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Volume 66 • July 2014 • Number 4

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ARTICLES

Edward A. Purcell, Jr., Democracy, the Constitution, and Legal Positivism in America: Lessons from a Winding and Troubled History

Rachel Arnow-Richman, Mainstreaming Employment Contract Law: The Common Law Case for Reasonable Notice of Termination 

Jonathan Remy Nash, Expertise and Opinion Assignment on the Courts of Appeals: A Preliminary Investigation

DUNWODY DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN LAW

Judge Emmett Ripley Cox, Thirty-Two Years on the Federal Bench: Some Things I Have Learned

NOTE

Marc B. Hernandez, Guilt Without Mens Rea: How Florida’s Elimination of Mens Rea for Drug Possession is Constitutional

CASE COMMENTS

William C. Matthews, Aventura Management, LLC v. Spiaggia Ocean Condominium Association: Condominium Associations Beware

Robert D. Sowell, Misuse of Information Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: On What Side of the Circuit Split Will the Second and Third Circuits Wind Up?

Adam M. Hapner, You Have the Right to Remain Silent, But Anything You Don’t Say May Be Used Against You: The Admissibility of Silence as Evidence After Salinas v. Texas

Anna P. Hayes, Fernandez v. California and the Expansion of Third-Party Consent Searches

Cole Barnett, United States v. Woods and the Future of the Tax Blue Book as a Means of Penalty Avoidance and Statutory Interpretation

Volume 66 • July 2014 • Number 4

Categories

ARTICLES

Edward A. Purcell, Jr., Democracy, the Constitution, and Legal Positivism in America: Lessons from a Winding and Troubled History

Rachel Arnow-Richman, Mainstreaming Employment Contract Law: The Common Law Case for Reasonable Notice of Termination 

Jonathan Remy Nash, Expertise and Opinion Assignment on the Courts of Appeals: A Preliminary Investigation

DUNWODY DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN LAW

Judge Emmett Ripley Cox, Thirty-Two Years on the Federal Bench: Some Things I Have Learned

NOTE

Marc B. Hernandez, Guilt Without Mens Rea: How Florida’s Elimination of Mens Rea for Drug Possession is Constitutional

CASE COMMENTS

William C. Matthews, Aventura Management, LLC v. Spiaggia Ocean Condominium Association: Condominium Associations Beware

Robert D. Sowell, Misuse of Information Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: On What Side of the Circuit Split Will the Second and Third Circuits Wind Up?

Adam M. Hapner, You Have the Right to Remain Silent, But Anything You Don’t Say May Be Used Against You: The Admissibility of Silence as Evidence After Salinas v. Texas

Anna P. Hayes, Fernandez v. California and the Expansion of Third-Party Consent Searches

Cole Barnett, United States v. Woods and the Future of the Tax Blue Book as a Means of Penalty Avoidance and Statutory Interpretation