Law Review Current Journal

Volume 54, Book 1

Adam H. Rosenzweig - BEPS: Endgame

Teyah S. Giannetta, Audrey L. Cerfoglio, & Monica K. Miller - Eliminating Bias in the Courtroom? A Content Analysis of Judges' Opinions Regarding Implicit Bias Training

Shannon C. Benson - Principle of Proportionality - State v. Booker: Tennessee's Delicate Entrance into the Miller Movement for Furthering Juvenile Justice

Nicholas S. Barnhart - Home Is Where the Carbon Is: Using the Tax Code to Reduce Carbon Emissions in the Residential Sectore

Bradford P. Anderson - The Homeowner Association: A Descent Into Dante's Inferno Palliated By A Summons To Improve The Hate-Hate Relationship Through Transparent Disclosures

Phillip B. Ruston - Protecting the Middle Claiborne Aquifer and Other Interstate Groundwaters Through Interstate Compact

Volume 52, Book 1

Beth A. Brennan, Explicit Instruction in Legal Education: Boon or Spoon?

Alyson M. Drake, Building on CREAC: Reimagining the Research Log as a Tool for Legal Analysis

M. Akram Faizer, Revitalizing American Democracy through Education Reform

Fernando Mendoza Lopez and Joni Hersch, Socioeconomic Policies in Public Procurement: What Should We Be Asking of Public Procurement Systems?

Carol R. Goforth, SEC v. Telegram: A Global Message

Nicole Blanchard, From Stigma to Treatment: The HIV/AIDS Epidemic and the Opioid Epidemic

Volume 52, Book 2

Roy E. Brownell II, The Executive Branch’s Longstanding Embrace of Legislative Succession to the Presidency

Kimberly Thomas, Reconsidering Ross: The Interplay of AEDPA, Criminal Appeals, and the Right to Counsel

Emma Kent, A “Right” to Access to Literacy: Due Process & Justifying Compylsory Education

Isabella Goza, The ART of Calculating Damages for Negligence

Michael Southard, Plane Crashes, Parachutes, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Paden Hemphill, The Suicide Rule––Cotten v. Wilson: Tennessee’s Incremental Progress Away from a Stubborn Exculpatory Tradition

Volume 51, Book 1

Paul J. Krog, TWB Architects, Inc. v. Braxton, L.L.C.: The Unchanging Rule for Plaintiffs' Summary Judgment Motions 

William B. Barker, Tax Law's imperium: Income Tax Law's Role in Society

Paul Stephan, Nothing to Say for the FAA: Why Arbitration Does Not Offer Unparalleled and Mutual Benefits

Alvin Padilla-Babilonia, Time and Constraint: Executive Sunset and Executive Sunrise Rules

R. George Wright, Civil Disobedience Today: Some Basic Problems and Possibilities

Katelyn Dagen, Forming a Better IDEA of Progress: Goals for Similarly Situated Students with IEPs

Dairanetta S. Spain, Access Denied: Banning the Monetization of Student-Athlete Biometric Data in College Sports

Volume 51, Book 2

Seth Victor, War Powers and Congressional Acquiescence

William C. Heffernan, Reassessing the Constitutional Past: Judicial Alteration of Rights and Powers Through Interpretation of the Unaltered Text

Mary Clark, Greedy Giving, Bad for Business: Examining Problems with Arbitrary Standards in Appraising Conservation Easements

Renee Ambrosek Graves, “Deleting” Family Units: The Need to Codify the Flores Settlement Agreement

Volume 51, Book 3

Bernard James, Restorative Justice Liability: School Discipline Reform and the Right to Safe Schools

Ben Blackmon, Complicated Confirmations: Why Congress Must Amend the Federal Vacancies Reform Act to Simplify the Senate Confirmation Process

Rachel Jackson, The Aftermath of an Epic Decision: Redefining the Imposition of Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Under the National Labor Relations Act

Holden Branscum, Enforceability of Exculpatory Clauses: Judicial Declarations of Public Policy as a Means to Promote Freedom of Contract in Tennessee

Volume 51, Book 4

Melissa Ballengee Alexander, Distributive Justice and Racial Health Equity: What COVID-19 Teaches About Medicare’s Blanket Priority for Americans of Advanced Age

Jennifer A. Brobst, Open and Unashamed in an Era of Consumer Protection: Unconscionable Hospital Billing Practices and the Chargemaster Racket

Benjamin Hayes, Cats at the Christening: Bundled Rebates, Doctrinal Blind Spots, and the Risks of Antitrust Under-Enforcement in the Biologic Pharmaceutical Market

Samuel Macomber, The Right to Medication-Assisted Treatment in Jails and Prisons

Haley Moss, “I’m Tired of Waiting”: Diagnosing Accessibility Issues and Inequality for Patients with Disabilities within the American Healthcare System

Riyad A. Omar, Incentivizing Access Barriers: the Unintended Consequences of Using Predicated Costs to Measure Medical Needs

Barry Solaiman, Addressing Access with Artificial Intelligence: Overcoming the Limitations of Deep Learning to Broaden Remote Care Today