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Debugging Software’s Schemas


Kristen Osenga · November 2014
82 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 1832 (2014)

The analytical framework being used to assess the patent eligibility of software and computer-related inventions is fraught with errors, or bugs, in the system. A bug in

The Year of the Super PAC

Michael S. Kang · December 2013
81 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 1902 (2013)

2012 was the year of the Super PAC. In the first presidential election cycle since their development, Super PACs raised almost one billion dollars and enabled the …

Voting Rules and Constitutional Law

Edward B. Foley · December 2013
81 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 1836 (2013)

Anyone concerned that Bush v. Gore may have been unprincipled or at least insufficiently precise in its reasoning should have the same concern about the leading voting …

Gender Unbound?

Kareem Crayton · December 2013
81 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 1799 (2013)

This Essay engages current research on gender norms and biases and the way they interact in the political sphere with female candidates. Since Hillary Clinton’s campaign for U.S. …

Self-Funding and Agency Independence

Charles Kruly · September 2013
81 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 1733 (2013)

Self-funded agencies are a rarity in administrative law. Their freedom from both congressional budgetary approval and the congressional appropriations process, however, gives self-funded agencies a unique degree of …

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