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30 Hamline L. Rev. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/hamlrv30 and id is 1 raw text is: HAMLINE LAW REVIEW
Institutional Academic Freedom or Autonomy Grounded Upon the First
Amendment: A Jurisprudential Mirage
Richard H. Hiers
59      Attorneys Un-muzzled: Does Republican Party of Minnesota v. White
Invalidate the Use of an Objective Standard in Cases Involving
Extrajudicial Speech Criticizing a Judge?
Tobin A. Sparling
97     Identity Crisis: An Examination of Federal Infringement on Tribal
Autonomy to Determine Membership
Nicole J. Laughlin
125     You Do Know What You're Doing? Right, Doc? Minnesota Supreme Court
Contemplates Negligent Credentialing and Privileging
Carol R. M. Moss
163     There's No Such Thing as a Free Lunch: Urban v. American Legion Post
184 Shows Why Masters Who Profit From the Sale of Alcohol Should be
Subject to Liability Under the Civil Damages Act
Daniel Neilsen
191     Criminals Are All the Same: Why Courts Need to Hold Prison Officials
Accountable for Religious Discrimination Under the Religious Land Use
and Institutionalized Persons Act
Sarah E. Vallely

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