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Volume 2015 — Issue 2 (Fall)
"The Evolution of Financial Instruments and the Legal Protection Against Counterfeiting: A Look at Coin, Paper, and Virtual Currencies" by Ralph E. McKinney et al.
"Repacking and Inventorying Federal Spectrum: The Role of Federal Employees"
"Cybersecurity: What About U.S. Policy" by Lawrence J. Trautman
"Riley v. California: A Pyrrhic Victory for Privacy?" by Adam Lamparello