Why Anti-Surcharge Laws do not Violate a Merchant’s Freedom of Speech

66 Am. U. L. Rev. 1459 (2017) *Senior Note & Comment Editor, American University Law Review, Volume 67;…

By Annie P. Anderson* 

Waste in Space: Remediating Space Debris Through the Doctrine of Abandonment and the Law of Capture

66 Am. U. L. Rev. 1495 (2017) *Articles Editor, American University Law Review, Volume 67; J.D. Candidate, May…

By Emily M. Nevala*

It’s Time to Stop Punting on College Athletes’ Rights: Implications of Columbia University on the Collective Bargaining Rights of College Athletes

66 Am. U. L. Rev. 1533 (2017) *Senior Staff Member, American University Law Review, Volume 67; J.D. Candidate,…

By Lucas Novaes*

Redefining Reality: Why Design Patent Protection Should Expand to the Virtual World

By John R. Boulé III

By John R. Boulé III*

Using Data Exclusivity Grants to Incentivize Cumulative Innovation of Biologics’ Manufacturing Processes

By Eric Lawrence Levi

By Eric Lawrence Levi*

Cloudy with a Chance of Abused Privacy Rights: Modifying Third-Party Fourth Amendment Standing Doctrine Post-Spokeo

By Sarah E. Pugh

By Sarah E. Pugh*

Fair for Whom? Why Debt-Collection Lawsuits in St. Louis Violate the Procedural Due Process Rights of Low-Income Communities

66 Am. U. L. Rev. 479 (2016).

By Aimee Constantineau*

The New FISA Court Amicus Should Be Able to Ignore Its Congressionally Imposed Duty

66 Am. U. L. Rev. 539 (2016).

By Ben Cook*

Building Bridges: Why Expanding Optional Practical Training Is a Valid Exercise of Agency Authority and How It Helps F-1 Students Transition to H-1B Worker Status

66 Am. U. L. Rev. 593 (2016).

By Pia Nitzschke*

The Battle over U.S. Water: Why the Clean Water Rule “Flows” Within the Bounds of Supreme Court Precedent

By Ashleigh Allione

By Ashleigh Allione*