California Law Review: CURRENT ISSUE
October 2014, Vol. 102, No. 5

Citizens of Empire: Puerto Rico, Status, and Constitutional Change

01 Oct 2014 10:45pm Sam Erman 

Too Much Information: How Not to Think About Privacy and the Fourth Amendment

01 Oct 2014 12:00am David Alan Sklansky 

The Geography of Racial Stereotyping: Evidence and Implications for VRA Preclearance After Shelby County

01 Oct 2014 12:00am Christopher S. Elmendorf & Douglas M. Spencer 

Justice for Revenge Porn Victims: Legal Theories to Overcome Claims of Civil Immunity by Operators of Revenge Porn Websites

01 Oct 2014 12:00am Zak Franklin 

Equality with Exceptions? Recovering Lawrence’s Central Holding

01 Oct 2014 12:00am Anna K. Christensen 

Undoing Race? Reconciling Multiracial Identity with Equal Protection

01 Oct 2014 12:00am Lauren Sudeall Lucas 

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