37 Cap. U. L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

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Volume 37                           Fall 2008                          Number 1
ARTICLES
The United States v. Adam Gadahn: A Case for Treason ....................................... 1
Douglas A. Kash
Back from Wonderland: A Linguistic Approach to Duties Arising from
Threats of Physical Violence ............................................................................  27
A.G. Harmon
The Black Eye of Hurricane Katrina's Post Jim Crow Syndrome Is a
Basic Human Dignity Challenge for America ................................................. 93
L. Darnell Weeden
Multiple-Choice: Choosing the Best Options for More Effective and Less
Frustrating  Law  School Testing  .......................................................................... 119
Janet W. Fisher
COMMENTS
If I Sign This Release, I Can Still Sue You Later, Right? The Current
(and  Future) Status of FM LA  W aivers ................................................................ 137
Shannon G. Mink
The Need for Legislative or Judicial Clarity on the Four-Fifths Rule and
How Employers in the Sixth Circuit Can Survive the Ambiguity ....................... 171
Scott W. McKinley
NOTE
The Various Interpretations of Morse v. Frederick: Just a Drug
Exception or a Retraction of Student Free Speech Rights? ................................. 201
Joyce Dindo

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