Utah Law Review 2004 Number 3

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Title Utah Law Review 2004 Number 3
Creator Justman, Rob A.; Seminario, Rafael A.; Hartsig, Andrew; Heckel, Maria E.; Middleton, Erin T.; Mow, Adam T.; Reed, Ted S.
Subject Deportation; Affirmative action programs; Wilderness areas -- Law and legislation; Land use; Sentences (Criminal procedure); Emigration and immigration law; Copyright; Forensic sciences
Description TABLE OF CONTENTS; The Effects of AEDPA and IIRIRA on Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Claims for Failure to Advise Alien Defendants of Deportation Consequences of Pleading Guilty to an "Aggravated Felony"; The Uncertainty and Debilitation of the Marks Fractured Opinion Analysis-The U.S. Supreme Court Misses an Opportunity: Grutter v. Bollinger; Settling for Less: Utah v. Norton; Finding the Line Between Action and Inaction: SUWA v. Norton and Judicial Review of Statutory Land Management Standards; Fast-Track to Disparity: How Federal Sentencing Policies Along the Southwest Border Are Undermining the Sentencing Guidelines and Violating Equal Protection; Building with Style: Testing the Boundaries of the Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act; Freeing the Innocent: A Proposed ForensiC Evidence Retention Statute to Optimize Utah's Post-Conviction DNA Testing Act for Claims of Actual Innocence
Publisher Utah Law Review Society, S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Digitization Specifications Scanned on an HP Scanjet 7800 as a black and white PDF at 600 dpi
Identifier Utah Law Review 2004 Number 3
Source Original print copy
Language eng
Relation Journals
Spatial Coverage Utah ; U.S.
School or College College of Law
Rights Management COPYRIGHT : © Utah Law Review Society
Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
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Setname uu_law_clp
Date Created 2009-11-11
Date Modified 2014-05-06
ID 723014
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6fj5mzz
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