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The Law & Politics of Cyberattack Attribution

Attribution of cyberattacks requires identifying those responsible for bad acts, prominently including states. To guard against baseless or false attributions, this Article argues that states should establish an international law requirement that...

Supremacy, Inc.!

This Article opens a new area of study at the intersection of federalism and privatization. The Supremacy Clause was designed to resolve inevitable conflicts between two sovereign powers. It was not designed for the triangulated clashes amassing in...

Honoring My Teachers: 2019 Rutter Award Acceptance Speech

Each year, the UCLA School of Law presents the William Rutter Award for Excellence in Teaching to an outstanding law professor. On April 22, 2019, this honor was given to Professor Beth Colgan. UCLA Law Review Discourse is proud to continue its...