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CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY


            LAW REVIEW


ARTICLES


Following Fisher: Narrowly Tailoring Affirmative Action


Eang L. Ngov


Abolish Anonymous Reporting to Child Abuse Hotlines


Dale Margolin Cecka


Removing the Distraction of Delay


Jill E. Family


Chevron's Legacy, Justice Scalia's Two Enigmatic Dissents, and His Return to the Fold in City of
Arlington, Tex. v. FCC
                                                                  Stephen J. Leacock


COMMENT

Land Ho! Two Words an Injured Longshore or Harbor Worker Never Wants to Hear



NOTES


Adam Hare


Blue Skies for Black Lung Benefits Act Survivors? Courts' Interpretation of  932(l) Following the
Enactment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
                                                                   Maureen Hughes


Whose Best Interest Is It Anyway?: School Administrators' Liability for Student Injury in Virginia
                                                                      Alison Landry


Carrying the Second Amendment Outside of the Home: A Critique of the Third Circuit's Decision in
Drake v. Filko
                                                                  Ryan Notarangelo
ADDRESS


The Catholic Law School & Constitutional Self-Government


The Honorable Diarmuid F 0 'Scannlain


            THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, COLUMBUS SCHOOL OF LAW
VOLUME 64                           NUMBER 1                 FALL 2014
                                 WASHINGTON, D.C.

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