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Articles from Loyola Law Review (December 22, 2011)

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An African doctrine of equity in South African public law. Bennett, T.W. Conference news 7635
Creating a level playing field: the case for bringing workers' compensation for professional athletes into a single federal system by extending the Longshore Act. Roquemore, Bobbi N. 6425
Creating a level playing field: the case for bringing workers' compensation for professional athletes into a single federal system by extending the Longshore Act. Roquemore, Bobbi N. 21118
Fixing compensation pursuant to a contingent fee contract following a premature termination of the attorney-client relationship. Fox, Jonathan J. 14869
How many grumblings does it take to get to a protected complaint? The world may never know: a critical look at Kasten v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp. Harreld, Lindsey 10175
Liability of the state and public authorities in Israel and South Africa. Loubser, Max; Gidron, Tamar 8412
Liability of the state and public authorities in Israel and South Africa. Loubser, Max; Gidron, Tamar 13645
Precedent in Argentine law. Legarre, Santiago 4424
Symposium introduction: methodology and innovation in mixed legal systems, papers from the Third Congress of the world society of mixed jurisdiction jurists. Lovett, John A. 1794
The gradual, constitutional destruction of intentional infliction of emotional distress, and why the Supreme Court made the right call in Snyder v. Phelps. Segrist, Peter J. 11661

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