Erik Luna, States Shouldn’t Shirk Responsibility to Indigent Defendents, The National Law Journal, March 29, 2010; available at National Law Journal
Mark A. Drumbl, Prosecution of Genocide v. the Fair Trade Principle: Comments on Brown and others v. the Government of Rwanda and the U.K. Secretary of State for the Home Department, J. Int’l Crim Just. 2010; available at Oxford Journal.
Joshua Fairfield, The End of the (Virtual) World, 112 West Virginia Law Review 53 (2009); available at Westlaw
A.Benjamin Spencer, Iqbal and the Slide Toward Restrictive Procedure, 14 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 185 (2009).
A. Benjamin Spencer, The Restrictive Ethos in Civil Procedure, 78 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 353 (2010).
The Library at Washington and Lee Law School has become a signatory to the Durham Statement (read the statement at: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/publications/durhamstatement ) The statement signed by many law librarian deals with open access to legal scholarship.
Sean B. Seymore, Rethinking Novelty in Patent Law, 60 Duke L. J. (forthcoming).