28 Miss. C. L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/miscollr28 and id is 1 raw text is: MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 28                     2008-2009                     ISSUE 1
ARTICLES
THE COSTS OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT: HOME SEARCHES AND
TAKINGS LAW
Arianna Kennedy Kelly............................................  1
COMPETITION POLICY AND ITS CONVERGENCE AS KEY DRIVERS OF
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Alden F. Abbott. ................................................. 37
ARBITRATION OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CLAIMS: PATIENT'S
DILEMMA AND DOCTOR'S DELIGHT?
Stanley  A. Leasure  &  Kent P. Ragan  .....................................  51
WHAT IS REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION UNDER THE ADA?:
NOT AN EASY ANSWER; RATHER A PLETHORA OF QUESTIONS
John E. Matejkovic & Margaret E. Matejkovic  .......................... 67
AMERICAN GIRL PLACE AND ACTORS' EQUITY ASSOCIATION: A TALE
OF TENACIOUS THESPIANS AND How THEIR LEGITIMATE RIGHT TO
JOIN THE UNION RECEIVED RELUCTANT, BUT JUST, RECOGNITION
Taylor Simpson-Wood      ............................................. 97
COMMON LAW CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE OATH OF GOVERNANCE:
''AN HIEROGLYPHIC OF THE LAWS
M.R.L.L. Kelly .................................................. 121
COMMENT
CHECKMATE: How SEXUAL PREDATORS IN (YOUR) SPACE HAVE
STRATEGICALLY EMPLOYED EXISTING CYBER-LAWS TO OUTFLANK
THEIR PREY
John  N isbett..............................................................  181
NOTE
LEONARD V. NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.: WHY THE HIGH
WATER MARK IN THE TORT-CONTRACT DEBATE MAY CAUSE THE
NEXT WAVE OF INSURANCE LITIGATION TO INUNDATE THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS WITH THEIR TORT CLAIMS
Jeffrey E. McDonald  ............................................. 203

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