Maryland Law Review Online, formerly known as Endnotes, is the Maryland Law Review’s online companion. Established in 2008, it is intended to quickly disseminate a variety of content, including commentary on important court decisions, contemporary legal and policy issues, and legislative developments. Maryland Law Review Online expands the scope of the journal’s print publication and features response articles, book reviews, practical insights, student pieces, essays, and unique and accessible law review articles.
Maryland Law Review Online publishes pieces on a rolling basis and undergoes an expedited publication schedule. All pieces are edited by the Maryland Law Review staff. Maryland Law Review Online publishes articles that are 15,000 words or less (including footnotes), but longer pieces may be considered in appropriate cases.
Maryland Law Review Online invites professors, judges, legislators, alumni, and practitioners to submit pieces for Online publication. It is currently accepting articles for publication alongside Volume 78. To submit a piece for consideration, please send it via Scholastica or email to email@example.com.
Maryland Law Review Online pieces should be cited as follows: Author, Title, [Volume] MD. L. REV. ONLINE [Page] (Year), [PDF URL].
Articles from Volume 77
Covariant Risk and Nutrient Credit Training, Brian Sawers
Articles from Volume 76
Constitution Day Lectures, Maxwell L. Stearns, Paula A. Monopoli, Larry S. Gibson, Robert Koulish, and David J. Maher
The Armstrong Evolution, Michael Pappas
Response to The Influence of Exile: Three Stories, Bill Quigley
Utah v. Strieff: The Gratuitous Expansion of the Attenuation Doctrine, Courtney Watkins
Articles from Volume 75
Reflections on “Innovations in Family Dispute Resolution”, Deborah Thompson Eisenberg
Moving Family Dispute Resolution from the Court System to the Community, Jane C. Murphy and Jana B. Singer
Ocasio v. United States: Why the Hobbs Act Punishes Co-conspirator Extortion, Joshua T. Carback
Articles from Volume 74
"The Hindrance of a Law Degree": Justice Kagan on Law and Experience, Laura Krugman Ray
Articles from Volume 73
Articles from Volume 72
Articles from Volume 71
Not Everyone Works for Biglaw: a Response to Neil J. Dilloff, Lawrence Friedman and Louis Schulze
Connick v. Thompson: Unclear Motives Behind a Misguided Result, Claude Nicolas
Personal Jurisdiction and Joinder in Mass Copyright Troll Litigation, Jason R. LaFond
Reimagining International Water Law, Tim Stephens
Articles from Volume 70
Vogue Juridique & the Theory Choice Problem in the Debate over Copyright Protection for Fashion Designs, Michael G. Bennett, Nick Buell, Jason Cetel, and C. C. Perry
Articles from Volume 69
Articles from Volume 68
Storetrax.com, Inc. v. Gurland: Keep Trax of your Board of Directors, James R. Hart III
United States v. Benkahla: Illustrating the Need for Reform - the Fourth Circuit's Unprecedented Application of the United States Sentencing Guideline Terrorism Enhancement to an Obstruction of Justice Conviction, Steven A. Book
Theories of Discrimination & Gay Marriage, Adam Farra