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2 Drexel L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/drexel2 and id is 1 raw text is: Drexel Law Review
Volume 2                      Fall 2009                     Number 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
CRITICAL ENCULTURATION: USING
PROBLEMS To TEACH LAW ........................... Keith H. Hirokawa  1
WRITING AT THE MASTER'S TABLE: REFLECTIONS
ON THEFT, CRIMINALITY, AND OTHERNESS
IN THE LEGAL WRITING PROFESSION ........... Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb  41
CONVERGENCE IN ELECTRONIC BANKING:
TECHNOLOGICAL CONVERGENCE, SYSTEMS
CONVERGENCE, LEGAL CONVERGENCE ................. Amelia H. Boss  63
SECRET INDICTMENTS: How To DISCOURAGE
THEM, How To MAKE THEM FAIR ....................... John Stinson  104
THE FEDERAL JUDICIAL SALARY CRISIS .................... Blake Denton  152
NOTES
WHY THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
AMENDMENTS ACT IS DESTINED TO FAIL: LACK OF
PROTECTION FOR THE TRULY DISABLED,
IMPRACTICABILITY OF EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE, AND
THE NEGATIVE IMPACT IT WILL HAVE ON OUR
ALREADY STRUGGLING ECONOMY ....................... Kate S. Arduini  161
THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF TEACHER CERTIFICATION
REQUIREMENTS FOR HOME-SCHOOLING PARENTS: WHY
THE ORIGINAL RACHEL L. DECISION WAS VALID .......... Haley J. Conard  206
REGULATING EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION
IN THE WAKE OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS ................. Michael diFilipo  258
THE INTERSECTION OF THE FOURTH AND FIFTH
AMENDMENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF ENCRYPTED
PERSONAL DATA AT THE BORDER ........................... John Duong  313

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