California Law Review: CURRENT ISSUE
December 2010, Vol. 98, No. 6

Reunifying Privacy Law

12 Feb 2011 03:25pm Lior Jacob Strahilevitz 

Privacy—An Endless Debate?

12 Feb 2011 03:23pm Spiros Simitis 

Prosser’s Privacy Law: A Mixed Legacy

12 Feb 2011 03:19pm Neil M. Richards, Daniel J. Solove 

Beyond Privacy, Beyond Rights— Toward a “Systems” Theory of Information Governance

12 Feb 2011 03:18pm Viktor Mayer-Schönberger 

Mainstreaming Privacy Torts

12 Feb 2011 03:15pm Danielle Keats Citron 

Protecting Privacy in Health Research: The Limits of Individual Choice

12 Feb 2011 03:13pm Fred H. Cate 

Prosser’s Privacy and the German Right of Personality: Are Four Privacy Torts Better than One Unitary Concept?

12 Feb 2011 03:08pm Paul M. Schwartz, Karl-Nikolaus Peifer 

Privacy Torts: Unreliable Remedies for LGBT Plaintiffs

12 Feb 2011 03:03pm Anita L. Allen 

Sex Offender Civil Commitment: The Treatment Paradox

16 Feb 2011 10:06am Jeslyn A. Miller 

Cracks in the Foundation of Federal Law: Ameliorating the Ongoing Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis Through Broader Predatory Lending Relief and Deterrence

12 Feb 2011 03:29pm Katherine M. Lehe 

Our Unsettled Ninth Amendment: An Essay on Unenumerated Rights and the Impossibility of Textualism

12 Feb 2011 03:31pm Louis Michael Seidman 

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