48 Duq. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/duqu48 and id is 1 raw text is: Duquesne Law Review
Volume 48, Number 1, Winter 2010
©DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY, 2009-2010
Articles
REREADING RAuscHER: IS IT TiIME FOR THE
UNITED STATES To ABANDON THE
RULE OF SPECIALTY?
Mark A. Summers........................................................ 1
DAWN FOLLOWING DuAKNSS: AN
OUTCOME-ORIENTED MODEL FOR
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Martin B. Robins ....................................................... 33
Comments
SECTION 5 OF THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT IS
No LONGER TAILORED To REMEDY CURRENT
PATTERNS OF VOTING DISCRIMINATION:
THE STATE OF SECTION 5 AFTER NORTHWEST
AusTIN UTILITy DISTRICT No. 1 v. HOLDER
Jason J. Kelley.......................................................... 67
BALANCING ACT IN BLACK ROBES:
EXTRATERRITORIAL HABEAS CORPUS
JURISDICTION BEYOND BoumEDiENE
James Thornburg....................................................... 85
THE MEANING OF THE TERM C OCAINE BASE
IN 21 U.S.C. § 841(B)(1): A CIRCUIT SPLIT OVER
STATUTORY INTERPRETATION
Andrew King ........................................................... 105
CIRCUITS SPLIT AS TO STATUTORY INTERPRETATION
OF THE MENs REA REQUIREMENT IN 21 U.S.C. §
841(c)(2): THE TENTH CIRCUIT PROVIDES
THE CORRECT ANSWER
Brian Walsh ........................................................... 123

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