Volume 44 | Issue 4

Volume 44 Issue Four


Bartleby, The Scrivener: “A House Like Me”
George Dargo
Understanding CERCLA Through Webster’s New World Dictionary and State Common Law: Forestalling the Federalization of Property Law
Shelby D. Green
Disappearing Civil Liberties: The case of the Post-9/11 Fiction
Carla Spivack

Book Review

A Review of: The War on Terror and the Laws of War: A Military Perspective
Jeff Bovarnick


Street Children as Unaccompanied Minors with Specialized Needs: Deserving Recognition as a Particular Social Group
Martha Drane
Federal Courts Act as a Toll Booth to the Information Super Highway – Are Internet Restrictions Too High of a Price to Pay?
John L. Sullivan III


All the Vice President’s Men: How the Court in Wilson v. Libby Misinterpreted the Privacy Act and Denied a Remedy for the Illegal Disclosure of Valerie Plame Wilson’s Covert CIA Identity
Kristin I. Oickle
Embracing the Alternative: Cable Connection, Inc. v. DIRECTV, Inc. Puts the Alternative Back into Alternative Dispute Resolution
Rachel S. Portnoy