Founded in 1927, Temple Law Review is a student-edited, quarterly journal dedicated to providing a forum for the expression of new legal thought and scholarly commentary on important developments, trends, and issues in the law.
Shalanda Helen Baker – Is Fracking the Next Financial Crisis?: A Development Lens for Understanding Systematic Risk and Governance
Claire Raj – The Gap Between Rights and Reality: The Intersection of Language, Disability, and Educational Opportunity
Kevin W. Yoegel – The Aereo Loophole: A Retrospective Inquiry into the Legality of Antenna Farms and Internet-Based Television
Bradley R. Smith – Treating Professional Athletes Like Wall Street Executives: The Potential for Clawback Provisions in Sports Contracts
Anna Kessler – Excavating Expungement Law: A Comprehensive Approach
This article is the first publication in Temple Law Review Online, a new platform for publishing scholarly works that are shorter than the traditional law review article, involve time-sensitive topics, or directly respond to materials published in Temple Law Review’s printed issues. We are excited to present the inaugural writing on a fitting topic: the intersection of modern Internet culture and traditional laws of Evidence. Professor Miller uses recent examples of “social media evidence” to argue that, given the current technological and social climate, a more stringent authentication standard must be developed and used.
You may find other work by Professor Miller at his blog, EvidenceProf Blog: http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/evidenceprof/