53 Loy. L. Rev. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/loyolr53 and id is 1 raw text is: LOYOLA LAW REVIEW
Volume 53, Number 1, Spring 2007
CONTENTS
ARTICLES

Katrina Juries, Fair Cross-Section Claims,
and the Legacy of Griggs v. Duke Power
Co.
After Katrina: Is the Emergency Exception
to Public Bidding All Washed Up?
Will a Decision that Has the Potential to
Do So Much Good for the People of
Louisiana Set a Harmful Precedent?:
State of Louisiana v. All Property and
Casualty Insurance Carriers Authorized
to do Business in the State of Louisiana
COMMENTS

Louisiana's Restrictive Relocation Laws:
Jeopardizing Stability in Custodial
Arrangements for the Sake of
Geographical Proximity Between
Divorced Parents
Two Tales of One City: Eminent Domain
Post-Katrina and a Response to Kelo

Robin E. Schulberg

Jean Boylan
Mary Garvey Algero

Laura Caviness Cocus
Shelby C. Stone

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