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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Martinac, Ida. Student article. Considering environmental justice in the decision to unbundle Renewable Energy Certificates. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 491-529 (2005). [L]|[W]

McDonald, Barry P. Government regulation or other "abridgements" of scientific research: the proper scope of judicial review under the First Amendment. 54 Emory L.J. 979-1091 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mumme, Stephen P. Developing treaty compatible watershed management reforms for the U.S.-Mexico border: the case for strengthening the International Boundary and Water Commission. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 929-955 (2005). [L]|[W]

Occhialino, Anne Noel and Daniel Vail. Why the EEOC (still) matters. 22 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 671-708 (2005). [L] |[W]

Ritchie, Lucus. Student article. The failure of the National Historic Preservation Act in the Missouri River Basin and a proposed solution. 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 1-17 (2005). [L ]|[W]

"City Rivers." Introduction by Paul Stanton Kibel; articles by Richard Roos-Collins, Robert Gottlieb, Andrea Misako Azuma, Ron Love, Christopher Theriot, Kelly Tzoumis, Betsy Hemming and Uwe Steven Brandes. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 285-428 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

Missouri River Cases. Introduction by student Michael S. Houdyshell; casenotes by Ross K. Den Herder, Michael S. Houdyshell and Karla Hauk. 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 28-77 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Great Plains Natural Resources Journal.)

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AGRICULTURE LAW

Catechi, David. Note. Two wrongs don't make a patent right. 56 Hastings L.J. 769-799 (2005). [L]|[W]

Frank, Loralea. Casenote. Procedural mishaps created a big stink for residents of Yankton County: zoning attempts to limit a concentrated feedlot operation in South Dakota. (Heine Farms v. Yankton County, 649 N.W.2d 597, 2002.) 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 89-113 (2005). [L]|[W]

Garry, Kelly Connelly. Comment. Managing carbon in a world economy: the role of American agriculture. 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 18-27 (2005). [L]|[W]

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AIR AND SPACE LAW

Kramer, Dan. Student article. How airport noise and airport privatization effect economic development in communities surrounding U.S. airports. 31 Transp. L.J. 213-247 (2004). [L]|[W]

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ARTS AND LITERATURE

(For articles on ARTS AND LITERATURE see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review and Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities.)

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BANKING AND FINANCE

Alford, Duncan E. Core principles for effective banking supervision: an enforceable international financial standard? 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 237-297 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Bradlow, Daniel D. Private complainants and international organizations: a comparative study of the independent inspection mechanisms international financial institutions. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 403-494 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hagan, Sean. Designing a legal framework to restructure sovereign debt. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 299-402 (2005). [L]|[W]

Peterson, Christopher L. Federalism and predatory lending: unmasking the deregulatory agenda. 78 Temp. L. Rev. 1-98 (2005). [L]|[W]

Stark, Debra Pogrund. Unmasking the predatory loan in sheep's clothing: a legislative proposal. 21 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 129-162 (2005). [L]|[W]

Waszak, John D.G. Note. The obstacles to suppressing radical Islamic terrorist financing. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 673-710 (2004). [L]|[W]

The Anti-Terrorist Financing Guidelines: The Impact on International Philanthropy: A Symposium Held at Pace University School of Law, December 3, 2004. Articles by Marcus S. Owens, Nina J. Crimm, Daniel J. Mitchell, Victoria B. Bjorklund, Jennifer I. Reynoso, Abbey Hazlett, Barnett F. Baron, Laila Al-Marayati, M.D., and Matthew J. Piers. 25 Pace L. Rev. 193- 353 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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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 Chicano-Latino Law Review and Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal.)

Baynes, Leonard M. Making the case for a compelling governmental interest and re-establishing FCC affirmative action programs for broadcast licensing. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 235-300 (2004). [L]|[W]

Blum, Karen M. Support your local[strikethrough] sheriff: suing sheriffs under section 1983. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 623-728 (2005). [L]|[W]

Borgida, Eugene, Corrie Hunt and Anita Kim. On the use of gender stereotyping research in sex discrimination litigation. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 613-628 (2005). [L]|[W]

Goldscheid, Julie. The civil rights remedy of the 1994 Violence Against Women Act: struck down but not ruled out. 39 Fam. L.Q. 157-180 (2005). [L]|[W]

Goluboff, Risa Lauren. "Let economic equality take care of itself": the NAACP, labor litigation, and the making of civil rights in the 1940s. 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1393-1486 (2005). [L]|[W]

Johnson, Anne E. Note. Evening the playing field: tailoring the allocation of the burden of proof at IDEA due process hearings to balance children's rights and schools' needs. 46 B.C. L. Rev. 591-623 (2005). [L]|[W]

Stinnett, Nathaniel. Note. Defining away religious freedom in Europe: how four democracies get away with discriminating against minority religions. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 429-451 (2005). [ L]|[W]

The 40th Anniversary of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Symposium. Introduction by Assoc. Just. Ruth Bader Ginsburg; articles by Ann Hopkins, Beth Ann Faragher, Robert Belton, Christopher Ho, Jennifer C. Chang, Miriam A. Cherry, Richard N. Appel, Alison L. Gray, Nilufer Loy, Ronald Turner, Ann C. Hodges, Thomas H. Barnard, Adrienne L. Rapp, Anne Noel Occhialino and Daniel Vail; notes by Olivia P. Dirig, Mahra Sarofsky, Dana K. Scalere and Corinne D. Sorisi. 22 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 353- 790 (2005). [L] |[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal.)

Symposium: Sentencing and Punishment. Articles by Peter B. Rutledge, Richard Braunstein, Amy Schweinle, Carole Goldberg, Duane Champagne, Danelle J. Daugherty and John Hagemann; student articles by Michelle L. DeWaelsche, Joshua Houy, Nicci Lovre-Laughlin and Hilary Williamson. 50 S.D. L. Rev. 427-752 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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COMMERCIAL LAW

Oyarzabal, Mario J.A. Jurisdiction over international electronic contracts: a view on Inter-American, MERCOSUR, and Argentine rules. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp.L.J. 87-103 (2005).

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COMMUNICATIONS LAW

Baynes, Leonard M. Making the case for a compelling governmental interest and re-establishing FCC affirmative action programs for broadcast licensing. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 235-300 (2004). [L]|[W]

Calvert, Clay. Victories for privacy and losses for journalism? Five privacy controversies from 2004 and their policy implications for the future of reportage. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 649-697 (2005). [L]|[W]

Crescenti, Brooke E. Note. Undercover marketing: if omission is the mission, where is the Federal Trade Commission? 13 J.L. & Pol'y 699-739 (2005). [L]|[W]

Franklin, Scott. Comment. What is so B-A-D about D.A.B.? How high definition radio affects the producers of sound recordings. 25 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 203-244 (2004-2005). [L]|[W]

Lenhardt, Erin. Note. Why so glum? Toward a fair balance of competitive interests in direct-to-consumer advertising and the well-being of the mentally ill consumers it targets. 15 Health Matrix 165-204 (2005). [L]|[W]

Piety, Tamara R. Grounding Nike: exposing Nike's quest for a constitutional right to lie. 78 Temp. L. Rev. 151-200 (2005). [L]|[W]

Venable, Shannon S. Comment. A call to action: Georgia must adopt new standard of care, licensure, reimbursement, and privacy laws for telemedicine. 54 Emory L.J. 1183-1217 (2005). [L]|[W]

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COMPARATIVE LAW

Andrews, David R. A thorn on the tulip--a Scoittish trial in the Netherlands: the story behind the Lockerbie Trial. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 307-318 (2004). [L]|[W]

Dickerson, Hollin K. Comment. Vindication without substance: gender recognition and the Human Rights Act. 40 Tex. Int'l L.J. 807-835 (2005). [L]|[W]

Doron, Israel and Manal Totry-Jubran. Too little, too late? An American amicus in an Israeli court. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 105-131 (2005). [L]|[W]

Fiebig, Andre. Modernization of European competition law as a form of convergence. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 63-86 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Filosa, Gregory N. Comment. International pension reform: lessons for the United States. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 133-161 (2005). [L]|[W]

Huang, Thomas Weishing. Judicial activism in the transitional polity: the Council of Grand Justices in Taiwan. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 1-61 (2005). [L] |[W]

Lopez, Maria Pabon. The place of the undocumented worker in the United States legal system after Hoffman Plastic Compounds: an assessment and comparison with Argentina's legal system. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 301-335 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Malone, Andrew R. Note. Water now: the impact of Israel's security fence on Palestinian water rights and agriculture in the West Bank. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 639-671 (2004). [L]|[W]

Markesinis, Basil. French system builders and English problem solvers: missed and emerging opportunities for convergence of French and English law. 40 Tex. Int'l L.J. 663-689 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mulcahy, Conor. Note. Unfair consequences: how the reforms to the rule against hearsay in the Criminal Justice Act 2003 violate a defendant's right to a fair trial under the European Convention on Human Rights. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 405-427 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Oyarzabal, Mario J.A. Jurisdiction over international electronic contracts: a view on Inter-American, MERCOSUR, and Argentine rules. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp.L.J. 87-103 (2005).

Scalere, Dana K. and Corinne D. Note. The argument for a hybrid retaliation law: a comparative law study to define retaliation under Title VII by comparing the United Kingdom, including the European Union, Australia, and Canada. 22 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 751-790 (2005). [L] |[W]

Sharma, Kavita. Note. From the Mayan machaquila stele to Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep's head: United States courts' enforcement of foreign national patrimony laws after United States v. Schultz. 56 Hastings L.J. 749-768 (2005). [L]|[W]

Stinnett, Nathaniel. Note. Defining away religious freedom in Europe: how four democracies get away with discriminating against minority religions. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 429-451 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Taylor, Nyssa. Comment. England and Australia relax the double jeopardy privilege for those convicted of serious crimes. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 189-218 (2005). [L]|[W]

Yin, Dina Jie. Note. Investor regulations: an American answer to a Chinese problem. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 397-422 (2004). [L]|[W]

"U.S.-Mexican Relations: Bridging Borders or Burning Bridges?" Foreword by Lauren J. Chen, Symposium Editor, and Chloe A. Brooke, Editor in Chief; articles by David L. Markell, Deborah M. Weissman, Tisha R. Tallman, David Barkin, Stephen P. Mumme, Leonora Rojas-Bracho, Veronica Garibay-Bravo, Paul Miller, Richard Halvey, Adrian Fernandez-Bermauntz, Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid, Pablo Ruiz Napoles and Juan Carlos Rivas Valdivia. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 759-1023 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for North Carolina Journal of International Law & Commercial Regulation.)

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COMPUTER LAW

Howell, Marcus. Note. The misapplication of the DMCA to the aftermarket. 11 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 128-153 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Rothchild, John A. The incredible shrinking first-sale rule: are software resale limits lawful? 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 1-106 (2004). [L]|[W]

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CONFLICT OF LAWS

Braunig, Lindsay Traylor. Note. Statutory interpretation in a choice of law context. 80 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1050-1078 (2005). [L]|[W]

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

(For other articles on CONSTITUTIONAL LAW see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Constitutional Commentary.)

Jones, Geoffrey L. "Goodbye to all that": eminent domain compensation when a proposed cure contemplates the use or destruction of property outside the area of taking. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 805-816 (2005). [L]|[W]

Komp, Kathryn Elizabeth. Note. Unincorporated, unprotected: religion in an established state. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 301-337 (2005). [L]|[W]

Levinson, Sanford. Melville B. Nimmer Memorial Lecture. The pedagogy of the First Amendment: why teaching about freedom of speech raises unique (and perhaps insurmountable) problems for conscientious teachers and their students. 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1359-1391 (2005). [L]|[W]

McDonald, Barry P. Government regulation or other "abridgements" of scientific research: the proper scope of judicial review under the First Amendment. 54 Emory L.J. 979-1091 (2005). [L]|[W]

McGinnis, Matthew L. Note. Sex, but not the city: adult-entertainment zoning, the First Amendment, and residential and rural municipalities. 46 B.C. L. Rev. 625-659 (2005). [L]|[W]

Rappaport, Michael B. The original meaning of the Recess Appointments Clause. 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1487-1578 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tebbe, Nelson. Free exercise and the problem of symmetry. 56 Hastings L.J. 699-748 (2005). [L]|[W]

Readings of Lawrence v. Texas. Foreword by John G. Culhane; articles by Arthur S. Leonard, Christopher R. Leslie, Erin Daly, David B. Cruz, John G. Culhane, Robert Justin Lipkin, student Craig Willse and Dean Spade. 11 Widener L. Rev. i-ii, 171-329 (2005).

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

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CONTRACTS

Lipshaw, Jeffrey M. The bewitchment of intelligence: language and ex post illusions of intention. 78 Temp. L. Rev. 99-150 (2005).~ [L]|[W]

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CORPORATIONS

Elhauge, Einer. Sacrificing corporate profits in the public interest. 80 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 733-869 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hankinson, Jamie Dietrich. Comment. Golden parachute tax provisions fall flat: tax gross-ups soften their impact to executives and Square D overinflates their coverage. (Square D Company v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 121 T.C. 168, 2003.) 34 Stetson L. Rev. 767-803 (2005). [L]|[W]

Litwiller, Lisa. From Exxon to Engle: the futility of assessing punitive damages as against corporate entities. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 301-395 (2004). [L]|[W]

Penski, Rachel. Note. The case of CEO Richard Grasso and the NYSE: proposals for controlling executive compensation at public nonprofit corporations. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 339-382 (2005). [L]|[W]

Urbanski, Mark D. Comment. U.S. corporate taxes--the status quo is not an option. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 219-239 (2005). [L]|[W]

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COURTS

Castleton, Judge Lowell D. et al. Ada County Family Violence Court: shaping the means to better the result. 39 Fam. L.Q. 27-52 (2005). [L]|[W]

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CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE

Bowman, Frank O., III. Murder, meth, Mammon, and moral values: the political landscape of American sentencing reform. 44 Washburn L.J. 495- 515 (2005). [L]|[W]

Brickey, Kathleen F. Mostly Martha. 44 Washburn L.J. 517-551 (2005). [L]|[W]

Castillo, Melissa L. Comment. A duty to warn: representing the non- citizen in a criminal case. (State v. Muriithi, 46 P.3d 1145, Kan. 2002.) 44 Washburn L.J. 627-663 (2005). [L]|[W]

Colangelo, Anthony J. The new universal jurisdiction: in absentia signaling over clearly defined crimes. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 537-603 (2005). [L]|[W]

Combs, Nathan Isaac. Note. Civil aiding and abetting liability. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 241-299 (2005). [L]|[W]

Davis, Amanda O. Comment. Clarifying the issue of consent: the evolution of post-penetration rape law. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 729-766 (2005). [L]|[W]

Diffily, Kelly. Comment. PROTECTing the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: a look at Congress' prohibition of cultural differences in federal sentencing determinations in the wake of the 2003 PROTECT Act. 78 Temp. L. Rev. 255-286 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gazer, Raymond E. Comment. The presumption of innocence: why should the accused care whether he is being detained before trial for regulatory or punitive reasons? Jail is still jail: re-examining the judicial gloss that has diluted the Bail Reform Act. (United States v. Goba, 240 F. Supp. 2d 242, W.D.N.Y. 2003.) 25 Pace L. Rev. 355-382 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gray, William A. Note. A proposal for change in statutes of limitations in childhood sexual abuse cases. 43 Brandeis L.J. 493-509 (2005). [L]|[W]

Green, Stuart P. Theft by coercion: extortion, blackmail, and hard bargaining. 44 Washburn L.J. 553-581 (2005). [L]|[W]

James, Katharine A. Comment. Standard operating procedure: take it all off. (N.G. ex rel. S.C. v. Connecticut, 382 F.3d 225, 2d Cir. 2004.) 44 Washburn L.J. 665-691 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kough, Rebecca. Note. The Foreign Corrupt Practice Act: it's time to cut back the grease and add some guidance. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 379-403 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Leisinger, Amy L. Comment. A criminal defendant's inability to sue his lawyer for malpractice: the other side of the exoneration rule. (Canaan v. Bartee, 72 P.3d 911, Kan. 2003.) 44 Washburn L.J. 693-727 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mulcahy, Conor. Note. Unfair consequences: how the reforms to the rule against hearsay in the Criminal Justice Act 2003 violate a defendant's right to a fair trial under the European Convention on Human Rights. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 405-427 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Mulvey, Edward P. Assessing the likelihood of future violence individuals with mental illness: current knowledge and future issues. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 629-647 (2005). [L]|[W]

Otterberg, April A. Note. GPS tracking technology: the case for revisiting Knotts and shifting the Supreme Court's theory of the public space under the Fourth Amendment. 46 B.C. L. Rev. 661-704 (2005). [L]|[W]

Podgor, Ellen S. Arthur Andersen, LLP and Martha Stewart: should materiality be an element of obstruction of justice? 44 Washburn L.J. 583- 601 (2005). [L]|[W]

Reed, Thomas J. Admitting the accused's criminal history: the trouble with Rule 404(b). 78 Temp. L. Rev. 201-253 (2005). [L]|[W]

Robinson, Paul H. and Michael T. Cahill. The accelerating degradation of American criminal codes. 56 Hastings L.J. 633-655 (2005). [L]|[W]

Slobogin, Christopher. The civilization of the criminal law. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 121-168 (2005). [L]|[W]

Smartt, Nancy Serano. Note. What Breard and its progeny mean for Aveno and Other Mexican Nationals. (Mexico's Application Instituting Proceedings [Mex. v. U.S.], 2003 I.C.J. Pleadings [Avena and Other Mexican Nationals], Jan. 9, 2003, at http://www.icj- cij.org/icjwww/idocket/imus/imusorder/imus_iapplication_20030109.PDF.) 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 163-188 (2005). [L]|[W]

Taylor, Nyssa. Comment. England and Australia relax the double jeopardy privilege for those convicted of serious crimes. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 189-218 (2005). [L]|[W]

Thomas, Sarah L. Comment. A legislative challenge: a proposed model statute to provide for the appointment of counsel in state habeas corpus proceedings for indigent petitioners. 54 Emory L.J. 1139-1182 (2005). [L]|[W]

Waszak, John D.G. Note. The obstacles to suppressing radical Islamic terrorist financing. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 673-710 (2004). [L]|[W]

Weissman, Deborah M. The political economy of violence: toward an understanding of the gender-based murders of Ciudad Juarez. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 795-867 (2005). [L]|[W]

Zacharias, Fred C. The role of prosecutors in serving justice after convictions. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 171-239 (2005). [L]|[W]

The Anti-Terrorist Financing Guidelines: The Impact on International Philanthropy: A Symposium Held at Pace University School of Law, December 3, 2004. Articles by Marcus S. Owens, Nina J. Crimm, Daniel J. Mitchell, Victoria B. Bjorklund, Jennifer I Reynoso, Abbey Hazlett, Barnett F. Baron, Laila Al-Marayati, M.D., and Matthew J. Piers. 25 Pace L. Rev. 193- 353 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Hernandez v. Texas. Foreword by Michael A. Olivas; articles by Laura E. Gomez, Ian Haney Lopez, Clare Sheridan, Sandra Guerra Thompson, Neil Foley, Kevin R. Johnson and Steven Harmon Wilson. 25 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 1-225 (2005).

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Chicano-Latino Law Review.)

Special Issue on Domestic Violence. Introduction by Lisae C. Jordan; articles by Margaret Drew, Judge Lowell D. Castleton, Bruce J. Castleton, Melissa M. Bonney, Amber M. Moe, Jane C. Murphy, Robert Rubinson, Nancy S. Erickson, Catherine F. Kelin, Leslye E. Orloff, Julie Goldscheid, Linda M. Rio Reichmann and students Hema Sarangapani, Pamela Saperstein and Annette M. Gonzalez; book review by Allen M. Bailey. 39 Fam. L.Q. 1-246 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Family Law Quarterly.)

Symposium: Sentencing and Punishment. Articles by Peter B. Rutledge, Richard Braunstein, Amy Schweinle, Carole Goldberg, Duane Champagne, Danelle J. Daugherty and John Hagemann; student articles by Michelle L. DeWaelsche, Joshua Houy, Nicci Lovre-Laughlin and Hilary Williamson. 50 S.D. L. Rev. 427-752 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

Symposium: "Terrorism on Trial". Editor's note by Amy E. Miller; foreword by Michael P. Scharf and Editor Amy E. Miller; keynote address by M. Cherif Bassiouni; articles by David R. Andrews, Amos Guiora, Mark A. Drumbl, Mary Ellen O'Connell, Michael P. Scharf, Alex Schmid, Bruce Broomhall, Robert Black, John P. Grant, Julian B. Knowles, Steve Emerson, Robert C. Mirone, Allan Gerson, Jonathan Leiken, Toni Locy, Andrew C. McCarthy, Gregory P. Noone, Diana C. Noone, Scott L. Silliman and Judge Evan J. Wallach. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 287-638 (2004). [L]|[W]

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

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DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Murphy, Jane C. and Robert Rubinson. Domestic violence and mediation: responding to the challenges of crafting effective screens. 39 Fam. L.Q. 53-85 (2005). [L]|[W]

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DOMESTIC RELATIONS

(For other articles on DOMESTIC RELATIONS see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Family Law Quarterly.)

Romero, Victor C. Asians, gay marriage, and immigration: family unification at a crossroads. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 337-347 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Schwartzreich, Lauren. Restructuring the framework for legal analyses of gay parenting. 21 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 109-127 (2005). [L]|[W]

Readings of Lawrence v. Texas. Foreword by John G. Culhane; articles by Arthur S. Leonard, Christopher R. Leslie, Erin Daly, David B. Cruz, John G. Culhane, Robert Justin Lipkin, student Craig Willse and Dean Spade. 11 Widener L. Rev. i-ii, 171-329 (2005).

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

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ECONOMICS

Fisher, William O. Does the efficient market theory help us do justice in a time of madness? 54 Emory L.J. 843-978 (2005). [L]|[W]

Moreno-Brid, Juan Carlos, Pablo Ruiz Napoles and Juan Carlos Rivas Valdivia. NAFTA and the Mexican economy: a look back on a ten-year relationship. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 997-1023 (2005). [L]|[W]

Salzman, James. Creating markets for ecosystem services: notes from the field. 80 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 870-961 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weissman, Deborah M. The political economy of violence: toward an understanding of the gender-based murders of Ciudad Juarez. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 795-867 (2005). [L]|[W]

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EDUCATION LAW

Hibbett, Ashley M. The enigma of the stigma: a case study on the validity of the stigma arguments made in opposition to affirmative action programs in higher education. 21 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 75-107 (2005). [L]|[W]

Horwitz, Paul. Grutter's First Amendment. 46 B.C. L. Rev. 461-590 (2005). [L]|[W]

Johnson, Anne E. Note. Evening the playing field: tailoring the allocation of the burden of proof at IDEA due process hearings to balance children's rights and schools' needs. 46 B.C. L. Rev. 591-623 (2005). [L]|[W]

Noah, Lars. Medical education and malpractice: what's the connection? 15 Health Matrix 149-163 (2005). [L]|[W]

Rhymer, Rebecca Ness. Note. Taking back the power: federal vs. state regulation on postsecondary education benefits for illegal immigrants. 44 Washburn L.J. 603-625 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ruge, Thomas R. and Angela D. Iza. Higher education for undocumented students: the case for open admission and in-state tuition rates for students without lawful immigration status. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 257-278 (2005). [ L]|[W]

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ELDER LAW

Bethard, Rebecca. Note. Physician self-referral: beyond Stark II. 43 Brandeis L.J. 465-491 (2005). [L]|[W]

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EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE

Jones, Amos N. and D. Alexander Ewing. Student article. The Ghost of Wards Cove: the Supreme Court, the Bush Administration, and the ideology undermining Title VII. 21 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 163-184 (205). [L]|[W]

The 40th Anniversary of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Symposium. Introduction by Assoc. Just. Ruth Bader Ginsburg; articles by Ann Hopkins, Beth Ann Faragher, Robert Belton, Christopher Ho, Jennifer C. Chang, Miriam A. Cherry, Richard N. Appel, Alison L. Gray, Nilufer Loy, Ronald Turner, Ann C. Hodges, Thomas H. Barnard, Adrienne L. Rapp, Anne Noel Occhialino and Daniel Vail; notes by Olivia P. Dirig, Mahra Sarofsky, Dana K. Scalere and Corinne D. Sorisi. 22 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 353- 790 (2005). [L] |[W]

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ENERGY AND UTILITIES LAW

Martinac, Ida. Student article. Considering environmental justice in the decision to unbundle Renewable Energy Certificates. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 491-529 (2005). [L]|[W]

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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

Barkin, David. The social and environmental impacts of the Corporate Responsibility Movement in Mexico since NAFTA. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 895-928 (2005). [L]|[W]

Brim, Danielle. Note. The roles of precaution and political accountability in the regulation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers. 38 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 791-824 (2005).

Garry, Kelly Connelly. Comment. Managing carbon in a world economy: the role of American agriculture. 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 18-27 (2005). [L]|[W]

Goodson, Susanne. Comment. Charting a course through nonnavigable waters using the SWANCC compass. (Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County v. United States Army Corps of Engineers [SWANCC], 531 U.S. 159, 2001.) 78 Temp. L. Rev. 287-326 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hobart, Joy. Casenote. Federal v. state authority within the Clean Air Act: allowing the Inupiaq to breathe easier. (Alaska Dep't of Envtl. Conservation v. Envtl. Prot. Agency, 124 S. Ct. 983, 2004.) 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 114-127 (2005). [L]|[W]

Kramer, Dan. Student article. How airport noise and airport privatization effect economic development in communities surrounding U.S. airports. 31 Transp. L.J. 213-247 (2004). [L]|[W]

Malloy, Timothy F. and Peter Sinsheimer. Innovation, regulation and the selection environment. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 183-233 (2004). [L]|[W]

Markell, David L. Governance of international institutions: a review of the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation's citizen submissions process. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 759-793 (2005). [L]|[W]

Rojas-Bracho, Leonora et al. Mexico-United States: bridging the borders in air quality issues. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 957-996 (2005). [L]|[W]

Salzman, James. Creating markets for ecosystem services: notes from the field. 80 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 870-961 (2005). [L]|[W]

Environmental Law Journal. Symposium Edition. "City Rivers" introduction by Paul Stanton Kibel, articles by Richard Roos-Collins, Robert Gottlieb, Andrea Misako Azuma, Ron Love, Christopher Theriot, Kelly Tzoumis, Betsy Hemming and Uwe Steven Brandes; student articles by Angela Lipanovich and Ida Martinac. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 285-529 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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EVIDENCE

Borgida, Eugene, Corrie Hunt and Anita Kim. On the use of gender stereotyping research in sex discrimination litigation. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 613-628 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mulcahy, Conor. Note. Unfair consequences: how the reforms to the rule against hearsay in the Criminal Justice Act 2003 violate a defendant's right to a fair trial under the European Convention on Human Rights. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 405-427 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Reed, Thomas J. Admitting the accused's criminal history: the trouble with Rule 404(b). 78 Temp. L. Rev. 201-253 (2005). [L]|[W]

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FOOD AND DRUG LAW

Lenhardt, Erin. Note. Why so glum? Toward a fair balance of competitive interests in direct-to-consumer advertising and the well-being of the mentally ill consumers it targets. 15 Health Matrix 165-204 (2005). [L]|[W]

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HEALTH LAW AND POLICY

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Bethard, Rebecca. Note. Physician self-referral: beyond Stark II. 43 Brandeis L.J. 465-491 (2005). [L]|[W]

Brim, Danielle. Note. The roles of precaution and political accountability in the regulation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers. 38 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 791-824 (2005).

Science for Judges IV: Agent Orange Revisited and Human Behavior Research. Introduction by Margaret A. Berger; articles by Jeanne Mager Stellman, Steven D. Stellman, David A. Butler, Irva Hertz-Picciotto, Mark Brown, Eugene Borgida, Corrie Hunt, Anita Kim and Edward P. Mulvey. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 499-647 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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HOUSING LAW

Freedman, Michael. Note. In search of congressional intent: does LIHPRHA restrict state and local governments from preserving affordable housing? 13 J.L. & Pol'y 741-805 (2005). [L]|[W]

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HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

Broomhall, Bruce. State actors in an international definition of terrorism from a human rights perspective. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 421-441 (2004). [L]|[W]

Dickerson, Hollin K. Comment. Vindication without substance: gender recognition and the Human Rights Act. 40 Tex. Int'l L.J. 807-835 (2005). [L]|[W]

Panditaratne, Dinusha. Rights-based approaches to examining waiver clauses in peace treaties: lessons from the Japanese forced labor litigation in Californian courts. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 299-351 (2005). [ L]|[W]

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IMMIGRATION LAW

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Castillo, Melissa L. Comment. A duty to warn: representing the non- citizen in a criminal case. (State v. Muriithi, 46 P.3d 1145, Kan. 2002.) 44 Washburn L.J. 627-663 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ho, Christopher and Jennifer C. Chang. Drawing the line after Hoffman Plastic Compounds, Inc. v. NLRB: strategies for protecting undocumented workers in the Title VII context and beyond. 22 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 473-531 (2005). [L] |[W]

Klein, Catherine F., Leslye E. Orloff and student Hema Sarangapani. Border crossings: understanding the civil, criminal, and immigration implications for battered women fleeing across state lines with their children. 39 Fam. L.Q. 109-156 (2005). [L]|[W]

Rhymer, Rebecca Ness. Note. Taking back the power: federal vs. state regulation on postsecondary education benefits for illegal immigrants. 44 Washburn L.J. 603-625 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tallman, Tisha R. Liberty, justice, and equality: an examination of past, present, and proposed immigration policy reform legislation. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 869-893 (2005). [L]|[W]

Focus Issue: The Weaving of Culture, Values, and Law--Immigration Trends and Challenges. Articles by Thomas R. Ruge, Angela D. Iza, Jeff Papa, Maria Pabon Lopez and Victor C. Romero; note by Justin C. Glon. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 257-388 (2005). [ L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Indiana International & Comparative Law Review.)

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

Aljalian, Natasha N. The role of patent scope in biopharmaceutical patents. 11 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 1-76 (2005). [L]|[W]

Anderson, Joel. Comment. What's wrong with this picture? Dead or alive: protecting actors in the age of vitual reanimation. 25 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 155-202 (2004-2005). [L]|[W]

Catechi, David. Note. Two wrongs don't make a patent right. 56 Hastings L.J. 769-799 (2005). [L]|[W]

Franklin, Scott. Comment. What is so B-A-D about D.A.B.? How high definition radio affects the producers of sound recordings. 25 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 203-244 (2004-2005). [L]|[W]

Howell, Marcus. Note. The misapplication of the DMCA to the aftermarket. 11 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 128-153 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Koker, Debra. Legal update. Fulfilling the "due care" requirement after ... (Knorr-Breme System Fuer Nutzfahrzeuge GmbH v. Dana Corp., 383 F.3d 1337, Fed. Cir. 2004.) 11 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 154-163 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Rothchild, John A. The incredible shrinking first-sale rule: are software resale limits lawful? 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 1-106 (2004). [L]|[W]

Susman, Jordan. Note. Your karma ran over my dogma[:] Bikram Yoga and the (im)possibilities of copyrighting yoga. 25 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 245- 274 (2004-2005). [L]|[W]

Weng, Li-Hua. Preamble interpretation: clarifying the "giving life, meaning and vitality" language. 11 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 77-101 (2005). [L] |[W]

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INTERNATIONAL LAW

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American Bar Association. Immigration and Nationality Committee. The Canada-U.S. border: balancing trade, security and migrant rights in the post-9/11 era. Report written by Donald Kerwin, Chair, et al. 19 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 199-243 (2004). [L]|[W]

The Anti-Terrorist Financing Guidelines: The Impact on International Philanthropy: A Symposium Held at Pace University School of Law, December 3, 2004. Articles by Marcus S. Owens, Nina J. Crimm, Daniel J. Mitchell, Victoria B. Bjorklund, Jennifer I. Reynoso, Abbey Hazlett, Barnett F. Baron, Laila Al-Marayati, M.D., and Matthew J. Piers. 25 Pace L. Rev. 193- 353 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE

American Bar Association. Immigration and Nationality Committee. The Canada-U.S. border: balancing trade, security and migrant rights in the post-9/11 era. Report written by Donald Kerwin, Chair, et al. 19 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 199-243 (2004). [L]|[W]

Fandl, Kevin J. Promoting international business development while protecting domestic markets: an analysis of the New Shipper Review policy of the United States. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 605-622 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gathright, Bradford K. Comment. A step in the wrong direction: the Loewen finality requirement and the local remedies rule in NAFTA Chapter Eleven. (The Loewen Group, Inc. v. United States, ICSID Case No. ARB(AF)/98/3, 42 I.L.M. 811, NAFTA Ch. 11 Arb. Trib. 2003.) 54 Emory L.J. 1093-1137 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gunn, Elizabeth L. Note. Regionalizing labor policy through NAFTA: beyond President Bush's temporary worker proposal. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 353-377 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Nikaki, Theodora. The UNCITRAL Draft Instrument on the Carriage of Goods [wholly or partly] [by sea]: the treatment of "through transport" contracts. 31 Transp. L.J. 193-212 (2004). [L]|[W]

Perry, Frederick V. and Scheherazade S. Rehman. Trucking laws in Mexico and changes after the NAFTA: a paradigm for the FTAA? 31 Transp. L.J. 95- 130 (2004) [L]|[W]

Townsend, Elizabeth. NAFTA, Mexican trucks, and the border: making sense of years of international arbitration, domestic debates, and the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision. 31 Transp. L.J. 131-191 (2004). [L]|[W]

Urbanski, Mark D. Comment. U.S. corporate taxes--the status quo is not an option. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 219-239 (2005). [L]|[W]

"U.S.-Mexican Relations: Bridging Borders or Burning Bridges?" Foreword by Lauren J. Chen, Symposium Editor, and Chloe A. Brooke, Editor in Chief; articles by David L. Markell, Deborah M. Weissman, Tisha R. Tallman, David Barkin, Stephen P. Mumme, Leonora Rojas-Bracho, Veronica Garibay-Bravo, Paul Miller, Richard Halvey, Adrian Fernandez-Bermauntz, Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid, Pablo Ruiz Napoles and Juan Carlos Rivas Valdivia. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 759-1023 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for North Carolina Journal of International Law & Commercial Regulation.)

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JUDGES

Bassett, Debra Lyn. Recusal and the Supreme Court. 56 Hastings L.J. 657- 698 (2005). [L]|[W]

Brudney, James J. and Corgy Ditslear. Canons of construction and the elusive quest for neutral reasoning. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 1-116 (2005). [L]|[W]

cummings, andre douglas pond. Grutter v. Bollinger, Clarence Thomas, affirmative action, and the treachery of originalism: "the sun don't shine here in this part of town". 21 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 1-73 (2005). [L]|[W]

Graber, Mark A. Resolving political questions into judicial questions: Tocqueville's thesis revisited. 21 Const. Comment. 485-545 (2004). [L]|[W]

Huang, Thomas Weishing. Judicial activism in the transitional polity: the Council of Grand Justices in Taiwan. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 1-61 (2005). [L] |[W]

Massaro, Toni M. Constitutional law as "normal science". 21 Const. Comment. 547-590 (2004). [L]|[W]

Roberts, Caprice L. The fox guarding the henhouse?: Recusal and the procedural void in the court of last resort. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 107-182 (2004). [L]|[W]

Science for Judges IV: Agent Orange Revisited and Human Behavior Research. Introduction by Margaret A. Berger; articles by Jeanne Mager Stellman, Steven D. Stellman, David A. Butler, Irva Hertz-Picciotto, Mark Brown, Eugene Borgida, Corrie Hunt, Anita Kim and Edward P. Mulvey. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 499-647 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Journal of Law and Policy

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JURISDICTION

Colangelo, Anthony J. The new universal jurisdiction: in absentia signaling over clearly defined crimes. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 537-603 (2005). [L]|[W]

Dirig, Olivia P. and Mahra Sarofsky. Note. The argument for making American judicial remedies under Title VII available to foreign nationals employed by U.S. companies on foreign soil. 22 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 709-750 (2005). [L] |[W]

Hobart, Joy. Casenote. Federal v. state authority within the Clean Air Act: allowing the Inupiaq to breathe easier. (Alaska Dep't of Envtl. Conservation v. Envtl. Prot. Agency, 124 S. Ct. 983, 2004.) 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 114-127 (2005). [L]|[W]

Oyarzabal, Mario J.A. Jurisdiction over international electronic contracts: a view on Inter-American, MERCOSUR, and Argentine rules. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp.L.J. 87-103 (2005).

Peterson, Christopher L. Federalism and predatory lending: unmasking the deregulatory agenda. 78 Temp. L. Rev. 1-98 (2005). [L]|[W]

Rhymer, Rebecca Ness. Note. Taking back the power: federal vs. state regulation on postsecondary education benefits for illegal immigrants. 44 Washburn L.J. 603-625 (2005). [L]|[W]

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JURISPRUDENCE

Horwitz, Paul. Grutter's First Amendment. 46 B.C. L. Rev. 461-590 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lipshaw, Jeffrey M. The bewitchment of intelligence: language and ex post illusions of intention. 78 Temp. L. Rev. 99-150 (2005). [L]|[W]

Robinette, Christopher J. Can there be a unified theory of torts? A pluralist suggestion from history and doctrine. 43 Brandeis L.J. 369-413 (2005). [L]|[W]

Symposium: Rethinking Robert Cover's Nomos and Narrative. Articles by Robert A. Burt, Robert C. Post, Judith Resnik, Aviam Soifer, Steven D. Fraade, Suzanne Last Stone and Beth A. Berkowitz. 17 Yale J.L. & Human. 1- 150 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities.

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JUVENILES

Brown, Dorothy A. The tax treatment of children: separate but unequal. 54 Emory L.J. 755-841 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gonzalez, Annette M. (student) and Linda M. Rio Reichmann. Representing children in civil cases involving domestic violence. 39 Fam. L.Q. 197-220 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gray, William A. Note. A proposal for change in statutes of limitations in childhood sexual abuse cases. 43 Brandeis L.J. 493-509 (2005). [L]|[W]

James, Katharine A. Comment. Standard operating procedure: take it all off. (N.G. ex rel. S.C. v. Connecticut, 382 F.3d 225, 2d Cir. 2004.) 44 Washburn L.J. 665-691 (2005). [L]|[W]

Saperstein, Pamela. Student article. Teen dating violence: eliminating statutory barriers to civil protection orders. 39 Fam. L.Q. 181-196 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LABOR LAW

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Goluboff, Risa Lauren. "Let economic equality take care of itself": the NAACP, labor litigation, and the making of civil rights in the 1940s. 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1393-1486 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gunn, Elizabeth L. Note. Regionalizing labor policy through NAFTA: beyond President Bush's temporary worker proposal. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 353-377 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Lopez, Maria Pabon. The place of the undocumented worker in the United States legal system after Hoffman Plastic Compounds: an assessment and comparison with Argentina's legal system. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 301-335 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Panditaratne, Dinusha. Rights-based approaches to examining waiver clauses in peace treaties: lessons from the Japanese forced labor litigation in Californian courts. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 299-351 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Papa, Jeff. Basic options in the non-immigrant business context. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 279-299 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Spitzer, A. L. (Lorry). Executive compensation in nonprofit health care organizations: who's in charge? 15 Health Matrix 67-82 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weiner, Michael. Comment. Can the NLRB deter unfair labor practices? Reassessing the punitive-remedial distinction in labor law enforcement. 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1579-1625 (2005). [L]|[W]

Working Borders: Linking Debates About Insourcing and Outsourcing of Capital and Labor. Foreword by Karen Engle, keynote welcome by William Powers, introduction to keynote speaker by Gerald Torres, keynote address by Maria Echaveste; roundtable opening remarks by Karen Engle and Shannon Baley; opening comment by Karen Engle, Sarah Cleveland and David Kennedy; roundtable presentations by Barbara Hines, William Forbath, Linda Bosniak, Alvaro Santos, Harley Shaiken, Dan Danielsen, Sarmila Rudrappa, Tom Green, Chantal Thomas, James Galbraith, Ray Marshall and David Kennedy. 40 Tex. Int'l L.J. 692-805 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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LAND USE PLANNING

Frank, Loralea. Casenote. Procedural mishaps created a big stink for residents of Yankton County: zoning attempts to limit a concentrated feedlot operation in South Dakota. (Heine Farms v. Yankton County, 649 N.W.2d 597, 2002.) 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 89-113 (2005). [L]|[W]

McGinnis, Matthew L. Note. Sex, but not the city: adult-entertainment zoning, the First Amendment, and residential and rural municipalities. 46 B.C. L. Rev. 625-659 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LAW AND SOCIETY

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Bowman, Frank O., III. Murder, meth, Mammon, and moral values: the political landscape of American sentencing reform. 44 Washburn L.J. 495- 515 (2005). [L]|[W]

Elhauge, Einer. Sacrificing corporate profits in the public interest. 80 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 733-869 (2005). [L]|[W]

Sunstein, Cass R. Group judgments: statistical means, deliberation, and information markets. 80 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 962-1049 (2005). [L]|[W]

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Hernandez v. Texas. Foreword by Michael A. Olivas; articles by Laura E. Gomez, Ian Haney Lopez, Clare Sheridan, Sandra Guerra Thompson, Neil Foley, Kevin R. Johnson and Steven Harmon Wilson. 25 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 1-225 (2005).

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Chicano-Latino Law Review.)

Focus Issue: The Weaving of Culture, Values, and Law--Immigration Trends and Challenges. Articles by Thomas R. Ruge, Angela D. Iza, Jeff Papa, Maria Pabon Lopez and Victor C. Romero; note by Justin C. Glon. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 257-388 (2005). [ L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Indiana International & Comparative Law Review.)

Symposium: Rethinking Robert Cover's Nomos and Narrative. Articles by Robert A. Burt, Robert C. Post, Judith Resnik, Aviam Soifer, Steven D. Fraade, Suzanne Last Stone and Beth A. Berkowitz. 17 Yale J.L. & Human. 1- 150 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS

Blum, Karen M. Support your local[strikethrough] sheriff: suing sheriffs under section 1983. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 623-728 (2005). [L]|[W]

James, Katharine A. Comment. Standard operating procedure: take it all off. (N.G. ex rel. S.C. v. Connecticut, 382 F.3d 225, 2d Cir. 2004.) 44 Washburn L.J. 665-691 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ries, David K. Note. Duty-to-protect claims by inmates after the Prison Rape Elimination Act. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 915-990 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL ANALYSIS AND WRITING

cummings, andre douglas pond. Grutter v. Bollinger, Clarence Thomas, affirmative action, and the treachery of originalism: "the sun don't shine here in this part of town". 21 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 1-73 (2005). [L]|[W]

Massaro, Toni M. Constitutional law as "normal science". 21 Const. Comment. 547-590 (2004). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL EDUCATION

Evered, Jacline R. "Arming the graduate for professional battle: no place for the weak skilled"[:] teaching and assessing a course to develop multi-functioning lawyers. 43 Brandeis L.J. 325-367 (2005). [L]|[W]

Levinson, Sanford. Melville B. Nimmer Memorial Lecture. The pedagogy of the First Amendment: why teaching about freedom of speech raises unique (and perhaps insurmountable) problems for conscientious teachers and their students. 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1359-1391 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL HISTORY

Gomez, Laura E. Off-white in an age of white supremacy: Mexican elites and the rights of Indians and Blacks in nineteenth-century New Mexico. 25 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 9-59 (2005).

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LEGAL PROFESSION

Drew, Margaret. Lawyer malpractice and domestic violence: are we revictimizing our clients? 39 Fam. L.Q. 7-25 (2005). [L]|[W]

Leisinger, Amy L. Comment. A criminal defendant's inability to sue his lawyer for malpractice: the other side of the exoneration rule. (Canaan v. Bartee, 72 P.3d 911, Kan. 2003.) 44 Washburn L.J. 693-727 (2005). [L]|[W]

Simon, Mitchell M. Navigating troubled waters: dealing with personal values when representing others. 43 Brandeis L.J. 415-463 (2005). [L]|[W]

Thomas, Sarah L. Comment. A legislative challenge: a proposed model statute to provide for the appointment of counsel in state habeas corpus proceedings for indigent petitioners. 54 Emory L.J. 1139-1182 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LEGAL RESEARCH AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Bradford, William. International legal compliance: surveying the field. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 495-536 (2005). [L]|[W]

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LEGISLATION

Braunig, Lindsay Traylor. Note. Statutory interpretation in a choice of law context. 80 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1050-1078 (2005). [L]|[W]

Brudney, James J. and Corgy Ditslear. Canons of construction and the elusive quest for neutral reasoning. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 1-116 (2005). [L]|[W]

Clark, Ben. Casenote. Sand and gravel, changing value in changing times. (Bedroc Ltd., LLC v. United States, 124 S. Ct. 1587, 2004.) 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 78-88 (2005). [L]|[W]

Freedman, Michael. Note. In search of congressional intent: does LIHPRHA restrict state and local governments from preserving affordable housing? 13 J.L. & Pol'y 741-805 (2005). [L]|[W]

Martinez, John. Rational legislating. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 547-621 (2005). [L]|[W]

Robinson, Paul H. and Michael T. Cahill. The accelerating degradation of American criminal codes. 56 Hastings L.J. 633-655 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tallman, Tisha R. Liberty, justice, and equality: an examination of past, present, and proposed immigration policy reform legislation. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 869-893 (2005). [L]|[W]

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MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE

Lemanowicz, Elizabeth. Comment. Questioning the impact of expanding fetal rights on litigation and healthcare in New York. (Broadnax v. Gonzalez, 809 N.E.2d 645, N.Y. 2004.) 13 J.L. & Pol'y 807-853 (2005). [L]|[W]

Noah, Lars. Medical education and malpractice: what's the connection? 15 Health Matrix 149-163 (2005). [L]|[W]

Venable, Shannon S. Comment. A call to action: Georgia must adopt new standard of care, licensure, reimbursement, and privacy laws for telemedicine. 54 Emory L.J. 1183-1217 (2005). [L]|[W]

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MILITARY LAW

Dolin, Gregory. The great writ of incoherence: an analysis of the Supreme Court's rulings on "enemy combatants". 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 623- 650 (2005). [L]|[W]

Fox, Gregory H. The occupation of Iraq. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 195-297 (2005). [L]|[W]

Panditaratne, Dinusha. Rights-based approaches to examining waiver clauses in peace treaties: lessons from the Japanese forced labor litigation in Californian courts. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 299-351 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Science for Judges IV: Agent Orange Revisited and Human Behavior Research. Introduction by Margaret A. Berger; articles by Jeanne Mager Stellman, Steven D. Stellman, David A. Butler, Irva Hertz-Picciotto, Mark Brown, Eugene Borgida, Corrie Hunt, Anita Kim and Edward P. Mulvey. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 499-647 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

Symposium: "Terrorism on Trial". Editor's note by Amy E. Miller; foreword by Michael P. Scharf and Editor Amy E. Miller; keynote address by M. Cherif Bassiouni; articles by David R. Andrews, Amos Guiora, Mark A. Drumbl, Mary Ellen O'Connell, Michael P. Scharf, Alex Schmid, Bruce Broomhall, Robert Black, John P. Grant, Julian B. Knowles, Steve Emerson, Robert C. Mirone, Allan Gerson, Jonathan Leiken, Toni Locy, Andrew C. McCarthy, Gregory P. Noone, Diana C. Noone, Scott L. Silliman and Judge Evan J. Wallach. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 287-638 (2004). [L]|[W]

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MOTOR VEHICLES

Lipanovich, Angela. Student article. Smoke before oil: modeling a suit against the auto and oil industry on the tobacco tort litigation is feasible. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 429-489 (2005). [L]|[W]

Oren, Peninna. Note. Veiled Muslim women and driver's license photos: a constitutional analysis. (Freeman v. State, No. 2002-CA-2828, 2003 WL 21338619, Fla. Cir. Ct. June 6, 2003.) 13 J.L. & Pol'y 855-913 (2005). [L]|[W]

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NATURAL RESOURCES LAW

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OIL, GAS, AND MINERAL LAW

Clark, Ben. Casenote. Sand and gravel, changing value in changing times. (Bedroc Ltd., LLC v. United States, 124 S. Ct. 1587, 2004.) 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 78-88 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lipanovich, Angela. Student article. Smoke before oil: modeling a suit against the auto and oil industry on the tobacco tort litigation is feasible. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 429-489 (2005). [L]|[W]

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ORGANIZATIONS

Bradlow, Daniel D. Private complainants and international organizations: a comparative study of the independent inspection mechanisms international financial institutions. 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 403-494 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gottlieb, Robert and Andrea Misako Azuma. Re-envisioning the Los Angeles River: an NGO and Academic Institute influence the policy discourse. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 321-342 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hemming, Betsy. The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy: a public-private partnership striving to reclaim the Detroit River. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 395-410 (2005). [L]|[W]

Markell, David L. Governance of international institutions: a review of the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation's citizen submissions process. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 759-793 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mulrey, Leigh-Anne. Note. Today's benefits and tomorrow's demands: the recent decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit compelling disclosure of Internal Revenue Service Rulings denying and revoking an organization's tax-exempt status. (Tax Analysts v. Internal Revenue Serv., 215 F. Supp. 2d 192, D.C.C. 2002, rev'd, 350 F.3d 100, D.C. Cir. 2003.) 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 423-449 (2004). [L]|[W]

Mumme, Stephen P. Developing treaty compatible watershed management reforms for the U.S.-Mexico border: the case for strengthening the International Boundary and Water Commission. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 929-955 (2005). [L]|[W]

Penski, Rachel. Note. The case of CEO Richard Grasso and the NYSE: proposals for controlling executive compensation at public nonprofit corporations. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 339-382 (2005). [L]|[W]

Symposium: Health Care and Tax Exemption: The Push and Pull of Tax Exemption Law on the Organization and Delivery of Health Care Services. Introduction by Laura B. Chisolm; articles by Doulgas M. Mancino, John D. Colombo, A. L. (Lorry) Spitzer, Michael J. Sanders and Nina J. Crimm. 15 Health Matrix 1-147 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Health Matrix.)

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POLITICS

Claeys, Eric R. Progressive political theory and separation of powers on the Burger and Rehnquist Courts. 21 Const. Comment. 405-444 (2004). [L]|[W]

Gerhardt, Michael J. The constitutionality of the filibuster. 21 Const. Comment. 445-484 (2004). [L]|[W]

Graber, Mark A. Resolving political questions into judicial questions: Tocqueville's thesis revisited. 21 Const. Comment. 485-545 (2004). [L]|[W]

Martinez, John. Rational legislating. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 547-621 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

Doron, Israel and Manal Totry-Jubran. Too little, too late? An American amicus in an Israeli court. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 105-131 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tan, Daniel. Damages for breach of forum selection clauses, principled remedies, and control of international civil litigation. 40 Tex. Int'l L.J. 623-661 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PRESIDENT/EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

Dolin, Gregory. The great writ of incoherence: an analysis of the Supreme Court's rulings on "enemy combatants". 36 Geo. J. Int'l L. 623- 650 (2005). [L]|[W]

Rappaport, Michael B. The original meaning of the Recess Appointments Clause. 52 UCLA L. Rev. 1487-1578 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

Simon, Mitchell M. Navigating troubled waters: dealing with personal values when representing others. 43 Brandeis L.J. 415-463 (2005). [L]|[W]

Zacharias, Fred C. The role of prosecutors in serving justice after convictions. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 171-239 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PROPERTY--PERSONAL AND REAL

Jones, Geoffrey L. "Goodbye to all that": eminent domain compensation when a proposed cure contemplates the use or destruction of property outside the area of taking. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 805-816 (2005). [L]|[W]

Sharma, Kavita. Note. From the Mayan machaquila stele to Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep's head: United States courts' enforcement of foreign national patrimony laws after United States v. Schultz. 56 Hastings L.J. 749-768 (2005). [L]|[W]

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PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY

Erickson, Nancy S. Use of the MMPI-2 in child custody evaluations involving battered women: what does psychological research tell us? 39 Fam. L.Q. 87-108 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lenhardt, Erin. Note. Why so glum? Toward a fair balance of competitive interests in direct-to-consumer advertising and the well-being of the mentally ill consumers it targets. 15 Health Matrix 165-204 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mulvey, Edward P. Assessing the likelihood of future violence individuals with mental illness: current knowledge and future issues. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 629-647 (2005). [L]|[W]

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RELIGION

Al-Marayati, Laila, M.D. American Muslim charities: easy targets in the War on Terror. 25 Pace L. Rev. 321-338 (2005). [L]|[W]

Baron, Barnett F. The Treasury Guidelines have had little impact overall on U.S. international philanthropy, but they have had a chilling impact on U.S.-based Muslim charities. 25 Pace L. Rev. 307-319 (2005). [L]|[W]

Komp, Kathryn Elizabeth. Note. Unincorporated, unprotected: religion in an established state. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 301-337 (2005). [L]|[W]

Oren, Peninna. Note. Veiled Muslim women and driver's license photos: a constitutional analysis. (Freeman v. State, No. 2002-CA-2828, 2003 WL 21338619, Fla. Cir. Ct. June 6, 2003.) 13 J.L. & Pol'y 855-913 (2005). [L]|[W]

Piers, Matthew J. Malevolent destruction of a Muslim charity: a commentary on the prosecution of Benevolence International Foundation. 25 Pace L. Rev. 339-353 (2005). [L]|[W]

Stinnett, Nathaniel. Note. Defining away religious freedom in Europe: how four democracies get away with discriminating against minority religions. 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 429-451 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Tebbe, Nelson. Free exercise and the problem of symmetry. 56 Hastings L.J. 699-748 (2005). [L]|[W]

Waszak, John D.G. Note. The obstacles to suppressing radical Islamic terrorist financing. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 673-710 (2004). [L]|[W]

Symposium: Rethinking Robert Cover's Nomos and Narrative. Articles by Robert A. Burt, Robert C. Post, Judith Resnik, Aviam Soifer, Steven D. Fraade, Suzanne Last Stone and Beth A. Berkowitz. 17 Yale J.L. & Human. 1- 150 (2005). [L]|[W]

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REMEDIES

Gathright, Bradford K. Comment. A step in the wrong direction: the Loewen finality requirement and the local remedies rule in NAFTA Chapter Eleven. (The Loewen Group, Inc. v. United States, ICSID Case No. ARB(AF)/98/3, 42 I.L.M. 811, NAFTA Ch. 11 Arb. Trib. 2003.) 54 Emory L.J. 1093-1137 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lemanowicz, Elizabeth. Comment. Questioning the impact of expanding fetal rights on litigation and healthcare in New York. (Broadnax v. Gonzalez, 809 N.E.2d 645, N.Y. 2004.) 13 J.L. & Pol'y 807-853 (2005). [L]|[W]

Litwiller, Lisa. From Exxon to Engle: the futility of assessing punitive damages as against corporate entities. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 301-395 (2004). [L]|[W]

Nussbaum, Monica E. Note. Prompt pay statutes should be interpreted to grant providers a private right of action to seek enforcement against payors. 15 Health Matrix 205-234 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ries, David K. Note. Duty-to-protect claims by inmates after the Prison Rape Elimination Act. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 915-990 (2005). [L]|[W]

Tan, Daniel. Damages for breach of forum selection clauses, principled remedies, and control of international civil litigation. 40 Tex. Int'l L.J. 623-661 (2005). [L]|[W]

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RETIREMENT SECURITY

Filosa, Gregory N. Comment. International pension reform: lessons for the United States. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 133-161 (2005). [L]|[W]

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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Malloy, Timothy F. and Peter Sinsheimer. Innovation, regulation and the selection environment. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 183-233 (2004). [L]|[W]

McDonald, Barry P. Government regulation or other "abridgements" of scientific research: the proper scope of judicial review under the First Amendment. 54 Emory L.J. 979-1091 (2005). [L]|[W]

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SECURITIES LAW

Brickey, Kathleen F. Mostly Martha. 44 Washburn L.J. 517-551 (2005). [L]|[W]

Penski, Rachel. Note. The case of CEO Richard Grasso and the NYSE: proposals for controlling executive compensation at public nonprofit corporations. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 339-382 (2005). [L]|[W]

Podgor, Ellen S. Arthur Andersen, LLP and Martha Stewart: should materiality be an element of obstruction of justice? 44 Washburn L.J. 583- 601 (2005). [L]|[W]

Wishengrad, David Ian. Comment. Securities, scienter & schizophrenia: should the efficacy of compliance initiatives within multi-service investment firms be used to determine scienter for 10b-5 violations under federal securities law? 25 Pace L. Rev. 383-405 (2005). [L]|[W]

Yin, Dina Jie. Note. Investor regulations: an American answer to a Chinese problem. 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 397-422 (2004). [L]|[W]

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SEXUALITY AND THE LAW

Davis, Amanda O. Comment. Clarifying the issue of consent: the evolution of post-penetration rape law. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 729-766 (2005). [L]|[W]

Dickerson, Hollin K. Comment. Vindication without substance: gender recognition and the Human Rights Act. 40 Tex. Int'l L.J. 807-835 (2005). [L]|[W]

Gray, William A. Note. A proposal for change in statutes of limitations in childhood sexual abuse cases. 43 Brandeis L.J. 493-509 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ries, David K. Note. Duty-to-protect claims by inmates after the Prison Rape Elimination Act. 13 J.L. & Pol'y 915-990 (2005). [L]|[W]

Romero, Victor C. Asians, gay marriage, and immigration: family unification at a crossroads. 15 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 337-347 (2005). [ L]|[W]

Schwartzreich, Lauren. Restructuring the framework for legal analyses of gay parenting. 21 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 109-127 (2005). [L]|[W]

Readings of Lawrence v. Texas. Foreword by John G. Culhane; articles by Arthur S. Leonard, Christopher R. Leslie, Erin Daly, David B. Cruz, John G. Culhane, Robert Justin Lipkin, student Craig Willse and Dean Spade. 11 Widener L. Rev. i-ii, 171-329 (2005).

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

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SOCIAL WELFARE

Thomas, Sarah L. Comment. A legislative challenge: a proposed model statute to provide for the appointment of counsel in state habeas corpus proceedings for indigent petitioners. 54 Emory L.J. 1139-1182 (2005). [L]|[W]

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STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW

"City Rivers." Introduction by Paul Stanton Kibel; articles by Richard Roos-Collins, Robert Gottlieb, Andrea Misako Azuma, Ron Love, Christopher Theriot, Kelly Tzoumis, Betsy Hemming and Uwe Steven Brandes. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 285-428 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

Local Government Law Symposium. Articles by John Martinez and Karen M. Blum. 34 Stetson L. Rev. 547-728 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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TAXATION--FEDERAL INCOME

Brown, Dorothy A. The tax treatment of children: separate but unequal. 54 Emory L.J. 755-841 (2005). [L]|[W]

Hankinson, Jamie Dietrich. Comment. Golden parachute tax provisions fall flat: tax gross-ups soften their impact to executives and Square D overinflates their coverage. (Square D Company v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 121 T.C. 168, 2003.) 34 Stetson L. Rev. 767-803 (2005). [L]|[W]

Mulrey, Leigh-Anne. Note. Today's benefits and tomorrow's demands: the recent decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit compelling disclosure of Internal Revenue Service Rulings denying and revoking an organization's tax-exempt status. (Tax Analysts v. Internal Revenue Serv., 215 F. Supp. 2d 192, D.C.C. 2002, rev'd, 350 F.3d 100, D.C. Cir. 2003.) 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 423-449 (2004). [L]|[W]

Urbanski, Mark D. Comment. U.S. corporate taxes--the status quo is not an option. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 219-239 (2005). [L]|[W]

Symposium: Health Care and Tax Exemption: The Push and Pull of Tax Exemption Law on the Organization and Delivery of Health Care Services. Introduction by Laura B. Chisolm; articles by Doulgas M. Mancino, John D. Colombo, A. L. (Lorry) Spitzer, Michael J. Sanders and Nina J. Crimm. 15 Health Matrix 1-147 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

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TORTS

Combs, Nathan Isaac. Note. Civil aiding and abetting liability. 58 Vand. L. Rev. 241-299 (2005). [L]|[W]

Lipanovich, Angela. Student article. Smoke before oil: modeling a suit against the auto and oil industry on the tobacco tort litigation is feasible. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 429-489 (2005). [L]|[W]

Robinette, Christopher J. Can there be a unified theory of torts? A pluralist suggestion from history and doctrine. 43 Brandeis L.J. 369-413 (2005). [L]|[W]

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TRADE REGULATION

Crescenti, Brooke E. Note. Undercover marketing: if omission is the mission, where is the Federal Trade Commission? 13 J.L. & Pol'y 699-739 (2005). [L]|[W]

Fiebig, Andre. Modernization of European competition law as a form of convergence. 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 63-86 (2005). [L ]|[W]

Gomes, Angela. Noerr-Pennington: Note. Unocal's savior--or is it? 11 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 102-127 (2005). [L ]|[W]

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TRANSPORTATION LAW

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TRUSTS

DeCaro, Phillip. Student article. The impact of trusts and escrow funds on interstate commerce. 31 Transp. L.J. 249-263 (2004). [L]|[W]

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WATER LAW

Goodson, Susanne. Comment. Charting a course through nonnavigable waters using the SWANCC compass. (Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County v. United States Army Corps of Engineers [SWANCC], 531 U.S. 159, 2001.) 78 Temp. L. Rev. 287-326 (2005). [L]|[W]

Malone, Andrew R. Note. Water now: the impact of Israel's security fence on Palestinian water rights and agriculture in the West Bank. 36 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 639-671 (2004). [L]|[W]

Mumme, Stephen P. Developing treaty compatible watershed management reforms for the U.S.-Mexico border: the case for strengthening the International Boundary and Water Commission. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 929-955 (2005). [L]|[W]

Ritter, Kathryn A. Casenote. Navigating the Clean Water Act: analyzing the requirements of a point source. (South Florida Water Management District v. Miccosukee Tribe of Indians, 124 S. Ct. 1537, 2004.) 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 128-138 (2005). [L]|[W]

"City Rivers." Introduction by Paul Stanton Kibel; articles by Richard Roos-Collins, Robert Gottlieb, Andrea Misako Azuma, Ron Love, Christopher Theriot, Kelly Tzoumis, Betsy Hemming and Uwe Steven Brandes. 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 285-428 (2005). [L]|[W]

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

Missouri River Cases. Introduction by student Michael S. Houdyshell; casenotes by Ross K. Den Herder, Michael S. Houdyshell and Karla Hauk. 9 Great Plains Nat. Resources J. 28-77 (2005). [L]|[W]

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WOMEN

Oren, Peninna. Note. Veiled Muslim women and driver's license photos: a constitutional analysis. (Freeman v. State, No. 2002-CA-2828, 2003 WL 21338619, Fla. Cir. Ct. June 6, 2003.) 13 J.L. & Pol'y 855-913 (2005). [L]|[W]

Weissman, Deborah M. The political economy of violence: toward an understanding of the gender-based murders of Ciudad Juarez. 30 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 795-867 (2005). [L]|[W]

Special Issue on Domestic Violence. Introduction by Lisae C. Jordan; articles by Margaret Drew, Judge Lowell D. Castleton, Bruce J. Castleton, Melissa M. Bonney, Amber M. Moe, Jane C. Murphy, Robert Rubinson, Nancy S. Erickson, Catherine F. Kelin, Leslye E. Orloff, Julie Goldscheid, Linda M. Rio Reichmann and students Hema Sarangapani, Pamela Saperstein and Annette M. Gonzalez; book review by Allen M. Bailey. 39 Fam. L.Q. 1-246 (2005). [L]|[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Family Law Quarterly.)

The 40th Anniversary of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Symposium. Introduction by Assoc. Just. Ruth Bader Ginsburg; articles by Ann Hopkins, Beth Ann Faragher, Robert Belton, Christopher Ho, Jennifer C. Chang, Miriam A. Cherry, Richard N. Appel, Alison L. Gray, Nilufer Loy, Ronald Turner, Ann C. Hodges, Thomas H. Barnard, Adrienne L. Rapp, Anne Noel Occhialino and Daniel Vail; notes by Olivia P. Dirig, Mahra Sarofsky, Dana K. Scalere and Corinne D. Sorisi. 22 Hofstra Lab. & Emp. L.J. 353- 790 (2005). [L] |[W]

(For contents see the Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal.)

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