Winter 2011: Volume 76, Issue 1

November 8, 2012


On the Contemporary Meaning of Korematsu: “Liberty Lies in the Hearts of Men and Women”

David A. Harris


EEOC Reinforces Broad Interpretation of ADAAA Disability Qualification: But What Does “Substantially Limits” Mean?

Carol J. Miller


Stimulating School Reform: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the Shifting Federal Role in Education

Benjamin Michael Superfine

A Read-the-Bill Rule for Congress

Hanah Metchis Volokh


Walking Out on the Check: How Missouri Abandoned Its Public Defenders and Left the Poor to Foot the Bill

Chris Dandurand


When Efficiency Arguments Fail: The Counter-Intuitive Effects of Amended Rule 78.07(c)

Vincenzo Iuppa


In a Class of Their Own: The Eighth Circuit Upholds a Credit Card Agreement’s Class Action Waiver and Mandatory Arbitration Clause

Lucinda Housley Luetkemeyer


Giving a Voice to the Inanimate: The Right of a Corporation to Political Free Speech

Alex Osterlind


Swimming Against the Tide: The Eighth Circuit Holds That Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle Is Not a Crime of Violence

Nichole Walsch