95 Wash. U. L. Rev. [i] (2017-2018)

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    Washington University


              Law Review


VOLUME 95              NUMBER 1                  2017

                C 2017 by Washington University

                   CONTENTS

ARTICLES

  TIME IS MONEY: AN EMPIRICAL
     ASSESSMENT OF NON-ECONOMIC
     DAMAGES ARGUMENTS     ................. John Campbell  1
                                       Bernard Chao
                                 Christopher Robertson
  PRIVACY, POVERTY, AND BIG DATA: A
     MATRIX OF VULNERABILITIES FOR POOR
     AMERICANS    .............................Mary Madden 53
                                      Michele Gilman
                                         Karen Levy
                                       Alice Marwick
  CONSUMER  FINANCIAL PROTECTION IN
     HEALTH CARE ....................... Erin C. Fuse Brown 127

NOTES

  DRAWING THE LINE ON LEGISLATIVE
     PRIVILEGE: INTERPRETING STATE SPEECH
     OR DEBATE CLAUSES IN REDISTRICTING
     LITIGATION .............. ......... J. Pierce Lamberson 203
  RETURN OF THE DE MINIMIS EXCEPTION IN
     DIGITAL MUSIC SAMPLING: THE NINTH
     CIRCUIT'S RECENT HOLDING IN VMG
     SALSOUL IMPROVES UPON THE SIXTH
     CIRCUIT'S HOLDING IN BRIDGEPORT, BUT
     RAISES QUESTIONS OF ITS OWN...............Francesco Di Cosmo 227

COMMENTARY

  CASE REFUSAL: A RIGHT FOR THE PUBLIC
     DEFENDER BUT NOT A REMEDY FOR THE
     DEFENDANT    ......................... ...John P. Gross 253

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