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The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2021, Golden Gate University School Of Law Apr 2021

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2021, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2020, Golden Gate University School Of Law Nov 2020

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2020, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Summer 2020, Golden Gate University School Of Law Jul 2020

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Summer 2020, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2020, Golden Gate University School Of Law Apr 2020

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2020, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

No abstract provided.


The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Summer 2019, Golden Gate University School Of Law Jul 2019

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Summer 2019, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2019, Golden Gate University School Of Law Apr 2019

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2019, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

No abstract provided.


The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2019, Golden Gate University School Of Law Jan 2019

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2019, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

No abstract provided.


The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Fall 2018, Golden Gate University School Of Law Oct 2018

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Fall 2018, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

No abstract provided.


Newsletter, Spring 2018, Golden Gate University School Of Law Apr 2018

Newsletter, Spring 2018, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

No abstract provided.


The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2018, Golden Gate University School Of Law Jan 2018

The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2018, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

No abstract provided.


Newsletter, Fall 2017, Golden Gate University School Of Law Oct 2017

Newsletter, Fall 2017, Golden Gate University School Of Law

Litigation Center at Golden Gate University School of Law

No abstract provided.


An Early Exercise In Trial Ad: Advocacy Personality Presentations, Wes R. Porter Jan 2012

An Early Exercise In Trial Ad: Advocacy Personality Presentations, Wes R. Porter

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'What is the "most productive" early exercise in trial advocacy? Through experimentation, I think I may have found it. Let's call it "Advocacy Personality Presentations."


Professionalism On Trial, Wes R. Porter Oct 2011

Professionalism On Trial, Wes R. Porter

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The Eight Intangibles Of Trial Advocacy, Wes R. Porter Sep 2011

The Eight Intangibles Of Trial Advocacy, Wes R. Porter

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Wes Porter at Golden Gate University School of Law offers the following post in memory of a great teacher of advocacy and pioneer in experiential learning - Bernie Segal.


"Death Is Different" - Is Money Different? Criminal Punishments, Forfeitures, And Punitive Damages - Shifting Constitutional Paradigms For Assessing Proportionality, Rachel A. Van Cleave Jan 2003

"Death Is Different" - Is Money Different? Criminal Punishments, Forfeitures, And Punitive Damages - Shifting Constitutional Paradigms For Assessing Proportionality, Rachel A. Van Cleave

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Part I of this Article reviews the case law regarding judicial review of both terms of imprisonment and imposition of the death penalty. In this section, I argue for consistency within this area of the law. Some jurisprudence suggests that, because "death is different," proportionality review is appropriate only in the death penalty context, and is either not required or only applies in an extremely narrow example, such as life imprisonment for a parking ticket. Part II examines Supreme Court precedent that analyzes the question of proportionality of forfeitures and punitive damages awards. In the context of forfeitures, the debate ...