The Journal of Law and Policy is committed to generating a symposium-based publication that brings together communities of scholars, through a mutual and collaborative student and faculty process, emphasizing existing and emerging visions of the law in relation to interdisciplinary and multicultural perspectives, the implications of technology, and the consequences of economic globalization for the purpose of influencing law and social policy. In furtherance of this mission, the Journal of Law and Policy, unlike most law reviews, centers each volume around a pertinent theme or issue. The articles therein are authored by professors of law, legal practitioners, judges, and distinguished scholars from a variety of academic disciplines.
Current Volume: Volume 56 (2018) INSIDER TRADING
The Fiduciary Principle of Insider Trading Needs Revision
Roberta S. Karmel
We Want Wi-Fi: The FCC’s Intervention in Municipal Broadband Networks
Catherine L. Schwarze