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Submissions from 2019

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Statute of Limitations for Child Sexual Abuse Civil Lawsuits in Georgia, Emma Hetherington; Jean Mangan; Chase Lyndale; Michael Nunnally; and Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic, University of Georgia School of Law

Submissions from 2018

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Judicial Review of Disproportionate (or Retaliatory) Deportation, Jason A. Cade

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Sanctuaries As Equitable Delegation in an Era of Mass Immigration Enforcement, Jason A. Cade

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50 Years of Clinical and Experiential Learning at Georgia Law, Eleanor Lanier

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Athens Access to Justice Initiative: Judicial Leadership + Bar Support + Local Resources = Powerful Synergy, Eleanor Lanier

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Qualified Immunity and Statutory Interpretation: A Response to William Baude, Hillel Y. Levin and Michael Wells

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Backyard Breeding: Regulatory Nuisance, Crime Precursor, Lisa Milot

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LawClinics@50: 50 Years of Clinical Legal Education at Georgia Law, Alex Scherr

Submissions from 2017

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“New Judgment” and the Federal Habeas Statutes, Thomas V. Burch

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Judging Immigration Equity: Deportation and Proportionality in the Supreme Court, Jason A. Cade

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Proportionality Lost? The Rise of Enforcement-Based Equity in the Deportation System and Its Limitations, Jason A. Cade

Submissions from 2016

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Posthumous Organ Donation as Prisoner Agency and Rehabilitation, Amanda Seals Bersinger and Lisa Milot

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Ethical Challenges of Using Law Student Interns/Externs to Expand Services to Low-Income Older Adults, Eleanor Lanier

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To Accommodate or Not to Accommodate: (When) Should the State Regulate Religion to Protect the Rights of Children and Third Parties?, Hillel Y. Levin, Allan J. Jacobs, and Kavita Arora

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Beyond Absurd: Jim Thorpe and a Proposed Taxonomy for the Absurdity Doctrine, Hillel Y. Levin, Joshua M. Segal, and Keisha N. Stanford

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Assessment of Learning Outcomes in Transactional Skills Courses, Carol Morgan and Carol Newman

Submissions from 2015

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Protecting the Constitutional Right to Counsel for Indigents Charged with Misdemeanors - Testimony of Erica J. Hashimoto before the U.S. Senate, Erica J. Hashimoto