27 J. Nat'l Ass'n Admin. L. Judiciary [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/jnaa27 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
of ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDICIARY
Vol. 27                    Spring 2007                        No. 1
CONTENTS
Page
Administrative Alternatives to Judicial Branch Congestion
Judge  John  G . F arrell ........................................................................... 1
Creeping Judicialization In Special Education Hearings?: An
Exploratory Study
Perry A. Zirkel, Zorka Karanxha, & Anastasia D 'Angelo .................. 27
The Administrative Judiciary's Independence Myth
41 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 1191 (2006)1
Jam es  E. M oliterno  ............................................................... 53/1191*
Reaching Out Or Overreaching: Judicial Ethics And Self-
Represented Litigants
American Judicature Society (2006)
Cynthia  G ray  .................................................................................  97
A Muddy Decision - The High Court Fails To Define The Corps'
Wetland Jurisdiction In Rapanos v. United States
Jill  L am bird  ..................................................................................... 169
Practicalities And Peculiarities: The Heightened Due Process
Standard For Notice Under Jones v. Flower
E m ily  R iley  ..................................................................................... 209
Not Quite A Civilian, Not Quite A Soldier: How Five Words Could
Subject Civilian Contractors In Iraq And Afghanistan To Military
Jurisdiction
K atherine  Jackson ............................................................................. 255
Fernandez- Vargas v. Gonzales: An Examination Of Retroactivity And
The Effect Of The Illegal Immigration Reform And Immigrant
Responsibility Act
B rooke  H ardin  ........................................................................................... 29 1
'Reprinted with permission of the Wake Forest Law Review.
* Second page number indicates page numbering from journal of original
publication.

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