10 Nev. L.J. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/nevlj10 and id is 1 raw text is: NEVADA LAW JOURNAL
Volume 10                  Winter 2009                   Number 1
ARTICLES
Exposing the Contradiction: An Originalist's Approach to
Understanding Why Substantive Due Process Is a Constitutional
Misinterpretation
Jason A. Crook   ...................................1
Marketing Mothers' Milk: The Commodification of Breastfeeding
and the New Markets for Breast Milk and Infant Formula@
Linda C. Fentiman       ................................ 29
Essay: Inside Guantanamo
Peter Jan Honigsberg................................ 82
The Politics of Supplementing Failure Under No Child Left Behind:
How Both Left and Right Are Forcing Low-Income Children to
Choose Between a Deficient Education and Working Overtime
Monica Teixeira de Sousa ...   ........................ 118
Herring v. United States: Mapp's Artless Overruling?
Michael Vitiello       ................................. 164
BOOK REVIEW
True Tales of Trying Times: Legal Fables For Today
Erik M. Jensen   .................................. 181
NOTES
You Drank My Milkshake! Accusations of Water Rights Takings in
Estate of Hage v. United States
Holly E. Cheong   ................................. 185
Reduced Discretion in Corporate Governance as Applied to the
Pharmaceutical Industry in Nevada
Timothy Koval         .................................. 209
When the Governor Legislates: Post-Enactment Budget Changes
and the Separation of Powers in Nevada
Joanna M. Myers         ................................ 229
Covenants Not to Compete in Nevada: A Proposal
Elham Roohani         .................................. 260

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