Online Exclusives
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online, formerly known as PENNumbra, is pleased to host debates between respected scholars on current controversies, responses to scholarly articles published by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, short essays, and case notes written by current editors of the Law Review. Submissions must conform to the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online submission criteria.


Citation format for responses to law review articles:

Michael C. Macchiarola, Response, Tilting at Insider Trading Windmills, 163 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 61 (2014), http://www.pennlawreview.com/online/163-U-Pa-L-Rev-Online-61.pdf.


General citation format for debates:

Eric J. Segall, Jonathan H. Adler, Debate, King v. Burwell and the Validity of Federal Tax Subsidies Under the Affordable Care Act, 163 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 215 (2015), http://www.pennlawreview.com/ online/163-U-Pa-L-Rev-Online-215.pdf.


Citation format for case notes:

Bianca Nunes, Case Note, The Future of Government Mandated Health Warnings After R.J. Reynolds and American Meat Institute, 163 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 177 (2014), http://www.pennlawreview.com/ online/163-U-Pa-L-Rev-Online-177.pdf.


Citation format for essays:

Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, Comptroller v. Wynne: Internal Consistency, a National Marketplace, and Limits on State Sovereignty to Tax, 163 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 267 (2015), http://www.pennlawreview.com/online/163-U-Pa-L-Rev-Online-267.pdf.