VOL. XXIII • Spring 2005 • NO. 3

Cite as: 23 John Marshall J. of Comp. & Info. Law

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Articles

FOREWORD

Leslie Ann Reis

THE 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION SHATTERED THE MYTH THAT EVERY VOTE IS COUNTED

Richard C. Balough

FLORIDA’S POST 2000 VOTING SYSTEMS OVERHAUL: THE ROAD TO PERDITION

Lisa Rodriguez-Taseff

E-VOTING: A TALE OF LOST VOTES

Lillie Coney

“ELECTRONIC VOTING RIGHTS AND THE DMCA: ANOTHER BLAST FROM THE DIGITAL PIRATES OR A FINAL WAKE UP CALL FOR REFORM?”

Doris Estelle Long

THE MACHINERY OF DEMOCRACY: VOTING TECHNOLOGY IN NOVEMBER 2004

Doug Chapin

2004 John Marshall International Moot Court Competition in Information Technology and Privacy Law

BENCH MEMORANDUM

Patrica Gerdes, Tim Scahill, Otto Shragal, Richard C. Balough, Leslie Ann Reis

BRIEF FOR THE PETITIONER

South Texas College of Law

BRIEF FOR THE RESPONDENT

Campbell University School of Law