Law Review Current Journal

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