56 Loy. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/loyolr56 and id is 1 raw text is: LOYOLA LAW REVIEW
Volume 56, Number 1, Spring 2010
CONTENTS
ARTICLES

Adam Smith's Historical Jurisprudence and
the Method of the Civilians
Adam Smith in the Courts of the
United States
Adam Smith at the Constitutional
Convention
Recodifying Emancipation: A Pr6cis of the
2009 Revision of Louisiana Emancipation
Law
Reaching the Top of the Docket: Louisiana's
Preference System
COMVIENTS
Admissibility Tolerance: Limited Latitude
for Summary Judgment Material Under
Rule 56
The Cost of Crazy: How Therapeutic
Jurisprudence and Mental Health Courts
Lower Incarceration Costs, Reduce
Recidivism, and Improve Public Safety
CASENOTE
Clinical Book-Cooking: United States v.
Palazzo and the Dilemma of Attaching
Criminal Liability to Experimental Drug
Investigators for Faulty Record-Keeping

Ernest Metzger
Robin Paul Malloy
lain McLean &
Scot M. Peterson

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Dane S. Ciolino & 135
Monica Hof Wallace
Gail S. Stephenson 155

Justin J. Boron 221
John E. Cummings 279

Megan S. Peterson 311

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