12 Nev. L.J. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/nevlj12 and id is 1 raw text is: NEVADA LAW JOURNAL
Volume 12                     Fall 2011                    Number 1
ARTICLES
Younger Abstention and Its Aftermath: An Empirical Perspective
Joshua G. Urquhart....................................1
Cross Purposes & Unintended Consequences: Karl Llewellyn,
Article 2, and the Limits of Social Transformation
Danielle Kie Hart....................................54
Getting Faith out of the Gutters: Resolving the Debate over Political
Campaign Participation by Religious Organizations Through Fiscal
Subsidiarity
W . Edward  Afield  ........................................  83
Willfulness, Good Faith, and the Fair Labor Standards Act
Emily Nolan Litzinger   ................................112
Injecting Law Student Drama into the Classroom: Transforming an
E-Discovery Class (or Any Law School Class) with a Complex,
Student-Generated Simulation
Paula Schaefer..    .....................................130
The Method and the Message
Corie Rosen       .......................................160
NOTES
Unpredictable and Inconsistent: Nevada's Expert Witness Standard
After Higgs v. State
Ryan A. Henry       .....................................187
Tangible Intangibles and Other Mysteries: A Critique of the D.C.
Circuit's Expansion of Work Product Doctrine in United States v.
Deloitte LLP
Brian L. Blaylock.   ...................................211
Shielding Hippocrates: Nevada's Expanded Pleading Standard for
Medical Malpractice Actions and the Need for Legislative Reform
Justin Shiroff.    ......................................231

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