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Constitutional Law: Cases, Materials, & Problems
(Wolters Kluwer, 2011)
In Constitutional Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems Professor Richard Rosen and co-authors provide cases and notes in a casebook format for Constitutional law students. Issues include judicial review, national legislative ...
An Update On Innocent Spouse Claims
An Update On Innocent Spouse Claims provides an overview of innocent spouse claims, ranging from issues related to the filing of returns during divorce proceedings or during troubled marriages, an overview of innocent ...
Reviewing Sheila Jasanoff, Reframing Rights: Bioconstitutionalism in the Genetic Age
Professor Sherwin reviews Sheila Jasanoff’s book concerning the assertion that significant change in the areas of biotechnology and life sciences should be perceived through a bioconstitutional lens. Professor Sherwin ...
Experiential Learning in Trusts and Estates Courses
Various methods used by law professors around the country to give students experiential learning in wills, trusts, and estate related matters.
Keeping Current: Probate, July/August 2011
A look at selected recent cases, rulings and regulations, literature, and legislation.
TCDLA Trial Notebook
(Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, 2011)
A notebook on trial practice for Texas criminal defense attorneys.
Verdict Reasonable at Casey Anthony Trial
The Casey Anthony trial verdict was reasonable if the jury did not believe she was guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. To prevent the wrongful conviction of innocents, a preponderance of the evidence standard is not used in ...
Rejecting Both Smith and RFRA
(Texas Tech Law Review, 2011)
Currently, the United States is divided into two regimes on how to resolve free exercise of religion questions. The official rule is Employment Division v. Smith, which held that so long as the criminal statute did not ...
Smallpox Debate, A Reasonable Outcome, Moving Faster Toward Resolution
A discussion of the World Health Assembly’s 2011 debate on the destruction of the last remaining samples of smallpox.
Wire Transfers, Good Faith, and “Phishing”
Banks are facing new challenges related to con artists and standards of commercial reasonableness. A bank completed wire transfers which were the result of a fraudulent e-mail phishing attack against a company. The court ...