Vol. 48 (2018)
Beg, Borrow, or Steal: Ten Lessons Law Schools Can Learn from Other Educational Programs in Evaluating Their CurriculumsDebra Moss Curtis
Not "For God and Country": Atheist Military Chaplains and the Free Exercise ClauseAntony Barone Kolenc
Adhering to Professional Obligations: Amending ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.8(e) to Allow for Humanitarian Loans to Existing ClientsCristina D. Lockwood
A Case for Global Cooperation When Enforcing United States Antitrust and European Union Competition Laws Against Modern Technology CompaniesRobert Brewington
Green Efficiency at Its Finest: Shifting the Building Permit Process to Promote Sustainable BuildingsJoseph E. Gruber Jr.
Gaining Cyberspace "Sea Legs": A Proposal for a Judicial Cyber Education Program in District CourtsNicole A. Syzder
Revenue Recognition Rules for Bundled Sales in High Technology Undermine the Purpose of Section 10(B) of the Securities Exchange ActLatasha D. Terry