14 Nev. L.J. [i] (2013-2014)

handle is hein.journals/nevlj14 and id is 1 raw text is: NEVADA LAW JOURNAL
Volume 14                    Fall 2013                   Number 1
ARTICLES
Au Revoir, Will Contests: Comparative Lessons for Preventing Will
Contests
Margaret Ryznar & Angelique Devaux ..................... 1
Canines (and Cats!) in Correctional Institutions: Legal and Ethical
Issues Relating to Companion Animal Programs
Rebecca J. Huss    ..................................... 25
Constitutional Constraints on Retroactive Civil Legislation: The
Hollow Promises of the Federal Constitution and Unrealized
Potential of State Constitutions
Jeffrey Omar Usman ................................. 63
Defining American: The DREAM Act, Immigration Reform and
Citizenship
Elizabeth Keyes  ..................................... 101
A Timely Proposal to Eliminate the Student Loan Interest Deduction
Victoria J. Haneman    ................................. 156
The Unpaid Internship: A Stepping Stone to a Successful Career or
the Stumbling Block of an Illegal Enterprise? Finding the Right
Balance Between Worker Autonomy and Worker Protection
Jessica A. Magaldi and Olha Kolisnyk ...................  184
NOTES
Limiting Innovation through Willful Blindness
Timothy Wiseman      ................................... 210
Testifying Minors: Pre-Trial Strategies to Reduce Anxiety in Child
Witnesses
Dawn Hathaway Thoman ..     ........................... 236
Wanted: Forever Home - Achieving Permanent Outcomes for
Nevada's Foster Children
Miriam C. Meyer-Thompson ...   ........................ 268

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