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    GEORGIA LAW REVIEW


 VOLUME 53                FALL 2018                 NUMBER  1

 ARTICLES
 Non-ALJ  Adjudicators in Federal
    Agencies: Status, Selection,             Kent Barnett and
    Oversight, and Removal .......................Russell Wheeler 1

  The Power Few of Corporate Compliance ...........Todd Haugh 129

  Crowdfunding Signals.....................Darian M. Ibrahim 197

  Bail and Mass Incarceration  ...............Samuel R. Wiseman 235

  NOTES
  Detainee Transfers and Immigration
    Judges: ICE Forum-Shopping Tactics
    in Removal Proceedings ..............Roger C. Grantham, Jr. 281

  If Established by Law, Then an
  Administrative Judge is an Officer ...........Jennifer L. Cotton 309

  The SEC Rides into Town: Defining an
  ICO  Securities Safe Harbor in the
  Cryptocurrency Wild West ...............C. Daniel Lockaby 335

  How Devolved is Too Devolved?: A
  Comparative Analysis Examining the
  Allocation of Power Between State and
  Local Government Through the Lens of
  the Confederate Monument Controversy .......W. Davis Riddle 367

  If You (Pay to) Build it, They Will Come:
  Rethinking Publicly-Financed Professional
  Sports Stadiums After the Atlanta Braves
  Deal with Cobb County ...  ........ Steven D. Zavodnick, Jr. 407


VOLUME   53               Fall 2018               NUMBER   1
          GEORGIA  LAWREVIEWASSOCIATION, INC.
                            2018

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