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

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Submissions from 2022

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The Medium is the Message: A Summer Book Club on Abolition, Sarah J. Schendel

Submissions from 2021

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Life Admin When Life Turns Upside Down: A Book Review (Of Sorts), Sarah J. Schendel and Dyane O'Leary

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Discrimination Under a Description, Patrick S. Shin

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Partisan Gerrymander Claims, the Political Question Doctrine and Judicial Prudence?, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Submissions from 2020

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Listen! Amplifying the Experiences of Black Law School Graduates in 2020, Sarah J. Schendel

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The Pandemic Syllabus, Sarah J. Schendel

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What You Don't Know (Can Hurt You): Using Exam Wrappers to Foster Self-Assessment Skills in Law Students, Sarah J. Schendel

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Ford's Hidden Fairness Defect, Linda Sandstrom Simard, Cassandra Burke Robertson, and Charles "Rocky" Rhodes

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Ford's Jurisdictional Crossroads, Linda Sandstrom Simard, Cassandra Burke Robertson, and Charles "Rocky" Rhodes

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Under Pressure: How Incorporating Time-Pressured Performance Tests Prepares Students for the Bar Exam and Practice, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 2018

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How Academic Support Professionals Can Better Support LGBTQ Law Students – and Why We Should, Sarah J. Schendel

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Sex and Gender Segregation in Competitive Sport: Internal and External Normative Perspectives, Patrick S. Shin

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Seeking Proportional Discovery: The Beginning of the End of Procedural Uniformity in Civil Rules, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Submissions from 2017

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Some Thoughts on the Relevance of Customer Behavior to Discrimination Law: Who Counts as A ‘Customer’?, Patrick S. Shin

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Closing the Legal Aid Gap One Research Question at a Time, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

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Writing Lockdowns: A Path to Mindful Writing, Kathleen Elliott Vinson and Samantha A. Moppett

Submissions from 2016

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Treatment as an Individual and the Priority of Persons over Groups in Antidiscrimination Law, Patrick S. Shin

Submissions from 2015

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"Fair, Reasonable and Adequate" According to Who? Cy Pres Distributions that Result in Cheap Settlements and Generous Attorney Fees, But No Financial Benefit to Class Members, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Submissions from 2014

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Cultivating Inclusion, Patrick S. Shin and Mitu Gulati

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What’s Your Problem?, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 2013

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A View from Within the Fortune 500: An Empirical Study of Negative Value Class Actions and Deterrence, Linda Sandstrom Simard

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Hovering Too Close: The Ramifications of Helicopter Parenting in Higher Education, Kathleen Elliott Vinson

Submissions from 2012

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Transnational Class Actions and the Risk of Relitigation, Transnational Litigation and Procedure Symposium, Southwestern University Law School, Linda Sandstrom Simard

Submissions from 2011

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Fees, Incentives, and Deterrence: A Reply to Professor Fitzpatrick, Linda Sandstrom Simard

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Foreign Citizens in Transnational Class Actions, Linda Sandstrom Simard and Jay Tidmarsh