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Booker On Crack: Sentencing’S Latest Gordian Knot, Steven L. Chanenson Jul 2006

Booker On Crack: Sentencing’S Latest Gordian Knot, Steven L. Chanenson

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

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Advisory Opinions On Human Rights: Moving Beyond A Pyrrhic Victory, Julie Calidonio Schmid Apr 2006

Advisory Opinions On Human Rights: Moving Beyond A Pyrrhic Victory, Julie Calidonio Schmid

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

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An Overview Of Non-Analytical Positive & Circumstantial Evidence Cases In Sports, Richard H. Mclaren Jan 2006

An Overview Of Non-Analytical Positive & Circumstantial Evidence Cases In Sports, Richard H. Mclaren

Marquette Sports Law Review

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2005 Annual Survey: Recent Developments In Sports Law, Susan K. Menge Jan 2006

2005 Annual Survey: Recent Developments In Sports Law, Susan K. Menge

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Winning At All Costs: An Analysis Of A University's Potential Liability For Sexual Assualts Committed By Its Student Athletes , Jenni E. Spies Jan 2006

Winning At All Costs: An Analysis Of A University's Potential Liability For Sexual Assualts Committed By Its Student Athletes , Jenni E. Spies

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Barriers To Accessible Housing: Enforcement Issues In “Design And Construction” Cases Under The Fair Housing Act, Robert G. Schwemm Jan 2006

Barriers To Accessible Housing: Enforcement Issues In “Design And Construction” Cases Under The Fair Housing Act, Robert G. Schwemm

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

In the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 (“FHAA”), Congress added “handicap” to the bases of discrimination outlawed by the federal Fair Housing Act (“FHA”) and also enacted three special provisions to further insure equal housing opportunity for persons with disabilities. One of these special provisions—§ 3604(f)(3)(C) —mandates that all new multi-family housing be designed and constructed with seven specified accessibility features.

Despite the accessibility requirements of § 3604(f)(3)(C)—and similar requirements in scores of state and local fair housing laws—a great deal of the multi-family housing built since §3604(f)(3)(C) became effective has failed to include the features mandated by this …