60 U. Kan. L. Rev. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/ukalr60 and id is 1 raw text is: The University of
Kansas Law Review

Volume 60                     October 2011                       Number 1
Downstream     Copyright Infringers......... Yvette Joy Liebesman            1
Returning to First Principles of Privilege
Law: Focusing on the Facts in Internal
Corporate Investigations ..............          Christopher T. Hines       33
Keeping Pace with the Times: Exploring the
Meaning of Limited Partner for Purposes
of the Internal Revenue Code .......... Kristin Balding Gutting             89
Don't Daze, Phase, or Lase Me, Bro!
Fourth Amendment Excessive-Force
Claims, Future Nonlethal Weapons, and
Why Requiring an Injury Cannot
Withstand a Constitutional
or Practical Challenge ..............         Douglas B. McKechnie         139
RLUIPA's Equal-Terms Provision's Troubling
Definition of Equal: Why the Equal-Terms
Provision Must Be Interpreted Narrowly ..........Sean Foley                193
On the cover: James Woods Uncle Jimmy Green, first dean of the University of Kansas School of
Law, is immortalized in this Daniel Chester French sculpture on the KU campus. Students and
alumni formed the Jimmy Green Memorial Association to honor the beloved Green after his death in
1919. French is perhaps best known for creating the seated figure of Abraham Lincoln in the
Lincoln Memorial. He initially refused the request to sculpt Green, but reconsidered after visiting
campus and declaring he had never seen such love for a man-unless it be in the case of Abraham
Lincoln. The $40,000 bronze memorial was unveiled during commencement in 1924.

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