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The Election Period And Regulation Of The Democratic Process, Saul Zipkin 2010 College of William & Mary Law School

The Election Period And Regulation Of The Democratic Process, Saul Zipkin

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Impeachment As Judicial Selection?, Tuan Samahon 2010 College of William & Mary Law School

Impeachment As Judicial Selection?, Tuan Samahon

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Making Sense Of Facial And As-Applied Challenges, Alex Kreit 2010 College of William & Mary Law School

Making Sense Of Facial And As-Applied Challenges, Alex Kreit

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Challenges To State Anti-Preference Laws And The Role Of Federal Courts, Michael E. Rosman 2010 College of William & Mary Law School

Challenges To State Anti-Preference Laws And The Role Of Federal Courts, Michael E. Rosman

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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The Sit-Ins And The State Action Doctrine, Christopher W. Schmidt 2010 College of William & Mary Law School

The Sit-Ins And The State Action Doctrine, Christopher W. Schmidt

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

By taking their seats at “whites only” lunch counters across the South in the spring of 1960, African American students not only launched a dramatic new stage in the civil rights movement, they also sparked a national reconsideration of the scope of the constitutional equal protection requirement. The critical constitutional question raised by the sit-in movement was whether the Fourteenth Amendment, which after Brown v. Board of Education1 prohibited racial segregation in schools and other stateoperated facilities, applied to privately owned accommodations open to the general public. From the perspective of the student protesters, the lunch counter operators, and most ...


Where Do We Go From Here? Handgun Regulation In A Post-Heller World, Lindsey Craven 2010 College of William & Mary Law School

Where Do We Go From Here? Handgun Regulation In A Post-Heller World, Lindsey Craven

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Of Fat People And Fundamental Rights: The Constitutionality Of The New York City Trans-Fat Ban, Katharine Kruk 2010 College of William & Mary Law School

Of Fat People And Fundamental Rights: The Constitutionality Of The New York City Trans-Fat Ban, Katharine Kruk

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Statewide Capital Punishment: The Case For Eliminating Counties’ Role In The Death Penalty, Adam M. Gershowitz 2010 William & Mary Law School

Statewide Capital Punishment: The Case For Eliminating Counties’ Role In The Death Penalty, Adam M. Gershowitz

Faculty Publications

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Contents, First Amendment Law Review 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Contents, First Amendment Law Review

First Amendment Law Review

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Father Hill And Fanny Hill: An Activist Group's Crusade To Remake Obscenity Law, Stephen Bates 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Father Hill And Fanny Hill: An Activist Group's Crusade To Remake Obscenity Law, Stephen Bates

First Amendment Law Review

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Standards Of Conduct For Journalists Under Europe's First Amendment, Regis Bismuth 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Standards Of Conduct For Journalists Under Europe's First Amendment, Regis Bismuth

First Amendment Law Review

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Licensing Facially Religious Government Speech: Summum'S Impact On The Free Speech And Establishment Clauses, Scott W. Gaylord 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Licensing Facially Religious Government Speech: Summum'S Impact On The Free Speech And Establishment Clauses, Scott W. Gaylord

First Amendment Law Review

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Blood Libel: Radical Islam's Conscription Of The Law Of Defamation Into A Legal Jihad Against The West - And How To Stop It, R. Ashby Pate 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Blood Libel: Radical Islam's Conscription Of The Law Of Defamation Into A Legal Jihad Against The West - And How To Stop It, R. Ashby Pate

First Amendment Law Review

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Obstacles To Credit Rating Agencies' First Amendment Defense In Light Of Abu Dhabi, Parisa Haghshenas 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Obstacles To Credit Rating Agencies' First Amendment Defense In Light Of Abu Dhabi, Parisa Haghshenas

First Amendment Law Review

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Iran, Social Media, And U.S. Trade Sanctions: The First Amendment Implications Of U.S. Foreign Policy, Nadia L. Luhr 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Iran, Social Media, And U.S. Trade Sanctions: The First Amendment Implications Of U.S. Foreign Policy, Nadia L. Luhr

First Amendment Law Review

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Insincere Apologies: The Tenth Circuit's Treatment Of Compelled Speech In Public High Schools, Nora Sullivan 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Insincere Apologies: The Tenth Circuit's Treatment Of Compelled Speech In Public High Schools, Nora Sullivan

First Amendment Law Review

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Necessity Is The Mother Of Innovation During The Credit Crisis, David Line Batty 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Necessity Is The Mother Of Innovation During The Credit Crisis, David Line Batty

North Carolina Banking Institute

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Ponzi Schemes And Litigation Risks: What Every Financial Services Company Should Know, Kenneth C. Johnston, Kellie M. Johnson, Joseph A. Hummel 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Ponzi Schemes And Litigation Risks: What Every Financial Services Company Should Know, Kenneth C. Johnston, Kellie M. Johnson, Joseph A. Hummel

North Carolina Banking Institute

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Executive Compensation And Risk: Tarp Rules For Financial Institutions Trigger Broader Risk Assessment Of Compensation Policies, Michael S. Melbinger 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Executive Compensation And Risk: Tarp Rules For Financial Institutions Trigger Broader Risk Assessment Of Compensation Policies, Michael S. Melbinger

North Carolina Banking Institute

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Retirement Savings In The Face Of Increasing Longevity: The Advantages Of Deferring Retirement, Chase A. Tweel 2010 University of North Carolina School of Law

Retirement Savings In The Face Of Increasing Longevity: The Advantages Of Deferring Retirement, Chase A. Tweel

North Carolina Banking Institute

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