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Volume 80, Number 4


Bargaining for Loyalty in the Information Age: A Reconsideration of the Role of Substantive Fairness in Enforcing Employee Noncompetes
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman
80 Or. L. Rev. 1163

The Constitution as Based on the Consent of the GovernedóOr, Should We Have an Unwritten Constitution?
Thomas B. McAffee
80 Or. L. Rev. 1245

Orphan of Invention: Why the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Was Unnecessary
Keith R. Fisher
80 Or. L. Rev. 1301

Current Developments

Identity Theft: The Crime of the New Millennium
Sean B. Hoar
80 Or. L. Rev. 1423

Legal Education in the Twenty-First Century
University of Oregon School of Law 21st Century Task Force
80 Or. L. Rev. 1449


An Unequal Balance: Repudiation and Restitution in Mobil Oil Exploration & Producing Southeast, Inc. v. United States
Deena B. Bothello
80 Or. L. Rev. 1469

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