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On The Ethics Of Lawyers, Peter J. Riga 2017 St. John's University School of Law

On The Ethics Of Lawyers, Peter J. Riga

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Estoppel And Immigration, Geraldine O'Donnell 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Estoppel And Immigration, Geraldine O'Donnell

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Due Process And The Deportable Alien: Limitation On State Department Participation In Withholding Of Deportation Inquiry, James Quinlan 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Due Process And The Deportable Alien: Limitation On State Department Participation In Withholding Of Deportation Inquiry, James Quinlan

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


The Uneven Scales Of Lady Justice, Jessica H. Shepard 2017 Georgia College and State University

The Uneven Scales Of Lady Justice, Jessica H. Shepard

Georgia College Student Research Events

For centuries, women have been assigned a specific gender role, and men hold them accountable to stay within this role. When these roles are broken, severe punishment or dismissal can be the result. From the Demonic age to today, as well as the different schools of criminology, the way women have been treated has been documented. The evil woman theory introduces the idea that when women commit a crime, they are no longer acting in the stereotypical way of a woman; therefore, punishment should be more severe. On the other side, some men treat women with chivalry, seeing them as ...


Card: Thank You Note From President Bill Clinton, William Jefferson Clinton 2017 University of North Florida

Card: Thank You Note From President Bill Clinton, William Jefferson Clinton

Saffy Collection Textual

Note: To Edna Saffy, your support and friendship during my first term have meant much to me and our administration. Thank you. Bill Clinton. Box: 35 Folder: 1


Certificate Of Subject Of Biographical Record In "Who's Who In The South And Southwest", Marquis Who's Who Publication Board 2017 University of North Florida

Certificate Of Subject Of Biographical Record In "Who's Who In The South And Southwest", Marquis Who's Who Publication Board

Saffy Collection Textual

The Marquis Who’s Who Publication Board Certifies the Edna. L. Saffy is a subject of biographical record in Who’s Who in the South and Southwest Eighteenth Edition 1982/1983 inclusion in which is limited to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their own fields of endeavor and who have, thereby, contributed significantly to the betterment of contemporary society. Box: 35 Folder 1


Title Ix And Procedural Fairness: Why Disciplined-Student Litigation Does Not Undermine The Role Of Title Ix In Campus Sexual Assault, Erin E. Buzuvis 2017 Western New England University School of Law

Title Ix And Procedural Fairness: Why Disciplined-Student Litigation Does Not Undermine The Role Of Title Ix In Campus Sexual Assault, Erin E. Buzuvis

Montana Law Review

Disciplined-student litigation can does not affect Title IX enforcement in campus sexual assault.


The Effects Of The Hypothetical Putative Confession And Negatively-Valenced Yes/No Questions On Maltreated And Non-Maltreated Children's Dislcosure Of A Minor Transgression, Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Kelly McWilliams, Thomas D. Lyon 2017 Arizona State University

The Effects Of The Hypothetical Putative Confession And Negatively-Valenced Yes/No Questions On Maltreated And Non-Maltreated Children's Dislcosure Of A Minor Transgression, Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Kelly Mcwilliams, Thomas D. Lyon

University of Southern California Legal Studies Working Paper Series

This study examined the effects of the hypothetical putative confession (telling children “What if I said that [the suspect] told me everything that happened and he wants you to tell the truth?”) and negatively-valenced yes/no questions varying in their explicitness (“Did [toy] break?” vs. “Did something bad happen to the [toy]?”) on 206 4- to 9-year-old maltreated and non-maltreated children’s reports, half of whom had experienced toy breakage and had been admonished to keep the breakage a secret. The hypothetical putative confession increased the likelihood that children disclosed breakage without increasing false reports. The yes/no questions elicited ...


Two Steps Forward, Lucy France 2017 Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana

Two Steps Forward, Lucy France

Montana Law Review

This is the Foreward for the Symposium Issue of the Montana Law Review


Sex And The Single Mal Girl: How Voluntary Intoxication Affects Consent, Kevin Cole 2017 University of San Diego School of Law

Sex And The Single Mal Girl: How Voluntary Intoxication Affects Consent, Kevin Cole

Montana Law Review

With respect to voluntary intoxication and campus sexual assault, the law can better reconcile the positive and negative autonomy interests without doing violence to important norms against vague criminal prohibitions


Fighting The Rape Culture Wars Through The Preponderance Of The Evidence Standard, Deborah L. Brake 2017 University of Pittsburgh School of Law

Fighting The Rape Culture Wars Through The Preponderance Of The Evidence Standard, Deborah L. Brake

Montana Law Review

Fighting the Rape Culture Wars Through the Preponderance of the Evidence Standard


Rape By Malice, Kari Hong 2017 Boston College Law School

Rape By Malice, Kari Hong

Montana Law Review

When people seek to reform rape law, the focus is on changing the actus reus—either abandoning the force element or redefining consent. This article argues that both approaches overlook a critical opportunity for reform, which is the crime’s mens rea. Knowledge, or general intent, is the most common mens rea in rape offenses. The problem with this mental state is that proving what a defendant knew is one of the hardest parts of any criminal prosecution. Although scholars have explored reckless or negligent standards, this article proposes that states adopt the mens rea of malice—a callous indifference ...


2016 James R. Browning Symposium Keynote, Michael W. Cotter 2017 Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana

2016 James R. Browning Symposium Keynote, Michael W. Cotter

Montana Law Review

2016 Browning Symposium Keynote


2016 James R. Browning Symposium Keynote, Tim Fox 2017 Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana

2016 James R. Browning Symposium Keynote, Tim Fox

Montana Law Review

2016 Browning Symposium Keynote


Institutional Failure, Campus Sexual Assault And Danger In The Dorms: Regulatory Limits And The Promise Of Tort Law, Andrea A. Curcio 2017 Georgia State University College of Law

Institutional Failure, Campus Sexual Assault And Danger In The Dorms: Regulatory Limits And The Promise Of Tort Law, Andrea A. Curcio

Montana Law Review

Schools are in a position to help reduce the risk of campus sexual assault through risk education. Litigation and publicity against educational institutions could help to shine a light on the problem.


Statecraft, Domestic Politics, And Foreign Policymaking: The El Chamizal Dispute, Albert E. Utton 2017 University of New Mexico

Statecraft, Domestic Politics, And Foreign Policymaking: The El Chamizal Dispute, Albert E. Utton

Natural Resources Journal

No abstract provided.


Public Participation And Natural Resource Decision-Making: The Case Of The Rare Ii Decisions, Paul Mohai 2017 University of New Mexico

Public Participation And Natural Resource Decision-Making: The Case Of The Rare Ii Decisions, Paul Mohai

Natural Resources Journal

No abstract provided.


Destination-Based Cash Flow Taxation, Alan J. Auerbach 2017 University of California - Berkeley

Destination-Based Cash Flow Taxation, Alan J. Auerbach

Law, Economics, & Business Workshop

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents, 2017 University of Richmond

Table Of Contents

Richmond Public Interest Law Review

No abstract provided.


Letter From The Editor, Emily Bowles 2017 University of Richmond

Letter From The Editor, Emily Bowles

Richmond Public Interest Law Review

No abstract provided.


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