California Law Review: CURRENT ISSUE
June 2011, Vol. 99, No. 3

On the Meaning of Horizontal Agreements in Competition Law

13 Jun 2011 09:43pm Louis Kaplow 

Structuring a Sustainable Letters of Marque Regime: How Commissioning Privateers Can Defeat the Somali Pirates

13 Jun 2011 09:47pm Todd Emerson Hutchins 

People v. Robinson: Developments and Problems in the Use of “John Doe” DNA Arrest Warrants

13 Jun 2011 09:50pm Micah Sucherman 

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