Volume 72

The Unitary Executive Theory in Comparative Context

David M. Driesen Volume 72, Issue 1, 1-54 The debate over the unitary executive theory—the theory that the President should have sole control over the executive branch of government—has proven extremely parochial. Supporters of the theory argue that the original...

Corporate Technologies and the Tech Nirvana Fallacy

Luca Enriques & Dirk A. Zetzsche Volume 72, Issue 1, 55-98 This Article introduces the term Corporate Technologies (“CorpTech”) to refer to the use of distributed ledgers, smart contracts, Big Data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning in the...

Unearthing the Origins of Quasi-Property Status

Alix Rogers Volume 72, Issue 1, 291-336 Under contemporary American law, human corpses and some bodily parts are classified as quasi-property. Quasi-property is an American legal conception composed of limited interests that mimic some of the functions of property,...