43 Wake Forest L. Rev. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/wflr43 and id is 1 raw text is: WAKE FOREST
LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 43                   2008                 NUMBER 1
Copyright  2008 by the Wake Forest Law Review Association, Inc.
ARTICLES & ESSAYS
GONZALES V. CARHART AND THE COURT'S
WOMEN'S REGRET RATIONALE ..................................... Ronald Turner  1
TIME WELL SPENT: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME LEGISLATION .................. Steve P. Calandrillo  45
................................................................................... D ustin  E . B uehler
ARE EVEN TORTURERS IMMUNE FROM SUIT? How
ATTORNEY GENERAL OPINIONS SHIELD
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES FROM CIVIL
LITIGATION AND CRIMINAL PROSECUTION .................... Daniel L. Pines  93
TRANSFORMING TEENAGERS INTO ORAL SEX
FELONS: THE PERSISTENCE OF THE CRIME
AGAINST NATURE AFTER LAWRENCE V. TEXAS ..... Michael Kent Curtis 155
................................................................................... S hannon  G ilreath
WHEN INFORMAL ADOPTION MEETS INTESTATE
SUCCESSION: THE CULTURAL MYOPIA OF THE
EQUITABLE ADOPTION
DOCTRINE  ................................................................. M ichael J. H igdon  223
WE ARE ALL ENTREPRENEURS Now .............................. David E. Pozen 283
EMPIRICAL STUDY
PIERCING THE MIST: BRINGING THE THOMPSON
STUDY  INTO  THE  1990S ...................................................... Lee C. Hodge  341
....................................................................................A ndrew  B . S achs

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