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Salazar v. Buono: The Perils of Piecemeal Adjudication
Saving Face – Ethical Considerations for American Judges Using Facebook: Correspondent’s Report from the United States
Scheduled Member Benefits for Total Loss of Use: Definition of Usual Employment
School Searches Writ Large: Broadening the Perspective in Which We View School Searches
Science versus Law in WTO Jurisprudence – The (mis)interpretation of the scientific process and the (in)sufficiency of scientific evidence in EC – Biotech
Scott DeLeve
Secondary Sources

Secondary Sources

Section 1988 Attorney Fee Awards in the Fifth Circuit
Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act: A Time for Revision
Section 83 and Zero-Excess Value Restricted Stock
Sentencing Policy and Procedure as Applied to Cyber Crimes: A Call for Reconsideration and Dialogue
Separating Retribution from Proportionality
Serving Two Masters; Military Aircraft Commander Authority and the Strategic Airlift Capability Partnerships Multinational Airlift Fleet
Setting a Higher Standard: Judicial Review of Federal Affirmative Action in the Wake of Adarand
Sex Discrimination in Public Education
Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll and Moral Dirigisme: Toward a Reformation of Drug and Prostitution Regulations
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Lucrative Fandom: Recognizing the Economic Power of Fanworks and Reimagining Fair Use in Copyright
Social Media and the Lawyer’s Evolving Duty of Technological Competence: Correspondent’s Report from the United States
Society's Moral Right to Punish: A Further Exploration of the Denunciation Theory of Punishment
Some Themes from Judge Rhesa Barksdale's Published Opinions
Something New Under the Sun: The National Remote Sensing and Space Law Center
Southern Horrors: Women and the Politics of Rape and Lynching (Harvard University Press 2009)
Space Law and Relevant Publications
Space law: Its Cold War Origins and Challenges in the Era of Globalization
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State Exemptions
State Law and the Struggle for a Living Wage at the University of Mississippi
Statutes of the Realm

English statutes enacted between 1235 and 1377.

Statutory Employer Coverage of Subcontracting Trumps Independent Contractor Exclusion from Coverage
Subject Matter Research / “Looseleaf” Research

Subject Matter Research / “Looseleaf” Research

Suing one's Sense Faculties for Fraud: 'Justifiable Reliance' in the Law as a Clue to Epistemic Justification
Swimming Past the Hook: Navigating Legal Obstacles in the Aquaculture Industry
Symposium Introduction
Symposium: On Criminal Procedure - Replacing the Exclusionary Rule: Fourth Amendment Violations as Direct Criminal Contempt
Symposium: Reflection on the Role of a Law Professor as a Faculty Athletics Representative