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John S. Ehrett, Kingdoms in Conflict: Conservative Churches in Court, 2003–2018, 9 HLRe 7(2018).
Jessica “Zhanna” Malekos Smith, Swinging a Fist in Cyberspace, 9 HLRe 1 (2018).
Ann McGeehan, Riding Without a Learner’s Permit: How Texas Can Guarantee the Voting Rights of Minorities on its Own Hoof, 8 HLRe 139 (2018).
Brian Lauten, The Era of Trial By Paper: When the Witness Re-Writes the Oral Deposition Testimony in the Errata Sheet, 8 HLRe 126 (2018).
Kellen Zale, Local Government Formation and Boundary Change in Texas: A Post-Harvey Assessment, 8 HLRe 105 (2018).
Collin J. Marshall, Does the Freedom of Speech Cover Patent Law?, 8 HLRe 91 (2018).