Vol. 45 Nbr. 2, March 2012
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- Inter Arma enim non silent leges.
- What's going on? The right to confrontation.
- Constitutional reform and the abolition of the mandatory death penalty in Kenya.
- The Federalist Papers, the Commerce Clause, and federal tort reform.
- Insuring the knot: the Massachusetts approach to postnuptial agreements.
- Only as strong as the missing link: the unsteady constitutionality of the Adam Walsh Act.
- Legal guardianship of individuals incapacitated by mental illness: where do we draw the line?
- Writing scripts for silent movies: how officer experience and high-crime areas turn innocuous behavior into criminal conduct.
- Do friends need the law? Examining why friendship matters and what governments can do for this important, though overlooked, relationship.
- Discriminatory opportunism: why undertaking self-employment to mitigate damages creates unique challenges.
- Civil Procedure - Ninth Circuit focuses on importance of subsidiary rather than control to impose general jurisdiction over foreign corporation - Bauman v. DaimlerChrysler Corp.
- Constitutional law - Ninth Circuit effectively precludes future findings of Brady violations in the absence of a conviction - Smith v. Almada.