Volume 10

Vol. 10 No. 1 – Fall 2010

Articles

Is the Internet “Voodoo”?: Evidentiary Weight of Internet-Based Material in Immigration Court
Honorable Dorothy A. Harbeck, J.D. and Yoonji Kim, J.D.
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Filling the Due Process Donut Hole: Abuse and Neglect Cases between Disposition and Permanency
Josh Gupta-Kagan
[pdf]

The Sun Peeking Around the Corner: Illinois’ New Freedom of Information Act as a National Model
Sarah Klaper
[pdf]

Lawyers, Interrogations and the Historic Framework ofDebate About Torture
Sheldon Gelman
[pdf]

Bifurcated Review of Interpreter Determinations Under the Court Interpreters Act
David H. Chao
[pdf]

Notes & Comments

Palliative Exceptions: Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Drug Courts
Andrew Wasicek
[pdf]

Vol. 10 No. 2 – Spring 2011

Articles

Barack Obama and the Public Interest Law Movement: A Preliminary Assessment
Frank Deale and Rita Cant
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Restraining the Use of Restraints for Students with Disabilities: An Empirical Analysis of the Case Law
Pery A. Zirkel and Caitlin A. Lyons
[pdf]

Special Feature: Privacy Invasions & the Media 

Fickle Justice: Judicial Idiosyncrasy in UK Privacy Cases
Paul Wragg
[pdf]

Enjoining Selective Forced Exposure of Figures of Contemporary Society
Robin D. Barnes and Yamuna Menon
[pdf]

“A Simple, Human Measure of Privacy”: Public Disclosure of Private Facts in the World of Tiger Woods
Patricia Sanchez Abril
[pdf]

Notes & Comments

“Race” to the Bottom?: Addressing Student Body Diversity in Charter Schools After Parents Involved
Alyssa M. Simon
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The Nebulous Right to Travel as a Possible Limitation on “Child Safety Zones”: The Greenwich Sex Offender Ordinance
Regina Armon
[pdf]

Don’t Split the Baby: How the U.S. Could Avoid Uncertainty and Unnecessary Litigation and Promote Equality by Emulating the British Surrogacy Law Regime
Austin Caster
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