LAW REVIEW ISSUE ARCHIVES

Volume 47, Book 4

INTRODUCTION

Pablo J. Davis, Is the Judiciary a Fortress?

ARTICLES

Patrick Walsh, Foreign Intelligence, Criminal Prosecutions, and Special Advocates

Nicholas R. Bednar and Barbara Marchevsky, Deferring to the Rule of Law: A Comparative Look at United States Deference Doctrines

Eric T. Kasper, Are Judges Politicians?: An Analysis of Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar and Its Constitutional Impact on Judicial Independence and Judicial Ethics Codes Across the U.S.

ESSAYS

The Honorable Bernice B. Donald, The Intrajudicial Factor in Judicial Independence: Reflections on Collegiality and Dissent in Multi-Member Courts

The Honorable R. David Proctor, An Overview of Judicial Independence from Impeachments to Court-Packing

Justin Walker and Caroline Phelps, Chilled Chambers: Constitutional Implications of Requiring Federal Judges to Disclose Their Papers upon Retirement

John DiPippa, "Your Honor, You Are Hereby Commanded to Appear...": When a Legislative Committee Subpoenas a Sitting Judge

REMARKS AND DISCUSSION

The Honorable Sterling Johnson, Jr., "At Some Point, You Have to Take a Stand": A United States District Judge Responds to the Feeney Amendment's Restrictions on Judicial Sentencing Discretion

The Honorable Zarela Villanueva Monge, Judicial Independence, Challenges, and Safeguards: Perspectives from Another Legal System

The Honorable Michael B. Mukasey, Judicial Independence: The Fortress Threatened from Within

The Honorable Timothy J. Corrigan, One Judge's Story: The Impact of Violence on Judicial Independence

Panel Discussion, Judicial Independence: Theory and Practice


Volume 47, Book 3

ARTICLES

Maurice Wexler: The Survival of the Intentionality Doctrine in Employment Law: To Be or Not to Be?

Phillip Kannan: A Constitutionally Protected Right To Vote

Gregory D. Jordan: Covenants Not to Compete: The Real Question for Enforcement

NOTES

Jordan Emily: The Essence of Civil Liberty: Legitimacy and Judicial Oversight for the Targeted Killing of an American Citizen through the Bivens Claim

Taylor Oyaas: Reefer Madness: How Tennessee Can Provide Cannabis Oil Patients Protection from Workplace Discrimination

CASE COMMENT

Marguerite McGowan: Unclear Boundaries––Rye v.Women's Care Center of Memphis, MPLLC: The Transformation of Tennessee's Summary Judgment Burden of Production


Volume 47, Book 2:

ARTICLES

Michael N. Widener: COMPENSATING COLLEGIATE ATHLETES IN "STORE CREDIT"

Phyllis Coleman: WE SAY "TOMATO," THEY SAY "WOOF": THE ARGUMENT FOR ABANDONING "PROVOCATION" IN DOG BITE STATUTES

Samantha Arrington Sliney: CHANGE IS A COMIN': DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DECISION TO OPEN ALL COMBAT JOBS TO WOMEN NECESSITATES CHANGE TO CURRENT MILITARY SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT

NOTES

Kristen Joy Downey: YOU ARE NOT THE FATHER!—PARENTAL LIABILITIES AND RIGHTS OF SPERM DONORS IN TENNESSEE

Zachary B. Johnson: I GOT 988 PROBLEMS BUT BITCOIN AIN'T ONE: THE CURRENT PROBLEMS PRESENTED BY THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE'S GUIDANCE ON VIRTUAL CURRENCY

Maygan R. Peaks: WHEN HOSPITALS STOP PLAYING OPERATION AND START PLAYING MONOPOLY: THE POTENTIAL FOR ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS IN MEMPHIS WITH HOSPITALS ACQUIRING PHYSICIAN GROUPS


Volume 47, Book 1:

ARTICLES

Sarah E. Redfield & Jason P. Nance - American Bar Association: Joint Task Force on Reversing the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Matteo Gatti - It's My Stock and I'll Vote If I Want to: Conflicted Voting in (Hostile) M&A Deals

NOTES

Pablo J. Davis - "To Return the Funds at All": Global Anticorruption, Forfeiture, and Legal Frameworks for Asset Return

Olivia S. Garber - Animal Abuse and Domestic Violence: Why the Connection Justifies Increased Protection

Megan McKenzie Reed - Banning the Box in Tennessee: Embracing Fair Chance Hiring Policies for Ex-Offenders


Volume 46, Book 4:

INTRODUCTION

Daniel M. Schaffzin - FOSTERING A CULTURE OF SOLUTIONS: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE URBAN REVITALIZATION SYMPOSIUM ISSUE

ARTICLES

Kermit Lind & Joe Schilling - ABATING NEIGHBORHOOD BLIGHT WITH COLLABORATIVE POLICY NETWORKS—WHERE HAVE WE BEEN? WHERE ARE WE GOING?

Steve Barlow, Tommy Pacello & Josh Whitehead - REGULATORY CREATED BLIGHT IN A LEGACY CITY: WHAT IS IT AND WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?

Judge Raymond L. Pianka - COMMUNITY CONTROL SUPERVISION OF BUILDING CODE OFFENDERS IN CLEVELAND'S HOUSING COURT:MAKING THE MOST OF OHIO'S DIRECT SENTENCING FOR MISDEMEANORS

Sohil Shah - SAVING OUR CITIES: LAND BANKING IN TENNESSEE

A. Mechele Dickerson - REVITALIZING URBAN CITIES: LINKING THE PAST TO THE PRESENT

James J. Kelly, Jr. - AFFIRMATIVELY FURTHERING NEIGHBORHOOD CHOICE: VACANT PROPERTY STRATEGIES AND FAIR HOUSING

J. William Callison - INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES: GEOGRAPHIC DESEGREGATION, URBAN REVITALIZATION, AND DISPARATE IMPACT UNDER THE FAIR HOUSING ACT


 

Volume 46, Book 3:

ARTICLES

Douglas L. Kriner & Francis X. Shen - INVISIBLE INEQUALITY: THE TWO AMERICAS OF MILITARY SACRIFICE

Philip M. Kannan - LOGIC FROM THE SUPREME COURT THAT MAY RECOGNIZE POSITIVE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS

Katharine T. Schaffzin - LEARNING OUTCOMES IN A FLIPPED CLASSROOM: A COMPARISON OF CIVIL PROCEDURE II TEST SCORES BETWEEN STUDENTS IN A TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM AND A FLIPPED CLASS

NOTES

Jordan M. Cash - DRONING ON AND ON: A TORT APPROACH TO REGULATING HOBBYIST DRONES

William C. Pannell - PIRATE BATTLES IN OUTER SPACE: PREVENTING PATENT INFRINGEMENT ON THE 8TH SEA

COMMENT

Pablo J. Davis - SPIRITUAL-TREATMENT EXEMPTIONS TO CHILD NEGLECT STATUTES - STATE V. CRANK: VAGUENESS AND ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE CHALLENGES TO SELECTIVE PROSECUTION OF FAITH-HEALING PARENTS


 

Volume 46, Book 2:

ARTICLES

Steven W. Feldman - VACATUR OF AWARDS UNDER THE TENNESSEE UNIFORM ARBITRATION ACT: SUBSTANCE, PROCEDURE, AND STRATEGIES FOR PRACTIONERS

Pamela Cole Bell - STAND YOUR GROUND LAWS: MIS-CHARACTERIZED, MISCONSTRUED, AND MISUNDERSTOOD

NOTES

Elisabeth Courson - NO LOOKING BACK: THE EFFECT OF TRANSFER ON THE CHOICE OF LAW RULES APPLICABLE TO DIRECTLY FILED MULTI-DISTRICT LITIGATION CASES

Carl Benjamin Lewis- PRIVATE PAYER PARITY IN TELEMEDICINE REIMBURSEMENT: HOW STATE-MANDATED COVERAGE CAN BE THE CATALYST FOR TELEMEDICINE EXPANSION 

Mary Katherine Smith - ENOUGH WITH THE WHITE LIE-ABILITY: DECREASING FRIVOLOUS HEALTH CARE LIABILITY ACTIONS IN TENNESSEE WITH TIME AND TRANSPARENCY


Volume 46, Book 1

Deborah A. Roy- THE NARROWING GOVERNMENT INTEREST IN CAMPAIGN FINANCE REGULATIONS: REPUBLIC LOST?

Rodrigo M. Caruço- TREATING MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY AT LEAST AS WELL AS INMATES AND STUDENTS: DETERMINING WHEN MILITARY NECESSITY REQUIRES INFRINGING UPON CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN CASES BEFORE THE COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ARMED FORCES

Christian Dennie - THE BENEFITS OF ARBITRATION: ARBITRATION IN NCAA STUDENT-ATHLETE PARTICIPATION AND INFRACTIONS MATTERS PROVIDES FOR FUNDAMENTAL FAIRNESS

ESSAY

Maureen Truax Holland - EQUAL JUSTICE FOR SAME-SEX MARRIED COUPLES: REFLECTIONS BY A TENNESSEE LAWYER WHO HELPED ACHIEVE NATIONAL MARRIAGE EQUALITY

NOTES

Sarah E. Smith - NO SAFE HARBORS: EXAMINING THE SHIFT FROM VOLUNTARY TREATMENT OPTIONS TO CRIMINALIZATION OF MATERNAL DRUG USE IN TENNESSEE

Gregory A. Wagner - WARHEADS ON FOREHEADS: THE APPLICABILITY OF THE 9/11 AUMF TO THE THREAT OF ISIL


 

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