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Lawyering In The Lion’s Mouth: The Story Of S. D. Redmon And Pruitt v. State

PDF  ·  Mary Ellen Maatman  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 459 (2014)

The Government’s Increasing Reliance On-And Abuse Of-The Deliberative Process Evidentiary Privilege: “[T] Last Will Be First

PDF  ·  Edward J. Imwinkelried  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 509 (2014)

Statutory Making And Interpretation: The Lessons Of 1533-35 For The Present Age

PDF  ·  Robert John Araujo, S. J.  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 543 (2014)

How To Reconcile The Establishment Clause And Standing Doctrine In Religious Display Cases With A New Coercion Test

PDF  ·  Daniel J. Austin  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 605 (2014)

Did Fortune Tellers See This Coming? Spiritual Counseling, Professional Speech, And The First Amendment

PDF  ·  Nicole Brown Jones  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 639 (2014)

Technology And client Communications: Preparing Law Students And New Lawyers To Make Choices That Comply With The Ethical Duties Of Confidentiality, Competence, And Communication

PDF  ·  Kristin J. Hazelwood  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 245 (2014)

Swords, Shields, And Shackles: Human And Corporate “Persons” Under The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention And Consumer Protection Act Of 2005

PDF  ·  Linda E. Coco  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 293 (2014)

Gatekeeper With A Gavel: A Survey Evaluating Judicial Management Of Challenges To Expert Reliability And Their Relationship To Summary Judgment

PDF  ·  Andrew Jurs  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 325 (2014)

Double Jeopardy Blues: Why In Light of Blueford v. Arkansas States Should Mandate Partial Verdicts In Acquit-First Transition Instruction Cases

PDF  ·  Robert Sheppard  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 373 (2014)

Constitutional Law – Unlawful Searches – When The Police Investigate A Home Using A Drug-Sniffing Dog It Is A Physically Intrusive “Search” Within The Meaning Of The Fourth Amendment

PDF  ·  Daniel Schick  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 427 (2014)