July 2013 FIRST IMPRESSIONS

The Pastor, The Burning House, and The Double Jeopardy Clause: The True Story Behind Evans v. Michigan

David A. Moran
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One Redeeming Quality About the 112th Congress: Refocusing on Descriptive Rather than Evocative Short Titles - Part Two

Brian Christopher Jones
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One Redeeming Quality About the 112th Congress: Refocusing on Descriptive Rather than Evocative Short Titles - Part One

Brian Christopher Jones
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The Scope of Precedent

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Reinventing Copyright and Patent

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Protecting Whistleblower Protections in the Dodd-Frank Act

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