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2020Emergency Response Kit PDF-
2019EPIC SYSTEMS CORP. V. LEWIS: AMERICAN EMPLOYEES SUFFER AN EPIC LOSS IN THE ONGOING ARBITRATION CONFLICTFernandez, Mary Kate
2016ETHICS REFORM IN NEW ORLEANS: PROGRESS—AND PROBLEMS TEN YEARS POST-KATRINAMarcello, David A.
2017Excessive Force, Bias, and Criminal Justice Reform: Proposals for Congressional ActionDyson, Maurice R.
2018Eyewitness Identification and InnocencePark, Jee
2017A Father's Journey Through Louisiana's Criminal Justice SystemLadd, Chad
2017Follow the Natural Law: Provide Access to Justice, Improve Someone Else's Life (and Your Own)Surprenant, Mark C.
2017Foreword: Children of Incarcerated Parents: Ending the Cycle of TraumaGriffin, Chaseray L.
2015FOUR LOUISIANA GIANTS IN THE LAWGinsburg, Ruth Bader
2017From Jails to Emergency Shelters: Dismantling Unconstitutional Border Patrol DetentionRichardson, Kate M.
2018The Future of Claims Arising from Alleged Damage to Oil and Gas Reservoirs After Hayes FundWise, Jon W.
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-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.
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