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Articles from Case Western Reserve Law Review (March 22, 2019)

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"THE STRINGS IN THE BOOKS AIN'T PULLED AND PERSUADED": HOW THE USE OF IMPROPER STATISTICS AND UNVERIFIED DATA CORRUPTS THE JUDICIAL PROCESS IN SEX OFFENDER CASES. Cucolo, Heather Ellis; Perlin, Michael L. 14294
CONTRACTS OF THE DEAD AND BOILERPLATE. Drennan, William A. 14826
HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND PROSTITUTION COURTS: PROBLEM SOLVING OR PROBLEMATIC? Kendis, Becca 14429
SPECIALIZING DISTRICT COURTS FOR PATENT LITIGATION. Connors, Elizabeth 15248
STATE COURTS IN A FEDERAL SYSTEM. Larsen, Joan L. 7036
THE CONSTITUTIONALIZATION OF FATHERHOOD. Purvis, Dara E. 24761
TWO-STEPPING THROUGH ALICE'S WASTELAND OF PATENT-ELIGIBLE SUBJECT MATTER: WHY THE SUPREME COURT SHOULD REPLACE THE MAYO/ALICE TEST. Lindhors, Rebecca 15754
WHEN STOP AND FRISK COMES HOME: POLICING PUBLIC AND PATROLLED HOUSING. Karteron, Alexis 27060

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