12 Barry L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Volume 12                                                              Spring 2009
ARTICLES
Showing Loss in Securities Enforcement Actions ......................... Pietro M. deVolpi, Jr. 1
Taxnapping:
How Murphy v. IRS Used Direct Taxation to
Steal the Tax  Reform  Debate ............................................................... Jason  A. Derr 21
The Decline and Fall of the American Judicial Opinion,
Part I: Back to the Future from the
Roberts Court to Learned Hand - Context and Congruence
..................................................................................................... Jeffrey  A . V an  D etta  53
Trial in Absentia:
Rescuing the Public Necessity Requirement to
Proceed with a Trial in the Defendant's Absence ............................... Lucas Tassara 153
FEDERALIST SOCIETY TRANSCRIPT
Showcase Panel II: Judicial Tenure:
Life Tenure or Fixed  Non-renewable Terms? .................................................................
.................................................. Moderated by the Honorable J. Harvie Wilkinson III 173
BARRY LAW REVIEW STUDENT ARTICLES
Punishing Depictions of Animal Cruelty:
Unconstitutional or a Valid Restriction on Speech? ............................ Kerry Adams 203
Parents Involved in Community School v. Seattle School District No. I.:
An Endorsement of De Facto Segregation? ........................... Edward C. Combs, Jr. 225
Children Under the Radar:
The Unique Plight of Special Immigrant Juveniles ......................... My Xuan T. Mai 241

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