The Review

April 2014, Vol. 114, No. 3

Responsibility for Regime Change

By:  Jay Butler

 

What obligations does a state have after it forcibly overthrows the regime of another state or territory? The Hague Regulations and the Fourth Geneva Convention provide some answers, but their prohibition on interfering with the governing structure of ...READ MORE

The FTC and the New Common Law of Privacy

By:  Daniel J. Solove & Woodrow Hartzog

 

One of the great ironies about information privacy law is that the primary regulation of privacy in the United States has barely been studied in a scholarly way. Since the late 1990s, the Federal ...READ MORE

Contracting Around Citizens United

By:  Ganesh Sitaraman

 

The Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. FEC is widely considered a major roadblock for campaign finance reform, and particularly for limiting third party spending in federal elections. In response to the decision, commentators, scholars, and activists have ...READ MORE

 

Red Flags in Federal Quarantine: The Questionable Constitutionality of Federal Quarantine After NFIB v. Sebelius

By:  Arjun K. Jaikumar

 

The Public Health Service Act (PHSA), codified at 42 U.S.C. §§ 201–300, confers federal authority to institute medical quarantine and isolation measures in response to outbreaks of specific infectious diseases. Congress’s authority to pass the PHSA is ...READ MORE

Judges Behind Bars: The Intrusiveness Requirement’s Restriction on the Implementation of Relief Under the Prison Litigation Reform Act

By:  Kiira J. Johal

 

Since its enactment, the Prison Litigation Reform Act of 1996 (PLRA) has obstructed prisoners from bringing suit in federal court. In the relatively uncommon cases where prison lawsuits do succeed under the PLRA, the statute authorizes courts ...READ MORE

Announcements

Columbia Law Review Notes Selected for Publication

Please join the Columbia Law Review in congratulating the following student authors on their selection for publication in the 114th volume of the Review: ... Read More

Announcing Columbia Law Review’s 2014–2015 Administrative Board

Congratulations to the Review’s new leadership! ... Read More