VOL. XXII • Fall 2003 • NO. 1

Cite as: 22 John Marshall J. of Comp. & Info. Law

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Spam Legislation in the United States

Davd E. Sorkin

Where’s the Beef? Dissecting Spam’s Purported Harms

Eric Goldman

After CAN-SPAM, How States Can Stay Relevant in the Fight Against Unwanted Messages: How a Children’s Protection Registry Can be Effective, and is Not Preempted, Under the New Federal Anti-Spam Law

Matthew B. Prince and Patrick A. Shea

The Do-Not-Call Registry Model is Not the Answer to Spam

Richard C. Balough

Spamming for Legal Services: A Constitutional Right Within a Regulatory Quagmire

William E. Hornsby

Examination of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct Pertaining to the Marketing of Legal Services in Cyberspace

Matthew T. Rollins

Vendor Liability for Advertising in Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail

Anne P. Mitchell

Spam and Beyond: Freedom, Efficiency, and the Regulation of E-mail Advertising

Richard Warner

A Further Darkside to Unsolicited Commercial E-mail? An Assessment of Potential Employer Liability for Spam E-mail

Ben Dahl

Case Notes

Casenote on Intel v. Hamidi

J. Brian Beckham


Wireless Spam This Way Comes

Bridget O’Neill

2003 John Marshall International Moot Court Competition in Information Technology and Privacy Law

Bench Memorandum

Briefs for Petitioners

Cleveland Marshall College of Law/Southwestern College of Law

Briefs for Respondent

Texas Tech University School of Law