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Reflections: Weaving Threads To Strengthen The Fabric Of Our Communities, Sharon Press Jun 2020

Reflections: Weaving Threads To Strengthen The Fabric Of Our Communities, Sharon Press

DRI Press

This publication primarily contains pieces written by participants in the Dispute Resolution Institute’s (DRI) 2017 Symposium entitled: An Intentional Conversation About Public Engagement: Weaving Threads to Strengthen the Fabric of our Communities. The Symposium was the second one devoted to public engagement and followed the 2015 biennial symposium entitled An Intentional Conversation About Public Engagement and Decision Making: Moving from Dysfunction and Polarization to Dialogue and Understanding. Articles from 2015 Symposium were published in the Mitchell Hamline Law Review. The Symposium and Reflections were generously funded by a grant from the American Arbitration Association- International Centre for Dispute Resolution ...


Can An Improved Disclosure Mechanism Moderate Algorithm-Based Software Patentability In The Public Interest?, Vinicius Sala Jan 2020

Can An Improved Disclosure Mechanism Moderate Algorithm-Based Software Patentability In The Public Interest?, Vinicius Sala

Cybaris®

No abstract provided.


A Siri-Ous Societal Issue: Should Autonomous Artificial Intelligence Receive Patent Or Copyright Protection?, Samuel Scholz Jan 2020

A Siri-Ous Societal Issue: Should Autonomous Artificial Intelligence Receive Patent Or Copyright Protection?, Samuel Scholz

Cybaris®

No abstract provided.


That's Fuct: Why The Political Question Doctrine Should Have Barred The Supreme Court From Deciding Iancu V. Brunetti, Jennifer Madaras Jan 2020

That's Fuct: Why The Political Question Doctrine Should Have Barred The Supreme Court From Deciding Iancu V. Brunetti, Jennifer Madaras

Cybaris®

No abstract provided.


The Canary In The Military Justice Mineshaft: A Review Of Recent Sexual Assault Courts-Martial Tainted By Unlawful Command Influence, Mark Visger Jan 2020

The Canary In The Military Justice Mineshaft: A Review Of Recent Sexual Assault Courts-Martial Tainted By Unlawful Command Influence, Mark Visger

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Judges As Agents Of The Law, Daniel Harris Jan 2020

Judges As Agents Of The Law, Daniel Harris

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Implications Of The Ban On Open Service By Transgender Individuals In The United States Military, Louie Swanson Jan 2020

Implications Of The Ban On Open Service By Transgender Individuals In The United States Military, Louie Swanson

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Felon Voting: The Call For An Australian Compromise, Kevin Lineberger Jan 2020

Felon Voting: The Call For An Australian Compromise, Kevin Lineberger

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Prevention And Surveillance Of Violence Against Minnesota Healthcare Workers, Nicole Dailey Jan 2020

Prevention And Surveillance Of Violence Against Minnesota Healthcare Workers, Nicole Dailey

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Business And Public Policy Considerations Regarding Mandatory Arbitration In The Workplace, Annaliisa Gifford Jan 2020

Business And Public Policy Considerations Regarding Mandatory Arbitration In The Workplace, Annaliisa Gifford

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


The Federalism Jackpot In Murphy V. Ncaa: Going All In On Anti-Commandeering Fails To Protect The Vulnerable, Erik Shannon Jan 2020

The Federalism Jackpot In Murphy V. Ncaa: Going All In On Anti-Commandeering Fails To Protect The Vulnerable, Erik Shannon

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Sales And Use Tax Nexus: The Way Forward For Legislation, Tom James Jan 2020

Sales And Use Tax Nexus: The Way Forward For Legislation, Tom James

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


A Literary Lens Into Constitutional Interpretation And A Possible Synthesis Of Natural And Positive Law: The Silmarillion, Charles Edward Andrew Lincoln Iv Jan 2020

A Literary Lens Into Constitutional Interpretation And A Possible Synthesis Of Natural And Positive Law: The Silmarillion, Charles Edward Andrew Lincoln Iv

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

The nature of identity in the United States lies in the Constitution. Perhaps this is due to “veneration” of the document. It has also been argued that the Declaration of Independence holds a seminal role in the American identity.

The rift seems to occur with the concept of a “living constitution,” whereby the concept of an ever-evolving jurisprudence allows for an evolving interpretation of the Constitution as society changes.

This rift can be demonstrated by the world of J.R.R. Tolkien. In The Lord of the Rings and Silmarillion, the various languages of groups of Middle Earth represent and ...


One Mistake Does Not Define You: Why First-Time Felony Drug Convictions Should Be Automatically Expunged After Five Years, Kaylynn Johnson Jan 2020

One Mistake Does Not Define You: Why First-Time Felony Drug Convictions Should Be Automatically Expunged After Five Years, Kaylynn Johnson

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


An Intentional Conversation About Adr Interventions: Eviction, Poverty And Other Collateral Consequences, Sharon Press Jan 2020

An Intentional Conversation About Adr Interventions: Eviction, Poverty And Other Collateral Consequences, Sharon Press

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Eviction Mediation: An Intentional Conversation Followed By Five More, Noam Ebner, Sharon Press Jan 2020

Eviction Mediation: An Intentional Conversation Followed By Five More, Noam Ebner, Sharon Press

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Disrupting The Eviction Crisis With Conflict Resolution Strategies, Deborah Thompson Eisenberg, Noam Ebner Jan 2020

Disrupting The Eviction Crisis With Conflict Resolution Strategies, Deborah Thompson Eisenberg, Noam Ebner

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


The High Cost Of Eviction: Struggling To Contain A Growing Social Problem, Judith Fox Jan 2020

The High Cost Of Eviction: Struggling To Contain A Growing Social Problem, Judith Fox

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Minnesota Evictions: Where Do We Go From Here, Brooke Bednarczyk Jan 2020

Minnesota Evictions: Where Do We Go From Here, Brooke Bednarczyk

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


“Everybody Loves The Landlord”: Evictions & The Coming Prevention Revolution, Brian G. Gilmore Jan 2020

“Everybody Loves The Landlord”: Evictions & The Coming Prevention Revolution, Brian G. Gilmore

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Not With Strong Hands, Nor With A Multitude Of People: The Statutory History Of The Eviction Procedure In Minnesota, Paul Birnberg, Samuel Spaid Jan 2020

Not With Strong Hands, Nor With A Multitude Of People: The Statutory History Of The Eviction Procedure In Minnesota, Paul Birnberg, Samuel Spaid

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Mediating Disputes That Divide Communities: What Constitutes “Success”?, Joseph B. Stulberg Jan 2020

Mediating Disputes That Divide Communities: What Constitutes “Success”?, Joseph B. Stulberg

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


A Home Is A Good Thing: An Argument For Changing The Eviction Process, Samuel Spaid Jan 2020

A Home Is A Good Thing: An Argument For Changing The Eviction Process, Samuel Spaid

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Justice Served, Housing Preserved: The Ramsey County Housing Court Model, Colleen Ebinger, Elizabeth Clysdale Jan 2020

Justice Served, Housing Preserved: The Ramsey County Housing Court Model, Colleen Ebinger, Elizabeth Clysdale

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


A Framework For Effective And Strategic Eviction Prevention, Maya Brennan Jan 2020

A Framework For Effective And Strategic Eviction Prevention, Maya Brennan

Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice

No abstract provided.


Common Interest Doctrine In Ip Transactions, John C. Reich, Sangki Park Jan 2020

Common Interest Doctrine In Ip Transactions, John C. Reich, Sangki Park

Cybaris®

No abstract provided.


Anything You Can Do, Ai Can't Do Better: An Analysis Of Conception As A Requirement For Patent Inventorship And A Rationale For Excluding Ai Inventors, Kaelyn R. Knutson Jan 2020

Anything You Can Do, Ai Can't Do Better: An Analysis Of Conception As A Requirement For Patent Inventorship And A Rationale For Excluding Ai Inventors, Kaelyn R. Knutson

Cybaris®

No abstract provided.


The Power Of Social Media As An Evolving Force And Its Impact On Intellectual Property, Whitney N. Alston Jan 2020

The Power Of Social Media As An Evolving Force And Its Impact On Intellectual Property, Whitney N. Alston

Cybaris®

No abstract provided.


The Other Side Of The Door: The Art Of Compassion In Policing, Rachel Parish, Jack J. Cambria Jan 2020

The Other Side Of The Door: The Art Of Compassion In Policing, Rachel Parish, Jack J. Cambria

DRI Press

The Other Side of the Door is an account of an extraordinary experiment by a remarkable group, jointly headed by contemporary artist Rachel Parish and Jack Cambria, the longtime commander of the New York Police Department's elite Hostage Negotiation Team. The group also included law enforcement professionals and students, performance poets, an emergency medicine physician, conflict management experts, a sociologist and two psychologists.

With the unprecedented combination of viewpoints and talents the group set out to create a new approach to police training form emotional competence. They learned as much from what did not work as from what did ...


Minnesota's Rape Shield Law: A Sword For Prosecutors; A Blow To Defendants' Constitutional Rights, Christina Zauhar, Trent Jonas Jan 2020

Minnesota's Rape Shield Law: A Sword For Prosecutors; A Blow To Defendants' Constitutional Rights, Christina Zauhar, Trent Jonas

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

No abstract provided.