Research Paper Series 2011
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Editors: Profs. Mark Kende and Peter K. Yu
 
The Drake University Law School Legal Studies Research Paper Series features legal scholarship in all subject areas from faculty members, visiting scholars, affiliates and students of Drake University Law School. Founded in 1865, the Law School is one of the 25 oldest law schools in the United States. It aims to provide an exceptional learning environment that integrates legal theory and the development of professional skills; promotes critical thinking and effective problem solving; examines international perspectives; and instills the ideals of ethics and professionalism. The Law School is also the home of nationally-renowned centers in agricultural law, children's rights, constitutional law, intellectual property law and legislative practice.

2011
 
11-01
The U.S. Supreme Court, the War on Terror, and the Need for Thick Constitutional Review
Mark Kende

11-02
New Day at the Pool: State Preemption, Common Pool Resources, and Non-Place Based Municipal Collaborations
Jonathan D. Rosenbloom

11-03
An Ethical Rabbit Hole: Model Rule 4.4, Intentional Interference with Former Employee Non-Disclosure Agreements and the Threat of Disqualification, Part I & Part II
Maura I. Strassberg

11-04
Intellectual Property and Human Rights in the Nonmultilateral Era
Peter K. Yu

11-05
Son of the Trust Code--The Iowa Trust Code after Ten Years
Martin D. Begleiter

11-06
Science Court: Past Proposals, Current Considerations, and a Suggested Structure
Andrew W. Jurs

11-07
The L3C Illusion: Why Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies Will Not Stimulate Socially Optimal Private Foundation Investment in Entrepreneurial Ventures
J. William Callison (Faegre & Benson) & Allan Vestal

11-08
Sinic Trade Agreements
Peter K. Yu

11-09
Protection for the Powerless: Political Economy History Lessons for the Animal Welfare Movement
Jerry L. Anderson

11-10
What, Me Worry? Tort Liability Risks for Participants in LLCs
Matthew G. Dore

11-11
Forfeiture of the Confrontation Right in Giles: Justice Scalia’s Faint-Hearted Fidelity to the Common Law
Ellen L. Yee

11-12
Six Secret (and Now Open) Fears of ACTA
Peter K. Yu

11-13
Balancing Legal Process with Scientific Expertise: A Comparative Assessment of Expert Witness Methodology in Five Nations, and Suggestions for Reform of Post-Daubert U.S. Reliability Determinations
Andrew W. Jurs

11-14
Farming an Uncertain Climate Future: What Cop 15 Means for Agriculture
Neil D. Hamilton

11-15
Now We’re Cooking!: Adding Practical Application to the Recipe for Teaching Sustainability
Jonathan D. Rosenbloom

11-16
The TRIPS Enforcement Dispute
Peter K. Yu

11-17
Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds, South Africa and the United States: Introduction Chapter
Mark Kende

11-18
What's Messing with Texas Death Sentences?
David McCord

11-19
The Graduated Response
Peter K. Yu

11-20
The Political Economy of Data Protection
Peter K. Yu

11-21
Farms, Food, and the Future: Legal Issues and Fifteen Years of the ‘New Agriculture’
Neil D. Hamilton

11-22
Government Entrepreneurs: Incentivizing Sustainable Businesses as Part of Local Economic Development Strategies
Jonathan D. Rosenbloom

11-23
Digital Copyright and Confuzzling Rhetoric
Peter K. Yu

11-24
Digital Copyright Reform and Legal Transplants in Hong Kong
Peter K. Yu

11-25
Teaching Comparative Perspectives in the Domestic Constitutional Law Class: A Step by Step Primer
Mark Kende

11-26
HeinOnline and Law Review Citation Patterns
Karen L. Wallace & M. Sara Lowe

11-27
Enforcement, Economics and Estimates
Peter K. Yu

11-28
Moral Rights 2.0
Peter K. Yu

11-29
Moving Toward Food Democracy: Better Food, New Farmers, and the Myth of Feeding the World
Neil D. Hamilton

11-30
Free Exercise of Religion: A Pragmatic and Comparative Assessment
Mark Kende

11-31
TRIPS and Its Achilles' Heel
Peter K. Yu

11-32
TRIPS Enforcement and Developing Countries
Peter K. Yu

 
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