Washington Law Review, Issue 86:4 (December 2011)

Volume 86  |  December 2011  |  Issue 4

Tribute:

IN MEMORIAM: PROFESSOR PAUL STEVEN MILLER

Kellye Y. Testy, Clark B. Lombardi, Chai R. Feldblum, Joseph M. Sellers, Michael E. Waterstone & Michael Ashley Stein

 

Articles:

BLINDSIGHT: HOW WE SEE DISABILITIES IN TORT LITIGATION

Anne Bloom with Paul Steven Miller

 

FORECLOSING MODIFICATIONS: HOW SERVICER INCENTIVES DISCOURAGE LOAN MODIFICATIONS

Diane E. Thompson

 

Comments:

FALSE VALOR: AMENDING THE STOLEN VALOR ACT TO CONFORM WITH THE FIRST AMENDMENT’S FRAUDULENT SPEECH EXCEPTION

Jeffery C. Barnum

 

A “NARROW EXCEPTION” RUN AMOK: HOW COURTS HAVE MISCONSTRUED EMPLOYEE-RIGHTS LAWS’ EXCLUSION OF “POLICYMAKING” APPOINTEES, AND A PROPOSED FRAMEWORK FOR GETTING BACK ON TRACK

Angela Galloway

 

AEDPA’S RATCHET: INVOKING THE MIRANDA RIGHT TO COUNSEL AFTER THE ANTITERRORISM AND EFFECTIVE DEATH PENALTY ACT

David Rubenstein

 

BANISHING HABEAS JURISDICTION: WHY FEDERAL COURTS LACK JURISDICTION TO HEAR TRIBAL BANISHMENT ACTIONS

Mary Swift

 

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