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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
2019Is Louisiana Shutting Its Doors in the Face of Probative and Reliable Opinion Character Evidence?Harges, Bobby; Todorovic, Ilijana
2015J. SKELLY WRIGHT AND THE LIMITS OF LIBERALISMSeidman, Louis Michael
2015J. SKELLY WRIGHT: A CLERK’S PERSPECTIVE OF THE JUDGEKatzen, Sally
2015J. SKELLY WRIGHT’S DEMOCRATIC FIRST AMENDMENTKalb, Johanna
2019JANUS V. AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES: AN UNPRECEDENTED DEPARTURE FROM PRECEDENTPizzini, Johannah C.
2015JUDGE J. SKELLY WRIGHT AND THE RACIAL DESEGREGATION OF LOUISIANAKennedy, Randall
2015JUDGE J. SKELLY WRIGHT: POLITICS, MONEY AND EQUALITYLee, Carol F.
2016JURISTS, STRUCTURES, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN LAW OF CONTRACTdu Plessis, Jacques E.
2016KATRINA’S IMPACT ON LITIGATION OF INSURANCE CLAIMS UNDER LOUISIANA LAWBarrasso, Judy Y.; Beckman, Kristin L.
2015KELLY V. STATE FARM FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY: PRACTICAL EFFECTS RESULTING FROM AN EXPANSION OF INSURERS’ BROAD GOOD-FAITH DUTYLanglois, Gary, Jr.
2013Killing Them Softly: Neuroscience Reveals How Brain Cells Die from Law School Stress and How Neutral Self-Hacking Can Optimize Cognitive PerformanceAustin, Debra S.