Recent Developments

Check our our new series: My Favorite Law Review Article! Each week, we will feature faculty members and students across the country discussing their favorite Law Review pieces. Interested in sending in a submission? Find the video instructions here.

Registration for American University Law Review Volume 71 Federal Circuit Symposium is now live! Registration is free but required. For more information about the event, including a Schedule of Events, please visit our Federal Circuit Symposium page.

Recent Articles

America’s Amoral Constitution

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 773 (2021).

By Richard Albert*

Illiberalism and Authoritarianism in the American States

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 829 (2021).

By James A. Gardner

Moderating Content Moderation: A Framework for Nonpartisanship in Online Governance

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 913 (2021).

By Edward Lee*

The Dichotomy Between Overcriminalization and Underregulation

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 1061 (2021).

By Ellen S. Podgor*

Rewarding Bad Behavior in Initial-Review Collateral Proceedings: Teague Says Yes, Due Process Says No

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 1125 (2021).

By Bethany Callahan*

Employing Smith to Prevent a Constitutional Right to Discriminate Based on Faith: Why the Supreme Court Should Affirm the Third Circuit in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 1165 (2021). 

By Margaret Smiley Chavez*

Protecting Genetic Identity with the Right of Publicity: Applying California’s Common Law Right of Publicity to Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 1217 (2021).

By Steven A. Fisher*

Taking a Broad View to Recognize a Narrow Right: How a Holistic Analysis of Literacy’s Role in American Society Demonstrates That it is a Fundamental Right

70 Am. U. L. Rev. F. 157 (2021).

By Alex Keiper*

“If Only We’re Brave Enough to Be It”: How Judges, Law Enforcement, and Legislators Can Be the Light Against #LWB Incidents

70 Am. U. L. Rev. F. 135 (2021).

By Hon. Zuberi B. Williams*

Strengthening American War Crimes Accountability

70 Am. U. L. Rev. 309 (2020).

By Geoffrey S. Corn & Rachel E. VanLandingham*