18 Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2008-2009)

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The Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy
Volume XVIII, Number 1 - Fall 2008
E ditor's  L etter  ................................................................................p. p. v
Tribal Values of Taxation Within the Tribalist Economic
Theory
Angelique  A. EagleW om an ............................................. p. 1
Address at University of Kansas Conference on Tribal Law
and Institutions, February 2, 2008: Tribal Law, Tribal
Context, and the Federal Courts
Philip  P. Frickey  ............................................................ p. 24
The Marginal Firm: A Proposal to Modify the Causal
Standard in Trade Adjustment Assistance Certification
B en  Sharp  .................................................................  p. 34
The Effects of the IDEA Reauthorization of 2004 and the No
Child Left Behind Act on Families with Autistic Children:
Allocation of Burden of Proof, Recovery of Witness Fees,
and Attainment of Proven Educational Methods for
Autism
C hristy  M arlett ............................................................... p. 53
Child Victim, Adult Plaintiff: How Kansas Attorney-Client
Privilege Law Can Harm Teens and Their Parents
M ichael T . C rabb  ........................................................... p. 73
Ex Parte Domestic Violence Orders of Protection: How Easing
Access to Judicial Process Has Eased the Possibility for
Abuse of the Process
David H. Taylor, Maria V. Stoilkov, Daniel J. Greco ... p. 83

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