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Engage Volume 14, Issue 3

October 2013
February 28, 2014

Administrative Law & Regulation

Free To Choose Medicine by Gregory Conko & Bartley J. Madden

 

Civil Rights

The Parade of Horribles Lives: Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration, and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessarby Gail Heriot

A Lady or a Tiger?: Thoughts on Fisher v. University of Texas and the Future of Race Preferences in America by Alison Schmauch Somin

 

Criminal Law & Procedure

Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Forfeiture Laws by Darpana M. Sheth

Maryland v. King: Possibly the Most Important Criminal Procedure Case in Decades An Exchange Between Greg Brower & Norman Reimer

 

Environmental Law & Property Rights

Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District and Its Implications for Takings Law by Brian T. Hodges

 

Free Speech & Election Law

Part II: Can States Require Proof of Citizenship for Voter Registration?: Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona by Anthony T. Caso

 

International & National Security Law

Clearing the Air: The Real Reason Why Drones are the Weapon of Choice in Counterterrorism and Why That Is a Good Thing for Civilians by Michael W. Lewis

 

Labor & Employment Law

Worker Centers: Charities or Labor Organizations Masquerading as Charities?—and the Impact of an IRS Determination on the Question by Heidi Abegg

 

Professional Responsibility & Legal Education

Are American Law Schools Failing?  An Exchange Between Brian Tamanaha & Harold See

 

Religious Liberties

In Whose Name We Pray: Restoring the Establishment Clause in Town of Greece v. Galloway by Kenneth A. Klukowski

 

Telecommunications & Electronic Media

Government Must Take Prompt, Decisive Action as Spectrum Deficit Looms for American Consumers by John M.R. Kneuer & Rachael M. Bender

The Cybersecurity Overreach: A Few Harsh Words About the President’s Cybersecurity Executive Order, Along with a Better Solution by Patricia Paoletta

 

Book Reviews

America the Vulnerable: Inside the New Threat Matrix of Digital Espionage, Crime, and Warfare by Joel Brenner  Reviewed by Hartman Young