Vol. 117 No. 6

Constitutional Law
Note

SECOND-CLASS: HELLER, AGE, AND THE PRODIGAL AMENDMENT

Christopher M. Johnson

This Note examines the constitutionality of age-based handgun-purchase restrictions in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in District of Columbia v. Heller (Heller I). Part I explores Second Amendment jurisprudence since the Founding and provides an overview of current federal and state firearms restrictions. It also reviews current challenges in the courts to federal prohibitions on firearms purchases and possession by classes[...]

Data Economy
Article

PAYING FOR PRIVACY AND THE PERSONAL DATA ECONOMY

Stacy-Ann Elvy*

Growing demands for privacy and increases in the quantity and variety of consumer data have engendered various business offerings to allow companies, and in some instances consumers, to capitalize on these developments. One such example is the emerging “personal data economy” (PDE) in which companies, such as Datacoup, purchase data directly from individuals. At the opposite end of the spectrum, the “pay-for-privacy” (PFP) model requires[...]

Administrative Procedure
CLR Online

REGULATORY TRIAGE IN A VOLATILE POLITICAL ERA

Hannah J. Wiseman*

Introduction Policymakers and administrators periodically revise or jettison rules, enforcement priorities, and agency structures for a variety of reasons, from resource constraints to changes in administration. This is particularly the case when presidential administrations change, as evidenced, for example, by the transition from President Carter to President Reagan. As the current U.S. presidency undergoes one […]