Vol. 27 No. 2, Fall 2008

When the Darkness Consumes the Light . . .
Jeremy S. Scholtes
The Meaning of Race in the DNA Era: Science, History and the Law
Christian B. Sundquist
Business Regulatory Lessons Learned from Amusement Park Safety Concerns: An Integrated Approach to Business Regulation
Blake C. Norvell

Gonzales v. Carhart: Justice Kennedy at the Intersection of Life Interests, Medical Practice, and Government Regulations
Casey A. Coyle
Who’s Regulating the Regulators? A Proposal for State Oversight of Natural Resource Zoning Regulations in Pennsylvania
Clair E. Wischusen
The Great Kaleidescape: New Hope in the Digital Rights Debate
John Y. Kim
The Green Marketing Machine: Tackling Green Advertising in the Automobile Industry
Jeremy Abidiwan-Lupo

Vol. 27 No. 1, Spring 2008

The European Union’s Energy using Products – EuP – Directive 2005/32 EC Taking Transnational Eco – Product Design Regulation One Step Further
Bernhard Kuschnik
Pennsylvania & Coalbed Methane: Reviving the Traditional Willingness to
Protect Surface Owners

Jason P. Webb
Antitrust In Wonderland:
Regulating Markets of Innovation

Sunny Woan

The Statutory Limits of Compassion: Can Treatment INDs Provide Meaningful Access to Investigational Drugs for the Terminally Ill?
Joanna R. Cerino
Xiaoning v. Yahoo!: Piercing the Great Firewall, Corporate Responsibility, and the Alien Tort Claims Act
Khurram Nasir Gore
Addressing the Impacts of Large Wind Turbine Projects to Encourage Utilization of Wind Energy Resources
Robert S. Guzek
One Image, One Thousand Incriminating Words: Images of Brain Activity and the Privilege against Self-Incrimination
Matthew Baptiste Holloway

Vol. 26 No. 2, Fall 2007

Breaking the Cycle: Scientific Discourse in Legal Education
Anne M. Corbin and Steven B. Dow
Tales from the Crypt: Scientific, Ethical, and Legal Considerations for Biohistorical Analysis of Deceased Historical Figures
Jordan Paradise and Lori Andrews
High Speed Rail Transit: Developing the Case for Alternative Transportation Schemes in the Context of Innovative and Sustainable Global Transportation Law and Policy
Kamaal R. Zaidi

Balancing Business & National Health: The Impact of Legislation on Pharmaceutical
Drug Prices

Davina Rosen
Not Situated to Exercise Free Power of Choice: Human Subject Research in
Prison Settings

Rachel Wener

The Computer Must be Right: Computer Generated Animations, Unfair Prejudice and Commonwealth v. Serge
Carolyn Smart

Vol. 26 No. 1, Spring 2007

The Complete Federal Preemption of Nuclear Safety Should Prevent Scientifically Irrational Jury Verdicts in Radiation Litigation
Donald E. Jose and Michael A. Garza
Corporate Sustainability Strategies
David G. Mandelbaum
Twelve Most Common Mistakes by Beginning Attorneys
T. Michael Mather
Race and Waste: The Quest for Environmental Justice
Tara Ulezalka

American Water Policy: “When the well is dry, we know the worth of water”
Joseph Blaney
The Right To Live: The Supreme Court’s Missed Opportunity to Settle the Handiwork of Nature Exception to Patentable Subject Matter in Laboratory Corporation of America v. Metabolite Laboratories, 126 S. Ct. 2921 (2006)
Daniel Marvin

Do the Terminally Ill Have a Constitutional Right to Use Experimental Drugs? Abigail Alliance v. von Eschenbach, 445 F.3d 470 (D.C. Cir. 2006)
Stephen Kovatis

Vol. 25 No. 2, Fall 2006

Inter-State Environmental Disputes, Provisional Measures and the International Court of Justice’s Order in the Case Concerning Pulp Mills on the River Uruguay
Alberto Alvarez-Jiminez
Atrazine: A Case Study in the Differences Between Regulations of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in the EU and the US
Gitanjali Deb
Monopolizing Medicinal Methods: The Debate over Patent Rights for Indigenous Peoples
Heather A. Sapp

Biosafety Regulations: Who’s Watching the Lab? Safety in High Risk Infectious
Disease Research

Rebecca Emerson
Constitutional Protection of the Appalachian Trail: Can we Rely on Local Government?
James Y. Miles
Lethal Injection Protocols: The Failure of Litigation to Stop Suffering and the Case
for Legislative Reform

James R. Wong

An Education in Evolution: Silencing Scientific Inquiry in Selman v. Cobb County
School District

Kaitlin DeCrescio

Vol. 25 No. 1, Spring 2006

The Double Edged Sword that is the Event Data Recorder
Andrew Askland, Ph.D.
The Treating Physician as Researcher: Is Assuming this Dual Role a Violation of the Nuremberg Code?
David A. Lenrow, M.D., J.D.
Limiting Motorcycle Exhaust Noise Through Amendment of the Motor Vehicle Code
and its Regulation

David B. Torrey & Jeffrey R. McCulley

Prescription Drug Liability and Postmarketing Surveillance: A Modest Proposal
Sean M. Basquill
Nanotechnology: Unique Science Requires Unique Solutions
Lindsay V. Dennis

The Territorial Limits of U.S. Patent Law – N.T.P., Inc. v. Research In Motion, Ltd., 418 F.3d 1282 (Fed. Cir. 2005)
Gregory M. Reilly
Get the Lead Out: Innocent Successor Corporations Responsibility Under CERCLA – United States v. General Battery Corp., Inc., 423 F.3d 294 (3d Cir. 2005)
Richard A. Smolen

Vol. 24 No. 2, Fall 2005

Endocrine Disruptors: A Case Study on Atrazine
Gitanjali Deb
From Software to Life Sciences: The Spreading of the Open Source Production to New Technological Areas
Joseph Eng Jr., Ph.D.
The Effectiveness of Pennsylvania’s Act 2: Are Good Mechanics Enough?
Shari Shapiro
Are the Kiwis Taking a Leap? – Learning from The Biosecurity Policy of New Zealand
Mitsu Takahashi

The Internet Advertising Battle: Copyright Laws Used to Stop the Use of Ad-Blocking Software
John Hemmer
Organ Donation – Increasing Donations While Honoring Our Longstanding Values
Alicia Markmann
Carrots and Sticks: Evaluating the Tools for Securing Successful Trips Implementation
Christine Thelen
NAFTA’s Legacy: An Explanation of Why the Free Trade Area of the Americas is Good for International Environmental Law
Scott Wilson

Vol. 24 No. 1, Spring 2005

EPA Administrative Enforcement Actions: An Introduction to the Consolidated
Rules of Practice

Joseph J. Lisa
Promoting Environmental Innovation with Intellectual Prpoerty Innovation:
A New Basis For Patent Rewards

Gregory N. Mandel
Tremors in the Cooperative Enviornmental Federalism Arena: What Happens When a
State Wants to Assume Only Portions of a Primacy Program or Return a Primacy Program? — The Underground Injection Control Program
Under The Safe Drinking Water Act As a Case Study

Markus G. Puder and Michel J. Paque

Tagging: A Proposed Framework For Constitutional Regulation of Sexually
Explicit Material Available Via the World Wide Web

Richard H. Balsley
Why Not Try the Experiment and Stop Pointing the Finger? Modern University
Research Unaffected By A Narrow Experimental Use Exception

Richard J. Bauer Ph.D.
Stopping Sprawl in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Making the Case for Mandatory Urban Growth Boundaries
Rachel D. Jaffe