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

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Submissions from 2012

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TRIPS and BITs: An Essay on Compulsory Licenses, Expropriation, and International Arbitration, Peter B. Rutledge

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Arbitration Clauses in Credit Card Agreements: An Empirical Study, Peter B. Rutledge and Christopher R. Drahozal

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Social Proposals Under Rule 14a-8: A Fall-Back Remedy in an Era of Congressional Inaction, Margaret V. Sachs

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Creating Hammer v. Dagenhart, Logan E. Sawyer III

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The Chevron Two-Step in Georgia's Administrative Law, David Shipley

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Overview of Green Building and Associated Legal Issues, Jim Smith

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Some Preliminary Thoughts on the Law of Neighbors, Jim Smith

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Environmental Law, Eleventh Circuit Review, Travis M. Trimble

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Will an Institutional Repository Hurt My SSRN Ranking?: Calming the Faculty Fear, Carol A. Watson and James M. Donovan

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Civil Recourse, Damages-As-Redress, and Constitutional Torts, Michael Wells

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The Monster in the Courtroom, Sonja R. West

Submissions from 2011

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Cecelia Goetz, Woman at Nuremberg, Diane Marie Amann

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Wilderness, the Courts and the Effect of Politics on Judicial Decisionmaking, Peter A. Appel

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Appointment with Trouble, Kent H. Barnett

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Fueling Controversy, Randy Beck

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Self-Conscious Dicta: The Origins of Roe v. Wade’s Trimester Framework, Randy Beck

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Regulating Mandatory Arbitration, Thomas V. Burch

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Narrative Preferences and Administrative Due Process, Jason A. Cade

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Governing Securities Class Actions, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Group Consensus, Individual Consent, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Litigating Together: Social, Moral, and Legal Obligations, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Optimal Lead Plaintiffs, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

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Prosecutorial Discretion and the Neglect of Juvenile Shielding Statutes, Andrea L. Dennis

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The Limits of Procedural Private Ordering, Jaime L. Dodge

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Asymmetrical Jurisdiction, Matthew I. Hall