Mississippi Law Journal

Too Big to Fail, Too Blind to See

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PDF  ·  Tom C. W. Lin  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 355 (2010)

Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12, Background Investigations, and Informational Privacy Rights

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PDF  ·  Colin M. O'Brien  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 299 (2010)

The Status of African American Males in the Legal Profession: A Pipeline of Institutional Roadblocks and Barriers

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PDF  ·  Floyd Weatherspoon  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 259 (2010)

The Inconvenience of a “Constitution [That] Follows the Flag . . . but Doesn’t Quite Catch up With it”: From Downes v. Bidwell to Boumediene v. Bush

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PDF  ·  Pedro A. Malavet  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 181 (2010)

The Hazards of Precedent: A Parameterization of Legal Change

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PDF  ·  Charles N. W. Keckler  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 105 (2010)

Federalism’s Floor

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PDF  ·  Gerald G. Ashdown  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 69 (2010)

The Intrinsic Character of Defamatory Content as Grounds for a Uniform Regime of Proving Libel

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PDF  ·  Nat Stern  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 1 (2010)

Constitutional Law – Arrest and Detention Under the Material Witness Statute – Objectively Reasonable Arrest Did Not Violate Fourth Amendment

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PDF  ·  Charles E. Cowan  ·  81 Miss. L.J. 621 (2011)

Facebook Facts and Twitter Tips – Prosecutors and Social Media: An Analysis of the Implications Associated With the Use of Social Media in the Prosecution Function

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PDF  ·  Kathryn K. Van Namen  ·  81 Miss. L.J. 549 (2011)

Nurturing the United States Commercial Space Industry in an International World: Conflicting State, Federal, and International Law

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PDF  ·  Meredith Blasingame  ·  80 Miss. L.J. 741 (2010)