Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
Volume 3, Issue 2 Spring 2014

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ARTICLES

MENTAL ILLNESS AND DANGER TO SELF
Cynthia V. Ward

FIREARM LAWS REDUX–LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS FOR DISARMING THE MENTALLY ILL POST-HELLER AND NEWTOWN
Shaundra K. Lewis

PSYCHOLOGICAL INJURY AND LAW I:  CAUSALITY, MALINGERING, AND PTSD
Gerald Young
Eric Y. Drogin

PSYCHOLOGICAL INJURY AND LAW II:  IMPLICATIONS FOR MENTAL HEALTH
POLICY AND ETHICS
Gerald Young

ESSAYS

SHIFTING THE LENS: A PRIMER FOR INCORPORATING SOCIAL WORK THEORY AND PRACTICE TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR CLIENTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND THE LAW STUDENTS WHO REPRESENT THEM
Susan McGraugh
Carrie Hagan
Lauren Choate

A CRITIQUE OF THE UGANDA MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT ACT, 1964
Chrispas Nyombi
Alexander Kibandama
Ronald Kaddu

NOTES

FROM CHAOS TO COPING: AN ARGUMENT FOR INCLUDING THE FAMILY IN INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT
Tori Edgar

FURIOSUS SOLO FURORE PUNITUR: SHOULD MENTALLY ILL CAPITAL OFFENDERS BE CATEGORICALLY EXEMPT FROM THE DEATH PENALTY?
Emily E. Randolph

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