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2006

Washington University in St. Louis

Washington University Journal of Law & Policy

Due process of law

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Playing Fair: Why The United States Anti-Doping Agency's Performance-Enhanced Adjudications Should Be Treated As State Action, Paul C. Mccaffrey Jan 2006

Playing Fair: Why The United States Anti-Doping Agency's Performance-Enhanced Adjudications Should Be Treated As State Action, Paul C. Mccaffrey

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No abstract provided.


Deep Freeze: Thawing Rate Of Development Growth Quotas After Zuckerman V. Town Of Hadley, Benjamin Rothmel Jan 2006

Deep Freeze: Thawing Rate Of Development Growth Quotas After Zuckerman V. Town Of Hadley, Benjamin Rothmel

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No abstract provided.


The Presumption Of Liberty And The Public Interest: Medical Marijuana And Fundamental Rights, Randy E. Barnett Jan 2006

The Presumption Of Liberty And The Public Interest: Medical Marijuana And Fundamental Rights, Randy E. Barnett

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As part of this lecture series on lawyering in the public interest, I decided to talk about my pro bono involvement in the medical cannabis case of Gonzales v. Raich, which I and three other lawyers brought on behalf of Angel Raich and Diane Monson. There are three topics I want to discuss: the first is how I got involved in doing this, which is a question I get asked all the time; the second is to describe the theory we took to the Supreme Court, which prevailed in the Ninth Circuit but was ultimately rejected by the Court on ...