“Regulating the Privatized Security Industry: The Promise of Public/Private Governance,” 63 Emory Law Journal 417-454 (2013).
During the month of January, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:
- Gregory Maggs. “Regulating Electronic Commerce” (378 downloads)
- Thomas Colby. “The Federal Marriage Amendment and the False Promise of Originalism” (256 downloads)
- Donald Braman. “The Polarizing Impact of Science Literacy and Numeracy on Perceived Climate Change Risks” (235 downloads)
(With Cumming, Graeme S.) ”Landscape Level Management of Parks, Refuges, and Reserves for Ecosystem Resilience,” in Social-Ecological Resilience and Law, p. 63-97. Ed. By Ahjond S. Garmestani and Craig R. Allen. New York: Columbia University Press, 2014.
“The Inter-American Human Rights Law of Indigenous Peoples,” 35 University of Hawaii Law Review 937-982 (2013).
“Someone Must Be Lying,” Criminal Justice, Fall 2013, at 69.
“Child Testimony and the Right to Present a Defense,” Criminal Justice, Spring 2013, at 58.
“Judicial Innovations to Screen Eyewitness Identifications,” Criminal Justice, Summer 2013, at 38.