Vol. 81 Nbr. 3, June - June 2016
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- RFRA rights revisited: substantial burdens, judicial competence, and the religious nonprofit cases.
- A fatally flawed proxy: the role of "intended loss" in the U.S. sentencing guidelines for fraud.
- A fresh look at copyright on campus.
- The scope of [section] 337 post-Suprema, Inc. v. International Trade Commission: Suprema, Inc. v. International Trade Commission.
- A blatant inequity: contributions to the common benefit fund in multidistrict litigation.
- Too close for comfort: protecting agriculture in an urban age: Labrayere v. Bohr Farms, LLC.
- Access to education: transgender students in Missouri's public education system.
- Missouri's statutory cause of action for medical negligence: legitimate application of legislative authority or violation of constitutional rights?
- Are non-judicial sales unconstitutional? The super-priority lien and its influence on state foreclosure statutes.