Vol. 58 Nbr. 1, March - March 2013
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- "Profession, a lawyer": recent scholarship sheds light on Abraham Lincoln's law practice.
- Catching the wind: a legal and economic comparison between South Dakota's Renewable, Recycled and Conserved Energy Objective and a Renewable Portfolio Standard.
- Mississippi is burning Georgia's peaches because Alabama is no longer a sweet home: a legislative analysis of Southern discomfort regarding illegal immigration.
- Why all or nothing? A middle ground to subrogation law will protect South Dakota's insureds.
- Grantor trusts in South Dakota: preserving a planning tool to maintain the state's trust friendly status.
- The law and philosophy of personhood: where should South Dakota abortion law go from here?
- Katz-ing up and (not) losing place: tracking the Fourth Amendment implications of United States v. Jones and prolonged GPS monitoring.