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Law in High Heels: Performativity, Alterity and Aesthetics

Vol.20,
No.2,
(2011)

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Jurisdiction, Abstention, and Finality: Articulating a Unique Role for the Rooker-Feldman Doctrine

Vol.42,
(2012),
pp 553-600

Federal courts frequently confuse the Rooker-Feldman doctrine with Younger abstention and preclusion law, often using...

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Baseball's Moral Hazard: Law, Economics and the Designated Hitter Rule

Vol.90,
(2010),
pp 2083-2119

  No subject prompts greater disagreement among baseball fans than the designated hitter rule, which allows teams...

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Eggshell Economics: A Revolutionary Approach to the Eggshell Plaintiff Rule

Vol.74,
(2013),
pp 373-422

    For more than a century, courts have universally applied the eggshell plaintiff rule, which holds...

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Jurisdictional Incentives

Vol.20,
(2012),
pp 105-155

  For decades, courts and scholars have viewed personal jurisdiction as a function of due process, sovereignty,...

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Revisiting Rooker-Feldman: Extending the Doctrine to State Court Interlocutory Orders

Vol.36,
(2009),
pp 373-414

  The Rooker-Feldman doctrine prohibits lower federal courts from exercising appellate jurisdiction over state...

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Time Well Spent: An Economic Analysis of Daylight Saving Time

Vol.43,
(2008),
pp 45-91

  Several nations implemented daylight saving time legislation in the last century, including the United States....

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Washington's Title Match: The Single-Subject and Subject-in-Title Rules of Article II, Section 19 of the Washington State Constitution

Vol.81,
(2006),
pp 595-620

  Article II, section 19 of the Washington State Constitution provides that "[n]o bill shall embrace more...

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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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Motivated About Motivated Reasoning

(2010),
pp 1-23

  Eileen Braman’s Law, Politics & Perception: How Policy Preferences Influence Legal Reasoning invokes...

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The Regulation of Medical Malpractice in Japan

Vol.467,
(2009),
pp 443-449

How Japanese legal and social institutions handle medical errors is little known outside Japan. For almost all of the...

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From Jack to Jill: Gender Expression as Protected Speech in the Modern Schoolhouse: DRAFT

pp 1-58

     In recent years, transgender adults in the entertainment world have capitalized on their public...

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Continuing Obstacles to Freedom of Choice for Management Structure in LLCs

Vol.1,
(1997),
pp 165-

This Article suggests that, while the "check the box" regulations will eliminate the need to comply with the...

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Reform of the United States Health Care System: An Overview

Vol.10,
(2013)

This essay, written for readers unfamiliar with the details of American health law and policy, portrays the essential...

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Ethics and the Arkansas Pro Bono Lawyer

Vol.46,
No.WTR,
(2011),
pp 14-

Arkansas faces a critical need for the provision of legal services to people with limited financial means. Statistics...

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Another Such Victory? Term Limits, Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment, and the Right to the Representation

Vol.45,
(1994),
pp 1121-

If proponents of state-imposed term limits score a victory in the term limit debate, the victory will likely come with...

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Herding Bullfrogs Towards a More Balanced Wheelbarrow: An Illustrative Recommendation for Federal Sentencing Post-Booker

by Brian Gallini, Emily Q. Shults,
Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 1-

  The Article first provides an overview of the history and prevailing motivations behind the promulgation of the...

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Things to Know Before You Go to Juvenile Court in Arkansas

Vol.2010,
(2010),
pp 25-

Juvenile Law is a niche practice. Attorneys new to the juvenile justice system should recognize that a command of the...

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Fire Sale: The Situational Ethics of Antitrust Law in an Economic Crisis

Vol.78,
No.4,
(2009),
pp 777-790

  The United States government has used situational ethics to override current anti-trust laws. The federal...

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Transfers of Property Between Spouses and Former Spouses—An Overview of Income Tax Issues and a Suggested Analytical Approach to Such Issues

Vol.1990,
(1990),
pp 1-

The flexibility a spouse or former spouse has over the tax consequences of  transferring cash or property depends...

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World’s Worst Game of Telephone: Attempting to Understand the Conversation Between Texas’s Legislature and Courts on Groundwater

Vol.43,
(2013),
pp 257-

World’s Worst Game of Telephone: Attempting to Understand the Conversation Between Texas’s Legislature and...

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Why We Do the Things We Do? The Role of Ethics in Water Resource Planning

Vol.6,
(2008),
pp 129-

Why We Do the Things We Do? The Role of Ethics in Water Resource Planning   Amy Hardberger   6 Santa Clara J...

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Powering the Tap Dry: Regulatory Alternatives for the Energy-Water Nexus

Vol.84,
(2013),
pp 529-

Powering the Tap Dry: Regulatory Alternatives for the Energy-Water Nexus   Amy Hardberger   84 U. Colo. L....

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Water: Evaluating Water as a Human Right and the Duties and Obligations it Creates

Vol.4,
(2005),
pp 331-

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Water: Evaluating Water as a Human Right and the Duties and Obligations it Creates...

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Managing the Risks of CO2 Sequestration

No.September-October 2009,
(2009)

Managing the Risks of CO2 Sequestration   Amy Hardberger   Sᴏᴜᴛʜᴡᴇsᴛ Hʏᴅʀᴏʟᴏɢʏ (Sept./Oct. 2009).  ...

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Whose Job Is It Anyway?: Governmental Obligations Created by the Human Right to Water

Vol.41,
(2006),
pp 533-

Whose Job Is It Anyway?: Governmental Obligations Created by the Human Right to Water   Amy Hardberger   41...

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Water is a Girl’s Best Friend: Examining the Water Valuation Dilemma

Vol.62,
(2014),
pp 893-

Water is a Girl’s Best Friend: Examining the Water Valuation Dilemma   Amy Hardberger   62 U. Kan. L....

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Mediation Supports Risk Management

Vol.9,
(1992),
pp 17-

Mediation Supports Risk Management   Andre Hampton   9 Tex. Health L. Rep. 17 (1992).   A mediation...

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Legal Obstacles to Bringing the Twenty-first Century in the Classroom: Stop Being Creative, You May Already Be in Trouble

Vol.28,
(2003),
pp 223-

Legal Obstacles to Bringing the Twenty-first Century in the Classroom: Stop Being Creative, You May Already Be in...

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The Princess and the Pea: The Assurance of Voluntary Compliance Between the Texas Attorney General and Aetna's Texas HMOs and Its Impact on Financial Risk Shifting by Managed Care

Vol.83,
(2003),
pp 553-

The Princess and the Pea: The Assurance of Voluntary Compliance Between the Texas Attorney General and Aetna's...

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Baseball's Moral Hazard: Law, Economics and the Designated Hitter Rule

Vol.90,
(2010),
pp 2083-2119

  No subject prompts greater disagreement among baseball fans than the designated hitter rule, which allows teams...

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Eggshell Economics: A Revolutionary Approach to the Eggshell Plaintiff Rule

Vol.74,
(2013),
pp 373-422

    For more than a century, courts have universally applied the eggshell plaintiff rule, which holds...

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Jurisdictional Incentives

Vol.20,
(2012),
pp 105-155

  For decades, courts and scholars have viewed personal jurisdiction as a function of due process, sovereignty,...

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Revisiting Rooker-Feldman: Extending the Doctrine to State Court Interlocutory Orders

Vol.36,
(2009),
pp 373-414

  The Rooker-Feldman doctrine prohibits lower federal courts from exercising appellate jurisdiction over state...

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Time Well Spent: An Economic Analysis of Daylight Saving Time

Vol.43,
(2008),
pp 45-91

  Several nations implemented daylight saving time legislation in the last century, including the United States....

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Washington's Title Match: The Single-Subject and Subject-in-Title Rules of Article II, Section 19 of the Washington State Constitution

Vol.81,
(2006),
pp 595-620

  Article II, section 19 of the Washington State Constitution provides that "[n]o bill shall embrace more...

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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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Motivated About Motivated Reasoning

(2010),
pp 1-23

  Eileen Braman’s Law, Politics & Perception: How Policy Preferences Influence Legal Reasoning invokes...

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Human Flotsam, Legal Fallout: Japan's Tsunami and Nuclear Meltdown

Vol.27,
(2012),
pp 107-124

  We report on our field research in Fukushima Prefecture in July 2011. We interviewed legal professionals and...

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Informed Consent and Patients' Rights in Japan

Vol.33,
(1996),
pp 1-112

This article analyzes the development of the concept of informed consent in the context of the culture and economics of...

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Baseball's Moral Hazard: Law, Economics and the Designated Hitter Rule

Vol.90,
(2010),
pp 2083-2119

  No subject prompts greater disagreement among baseball fans than the designated hitter rule, which allows teams...

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Eggshell Economics: A Revolutionary Approach to the Eggshell Plaintiff Rule

Vol.74,
(2013),
pp 373-422

    For more than a century, courts have universally applied the eggshell plaintiff rule, which holds...

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Jurisdictional Incentives

Vol.20,
(2012),
pp 105-155

  For decades, courts and scholars have viewed personal jurisdiction as a function of due process, sovereignty,...

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Views: 249
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Revisiting Rooker-Feldman: Extending the Doctrine to State Court Interlocutory Orders

Vol.36,
(2009),
pp 373-414

  The Rooker-Feldman doctrine prohibits lower federal courts from exercising appellate jurisdiction over state...

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Time Well Spent: An Economic Analysis of Daylight Saving Time

Vol.43,
(2008),
pp 45-91

  Several nations implemented daylight saving time legislation in the last century, including the United States....

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Washington's Title Match: The Single-Subject and Subject-in-Title Rules of Article II, Section 19 of the Washington State Constitution

Vol.81,
(2006),
pp 595-620

  Article II, section 19 of the Washington State Constitution provides that "[n]o bill shall embrace more...

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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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Views: 440
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Motivated About Motivated Reasoning

(2010),
pp 1-23

  Eileen Braman’s Law, Politics & Perception: How Policy Preferences Influence Legal Reasoning invokes...

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Human Flotsam, Legal Fallout: Japan's Tsunami and Nuclear Meltdown

Vol.27,
(2012),
pp 107-124

  We report on our field research in Fukushima Prefecture in July 2011. We interviewed legal professionals and...

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Informed Consent and Patients' Rights in Japan

Vol.33,
(1996),
pp 1-112

This article analyzes the development of the concept of informed consent in the context of the culture and economics of...

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