24 BYU J. Pub. L. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/byujpl24 and id is 1 raw text is: B YU JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LA W
VOLUME 24                                                       NUMBER 1
The Swinging Pendulum of Sentencing Reform:
Political Actors Regulating District Court Discretion
Lydia Brashear Tiede
Ripe Standing Vines and the Jurisprudential Tasting of Matured  49
Legal Wines-and Law & Bananas: Property and Public
Choice in the Permitting Process
Donald J. Kochan
Externships and New Lawyer Mentoring: The Practicing       65
Lawyer's Role in Educating New Lawyers
James Backman
Confession and Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting: A New      117
Take on the Constitutionality of Abrogating the Priest-Penitent
Samuel G. Brooks
Forget the Whales: Expanding the Twilight and Diminishing  149
the Nadir of Youngstown
Landon Wade Magnusson
Finding a Place for Embedded Advertising Without Eroding the  167
First Amendment: An Analysis of the Blurring Line Between
Verisimilar Programming and Commercial Speech
Jacob J Strain

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