Vanderbilt Law Review October 2012 issue released

Oct 25, 2012

The Vanderbilt Law Review has published its October issue (Volume 65, Number 5), which is currently available online.

Hard copies of the journal should be available within two to three weeks. The articles and notes included in this issue are:


  • Wayne A. Logan, “Constitutional Cacophony: Federal Circuit Splits and the Fourth Amendment,” 65 Vanderbilt Law Review 1137 (2012)
  • Terry A. Maroney, “Angry Judges,” 65 Vanderbilt Law Review 1207 (2012)
  • Morgan Ricks, “A Regulatory Design for Monetary Stability,” 65 Vanderbilt Law Review 1289 (2012)


  • Angela L. Bergman, Note, “For Their Own Good? Exploring Legislative Responses to the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and the Illinois Safe Children Act,” 65 Vanderbilt Law Review 1361 (2012)
  • *Marcy Nicks Moody, Note, “WARNING: MAY CAUSE WARMING Potential Trade Challenges to Private Environmental Labels,” 65 Vanderbilt Law Review 1401 (2012)

Interested in writing an online response to one of these pieces? Contact Senior En Banc Editor Matthew Chiarizio.

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