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Criminal Procedure—Technology In The Modern Era: The Implications Of Carpenter V. United States And The Limits Of The Third-Party Doctrine As To Cell Phone Data Gathered Through Real-Time Tracking, Stingrays, And Cell Tower Dumps, Deepali Lal Jun 2022

Criminal Procedure—Technology In The Modern Era: The Implications Of Carpenter V. United States And The Limits Of The Third-Party Doctrine As To Cell Phone Data Gathered Through Real-Time Tracking, Stingrays, And Cell Tower Dumps, Deepali Lal

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Contract Law—Conspicuous Arbitration Agreements In Online Contracts: Contradictions And Challenges In The Uber Cases, Matthew Hoffman Jun 2022

Contract Law—Conspicuous Arbitration Agreements In Online Contracts: Contradictions And Challenges In The Uber Cases, Matthew Hoffman

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


The 21st Century Cowboy: Robots On The Range, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Jan 2020

The 21st Century Cowboy: Robots On The Range, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Appeal Of Technology, Nancy Bellhouse May Apr 2014

The Appeal Of Technology, Nancy Bellhouse May

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


Preface: A Computational Scientist's Perspective On Appellate Technology, Olaf O. Storaasli Apr 2014

Preface: A Computational Scientist's Perspective On Appellate Technology, Olaf O. Storaasli

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


Introduction: Achieving Better Court Management Through Better Data, Roger A. Hanson, Brian J. Ostrom Apr 2014

Introduction: Achieving Better Court Management Through Better Data, Roger A. Hanson, Brian J. Ostrom

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


The Paperless Court Of Appeals Comes Of Age, Philip G. Espinosa Apr 2014

The Paperless Court Of Appeals Comes Of Age, Philip G. Espinosa

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


Enhancing Efficiencies In The Appellate Process Through Technology, Joseph Delehanty, Yvan Llanes, Robert Rath, Danielle Sheff Apr 2014

Enhancing Efficiencies In The Appellate Process Through Technology, Joseph Delehanty, Yvan Llanes, Robert Rath, Danielle Sheff

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


Prospects And Problems Associated With Technological Change In Appellate Courts: Envisioning The Appeal Of The Future, Eric J. Magnuson, Samuel A. Thumma Apr 2014

Prospects And Problems Associated With Technological Change In Appellate Courts: Envisioning The Appeal Of The Future, Eric J. Magnuson, Samuel A. Thumma

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


"Rethinking" Embryo Disposition Upon Divorce, Michael T. Flannery Apr 2013

"Rethinking" Embryo Disposition Upon Divorce, Michael T. Flannery

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Family Law—Egg Donation And Stem Cell Research—Eggs For Sale: The Scrambled State Of Legislation In The Human Egg Market, Kitty L. Cone Oct 2012

Family Law—Egg Donation And Stem Cell Research—Eggs For Sale: The Scrambled State Of Legislation In The Human Egg Market, Kitty L. Cone

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

Rapid expansion of technology in medicine over the last few decades has both enhanced our lives and complicated our laws. For example, thanks to advances in science and medicine, couples who were previously unable to reproduce are now able to do so with the help of donors, medical personnel, and a host of other middlemen facilitating the process. The growth of medical technology has also lead to the advent of using human eggs for medical research. However, despite competing for eggs from a small pool of willing donors, there is a disparity in the law between the treatment of human …


Neuroscience's New Techniques For Evaluating Future Dangerousness: Are We Returning To Lombroso's Biological Criminality, J. W. Looney Apr 2010

Neuroscience's New Techniques For Evaluating Future Dangerousness: Are We Returning To Lombroso's Biological Criminality, J. W. Looney

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


American State Appellate Court Technology Diffusion, Roger A. Hanson Oct 2005

American State Appellate Court Technology Diffusion, Roger A. Hanson

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


Preface, J. Thomas Sullivan Oct 2002

Preface, J. Thomas Sullivan

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


On The Internet, Nobody Knows You're A Judge: Appellate Courts' Use Of Internet Materials, Coleen M. Barger Oct 2002

On The Internet, Nobody Knows You're A Judge: Appellate Courts' Use Of Internet Materials, Coleen M. Barger

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


From Pens To Pixels: Text-Media Issues In Promulgating, Archiving, And Using Judicial Opinions, Kenneth H. Ryesky Oct 2002

From Pens To Pixels: Text-Media Issues In Promulgating, Archiving, And Using Judicial Opinions, Kenneth H. Ryesky

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


New Technologies And Appellate Practice, Philip A. Talmadge Jul 2000

New Technologies And Appellate Practice, Philip A. Talmadge

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Technology can help enhance appellate practices. In particular, technology can improve appellate courts’: (1) electronic filing and argument of appellate cases; (2) digital maintenance of the record; (3) briefs; (4) dissemination of opinions; and (5) record storage.


Cd-Rom Briefs: Are We There Yet?, Marilyn Devin Jul 2000

Cd-Rom Briefs: Are We There Yet?, Marilyn Devin

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Three years after the first CD-ROM brief was accepted, there is debate on acceptance as a regular practice. Issues include what the legal profession and the courts have done about adopting CD-ROM briefs, what obstacles are being encountered, and how those obstacles are being dealt with. Both views are examined along with the circumstances in which a CD-ROM brief is likely to be accepted favorably by a court.


Minnesota Court Of Appeals Hears Oral Argument Via Interactive Teleconferencing Technology, Edward Toussaint Jul 2000

Minnesota Court Of Appeals Hears Oral Argument Via Interactive Teleconferencing Technology, Edward Toussaint

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

In an effort to provide affordable access to the appellate process, the Minnesota Court of Appeals has adopted Interactive Video Teleconferencing. The Chief Judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals discusses the history behind the decision, implementation, and the benefits along with the challenges of implementing Interactive Video Teleconferencing.


Collegiality And Technology, Michael R. Murphy Jul 2000

Collegiality And Technology, Michael R. Murphy

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Collegiality is the relationship between colleagues. While technology may ease communication between colleagues, it may not increase collegiality. To technological advances that appellate courts are adapting are teleconferencing and electronic mail. This essay takes a critical look at both with regards to their effect on collegiality.


Redefining Rehearing: Previewing Appellate Decisions Online, J. Thomas Sullivan Jul 2000

Redefining Rehearing: Previewing Appellate Decisions Online, J. Thomas Sullivan

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Issuing preliminary opinions for public comment is similar to rehearings. The difference is that parties outside of the litigation are able to add commentary. Judges would then reevaluate the preliminary opinion, consider the submitted comments, and then issue a final opinion. Online access to judicial decisions could make this practice more efficient and effective than rehearings.


The 1% Solution: American Judges Must Enter The Internet Age, Henry H. Perritt, Ronald W. Staudt Jul 2000

The 1% Solution: American Judges Must Enter The Internet Age, Henry H. Perritt, Ronald W. Staudt

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

The internet has made it easier and affordable to share information than ever before. Many legal institutions have taken advantage of this innovation by using the internet to disseminate decisions and other legal texts or for rulemaking. Most legal institutions, however, only use the internet for approximately 1% of adjudication.


Thawing Out The Cold Record: Some Thoughts On How Videotaped Records May Affect Traditional Standards Of Deference On Direct And Collateral Review, Robert C. Owen, Melissa Mather Jul 2000

Thawing Out The Cold Record: Some Thoughts On How Videotaped Records May Affect Traditional Standards Of Deference On Direct And Collateral Review, Robert C. Owen, Melissa Mather

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Appellate courts are unable to “smell the smoke of battle” from a trial. For this reason, a trial court’s decision is owed deference when examining an appeal. Video technology makes this reason for deference less relevant.


The Law And The Brain: Judging Scientific Evidence Of Intent, Erica Beecher-Monas, Edgar Garcia-Rill Jul 1999

The Law And The Brain: Judging Scientific Evidence Of Intent, Erica Beecher-Monas, Edgar Garcia-Rill

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

This essay addresses the issue of judges deciding what scientific evidence is admissible. The primary focus is the admissibility of expert mental state testimony in criminal cases. The issue is addressed by answering two questions: 1) how does science work and 2) how does the brain work?


Institutional Review Boards And Public Health Research: An Analysis, L. Lynn Hogue Oct 1978

Institutional Review Boards And Public Health Research: An Analysis, L. Lynn Hogue

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.