40 Cap. U. L. Rev. [i] (2012)

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COPYRIGHT  2012 BY THE CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW

Volume 40                        Winter 2012                         Number I
DEDICATION
Dedication  to  Professor Roberta  S. M itchell ............................................................ i
William H. Bluth
ARTICLES
Alternative Justifications for Academic Support II: How Academic Support
Across the Curriculum Helps Meet the Goals of the Carnegie Report and Best
P ractices  ..................................................................................................................  I
Louis N. Schulze Jr.
Painting Beyond the Numbers: The Art of Providing Inclusive Law School
Admission to Ensure Full Representation in the Profession ............................. 71
Paula Lustbader
Teaching for Lifelong Learning: Improving the Metacognitive Skills of Law
Students Through More Effective Formative Assessment Techniques ............... 149
Anthony Niedwiecki
Does Golyadkin Really Have A Double? Dostoevsky Debunks the Mental
Capacity  and  Insane Delusion  Doctrines ............................................................. 195
Amy D. Ronner
Is Academic Freedom in Modem America on Its Last Legs After Garcetti v.
C eballos?  ................................................................................................. : ........... 265
Suzanne R. Houle
COMMENT
Reasonable Suspicion, Unreasonable Search: Defining Fourth Amendment
Protections Against Searches of Students' Personal Electronic Devices by Public
School O ffi cials ................................................................................................... 293
Sean Cooke

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