Vol. 89 Nbr. 3, March 2012
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- Marginalizing risk.
- Theorizing mental health courts.
- Arbitrary death: an empirical study of mitigation.
- Social networking v. the employment-at-will doctrine: a potential defense for employees fired for facebooking, terminated for twittering, booted for blogging, and sacked for social networking.
- How 'reasonable' has become unreasonable: a proposal for rewriting the lasting legacy of Jackson v. Indiana.
- Like deck chairs on the Titanic: why spectrum reallocation won't avert the coming data crunch but technology might keep the wireless industry afloat.