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Texas, The Death Penalty, And Intellectual Disability, Megan Green Oct 2019

Texas, The Death Penalty, And Intellectual Disability, Megan Green

St. Mary's Law Journal

Abstract forthcoming


Drawing The Line At Atkins And Roper: The Case Against Additional Categorical Exemptions From Capital Punishment For Offenders With Conditions Affecting Brain Function, Mark E. Coon Apr 2013

Drawing The Line At Atkins And Roper: The Case Against Additional Categorical Exemptions From Capital Punishment For Offenders With Conditions Affecting Brain Function, Mark E. Coon

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Disability Trouble, Bradley A. Areheart Dec 2010

Disability Trouble, Bradley A. Areheart

Bradley A. Areheart

In the 1960s, the term “gender” emerged in the academic literature to indicate the socially constructed nature of being a man or woman. The gender/sex binary soon became standard academic fare, with sex representing biology and gender representing sex’s social construct. However, in the 1980s feminists became concerned the gender/sex binary - by effectively designating sex as non-social - left room for biological determinism. These feminists made “gender trouble” in part by arguing biological sex was a social concept. The resulting scholarship on sex and gender enriched feminist thought and catalyzed civil rights through an expansion of legal protections ...


Road Warrior: Two Parents' Perspective On Getting Services For Children With Special Needs, Teresa K. Lamaster, John J. O'Brien Jan 2002

Road Warrior: Two Parents' Perspective On Getting Services For Children With Special Needs, Teresa K. Lamaster, John J. O'Brien

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.