Journal of Contemporary Law Vol. 17, Nos. 1-2

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Title Journal of Contemporary Law Vol. 17, Nos. 1-2
Creator Goss, Ronald W.; Brickner, Paul; Moore, Gary A. No. 2: Wallentine, Kenneth R.; Stewart, Shannon; Hodkin, William R.; Applegate, Kelly J.; Stilling, William J.; Trupp, Adam F. No. 2: Firmage, Edwin B.; Neidert, David K.; Romney, Tiffany M.; Andre, Lucy Knight; Perry, Rashelle
Subject Bankruptcy; Constitutional law; Labor unions -- Law and legislation; Monopolies; Drug testing -- Law and legislation; Civil procedure; Judicial power; Torts; Warrants (Law); War and emergency powers; Searches and seizures; Election law; Due porcess of law; Unborn children (Law); Children -- Legal status, laws, etc; Freedom of religion; Drug abuse
Description TABLE OF CONTENTS: Meetings of Creditors Under Section 341 of the Bankruptcy Code: A Primer; Rober Bork's Quest for Certainty: Attempting to Reconcile the Irreconcilable; Economic Efficiency and the Monopoly Legal Status Accorded Labor Unions: Non-Posnerian Approaches; The Art of Constitutional Interpretation; Rethinking Skinner and Von Raab: Reasonableness Requires Individualized Suspicion for Employee Drug Testing; G. Heileman Brewing Co. v. Joseph Oat Corp.: The Use of Inherent Judicial Power Within the Limitations of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; Enright v. Eli Lilly & Co.: Recognizing DES Granddaughter's Preconception Strict Product Liability Claim; Maryland v. Buie: Extending the Protective Search Warrant Exception Into the Home; No. 2: TABLE OF CONTENTS: Governor Scott M. Matheson; The War Power of Congress and Revision of the War Powers Resolution; Heeding the Call: Search and Seizure Jurisprudence Under the Utah Constitution, Article I, Section 14; Campaign Reform: Fifteen Years After Buckley v. Valeo; Prosecuting Mothers of Drug-Exposed Babies: The State's Interest in Protecting the Mother's Constitutional Rights to Due Process, Privacy and Equal Protection; Owens v. Garfield: Evidence of an Inadequate State Child Protection System; Employment Division, Department of Human Resources v. Smith: A Hallucinogenic Treatment of the Free Exercise Clause
Publisher S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
Contributors Anderson, Jeffrey L.; Neidert, David K.; Romney, Tiffany M.; Dahlstrom, J. Derek; Hodkin, William R.; Hanna, Lisa R.; Miles, Greg A.; Stewart, Shannon; Walker, Lorna A.; Cline, Mary C.; de Montreux, Bel Ami; Liu, Kenneth K.; Ostler, David L.; Swapp, J. Craig; Torrey, Rickey S.; Andre, Lucy Knight; Applegate, Kelly J.; Billeter, J. David; Cannon, Dianna; Darricades, Jeanne E.; Friend, Jaqualin; Greer, Christopher; Hainstock, Jennifer M.; Hill, Rebecca; Hofeling, Blaine T.; Letham, Sharon K.; Morrow, Christopher T.; Otto, Michael; Peck, Lisa; Perry, Rashelle; Postma, Michael E.; Stilling, William J.; Tomko, Michael J.; Trupp, Adam F.; Wilcox, Jeffrey D.; Threedy, Debora L.; Roth, Uta G.; Tang, Vanessa
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Identifier Journal of Contemporary Law Vol. 17, Nos. 1-2
Source Original print copy
Language eng
Relation Journals
Spatial Coverage U.S.
School or College College of Law
Rights Management S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
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Date Created 2010-03-31
Date Modified 2014-05-06
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