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50 Hous. L. Rev. i (2012-2013)

handle is hein.journals/hulr50 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME 50               FALL 2012              NUMBER 1
HOUSTON LAW REVIEW
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL:
INFORMED CONSENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH................Jessica Berg  1
GROUP DELIBERATION AND THE
ENDOWMENT EFFECT: AN
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY................ Jeremy A. Blumenthal  41
JUDGE POSNER'S PRACTICAL THEORY
OF STANDING: CLOSER TO JUSTICE
BREYER'S APPROACH TO STANDING
THAN TO JUSTICE SCALIA'S ......... .........Bradford C. Mank  71
CONTINUED RACIAL DISPARITIES IN THE
CAPITAL OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT:
THE ROSENTHAL ERA..........................Scott Phillips  131
COMMENTS
SUBSTITUTED JUDGMENT AND BEST
INTERESTS ANALYSIS : PROTECTING THE
PROCREATIVE MEDICAL RIGHTS OF THE
MENTALLY INCOMPETENT IN TEXAS............ Katie Barnhill  157
ANALYSIS OF THE PROPOSED
AMENDMENTS TO FEDERAL RULE OF
CIVIL PROCEDURE 45 PERTAINING TO
NONPARTY SUBPOENAS FOR DOCUMENTS........... Natasha Breaux  191
AN EARLY ROLL OF THE DICE: APPEAL
UNDER CONDITIONAL FINALITY IN
FEDERAL COURT  ....................... ......Joseph Struble  221
ESSAY
DRIVEN:
THE FIRST DECADE OF
HOUSTON LAw REVIEW   .......................Craig Joyce  257
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