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Volume 74, Issue 4


Regulatory Arbitrage and the
Persistence of Financial Misconduct

by  Colleen Honigsberg, Edwin Hu & Robert J. Jackson, Jr.

Financial-advisor misconduct often has devastating consequences, leading lawmakers to seek tightened investor protections at the federal level. But many advisors can choose whether to be regulated under the federal regime or instead be overseen by state insurance regulators, giving advisors with a history of misconduct reason to select the laxer state-level regulatory environment. Despite extensive…


Due Process in Removal Proceedings
After Thuraissigiam

by  Diana G. Li

It is well established that Congress wields plenary power over the admission of noncitizens at the border. But when the government removes noncitizens who have already entered the country, including those who did so without lawful admission, the boundaries of its power are less clear. The Supreme Court confronted this issue in Department of Homeland…


Digital Eyewitnesses

Using New Technologies to Authenticate Evidence in Human Rights Litigation
by  Bailey R. Ulbricht, Christopher Moxley, Mackenzie D. Austin & Molly D. Norburg

Human rights abuses are increasingly documented through smartphones and personal cameras, generating hundreds of terabytes of digital content from Idlib to Minneapolis. While digital evidence provides an important opportunity to democratize the documentation of abuses, the quantity and diversity of this data present challenges for those seeking accountability. Legal advocates must find ways to safely…