Texas A&M University School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series

The Texas A&M University School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series focuses on interdisciplinary legal scholarship in all subject areas. The series includes works from the law school's faculty, students, and distinguished visitors. To receive the announcements about new papers from the series, please contact Prof. Peter Yu at peteryu@law.tamu.edu.

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20-01
The Lost Promise of Lambert v. California
Cynthia Alkon

20-02
When Pipelines Cross Indigenous Lands in the Americas
Guillermo J. Garcia Sanchez

20-03
A Tale of Two Copyrights
Glynn S. Lunney, Jr

20-04
Righting the Ship: What Courts Are Still Getting Wrong About Electronic Discovery
Tanya Pierce

20-05
Boynton v. Virginia and the Anxieties of the Modern African-American Customer
Amber Baylor

20-06
Repealing the Statute of Wizarding Secrecy in Legal Education
Mark Edwin Burge

20-07
The Status of the UN Watercourses Convention: Does it Still Hold Water?
Gabriel Eckstein

20-08
Why Protect Unauthorized Workers? Imperfect Proxies, Unaccountable Employers, and Antidiscrimination Law's Failures
Angela D. Morrison

20-09
Visible Policing: Technology, Transparency, & Democratic Control
Hannah Bloch-Wehba

20-10
Data Autonomy
William J. Magnuson, and Cesare Fracassi (Univ. of Texas at Austin)

20-11
Griffin v. Illinois: Justice Independent of Wealth?
Neil L. Sobol

20-12
Beyond Transparency and Accountability: Three Additional Features Algorithm Designers Should Build into Intelligent Platforms
Peter K. Yu

20-13
The Judicial Admissions Exception to the Statute of Frauds: A Curiously Gradual Exception
Wayne Barnes

20-14
The Law Professor Pipeline
Milan Markovic

20-15
Boilerplate: What Consumers Actually Think About It
Franklin G. Snyder, and Ann M. Mirabito (Baylor)

20-16
From Struggle to Surge: China's TRIPS Experience and Its Lessons for Access to Medicines
Peter K. Yu

20-17
Have Problem Solving Courts Changed the Practice of Law?
Cynthia Alkon

20-18
Global Platform Governance: Private Power in the Shadow of the State
Hannah Bloch-Wehba

20-19
What Can Islamic Law Practice Tell Us About the Peaceful Resolution of International Disputes
Charlotte Ku

20-20
Artificial Intelligence, the Law-Machine Interface, and Fair Use Automation
Peter K. Yu

20-21
Design Justice in Municipal Criminal Regulation
Amber Baylor

20-22
The Path towards Groundwater Management in the Borderlands of Mexico and Texas
Gabriel Eckstein and Rosario Sanchez

20-23
Beyond Algorithms: Toward a Normative Theory of Automated Regulation
Felix Mormann

20-24
Modalities, Challenges and Possibilities: An Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Innovation Symposium
Peter K. Yu