43 Cap. U. L. Rev. [i] (2015)

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    Capital University Law Review

COPYRIGHT © 2015 BY THE CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW


Volume 43                     Winter 2015                     Number 1

                                ESSAY

Essay: The Two Faces of Anonym ity ...................................................................... 1
   Alex Kozinski

                                NOTE

Salinas v. Texas: The Fifth Amendment Self-Incrimination Burden ................. 19
   Matthew J. Thompson Jr.

                              ARTICLES

A Proposal to the ABA: Integrating Legal Writing and Experiential Learning into
a Required Six-Semester Curriculum that Trains Students in Core Competencies,
'Soft' Skills, and  Real-W orld  Judgment ............................................................ 59
   Adam Lamparello and Charles E. MacLean

Answering the Call: Flipping the Classroom to Prepare Practice-Ready
A tto rn ey s  .............................................................................................................  113
   Alex Berrio Matamoros

The Perfect is the Enemy of the Good: The Case for Proportionality Rules
Instead of Guidelines in  Civil E-Discovery ......................................................... 153
   Leah M Wolfe

The Search for Meaning in the Notice Requirements of the Fair Debt Collection
Practices A ct: A  30  for  30  Short .......................................................................... 201
   Johnny Parker

Avoiding Unintended Disclosure: Representing Clients with HIV and Aids ...... 227
   LaShanda Taylor Adams

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