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2017Foreword: Children of Incarcerated Parents: Ending the Cycle of TraumaGriffin, Chaseray L.
2015FOUR LOUISIANA GIANTS IN THE LAWGinsburg, Ruth Bader
Jan-2020The Fragility of ConsentAndrews, Lori
2017From Jails to Emergency Shelters: Dismantling Unconstitutional Border Patrol DetentionRichardson, Kate M.
Dec-2021Fulton v. City of Philadelphia: Religious Objectors, Historically Marginalized Communities, and a Missed OpportunityBeck, David
2018The Future of Claims Arising from Alleged Damage to Oil and Gas Reservoirs After Hayes FundWise, Jon W.
Aug-2020Gender and Climate Justice – Implications for Policy Formation in the Caribbean RegionBenjamin, Lisa; Thomas, Adelle
2016GOOGLE, INC. V. ORACLE AMERICA, INC.: SUPREME COURT DECLINES TO REVIEW REVERSAL OF LANDMARK API COPYRIGHT DECISIONHolton, Nicholas A.
2015GREATNESS IN A LOWER FEDERAL COURT JUDGE: THE CASE OF J. SKELLY WRIGHTFallon, Richard H., Jr.
2018He Taught Us to DanceLorio, Kathryn V.
2015He told the truth.Taylor, Bryan F.
2017Hoffman v. 21st Century North America Insurance Company: Abrogation of the Collateral Source Rule?Charleston, Reagan
May-2023How the Supreme Court Became a Threat to DemocracyChemerinsky, Erwin
May-1941Implied Drilling Obligations in Oil and Gas Leases in LouisianaWalker, J. Mort, Jr.
2015IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, PLEASE COMPLY: LOUISIANA’S OUTMODED ADVANCE DIRECTIVE LEGISLATION AND THE PATIENT’S NEED FOR REFORMLaBruzza, Allyson R.
Jan-2020The Inconsentability of Facial SurveillanceSelinger, Evan; Hartzog, Woodrow
Aug-2022Incorporating Tools and Technical Guidelines into the Web Accessibility Legal Framework for ADA Title III Public AccommodationsLazar, Jonathan; Jordan, J. Bern; Wentz, Brian
2021Individual Liberties v. Federalism: Are Section 1983 Civil Rights Claims Under Attack By New Federalist Judges?Cerrato, Melia
2016INTERPRETING THE LAW IN A MIXED JURISDICTION: THE PROFESSOR VS. THE JUDGE—PEERS OR RIVALSSammut, Ivan
2019IQ, CULPABILITY, AND THE CRIMINAL LAW’S “GRAY AREA”: WHY THE RATIONALE FOR REDUCING THE CULPABILITY OF JUVENILES AND INTELLECTUALLYDISABLED ADULTS SHOULD APPLY TO LOW-IQ ADULTSLamparello, Adam