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Vol. 51, No. 5, June 2018

Articles

Guns N’ Ganja: How Federalism Criminalizes the Lawful Use of Marijuana 

Announcing the “Clean Hands” Doctrine 

Against Nonmarital Exceptionalism 

From Idealists to Hired Guns? An Empirical Analysis of “Public Interest Drift” in Law School 

Supreme Irrelevance: The Court’s Abdication in Criminal Procedure Jurisprudence 

Protecting LLC Owners While Preserving LLC Flexibility 

Incapacitating Motherhood 

Public Choice Theory, the Constitution, and Public Understanding of the Copyright System 

Essays

Neuroscience, Artificial Intelligence, CRISPR — and Dogs and Cats 

Denying Trademark for Scandalous Speech 

Online

Crossing the Thin Blue Line: Protecting Law Enforcement Officers Who Blow the Whistle 

More Ways to Protect LLC Owners and Preserve LLC Flexibility 

Three Types of Structural Discrimination Introduced by Autonomous Vehicles 

“Dishonest Search Disruption”: Taking Deceptive-Pricing Tactics Seriously 

The Ten Parts of “Illegal” in “Illegal Immigration” That I Do Not Understand 

The Progressive Prosecutor’s Handbook 

The Colors of Cannabis: Reflections on the Racial Justice Implications of California’s Proposition 64 

Follow-up to the author's The Colors of Cannabis: Race and Marijuana, printed in December 2016

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