This series collects the completed works of the UGA law faculty published in print or electronic formats.

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Submissions from 2014

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Arbitration, the Law Market, and the Law of Lawyering, Peter B. Rutledge and Erin O’Hara O’Connor

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The Empty Promise of VARA: The Restrictive Application of a Narrow Statute, David E. Shipley

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Press Exceptionalism, Sonja R. West

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The Stealth Press Clause, Sonja R. West

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Habeas Corpus Proceedings in the High Court of Parliament in the Reign of James I, 1603-1625, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

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The Great Writ Hit: The Curtailment of Habeas Corpus in Georgia Since 1967, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

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The Great Writ in the Peach State: Georgia Habeas Corpus, 1865-1965, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

Submissions from 2013

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A Funhouse Mirror of Law: The Entailment in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Peter A. Appel

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How the Poor Got Cut Out of Banking, Mehrsa Baradaran

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Resolving the ALJ Quandary, Kent H. Barnett

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Prioritizing Abortion Access Over Abortion Safety in Pennsylvania, Randy Beck

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State Interests and the Duration of Abortion Rights, Randy Beck

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Policing the Immigration Police: ICE Prosecutorial Discretion and the Fourth Amendment, Jason A. Cade

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The Plea Bargain Crisis for Noncitizens in Misdemeanor Court, Jason A. Cade

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Adequately Representing Groups, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Disaggregating, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Disentangling Conscience and Religion, Nathan Chapman

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International Law in a Time of Scarcity: An Introduction, Harlan G. Cohen

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International Law’s Erie Moment, Harlan G. Cohen

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Lawyers and Precedent, Harlan G. Cohen

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Plea Bargaining, Sentence Modifications, and the Real World, Julian A. Cook

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A Snitch in Time: An Historical Sketch of Black Informing During Slavery, Andrea L. Dennis

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How Congress Could Defend DOMA in Court (and Why the BLAG Cannot), Matthew I. Hall

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The Problem with Misdemeanor Representation, Erica J. Hashimoto

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Genomics Unbound: The Scientific and Legal Case against Patents Based on Naturally Occurring DNA Sequences, Fazal Khan