Past Issues

Winter 2014, Volume 79, Issue 1

Articles Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin: Grutter (Not) Revisited R. Lawrence Purdy   It’s Not Over ‘Til It’s Over:  Mandating Federal Pretrial Jurisdiction  and Oversight in Mass Torts Tanya Pierce   Rethinking the Testamentary Capacity of Minors Mark Glover   Federalism, Diversity, Equality, and Article III Judges: Geography, Identity, and Bias Sharon E.  Continue Reading »

Fall 2013, Vol. 78, Issue 4

Articles Symposium: Bombshell or Babystep?  The Ramifications of Miller v. Alabama for Sentencing Law and Juvenile Crime Policy Paul Litton   Juvenile Lifers and Judicial Overreach:  A Curmudgeonly Meditation on  Miller v. Alabama Frank O. Bowman, III   Miller v. Alabama: What It Is,  What It May Be, and What It Is Not Nancy Gertner  Continue Reading »

Summer 2013, Volume 78, Issue 3

Articles Decoupling Federal Offense Guidelines from Statutory Limits on Sentencing Kevin Bennardo   Bankrupting the Faith Pamela Foohey   Rethinking the Law Firm Organizational Form and Capitalization Structure Edward S. Adams   Circuit Courts with Plenary Jurisdiction and Administrative Agencies with Exclusive Jurisdiction: Can They Peacefully Coexist in Missouri? Paul M. Spinden Notes & Law  Continue Reading »

Spring 2013, Volume 78, Issue 2

Articles Disqualification for Bias and International Tribunals:  Room for a Common Test Margaret Allars   My Way or No Way: The American Reluctance for Trans-Territorial Public Law William Funk   Dealing with Trans-Territorial Executive Rule-Making Herwig C.H. Hofmann   The Disaggregated State in Transnational Environmental Regulation Hoi L. Kong   The Need for a Legitimate  Continue Reading »

Winter 2013, Volume 78, Issue 1

Articles The Corporate Gatekeeper in Ethical Perspective Christopher T. Hines   The Currently Mandated Myopia of Rule 10b-5:  Pay No Attention to That Manager Behind the Mutual Fund Curtain Kelly S. Kibbie   Two Wrongs Do Not Make a Right:  Reconsidering the Application of Comparative Fault to Punitive Damage Awards Victor E. Schwartz & Christopher  Continue Reading »

Fall 2012, Volume 77, Issue 4

Articles Law Deans in Jail Morgan Cloud and George Shepherd   The Troubling Ambition of Federal Rule of Evidence 502(d) Michael Correll   What’s It to You: The First Amendment and Matters of Public Concern Mark Strasser Comments The Role of the Judiciary in Charter Schools’ Policies Kate Gallen   From Stem to Stern: Navigating  Continue Reading »

Summer 2012 Volume 77, Issue 3

Articles Symposium: Cyberbullying: Emerging Realities and Legal Challenges Christina E. Wells   How Not to Criminalize Cyberbullying Lyrissa Lidsky and Andrea Pinson Garcia   Cyberbullying Victimization: Associations with Other Victimization Forms and Psychological Distress Melissa K. Holt and Dorothy L. Espelage   Regulating Student Cyberspeech Barry P. McDonald   Cyberbullying from Psychological and Legal Perspectives  Continue Reading »

Spring 2012 Volume 77, Issue 2

Articles Getting Away with Murder (Most of the Time): Civil War Era Homicide Cases in Boone County, Missouri Frank O. Bowman, III   Cost as a Sentencing Factor: Missouri’s Experiment Chad Flanders    “Cost as a Sentencing Factor”: A Response Jeff Milyo   Canines on Campus: Companion Animals at Postsecondary Educational Institutions Rebecca J. Huss  Continue Reading »

Winter 2012 Volume 77, Issue 1

Articles Foreward: Jim Devine’s “Show Me Spirit” R. Lawrence Dessem   Introduction: Curt Flood and the Show Me Spirit Joshua C. Devine   Curt Flood and a Triumph of the Show Me Spirit James R. Devine     Grand Theft Auto Loans: Repossession and Demographic Realities in Title Lending Nathalie Martin & Ozymandias Adams    Continue Reading »

Fall 2011 Volume 76, Issue 4

Articles Mavericks, Moderates, or Drifters? Supreme Court Voting Alignments, 1838-2009   Christine Kexel Chabot & Benjamin Remy Chabot    Leveraging Tribal Sovereignty for Economic Opportunity: A Strategic Negotiations Perspective   Gavin Clarkson & Jim Sebenius    Apples and Oranges: Securities Market Losses Should Be Treated Differently for Major White-Collar Criminal Sentencing Under the Federal Guidelines  Continue Reading »