Vol. 41 Nbr. 1, November - November 2013
- Strange bedfellows: how expanding the public safety exception to Miranda benefits counterterrorism suspects.
- From Moscow to Makhachkala: the people in between.
- Spatial terrorism.
- Detect, disrupt, and detain: local law enforcement's critical roles in combating homegrown extremism and the evolving terrorist threat.
- A fair trial: when the Constitution requires attorneys to investigate their clients' brains.
- The commercial sexual exploitation of minors, the First Amendment, and freedom: why backpage.com should be prevented from selling America's children for sex.
- The Recognition Act, anti-suit injunctions, the DJA, and much more fun: the story of the Chevron-Ecuador litigation and the resulting problems of aggressive multinational enforcement proceedings.
- Collateral damages: how the smartphone patent wars are changing the landscape of patent infringement damages calculations.