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A Most Undemocratic Practice: Felony Disenfranchisement and Its Effects on Communities of Color
Stephanie L. Williams
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A Chance to Stand: Why "Loss-of-Chance" Should Replace the "Certainly Impending" Frameworkfor Data Breach Cases
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Kinkos for Your Kidneys: A Legal Blueprint for the Regulation of Bioprinted Organs
Lauren M. Lentsch
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Loot Boxes: "It's a Trap!"
Rebecca E. McDonough
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What is a "Criminal Case" Within the Meaning of the Self-Incrimination Clause? So Far, theSupreme Court Has Pleaded the Fifth
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