By Ellie Bastian. Full text here. Natural gas is heralded by the political right as a path to energy independence; it is heralded on the left as a bridge to cleaner energy. Fracking, a commonplace method for natural gas extraction, is not going away any time soon. Along with the boon of natural gas come potential…

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By Jim Rossi. Full text here. This Article argues that carbon taxation by regulation has begun to flourish as a way of financing carbon reduction, even as a full national carbon tax remains politically elusive. For more than a century, energy rate setting has been used to promote public good and redistributive goals, akin to general…

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By Jay P. Kesan & Carol M. Hayes. Full text here. Cybersecurity is an increasingly important element of infrastructure and commerce. Courts are starting to shape the doctrine of third-party liability for cyberattacks and data breaches. For businesses that rely on computers and the Internet, these developments affect their bottom line. There is a lot of…

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By Osamudia R. James. Full text here. Popular engagement with black racial identity is steadily increasing. From the protest slogan “Black Lives Matter,” to the visibility of black racial identity on number-one-debuting visual albums like Lemonade, blackness is increasingly visible in mainstream American culture. At the same time, “Black Lives Matter” gave way to “All Lives…

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By Brandon L. Garrett. Full text here. The concept of reasonableness pervades constitutional doctrine. The concept has long served to structure common law doctrines from negligence to criminal law, but its rise in constitutional law is more recent and diverse. This Article aims to unpack surprisingly different formulations of what the term reasonable means in constitutional…

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By Jill E. Fisch. Full text here. Despite the increasing importance of shareholder voting, regulators have paid little attention to the rights of retail investors who own approximately thirty percent of publicly traded companies but who vote less than thirty percent of their shares. A substantial factor contributing to this low turnout is the antiquated mechanism…

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By Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Full text here. This issue of Minnesota Law Review is dedicated to the memory of The Honorable Myron H. Bright. A 1947 graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and member of the student editorial board of Minnesota Law Review Volume 33, Judge Bright was appointed to the United States Court…

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