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Volume 81 Winter 2014 Number 2

CONTENTS


ARTICLES
Clapper v. Amnesty International: Two or Three Competing Philosophies of Standing Law? Bradford C. Mank

A Primer on Professionalism for Doctrinal Professors

Paula Schaefer

Could Windsor Revive Federalism? The States’ Right to Protect Citizens Following DOMA’s Demise

Mark A. Fulks & Ronald S. Range III
 
CASENOTE  
Constitutional Law—Personal Jurisdiction—A State’s Ability to Exercise Jurisdiction Over a Foreign Manufacturer Karissa Hazzard
Constitutional Law—The First Amendment Retaliation Doctrine—A Public Employee’s Rights Regarding Perceived Political Association Retaliation Kaitlyn Poirier
Criminal Procedure—Capital Punishment—Motions to Reopen Petitions for Post-Conviction Relief Jacob Spangler
 

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