Forthcoming Articles

As of April 3, 2014

SciTech Corner     
  • Jonathan J. Koehler, Forensic Fallacies and a Famous Judge  
  • Jonathan M. Barnett, From Patent Thickets to Patent Networks: The Legal Infrastructure of the Digital Economy
  • Jason A. Cairns & Jonathan J. Koehler, Cruel and Unusual Punishments: A Comparison of Public and Judicial Opinion
  • Hana Oh Chen, Combating Baseless Patent Suits: Rule 11 Sanctions with Technology-Specific Application
  • Juscelino F. Colares and Kosta Ristovski, Mapping the Structure of Climate Change-Related Litigation: Can Litigation Pressure Alter Major Emitters' Distaste for Federal Carbon Legislation?
  • Gary Edmond & Joëlle Vuille, Comparing the Use of Forensic Science Evidence in Australia, Switzerland and the United States: Transcending the Adversarial-Nonadversarial Dichotomy
Notes & Comments
  • Cassie Cox, Protecting Victims of Cyberstalking, Cyberharassment, and Online Impersonation Through Prosecutions and Effective Laws
  • Lauren A. Ferrigni, The Use of Nanotechnology within the Solar Industry: A Sustainability Perspective
  • Jonathan McMichael, Producing Valuable Patents: The USPTO’s Missed Opportunity in Biotechnology
  • Kellie Nelson, With a Life on the Line, Emerging Technologies Can Contribute in the Determination of Intellectual Disability in Capital Sentencing
  • M. Chance Peterson, The Sancho Effect
  • Lauren Stewart, The Helpfulness of Copyright Misuse in DMCA Circumvention
Book Reviews
  • The Techno-Human Shell: A Jump in the Evolutionary Gap by Joseph Carvalko. Reviewed by Ellen McGee 
  • The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime by Judith Flanders. Reviewed by Jon M. Sands
  • Thirteen Ways to Steal a Bicycle by Stuart P. Green. Reviewed by Jon M. Sands