13 J.L. & Fam. Stud. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/jlfst13 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF LAW & FAMILY STUDIES

VOLUME 13                                                      No. 1 2011
ARTICLES
Dangerous & Disruptive or Simply Cutting Class; When Should Schools
Kick Kids to the Curb?: An Empirical Study of School Suspension
and Due Process Rights
Donald H. Stone & Linda S. Stone  ................................... 1
Legal and Ethical Issues Confronting Guardian ad Litem Practice
Marcia M. Boumil, Cristina F. Freitas, & Debbie F. Freitas .............. 43
Bankruptcy, Divorce, and the Rooker-Feldman Doctrine:
A Potential Marriage of Convenience
Peter C. Alexander...................8....1.............81
Same-Sex Marriage and the Right to Privacy
Mark Strasser.       ........................................ 117
The Court, the Parent, and the Child: Mediator Perceptions of the Purpose
and Impact of Mandated Mediation in Child Custody Cases
Charles R. Stoner, Sandra J Perry, & Tanya M. Marcum ...  ...... 151
NOTES
Prosecuting Women for Participating in Illegal Abortions:
Undermining Gender Equality and the Effectiveness of State Police Power
Staci Visser        ................................................ 171
The Marriage Trap: How Guardianship Divorce Bans Abet Spousal Abuse
Mark Schwarz              ................................ ........ 187
Anchors Aweigh: Redefining Birthright Citizenship in the 21st Century
Ashley E. Mendoza       .......................... ................... 203

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