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David Horton The Limits of Testamentary Arbitration Response to E. Gary Spitko, The Will As An Implied Unilateral Arbitration Agreement In The Will As An Implied Unilateral Arbitration Contract, Professor E. Gary Spitko argues that there is an implied unilateral contract between the government … Continue reading

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S.I. Strong International Implications of the Will As An Implied Unilateral Arbitration Contract Response to E. Gary Spitko, The Will As An Implied Unilateral Arbitration Agreement In his article, The Will As An Implied Unilateral Arbitration Contract, Professor Gary Spitko offers … Continue reading

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Stacey Steinberg Where Did All the Social Workers Go? The Need to Prepare Families for Adoption, Assist Post-Adoptive Families in Crisis, and End Re-Homing Response to S. Megan Testerman, A World Wide Web of Unwanted Children: The Practice, the Problem, and … Continue reading

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Justin Sevier On Hearsay Dragon-Slaying Response to Liesa L. Richter, Posnerian Hearsay: Slaying the Discretionary Dragon Professor Liesa L. Richter evokes dragon imagery in her important debate with Judge Richard Posner over the future of Article VIII of the Federal Rules … Continue reading

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David DePianto The Costs and Benefits of a Categorical Approach to Hearsay Response to Liesa L. Richter, Posnerian Hearsay: Slaying the Discretionary Dragon Recent remarks by Judge Richard Posner of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals have breathed new life into … Continue reading

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Charles Duan Internet Freedom with Teeth Response to Sapna Kumar, Regulating Digital Trade Professor Kumar’s article identifies, at bottom, two types of errors with the Commission’s reasoning, and the important distinction between these two types of errors. First, she identifies textual … Continue reading

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