Prof. Margaret Hu’s Cybersurveillance Article Reviewed at Concurring Opinions

Earlier this month at the blog Concurring Opinions, Danielle Citron reviewed Washington and Lee law professor Margaret Hu’s article, Biometric ID Cybersurveillance, 88 Indiana L.J.__ (forthcoming 2013), available at SSRN.  Here is an excerpt of the review: Professor Margaret Hu’s important new article, “Biometric ID Cybersurveillance” (Indiana Law Journal), carefully and chillingly lays out federal and state government’s … Continue reading Prof. Margaret Hu’s Cybersurveillance Article Reviewed at Concurring Opinions

Timothy S. Jost: Oversight of Marketing Relationships Between Physicians and the Drug and Device Industry

Professor Timothy S. Jost recently had his article, Oversight of Marketing Relationships Between Physicians and the Drug and Device Industry: A Comparative Study, 36 Am. J. L. & Med. 326 (2010), published in the American Journal of Law & Medicine. In it, Professor Jost addresses the complex and mutually-dependent relationships that exist in the world between … Continue reading Timothy S. Jost: Oversight of Marketing Relationships Between Physicians and the Drug and Device Industry

Samuel W. Calhoun: “Partial-Birth Abortion” Is Not Abortion

Professor Samuel Calhoun's article, "Partial-Birth Abortion" Is Not Abortion: Carhart II's Fundamental Misapplication of Roe, 79 Miss. L. J. 775 (2010) was published over the summer in the Mississippi Law Journal. The piece is a critical assessment of the Supreme Court's classification of partial-birth abortion as an abortion. Professor Calhoun demonstrates that the partial-birth procedure in … Continue reading Samuel W. Calhoun: “Partial-Birth Abortion” Is Not Abortion