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Veterans Lead The Way At Golden Gate Law, Rachel A. Van Cleave Nov 2014

Veterans Lead The Way At Golden Gate Law, Rachel A. Van Cleave

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What Law Schools And Lawyers Can Do For Veterans, Rachel A. Van Cleave May 2014

What Law Schools And Lawyers Can Do For Veterans, Rachel A. Van Cleave

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The mass shooting that left three dead and sixteen injured this year at Fort Hood is a stark reminder of the challenges and difficulties facing our service men and women. Within days of the tragedy, I attended two conferences in Washington, D.C. to discuss how the legal community may work to serve veterans. One was hosted by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the other by the Puller Clinic at William & Mary Law School.


Paging Dr. Derrida: A Deconstructionist Approach To Understanding The Affordable Care Act Litigation, Laura A. Cisneros Jan 2014

Paging Dr. Derrida: A Deconstructionist Approach To Understanding The Affordable Care Act Litigation, Laura A. Cisneros

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Sovereignty federalism and cooperative federalism represent the two dominant federalism narratives among Supreme Court justices and scholars. The Court consistently invokes formal protections to safeguard the states' right to preside over their own empires.' Sovereignty scholars tend to embrace this dualistic vision of federalism that locates federalism's success in the state's ability to exercise supreme policymaking authority within its own sphere of influence without federal interference. By contrast, academics that lean toward cooperative federalism locate the states' power in their position as federal servants, not separate sovereigns. Scholars have commented that even though these academics tend to resist ...