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Stylish Legal Citation, Alexa Z. Chew Jan 2019

Stylish Legal Citation, Alexa Z. Chew

Working Papers

Can legal citations be stylish? Is that even a thing? Yes, and this Article explains why and how. The usual approach to writing citations is as a separate, inferior part of the writing process, a perfunctory task that satisfies a convention but isn’t worth the attention that stylish writers spend on the “real” words in their documents. This Article argues that the usual approach is wrong. Instead, legal writers should strive to write stylish legal citations—citations that are fully integrated with the prose to convey information in a readable way to a legal audience.

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Brief To The National Labor Relations Board By Amicus Curiae Professor Jeffrey M. Hirsch, Jeffrey M. Hirsch Sep 2018

Brief To The National Labor Relations Board By Amicus Curiae Professor Jeffrey M. Hirsch, Jeffrey M. Hirsch

Faculty Publications

In Purple Communications, Inc., 361 N.L.R.B. 1050 (2014), the NLRB set forth a new analysis covering employees’ use of employer-provided email. Under this analysis, which is based on the Supreme Court’s seminal decision in Republic Aviation Corp. v. NLRB, 324 U.S. 793 (1945), the Board presumes that employees who have access to their employer’s email as part of their work duties can use that email for Section 7 purposes during nonwork time. Purple Communications, 361 N.L.R.B. at 1063. The employer can rebut this presumption by showing that special business circumstances justify ...


North Carolina's Nonprofit Property Tax Exemption Conundrum, Thomas A. Kelley, Christopher B. Mclaughlin Sep 2018

North Carolina's Nonprofit Property Tax Exemption Conundrum, Thomas A. Kelley, Christopher B. Mclaughlin

North Carolina Law Review

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Contents, North Carolina Law Review Sep 2018

Contents, North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Law Review

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Searching For The Right Approach: Regulating Short-Term Rentals In North Carolina, Thomas S. Walker Sep 2018

Searching For The Right Approach: Regulating Short-Term Rentals In North Carolina, Thomas S. Walker

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Defense Of The Defense: An Analysis Of The North Carolina Attorney General's Legal Ability To Refuse To Defend State Laws, Wesleigh C. Vick Sep 2018

A Defense Of The Defense: An Analysis Of The North Carolina Attorney General's Legal Ability To Refuse To Defend State Laws, Wesleigh C. Vick

North Carolina Law Review

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Searching Everywhere For A Section 24(1)(A) Standard: City Of Asheville, Town Of Boone, And The Unclear Future Of Local-State Relations In North Carolina, Jeffrey D. Miles Sep 2018

Searching Everywhere For A Section 24(1)(A) Standard: City Of Asheville, Town Of Boone, And The Unclear Future Of Local-State Relations In North Carolina, Jeffrey D. Miles

North Carolina Law Review

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Defining North Carolina's Public Records And Open Meetings Fee-Shifting Provisions In The Larger National Context, Elliot Engstrom Sep 2018

Defining North Carolina's Public Records And Open Meetings Fee-Shifting Provisions In The Larger National Context, Elliot Engstrom

North Carolina Law Review

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Far From A "Dead Letter": The Contract Clause And North Carolina Association Of Educators V. State, Tommy Tobin Sep 2018

Far From A "Dead Letter": The Contract Clause And North Carolina Association Of Educators V. State, Tommy Tobin

North Carolina Law Review

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Tweets To A Young 1l, Rachel I. Gurvich Jul 2018

Tweets To A Young 1l, Rachel I. Gurvich

Faculty Publications

A series of eleven tweets ruminating about the author's law school experience received a positive and enthusiastic response from many lawyers, law professors, and law students, and ultimately caught the eye of one of the Green Bag’s editors. This short piece unpacks and contextualizes those tweets. The original tweets appear below, numbered as they first appeared on Twitter.


Police-Generated Digital Video: Five Key Questions, Multiple Audiences, And A Range Of Answers, Richard E. Myers Ii Jun 2018

Police-Generated Digital Video: Five Key Questions, Multiple Audiences, And A Range Of Answers, Richard E. Myers Ii

North Carolina Law Review

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Contents, North Carolina Law Review Jun 2018

Contents, North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Law Review

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Body Cameras And The Path To Redeem Privacy Law, Woodrow Hartzog Jun 2018

Body Cameras And The Path To Redeem Privacy Law, Woodrow Hartzog

North Carolina Law Review

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Police Misconduct, Video Recording, And Procedural Barriers To Rights Enforcement, Howard M. Wasserman Jun 2018

Police Misconduct, Video Recording, And Procedural Barriers To Rights Enforcement, Howard M. Wasserman

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Police Body-Worn Cameras, Seth W. Stoughton Jun 2018

Police Body-Worn Cameras, Seth W. Stoughton

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Privacy And Cybersecurity Lessons At The Intersection Of The Internet Of Things And Police Body-Worn Cameras, Peter Swire, Jesse Woo Jun 2018

Privacy And Cybersecurity Lessons At The Intersection Of The Internet Of Things And Police Body-Worn Cameras, Peter Swire, Jesse Woo

North Carolina Law Review

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Officer Discretion And The Choice To Record: Officer Attitudes Towards Body-Worn Camera Activation, Bryce Clayton Newell, Ruben Greidanus Jun 2018

Officer Discretion And The Choice To Record: Officer Attitudes Towards Body-Worn Camera Activation, Bryce Clayton Newell, Ruben Greidanus

North Carolina Law Review

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The Intersection Of Law, Policy, And Police Body-Worn Cameras: An Exploration Of Critical Issues, Michael D. White, Henry F. Fradella Jun 2018

The Intersection Of Law, Policy, And Police Body-Worn Cameras: An Exploration Of Critical Issues, Michael D. White, Henry F. Fradella

North Carolina Law Review

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Democratizing Proof: Pooling Public And Police Body-Camera Videos, Mary D. Fan Jun 2018

Democratizing Proof: Pooling Public And Police Body-Camera Videos, Mary D. Fan

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Bulk Biometric Metadata Collection, Margaret Hu Jun 2018

Bulk Biometric Metadata Collection, Margaret Hu

North Carolina Law Review

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Academic Freedom In The Guarded Institution, Douglas B. Mckechnie, Eric Merriam May 2018

Academic Freedom In The Guarded Institution, Douglas B. Mckechnie, Eric Merriam

First Amendment Law Review

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Litigating Free Speech Issues In The Trenches, Robert M. O'Neil May 2018

Litigating Free Speech Issues In The Trenches, Robert M. O'Neil

First Amendment Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Analysis Of The Academic Freedom Of Public University Professors, Vikram Amar May 2018

A Comparative Analysis Of The Academic Freedom Of Public University Professors, Vikram Amar

First Amendment Law Review

No abstract provided.


Academic Freedom And Political Correctness In Uncivil Times, Rodney A. Smolla May 2018

Academic Freedom And Political Correctness In Uncivil Times, Rodney A. Smolla

First Amendment Law Review

No abstract provided.


Current Threats To Free Speech On Campus, Robert Shibley May 2018

Current Threats To Free Speech On Campus, Robert Shibley

First Amendment Law Review

No abstract provided.


Contents, First Amendment Law Review May 2018

Contents, First Amendment Law Review

First Amendment Law Review

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Contents, North Carolina Law Review May 2018

Contents, North Carolina Law Review

North Carolina Law Review

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Herding Cats: Governing Distributed Innovation, Albert C. Lin May 2018

Herding Cats: Governing Distributed Innovation, Albert C. Lin

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Consent To Intimate Regulation, Kaiponanea T. Matsumura May 2018

Consent To Intimate Regulation, Kaiponanea T. Matsumura

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


"Good Artists Borrow; Great Artists Steal": How The Fair Use Doctrine Can Bring Harmony To The Federal Circuits On Digital Music Sampling, Peyton E. Miller May 2018

"Good Artists Borrow; Great Artists Steal": How The Fair Use Doctrine Can Bring Harmony To The Federal Circuits On Digital Music Sampling, Peyton E. Miller

North Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.