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Why Heightened Pleading - Why Now?, Jeffrey J. Rachlinski 2010 Cornell Law School

Why Heightened Pleading - Why Now?, Jeffrey J. Rachlinski

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

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Ohio’S Use Of Geographic Information Systems To Demonstrate Public Participation In The Redistricting Process, Mark J. Salling Ph.D., GISP 2010 Duke Law

Ohio’S Use Of Geographic Information Systems To Demonstrate Public Participation In The Redistricting Process, Mark J. Salling Ph.D., Gisp

Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy

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Journal Staff, 2010 Duke Law

Journal Staff

Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy

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Center For Terrorism Law: Monthly Activity Report, 2010-04, St. Mary's University School of Law Center for Terrorism Law 2010 St. Mary's University

Center For Terrorism Law: Monthly Activity Report, 2010-04, St. Mary's University School Of Law Center For Terrorism Law

Monthly Report

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Citizenship Perception Strain In Cases Of Crime And War: On Law And Intuition, Mary De Ming Fan 2010 University of Washington School of Law

Citizenship Perception Strain In Cases Of Crime And War: On Law And Intuition, Mary De Ming Fan

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The jurisprudence on crime and war has repeatedly indicated that citizenship matters in determining the scope and applicability of constitutional protections. Just how citizenship matters and what vision of the citizen controls have been murky, however. A rich literature has developed deploring how the nation and the jurisprudence have appeared to slip beneath the baseline of protections when faced with formal citizens who challenge our popular notions about what citizens look like, feel like, and do. What warrants further examination is why this may be so. Understanding the processes that may blur the doctrine and lead to slippage in citizenship ...


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 51 Number 4, Spring 2010, Santa Clara University 2010 Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 51 Number 4, Spring 2010, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

14 - Bending light BY STEVEN BOYD SAUM. They wanted to show that green living is not a compromise. So, for the international Solar Decathlon, the SCU-led Team California built a house of light and wonder. And it was dazzling enough to win No. 3 on the planet. 22 - Connect the dots BY SCOTT BROWN '93. From border security to disaster preparedness, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano '79 has one immense portfolio. She's also the point person on immigration. How to put those together? 28 - This place we call home BY KRISTINA CHIAPELLA '09 '09. Generations ago, Native Americans ...


When Lightning Strikes Back: South Carolina's Return To The Unconstitutional Standardless Capital Sentencing Regime Of The Pre-Furman Era, John H. Blume, Sheri Johnson, Emily C. Paavola, Keir M. Weyble 2010 Cornell Law School

When Lightning Strikes Back: South Carolina's Return To The Unconstitutional Standardless Capital Sentencing Regime Of The Pre-Furman Era, John H. Blume, Sheri Johnson, Emily C. Paavola, Keir M. Weyble

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

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The Dance Of Death Or (Almost) "No One Here Gets Out Alive": The Fourth Circuit's Capital Punishment Jurisprudence, John H. Blume 2010 Cornell Law School

The Dance Of Death Or (Almost) "No One Here Gets Out Alive": The Fourth Circuit's Capital Punishment Jurisprudence, John H. Blume

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

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Is The Filibuster Constitutional?, Josh Chafetz, Michael J. Gerhardt 2010 Cornell Law School

Is The Filibuster Constitutional?, Josh Chafetz, Michael J. Gerhardt

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

With the help of the President, Democrats in Congress were able to pass historic healthcare-reform legislation in spite of - and thanks to - the significant structural obstacles presented by the Senate’s arcane parliamentary rules. After the passage of the bill, the current political climate appears to require sixty votes for the passage of any major legislation, a practice which many argue is unsustainable.

In this Debate, Professors Josh Chafetz and Michael Gerhardt debate the constitutionality of the Senate’s cloture rules by looking to the history of those rules in the United States and elsewhere. Professor Chafetz argues that the ...


A Regulatory Reinterpretation To Blow Away Dirty Energy? , Seth Cox 2010 University of Missouri School of Law

A Regulatory Reinterpretation To Blow Away Dirty Energy? , Seth Cox

Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law

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Regulating Climate Change Risk At The Local Level - The Denver Experience: Greenprint Or Greenwash?, Romulo Silveira da Rocha Sampaio 2010 University of Missouri School of Law

Regulating Climate Change Risk At The Local Level - The Denver Experience: Greenprint Or Greenwash?, Romulo Silveira Da Rocha Sampaio

Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law

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Terrorist Attacks & Nepa: The Third Circuit Creates A Split In Authority. New Jersey Department Of Environmental Protection V. Nrc, Thomas C. Smith 2010 University of Missouri School of Law

Terrorist Attacks & Nepa: The Third Circuit Creates A Split In Authority. New Jersey Department Of Environmental Protection V. Nrc, Thomas C. Smith

Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law

No abstract provided.


One Little Word Can Make All The Difference: Literal Interpretation Leads To Lake Destruction. Coeur Alaska, Inc. V. Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, Jessica Adams 2010 University of Missouri School of Law

One Little Word Can Make All The Difference: Literal Interpretation Leads To Lake Destruction. Coeur Alaska, Inc. V. Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, Jessica Adams

Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law

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The Road To Nowhere: The Ninth Circuit Upholds Nation-Wide Protection Of Inventoried Roadless Areas In National Forests. California Ex Rel. Lockyer V. Usda, Danielle Hofman 2010 University of Missouri School of Law

The Road To Nowhere: The Ninth Circuit Upholds Nation-Wide Protection Of Inventoried Roadless Areas In National Forests. California Ex Rel. Lockyer V. Usda, Danielle Hofman

Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law

No abstract provided.


International & Comparative Law Perspectives: Spring 2010, Int'l & Comp. Law Program 2010 George Washington University

International & Comparative Law Perspectives: Spring 2010, Int'l & Comp. Law Program

International & Comparative Law Perspectives

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Intellectual Property Perspectives: Spring 2010, IP Law Program 2010 George Washington University

Intellectual Property Perspectives: Spring 2010, Ip Law Program

Intellectual Property Perspectives

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Environmental Perspectives: Spring 2010, Environmental Law Program 2010 George Washington University

Environmental Perspectives: Spring 2010, Environmental Law Program

Environmental and Energy Law Perspectives

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Bc Law Magazine Spring/Summer 2010, Boston College Law School 2010 Boston College Law School

Bc Law Magazine Spring/Summer 2010, Boston College Law School

Boston College Law School Magazine

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Internet Intermediaries And Copyright Law In Singapore, Warren B. CHIK, David YONG 2010 Singapore Management University

Internet Intermediaries And Copyright Law In Singapore, Warren B. Chik, David Yong

Research Collection School Of Law

Thisarticle discusses Practice Direction No 2 of 2010 issued by the SubordinateCourts concerning the "ADR Form". It also reviews other jurisdictions’approaches towards encouraging the use of mediation.


Restoring Tradition: The Inapplicability Of Tva V. Hill's Endangered Species Act Injunctive Relief Standard To Preliminary Injunctive Relief Of Non-Federal Actors , Brandon M. Middleton 2010 University of Missouri School of Law

Restoring Tradition: The Inapplicability Of Tva V. Hill's Endangered Species Act Injunctive Relief Standard To Preliminary Injunctive Relief Of Non-Federal Actors , Brandon M. Middleton

Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law

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