30 UALR L. Rev. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/ualr30 and id is 1 raw text is: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK
LAW REVIEW
Volume 30        Fall 2007        Number 1

ARTICLES
Invisible Actors: Genetic Testing and Genetic Discrimination in the
Workplace
S usannah  C arr  ...................................................................................   1
Religious Liberty That Almost Wasn't: On the Origin of the
Establishment Clause of the First Amendment
G regory  C . D ow ns  .............................................................................  19
Why Arkansas Should Adopt the Revised Uniform Limited Liability
Company Act
C arol R . G oforth  ..............................................................................   31
Certifying Questions to the Arkansas Supreme Court: A Practical
Means for Federal Courts in Clarifying Arkansas State Law
C oby  W . Logan  .................................................................................   85
NOTES
Constitutional Law-Equal Protection & Due Process-Is the
Arkansas Supreme Court Abandoning Judicial Federalism?
A lexander  Justiss  ............................................................................... 105
Constitutional Law-Campaign Finance Law & the First Amendment-
Can You See the Light?: Illuminating Precedent and Creating a New Tier
of Judicial Scrutiny for Campaign Finance Laws. Randall v. Sorrell,
126 S. Ct. 2479 (2006).
C hristopher  A . M cN ulty  ...................................................................... 149
Constitutional & Property Law-Fourteenth Amendment Due Process
Clause & Notice to Be Heard-It Felt So Right but Was All So Wrong:
United States Supreme Court Rules Arkansas's Tax-Foreclosure Notice
Procedure Fails to Satisfy Due Process Clause When Certified Mail Notice
Returns Unclaimed. Jones v. Flowers, 126 S. Ct. 1708 (2006).
Jenny  W ilkes  Robertson  .................................................................... 179

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