90 N.C. L. Rev. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/nclr90 and id is 1 raw text is: North Carolina Law Review
VOLUME 90        DECEMBER 2011        NUMBER 1

CONTENTS
ARTICLES
IN DEFENSE OF THE MINISTERIAL
EXCEPTION ................................................... Christopher C. Lund

No EXIT: THE PROBLEM OF SAME-SEX

DIVORCE  ................................................. Elisabeth  Oppenheimer  73
FAIR USE AS A COLLECTIVE USER RIGHT .................. Haochen Sun 125
COMMENTS
ANTITRUST REVIEW OF ACCOUNTABLE
CARE ORGANIZATIONS: AN
ASSESSMENT OF FTC AND DOJ'S
RELAXED APPROACH TO REGULATING
PHYSICIAN-HOSPITAL NETWORKS ............... AndrewA. Kasper 203
ANOTHER COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE: A
BALANCED PRIVATE-PUBLIC
SOLUTION TO NORTH CAROLINA'S
FORENSIC SCIENCE PROBLEM .................................. Kavita Pillai  253
RECENT DEVELOPMENT
LONG-TERM SUSPENSIONS AND THE RIGHT
TO AN EDUCATION: AN ALTERNATIVE
APPROACH  ................................................ M aryKenyon  Sullivan  293

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