Video, Popular Culture, and Police Excessive Force: The Elusive Narrative of Over-Policing
Susan A. Bandes

Making Connections with The Wire: Telling the Stories Behind the Statistics
Rachel E. Barkow 

Would “Hamsterdam” Work? Drug Depenalization in The Wire and in Real Life
John Bronsteen

Criminal Procedure, the Police, and The Wire as Dissent
Bennett Capers

Education, Violence, and Re-Wiring Our Schools
Margareth Etienne

Transparency and Corruption: A General Analysis
Michael D. Gilbert

Police Violence in The Wire
Jonathan Masur and Richard McAdams 

“Deserve Got Nothin’ to Do with It”: The Value of Homicide Victims in The Wire
Janice Nadler

Second Chances in The Wire: Perspectives from Psychology and the Judiciary
The Hon. Rebecca R. Pallmeyer and Dan P. McAdams

“I Got the Shotgun, You Got the Briefcase”: Criminal Defense Ethics in The Wire
Alison Siegler and Erica Zunkel 


Borrowing from the Old [Common Law] to Litigate the New [Beacon Surveillance Claims]
Courtney Albini

Illinois Impending Pension Insolvency Could Public Pensions Off-Load Risk onto Private Insurers?
Jane Chapman

Keeping Juvenile Conduct in Juvenile Court: Why the Federal Juvenile Delinquency Act Does Not and Should Not Contain a Ratification Exception
Taylor Imperiale

Fourth Amendment Standing and the General Rule of Waiver
Katerina Kokkas

Dwelling in Doubt: Do Tenants Have a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in the Common Areas of Their Apartment Buildings?
Alexander Porro

Interpreting “Use” of a Minor in § 3B1.4: The Benefits of Adopting a Uniform Hybrid Approach
Mariah Slocum

Theft, Fraud, and Undue Influence: Determining the Scope of the Federal Funds Bribery Statute
Derek Tisler 

Constraining Big Brother: The Legal Deficiencies Surrounding Chicago’s Use of the Strategic Subject List
Aaron Tucek