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2006

North Carolina Law Review

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The Social Costs Of Mergers: Restoring Local Control As A Factor In Merger Policy, Richard M. Brunell Dec 2006

The Social Costs Of Mergers: Restoring Local Control As A Factor In Merger Policy, Richard M. Brunell

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After The Catastrophe: Disaster Relief For Hospitals, Elizabeth Weeks Dec 2006

After The Catastrophe: Disaster Relief For Hospitals, Elizabeth Weeks

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Teaching From The Closet: Freedom Of Expression And Outspeech By Public School Teachers, Eva Dubuisson Dec 2006

Teaching From The Closet: Freedom Of Expression And Outspeech By Public School Teachers, Eva Dubuisson

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Crawford's Triangle: Domestic Violence And The Right Of Confrontation, Deborah Tuerkheimer Dec 2006

Crawford's Triangle: Domestic Violence And The Right Of Confrontation, Deborah Tuerkheimer

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Three Theories Of Substantive Due Process, Daniel O. Conkle Dec 2006

Three Theories Of Substantive Due Process, Daniel O. Conkle

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Smith's Hybrid Rights Doctrine And The Pierce Right: An Unintelligent Design, Kyle Still Dec 2006

Smith's Hybrid Rights Doctrine And The Pierce Right: An Unintelligent Design, Kyle Still

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In This Apple For Teacher An Apple From Eve - Reanalyzing The Intelligent Design Debate From A Curricular Perspective, Mary Katherine Hackney Dec 2006

In This Apple For Teacher An Apple From Eve - Reanalyzing The Intelligent Design Debate From A Curricular Perspective, Mary Katherine Hackney

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Table Of Contents - Issue 1, North Carolina Law Review Dec 2006

Table Of Contents - Issue 1, North Carolina Law Review

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Crossing Judge Parker's Luten Bridge: Partisan Politics, Economic Visions, And Government Reform In Retrospect And Prospect: A Commentary To Professor Richman, Peter G. Fish Sep 2006

Crossing Judge Parker's Luten Bridge: Partisan Politics, Economic Visions, And Government Reform In Retrospect And Prospect: A Commentary To Professor Richman, Peter G. Fish

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A Bridge, A Tax Revolt, And The Struggle To Industrialize: A Comment, John V. Orth Sep 2006

A Bridge, A Tax Revolt, And The Struggle To Industrialize: A Comment, John V. Orth

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Table Of Contents - Issue 6, North Carolina Law Review Sep 2006

Table Of Contents - Issue 6, North Carolina Law Review

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A Bridge, A Tax Revolt, And The Struggle To Industrialize: The Story And Legacy Of Rockingham County V. Luten Bridge Co., Barak Richman, Jordi Weinstock, Jason Mehta Sep 2006

A Bridge, A Tax Revolt, And The Struggle To Industrialize: The Story And Legacy Of Rockingham County V. Luten Bridge Co., Barak Richman, Jordi Weinstock, Jason Mehta

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The Effects Of Depth And Distance In A Criminal Code On Charging, Sentencing, And Prosecutor Power, Ronald F. Wright, Rodney L. Engen Sep 2006

The Effects Of Depth And Distance In A Criminal Code On Charging, Sentencing, And Prosecutor Power, Ronald F. Wright, Rodney L. Engen

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Do North Carolina Local Governments Need Home Rule, Frayda S. Bluestein Sep 2006

Do North Carolina Local Governments Need Home Rule, Frayda S. Bluestein

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The Governors' Leadership Role In Developing Modern North Carolina Environmental Law: 1967-1983, Milton S. Heath Jr., Alex L. Hess Iii Sep 2006

The Governors' Leadership Role In Developing Modern North Carolina Environmental Law: 1967-1983, Milton S. Heath Jr., Alex L. Hess Iii

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In Re Wachovia Shareholders Litigation: The Case For The Common Benefit Doctrine, E. Taylor Stukes Sep 2006

In Re Wachovia Shareholders Litigation: The Case For The Common Benefit Doctrine, E. Taylor Stukes

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The Defense Calls...The Accuser - State V. Brigman And How The North Carolina Court Of Appeals Misconstrued Crawford's Application To Available Witnesses, Jeremy M. Falcone Sep 2006

The Defense Calls...The Accuser - State V. Brigman And How The North Carolina Court Of Appeals Misconstrued Crawford's Application To Available Witnesses, Jeremy M. Falcone

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The Supreme Court Of North Carolina's Rulemaking Authority And The Struggle For Power: State V. Tutt, Amanda G. Ray Sep 2006

The Supreme Court Of North Carolina's Rulemaking Authority And The Struggle For Power: State V. Tutt, Amanda G. Ray

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Index, North Carolina Law Review Sep 2006

Index, North Carolina Law Review

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Renewing Our Commitment To The Highest Ideals Of The Legal Profession, Harry T. Edwards Jun 2006

Renewing Our Commitment To The Highest Ideals Of The Legal Profession, Harry T. Edwards

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Tournament Of Jokes: Generational Tension In Large Law Firms, Marc Galanter Jun 2006

Tournament Of Jokes: Generational Tension In Large Law Firms, Marc Galanter

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Explaining The Spread Of Law Firm In-House Counsel Positions: A Response To Professor Chambliss, Elizabeth H. Gorman Jun 2006

Explaining The Spread Of Law Firm In-House Counsel Positions: A Response To Professor Chambliss, Elizabeth H. Gorman

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The Organization Of Public Interest Practice: 1975-2004, Laura Beth Nielsen, Catherine R. Albiston Jun 2006

The Organization Of Public Interest Practice: 1975-2004, Laura Beth Nielsen, Catherine R. Albiston

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The Changing Structure Of The Legal Services Industry And The Careers Of Lawyers, George P. Baker, Rachel Parkin Jun 2006

The Changing Structure Of The Legal Services Industry And The Careers Of Lawyers, George P. Baker, Rachel Parkin

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The Profession In Profile: A Commentary On Baker And Parkin, John M. Conley, Scott Baker Jun 2006

The Profession In Profile: A Commentary On Baker And Parkin, John M. Conley, Scott Baker

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An Empirical Study Of Single-Tier Versus Two-Tier Partnerships In The Am Law 200, William D. Henderson Jun 2006

An Empirical Study Of Single-Tier Versus Two-Tier Partnerships In The Am Law 200, William D. Henderson

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A Comment On Nielsen's And Albiston's Sample Selection, Methodology, And Implications For The Have-Nots, Laura Beny Jun 2006

A Comment On Nielsen's And Albiston's Sample Selection, Methodology, And Implications For The Have-Nots, Laura Beny

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A Response To Professor Sander: Is It Really All About The Grades, James E. Coleman Jr., Mitu Gulati Jun 2006

A Response To Professor Sander: Is It Really All About The Grades, James E. Coleman Jr., Mitu Gulati

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Table Of Contents - Issue 5, North Carolina Law Review Jun 2006

Table Of Contents - Issue 5, North Carolina Law Review

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Introduction To The 2005 North Carolina Law Review Symposium, Empirical Studies Of The Legal Profession: What Do We Know About Lawyers' Lives, John M. Conley, Scott Baker Jun 2006

Introduction To The 2005 North Carolina Law Review Symposium, Empirical Studies Of The Legal Profession: What Do We Know About Lawyers' Lives, John M. Conley, Scott Baker

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