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70 Cath. U. L. Rev. [i] (2021)

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ARTICLES
Defining Who Is an Employee After A.B.5: Trading Uniformity and Simplicity for Expanded
Coverage
Edward A. Zelinsky
The Attorney-Client Privilege and Former Employees
Douglas R. Richmond
Police Perceptions, Knowledge, and Performance: Traffic Stops and the Use of K-9 Units
Christopher D. Totten, Gang Lee, & Daniel Ozment
Second-Class Rights and Second-Class Americans: Applying Carolene Products Footnote Four
and the Court's Enforcement of Nationally Accepted Norms Against Local Outlier Jurisdictions
in Second Amendment Enforcement Litigations
Mark W. Smith
Whose Choice? The Future of Construction (and Maybe All) Labor Law
Michael J. Hayes
COMMENTS
All for Nothing?: Executive Authority and Congressional Evasion on Arms Sales
Margaret M. Murphy

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, COLUMBUS SCHOOL OF LAW
VOLUME 70                       NUMBER 1                     WINTER 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C.

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
LAW REVIEW

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