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

handle is hein.journals/nclr88 and id is 1 raw text is: North Carolina Law Review
VOLUME 88        DECEMBER 2009       NUMBER 1

CONTENTS
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS-
M AY  10, 2009 ....................................................... M ichael B. M ukasey  1
ARTICLES
THE TRUTH ABOUT PHYSICIAN PARTICIPATION IN
LETHAL INJECTION EXECUTIONS .................................. Ty Alper  11
PRESIDENTIAL CONTROL OF THE ELITE
NON-AGENCY. .......................................... Kimberly N. Brown  71
REQUIRING A JURY VOTE OF CENSURE
TO  CONVICT  .................................................. Richard  E. Myers II  137
ESSAY
SERENDIPITY  ............................................................. Sean  B. Seym ore  185
COMMENTS
DUSTING OFF THE AK-47: AN EXAMINATION
OF NFL PLAYERS' MOST POWERFUL
WEAPON IN AN ANTITRUST LAWSUIT
AGAINST THE NFL ........................................... Sean  W.L. Alford  212
THE DATA GAME: LEARNING TO LOVE THE
STATE-BASED APPROACH TO DATA
BREACH NOTIFICATION LAW ............................ Sara A. Needles  267
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
To FORM A MORE PERFECT UNION: TAXATION,
ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY, AND THE DORMANT
COMMERCE CLAUSE IN DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE V. DAVIS ...................................... Casey J. Jennings  311
DAMAGES UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT:
IS EMOTIONAL HARM ACTUAL? ............... Nicole M. Quallen  334

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