38 Cap. U. L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

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Volume 38                           Fall 2009                          Number 1
ARTICLES
Teaching Legal Writing After a Thirty-Year Respite: No Country for Old Men?.. 1
John A. Lynch, Jr.
Social Host Immunity: A New Paradigm to Foster Responsibility .................... 19
Lee A. Coppock
COMMENTS
Salvia Divinorum and Salvinorin A: The Dangerous Substances America Does
N ot K now   A bout ................................................................................................ 41
Tim Pudlowski
More Than Just a Plot of Land: Ohio's Rejection of Economic Development
T akings  .................................................................................................................. 79
Alisa Hardy
Consistently Unconstitutional: Examining Ohio's Ballot Access Laws .............. 109
Nicholas Walstra
The Incredibly Ever-Shrinking Theory of Joint Infringement: Multi-Actor Method
C laim s ..................................................................................................................  137
Ken Hobday
Not Your Coffee Table: An Evaluation of Companion Animals as Personal
P roperty  ...............................................................................................................  187
Casey Chapman
NOTE
Oil and Water Do Not Mix: An Argument for the United States Supreme Court's
Deferral to  Congress in  Exxon  v. Baker .............................................................. 229
Paige Kohn

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