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Teaching Employment Discrimination Law, Virtually, Miriam A. Cherry Jan 2013

Teaching Employment Discrimination Law, Virtually, Miriam A. Cherry

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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The Relevance Of African Culture In Building Modern Institutions And The Quest For Legal Pluralism, Samahagn G. Abebe Jan 2013

The Relevance Of African Culture In Building Modern Institutions And The Quest For Legal Pluralism, Samahagn G. Abebe

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Constructing A Comprehensive Curriculum In Labor And Employment Law, Martin H. Malin Jan 2013

Constructing A Comprehensive Curriculum In Labor And Employment Law, Martin H. Malin

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Teaching The Post-Sex Generation, Kerri Lynn Stone Jan 2013

Teaching The Post-Sex Generation, Kerri Lynn Stone

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Remedies: A Guide For The Perplexed, Doug Rendleman Jan 2013

Remedies: A Guide For The Perplexed, Doug Rendleman

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Teaching Preliminary Injunctions After Winter, Jean C. Love Jan 2013

Teaching Preliminary Injunctions After Winter, Jean C. Love

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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A Set Of Problems To Teach Permissible Remedial Combinations, Jeffrey E. Lewis Jan 2013

A Set Of Problems To Teach Permissible Remedial Combinations, Jeffrey E. Lewis

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Forty-Five Years As A Remedies Teacher: A Retrospective, Grant S. Nelson Jan 2013

Forty-Five Years As A Remedies Teacher: A Retrospective, Grant S. Nelson

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Myriad In View Of The Preexisting Products Doctrine: Adopting A Structural Approach, Jonathan Pollmann Jan 2013

Myriad In View Of The Preexisting Products Doctrine: Adopting A Structural Approach, Jonathan Pollmann

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Online Communities As Territorial Units: Personal Jurisdiction Over Cyberspace After J. Mcintyre Machinery, Ltd. V. Nicastro, James C. Smith Jan 2013

Online Communities As Territorial Units: Personal Jurisdiction Over Cyberspace After J. Mcintyre Machinery, Ltd. V. Nicastro, James C. Smith

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Decision Theory And Babbitt V. Sweet Home: Skepticism About Norms, Discretion, And The Virtues Of Purposivism, Victoria F. Nourse Jan 2013

Decision Theory And Babbitt V. Sweet Home: Skepticism About Norms, Discretion, And The Virtues Of Purposivism, Victoria F. Nourse

Saint Louis University Law Journal

In this writing, I apply a “decision theory” of statutory interpretation, elaborated recently in the Yale Law Journal, to Professor William Eskridge’s illustrative case, Babbitt v. Sweet Home Chapter of Communities for a Great Oregon.[1] In the course of this application, I take issue with the conventional wisdom that purposivism, as a method of statutory interpretation, is inevitably a more virtuous model of statutory interpretation. First, I question whether we have a clear enough jurisprudential picture both of judicial discretion and legal as opposed to political normativity. Second, I argue that, under decision theory, Sweet Homeis a ...


Steer Clear Of The Twilight Zone And Apply Common Sense: A Few Thoughts On Statutory Interpretation, Richard D. Cudahy Jan 2013

Steer Clear Of The Twilight Zone And Apply Common Sense: A Few Thoughts On Statutory Interpretation, Richard D. Cudahy

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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When, Where And Why The First Amendment Protects The Right To Record Police Communications: A Substantial Interference Guideline For Determining The Scope Of The Right To Record And For Revamping Restrictive State Wiretapping Laws, Justin Welply Jan 2013

When, Where And Why The First Amendment Protects The Right To Record Police Communications: A Substantial Interference Guideline For Determining The Scope Of The Right To Record And For Revamping Restrictive State Wiretapping Laws, Justin Welply

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Losing The Game: An Analysis Of The Brown V. Entertainment Merchants Association Decision And Its Ramifications In The Area Of “Interactive” Video Games, Lindsay E. Wuller Jan 2013

Losing The Game: An Analysis Of The Brown V. Entertainment Merchants Association Decision And Its Ramifications In The Area Of “Interactive” Video Games, Lindsay E. Wuller

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 2013

Table Of Contents

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Teaching Private-Sector Labor Law And Public-Sector Labor Law Together, Joseph E. Slater Jan 2013

Teaching Private-Sector Labor Law And Public-Sector Labor Law Together, Joseph E. Slater

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 2013

Table Of Contents

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Collaboration And Community: The Labor Law Group And The Future Of Labor And Employment Casebooks, Matthew T. Bodie Jan 2013

Collaboration And Community: The Labor Law Group And The Future Of Labor And Employment Casebooks, Matthew T. Bodie

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Identifying (With) Disability: Using Film To Teach Employment Discrimination, Elizabeth Pendo Jan 2013

Identifying (With) Disability: Using Film To Teach Employment Discrimination, Elizabeth Pendo

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Teaching Employment And Labor Law Symposium, Susan A. Fitzgibbon Jan 2013

Teaching Employment And Labor Law Symposium, Susan A. Fitzgibbon

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Capstone Course In Labor And Employment Law: A Comprehensive Immersion Simulation Integrating Law, Lawyering Skills, And Professionalism, Laura J. Cooper Jan 2013

The Capstone Course In Labor And Employment Law: A Comprehensive Immersion Simulation Integrating Law, Lawyering Skills, And Professionalism, Laura J. Cooper

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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From Podcasts To Treasure Hunts—Using Technology To Promote Student Engagement, Marcia L. Mccormick Jan 2013

From Podcasts To Treasure Hunts—Using Technology To Promote Student Engagement, Marcia L. Mccormick

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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A Proposal To Improve The Workplace Law Curriculum From A Corporate Compliance Perspective, Nicole Buonocore Porter Jan 2013

A Proposal To Improve The Workplace Law Curriculum From A Corporate Compliance Perspective, Nicole Buonocore Porter

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Contractual Expansion Of Judicial Review Of Arbitration Awards In Missouri After Hall Street And Cable Connection, Benjamin A. Griffith Jan 2013

Contractual Expansion Of Judicial Review Of Arbitration Awards In Missouri After Hall Street And Cable Connection, Benjamin A. Griffith

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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A Warning Worth A Thousand Words: First Amendment Challenges To The Fda’S Graphic Warning Label Requirements, Julie C. Laville Jan 2013

A Warning Worth A Thousand Words: First Amendment Challenges To The Fda’S Graphic Warning Label Requirements, Julie C. Laville

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Masthead Jan 2013

Masthead

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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The Vanishing Indian Returns: Tribes, Popular Originalism, And The Supreme Court, Kathryn E. Fort Jan 2013

The Vanishing Indian Returns: Tribes, Popular Originalism, And The Supreme Court, Kathryn E. Fort

Saint Louis University Law Journal

As the nation faces cultural divides over the meaning of the “Founding,” the Constitution, and who owns these meanings, the Court’s embrace of originalism is one strand that feeds the divide. The Court’s valuing of the original interpretation of the Constitution has reinforced the Founder fetishism also found in popular culture, specifically within the politics of those identified as the Tea Party. As addressed elsewhere, their strict worship of the Founders has historical implications for both women and African Americans, groups both marginalized and viewed as property in the Constitution. No one, however, has written about how the ...


Secularism, The Rule Of Law, And ‘Shari‘A Courts’: An Ethnographic Examination Of A Constitutional Controversy, Jeffrey A. Redding Jan 2013

Secularism, The Rule Of Law, And ‘Shari‘A Courts’: An Ethnographic Examination Of A Constitutional Controversy, Jeffrey A. Redding

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The New Face Of Missouri Child Sex Crimes: Elect Or Instruct, Bliss Worrell Jan 2013

The New Face Of Missouri Child Sex Crimes: Elect Or Instruct, Bliss Worrell

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


If It’S Not Broke, Don’T Fix It: Ignoring Criticisms Of Supreme Court Recusals, Kristen L. Henke Jan 2013

If It’S Not Broke, Don’T Fix It: Ignoring Criticisms Of Supreme Court Recusals, Kristen L. Henke

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.