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Matthew L.M. Fletcher & Nicholas J. Reo

This is a reply to Jason Sanders's student comment, Wolves, Lone and Pack: Ojibwe Treaty Rights and the Wisconsin Wolf Hunt, 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 1263.

Professor Matthew L.M. Fletcher is Professor of Law, Michigan State University College of Law, and Director of the Indigenous Law and Policy Center, and an Enrolled Member of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. Professor Nicholas J. Reo is Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College in the Native American and Environmental Studies Departments. Professor Reo is also an Enrolled Member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.



Shubha Ghosh

This is Professor Ghosh's reply to Mark A. Lemley's article, Software Patents and the Return of Functional Claiming, 2013 Wis. L. Rev. 905.

Professor Shubha Ghosh is the Vilas Research Fellow & Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School.




Michael A. Carrier

This is Professor Carrier's reply to the series of responses for his article, "Copyright and Innovation: The Untold Story", published in WLR Online Issues 4-6.

Professor Michael A. Carrier is Professor of Law at Rutgers School of Law-Camden.


Randal C. Picker

This is the third and final piece in a series of responses to Professor Michael Carrier's article, "Copyright and Innovation: The Untold Story."

Professor Randal C. Picker is James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law at The University of Chicago Law School and Senior Fellow at The Computation Institute of the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory.



Mike Masnick

This is the second piece in a series of responses to Professor Michael Carrier's article, "Copyright and Innovation: The Untold Story."

Mike Masnick is Founder and CEO of Floor64 and Founder and Editor in Chief of Techdirt.



Steven M. Marks

This is the first in a series of responses to Professor Michael Carrier's article, "Copyright and Innovation: The Untold Story."

Attorney Steven M. Marks serves as Chief, Digital Business & General Counsel for the Recording Industry Association of America.



Anuj Desai

This is a piece Professor Desai wrote in response to Professor Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl's “Hierarchy and Heterogeneity: How to Read a Statute in a Lower Court," which was published in 97 Cornell L. Rev. 433 (2012).

Professor Desai is Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School. The author also currently serves as a part-time Commissioner at the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.



Allison Christians

This piece is Professor Allison Christians's response to Professor Adam H. Rosenzweig's article, Thinking Outside the (Tax) Treaty. Professor Rosenzweig's article is available here.

Professor Christians holds the H. Heward Stikeman Chair in Tax Law, McGill University Faculty of Law.



Emilios Avgouleas

This piece is Professor Emilios Avgouleas's response to Professor Steven L. Schwarcz's article, Controlling Financial Chaos: The Power and Limits of Law. Professor Schwarcz's article is available here.

Professor Avgouleas holds the chair in international banking law and finance at the University of Edinburgh.