The John Marshall Institutional Repository's Faculty Publications platform is a service of The John Marshall Law School library, and serves as an online, open access repository for John Marshall’s scholarly output. The library provides access to law review citations and published versions of law review articles for our present full-time tenure, tenure-track and clinical faculty, and continues to provide access to articles published by former full-time faculty when they leave.

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Submissions from 2014

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The Strange Politics of Medicaid Expansion, 47 J. Marshall L. Rev. 947 (2014), Steven Schwinn

A Negative Externality by Any Other Name: Using Emissions Caps As Models for Constraining Dead-Weight Costs of Regulation, 66 Admin. L. Rev. 345 (2014), Scott Andrew Shepard

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Dodd-Frank 2.0: Creating Interactive Home-Loan Disclosures to Enable Shrewd Consumer Decision-Making, 27 Loy. Consumer L. Rev. 95 (2014), Debra Pogrund Stark, Jessica M. Choplin, Mark A. LeBoeuf, and Andrew Pizor

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Complex Decision-Making and Cognitive Aging Call for Enhanced Protection of Seniors Contemplating Reverse Mortgages, 46 Ariz. St. L.J. 299 (2014), Debra Pogrund Stark, Jessica M. Choplin, Joseph Mikels, and Amber Schonbrun McDonnell

Transnational Legal Practice, 48 ABA/SIL YIR 513 (2014), Mark E. Wojcik

International Courts, 48 ABA/SIL YIR 135 (2014), Mark E. Wojcik and Cindy Buys

International Legal Developments Year in Review: 2013, 48 ABA/SIL YIR 1 (2014), Mark E. Wojcik, Cindy Buys, and Kim D. Chanbonpin

United Nations and Other International Organizations, 48 ABA/SIL YIR 505 (2014), Mark E. Wojcik, Cindy Buys, Julia Wykoff, and Chad Zoelzer

Women’s Interest Network, 48 ABA/SIL YIR 311 (2014), Mark E. Wojcik and Sharon James

Submissions from 2013

Developments in U.S. Law Libraries, 38 Can. L. Libr. Rev. 108 (2013), Anne Abramson

Developments in U.S. Law Libraries, 38 Can. L. Libr. Rev. 149 (2013), Anne Abramson

Developments in U.S. Law Libraries, 38 Can. L. Libr. Rev. 195 (2013), Anne Abramson

Developments in U.S. Law Libraries, 38 Can. L. Libr. Rev. 50 (2013), Anne Abramson

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A Good Step in the Right Direction: Illinois Eliminates the Conflict Between Attorneys and Guardians, 38 J. Legal Prof. 161 (2013), Alberto Bernabe

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Waiving Goodbye to a Fundamental Right: Allocation of Authority Between Attorneys and Clients and the Right to a Public Trial, 38 J. Legal Prof. 1 (2013), Alberto Bernabe

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Carter v. Canada (Attorney General): Canadian Courts Revisit the Criminalization of Assisted Suicide, 59 Wayne L. Rev. 561 (2013), Donald L. Beschle

The Limits of Guilt and Shame and the Future of Affirmative Action, 3 Ariz. St. L.J. Soc. Just. 211 (2013), Donald L. Beschle

International Legal Developments Year in Review: 2012: Introduction, 47 Int'l Law. 1 (2013), Cindy Buys, Kim D. Chanbonpin, and Mark E. Wojcik

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Teaching Trusts & Estates and Elder Law: Pedagogy for the Future, 117 Penn St. L. Rev. 987 (2013), Susan Cancelosi and Barry Kozak

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“It’s a Kākou Thing”: The DADT Repeal and a New Vocabulary of Anti-Subordination, 3 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 905 (2013), Kim D. Chanbonpin

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The Lawyer Who Built Titletown: Gerald Clifford, The Green Bay Packers and Community Ownership, 14 U. Denv. Sports & Ent. L.J. 3 (2013), Maureen Collins

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Checking Out of the Exception to 3-104: Why Parties Should Be Able to Negotiate Whether Checks Should Be Payable on Demand, 3 Colum. J. Race & L. 73 (2013), Linda R. Crane

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Give Taxpayers a Break: Putting the Reliance Element Back into the Reasonable Reliance and Good Faith Defense, 28 Akron Tax J. 123 (2013), Ronald Z. Domsky

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Fairness and Politics at the ICTY: Evidence from the Indictments, 39 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 45 (2013), Stuart K. Ford

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The Law and Science of Video Game Violence: What Was Lost in Translation?, 31 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 297 (2013), William K. Ford