This collection includes works of scholarship submitted by the faculty of Suffolk University Law School.

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Submissions from 2004

A Bar Against Competition: The Unconstitutionality of Admission Rules for Out-of-State Lawyers, Andrew M. Perlman aperlman@suffolk.edu

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Judging Merit, Patrick S. Shin

Submissions from 2003

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Eldred's Aftermath: Tradition, the Copyright Clause, and the Constitutionalization of Fair Use, Stephen M. McJohn

Toward a Unified Theory of Professional Regulation, Andrew M. Perlman aperlman@suffolk.edu

Submissions from 2002

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What is the Point? Teaching Ideas for Thesis Sentences, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 2001

A Career Choice Critique of Legal Ethics Theory, Andrew M. Perlman aperlman@suffolk.edu

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Exploring the Limits of Specific Personal Jurisdiction, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Submissions from 2000

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The Paradoxes of Free Software, Stephen M. McJohn

Submissions from 1999

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Interactive Class Editing, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 1998

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Fair Use and Privatization in Copyright, Stephen M. McJohn

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Review of 'Artificial Legal Intelligence', Stephen M. McJohn

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Hybrid Personal Jurisdiction: It’s Not General Jurisdiction or Specific Jurisdiction, But Is It Constitutional?, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Submissions from 1997

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Default Rules in Contract Law as Response to Status Competition in Negotiation, Stephen M. McJohn

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Fair Use of Copyrighted Software, Stephen M. McJohn

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Coordinating Civil Procedure with Legal Research and Writing: A Field Experiment, Linda Sandstrom Simard, Joseph W. Glannon, Terry J. Seligmann, and Medb M. Sichko

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New LR&W Teachers Alert! 14 Ways to Avoid Pitfalls in Your First Year of Teaching, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 1996

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Standing Alone: Do We Still Need the Political Question Doctrine?, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Standing Alone: Do We Still Need the Political Question Doctrine?, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Submissions from 1995

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The Impact of United States v. Lopez: The New Hybrid Commerce Clause, Stephen M. McJohn

Submissions from 1994

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Person or Property? On the Legal Nature of the Bankruptcy Estate, Stephen M. McJohn

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Daubert's Gatekeeper: The Role of the District Court Judge in Admitting Expert Testimony, Linda Sandstrom Simard and William G. Young

Submissions from 1993

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Assignability of Letter of Credit Proceeds: Adapting the Code to New Commercial Practices, Stephen M. McJohn

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On Uberty: Legal Reasoning by Analogy and Peirce's Theory of Abduction, Stephen M. McJohn

Submissions from 1992

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The Flip Side of Twist Cap: Letters of Credit as Executory Contracts in Bankruptcy, Stephen M. McJohn

Submissions from 1990

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Celebrating human rights : papers from the Bicentennial Symposium on Human Rights, Margaret Collins Weitz, David L. Robbins, and Valerie Epps