Vol. 23 Nbr. 1, September 2010
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- Legal fictions and juristic truth.
- Poison pens, intimidating icons, and worrisome websites: off-campus student speech that challenges both campus safety and First Amendment jurisprudence.
- The United States and the U.N. Human Rights Council: an early assessment.
- Facilitating stakeholder-interest maximization: accommodating beneficial corporations in the Model Business Corporation Act.
- What are the policy implications of use of epidemiological evidence in mass torts and public health litigation?