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A Simple Question That Isn’t So Simple: Where Do Entities Reside For Venue Purposes?

PDF  ·  John P. Lenich  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 253 (2015).

MENTAL ILLNESS, LEGAL CULPABILITY, & DUE PROCESS: WHY THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT ALLOWS STATES TO CHOOSE A MENS REA INSANITY DEFENSE OVER A M’NAGHTEN APPROACH

PDF  ·  Tyler Ellis  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 215 (2015)

FINISHING WHAT GANT STARTED: PROTECTING MOTORISTS’ PRIVACY RIGHTS BY RESTRICTING VEHICLE IMPOUNDMENTS AND INVENTORY SEARCHES

PDF  ·  Jennifer Kirby-McLemore  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 179 (2015)

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ELITE STUDENT-ATHLETES

PDF  ·  Jill Wieber Lens & Joshua Lens  ·  84 Miss. L.J. 128 (2015)

TAXATION WITHOUT COMPENSATION AS A CHALLENGE FOR TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY

PDF  ·  David Y. Kwok  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 91 (2015)

A NEW CRIME FOR CORPORATE MISCONDUCT?

PDF  ·  Peter J. Henning  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 43 (2015)

THE DEEPWATER HORIZON DISASTER COMPENSATION PROCESS AS CORRECTIVE JUSTICE: VIEWS FROM THE GROUND UP

PDF  ·  Joan Flocks and James Davies  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 2 (2015)

Peer Review Forum Lecture

The Mississippi Law Journal is hosting the Peer Review Forum Lecture Monday, February 27th, 2016 at 12:00pm in Weems Auditorium.  The event is co-sponsored by the Sherman L. Muths, Jr., Lecture Series and will feature Professor Alfred Brophy of the University of North Carolina School of Law.  Professor Brophy will present his article “Twenty-One Months a Slave” via webinar.  The article will be published in Volume 86 of the law journal. 

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KEEPING THE INTERNET FREE: WHY THE DMCA’S SAFE HARBOR PROVISION SHOULD BE EXPANDED TO HELP CURB OVER REGULATION OF CONTENT BY REMOVING THE FINANCIAL BENEFIT WITH RIGHT AND ABILITY TO CONTROL EXCLUSION

 

PDF  ·  Jon S. Gosnell  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 233 (2015)

IMPROPER IMPLEMENTATION: MISSISSIPPI HOUSE BILL 585’S MISSED OPPORTUNITY FOR FUNDAMENTAL FAIRNESS AND OPEN DOOR FOR LITIGATION

 

PDF  ·  Derek T. Cantrell  ·  84 Miss. L. J. Supra 205 (2015)