Elon Law Review publishes two new editions
Volume 2, Issue 1 of the Elon Law Review explores "Emerging Frameworks for International Business Transactions." Issue 2 explores issues in contract interpretation, the foreign intelligence exception to the Fourth Amendment's warrant requirement, property rights, and judicial discretion in the application of domestic violence protective orders.
Details about both issues in Volume 2 are included below. All articles, notes and book reviews from these issues will be available for download through the Elon Law Review website in the coming weeks. Click here for information about subscriptions and back orders.
Editors of the Elon Law Review expect to publish Volume 3, Issue 1 in the coming weeks. It will be a symposium issue on “Engaged Learning in the Law.” Elon Law Professor and Director of the Center for Engaged Learning in the Law, Steve Friedland has been instrumental in the advance of this issue.
Volume 3, Issue 2, will be a symposium issue, following the Fall 2010 symposium, "Transparency, Secrecy, and the Internet: Striking a Balance Between the Ideals of Privacy and Accountability in the Digital Age.”
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ELON LAW STUDENTS: The Law Review will be holding its “write on” competition for new members after the conclusion of spring 2011 exams. There will be an information session about the competition on Tuesday, April 19 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Room 207. Any students who are interested in participating or would like further information may contact membership editor, Carrie Johnston ‘12.
Volume 2, Issue 1
Fall 2009 Symposium: EMERGING FRAMEWORKS FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Uniform Law and Functional Equivalence: Diverting Paths or Stops Along the Same Road? Thoughts on a New International Regime for Transport Documents
José Angelo Estrella Faria
The Uniform Law Commission and Cooperative Federalism: Implementing Private International Law Conventions Through Uniform State Laws
William H. Henning
Uniform Emissions Trading or Tax Schemes: Has the Genie Been (Finally) Let Out of the Bottle?
Cross-Border Secured Transactions: Ongoing Issues and Possible Solutions
Anjanette H. Raymond
Volume 2, Issue 2
Interpretive Risk and Contract Interpretation: A Suggested Approach for Maximizing Value
Juliet P. Kostritsky
Let’s Call a Duck a Duck: The Foreign Intelligence Exception from In re Directives Should be Restricted to Combating Global Terrorism
Assessments of Backlash: Evaluating the Response of the Property Rights Movement to Kelo v. City of New London
Abuse & Discretion: “Bullet-Proofing” North Carolina’s Domestic Violence Protective Order Statutes by Removing Judicial Discretion from Gun Removal Provisions
Kerri L. Sigler
Decoding the U.S. Corporate Tax by Daniel Shaviro