6 Nev. L.J. [i] (2005-2006)

handle is hein.journals/nevlj6 and id is 1 raw text is: NEVADA LAW JOURNAL
Volume 6                        Fall 2005                     Number 1
ADDRESS
Judicial Predilections
The Honorable John Paul Stevens ..........................   1
ARTICLES
Bankruptcy Filing Rates after a Major Hurricane
Robert  M . Law less ........................................  7
Relinquish Control! Why the IRS Should Change Its Stance on
Exempt Organizations in Ancillary Joint Ventures
N icholas  A . M irkay  .......................................  21
Treating Tribes Differently: Civil Jurisdiction Inside and Outside
Indian Country
M ax  M inzner  .............................................  89
Disabilities to Exceptional Abilities: Law Students with Disabilities,
Nontraditional Learners, and the Law Teacher as a Learner
Jennifer  Jolly-Ryan  .......................................  116
Justice Miriam Shearing: Nevada's Trailblazing Minimalist
M ary  Berkheiser  ..........................................  156
BOOK REVIEW
The Limits of Utilitarianism
R eza  D ibadj  ..............................................  201
NOTES
The Best Little Whorehouse is Not in Texas: How Nevada's
Prostitution Laws Serve Public Policy, and How Those Laws
May Be Improved
D aria  Snadow sky  .........................................  217
When a Victim's a Victim: Making Reference to Victims
and Sex-Crime Prosecution
Scott  A . M cDonald  .......................................  248
Kelo v. New London: An Opportunity Lost to Rehabilitate the
Takings Clause
Christian  M . Orm e  ........................................  272

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