Volume 12

Vol. 12 No. 1


From Marginalizing Economic Discourse with Security Threats to Approbating Corporate Lobbies and Campaign Contributions by Robert Bejesky

A Law Clinic Systems Theory and the Pedagogy of Interaction: Creating a Legal Learning System by Patrick C. Brayer

Turning the Sixth Amendment Upon Itself The Supreme Court in Lafler v. Cooper Diminished the Right to Jury Trial with the Right to Counsel by George Dery & Anneli Soo

Deporting Terrorist Suspects with Assurances: Lessons from the United Kingdom by Ben Middleton

Congress, Federal Courts, and Domestic Relations Exceptionalism by Mark Strasser

Notes & Comments

Discounting the Fourth Amendment: Implications at Home with Targeted Killings Abroad by Brian Meskill

Vol. 12 No. 2


Warrantless Cell Phone Searches in the Age of Flash Mobs by Sunil Bhave

Post-Crawford: Were Recent Changes to State Voter ID Laws Really Necessary to Prevent Voter Fraud and Protect the Electoral Process? by Dr. Tracey B. Carter

The Clash of Home Rule and Affordable Housing: The Mount Laurel Story Continues by Robert C. Holmes

Safeguarding Markets from Pernicious Pay to Play: A Model Explaining Why the SEC Regulates Money in Politics by Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Notes & Comments

Reasoned Criminal Verdicts in the Netherlands and Spain: Implications for Juries in the United States by Michael Csere

Rethinking Removal: The Wani Site Case and the Independence of Newly Established Countries by Allison P. Roso

Criminal Charges with Too Much Bite: Why Charging and Convicting HIV-Positive Biters and Spitters of Attempted Murder is Unjustifiable by Joshua D. Talicska

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