Washington Law Review: Volume 89, Issue 2 (June 2014)

 

Volume 89  | Issue 2

WLR June 13

 Articles:

“All His Sexless Patients”: Persons with Mental Disabilities and the Competence to Have Sex

Michael L. Perlin & Alison J. Lynch

Much Ado About Something: The First Amendment and Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods

Stephen Tan & Brian Epley

Enlightened Regulatory Capture

David Thaw

The Constitutional Structure of Voting Rights Enforcement

Franita Tolson

Gully and the Failure to Stake a 28 U.S.C. § 1331 “Claim”

Lumen N. Mulligan

The Claim-Centered Approach to Arising-Under Jurisdiction: A Brief Rejoinder to Professor Mulligan

Simona Grossi

 

Comments:

Arriving at Clearly Established: The Taser Problem and Reforming Qualified Immunity Analysis in the Ninth Circuit

Kate Seabright

Not-So-Harmless Error: A Higher Standard for Mitigation Errors on Capital Habeas Review

Ryan C. Thomas

“Without Good Cause”: The Case for a Standard-Based Approach to Determining Worker Qualification for Unemployment Benefits

Emily Toler

Loss-of-Chance Doctrine in Washington: From Herskovits to Mohr and the Need for Clarification

Matthew Wurdeman

 

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