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  • Sub Surface Radar Nuclear - a nuclear-powered radar picket submarine


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  • The SSRN is a free, searchable database that enables scholars in law, economics, and other fields to upload their work for discussion in advance of publication.

    February 2006

  • Currently there are about 350 law reviews in North America, not to mention relevant journals in related disciplines, foreign publications, and new online pre-print services such as SSRN and BePress.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Jotwell

  • You can download this article from the Social Science Research Network ( "SSRN"):

    Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog

  • Given that the hearing was called with little notice, and little time to prepare a formal written statement, I have opted to add some annotations and expansion of my views in footnotes to this SSRN version that did not appear in the original version submitted to the subcommittee; other witnesses were also operating under time pressure and so statements are not necessarily formal in an academic sense.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » My House Testimony in “Drones II”

  • My DU colleague Thomas Russell, who used to teach at the University of Texas Law school, has a written a paper, available on SSRN, which urges the University of Texas Law School to rename Simkins Hall, a law and graduate male student dormitory named for William Stewart Simkins.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Bernardine Dohrn of the early 20th century: The terrorist professor at U of Texas law school

  • His recent research paper "The Metric is the Message," available at, examines the published studies of piracy.

    Internet to Artists: Drop Dead

  • Joshua Fairfield, Virtual Property, 85 Boston L.Rev. 1047 (2005) (available via SSRN) Bailouts

  • Grimmelmann on 'SSRN Considered Harmful' - Feb 28, 2007 Building the Bottom Up From the Top Down

  • I've posted a draft of my latest paper, Government Data Breaches to SSRN. Government Data Breaches

  • From the press release: Based on Irwin Allen's action-packed 1961 film Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea, the television series chronicles the adventures of Admiral Nelson (Richard Basehart: Knight Rider), Captain Crane (David Hedison: License To Kill, The Young and the Restless) and the fearless crew of the notorious SSRN Seaview as they embark on uncharted waters full of sci-fi espionage, action and suspense.

    April 2009


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