Most Recent Additions* Scholarly Commons at Hofstra Law*
Fan to Fan, They're Cheating You: American Fans' Collective Nightmare and the Need for Uniform Regulation of America's Secondary Ticketing Market
Irini Christina Tsounakas
#FreeBritney: A Social Media Movement Shining a Light on Guardianship Abuse and Oversight
Nicole C. Palas
Re-directing the 50-Year-Long War on Drugs in the United States: Safe Injection Sites as the Necessary Weapons
The Best Offense is a Good Defense: Fourth Amendment Implications of Geofence Warrants
Brian L. Owsley
Understanding the Metacognitive "Space" and its Implications for Law Students' Learning
Jennifer A. Gundlach and Jessica R. Santangelo
Who Benefits?: How the AIA Hurt Deceptively Non-Joined Inventors
Jordana R. Goodman
The D'Oench Doctrine of "Common-Law Equitable Estoppel" and 12 U.S.C. § 1823(e): Reinterpreting the Federal Policy Designed to Protect Bank Regulators to the Detriment of Innocent Borrowers
The Housing Loophole: Housing Discrimination's Impact on Long Island's Public School System
The Long Road to New York's Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Ethics Rule
"Breathing Space to Survive"--The Missing Component of Model Rule 8.4(g)
ABA Model Rule 8.4(g), Discriminatory Speech, and the First Amendment
Bruce A. Green and Rebecca Roiphe
Pennsylvania Lawyers Behaving Badly: Is 8.4(g) a Solution?
Ellen Brotman and Amy Coco
Anti-Discrimination Ethics Rules and the Legal Profession
Artificial Intelligence in the Criminal Justice System: The Ethical Implications of Lawyers Using AI
Forensic Science; Far From "Scientific Certainty"
*Updated as of 06/04/23.