Mississippi Law Journal

Pre-Arrest Silence And Self-Incrimination Rights: Why States Should Adopt An Implied Invocation Standard Under Their State Constitution In The Wake Of Salinas v. Texas

PDF  ·  Karen M. Brindisi  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 431 (2015).

Keeping With The Principle Of Neutrality: Why Courts Should Not Extend Elmbrook‘s Mistaken Establishment Clause Analysis

PDF  ·  Daniel D. Schick  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 391 (2015).

Tell Us A Story But Don’t Make It A Good One: Embracing The Tension Regarding Emotional Stories And The Federal Rule of Evidence 403

PDF  ·  Cathren Koehlert-Page  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 351 (2015).

International Covenant As Bond: On Federalism And Congress’s Ability To Promote National Interests Via The Treaty Power

PDF  ·  Mark Strasser  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 309 (2015)

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)