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Biodefense: Who’s in Charge?
This article discusses America’s approach to bioterrorism. Professor Sutton posits that the government’s response to the anthrax attacks of 2001 demonstrate organizational problems in America’s response to biological ...
Legal Impediments to Surveillance for Biological Threats and Countering Terrorism
The law observes jurisdictional boundaries as well as national and state boundaries, unlike biological agents. The threat of biological agents cannot be successfully controlled through surveillance technologies without ...
Biodefense: A Legal Framework Rework - When Peacetime is the Only Time
Bioterrorism is a threat of catastrophic proportions. In this article, Professor Sutton posits that the anthrax attacks of 2001 demonstrated that America was sadly unprepared for the unique threats presented by bioterrorism. ...
Rosen and Sutton: The President Is Employing A Royal Idea
An op-ed piece discussing the misuse of Presidential powers by President Obama. The authors suggest that President Obama does not have the power to implement legislation that Congress will not pass by issuing executive ...
American Indian Law—Elucidating Constitutional Law
(Tulsa Law Review, 2002)
Professor Sutton explores the idea of teaching American Indian Law as part of a course on constitutional law. She points out the impact of Native American concerns on the writing of the Constitution and constitutional ...