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2015REVERSING COASTAL LAND LOSS: ECONOMIC, LEGAL, AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONSPenner, D'Ann R.
2015KELLY V. STATE FARM FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY: PRACTICAL EFFECTS RESULTING FROM AN EXPANSION OF INSURERS’ BROAD GOOD-FAITH DUTYLanglois, Gary, Jr.
2015IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, PLEASE COMPLY: LOUISIANA’S OUTMODED ADVANCE DIRECTIVE LEGISLATION AND THE PATIENT’S NEED FOR REFORMLaBruzza, Allyson R.
2015POST-DISASTER HOUSING THROUGH THE LENS OF LITIGATION: THE KATRINA HOUSING JUSTICE DOCKETFinger, Davida
2015THE REBIRTH OF A CITY: SOCIAL JUSTICE, ETHICS, AND NEW ORLEANSWildes, Kevin Wm.
2015A LETTER TO SOCIAL JUSTICE ADVOCATES: THIRTEEN LESSONS LEARNED BY KATRINA SOCIAL JUSTICE ADVOCATES LOOKING BACK TEN YEARS LATERQuigley, William P.
2015STATE OF EMERGENCY: AN EMERGENCY CONSTITUTION REVISITEDCrusto, Mitchell F.
2015J. SKELLY WRIGHT’S DEMOCRATIC FIRST AMENDMENTKalb, Johanna
2015GREATNESS IN A LOWER FEDERAL COURT JUDGE: THE CASE OF J. SKELLY WRIGHTFallon, Richard H., Jr.
2015FOUR LOUISIANA GIANTS IN THE LAWGinsburg, Ruth Bader
2015JUDGE J. SKELLY WRIGHT AND THE RACIAL DESEGREGATION OF LOUISIANAKennedy, Randall
2015JUDGE J. SKELLY WRIGHT: POLITICS, MONEY AND EQUALITYLee, Carol F.
2015J. SKELLY WRIGHT: A CLERK’S PERSPECTIVE OF THE JUDGEKatzen, Sally
2015BUSH V. ORLEANS PARISH SCHOOL BOARD: THE SECOND BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, CHRONICLES OF THE CASE AND THE JUDGEWright, James E., III
2015CHOOSING OUR HEROES: SKELLY WRIGHT AND ATTICUS FINCHSteiker, Carol S.
2015J. SKELLY WRIGHT AND THE LIMITS OF LIBERALISMSeidman, Louis Michael
2015Adaptive Strategies for the Future of Legal EducationFriedland, Steven I.
2015All in the Family: Assessing the Definition of "Family" in City of Baton Rouge / Parish of East Baton Rouge v. MyersMurphree, Patrick D.
2015Planned Parenthood v. Abbott: Evaluating the Admitting Privileges Requirements Under the Undue Burden StandardPhelps, Hope A.
2015Professional Identity Formation: Working Backwards to Move the Profession ForwardBrown, Christine Cerniglia