Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

Volume 42, Number 2

SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 42

NUMBER 2

SPRING 2013

Contents

Articles

291

Torts as Fouls: What Sports Taught Me About Corrective Justice, Strict Liability, and Civil Recourse in Tort Law (PDF)
Louis W. Hensler III

331

The Department of Health and Human Services vs. Attorneys - Will the Federal Courts Tame an Agency Run Amuck? (PDF)
Anne Rife

335

Seeking Integrity: Learning Integratively from Classroom Controversy (PDF)
Patti Alleva and Laura Rovner

421 Compulsory Burden Shifting in California Charity Law: When Convenience Trumps Protected Speech (PDF)
Avedis Koutoujian
 
441

Digital Domino Effect: The Erosion of First Sale Protection for Video Games and the Implications for Ownership of Copies and Phonorecords (PDF)
Mark C. Humphrey

481

Demeanor Evidence Does Not Demean Anything: How Exposure to mass media provides A Solution to the Question of Whether Demeanor Evidence Should Be Admissible As Substantive Evidence of Guilt Post-Arrest and Pre-Miranda (PDF)
Benjamin Berkley

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