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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

South Texas Law Review 55:1

South Texas Law Review has released its Volume 55, No. 1, which includes:

  • A Comity of Errors: Treading on State Court Jurisdiction in the Name of Federalism, by Emily L. Buchanan;
  • The Jurisprudence of Texas Supreme Court Justice Robert A. "Bob" Gammage: A Legacy ofCivil Rights and Liberties, by John C. Domino;
  • Ethical Falsehood: Towards a Moral Values Paradigm in False-Speech Adjudication, by Daniel Ross Goodman;
  • Challenging the Federal Prohibition on Gun Possession by Nonviolent Felons, by Conrad Kahn.
  • Comment: Private Employers & Minority Preferences:  Will Somthing Other Than a Remedial Justification be Sufficient, by Jill Hale;
  • Comment: Texas' Iron-Clad Corporate Veil: Re-Examining Section 21.223 of the Texas Business Organizations Code, by Rachel Thompson; and
  • Comment: Litigant Consent as a Constitutional Threat: Reconsidering the Jurisdiction of Magistrate Courts after Stern v. Marshall, by Lori Yount.

Craig Estlinbaum

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