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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Griswold, Noel L. Note. Forgetting the Melting Pot: an analysis of the Department of Homeland Security takeover of the INS. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 207-231 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lisa, Joseph J. EPA administrative enforcement actions: an introduction to the Consolidated Rules of Practice. 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 1-49 (2005). [L]|[W]

Read, Daniel Shane. The courts' difficult balancing act to be fair to both plaintiff and government under the FTCA's administrative claims process. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 785-832 (2005). [L]|[W]

Challenges for Managing the Coastal Zones of North America. Introduction by Alfred M. Duda; articles by Richard Kyle Paisley, Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr., Maaria Curlier, Shelby Smith, Juan J. del Toro and Alfredo Tomas Ortega Ojeda. 9 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 167-331 (2004). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Ocean and Coastal Law Journal.)

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AGRICULTURE LAW

Schneider, Susan A. Who gets the check: determining when federal farm program payments are property of the bankruptcy estate. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 469-505 (2005). [L]|[W]

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ARTS AND LITERATURE

McClain, Linda C. Bend It Like Beckham and Real Women Have Curves: constructing identity in multicultural coming-of-age stories. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 701-753 (2005). [L]|[W]

Sandholtz, Wayne. The Iraqi National Museum and international law: a duty to protect. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 185-240 (2005). [L]|[W]

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BANKING AND FINANCE

Orcutt, John L. Improving the efficiency of the angel finance market: a proposal to expand the intermediary role of finders in the private capital raising setting. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 861-947 (2005). [L]|[W]

Smith, D. Gordon. The exit structure of venture capital. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 315-356 (2005). [L]|[W]

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BANKRUPTCY LAW

Beiner, Theresa M. and Robert B. Chapman. Take what you can, give nothing back: judicial estoppel, employment discrimination, bankruptcy, and piracy in the courts. 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 1-73 (2005). [L]|[W]

Schneider, Susan A. Who gets the check: determining when federal farm program payments are property of the bankruptcy estate. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 469-505 (2005). [L]|[W]

Trujillo, Bernard. Patterns in a complex system: an empirical study of valuation in business bankruptcy cases. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 357-404 (2005). [L]|[W]

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CIVIL RIGHTS AND DISCRIMINATION

(For other articles on CIVIL RIGHTS AND DISCRIMINATION see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Michigan Journal of Race & Law.)

Aron, Lester. Too much or not enough: how have the circuit courts defined a free appropriate public education after Rowley? 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 1-25 (2005). [L]|[W]

Celli, Melissa A. Note. Jumping the gun: can municipalities be held liable under 42 U.S.C. section 1983 for failing to provide police officers with less-lethal weapons? 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 185-205 (2005). [L]|[W]

Harris, Donald P. and students Daniel B. Garrie and Matthew J. Armstrong. Sexual harassment: limiting the affirmative defense in the digital workplace. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 73-97 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kahn, Jonathan. Contrlling identity: Plessy, privacy, and racial defamation. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 755-781 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lester, Toni. Contention, context and the Constitution: riding the waves of the affirmative action debate. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 67-125 (2005). [L]|[W]

Levinson, Rosalie Berger. Recognizing a damage remedy to enforce Indiana's Bill of Rights. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 1-40 (2005). [L]|[W]

Plass, Stephen. Reinforcing Title VII with zero tolerance rules. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 127-157 (2005). [L]|[W]

Quigley, Laura A. Reparation rights tax relief restores human rights as a civil right in tax tort reform. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 41-70 (2005). [L]|[W]

Richardson, Abby Morrow. Note. Applying 42 U.S.C. section 1981 to claims of consumer discrimination. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 119-147 (2005). [L]|[W]

Risk, Carol L. and Richard A. Bales. Family Medical Leave Act standards of proof and the impact of Desert Palace on retaliation claims. 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 68-86 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weiner, Courtney. Note. Sex education: recognizing anti-gay harassment as sex discrimination under Title VII and Title IX. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 189-234 (2005). [L]|[W]

Widdison, Jeffrey B. Casenote. Cutting undocumented alien employment using the spine of a knife: how the Fourth Circuit failed to adequately use Title VII to strengthen IRCA in ... (Egbuna v. Time Life Libraries, Inc., 153 F.3d 184, 4th Cir. 1998, cert. denied, 525 U.S. 1142, 1999.) 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 87-108 (2005). [L]|[W]

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COMMERCIAL LAW

Blythe, Stephen E. Hong Kong electronic signature law and certification authority regulations: promoting e-commerce in the world's "most wired" city. 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 1-65 (2005). [L]|[W]

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COMMUNICATIONS LAW

Balsley, Richard H. Comment. Tagging: a proposed framework for constitutional regulation of sexually explicit material available via the World Wide Web. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 93-119 (2005).

Blythe, Stephen E. Hong Kong electronic signature law and certification authority regulations: promoting e-commerce in the world's "most wired" city. 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 1-65 (2005). [L]|[W]

Borchers, Kelly A. Note. Mission impossible: applying arcane Fourth Amendment precedent to advanced cellular phones. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 223- 266 (2005). [L]|[W]

Broekman, Jan M. Semiotics for citizens in government Web sites. 18 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 285-306 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Chaffee, Eric C. Sailing toward safe harbor hours: the constitutionality of regulating television violence. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 1-36 (2005). [L]|[W]

Chung, Lisa Hird. Note. Free trade in human reproductive cells: a solution to procreative tourism and the unregulated Internet. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 263-296 (2006). [L]|[W]

Harmon, Aaron. Recent development. Child testimony via two-way closed circuit television: a new perspective on Maryland v. Craig in ... (United States v. Turning Bear, 357 F.3d 730, 8th Cir. 2004; and United States v. Bordeaux, 400 F.3d 548, 8th Cir. 2005, reh'g en banc denied, U.S. App. LEXIS 9866, 8th Cir. May 27, 2005.) 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 157-179 (2005). [L]|[W]

Harris, Donald P. and students Daniel B. Garrie and Matthew J. Armstrong. Sexual harassment: limiting the affirmative defense in the digital workplace. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 73-97 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kalin, Matthew C. Note. The 411 on cellular phone use: an analysis of the legislative attempts to regulate cellular phone use by drivers. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 233-262 (2005). [L]|[W]

Miller, Seth A. Note. Peer-to-peer file distribution: an analysis of design, liability, litigation, and potential solutions. 25 Rev. Litig. 181-230 (2006). [L]|[W]

Phillips, Jennifer D. Comment. The seamy side of the seamy side: potential danger of cyberpiracy in the proposed ".xxx" top level domain. 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 233-260 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weir, Kathleen E. Note. Zealous representation: an examination of judicial privilege, the First Amendment, and attorneys' statements to the media. 25 Rev. Litig. 231-250 (2006). [L]|[W]

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COMPARATIVE LAW

(For other articles on COMPARATIVE LAW see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Hastings International and Comparative Law Review.)

Aral, Berdal. An inquiry into the Turkish 'school' of international law. [Review of five Turkish textbooks.] 16 Eur. J. Int'l L. 769-785 (2005). [L]|[W]

Baldwin, Clive. Who needs fact when you've got narrative? The case of P,C&S vs United Kingdom. 18 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 217-241 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Blythe, Stephen E. Hong Kong electronic signature law and certification authority regulations: promoting e-commerce in the world's "most wired" city. 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 1-65 (2005). [L]|[W]

Chang, Terry E. Note. The Gold Rush in the East: recent developments in foreign participation within China's securities markets as compared to the Taiwanese model. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 279-332 (2005). [L]|[W]

Corcoran, Tim. Legislative practice as discursive action: a performance in three parts. 18 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 263-283 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Dickerson, Claire Moore. Harmonizing business laws in Africa: OHADA calls the tune. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 17-73 (2005). [L]|[W]

Felcman, Tomas. Note. Crafting employment policy during EU accession: strategies for Romania and Bulgaria. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 189-218 (2006). [L]|[W]

Fischer, Susanna Frederick. Playing Poohsticks with the British Constitution? The Blair government's proposal to abolish the Lord Chancellor. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 257-329 (2005). [L]|[W]

Heiberg, Carl Erik. Note. American films in China: an analysis of China's intellectual property record and reconsideration of cultural trade exceptions amidst rampant piracy. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 219-262 (2006). [L]|[W]

Johansen, Erik. I say antitrust; you say anticompetitive: why bridging the divide between U.S. and EU competition policy makes economic sense. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 331-351 (2005). [L]|[W]

Koutnatzis, Stylianos-Ioannis G. Social rights as a constitutional compromise: lessons from comparative experience. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 74-133 (2005). [L]|[W]

Leigh, Rovianne Amber. Note. Renegotiating law and history: Australian and American approaches to Native land claims. 2 Indigenous Peoples' J.L. Cult. & Resistance 106-139 (2005). [L]|[W]

Onzivu, William. Globalism, regionalism, or both: health policy and regional economic integration in developing countries, an evolution of a legal regime? 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 111-187 (2006). [L]|[W]

Smith, James F., Katherine C. and Michael L. Rustad. Why Mexico? Why Mexican law? Why now? (Reviewing Stephen Zamora et al., Mexican Law.) 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 373-425 (2005). [L]|[W]

Challenges for Managing the Coastal Zones of North America. Introduction by Alfred M. Duda; articles by Richard Kyle Paisley, Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr., Maaria Curlier, Shelby Smith, Juan J. del Toro and Alfredo Tomas Ortega Ojeda. 9 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 167-331 (2004). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Ocean and Coastal Law Journal.)

Supplement: Institute for International Law and Policy 2004 U.S.-China Environmental Law and Policy Roundtable. Introductions by Amelia H. Boss, Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Marcia E. Mulkey; articles by Hari M. Osofsky, Chang Jiewen, Dean Hill Rivkin, Ke Jian, Rebecca M. Bratspies, Wu Changhua, Zunxuan "Digger" Chen, Joseph W. Dellapenna and Li Zhiping; commentaries by William L. Andreen and Wang Mingyuan. 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 219-395 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Temple Journal of Science, Technology & Environmental Law.)

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COMPUTER LAW

Garrie, Daniel B., Matthew J. Armstrong and Bill Burdett. Hiding the inaccessible truth: amending the Federal Rules to accommodate electronic discovery. 25 Rev. Litig. 115-130 (2006). [L]|[W]

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Balkin, Jack M. How social movements change (or fail to change) the Constitution: the case of the new departure. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 27-65 (2005). [L]|[W]

Fischer, Susanna Frederick. Playing Poohsticks with the British Constitution? The Blair government's proposal to abolish the Lord Chancellor. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 257-329 (2005). [L]|[W]

Huhn, Wilson. Ohio Issue 1 is unconstitutional. 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 1-31 (2005). [L]|[W]

Keller, Joseph. Sovereignty vs. internationalism and where United States courts should find international law. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 353-372 (2005). [L]|[W]

Keren, Hila. "We Insist! Freedom Now": does contract doctrine have anything constitutional to say? 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 133-193 (2005). [L]|[W]

Koutnatzis, Stylianos-Ioannis G. Social rights as a constitutional compromise: lessons from comparative experience. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 74-133 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lester, Toni. Contention, context and the Constitution: riding the waves of the affirmative action debate. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 67-125 (2005). [L]|[W]

Meier, Luke. A broad attack on overbreadth. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 113-168 (2005). [L]|[W]

Peterson, Kathryn E. Note. My father's eyes and my mother's heart: the due process rights of the next of kin in organ donation. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 169-221 (2005). [L]|[W]

Pybas, Kevin. Does the Establishment Clause require religion to be confined to the private sphere? 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 71-112 (2005). [L]|[W]

Samar, Vincent J. Justifying the use of international human rights principles in American constitutional law. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 1- 100 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tilghman, Richard H. IV. Comment. Rethinking constitutional limitations on punitive damages: providing economically efficient incentives to prevent nursing home abuse. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 1007-1038 (2005). [L]|[W]

Symposium: Privacy and Identity: Constructing, Maintaining, and Protecting Personhood. Introduction by Joshua Herman; articles by Lior Jacob Strahilevitz, Linda C. McClain, Jonathan Kahn, Vincent J. Samar, Christopher Slobogin, Richard Warner, Lee Tien and Donald H.J. Hermann. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 657-969 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for DePaul Law Review.)

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CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW

Blair, Roger D., Jill Boylston Herdon and John E. Lopatka. Resale price maintenance and the private antitrust plaintiff. 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 657-723 (2005). [L]|[W]

Richardson, Abby Morrow. Note. Applying 42 U.S.C. section 1981 to claims of consumer discrimination. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 119-147 (2005). [L]|[W]

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CONTRACTS

Geniuk, Kenneth Jeremy. Note. Untipping the scales: using state contract law to protect at-will employees from unfair mandatory arbitration agreements. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 197-220 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hudgeons, Lauren Andrew. Comment. Gestational agreements in Texas: a brave new world. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 863-903 (2005). [L]|[W]

Keren, Hila. "We Insist! Freedom Now": does contract doctrine have anything constitutional to say? 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 133-193 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kim, Nancy S. Evolving business and social norms and interpretation rules: the need for a dynamic approach to contract disputes. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 506-570 (2005). [L]|[W]

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CORPORATIONS

Dickerson, Claire Moore. Harmonizing business laws in Africa: OHADA calls the tune. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 17-73 (2005). [L]|[W]

Greenwood, Daniel J. H. Markets and democracy: the illegitimacy of corporate law. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 41-104 (2005). [L]|[W]

Orcutt, John L. Improving the efficiency of the angel finance market: a proposal to expand the intermediary role of finders in the private capital raising setting. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 861-947 (2005). [L]|[W]

Smith, D. Gordon. The exit structure of venture capital. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 315-356 (2005). [L]|[W]

Trujillo, Bernard. Patterns in a complex system: an empirical study of valuation in business bankruptcy cases. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 357-404 (2005). [L]|[W]

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COURTS

Genetin, Bernadette Bollas. The powers that be: a reexamination of the federal courts' rulemaking and adjudicatory powers in the context of a clash of a congressional statute and a Supreme Court Rule. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 587-680 (2005). [L]|[W]

George, James P. Jurisdictional implications in the reduced funding of lower federal courts. 25 Rev. Litig. 1-77 (2006). [L]|[W]

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CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE

Ahmed, Faiz. Note. Judicial reform in Afghanistan: a case study in the new criminal procedure code. 29 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 93-134 (2005). [L]|[W]

Balsley, Richard H. Comment. Tagging: a proposed framework for constitutional regulation of sexually explicit material available via the World Wide Web. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 93-119 (2005).

Borchers, Kelly A. Note. Mission impossible: applying arcane Fourth Amendment precedent to advanced cellular phones. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 223- 266 (2005). [L]|[W]

Entzeroth, Lynn S. Struggling for federal judicial review of successive claims of innocence: a study of how federal courts wrestled with the AEDPA to provide individuals convicted of non-existent crimes with habeas corpus review. 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 75-104 (2005). [L]|[W]

Harmon, Aaron. Recent development. Child testimony via two-way closed circuit television: a new perspective on Maryland v. Craig in ... (United States v. Turning Bear, 357 F.3d 730, 8th Cir. 2004; and United States v. Bordeaux, 400 F.3d 548, 8th Cir. 2005, reh'g en banc denied, U.S. App. LEXIS 9866, 8th Cir. May 27, 2005.) 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 157-179 (2005). [L]|[W]

Jaffe, Michelle. Comment. Up in arms over Florida's new "stand your ground" law. 30 Nova L. Rev. 155-181 (2005). [L]|[W]

Katkin, Kenneth. "Incorporation" of the Criminal Procedure Amendments: the view from the states. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 397-468 (2005). [L]|[W]

Knowles, Devon. Note. From Chicken to Chignik: the search for jury impartiality in rural Alaska Native communities. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 235-285 (2005). [L]|[W]

Powers, Kevin J. Note. David Hasselhoff no longer owns the only talking car: automotive black boxes in criminal law. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 289- 323 (2005). [L]|[W]

Rosen, Eric. Comment. Solicitation and conspiracy: a Florida practitioner's guide to double jeopardy defense and analysis. 30 Nova L. Rev. 183-207 (2005). [L]|[W]

Shue, Michael C. Casenote. The first case to rule that the federal anti- bootlegging statute is unconstitutional copyright legislation. (United States v. Martignon, 346 F. Supp. 2d 413, S.D.N.Y. 2004.) 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 131-154 (2005). [L]|[W]

Slobogin, Christopher. Subpoenas and privacy. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 805-845 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tien, Lee. Doors, envelopes, and encryption: the uncertain role of precautions in Fourth Amendment law. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 873-908 (2005). [L]|[W]

Warner, Richard. Surveillance and the self: privacy, identity, and technology. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 847-871 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weissbrodt, David, Ferhat Pekin and Amelia Wilson. Piercing the confidentiality veil: physician testimony in international criminal trials against perpetrators of torture. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 43-109 (2006). [L]|[W]

Wible, Brent S. The strange afterlife of section 212(c) relief: collateral attacks on deportation orders in prosecutions for illegal reentry after St. Cyr. 19 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 455-493 (2005). [L]|[W]

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DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Geniuk, Kenneth Jeremy. Note. Untipping the scales: using state contract law to protect at-will employees from unfair mandatory arbitration agreements. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 197-220 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kanner, Allan and Tibor Nagy. Exploding the blackmail myth: a new perspective on class action settlements. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 681-704 (2005). [L]|[W]

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DOMESTIC RELATIONS

Banks, R. Richard and Su Jin Gatlin. African American intimacy: the racial gap in marriage. 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 115-132 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ellis, Theresa E. Note. Loved and lost: breathing life into the rights of noncustodial parents. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 267-310 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hermann, Donald H.J. Pulling the fig leaf off the right of privacy: sex and the Constitution. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 909-969 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hudgeons, Lauren Andrew. Comment. Gestational agreements in Texas: a brave new world. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 863-903 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lorenz, Rachel Duffy. Comment. Transgender immigration: legal same-sex marriages and their implications for the Defense of Marriage Act. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 523-559 (2005). [L]|[W]

O'Connor, Kathleen A. Comment. What gives you the right?!--Ne exeat rights should constitute rights of custody after ... (Furnes v. Reeves, 362 F.3d 702, 11th Cir. 2004, cert. denied, Reeves v. Furnes, 125 S. Ct. 478, 2004.) 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 449-473 (2005). [L]|[W]

Samar, Vincent J. Privacy and the debate over same-sex marriage versus unions. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 783-804 (2005). [L]|[W]

Summerfield, Tracey and Alec McHoul. Family as a commonsensical device and its place in law. 18 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 243-261 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Volpp, Leti. Divesting citizenship: on Asian American history and the loss of citizenship through marriage. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 405-483 (2005). [L]|[W]

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ECONOMICS

Trujillo, Bernard. Patterns in a complex system: an empirical study of valuation in business bankruptcy cases. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 357-404 (2005). [L]|[W]

Williams, John L. Paving the way for the future: potential structures for tribal economic development. 2 Indigenous Peoples' J.L. Cult. & Resistance 59-101 (2005). [L]|[W]

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EDUCATION LAW

Adams, Nathan A., IV. Pedigree of an unusual Blaine Amendment: article I, section 3 interpreted and implemented in Florida education. 30 Nova L. Rev. 1-74 (2005). [L]|[W]

Aron, Lester. Too much or not enough: how have the circuit courts defined a free appropriate public education after Rowley? 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 1-25 (2005). [L]|[W]

Bauer, Richard J. Comment. Why not try the experiment and stop pointing the finger? Modern university research unaffected by a narrow experimental use exception. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 121-142 (2005).

Broekman, Jan M. Semiotics for citizens in government Web sites. 18 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 285-306 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Flynt, Joshua. Comment. Saved by the bell: an overview of liability rules for professional employees of Texas school districts. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 833-861 (2005). [L]|[W]

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ELDER LAW

Kaplan, Richard L. Federal tax policy and family-provided care for older adults. 25 Va. Tax Rev. 509-562 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tilghman, Richard H. IV. Comment. Rethinking constitutional limitations on punitive damages: providing economically efficient incentives to prevent nursing home abuse. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 1007-1038 (2005). [L]|[W]

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EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE

Beiner, Theresa M. and Robert B. Chapman. Take what you can, give nothing back: judicial estoppel, employment discrimination, bankruptcy, and piracy in the courts. 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 1-73 (2005). [L]|[W]

Cohen, Stephen B. Misassigning income: the Supreme Court and attorneys' fees. 25 Va. Tax Rev. 415-449 (2005). [L]|[W]

Felcman, Tomas. Note. Crafting employment policy during EU accession: strategies for Romania and Bulgaria. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 189-218 (2006). [L]|[W]

Geniuk, Kenneth Jeremy. Note. Untipping the scales: using state contract law to protect at-will employees from unfair mandatory arbitration agreements. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 197-220 (2005). [L]|[W]

Harris, Donald P. and students Daniel B. Garrie and Matthew J. Armstrong. Sexual harassment: limiting the affirmative defense in the digital workplace. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 73-97 (2005). [L]|[W]

Klein, Daniel S. Note. Bridging the Falcon gap: do claims of subjective decisionmaking in employment discrimination class actions satisfy the Rule 23(a) commonality and typicality requirements? 25 Rev. Litig. 131-180 (2006). [L]|[W]

Larsen, Dirk. Note. The German parental-leave system as a model for California: creating a race to the top within a federal system. 29 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 71-91 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lumpkin, Cristina Arana. Comment. Does a pharmacist have the right to refuse to fill a prescription for birth control? 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 105- 130 (2005). [L]|[W]

Risk, Carol L. and Richard A. Bales. Family Medical Leave Act standards of proof and the impact of Desert Palace on retaliation claims. 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 68-86 (2005). [L]|[W]

Sanchez, John. 2004-05 survey of Florida employment law. 30 Nova L. Rev. 123-153 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weiner, Courtney. Note. Sex education: recognizing anti-gay harassment as sex discrimination under Title VII and Title IX. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 189-234 (2005). [L]|[W]

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ENERGY AND UTILITIES LAW

Foberg, David L. Casenote. Will science triumph over policy? The future of a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. (Nuclear Energy Institute, Inc. v. EPA, 373 F.3d 1251, D.C. Cir. 2004.) 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 187-212 (2005). [L]|[W]

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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

Bricklemyer, Eugene C., Jr. et al. Appropriate sanitation and integrated coastal management: an ecologically-based human waste treatment system for coastal settlements on the Bahia de Navidad, Jalisco State, Mexico. 9 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 301-331 (2004). [L]|[W]

Foberg, David L. Casenote. Will science triumph over policy? The future of a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. (Nuclear Energy Institute, Inc. v. EPA, 373 F.3d 1251, D.C. Cir. 2004.) 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 187-212 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lisa, Joseph J. EPA administrative enforcement actions: an introduction to the Consolidated Rules of Practice. 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 1-49 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mandel, Gregory N. Promoting environmental innovation with intellectual property innovation: a new basis for patent rewards. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 51-69 (2005).

Puder, Markus G. and Michel J. Paque. Tremors in the cooperative environmental federalism arena: what happens when a state wants to assume only portions of a primacy program or return a primacy program?--The Underground Injection Control program under the Safe Drinking Water Act as a case study. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 71-92 (2005).

Supplement: Institute for International Law and Policy 2004 U.S.-China Environmental Law and Policy Roundtable. Introductions by Amelia H. Boss, Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Marcia E. Mulkey; articles by Hari M. Osofsky, Chang Jiewen, Dean Hill Rivkin, Ke Jian, Rebecca M. Bratspies, Wu Changhua, Zunxuan "Digger" Chen, Joseph W. Dellapenna and Li Zhiping; commentaries by William L. Andreen and Wang Mingyuan. 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 219-395 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Temple Journal of Science, Technology & Environmental Law.)

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EVIDENCE

Harmon, Aaron. Recent development. Child testimony via two-way closed circuit television: a new perspective on Maryland v. Craig in ... (United States v. Turning Bear, 357 F.3d 730, 8th Cir. 2004; and United States v. Bordeaux, 400 F.3d 548, 8th Cir. 2005, reh'g en banc denied, U.S. App. LEXIS 9866, 8th Cir. May 27, 2005.) 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 157-179 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kamarchik, Lisa Alumbaugh. Casenote. Last dance with the Daubert-Kumho decisions: one step forward from two steps back. (Howerton v. Arai Helmet, Ltd., 597 S.E.2d 674, N.C. 2004.) 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 109-125 (2005). [L]|[W]

McLain, Lynn. Post-Crawford: time to liberalize the substantive admissibility of a testifying witness's prior consistent statements. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 1-40 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weissbrodt, David, Ferhat Pekin and Amelia Wilson. Piercing the confidentiality veil: physician testimony in international criminal trials against perpetrators of torture. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 43-109 (2006). [L]|[W]

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FOOD AND DRUG LAW

Lumpkin, Cristina Arana. Comment. Does a pharmacist have the right to refuse to fill a prescription for birth control? 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 105- 130 (2005). [L]|[W]

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GAMING

Brown, Alan E. Note. Ace in the hole: land's key role in Indian gaming. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 159-184 (2005). [L]|[W]

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HEALTH LAW AND POLICY

Meier, Benjamin Mason and Larisa M. Mori. The highest attainable standard: advancing a collective human right to public health. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 101-147 (2005). [L]|[W]

Onzivu, William. Globalism, regionalism, or both: health policy and regional economic integration in developing countries, an evolution of a legal regime? 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 111-187 (2006). [L]|[W]

Peterson, Kathryn E. Note. My father's eyes and my mother's heart: the due process rights of the next of kin in organ donation. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 169-221 (2005). [L]|[W]

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HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

(For other articles on HUMAN RIGHTS LAW see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Columbia Human Rights Law Review.)

Goodmark, Leigh. Telling stories, saving lives: The Battered Mothers' Testimony Project, women's narratives, and court reform. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 709-757 (2005). [L]|[W]

Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Articles and Essays Analyzing the Prohibition of Torture Under International Law. Prologue by Claudio Grossman; introduction by Claudia Martin and Diego Rodriguez- Pinzon; articles by Louis-Philippe F. Rouillard, Xavier Andres Flores Aguirre, Elizabeth Vasiliades and David Fernandez Puyana. 21 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev. 1-148 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for American University International Law Review.)

Symposium: Foreign Occupation and International Law. Articles by Marco Sassoli, Steven R. Ratner, Nehal Bhuta and William Abresch. 16 Eur. J. Int'l L. 661-767 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for European Journal of International Law.)

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IMMIGRATION LAW

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Griswold, Noel L. Note. Forgetting the Melting Pot: an analysis of the Department of Homeland Security takeover of the INS. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 207-231 (2005). [L]|[W]

Volpp, Leti. Divesting citizenship: on Asian American history and the loss of citizenship through marriage. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 405-483 (2005). [L]|[W]

Widdison, Jeffrey B. Casenote. Cutting undocumented alien employment using the spine of a knife: how the Fourth Circuit failed to adequately use Title VII to strengthen IRCA in ... (Egbuna v. Time Life Libraries, Inc., 153 F.3d 184, 4th Cir. 1998, cert. denied, 525 U.S. 1142, 1999.) 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 87-108 (2005). [L]|[W]

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INDIAN AND ABORIGINAL LAW

(For other articles on INDIAN AND ABORIGINAL LAW see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Indigenous Peoples' Journal of Law, Culture & Resistance.)

Brown, Alan E. Note. Ace in the hole: land's key role in Indian gaming. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 159-184 (2005). [L]|[W]

Jefferies, Regina. Comment. The equitable application of international law: revised principles for a solution to the Maasai land dispute. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 973-997 (2005). [L]|[W]

Knowles, Devon. Note. From Chicken to Chignik: the search for jury impartiality in rural Alaska Native communities. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 235-285 (2005). [L]|[W]

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INSURANCE LAW

Logue, Kyle D. Tax law uncertainty and the role of tax insurance. 25 Va. Tax Rev. 339-414 (2005). [L]|[W]

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

Bachman, Dara Cox. Comment. Forget NAFTA: how the U.S. can obtain improved protection of copyrighted goods in Mexico through the creation of an open United States-Mexico border. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 427-447 (2005). [L]|[W]

Bauer, Richard J. Comment. Why not try the experiment and stop pointing the finger? Modern university research unaffected by a narrow experimental use exception. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 121-142 (2005).

Gutierrez, Eva. Geographical indicators: a unique European perspective on intellectual property. 29 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 29-50 (2005). [L]|[W]

Heiberg, Carl Erik. Note. American films in China: an analysis of China's intellectual property record and reconsideration of cultural trade exceptions amidst rampant piracy. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 219-262 (2006). [L]|[W]

Helmer, Elizabeth. Comment. The ever-expanding complete preemption doctrine and the Copyright Act: is this what Congress really wanted? 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 205-231 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mandel, Gregory N. Promoting environmental innovation with intellectual property innovation: a new basis for patent rewards. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 51-69 (2005).

Miller, Seth A. Note. Peer-to-peer file distribution: an analysis of design, liability, litigation, and potential solutions. 25 Rev. Litig. 181-230 (2006). [L]|[W]

Ricks, Cindy. Note. The "printed publication" bar as applied to presentations made at scientific conferences. 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 843-867 (2005). [L]|[W]

Short, Hannah R. Recent development. Implications of Grokster for online ticket sale companies: why online ticket resale sites should be held liable for violating state scalping laws. (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios v. Groker, Ltd., No. 04-480, U.S. June 27, 2005.) 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 181- 203 (2005). [L]|[W]

Shue, Michael C. Casenote. The first case to rule that the federal anti- bootlegging statute is unconstitutional copyright legislation. (United States v. Martignon, 346 F. Supp. 2d 413, S.D.N.Y. 2004.) 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 131-154 (2005). [L]|[W]

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INTERNATIONAL LAW

(For other articles on INTERNATIONAL LAW see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for American University International Law Review, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, European Journal of International Law, Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, Minnesota Journal of International Law and Penn State International Law Review.)

Freshwater, Patricia J. Note. The obligation of non-refoulement under the Convention Against Torture: when has a foreign government acquiesced in the torture of its citizens? 19 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 585-608 (2005). [L]|[W]

Jefferies, Regina. Comment. The equitable application of international law: revised principles for a solution to the Maasai land dispute. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 973-997 (2005). [L]|[W]

Challenges for Managing the Coastal Zones of North America. Introduction by Alfred M. Duda; articles by Richard Kyle Paisley, Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr., Maaria Curlier, Shelby Smith, Juan J. del Toro and Alfredo Tomas Ortega Ojeda. 9 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 167-331 (2004). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Ocean and Coastal Law Journal.)

Supplement: Institute for International Law and Policy 2004 U.S.-China Environmental Law and Policy Roundtable. Introductions by Amelia H. Boss, Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Marcia E. Mulkey; articles by Hari M. Osofsky, Chang Jiewen, Dean Hill Rivkin, Ke Jian, Rebecca M. Bratspies, Wu Changhua, Zunxuan "Digger" Chen, Joseph W. Dellapenna and Li Zhiping; commentaries by William L. Andreen and Wang Mingyuan. 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 219-395 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Temple Journal of Science, Technology & Environmental Law.)

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Bachman, Dara Cox. Comment. Forget NAFTA: how the U.S. can obtain improved protection of copyrighted goods in Mexico through the creation of an open United States-Mexico border. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 427-447 (2005). [L]|[W]

Chen, Jim. Around the world in eighty centiliters. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 1-20 (2006). [L]|[W]

Chung, Lisa Hird. Note. Free trade in human reproductive cells: a solution to procreative tourism and the unregulated Internet. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 263-296 (2006). [L]|[W]

Friedman, Peter M. Note. Risky business: can faulty country risk factors in the prospectuses of U.S. listed Chinese companies raise violations of U.S. securities law? 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 241-278 (2005). [L]|[W]

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JUDGES

Boyle, F. Ladson. The Rehnquist Court: nineteen years of tax decisions. 25 Va. Tax Rev. 451-507 (2005). [L]|[W]

Guiora, Amos N. and student Erin M. Page. Going toe to toe: President Barak's and Chief Rehnquist's theories of judicial activism. 29 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 51-69 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hewitt, James W. Crossing the bar: the relationship of Nebraska's Supreme Court with the bar. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 631-649 (2005). [L]|[W]

Riffle, Christopher. Note. Ducking recusal: Justice Scalia's refusal to recuse himself from Cheney v. United States District Court for the District of Columbia, and the need for a unique recusal standard for Supreme Court Justices. (Cheney v. United States District Court for the District of Columbia, 541 U.S. 913, 2004.) 84 Neb. L. Rev. 650-673 (2005). [L]|[W]

Songer, Michael J. Note. Decline of Title VII disparate impact: the role of the 1991 Civil Rights Act and the ideolgoies of federal judges. 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 247-273 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weir, Kathleen E. Note. Zealous representation: an examination of judicial privilege, the First Amendment, and attorneys' statements to the media. 25 Rev. Litig. 231-250 (2006). [L]|[W]

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JURISDICTION

George, James P. Jurisdictional implications in the reduced funding of lower federal courts. 25 Rev. Litig. 1-77 (2006). [L]|[W]

Helmer, Elizabeth. Comment. The ever-expanding complete preemption doctrine and the Copyright Act: is this what Congress really wanted? 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 205-231 (2005). [L]|[W]

Puder, Markus G. and Michel J. Paque. Tremors in the cooperative environmental federalism arena: what happens when a state wants to assume only portions of a primacy program or return a primacy program?--The Underground Injection Control program under the Safe Drinking Water Act as a case study. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 71-92 (2005).

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JURISPRUDENCE

(For other articles on JURISPRUDENCE see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for International Journal for the Semiotics of Law and Law and Critique.)

Johns, Fleur. Guantanamo Bay and the annihilation of the exception. 16 Eur. J. Int'l L. 613-635 (2005). [L]|[W]

Newcomb, Steven T. On the rightful political heritage of Native Nations. 2 Indigenous Peoples' J.L. Cult. & Resistance 1-10 (2005). [L]|[W]

Going Back to Class? The Reemergence of Class in Critical Race Theory Symposium. Introduction by Megan K. Whyte; articles by Richard Delgado, Rebecca Tsosie, Anthony Paul Farley, E. San Juan, Jr., Jennifer Hochschild, R. Richard Banks and Su Jin Gatlin. 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 1- 132 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Michigan Journal of Race & Law.)

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JUVENILES

DeWard, Marjory E. Comment. Psychological evaluations: their use and misuse in Illinois child abuse and neglect cases. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 971- 1006 (2005). [L]|[W]

Goodfellow, Simon. Note. Who gets the better deal?: A comparison of the U.S. and English infancy doctrines. 29 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 135- 151 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LAND USE PLANNING

Bricklemyer, Eugene C., Jr. et al. Preservation of coastal spaces: a dialogue on Oregon's experience with integrated land use management. 9 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 239-280 (2004). [L]|[W]

Graff, Ariel. Comment. Calibrating the balance of free exercise, religious establishment, and land use regulation: is RLUIPA an unconstitutional response to an overstated problem? 53 UCLA L. Rev. 485- 522 (2005). [L]|[W]

Jaffe, Rachel D. Comment. Stopping sprawl in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: making the case for mandatory urban growth boundaries. 24 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 143-186 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mertes, Corey. Note. God's little acre: religious land use and the separation of church and state. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 221-237 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LAW AND SOCIETY

Balkin, Jack M. How social movements change (or fail to change) the Constitution: the case of the new departure. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 27-65 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kim, Nancy S. Evolving business and social norms and interpretation rules: the need for a dynamic approach to contract disputes. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 506-570 (2005). [L]|[W]

White, Ahmed A. Capitalism, social marginality, and the rule of law's uncertain fate in modern society. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 759-830 (2005). [L]|[W]

Going Back to Class? The Reemergence of Class in Critical Race Theory Symposium. Introduction by Megan K. Whyte; articles by Richard Delgado, Rebecca Tsosie, Anthony Paul Farley, E. San Juan, Jr., Jennifer Hochschild, R. Richard Banks and Su Jin Gatlin. 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 1- 132 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Michigan Journal of Race & Law.)

Special Issue: Essays on Jean-Luc Nancy and Critical Jurisprudence. Guest Editor: Thanos Zartaloudis. Articles by Pablo Sanges Ghetti, Johan Van der Walt, Jorn Ahrens, Perin Matteo, Catherine Kellogg, Peter Goodrich and Thanos Zartaloudis. 16 Law & Critique 255-418 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Law and Critique.)

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LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS

Celli, Melissa A. Note. Jumping the gun: can municipalities be held liable under 42 U.S.C. section 1983 for failing to provide police officers with less-lethal weapons? 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 185-205 (2005). [L]|[W]

Oliver, Lisa C. Note. Mandatory recording of custodial interrogations nationwide: recommending a new model code. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 263-287 (2005). [L]|[W]

Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Articles and Essays Analyzing the Prohibition of Torture Under International Law. Prologue by Claudio Grossman; introduction by Claudia Martin and Diego Rodriguez- Pinzon; articles by Louis-Philippe F. Rouillard, Xavier Andres Flores Aguirre, Elizabeth Vasiliades and David Fernandez Puyana. 21 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev. 1-148 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for American University International Law Review.)

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LEGAL ANALYSIS AND WRITING

Aral, Berdal. An inquiry into the Turkish 'school' of international law. [Review of five Turkish textbooks.] 16 Eur. J. Int'l L. 769-785 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL EDUCATION

Diamond, Randy. Advancing public interest practitioner research skills in legal education. 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 67-140 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL HISTORY

Archuleta, Elizabeth. "That's the place Indians talk about": indigenous narratives of survivance. 2 Indigenous Peoples' J.L. Cult. & Resistance 26-56 (2005). [L]|[W]

Brophy, Alfred L. Reparations talk in college. (Reviewing David Horowitz, Uncivil Wars: The Controversy over Reparations for Slavery.) 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 195-217 (2005). [L]|[W]

Madden, M. Stuart. The cultural evolution of tort law. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 831-860 (2005). [L]|[W]

Volpp, Leti. Divesting citizenship: on Asian American history and the loss of citizenship through marriage. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 405-483 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL PROFESSION

Anderson, Lee. Comment. Preserving adequacy of representation when dropping claims in class actions. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 105-138 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gardner, Richard N. Friedmann Award Address. A life in international law and diplomacy. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 1-16 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hewitt, James W. Crossing the bar: the relationship of Nebraska's Supreme Court with the bar. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 631-649 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weir, Kathleen E. Note. Zealous representation: an examination of judicial privilege, the First Amendment, and attorneys' statements to the media. 25 Rev. Litig. 231-250 (2006). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL RESEARCH AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Diamond, Randy. Advancing public interest practitioner research skills in legal education. 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 67-140 (2005). [L]|[W]

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MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE

Amana, Cheryl E. Drugs, AIDS and reproductive choice: maternal-state conflict continues into the millennium. 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 32-67 (2005). [L]|[W]

Chung, Lisa Hird. Note. Free trade in human reproductive cells: a solution to procreative tourism and the unregulated Internet. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 263-296 (2006). [L]|[W]

Crews, Heather A. Recent development. Women be warned, egg donation isn't all it's cracked up to be: the copulation of science and the courts makes multiple mommies. (K.M. v. E.G., 117 P.3d 673, Cal. 2005.) 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 141-156 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ellis, Theresa E. Note. Loved and lost: breathing life into the rights of noncustodial parents. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 267-310 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hudgeons, Lauren Andrew. Comment. Gestational agreements in Texas: a brave new world. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 863-903 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weissbrodt, David, Ferhat Pekin and Amelia Wilson. Piercing the confidentiality veil: physician testimony in international criminal trials against perpetrators of torture. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 43-109 (2006). [L]|[W]

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MILITARY LAW

Johns, Fleur. Guantanamo Bay and the annihilation of the exception. 16 Eur. J. Int'l L. 613-635 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kaye, David. Adjudicating self-defense: discretion, perception, and the resort to force in international law. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 134-184 (2005). [L]|[W]

Sandholtz, Wayne. The Iraqi National Museum and international law: a duty to protect. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 185-240 (2005). [L]|[W]

Wahlquist, Brian R. Note. Slamming the door on terrorists and the drug trade while increasing legal immigration: temporary deployment of the United States military at the borders. 19 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 551-583 (2005). [L]|[W]

Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Articles and Essays Analyzing the Prohibition of Torture Under International Law. Prologue by Claudio Grossman; introduction by Claudia Martin and Diego Rodriguez- Pinzon; articles by Louis-Philippe F. Rouillard, Xavier Andres Flores Aguirre, Elizabeth Vasiliades and David Fernandez Puyana. 21 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev. 1-148 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for American University International Law Review.)

Symposium: Foreign Occupation and International Law. Articles by Marco Sassoli, Steven R. Ratner, Nehal Bhuta and William Abresch. 16 Eur. J. Int'l L. 661-767 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for European Journal of International Law.)

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MOTOR VEHICLES

Flynn, Michael and John Smith. Florida's no-fault law: to set-off or not to set-off, that is the question. 30 Nova L. Rev. 109-121 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kalin, Matthew C. Note. The 411 on cellular phone use: an analysis of the legislative attempts to regulate cellular phone use by drivers. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 233-262 (2005). [L]|[W]

Powers, Kevin J. Note. David Hasselhoff no longer owns the only talking car: automotive black boxes in criminal law. 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 289- 323 (2005). [L]|[W]

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NATURAL RESOURCES LAW

Elmen, John. Comment. Swimming upstream: a legal analysis of listing Atlantic salmon as an endangered species. 9 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 333-361 (2004). [L]|[W]

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ORGANIZATIONS

Urquhart, Jenny A. Comment. Olympic judging and scoring is far from a perfect ten: why the International Olympic Committee must set standards for judging and scoring to save the Olympic Games. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 475-495 (2005). [L]|[W]

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POLITICS

Chang, Felix B. Note. After Georgia v. Ashcroft: the primacy of proportionality. (Georgia v. Ashcroft, 539 U.S. 461, 2003.) 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 219-246 (2005). [L]|[W]

Koch, Robert A. Note. A wolf in sheep's clothing: Gaffney and the improper role of politics in the districting process. (Gaffney v. Cummings, 412 U.S. 735, 1973.) 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 99-118 (2005). [L]|[W]

Moliterno, James E. Politically motivated bar discipline. 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 725-772 (2005). [L]|[W]

Pitts, Michael J. Let's not call the whole thing off just yet: a response to Samuel Issacharoff's suggestion to scuttle section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 605-630 (2005). [L]|[W]

Reynoso, Julissa. The impact of identity politics and public sector reform on organizing and the practice of democracy. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 149-187 (2005). [L]|[W]

Special Issue: Essays on Jean-Luc Nancy and Critical Jurisprudence. Guest Editor: Thanos Zartaloudis. Articles by Pablo Sanges Ghetti, Johan Van der Walt, Jorn Ahrens, Perin Matteo, Catherine Kellogg, Peter Goodrich and Thanos Zartaloudis. 16 Law & Critique 255-418 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Law and Critique.)

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PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

(For other articles on PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Review of Litigation.)

Anderson, Lee. Comment. Preserving adequacy of representation when dropping claims in class actions. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 105-138 (2005). [L]|[W]

Genetin, Bernadette Bollas. The powers that be: a reexamination of the federal courts' rulemaking and adjudicatory powers in the context of a clash of a congressional statute and a Supreme Court Rule. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 587-680 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kanner, Allan and Tibor Nagy. Exploding the blackmail myth: a new perspective on class action settlements. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 681-704 (2005). [L]|[W]

Morales, Lawrence II. Comment. Isn't that convenient? Texas venue transfers based on convenience after ... (Garza v. Garcia, 137 S.W.3d 36, Tex. 2004.) 57 Baylor L. Rev. 905-935 (2005). [L]|[W]

White, Shelley J. Comment. A critique of Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 25.1. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 937-958 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

Moliterno, James E. Politically motivated bar discipline. 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 725-772 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PROPERTY--PERSONAL AND REAL

Becker, David M. Eroding the common law paradigm for creation of property interests and the hidden costs of law reform. 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 773-842 (2005). [L]|[W]

Farley, Anthony Paul. Accumulation. 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 51-73 (2005). [L]|[W]

Liu, Chenglin. Informal rules, transaction costs, and the failure of the "takings" law in China. 29 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 1-27 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY

DeWard, Marjory E. Comment. Psychological evaluations: their use and misuse in Illinois child abuse and neglect cases. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 971- 1006 (2005). [L]|[W]

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RELIGION

Graff, Ariel. Comment. Calibrating the balance of free exercise, religious establishment, and land use regulation: is RLUIPA an unconstitutional response to an overstated problem? 53 UCLA L. Rev. 485- 522 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lumpkin, Cristina Arana. Comment. Does a pharmacist have the right to refuse to fill a prescription for birth control? 60 U. Miami L. Rev. 105- 130 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mertes, Corey. Note. God's little acre: religious land use and the separation of church and state. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 221-237 (2005). [L]|[W]

Pybas, Kevin. Does the Establishment Clause require religion to be confined to the private sphere? 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 71-112 (2005). [L]|[W]

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REMEDIES

Brophy, Alfred L. Reparations talk in college. (Reviewing David Horowitz, Uncivil Wars: The Controversy over Reparations for Slavery.) 11 Mich. J. Race & L. 195-217 (2005). [L]|[W]

Cohen, Stephen B. Misassigning income: the Supreme Court and attorneys' fees. 25 Va. Tax Rev. 415-449 (2005). [L]|[W]

Levinson, Rosalie Berger. Recognizing a damage remedy to enforce Indiana's Bill of Rights. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 1-40 (2005). [L]|[W]

Quigley, Laura A. Reparation rights tax relief restores human rights as a civil right in tax tort reform. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 41-70 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tilghman, Richard H. IV. Comment. Rethinking constitutional limitations on punitive damages: providing economically efficient incentives to prevent nursing home abuse. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 1007-1038 (2005). [L]|[W]

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

(For other articles on SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology and Temple Journal of Science, Technology & Environmental Law.)

Ricks, Cindy. Note. The "printed publication" bar as applied to presentations made at scientific conferences. 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 843-867 (2005). [L]|[W]

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SECURITIES LAW

Chang, Terry E. Note. The Gold Rush in the East: recent developments in foreign participation within China's securities markets as compared to the Taiwanese model. 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 279-332 (2005). [L]|[W]

Friedman, Peter M. Note. Risky business: can faulty country risk factors in the prospectuses of U.S. listed Chinese companies raise violations of U.S. securities law? 44 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 241-278 (2005). [L]|[W]

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SEXUALITY AND THE LAW

Balsley, Richard H. Comment. Tagging: a proposed framework for constitutional regulation of sexually explicit material available via the World Wide Web. 44 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 93-119 (2005).

Lorenz, Rachel Duffy. Comment. Transgender immigration: legal same-sex marriages and their implications for the Defense of Marriage Act. 53 UCLA L. Rev. 523-559 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weiner, Courtney. Note. Sex education: recognizing anti-gay harassment as sex discrimination under Title VII and Title IX. 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 189-234 (2005). [L]|[W]

Symposium: Privacy and Identity: Constructing, Maintaining, and Protecting Personhood. Introduction by Joshua Herman; articles by Lior Jacob Strahilevitz, Linda C. McClain, Jonathan Kahn, Vincent J. Samar, Christopher Slobogin, Richard Warner, Lee Tien and Donald H.J. Hermann. 54 DePaul L. Rev. 657-969 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for DePaul Law Review.)

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SPORTS

Fletcher, Matthew L.M. The legal fiction of gridiron Cowboys and Indians. 2 Indigenous People's J.L. Cult. & Resistance 11-21 (2005).

Samson, Clete. Comment. No time like the present: why recent events should spur Congress to enact a Sports Violence Act. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 949-972 (2005). [L]|[W]

Scott, Nathan R. Take us back to the ball game: the laws and policy of professional sports ticket prices. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 37-72 (2005). [L]|[W]

Urquhart, Jenny A. Comment. Olympic judging and scoring is far from a perfect ten: why the International Olympic Committee must set standards for judging and scoring to save the Olympic Games. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 475-495 (2005). [L]|[W]

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TAXATION--FEDERAL ESTATE & GIFT

Irwin, Dana R. Removing the scaffolding: the QTIP Provisions and the ownership fiction. 84 Neb. L. Rev. 571-604 (2005). [L]|[W]

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TAXATION--FEDERAL INCOME

(For other articles on TAXATION--FEDERAL INCOME see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Virginia Tax Review.)

Lynch, John A., Jr. Travel expense deductions under I.R.C. section 162(a)(2)--what part of "home" don't you understand? 57 Baylor L. Rev. 705-784 (2005). [L]|[W]

Quigley, Laura A. Reparation rights tax relief restores human rights as a civil right in tax tort reform. 40 Val. U. L. Rev. 41-70 (2005). [L]|[W]

Schultz, Tricia. Note. The continuing contingent fee tax issue: Congress and the Supreme Court fail to provide complete relief to taxpayers. (Comm'r v. Banks, 125 S. Ct. 826, 2005.) 74 UMKC L. Rev. 239- 262 (2005). [L]|[W]

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TAXATION--TRANSNATIONAL

Avi-Yonah, Reuven S. All of a piece throughout: the four ages of U.S. international taxation. 25 Va. Tax Rev. 313-338 (2005). [L]|[W]

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TORTS

Adams, William E., Jr. Tort law: 2003-05 review of Florida law. 30 Nova L. Rev. 75-108 (2005). [L]|[W]

Flynn, Michael and John Smith. Florida's no-fault law: to set-off or not to set-off, that is the question. 30 Nova L. Rev. 109-121 (2005). [L]|[W]

Flynt, Joshua. Comment. Saved by the bell: an overview of liability rules for professional employees of Texas school districts. 57 Baylor L. Rev. 833-861 (2005). [L]|[W]

Madden, M. Stuart. The cultural evolution of tort law. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 831-860 (2005). [L]|[W]

Samson, Clete. Comment. No time like the present: why recent events should spur Congress to enact a Sports Violence Act. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 949-972 (2005). [L]|[W]

Wientge, Joe. Comment. Foreseeable change: the need for modification of the foreseeability standard in cases resulting from terrorist acts after September 11th. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 165-196 (2005). [L]|[W]

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TRADE REGULATION

Blair, Roger D., Jill Boylston Herdon and John E. Lopatka. Resale price maintenance and the private antitrust plaintiff. 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 657-723 (2005). [L]|[W]

Johansen, Erik. I say antitrust; you say anticompetitive: why bridging the divide between U.S. and EU competition policy makes economic sense. 24 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 331-351 (2005). [L]|[W]

Scott, Nathan R. Take us back to the ball game: the laws and policy of professional sports ticket prices. 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 37-72 (2005). [L]|[W]

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TRUSTS

Haynes, Jessica. Comment. Quieting the "noisy" trusts of the Missouri Uniform Trust Code. 74 UMKC L. Rev. 139-163 (2005). [L]|[W]

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WATER LAW

(For other articles on WATER LAW see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Ocean and Coastal Law Journal.)

Tarlock, Dan. Five views of the Great Lakes and why they might matter. 15 Minn. J. Int'l L. 21-41 (2006). [L]|[W]

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WOMEN

Goodmark, Leigh. Telling stories, saving lives: The Battered Mothers' Testimony Project, women's narratives, and court reform. 37 Ariz. St. L.J. 709-757 (2005). [L]|[W]

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