Volume 2010, No. 5

  Articles Breaking Bucks in Money Market Funds By William A. Birdthistle This Article argues that the Securities and Exchange Commission’s first and most significant response to the economic crisis increases rather than decreases the …

Volume 2011, No. 4

Tribute to Dean Emeritus Kenneth B. Davis, Jr., John A. Kidwell, & R. Alta Charo Articles Justice Stevens, Religion, and Civil Society By Gregory P. Magarian Did Justice John Paul Stevens, who retired from the Supreme Court …

Volume 2010, No. 6

  Articles The Rules and Standards of Patentable Subject Matter By Tun-Jen Chiang The general understanding of the rules-versus-standards debate is that it involves a trade off between administrative costs and error costs. A legal …

Volume 2011, No. 5

Articles The Properties of Instability: Markets, Predation, Racialized Geography, and Property Law By Audrey G. McFarlane A central, symbolic image supporting property ownership is the image of stability. This symbol motivates most because it allows …

Volume 2011, No. 6

Articles Moral Equilibrium: Stock Brokers and the Limits of Disclosure by Robert A. Prentice At this writing, the SEC is pursuing one of the charges given it by Congress in the Dodd-Frank Act by attempting …