Digital Commons Update:
New postings since May 2013
Articles and Books
"Addressing the Harm of Total Surveillance: a Reply to Professor Neil Richards," by Danielle Citron, Lois K. Macht Research Professor of Law and David Gray, professor, was published in the Harvard Law Review Forum. These professors also co-authored "A Shattered Looking Glass: The Pitfalls and Potential of the Mosaic Theory of Fourth Amendment Privacy," which was published in the North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology.
“Regulation by Amicus: the Department of Labor’s Policy Making in the Courts,” by Deborah Eisenberg, professor and director of the Center for Dispute Resolution, was published in the Florida Law Review.
“Death of the Common Law: Judicial Abdication and Contributory Negligence in Maryland,” by Don Gifford, Edward M. Robertson Research Professor of Law was published in Maryland Law Review Endnotes.
"Revising the Common Rule: Prospects and Challenges" and "Moral Gridlock: Conceptual Barriers to no-Fault Compensation for Injured Research Subjects," by Leslie Meltzer Henry, professor, were published in the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.
"Health Claim Regulation of Probiotics in the USA and the EU: is there a middle way?," by Diane Hoffmann, professor and director of the Law and Health Care Program, was published in Beneficial Microbes. "Are Changes to the Common Rule Necessary to Address Evolving Areas of Research? A Case Study Focusing on the Human Microbiome Project" was published in the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.
“China’s New Copyright Law Reforms: A Comparative Analysis,” by Shruti Rana, professor, was accepted for publication in the Santa Clara Law Review. In addition, "Philanthropic Innovation and Creative Capitalism: A Historical and Comparative Perspective on Social Entrepreneurship" was published by the Alabama Law Review.
"Effective Clean Air Act Enforcement in the Face of Statute-of-Limitations and Successor Liability Barriers," by Paul Wierenga ’13, written while a student, was published in the Environmental Law Reporter.
Maryland Law Review, vol. 72, no. 3 is now available in the Digital Commons.
- “Fulfilling Government 2.0's Promise with Robust Privacy Protections” by Danielle Citron, Lois K. Macht Research Professor of Law
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