Elitza Meyer, It’s It’s Not the Oxford Comma, It’s the Ambiguity, 8 HLRe 25 (2017).
Samantha A. Moppett and Kathleen Elliott Vinson, Closing the Legal Aid Gap One Research Question at a Time, 8 HLRe 15 (2017).
Marshall Heins II, Note, Absolutely Qualified: Supreme Court Transforms the Doctrine of Qualified Immunity into Absolute Immunity for Police Officers, 8 HLRe 1 (2017).
Matthew A. Harper, Comment, A Digital Departure for the Fourth Amendment’s Analog Analogies, 7 HLRe 15 (2017).
Martha Chace, How the Military Processes Reports of Domestic Violence: A Brief Look at the Ways a Uniformed-Abuser Is Prosecuted and What Can Change to Ensure Protection, 7 HLRe 1 (2016).
Frank O. Carroll III, “Vex My Soul”: A Primer on Vexatious Litigants, 6 HLRe 231 (2016).
Friday, Nov. 4, 2016; 8:30–11:00 a.m.
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