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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