2010 U. Ill. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

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L       A       W           R       E       V        I      E       W
Volume 2010                                                   Number 1
ARTICLES
Arbitration: The New Litigation.......... Thomas J. Stipanowich    1
Investment Indiscipline: A Behavioral Approach
to Mutual Fund Jurisprudence ................. William A. Birdthistle  61
The NCAA, Tax Exemption, and College
Athletics .......................................... John  D. Colombo  109
Preliminary Judgments ............................ Geoffrey P. Miller  165
BOOK REVIEW ESSAY
Not a Moral Issue: Same-Sex Marriage and
Religious Liberty  ................................. Shannon  Gilreath  205
NOTES
Growth, Interrupted: Nontherapeutic Growth Attenuation,
Parental Medical Decision Making, and the Profoundly
Developmentally Disabled Child's Right to Bodily
Integrity  .................................................  M ary  Koll  225
A Constitutional Door Ajar: Applying the Ex parte Young
Doctrine to Declaratory Judgment Actions Seeking State
Patent Invalidity  .................................... James L. Lovsin  265
Don't Just Check Yes or No: The Need for
Broader Consideration of Outside Investment
in  the  Law  ........................................ Heather A. M iller  311

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