California Law Review: CURRENT ISSUE
June 2014, Vol. 102, No. 3
ARTICLES

Indescendibility

03 Jul 2014 02:19am David Horton 

Human Rights Backsliding

03 Jul 2014 02:18am Andrew T. Guzman & Katerina Linos 
COMMENTS

An Ad Hoc Rationalization of Employer Wrongdoing: The Dangers of the After-Acquired Evidence Defense

03 Jul 2014 02:13am Joseph Spadola 

Drones and Jones: The Fourth Amendment and Police Discretion in the Digital Age

03 Jul 2014 02:11am Andrew B. Talai 
ESSAYS

Smooth and Bumpy Laws

03 Jul 2014 02:15am Adam J. Kolber 

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