119 W. Va. L. Rev. [i] (2016-2017)

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   .rEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW



Volume 119                       Fall 2016                           Issue 1


                          TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                 ARTICLES

 The Execution of the Innocent in Military Tribunals:
 Problems from the Past and Solutions for the Future .................... Justin Walker  1

 Professional Speech and the First Amendment ....................... Rodney A. Smolla  67

 Peter Singer, Drowning Children, and Pro Bono .................. John M.A. DiPippa  113

 Testing for Regulatory Penalties: Insuring the
 Health of Federalism in the Age of Obamacare ..................... Steven Z. Hodaszy  145

                                                      Joshua P. Davis
 Writing Better Jury Instructions:                Shannon Wheatman
 Antitrust as an  Example ........................................................ Cristen  Stephansky  235

 Statutory Heirs Apparent?: Reclaiming Copyright in the
 Age of Author-Controlled, Author-Benefiting Transfers .......... Tonya M. Evans  297
 Land, Slaves, and Bonds: Trust and Probate         Alfred L. Brophy
 in the Pre-Civil War Shenandoah Valley ........................................ Douglas Thie  345

 Legislation's Culture .................................................... Richard  K. Neumann, Jr.  397

 Enhanced Ongoing Royalties:
 The Inequitable Equitable Remedy .............................................. Layne S. Keele  469

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