Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

Volume 38, Number 2

SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 38

NUMBER 2

FALL 2008


Contents

 

ARTICLES

221

The Seven Virtues of Appellate Brief Writing: An Update from the Bench (PDF)
Harry Pregerson & Suzianne D. Painter-Thorne

235

Religion as Speech: The Growing Role of Free Speech Jurisprudence in Protecting Religious Liberty (PDF)
Mark W. Cordes

287

Ending the Mathews v. Eldridge Balancing Test: Time for a New Due Process Test (PDF)
Christopher J. Schmidt

 

NOTES

307

"No More Drama": In Davis v. Blige, the Second Circuit Invalidates Retroactive Transfers, But What About Other Unilateral Acts By a Copyright Co-Owner? (PDF)
Hunter Rodriguez

 

COMMENTS

333

The Unjustified Presumption of Reliance for Newly Issued Securities: Why the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 Rang the Death Knell for the Fraud-Created-the-Market Theory (PDF)
John M. Hynes

357

We Shall Overcome . . . If the Courts Allow Us: The United States Supreme Court's Decisions Regarding Mitigating Measures, and its Connection to the Circuit Split on Whether Life Accomplishments Should be Considered in Determining Disability Under the ADA (PDF)
Hakop Keshishyan

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