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Volume 48 Number 2


The Development of Chinese Constitutionalism*

Chenglin Liu


Compulsory Arbitration and Adhesion Contracts In the Age of Donald Trump*

Peter Linzer


Hurrah for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Consumer Arbitration as a Poster Child for Regulation*

Jean R. Sternlight



“What We Lose in Sales, We Make Up in Volume:” The Faulty Logic of the Financial Services Industry’s Response to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Proposed Rule Prohibiting Class Action Bans in Arbitration Clauses.*

Richard Frankel


The CFPB Anti-Arbitration Proposal: Let’s Just Give Arbitration a Chance.*

Ramona L. Lampley

*To be updated with final copy.

Volume 48 Number 1


In Memory of Thomas Bowman Black (1928-2016), Professor of Law, St. Mary’s University School of Law (1974-1988)

David Dittfurth



Time to Repair the Chain: Void Deeds, Subsequent Purchasers, and the Texas Recording Statutes

Richard E. Flint


Interlocutory Appeals in Texas: A History

Elizabeth Lee Thompson



Fourth Amendment Implications of Police-Worn Body Cameras

Erik Nielsen


Filming the Police: An Interference or a Public Service

Aracely Rodman


Volume 47 Number 4


A Law and Economics Analysis of the Duty of Utmost Good Faith (Uberrimae Fidei) in Marine Insurance Law for Protection and Indemnity Clubs

Elizabeth Germano


When Fantasy Becomes Reality: Attempts to Regulate the Highly Unregulated Daily Fantasy Sports Industry

Garrett Greene

The Admissibility of Aerial Photographs—Evidentiary Foundations

Kristopher R. Hufstetler


Texas’s Excessive Demand Doctrine Impacts Recoveries in Litigation

Stephanie M. Green

Use It or Lose It: Grappling with Classification of Post-petition Sale Proceeds Under Chapter Seven Bankruptcy for Consumer Debtors in the Lone Star State

Danielle Nicole Rushing

Volume 47 Number 3


Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Resolving the Rio Grande (Rio Bravo) Water Dispute

Ruben R. Barrera
Dan A. Naranjo

The Dilemma of Interpreting Rules of Civil Procedure: A Proposal for Elastic Formalism

L. Wayne Scott

The Ethics of Inter Partes Review Before the Uspto

Dorian Ojemen

Suppressing The Truth: States’ Purposeful Violation of The Right to No Cruel or Unusual Punishment in Lethal Injection Executions

Nadine G. Rodriguez

Ford V. State: Texas Forces a Resolution in the Cell Site Location Information Debate

Brandon J. Grable

Volume 47 Number 2


Compensation Forfeiture: Stacking Remedies Against Disloyal Agents and Employees

George P. Roach

Call to the Texas Legislature: The Franchise Tax Needs Substantive Changes, Not Just Rate Reductions

Alyson Outenreath

Texas Inventory Tax: Appraisal Districts’ Misunderstanding of the Law Causing Texas Retailers to Pay the Price

Timothy Johnson

Employee Recourses to Manager-Revealed Private Health Information

Molly Thomson

Volume 47 Number 1


Professor Aloysius A. Leopold: An Extraordinary Man

Gerry W. Beyer


The Ancient Magna Carta and the Modern Rule of Law: 1215 to 2015

Vincent R. Johnson

Lincoln v. The Proslavery Constitution: How a Railroad Lawyer’s Constitutional Theory Made Him the Great Emancipator

Paul Finkelman

The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 and the End of Reconstruction

Andrew Buttaro


A Constitutional Amendment Allowing Broader Campaign-Finance Reform Would Not Criminalize Political Satire

Christopher W. Bell

Resolving Drug Manufacturer Liability for Generic Drug Warning Label Defects

Frank Scaglione 

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