UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

SPRING 2001

VOLUME 6

           
    ARTICLES
           

1.

  Patently Absurd: Expanded State Immunity in the Global Knowledge Market
    By Yvonne A. Tamayo
           

2.

  Deconstructing Legislative Consent Law: Organ Taking, Racial Profiling & Distributive Justice
    By Michele Goodwin
           

3.

  Internet Publication: The Case for an Expanded Right of Publicity for Non-Celebrities
    By Jennifer L. Carpenter
           

4.

  Issues Raised by the Application of the Pen Register Statutes to Authorize Government Collection of Information on Packet-Switched Networks
    By Paul Taylor
           

5.

  The Use of Video-Conferencing Technology in Legal Education: A Practical Guide
    By Catherine Arcabascio
           

6.

  The Enforceability of Internet Gambling Debts: Laws, Policies, and Causes of Action
    By Michael Anastasio
           

7.

  Microsoft III and the Metes and Bounds of Software Design and Technological Tying Doctrine
    By Charles M. Gastle and Susan Boughs
           

8.

  Control Without Interest: State Law of Assignment, Federal Preemption, and the Intellectual Property License
    By Aaron Xavier Fellmeth
   

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