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VOLUME 28 SPRING 2005 NUMBER 2  

 

 

ARTICLES  

 

237 Mental Capacity, Minority, and Mental Age in Capital Sentencing: A Unified Theory of Culpability  

James Fife  

 

277 The Man on the Stairs Who Wasn’t There: What Does A Defendant’s Pre-Arrest Silence Have to Do With Miranda, the Fifth Amendment, or Due Process?  

Michael J. Hunter  

 

311 Marking the Progress of a Maturing Society: Reconsidering the Constitutionality of Death Penalty Application in Light of Evolving Standards of Decency  

Brian W. Varland  

 

CASENOTES  

 

341 Learning to Sell Grandmother: Why City of Sherrill, New York v. Oneida Indian Nation of New York Should be Upheld to Preserve Tax-Free Status of Tribal Real Estate Acquisition  

Jay Donald Jerde.  

 

387 Does the Punishment Fit the Crime? U.S. Alien Deportation and the Requirement of Acceptance in Jama v. I.N.S.  

Tim Schepers  

 

COMMENT  

 

425 Baker v. Nelson Revisited: Is Same-Sex Marriage Coming to Minnesota?  

Brian N. Niemczyk  

 

VOLUME 28 SUMMER 2005 NUMBER 3  

 

ARTICLES  

 

465 Rainmaker: Rise of the Innovator as the Law Firm’s Future  

Peter J. Gardner  

 

479 Has Isaacs v. American Iron & Steel Altered the Pleading, Policy and Purpose Supporting Shareholder Dispute Claims Under Section 302A.467?  

Mark K. Thompson  

 

489 Nowhere to Turn: A Glance at the Facts Behind the Supposed Need for Tort “Reform”  

Chris A. Messerly and Genevieve M. Warwick  

 

CASENOTES  

 

515 Breeding Employment Litigation – How the Multiplying of Front Pay Awards Will Encourage Employment Lawsuits to Multiply in Minnesota: The Implications of the Minnesota Supreme Court’s Decision in Ray v. Miller Meester Advertising  

Carrie Doom  

 

549 Nobody Uses Betamax Anymore and Neither Should the Supreme Court: Why Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, LTD. Should Be Overturned  

Matthew J. Rust  

 

COMMENT  

 

585 Changes in the Air: Innovation and Streamlining in the State Implementation Plan Process and Maintenance of National Air Quality Standards in Minnesota  

Stuart Arkley  

 

 

VOLUME 29 WINTER 2006 NUMBER 1  

 

 

TRIBUTES  

 

1 A Personal Tribute to Chief Justice Rehnquist  

Douglas D. McFarland  

 

7 In Praise of Contextuality - Justice O’Connor and the Establishment Clause  

Marie A. Failinger  

 

17 A Tribute to Sandra Day O’Connor  

Colleen A. Daugherty  

 

ARTICLES  

 

21 Media Overload: Restructuring the New York Times Rule in Order to Afford More Protection to Public Figures  

Justin Bennett  

 

53 Merck v. Integra Lifesciences The Supreme Court Protects the Use of Patented Compounds in Preclinical Studies  

Sue Mota  

 

65 The Hydraulics of Fighting Terrorism  

Stephen Townley  

 

NOTES  

 

115 Will Internet Service Providers be Forced to Turn In Their Copyright Infringing Customers? The Power of The Digital Millennium Copyright Act's Subpoena Provision After In re Charter Communications  

Mikel R. Boeve  

 

145 The Gang’s All Here: How the Supreme Court’s Unanimous Holding in Wilkinson v. Austin Utilizes Supermax Facilities to Combat Prison Gangs and Other Security Threats  

Andrew J. Theis  

 

COMMENT  

 

177 Sexual Violence is Unique: Why Evidence of Other Crimes Should be Admissible in Sexual Assault and Child Molestation Cases  

Tamara Larsen  

 

VOLUME 29 SPRING 2006 NUMBER 2  

 

ARTICLES  

 

217 Cleaning Up One Mess to Create Another: Duplicative Class Actions, Federal Courts’ Injunctive Power, and the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005  

Timothy Kerr  

 

259 Defective Products, Fraud and Misrepresentation Claims in Minnesota  

J. David Prince  

 

ESSAY  

 

307 Can Legal Writing Programs Benefit From Evaluating Student Writing Using Single-Submission, Semester-Ending, Standardized, Performance- Type Assignments?  

John D. Schunk  

 

NOTE  

 

337 What’s the Buzz? Common Law for the Commons in Anderson v. State Department of Natural Resources  

Ray Kirsch  

 

COMMENTS  

 

377 Can I Go to Chemo?: Protecting Employee Rights to Intermittent and Reduced Leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act  

Megan E. Hladilek  

 

411 “Lie or Lose Your Job!” Protecting A Public Employee’s First Amendment Right to Testify Truthfully  

Scott E. Michael  

 

 

 

VOLUME 29 SUMMER 2006 NUMBER 3  

SYMPOSIUM ISSUE: GUN CONTROL AND THE SECOND AMENDMENT  

 

INTRODUCTION  

 

449 The Second Amendment in the Supreme Court: Where It’s Been and Where It’s Going  

Stephen Halbrook  

 

ARTICLES  

 

461 Facing the Lion in the Bush: Exploring the Implications of Adopting an Individual Rights Interpretation of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution  

Jerry Bonanno  

 

501 Genocide, Self Defense, and the Right to Arms  

Don B. Kates  

 

519 The Catholic Second Amendment  

David B. Kopel  

 

NOTES  

 

567 Schaffer v. Weast: Why the Complaining Party Should Bear the Burden of Proof in an Administrative Hearing to Determine the Validity of an IEP Under IDEA  

Jennifer Burns  

 

601 Should the Eighth Circuit Continue to be the Loan Ranger? A Look at the Totality of the Circumstances Test for Discharging Student Loans Under the Undue Hardship Exception in Bankruptcy  

Sarah Edstrom Smith  

 

COMMENT  

637 A Survey of State Conceal and Carry Statutes: Can Small Changes Help Reduce the Controversy?  

Steven W. Kranz  

 

VOLUME 30 WINTER 2007 NUMBER 1  

 

ARTICLES  

 

1 Institutional Academic Freedom or Autonomy Grounded Upon the First Amendment: A Jurisprudential Mirage  

Richard H. Hiers  

 

59 Attorneys Un-muzzled: Does Republican Party of Minnesota v. White Invalidate the Use of an Objective Standard in Cases Involving Extrajudicial Speech Criticizing a Judge?  

Tobin A. Sparling  

 

 

97 Identity Crisis: An Examination of Federal Infringement on Tribal Autonomy to Determine Membership  

Nicole J. Laughlin  

 

NOTES  

125 You Do Know What You’re Doing? Right, Doc? Minnesota Supreme Court Contemplates Negligent Credentialing and Privileging  

Carol R. M. Moss  

 

163 There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch: Urban v. American Legion Post 184 Shows Why Masters Who Profit From the Sale of Alcohol Should be Subject to Liability Under the Civil Damages Act  

Daniel Neilsen  

 

 

COMMENT  

 

191 Criminals Are All the Same: Why Courts Need to Hold Prison Officials Accountable for Religious Discrimination Under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act  

Sarah E. Vallely  

 

VOLUME 30 SPRING 2007 NUMBER 2  

 

ARTICLES  

 

247 In a Case, On the Screen, Do They Remember What They’ve Seen? Critical Electronic Reading in the Law Classroom  

Debra Moss Curtis and Judith R. Karp  

 

285 Psychology Research and Public Opinion Do Not Support Proposed Changes to the Jury System  

Monica K. Miller and Michelle N. Kazmar  

 

315 Congressional Grants of Standing in Administrative Law and Judicial Review: Proposing a New Standing Doctrine from a Delegation Perspective  

Martin Kellner  

 

NOTES  

 

373 Citizens for Equal Protection v. Bruning: Why the Eighth Circuit Wrongly Upheld Nebraska’s § 29 in the Face of an Equal Protection Challenge  

Mary M. Kellerman  

 

409 Hudson v. Michigan: Has the Court Turned the Exclusionary Rule Into the Exclusionary Exception?  

Jennifer Yackley  

 

449 Collision Course?: Christian Legal Society v. Kane Could Create a Split Over the Right of Religious Student Groups to Associate in the Face of Law School Antidiscrimination Policies  

Ryan C. Visser  

 

 

VOLUME 30 SUMMER 2007 NUMBER 3  

A CENTURY LATER: ANSWERING ROSCOE POUND’S CALL FOR  

CHANGE IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE  

 

 

INTRODUCTION AND ESSAY  

 

489 Minnesota Reflections on a Century of Change and Stasis: Roscoe Pound’s Visit to St. Paul  

Jon M. Garon  

 

ARTICLES  

 

499 Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with the Administration of Justice in the Twenty-First Century  

Robert A. Stein  

 

513 Why Not a Justice School? On the Role of Justice in Legal Education and the Construction of a Pedagogy of Justice  

Peter L. Davis  

 

555 Lost Opportunity: Legal Education and the Development of Professional Identity  

Daisy Hurst Floyd  

 

567 Sensational Reports: The Ethical Duty of Cause Lawyers to Be Competent in Public Advocacy  

Deborah J. Cantrell  

 

587 Blowing the Whistle on Justice as Sport: 100 Years of Playing a Non-Zero Sum Game  

Susan Hayes Stephan  

 

ADDRESS  

 

615 Looking Ahead Retrospectively: What We Can Learn from the Pound Centennial  

Luke Bierman  

 

COMMENTS  

 

629 What We’ve Got Here . . . Is a Failure . . . to Communicate: A Statistical Analysis of the Nation’s Most Common Ethical Complaint  

Stephen E. Schemenauer  

 

683 Impervious to Kryptonite: Why Minnesota’s “Super Lawyers” Can Continue Advertising  

Joshua A. Dorothy  

 

NOTE  

 

719 Can Taxpayers Rely on Minnesota Tax Court Decisions? Why Minnesota Should Adopt the Five-Factor Prospective Application Test When the Tax Court Suddenly Departs from a Prior Decision  

Cilicia Vassar