46 Idaho L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/idlr46 and id is 1 raw text is: IDAHO LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 46                  2009               NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
IDAHO'S LAW SCHOOL AND LAW REVIEW: BRINGING
SCHOLARSHIP INTO OUR SECOND CENTURY .......................................... 1
Don Burnett
CENTENNIAL TIMELINE AND FACT SHEET .......................................... 5
ARTICLES
CIVIL PROCEDURE IN IDAHO: AN EXAMINATION OF SIGNIFICANT
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE
IDAHO STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS ................................................ 13
Elizabeth Herbst Schierman and Katie Ball
THE ORIGINS OF IDAHO'S COMMUNITY PROPERTY SYSTEM: AN
AITEMPT TO SOLVE A LEGISLATIVE MYSTERY ................................. 37
David S. Perkins and Elizabeth Barker Brandt
JUDGE ANDERSON AND THE SEVENTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO
JURY  T RIAL  ....................................................................................... 65
Briane Nelson Mitchell
TRIBAL HUNTING AND FISHING LIFEWAYS & TRIBAL-STATE
RELATIONS  IN  IDAHO  .......................................................................  81
Angelique EagleWoman (Wambdi A. WasteWin)
THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF HYDROPOWER SUBORDINATION
POLICY ON THE SNAKE RIVER: A CENTURY OF CONFLICT AND
C OOPERATION  .................................................................................... 119
Clive J. Strong and Michael C. Orr
DREAMERS AND VISIONARIES: THE HISTORY OF ADR IN IDAHO ....... 177
Maureen E. Laflin
Comments & Notes
THE NINTH CIRCUIT'S SILENT AND SHADOWY PUBLIC WELFARE
O FFENSE  D OCTRINE  ........................................................................... 231
Roger W. Feeley
FAIR HOUSING ACT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION CLAIMS IN THE
NINTH CIRCUIT POST-GARCIA V. BROCKWAY: ERECTING NEW
BARRIERS TO INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES ................................. 257
Stephen M. Frinsko
ARRRGH! ROUGH COPYRIGHT WATERS AHEAD: RIGHTS
HOLDERS' ATTEMPTS TO SHIFT THE COPYRIGHT POLICING
BURDEN  TO  PUB LIC  INSTITUTIONS .................................................... 307
Isaac Williamson

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