Is That a Kielbasa in Your Pocket? Applying a Hybrid Standard to the Federal Bank Robbery Act when Bank Robbers Wield Objects as Weapons During a Bank Robbery

65 Am. U. L. Rev. 1497 (2016) *Senior Staff Member, American University Law Review, Volume 66; J.D….

By Cory A. Hutchens*

They[’ve] Got Eyes in the Sky: How the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Governs Body Camera Use in Public Schools

65 Am. U. L. Rev. 1533 (2016) *Note & Comment Editor, American University Law Review, Volume 66; J.D….

By Sarah Pierce West*

Impermissive Counterclaims: Why Nonresident Plaintiffs Can Contest Personal Jurisdiction in Unrelated Countersuits

65 Am. U. L. Rev. 641 (2016)  *Junior Staff Member, American University Law Review, Volume 65; J.D….

By Jon D. Bressler*

Sweat Makes the Green Grass Grow: The Precarious Future of Qatar’s Migrant Workers in the Run Up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Under The Kafala System and Recommendations for Effective Reform

65 Am. U. L. Rev. 721 (2016) *Junior Staff Member, American University Law Review, Volume 65; J.D….

By Paula Renkiewicz*

How Dramatic Shifts in Perceptions of Parenting Have Exposed Families, Free-Range or Otherwise, to State Intervention: A Common Law Tort Approach to Redefining Child Neglect

By David Manno | 65 Am. U. L. Rev. 675 (2016)  *Junior Staff Member, American University Law…

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The Halfway Point Between Barbary Coast and Shangri-La: Extraterritoriality and the Viability of the Economic Reality Method Post-Parkcentral Global Hub Ltd. v. Porsche Automobile Holdings SE

65 Am. U. L. Rev. 435 (2015) *Senior Staff Member, American University Law Review, Volume 65; J.D. Candidate,…

By Kaitlin A. Bruno*

The Road to Prison is Paved with Bad Evaluations: The Case for Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans

65 Am. U. L. Rev.  471 (2015) *Editor-in-Chief, American University Law Review, Volume 65; J.D. candidate, 2016, American…

By Stephanie M. Poucher*

The Harms of the Benefit Corporation

65 Am. U. L. Rev. 151 (2015) *Associate Articles Editor, American University Law Review, Volume 65; J.D. Candidate,…

By Kennan Khatib*

If the Question is Chocolate-Related, the Answer is Always Yes: Why Doe v. Nestle Reopens the Door for Corporate Liability of U.S. Corporations Under the Alien Torts Statute

65 Am. U. L. Rev. 191 (2015) *Associate Managing Editor, American University Law Review, Volume 65; J.D. Candidate,…

By Amanda A. Humphreville*

A Spoof of Justice: Double Jeopardy Implications for Convictions of Both Spoofing and Commodities Fraud for the Same Transaction

By Abram Olchyk | 65 Am. U. L. Rev. 239 (2015) *Senior Staff Member, American University Law Review, Volume 65;…

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