feingold

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Equal Protection Design Defects, Jonathan P. Feingold

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Hidden in Plain Sight: A More Compelling Case for Diversity, Jonathan P. Feingold

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SFFA v. Harvard: How Affirmative Action Myths Mask White Bonus, Jonathan P. Feingold

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The Unnecessary and Unfortunate Focus on “Animus,” “Bare Desire to Harm,” and “Bigotry” in Analyzing Opposition to Gay and Lesbian Rights, James Fleming

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Death of Copyright, Paul Gugliuzza