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Volume 86, Special Issue

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THE HONORABLE JUDGE PHILLIP S. FIGA 

A TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY ETHOS FOR THE LEGAL PROFESSION: WHY BOTHER?

Judge Marcia S. Krieger

THE 2ND AMENDMENT IN THE 10TH CIRCUIT: THREE DECADES OF (MOSTLY) HARMLESS ERROR

Dave Kopel

BACK TO BASICS: HABEAS CORPUS PROCEDURES AND LONG-TERM EXECUTIVE DETENTION

Marc Falkoff

THE COST OF THE VOTE: POLL TAXES, VOTER IDENTIFICATION LAWS, AND THE PRICE OF DEMOCRACY

Atiba Ellis

A CRITIQUE AND COMPARISON OF EN BANC REVIEW IN THE TENTH AND D.C. CIRCUITS AND UNITED STATES V. NACCHIO

Sarah Berkus

COLORADO CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY V. WEAVER: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF THE "PERVASIVELY SECTARIAN" DOCTRINE

Christopher Brown

GOLAN V. GONZALES AND THE CHANGING BALANCE BETWEEN THE FIRST AMENDMENT, COPYRIGHT PROTECTION, AND THE REST OF THE WORLD

Carrie Claiborne

UNITED STATES V. FRIDAY AND THE FUTURE OF NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIOUS CHALLENGES TO THE BALD AND GOLDEN EAGLE PROTECTION ACT

Michael Davidson

PEDOPHILES, POLITICS, AND THE BALANCE OF POWER: THE FALLOUT FROM UNITED STATES V. SCHAEFER AND THE EROSION OF STATE AUTHORITY

David Frommell

FINDING THE "ETERNAL AND UNREMITTING FORCE" OF HABEAS CORPUS: § 2254(d) AND THE NEED FOR DE NOVO REVIEW

Matthew Mulder

PACE V. SWERDLOW: CAN EXPERT WITNESSES FACE LIABILITY FOR CHANGING THEIR MINDS? THE TENTH CIRCUIT WEIGHS IN ON THE ELEMENT OF PROXIMATE CAUSE IN A CLAIM OF EXPERT NEGLIGENCE

Michael Nelson

DANGER! BOMBS MAY BE PRESENT. CANNON V. GATES: A JAMMED CANNON PREEMPTS CITIZEN SUIT INDEFINITELY

Theresa Sauer

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