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35 Hamline L. Rev. [i] (2012)

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ARTICLES
To Be or Not to Be Unpublished: Housing Law and the Lost Precedent of the
Minnesota Court of Appeals
Lawrence R. McDonough
The Business Risk Doctrine in Minnesota: The Emperor Has No Clothes
Dean B. Thomson & James R. Thomson
Mischief Makers Beware: Minnesota Courts' Broad Power to Sanction Misconduct
in the Wake of Frazier v. BNSF
Joseph M Sayler
Should States Expand Judicial Sentence Modification? A Cautionary Tale
Jesse J Norris
The CERCLA of Life: Using Environmental Regulation to Revive the Menomonee
Valley
Laura Hawkins
The First Amendment Under God: Reviewing the Coercion Test in Establishment
of Religion Claims
Raymond C. Pierce
The Dialectic of Obscenity
Brian L. Frye
The Defendant Was Not Heard... Now What?: Prejudice Analysis, Harmless Error
Review, and the Right to Testify
Kenneth Duvall

VOLUME 35               WINTER 2012                  ISSUE 1

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