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Most of us don’t read as many print periodicals as we used to.  Quite a bit is available on the internet, and depending on the magazine or newspaper we might even subscribe to full electronic access without having hard copies delivered to our door. 365 more words

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief, Vol. 5 No. 3

Dear Readers,

Welcome to the tenth print edition—Vol. 5, No. 3—of the Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy (CJLPP)! After reviewing many highly-qualified submissions, the editorial team is delighted to feature several particularly stimulating papers and two abridged interview articles in this issue. 719 more words

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Letter from the Founding Editor-in-Chief: An Origin Story

By Byron Cohen (CMC ‘16), Founder and Editor-in-Chief Emeritus

Professor Areshidze walked slowly around the classroom, a well-worn and aggressively annotated copy of John Locke’s… 623 more words

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Here is the print version of the Spring edition of The Scroll! Individual articles coming soon! We hope you enjoy it! Spring2018

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Here is the print version of the April Fools edition of The Scroll! Individual articles coming soon! We hope you enjoy it! AprilFools2018

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Outdated and Ineffective: The Problems with Copyright Law

By Arthur Chang (PO ’20), Senior Editor

1. Introduction

The U.S. government introduced the concept of copyright with the intention to promote the progress of “useful arts.” Copyright legislation did this by granting creators a limited monopoly over their works. 4,646 more words

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