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Submissions from 2017

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Court Transparency and the First Amendment, David S. Ardia

Submissions from 2016

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Brief for Amici Curiae Law Professors in Support of Petitioners, In re Jevic (Czyzewski v. Jevic Holding Corp.), Melissa B. Jacoby and Jonathan C. Lipson

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Publication of Government-Funded Research, Open Access, and the Public Interest, Julie Kimbrough and Laura N. Gasaway

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Yellow Flag Fever: Describing Negative Legal Precedent in Citators, Aaron S. Kirschenfeld

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Blurred Lines: Public School Reforms and the Privatization of Public Education, Erika K. Wilson

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The New School Segregation, Erika K. Wilson

Submissions from 2015

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Privacy and Court Records: An Empirical Study, David S. Ardia and Anne Klinefelter

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Gentrification and Urban Public School Reforms: The Interest Divergence Dilemma, Erika K. Wilson

Submissions from 2014

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The Promise and Perils of Massive Open Online Courses, Leslie Street and Sara Sampson

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Toward a Theory of Equitable Federated Regionalism in Public Education, Erika K. Wilson

Submissions from 2013

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Educational Fair Use Brief in Support of Georgia State University on Behalf of Amici Curiae Academic Authors and Legal Scholars, David Hansen, Peter Jazsi, Pamela Samuelson, Jason Schultz, and Rebecca Tushnet

Submissions from 2012

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The Ontological Function of the Patent Document, Andrew Chin

Submissions from 2011

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Gene Probes as Unpatentable Printed Matter, Andrew Chin

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Law Library Budgets in Hard Times, Taylor Fitchett, James Hambleton, Penny Hazelton, Anne Klinefelter, and Judith Wright

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A State Law Approach to Preserving Fair Use in Academic Libraries, David Hansen

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Protection of Traditional Knowledge: Trade Barriers and the Public Domain, David Hansen

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When to Research is to Reveal: The Growing Threat to Attorney and Client Confidentiality from Online Tracking, Anne Klinefelter

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Leveling Localism and Racial Inequality Through the No Child Left Behind Public Choice Provision, Erika K. Wilson

Submissions from 2010

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First Amendment Limits on Libraries’ Discretion to Manage Their Collections, Anne Klinefelter

Submissions from 2009

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On Abstraction and Equivalence in Software Patent Doctrine: A Reply to Bessen, Meurer and Klemens, Andrew Chin

Submissions from 2001

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Will the First Sale Doctrine Disappear?, Anne Klinefelter

Submissions from 2000

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States Begin to Adopt UCITA–Model Legislation for Licensing, Anne Klinefelter

Submissions from 1999

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Members’ Briefing: Licensing, Anne Klinefelter