Daniel Bahls, Esq., Community Legal Aid, Springfield, MA: Not Yet Titled
James Gordon, Professor of Law, Western New England University: Was First Justice Harlan Anti-Chinese?
Ashton Philips, Esq., Department of Labor: Bank-Created Money and Federal Deficit Spending: A Proposal for a New Paradigm in the Government-Spending Debate
Phyllis Smith, Professor of Law, Florida A&M University, College of Law: Taxes: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution to Diminishing Debt?
Chris Erchull: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW— The Dormant Commerce Clause: A Constitutional Barrier to Sustainable Agriculture and the Local Food Movement
Kelly Heuser: CRIMINAL PROCEDURE— Skirting the Warrant Clause: State v. Harris and the Special-Needs Exception
Kady Huff: SPENDING CLAUSE—Grave Deceptions: Remedying Rampant Cemetery Misfeasance through Congress' Spending Power in the Aftermath of Affordable Care Act Litigation
Joe Plukas: ENERGY LAW—Not Balancing Well Interests Well: How The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Mismanaged Oil and Gas Lease Policy in T.W. Phillips Gas & Oil Co. v. Jedlicka
Julie-Anne Stebbins: FAMILY LAW--The Rehabilitation Illusion: How Alimony Reform in Massachusetts Fails to Compensate for Caregiving
Matthew Charity, Professor of Law, Western New England University: Forward-- To Be Titled
Sudha Setty, Professor of Law, Western New England University: Targeted Killings and the Interest Convergence Dilemma
Francisco Valdes, Professor of Law, University of Miami School of Law: Critical Race Action: Queer Lessons and Seven Legacies from the One and Only Professor Bell
Geiza Vargas-Vargas, Professor of Law, Charleston School of Law: Latinas, Disrupting Racial Normativity in Derrick Bell’s The Space Traders