Critical Race Theory and Empirical Methods Conference

CRITICAL RACE THEORY AND EMPIRICAL METHODS CONFERENCE

November 7, 2014
8 a.m.–4:20 p.m.

Reception immediately following

Fordham University School of Law
150 W. 62nd Street (Bateman Room, 2-01B)

October 2014 | Vol. 83, No. 1
Dedication

DES and a Proposed Theory of Enterprise Liability

by Naomi Sheiner
Articles

Contractualizing Custody

by Sarah Abramowicz

The Return of Noncongruent Equal Protection

by Brian Soucek
Essays

The Internet of Things: Building Trust and Maximizing Benefits Through Consumer Control

by Julie Brill
Notes

Agency Costs and the False Claims Act

by David Farber

Reputational Injury Without a Reputational Attack: Addressing Negligence Claims for Pure Reputational Harm

by Bryson Kern

Searching for a Harmless Alternative: Applying the Harmless Error Standard to Alternative Theory Jury Instructions

by Erika A. Khalek

An Officer Walks into a Bar: Acknowledging the Need for Deterrence in Officer and Director Bars

by Steven W. Shuldman

Fighting a Losing Battle to Win the War: Can States Combat Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Despite CDA Preemption?

by Stephanie Silvano

Supremacy of the Supremacy Clause: A Garamendi-Based Framework for Assessing State Law That Intersects with U.S. Foreign Policy

by Alexandria R. Strauss
Lecture

Dilemmas of Liberty

by Hon. Robert S. Smith