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Closing The Uptake Gap: Why Missouri Should Pass The Clean Slate Bill, Chloë Driscoll Apr 2023

Closing The Uptake Gap: Why Missouri Should Pass The Clean Slate Bill, Chloë Driscoll

SLU Law Journal Online

The proposed Clean Slate Bill, or Missouri House Bill 352, aims to create an automatic expungement process for eligible individuals in Missouri. Less than one percent of eligible Missourians have had their records expunged under the current system, creating what is known as an “uptake gap” that unfairly perpetuates barriers to housing, employment, and education. In this article, Chloë Driscoll advocates for the passage of the Clean Slate Bill, explaining the problems with the current expungement system and the benefits of closing the uptake gap.


The Supreme Court And New Frontiers In Religious Liberty, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy Mar 2023

The Supreme Court And New Frontiers In Religious Liberty, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy

Flyers 2022-2023

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The Supreme Court And New Frontiers In Religious Liberty, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy Mar 2023

The Supreme Court And New Frontiers In Religious Liberty, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy

Event Invitations 2023

The Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy is proud to present The Supreme Court and New Frontiers in Religious Liberty. Join us for a conversation with First Amendment experts to discuss the future of First Amendment Free Exercise and Establishment Clause jurisprudence.

Professor Michael Pollack will lead a discussion on the Court’s jurisprudence and its impact on civil liberties, religious liberty, and separation of church and state.

Panelists:

  • Nelson Tebbe, Cornell Law School
  • Mark L. Movsesian, St. John's University School of Law
  • Elizabeth Reiner Platt, Columbia Law School
  • Giselle Klapper, Sikh Coalition

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Conflicting Interests In Name And Pronoun Policies In K-12 School, Manni Jandernoa Nov 2022

Conflicting Interests In Name And Pronoun Policies In K-12 School, Manni Jandernoa

SLU Law Journal Online

The year 2022 has brought a record number of proposed antitransgender legislation throughout the country. With an expanding amount of youths identifying as transgender and/or nonbinary, schools are continuing to grapple how to support these students while complying with the law. In this article, Manni Jandernoa discusses individual conflicting interests involved with respect to the application or lack of school name and pronoun policies.


Immigration In Regard To Economic Labor And Reform, Will Ross, Maryella Mccown, Dylan Stone May 2022

Immigration In Regard To Economic Labor And Reform, Will Ross, Maryella Mccown, Dylan Stone

Immigration Scholarship: History, Trends and Development in Global Immigration

In the last two presidencies, the United States economy has gone through much development regarding immigration and labor. Many key factors of growth in the economy can be identified pertaining to immigration, such as job fulfillment, innovations, and more productivity. Immigrants arrive in the United States with impressive skills that are needed for many occupations. They also run many of their own businesses and provide food and hospitality services for everyone. A common question that many US citizens wonder is “How do immigrants advantage the United States economy?” By bringing in new skills and ideas that had not been discovered …


Food And Drug Regulation: Statutory And Regulatory Supplement (2022 ), Adam I. Muchmore Jan 2022

Food And Drug Regulation: Statutory And Regulatory Supplement (2022 ), Adam I. Muchmore

Books

This Statutory and Regulatory Supplement is intended for use with its companion casebook, Food and Drug Regulation: A Statutory Approach (2021). This is not a traditional statutory supplement. Instead, it contains selected, aggressively edited provisions of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), related statutes, and the Code of Federal Regulations. The Supplement includes all provisions assigned as reading in the casebook, as well as a few additional provisions that some professors may wish to cover. The excerpts are designed to be teachable rather than comprehensive.


Food And Drug Regulation: A Statutory Approach, Adam I. Muchmore Jan 2021

Food And Drug Regulation: A Statutory Approach, Adam I. Muchmore

Books

This is the first chapter of a new casebook on food and drug regulation. This book presents food and drug regulation as a statutory subject. It is organized around the structure of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, and emphasizes guided reading of statutes, regulations, and federal register documents. Cases are presented primarily when they involve major issues of statutory interpretation, are historically significant, or are in one of the areas where case law plays a major role.

The book is designed to work with a Statutory and Regulatory Supplement provided as a PDF. The statutes and regulations in …


Food And Drug Regulation: Statutory And Regulatory Supplement, Adam I. Muchmore Jan 2021

Food And Drug Regulation: Statutory And Regulatory Supplement, Adam I. Muchmore

Books

This Statutory and Regulatory Supplement is intended for use with its companion casebook, Food and Drug Regulation: A Statutory Approach (2021). This is not a traditional statutory supplement. Instead, it contains selected, aggressively edited provisions of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), related statutes, and the Code of Federal Regulations. The Supplement includes all provisions assigned as reading in the casebook, as well as a few additional provisions that some professors may wish to cover. The excerpts are designed to be teachable rather than comprehensive.


The Progressive Turn: Politics And Policy In The Movement, Zephyr Teachout, Heather Gautney, Todd Melnick Nov 2020

The Progressive Turn: Politics And Policy In The Movement, Zephyr Teachout, Heather Gautney, Todd Melnick

Posters

Maloney Library lecture series, Behind the Book


Administrative Law And Process, 4th Edition, Alfred C. Aman, William Penniman, Landyn Wm. Rookard Jan 2020

Administrative Law And Process, 4th Edition, Alfred C. Aman, William Penniman, Landyn Wm. Rookard

Books & Book Chapters by Maurer Faculty

Administrative law processes enhance participation, transparency, fairness, and access to information in administrative agencies and the government generally. The fourth edition of Administrative Law and Process highlights these issues in a timely manner through both classic and current cases. In Part I, how agencies exercise their powers is explored.

In Part II, the structural and constitutional issues that flow from legislative, executive, and judicial oversight is explored. Key doctrines of administrative law are thoroughly addressed throughout this book, to which Part III adds a new dimension. It focuses directly on how lawyers actually practice administrative law through a series of …


Proportionality Review In Administrative Law, Jud Mathews Jan 2017

Proportionality Review In Administrative Law, Jud Mathews

Contributions to Books

At the most basic level, the principle of proportionality captures the common-sensical proposition that, when the government acts, the means it chooses should be well-adapted to achieve the ends it is pursuing. The proportionality principle is an admonition, as German administrative law scholar Fritz Fleiner famously wrote many decades ago, that “the police should not shoot at sparrows with cannons”. The use of proportionality review in constitutional and international law has received ample attention from scholars in recent years, but less has been said about proportionality’s role within administrative law. This piece suggest that we can understand the differences in …


Is The U.S. Supreme Court Becoming Hostile To The Administrative State, Jeffrey Lubbers Jan 2017

Is The U.S. Supreme Court Becoming Hostile To The Administrative State, Jeffrey Lubbers

Contributions to Books

Jeffrey S. Lubbers, Is the U.S. Supreme Court Becoming Hostile to the Administrative State?, prepared for the Administrative Law Discussion Forum held at the University of Luxembourg, July 1-2, 2015; published (with other papers) by Carolina Academic Press in Comparative Perspectives on Administrative Procedure Global Papers Series Volume III pp. 31-50 (Russell W. Weaver, et. al. eds 2017). Draft available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=2645036


The Injustice Of Sea Level Rise: Ethics And Evidence, Lies And Liability--Event Poster, Professor Keith Rizzardi Jan 2016

The Injustice Of Sea Level Rise: Ethics And Evidence, Lies And Liability--Event Poster, Professor Keith Rizzardi

Lectures and Presentations

The Center for International Law & Justice (CILJ) and the Environment, Development & Justice Program (EDJP) present a lecture by Professor Keith Rizzardi. Professor Rizzardi, an experienced government lawyer and litigator, teaches at St. Thomas University School of Law.


The Injustice Of Sea Level Rise: Ethics And Evidence, Lies And Liability--Text Of Speech, Professor Keith Rizzardi Jan 2016

The Injustice Of Sea Level Rise: Ethics And Evidence, Lies And Liability--Text Of Speech, Professor Keith Rizzardi

Lectures and Presentations

The Center for International Law & Justice (CILJ) and the Environment, Development & Justice Program (EDJP) present the Second Annual Climate and Energy Justice Lecture by Professor Keith Rizzardi. Professor Rizzardi, an experienced government lawyer and litigator, teaches at St. Thomas University School of Law.


The Injustice Of Sea Level Rise: Ethics And Evidence, Lies And Liability--Slides And Data Presentation, Professor Keith Rizzardi Jan 2016

The Injustice Of Sea Level Rise: Ethics And Evidence, Lies And Liability--Slides And Data Presentation, Professor Keith Rizzardi

Lectures and Presentations

The Center for International Law & Justice (CILJ) and the Environment, Development & Justice Program (EDJP) present the Second Annual Climate and Energy Justice Lecture by Professor Keith Rizzardi. Professor Rizzardi, an experienced government lawyer and litigator, teaches at St. Thomas University School of Law.


Searching For Proportionality In U.S. Administrative Law, Jud Mathews Jan 2015

Searching For Proportionality In U.S. Administrative Law, Jud Mathews

Contributions to Books

There is no such thing as “proportionality review” in American administrative law, but instead, a number of doctrines that courts deploy to evaluate agency exercises of discretion. In some respects, these frameworks for review resemble proportionality in operation, but there are also notable differences. This essay surveys the doctrines governing judicial review of administrative discretion in the United States, highlighting three distinguishing features of the American approach. First, American judicial review is characterized by a high degree of unpredictability, not only with respect to outcomes, but often with respect to what framework of review is applicable. Second, while classical proportionality …


Maryland State And County Administrative Law, Diane O. Leasure, John F. Fader Ii Jan 2012

Maryland State And County Administrative Law, Diane O. Leasure, John F. Fader Ii

Book Gallery

No abstract provided.


Administrative Decisions And Materials, Cheryl Rae Nyberg Jan 2002

Administrative Decisions And Materials, Cheryl Rae Nyberg

Librarians' Chapters in Books

  • Introduction
  • Administrative Agencies' Functions and Procedures
  • Multi-Agency Sources of Administrative Decisions
  • Agency-Specific Sources
  • Databases
  • Administrative Agency Decisions at a Glance


List-I Qavanin Va Usulnamah'hay Nafizah-I Afghanistan, Afghanistan Jan 1975

List-I Qavanin Va Usulnamah'hay Nafizah-I Afghanistan, Afghanistan

Books in Dari and Pashto

The document lists 165 laws and practice-legal codes that were issued by the government of Afghanistan from 1310 to 1353 (1931-1975). The list includes starting date for each law and the date of termination of the law, if no more in practice.

Type script, in Dari language


02. List Of Congressman Don Edwards' Watergate Papers Donated To Heafey Law Library, Don Edwards Jan 1974

02. List Of Congressman Don Edwards' Watergate Papers Donated To Heafey Law Library, Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

Congressman Don Edwards' Watergate Papers donated to the Heafey Law Library at Santa Clara University's School of Law on September 1974.


11. Book Iii, Vol. 5: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards Jan 1974

11. Book Iii, Vol. 5: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


10. Book Iii, Vol. 4: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards Jan 1974

10. Book Iii, Vol. 4: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


09. Book Iii, Vol. 3: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards Jan 1974

09. Book Iii, Vol. 3: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


04. Book Ii, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards Jan 1974

04. Book Ii, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


06. Book Ii, Vol. 3: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards Jan 1974

06. Book Ii, Vol. 3: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


12. Book Iv, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, March 22, 1973 -April 30, 1973 (Events Relating To The President's Investigation Of The Alleged Watergate Break-In And Cover-Up Between March 22 And April 30, 1973)., Don Edwards Jan 1974

12. Book Iv, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, March 22, 1973 -April 30, 1973 (Events Relating To The President's Investigation Of The Alleged Watergate Break-In And Cover-Up Between March 22 And April 30, 1973)., Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


07. Book Iii, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards Jan 1974

07. Book Iii, Vol. 1: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


08. Book Iii, Vol. 2: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards Jan 1974

08. Book Iii, Vol. 2: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (Allegations Concerning Payments Of "Hush" Money To Watergate Defendants To Insure Their Silence, Offers Of Leniency And Executive Clemency, And The Making Or Causing To Be, Of False Statements To Persons Connected With An Official Investigation Of Watergate; Chronology Of Events Between February 9 And March 22, 1973), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


05. Book Ii, Vol. 2: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards Jan 1974

05. Book Ii, Vol. 2: Events Following The Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (Allegations Involving Presidential Interference With The Official Department Of Justice Investigation), Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.


03. Book I: Events Prior To The Watergate Break-In, December 2, 1971 - June 17, 1972, Don Edwards Jan 1974

03. Book I: Events Prior To The Watergate Break-In, December 2, 1971 - June 17, 1972, Don Edwards

Watergate Hearings

No abstract provided.