American University Law Review

Articles from Vol. 69, No. 6, 2020

A Break from Reality: Modernizing Authentication Standards for Digital Video Evidence in the Era of Deepfakes
"[Rjeality is not external. Reality exists in the human mind, and nowhere else."-George Orwell1INTRODUCTIONArtificial intelligence and machine learning have enabled unprecedented leaps in mankind's capability to solve the most pressing issues of the...
Cve and Constitutionality in the Twin Cities: How Countering Violent Extremism Threatens the Equal Protection Rights of American Muslims in Minneapolis-St. Paul
INTRODUCTION"History teaches that grave threats to liberty often come in times of urgency, when constitutional rights seem too extravagant to endure. . . . [W]hen we allow fundamental freedoms to be sacrificed in the name of real or perceived exigency,...
Judge, Jury, and Executioner: Why Private Parties Have Standing to Challenge an Executive Order That Prohibits Icts Transactions with Foreign Adversaries
INTRODUCTION"The example of such unlimited executive power that must have most impressed the forefathers was the prerogative exercised by George III, and the description of its evils in the Declaration of Independence leads me to doubt that they were...
Labor, Trade, and Populism: How Ilo-WTO Collaboration Can Save the Global Economic Order
INTRODUCTIONSince the end of World War II, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and its successor, the World Trade Organization (WTO), have governed the regulation of global trade. While closely related to trade, international labor regulation...
Predictability of Arbitrators' Reliance on External Authority?
INTRODUCTIONShould arbitrators consider external authority when deciding labor grievances? Do they rely on external authority? if so, do they do so in particular circumstances or in certain types of cases? We have amassed a new data set of labor arbitration...
The Decline and Fall of Circumstantial Evidence in Antitrust Law
"[Clircumstantial evidence is the lifeblood of antitrust law. "-United States v. Falstaff Brewing Corp.1INTRODUCTIONJudges presiding over price-fixing claims recognize that "'circumstantial evidence is the lifeblood of antitrust law' because direct evidence...
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