Category Archives: Volume 42

A Defense of Physicians’ Gatekeeping Role: Balancing Patients’ Needs with Society’s Interests

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Article by: Jessica Mantel 42 PEPP. L. REV. 633 (2015) Although scholars and policymakers increasingly accept the need to ration health care, physicians doing so at the bedside remains controversial. Underling this debate is how to characterize the duty of...

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The Zombie Lawyer Apocalypse

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Article by: Peter H. Huang & Corie Rosen Felder 42 PEPP. L. REV. 727 (2015) This Article uses a popular cultural framework to address the near-epidemic levels of depression, decision-making errors, and professional dissatisfaction that studies have documented are prevalent...

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Small Data Surveillance v. Big Data Cybersurveillance

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Article by: Margaret Hu 42 PEPP. L. REV. 773 (2015) This Article highlights some of the critical distinctions between small data surveillance and big data cybersurveillance as methods of intelligence gathering. Specifically, in the intelligence context, it appears that “collect-it-all”...

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The IPO Crisis: Title I of the JOBS Act and Why It Does Not Go Far Enough

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Article by: Brian Howaniec 42 PEPP. L. REV. 845 (2015) Financial legislation is a constant balancing act between economic growth and investor protection. That balancing act took center stage when President Obama—as well as legislators from both parties—celebrated the relaxation...

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AUMF Panel Transcript

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Article by: Rosa Brooks & Benjamin Wittes 42 PEPP. L. REV. 607 (2015) Ben Wittes is a senior fellow of governance studies at the Brookings Institution. Rosa is a professor at Georgetown Law Center, where she teaches courses on international...

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International Humanitarian Law Divergence

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Article by: Lesley Wexler 42 PEPP. L. REV. 549 (2015) International Humanitarian Law (IHL) influences U.S. national security policy in many ways. Most obviously, the United States may voluntarily accept constraints by ratifying a treaty, implementing necessary changes, and abiding...

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