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The University Of The Future Has Already Arrived, Stanley Fish 2017 Florida International University College of Law

The University Of The Future Has Already Arrived, Stanley Fish

Stanley Fish

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My Response, Stanley Fish 2017 Florida International University College of Law

My Response, Stanley Fish

Stanley Fish

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Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 2017, University of Richmond 2017 University of Richmond

Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 2017, University Of Richmond

Richmond Law Magazine

Features:

The Happy Lawyer

"Tyranny of the Algorithm"

Virginia's New Prescription for the Opioid Crisis


Breaking The Cycle: An Exploratory Study Of Alternative Solutions For Mentally Ill Adults In The Criminal Justice System, Lindsey Whitley 2017 Liberty University

Breaking The Cycle: An Exploratory Study Of Alternative Solutions For Mentally Ill Adults In The Criminal Justice System, Lindsey Whitley

Masters Theses

Mental illness is a prevalent issue and many times individuals diagnosed with a mental illness are repeat offenders within the criminal justice system; therefore, it is important to understand the problems at hand and find ways to handle the problems, or best yet take preventative measures to stop the problems from ever occurring. The literature review and interviews show that the criminal justice system seems to be handling mental illness in the best way possible with the current resources that are available to them. However, the literature review and interviews also show that an increase in resources and training on ...


Sex Discrimination: Social Security Benefits, Neil B. Cohen, Catherine A. Broderick, Charles H. Klein 2017 Brooklyn Law School

Sex Discrimination: Social Security Benefits, Neil B. Cohen, Catherine A. Broderick, Charles H. Klein

Charles H. Klein

No abstract provided.


Risk Regulation At The Federal Level: Administrative Procedure Constraints And Opportunities, Jeffrey S. Lubbers 2017 Selected Works

Risk Regulation At The Federal Level: Administrative Procedure Constraints And Opportunities, Jeffrey S. Lubbers

Jeffrey Lubbers

An introduction to the legal framework within which employees of the "twigs" on our fourth branch of government must operate. Particular attention is given to research sponsored by the Administrative Conference of the United States which has dealt with, for example, process problems in resolving specific issues and in building consensus on broad policy matters. [Excerpt] “Administrative agencies - the "twigs" on our fourth branch of government - are established to handle the details of administration deemed too painstaking, technically complex or even controversial for direct Congressional or Presidential involvement. In the current government structure, sometimes called the "modem administrative state," these ...


The Potential Of Rulemaking By The Nlrb, Jeffrey S. Lubbers 2017 American University’s Washington College of Law

The Potential Of Rulemaking By The Nlrb, Jeffrey S. Lubbers

Jeffrey Lubbers

No abstract provided.


Understanding Medical Records In The Twenty-First Century, Samuel D. Hodge, Jr., Joanne Callahan 2017 Barry University School of Law

Understanding Medical Records In The Twenty-First Century, Samuel D. Hodge, Jr., Joanne Callahan

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Florida’S Contradiction And The Tipped Employees’ Plight: Why The Florida Civil Rights Act Of 1992 Mandates That Florida Raise The Tipped Minimum Wage And The Necessary Standard Of Review, Jamy E. Barreau 2017 Barry University School of Law

Florida’S Contradiction And The Tipped Employees’ Plight: Why The Florida Civil Rights Act Of 1992 Mandates That Florida Raise The Tipped Minimum Wage And The Necessary Standard Of Review, Jamy E. Barreau

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Debate On Birthright Citizenship, Dr. John Eastman, Ediberto Román Florida International University College of Law 2017 Chapman University School of Law

Debate On Birthright Citizenship, Dr. John Eastman, Ediberto Román Florida International University College Of Law

Ediberto Roman

No abstract provided.


An Overview Of The October 2006 Supreme Court Term, Erwin Chemerinsky 2017 Duke University Law School

An Overview Of The October 2006 Supreme Court Term, Erwin Chemerinsky

Erwin Chemerinsky

No abstract provided.


Creating An Anti-Corruption Norm In Africa: Critical Reflections On Legal Instrumentalization For Development, Paul D. Ocheje 2017 University of Windsor, Faculty of Law

Creating An Anti-Corruption Norm In Africa: Critical Reflections On Legal Instrumentalization For Development, Paul D. Ocheje

Law Publications

Abstract

This article reflects critically on the instrumental value of law in the anti-corruption struggle in Africa. Three questions are central to this reflection: (a) Is the instrumental use of law to achieve a developmental purpose, such as anti-corruption, defensible in theory and practice? (b) Is law necessary to, and/or adequate for, the creation of an anti-corruption norm? (c) Why do the developing countries perform so poorly in the fight against corruption in comparison with their wealthier, industrialized counterparts? While the article defends the instrumentalization of law in this regard, it argues that the African normative context of corruption ...


Revolutionary Disobedience, Philip K. Y. Lau 2017 Barry University School of Law

Revolutionary Disobedience, Philip K. Y. Lau

Barry Law Review

Over the past few decades, civil disobedience has become one of the most widely studied subjects in jurisprudence. Scholars such as Rawls and Dworkin have offered their unique reflections on the subject. Whilst many have made great contributions to clarify its purposes and justifications, they have neglected one of the most important and fundamental forms of political disobedience, namely revolutionary disobedience. Unlike an act of civil disobedience, which recognizes governmental authority and legitimacy, revolutionary disobedience explicitly denies and challenges them. Manifested as a rupture between the constituent power (ruled/governed) and constituted power (ruler/governor) in a given state, it ...


The Role Of The Judiciary When The Agency Confirmation Process Stalls: Thoughts On The Two-Member Nlrb And The Questions The Supreme Court Should Have, But Didn’T, Address In New Process Steel, L.P. V. Nlrb, Catherine L. Fisk 2017 University of California, Irvine

The Role Of The Judiciary When The Agency Confirmation Process Stalls: Thoughts On The Two-Member Nlrb And The Questions The Supreme Court Should Have, But Didn’T, Address In New Process Steel, L.P. V. Nlrb, Catherine L. Fisk

Catherine Fisk

No abstract provided.


Do Code Violations And Liens Run With The Land? Carving Out A Changing Landscape To Section 162.09(3), Florida Statutes, With Enactment Of Section 723.024, Florida Statutes, Mobile Home Park Lot Tenancies, Harry M. Hipler 2017 Barry University School of Law

Do Code Violations And Liens Run With The Land? Carving Out A Changing Landscape To Section 162.09(3), Florida Statutes, With Enactment Of Section 723.024, Florida Statutes, Mobile Home Park Lot Tenancies, Harry M. Hipler

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Riparian Rights In A Polluted World: Property Right Or Tort?, Daniel P. Fernandez 2017 Barry University School of Law

Riparian Rights In A Polluted World: Property Right Or Tort?, Daniel P. Fernandez

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


2017 Annual Report For Digital Commons: The Legal Scholarship Repository @ Golden Gate University School Of Law, Janet Fischer 2017 Golden Gate University School of Law

2017 Annual Report For Digital Commons: The Legal Scholarship Repository @ Golden Gate University School Of Law, Janet Fischer

Annual Reports

Digital Commons: The Legal Scholarship Repository @ Golden Gate University School of Law, or, simply, DC@GGULaw, is the institutional repository for the law school’s intellectual work and contributions to the field of law, produced by faculty, students, centers or conferences. This report highlights the major accomplishments of DC@GGULaw from May, 2016 through April, 2017.


Sex Reassignment Surgery & The New Standard Of Care: An Analysis Of The Role The Federal Court System, The States, Society, And The Medical Community Serve In Paving The Way For Incarcerated Transgendered Persons' Constitutional Right To A Sex Change, Victor J. Genchi 2017 Barry University School of Law

Sex Reassignment Surgery & The New Standard Of Care: An Analysis Of The Role The Federal Court System, The States, Society, And The Medical Community Serve In Paving The Way For Incarcerated Transgendered Persons' Constitutional Right To A Sex Change, Victor J. Genchi

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Expanding The Slayer Rule In Florida: Why Elder Abuse Should Trigger Disinheritance, Natasa Glisic 2017 Barry University School of Law

Expanding The Slayer Rule In Florida: Why Elder Abuse Should Trigger Disinheritance, Natasa Glisic

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


Find My Criminals: Fourth Amendment Implications Of The Universal Cell Phone "App" That Every Cell Phone User Has But No Criminal Wants, Christopher Joseph 2017 Barry University School of Law

Find My Criminals: Fourth Amendment Implications Of The Universal Cell Phone "App" That Every Cell Phone User Has But No Criminal Wants, Christopher Joseph

Barry Law Review

No abstract provided.


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