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Carla L. Reyes - Publications

Carla L. Reyes

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

B.A., Whitworth University
M.P.P., Duke University
J.D., Duke University
LL.M., Duke University

Secured Transactions, Business Entities

Conceptualizing Cryptolaw, 96 Neb. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2017) (revealing an emerging jurisprudence of law implemented through smart contracting computer code and setting out the initial contours of that jurisprudence).

Distributed Governance, 59 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. Online _ (forthcoming 2017) (providing a preliminary examination of the potential of distributed ledger technology to disrupt corporate governance models (with Ben Edwards and Nizan Packin).

Moving Beyond Bitcoin to an Endogenous Theory of Decentralized Ledger Technology Regulation: An Initial Proposal, 61 Vill. L. Rev. 191 (2016) (proposing an endogenous model of financial regulation for decentralized digital assets and the distributed ledger technology underlying those assets).

WTO Compliant Protection of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from the EU Privacy Directive, 12 Melbourne J. Int’l L. (2011) (peer-review) (examining the constraints on protecting fundamental rights imposed by international trade commitments made under the General Agreement on Trade in Services using the European Union’s attempt to protect the fundamental right to privacy through a WTO-compliant privacy directive as a case study).

Comment, International Governance of Domestic National Security Measures: The Forgotten Role of the World Trade Organization, 14 UCLA J. Int’l L. & Foreign Aff. 531 (2009) (arguing that the World Trade Organization should embrace its historically intended role as co-governor of the international system, including in economic issues involving aspects of national security).

Note, The U.S. Discovery-EU Privacy Directive Conflict: Constructing a Three-Tiered Compliance Strategy, 19 Duke J. Comp. & Int’l L. 357 (2009) (constructing a three-level strategy for complying with both the U.S. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the requirements of the EU Privacy Directive when involved in U.S.-EU trans-border civil litigation).