Volume 12

Vol. 12 No. 1 – Fall 2012

Articles

From Marginalizing Economic Discourse with Security Threats to Approbating Corporate Lobbies and Campaign Contributions
Robert Bejesky
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A Law Clinic Systems Theory and the Pedagogy of Interaction: Creating a Legal Learning System
Patrick C. Brayer
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Turning the Sixth Amendment Upon Itself The Supreme Court in Lafler v. Cooper Diminished the Right to Jury Trial with the Right to Counsel
George Dery & Anneli Soo
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Deporting Terrorist Suspects with Assurances: Lessons from the United Kingdom
Ben Middleton
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Congress, Federal Courts, and Domestic Relations Exceptionalism
Mark Strasser
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Notes & Comments

Discounting the Fourth Amendment: Implications at Home with Targeted Killings Abroad
J. Brian Meskill
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Vol. 12 No. 2 – Spring 2013

Articles

Warrantless Cell Phone Searches in the Age of Flash Mobs
Sunil Bhave
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Post-Crawford: Were Recent Changes to State Voter ID Laws Really Necessary to Prevent Voter Fraud and Protect the Electoral Process?
Dr. Tracey B. Carter
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The Clash of Home Rule and Affordable Housing: The Mount Laurel Story Continues
Robert C. Holmes
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Safeguarding Markets from Pernicious Pay to Play: A Model Explaining Why the SEC Regulates Money in Politics
Ciara Torres-Spelliscy
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Notes & Comments

Reasoned Criminal Verdicts in the Netherlands and Spain: Implications for Juries in the United States
Michael Csere
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Rethinking Removal: The Wani Site Case and the Independence of Newly Established Countries
Allison P. Roso
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Criminal Charges with Too Much Bite: Why Charging and Convicting HIV-Positive Biters and Spitters of Attempted Murder is Unjustifiable
Joshua D. Talicska
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