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New Directions In Protest Policing, Edward R. Maguire Dec 2015

New Directions In Protest Policing, Edward R. Maguire

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

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Teaching "Ferguson", Chad Flanders Nov 2015

Teaching "Ferguson", Chad Flanders

All Faculty Scholarship

What we now refer to simply as "Ferguson" erupted in August of 20T4 and immediately raised a cluster o f legal issues. What crime had Michael Brown allegedly committed? Did Officer Darren Wilson commit a crime when he shot at Brown? Protests ensued, and they in turn inspired a police response, a response that seemed to many more violent than the protests themselves. What of the First Amendment rights o f the protesters and o f the journalists covering them? What laws were they-protestors and some journalists-supposedly breaking?1

As the days and weeks passed, the legal issues multiplied, and …


It's Not Just Ferguson: Missouri Supreme Court Should Consolidate The Municipal Court System, Thomas Harvey, John Mcannar, Michael-John Voss, Joshua Feinzig, Chris Mcallister Aug 2015

It's Not Just Ferguson: Missouri Supreme Court Should Consolidate The Municipal Court System, Thomas Harvey, John Mcannar, Michael-John Voss, Joshua Feinzig, Chris Mcallister

All Faculty Scholarship

The Missouri Supreme Court's unprecedented decision to take control of Ferguson's Municipal Court was based primarily on issues raised during sustained protest following the killing of Mike Brown and reports published by ArchCity Defenders and the Department of Justice. These reports highlighted racial disparity in traffic stops, excessive revenue generation, and excessive warrants and arrests and confirmed the lived experiences of poor and Black people in St. Louis: there is a racially discriminatory and profit-driven approach to law enforcement made possible only by the collaborative efforts of local government, police, and courts.

These condemned practices are not unique to Ferguson. …


Table Of Contents Jan 2015

Table Of Contents

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Masthead Jan 2015

Masthead

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

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Introducing New Users To An Old Poison: The Tobacco Industry’S Efforts To Thwart The Fda’S Regulation Of E-Cigarettes, Jennifer S. Bard Jan 2015

Introducing New Users To An Old Poison: The Tobacco Industry’S Efforts To Thwart The Fda’S Regulation Of E-Cigarettes, Jennifer S. Bard

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Anticipating Hiv Vaccines: Sketching An Agenda For Public Health Ethics And Policy In The United States, James M. Dubois, Amanda Hine, Michele Kennett, Kayla Kostelecky, Joseph Norris, Rachel Presti, Kathryn Raliski, Jessi Roach, Adam Ruggles Jan 2015

Anticipating Hiv Vaccines: Sketching An Agenda For Public Health Ethics And Policy In The United States, James M. Dubois, Amanda Hine, Michele Kennett, Kayla Kostelecky, Joseph Norris, Rachel Presti, Kathryn Raliski, Jessi Roach, Adam Ruggles

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Guidelines For Avoiding Pitfalls When Drafting Juvenile Curfew Laws: A Legal Analysis, Elyse R. Grossman, Kathleen S. Hoke Jan 2015

Guidelines For Avoiding Pitfalls When Drafting Juvenile Curfew Laws: A Legal Analysis, Elyse R. Grossman, Kathleen S. Hoke

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

Curfew laws seek to provide general protection to youth and adults by restricting the times that children of certain ages are allowed to occupy public places or streets. These laws often contain exemptions for youth accompanied by an adult, responding to an emergency, or traveling to or from school, work, or a religious service, among others. However, the actual language used and exemptions included vary by locality. As a result, courts have reached different results—several courts upheld curfew laws as constitutional, while others overturned these laws. Although not the original reason behind juvenile curfew enactment, several studies have found that …


The Impact Of Disability: A Comparative Approach To Medical Resource Allocation In Public Health Emergencies, Katie Hanschke, Leslie E. Wolf, Wendy F. Hensel Jan 2015

The Impact Of Disability: A Comparative Approach To Medical Resource Allocation In Public Health Emergencies, Katie Hanschke, Leslie E. Wolf, Wendy F. Hensel

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Thirty-Eight Years And Counting: The Fda’S Misuse Of The 510(K) Notification Process And Consequent Under-Regulation Of Implantable Medical Devices, Mayo B. Alao Jan 2015

Thirty-Eight Years And Counting: The Fda’S Misuse Of The 510(K) Notification Process And Consequent Under-Regulation Of Implantable Medical Devices, Mayo B. Alao

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Hitech Act: Building An Infrastructure For Health Information Organizations And A New Health Care Delivery System, Kalle Deyette Jan 2015

Hitech Act: Building An Infrastructure For Health Information Organizations And A New Health Care Delivery System, Kalle Deyette

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 2015

Table Of Contents

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Masthead Jan 2015

Masthead

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

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The Difficulty Accommodating Health Care Workers, Nicole Buonocore Porter Jan 2015

The Difficulty Accommodating Health Care Workers, Nicole Buonocore Porter

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Job Functions, Standards, And Accommodations Under The Ada: Recent Eeoc Decisions, E. Pierce Blue Jan 2015

Job Functions, Standards, And Accommodations Under The Ada: Recent Eeoc Decisions, E. Pierce Blue

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Numerical Goals For Employment Of People With Disabilities By Federal Agencies And Contractors, Mark C. Weber Jan 2015

Numerical Goals For Employment Of People With Disabilities By Federal Agencies And Contractors, Mark C. Weber

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

This essay discusses recent developments concerning numerical goals for employing workers with disabilities by federal agencies and federal contractors. On May 15, 2014, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking asking for comments about, among other things, placing on federal agencies numerical employment goals for individuals with disabilities. On September 24, 2013, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs adopted a Final Rule that imposed on federal contractors a numerical utilization goal for employees with disabilities, a regulation that the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld against challenge in 2014. A …


The Health Care Workforce: How To Understand Accommodations, Leslie Francis, Anita Silvers Jan 2015

The Health Care Workforce: How To Understand Accommodations, Leslie Francis, Anita Silvers

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Disability Cultural Competence In The Medical Profession, Mary Crossley Jan 2015

Disability Cultural Competence In The Medical Profession, Mary Crossley

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Transforming The Physician’S Standard Of Care In The Context Of Whole Genome Sequencing Technologies: Finding Guidance In Best Practice Standards, Matthew Joseph Westbrook Jan 2015

Transforming The Physician’S Standard Of Care In The Context Of Whole Genome Sequencing Technologies: Finding Guidance In Best Practice Standards, Matthew Joseph Westbrook

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Human Trafficking: Understanding The Law And Deconstructing Myths, John Cotton Richmond Jan 2015

Human Trafficking: Understanding The Law And Deconstructing Myths, John Cotton Richmond

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Mandated Corporate Responsibility For Human Trafficking: New Federal Acquisition Regulation Steps Up Supply Chain Accountability, Lyndsey Conrad, Cynthia Cordes, Christopher Budke Jan 2015

Mandated Corporate Responsibility For Human Trafficking: New Federal Acquisition Regulation Steps Up Supply Chain Accountability, Lyndsey Conrad, Cynthia Cordes, Christopher Budke

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Paying Docs For End-Of-Life Discussions: Can Monetary Incentives Change The Failures Inherent With Physician-Patient Communication?, Alexandra Dansicker Jan 2015

Paying Docs For End-Of-Life Discussions: Can Monetary Incentives Change The Failures Inherent With Physician-Patient Communication?, Alexandra Dansicker

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


The New Civil War, Anders Walker Jan 2015

The New Civil War, Anders Walker

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 2015

Table Of Contents

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Surprising Resilience Of State Opposition To Abortion: The Supreme Court, Federalism, And The Role Of Intense Minorities In The U.S. Politics System, Gerald N. Rosenberg Jan 2015

The Surprising Resilience Of State Opposition To Abortion: The Supreme Court, Federalism, And The Role Of Intense Minorities In The U.S. Politics System, Gerald N. Rosenberg

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

No abstract provided.


Masthead Jan 2015

Masthead

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

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Judicialization Of Political Conflict: Evidence Of Brown V. Board Of Education’S Effect In Newspaper Opinion, Neal Allen Jan 2015

Judicialization Of Political Conflict: Evidence Of Brown V. Board Of Education’S Effect In Newspaper Opinion, Neal Allen

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

No abstract provided.


Old Wine, Old Bottles, And Not Very New Corks: On State Rfras And Free Exercise Jurisprudence, Mark Strasser Jan 2015

Old Wine, Old Bottles, And Not Very New Corks: On State Rfras And Free Exercise Jurisprudence, Mark Strasser

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

No abstract provided.


Roadblocks: Examining Title Ix & The Fair Compensation Of Division I Intercollegiate Student-Athletes, Robert Grimmett-Norris Jan 2015

Roadblocks: Examining Title Ix & The Fair Compensation Of Division I Intercollegiate Student-Athletes, Robert Grimmett-Norris

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

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The Encryption Problem: Why The Courts And Technology Are Creating A Mess For Law Enforcement, J. Riley Atwood Jan 2015

The Encryption Problem: Why The Courts And Technology Are Creating A Mess For Law Enforcement, J. Riley Atwood

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

No abstract provided.