Ari Herbert* There are two new ridesharing apps entering the market: See Jane Go[1] and SafeHer.[2] No, they are not meant for Toni and Candace, the proprietors of the fictional feminist bookstore Women and Women ...

Karima Tawfik* Introduction On June 17, 2015, under the instructions of Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations (U.N.) reviewed its peace operations and submitted its findings to member states. The ...

Alexander S. Birkhold* Concerns about the reliability of criminal justice systems in foreign countries have resulted in uneven treatment of foreign convictions in U.S. courts.[1] Federal courts, however, have ...

Erik Encarnacion* Brothers Henry McCollum and Leon Brown were tried and convicted for the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl. McCollum faced the death penalty, Brown life incarceration. Roughly thirty years ...

David M. Shapiro* Prisoners’ rights lawyers have long faced a dismal legal landscape. Yet, 2015 was a remarkable year for prison litigation that could signal a new period for this area of law—the Supreme ...

Gil Seinfeld* Everyone has strong feelings about Justice Scalia. Lionized by the political right and demonized by the left, he has been among the most polarizing figures in American public life over the course of ...

Allison Anna Tait* Once, the notion that husbands and wives were equal partners in marriage seemed outlandish and unnatural. Today, the marriage narrative has been reversed and the prevailing attitude is that ...

Leah M. Litman* Johnson v. United States held that the “residual clause” of the Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA) is unconstitutionally vague.[1] Since Johnson was decided six months ago, courts have been sorting ...

Michael A. Carrier* The case of O’Bannon v. NCAA[1] has received significant attention. On behalf of a class of student-athletes, former college basketball star Ed O’Bannon sued the NCAA, challenging rules that ...

Christopher J. Walker* We now live in a regulatory world, where the bulk of federal lawmaking takes place at the bureaucratic level. Gone are the days when statutes and common law predominated. Instead, federal ...