Forthcoming Articles

As of  April 9, 2015  

SciTech Corner
  • John P. Karalis, Joshua W. Abbott, & Gary E. Marchant: Foresight through Hindsight: Applying Lessons from the Past to the Future of Law and Technology
Symposium—Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics
  • Gary E. Marchant: Governance of Emerging Technologies Symposium: A Foreword
  • Marc A. Saner & Gary E. Marchant: Proactive International Regulatory Cooperation for Governance of Emerging Technologies
  • Randy L. Dryer & S. Shane Stroud: Automatic License Plate Readers: An Effective Law Enforcement Tool or Big Brother’s Latest Instrument of Mass Surveillance? Some Suggestions for Legislative Action
  • Jeff Morris: A Case for the Commonplace: Locating Nanotechnology within Existing Regulatory Frameworks
  • Sofia Ranchordás: Innovation-Friendly Regulation: The Sunset of Regulation, the Sunrise of Innovation
  • Katherine Hanna: Old Laws, New Tricks: Drunk Driving and Autonomous Vehicles
  • David A. Hyman & David J. Franklyn: 

    Search Bias and the Limits of Antitrust: An Empirical Perspective 

    on Architecture and Labeling Remedies

  • Lars Noah, Growing Organs in the Lab: Tissue Engineers Confront Institutional "Immune" Responses
  • Ali Elliott, Death and Social Media Implications for the Young and Will-less
  • Kevin Khachatryan, Medical Device Regulation in the Information Age: A Mobile Health Perspective
  • Ashley Pearlstein, With Evidence of MAOA Deficiency Becoming a More Widely Accepted Indicator of Psychopathic Tendencies, Rehabilitation of Such Criminals Can Lead to a Decrease in Violent Crime
  • Racheal White Hawk, A New Formula for Tribal Internet Gaming

Book Review
  • Flawed Convictions: "Shaken Baby Syndrome" and the Inertia of Injustice by Deborah Tuerkheimer
    Reviewed by Jon M. Sands and Rachelle Jones-Rowe
  • Gruesome Spectacles: Botched Executions and America's Death Penalty by Austin Sarat
    Reviewed by Jon M. Sands and Dale Baich
Film Review
  • FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement directed by Regan Brashear
    Reviewed by Maxwell J. Mehlman