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Qualitative Legal Research: Issues Pertaining To Student Use Of Personal Handheld Technology, Corie Franklin Nov 2013

Qualitative Legal Research: Issues Pertaining To Student Use Of Personal Handheld Technology, Corie Franklin

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

In an effort to support school leaders in policy development, this research is an evaluation of jurisprudence related to student use of personal handheld devices. The qualitative legal analyses of 15 recent court cases representing both federal and state jurisdictions were analyzed to determine patterns and trends within the decisions of the courts. The researcher sought to identify the following: The way the U.S. courts addressed the balance between students' civil liberties and the interest of school officials in maintaining and operating safe, orderly, efficient, and effective learning environments. The identifiable trends within the legal cases related to student use …


Network Accountability For The Domestic Intelligence Apparatus, Danielle Citron, Frank Pasquale Aug 2013

Network Accountability For The Domestic Intelligence Apparatus, Danielle Citron, Frank Pasquale

Frank A. Pasquale

A new domestic intelligence network has made vast amounts of data available to federal and state agencies and law enforcement officials. The network is anchored by “fusion centers,” novel sites of intergovernmental collaboration that generate and share intelligence and information. Several fusion centers have generated controversy for engaging in extraordinary measures that place citizens on watch lists, invade citizens’ privacy, and chill free expression. In addition to eroding civil liberties, fusion center overreach has resulted in wasted resources without concomitant gains in security. While many scholars have assumed that this network represents a trade-off between security and civil liberties, our …


A Response To Steve Vladeck And Kevin Jon Heller, Peter Margulies Jul 2013

A Response To Steve Vladeck And Kevin Jon Heller, Peter Margulies

Law Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Dean’S Message, Lawrence Raful Jun 2013

Dean’S Message, Lawrence Raful

Lawrence Raful

No abstract provided.


The Constitution Of Belarus: A Good First Step Towards The Rule Of Law, Gary M. Shaw May 2013

The Constitution Of Belarus: A Good First Step Towards The Rule Of Law, Gary M. Shaw

Gary M. Shaw

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Earl Warren, The Warren Court And Civil Liberties , Steven J. Simmons May 2013

Earl Warren, The Warren Court And Civil Liberties , Steven J. Simmons

Pepperdine Law Review

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A Progressive Mind : Louis D. Brandeis And The Origins Of Free Speech., Elizabeth Diane Todd May 2013

A Progressive Mind : Louis D. Brandeis And The Origins Of Free Speech., Elizabeth Diane Todd

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study argues that Associate Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis played a key role in shaping the jurisprudence of free political speech in the United States. Brandeis's judicial opinions on three freedom of speech cases in the post-World War I era provide the evidence for this argument. This thesis demonstrates how the Espionage and Sedition Acts of World War I allowed Brandeis the opportunity to reflect and rule on the Founding Fathers' meaning of free speech in a political democracy. Chapter I offers a detailed historiography of the Progressive Era and World War I. Chapter II provides a biography …


Keynote Address: The Evolution And Importance Of Creating A Civil Right To Counsel, Wade Henderson Apr 2013

Keynote Address: The Evolution And Importance Of Creating A Civil Right To Counsel, Wade Henderson

Touro Law Review

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Introduction, Andrew Scherer Apr 2013

Introduction, Andrew Scherer

Touro Law Review

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Parallel Investigations Between Administrative And Law Enforcement Agencies: A Question Of Civil Liberties, Shiv Narayan Persaud Jan 2013

Parallel Investigations Between Administrative And Law Enforcement Agencies: A Question Of Civil Liberties, Shiv Narayan Persaud

Journal Publications

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In Tribute: M. Katherine B. Darmer, Tom Campbell, Erwin Chemerinsky, Bobby L. Dexter, Katherine M. Franke, Mark Osler, Marisa S. Cianciarulo, James L. Doti, Richard D. Fybel, Kirsten E. Gillibrand, Tiffany Chang Jan 2013

In Tribute: M. Katherine B. Darmer, Tom Campbell, Erwin Chemerinsky, Bobby L. Dexter, Katherine M. Franke, Mark Osler, Marisa S. Cianciarulo, James L. Doti, Richard D. Fybel, Kirsten E. Gillibrand, Tiffany Chang

Faculty Scholarship

The editors of the Chapman Law Review respectfully dedicate this issue to Professor M. Katherine B. Darmer.


Victory Without Success? – The Guantanamo Litigation, Permanent Preventive Detention, And Resisting Injustice, Jules Lobel Jan 2013

Victory Without Success? – The Guantanamo Litigation, Permanent Preventive Detention, And Resisting Injustice, Jules Lobel

Articles

When the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) brought the first habeas cases challenging the Executive’s right to detain prisoners in a law free zone at Guantanamo in 2002, almost no legal commentator gave the plaintiffs much chance of succeeding. Yet, two years later in 2004, after losing in both the District Court and Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court in Rasul v. Bush handed CCR a resounding victory. Four years later, the Supreme Court again ruled in CCR’s favor in 2008 in Boumediene v. Bush, holding that the detainees had a constitutional right to habeas and declaring the Congressional …


A Thought Experiment, Louis Michael Seidman Jan 2013

A Thought Experiment, Louis Michael Seidman

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

Herewith, Justice Antonin Scalia's long lost dissenting opinion in Brown v. Board of Education.