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Volume 68 Issue 3 of the Law Review Available on the Library Repository

Lisa Peters  /  Monday, July 9, 2018  /  Categories: Just in Case  /  Rate this article:
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The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the library’s repository. Volume 68 Issue 3 includes tributes to Professor Paul Giannelli and well as an article by Professor Giannelli on Daubert:

Tributes to Professor Paul Giannelli
by Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf
by Michael Benza
by Brandon L. Garrett
by Francis A. Gilligan
by Karen Nelson Moore
by Erin Murphy
by Dale Nance
by Edward J. Imwinkelried
by D. Michael Risinger
by Barbara R. Snyder

Firearm-Mark Evidence: Looking Back and Looking Ahead
by David H. Kaye

A Legal Perspective on the Trials and Tribulations of AI: How Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, Smart Contracts, and Other Technologies Will Affect the Law
by Irian Giuffrida, Fredric Lederer, and Nicolas Vermerys

Who Speaks for Neuroscience? Neuroimaging Evidence and Courtroom Expertise
by Jane Campbell Moriarty and Daniel D. Langleben

Paul Giannelli’s Scholarship of Measured Wisdom, Sophistication, and Significance, and a Man of Diligence, Humor, and Graciousness
by Robert P. Mosteller and Kenneth S. Brown

Trusting Courts with Arbitration Provisions
by Stephen E. Friedman

Forensic Science: Daubert’s Failure
by Paul C. Giannelli

Clearing the Judicial Fog: Codifying Abstention
by James Bedell

Testing Religion: Adjudicating Claims of Religious Persecution Brought by Iranians in the U.S. and Germany
by Holger Sonntag

All the volumes of the Canada-United States Law Journal, Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, Cases Western Reserve Law Review, Health-Matrix: The Journal of Law-Medicine, and the Journal of Law, Technology, & the Internet are available on the library's repository.

The law library's repository is open access. This means that anyone with access to the internet will have access to the full text of our student publications. So, if you know any alumni who were published in one of our journals, please let them know that they can share a link to their note, comment, or article. If you are published in one of our student journals, remember to add the link to your note, comment, or article on your resume, linkedin account, Facebook page, and other social media.

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