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  • The Orwell Court: How the Supreme Court Recast History and Minimized the Role of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines to Justify Limiting the Impact of Johnson v. United States 

    Beck, Brandon E. (Buffalo Law Review, 2018)
    In recent years, federal criminal defendants have enjoyed great success in challenging "residual clauses" within the United States Code as unconstitutional. This began in 2015 when the United States Supreme Court, in Johnson ...
  • The (Next) Big Short and the End of the Anthropocene 

    Pearl, M. Alexander (Utah Law Review, 2019)
    How do you prepare to avoid something which has never occurred in the history of human occupation? That is the challenge of climate change. The Subprime Mortgage Crisis and its aftermath parallel the Climate Crisis in ...
  • On Embracing the Research Conference 

    Drake, Alyson M. (Law Library Journal, 2019)
    One solution for curbing the frustrations many students feel during the research and writing process is for instructors to hold one-on-one research conferences with each student prior to writing. In these meetings, instructors ...
  • Keeping Up with New Legal Titles 

    Baker, Jamie J. (Law Library Journal, 2018)
    Reviews Safiya Umoja’s book, Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism. Baker discusses some of the main points of this book which covers the secrecy of commercial search algorithms and the issues of ...
  • Religious Liberty Versus Rights of Others 

    Loewy, Arnold H. (Kentucky Law Journal, 2018)
    Examines the question of religious liberty versus the rights of others in light of several controversial Supreme Court cases. This was a presentation given at the Kentucky Law Journal symposium, Religious Exemptions and ...

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