Vol. 38 Nbr. 5, October 2011
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- Symposium: Bob Dylan and the Law foreword.
- Dylan and the last love song of the American Left.
- Bob Dylan on Lenny Bruce: more of an outlaw than you ever were.
- Why the law needs music: revisiting NAACP v. Button through the songs of Bob Dylan.
- Bob Dylan's lawyers, a dark day in Luzerne County, and learning to take legal ethics seriously.
- The freewheelin' judiciary: a Bob Dylan anthology.
- Arrested development: Bob Dylan, held for questioning under suspicion of "autism".
- Tangled up in law: the jurisprudence of Bob Dylan.
- Life cycles of American legal history through Bob Dylan's eyes.
- "No older 'n seventeen": defending in Dylan country.
- When the law doesn't work.
- Dylan's judgment on judges: power and greed and corruptible seed seem to be all that there is.
- Funding port-related infrastructure and development: the current debate and proposed reform.