65 Cath. U. L. Rev. [i] (2015-2016)

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CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY


           LAW REVIEW


ARTICLES


The Affordable Care Act Is Not Tort Reform
                                                              Andrew F. Popper


Selective Issues in Effective Medicaid Estate Recovery Statutes
                                                            Raymond C. 0 'Brien


Reforming the Federal Arbitration Act to Equalize the Adjudication Rights of Powerful and Weak
Parties
                                                                Stephen A. Plass


COMMENTS

Going Native: The Rise of Online Native Advertising and a Recommended Regulatory Approach
                                                                    A.J. Casale


A First Amendment Right to Observe Elections: Fulfilling the Dream of Richmond Newspapers
by Extending It to the Polling Place
                                                              Andrew D. Howell


PANEL


Millennials, Equity, and the Rule of Law: 2014 National Lawyers Convention, How First
Amendment Procedures Protect First Amendment Substance
                                                    Erik S. Jaffe, Aaron H. Caplan,
                                                  Robert A. Destro, Todd P. Graves,
                                                Alan B. Morrison, Eugene Volokh, &
                                                                 David R. Stras


            THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, COLUMBUS SCHOOL OF LAW
VOLUME 65                         NUMBER 1                          FALL 2015
                               WASHINGTON, D.C.

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