32 N.C. Cent. L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/ncclj32 and id is 1 raw text is: North Carolina Central Law Review

VOLUME 32               2009               NUMBER 1
CONTENTS                  PAGE
ARTICLES
WHEN THE DUTY TO PROVIDE A REASONABLE
AcCOMMODATION SEEMS UNREASONABLE:
ACCOMMODATING AND MANAGING EMPLOYEES
WITH EPISODIC IMPAIRMENTS OR IMPAIRMENTS
IN REMISSION UNDER THE ADA
AMENDMENTS ACT OF 2008 ................... Gina M. Cook  1
THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF THE EXERCISE
OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION BY THE
CHEROKEE SUPREME COURT: 1823-1835 . J. Matthew Martin  27
FOREWORD: WHAT NORTH CAROLINA CAN
LEARN FROM THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN
VOTERS OF INDIANA, INC. v.
ROKITA DECISION .................. J. Christopher Heagarty  65
IS INDIANA'S VOTER ID LAW A
BRIDGE TO NOWHERE? ............... Matthew D. Neumann  68
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES Do NOT ALWAYS
EQUATE TO EQUAL REPRESENTATION:
How BARTLETT V. STRICKLAND IS A
REGRESSION IN THE FACE OF THE
ONGOING CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT .... Brandon Roseman 102
STATE V. BOWDEN:
INTERPRETING THE FAIR SENTENCING ACT
FOREWORD .................................. DeAnna  Coleman  113
THE FAIR SENTENCING ACT: EXPLORING
SOLUTIONS TO UNINTENDED
INTERPRETATIONS OF LAW ..................... Jessica Floyd  115

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