39 Vt. L. Rev. [i] (2014-2015)

handle is hein.journals/vlr39 and id is 1 raw text is: VERMONT LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 39 NUMBER 1

DEDICATION

To Professor Cheryl Hanna

Doing Ourselves Justice: (Re)Committing to a Life of the Law
BOOK REVIEW
It's All In How You Tell It: Reviewing Philip N. Meyer's,
Storytelling for Lawyers (Oxford: 2014)
ARTICLES

The Accidental Postmodernists: A New Era of Skepticism
in Environmental Policy
Yielding to the Confiscation of Public and Private Property:
Judicial Deference under the Copyright and Takings Clauses
Making Aquaculture Accountable through Third-Party
Certification and Consumer Protection Law in the
United States and China                    Andrew L

High Frequency Regulation: A New Model for Market Monitoring

Cheryl Hanna

David R. Dow

Shi-Ling Hsu
Raphael Janove

roman and Ding Tingting 135

Adam Adler 161

ISSUES IN VERMONT LAW

Curbing Worker Misclassification in Vermont: Proposed State
Actions to Improve a National Problem

Adam H. Miller 207

NOTE

Ag-Gag Challenged: The Likelihood of Success of Animal Legal Defense
Fund v. Herbert's First Amendment Claims                Samantha Morgan 241

FALL 2014

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