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Articles from Loyola Law Review (December 22, 2013)

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Agency for International Development v. Alliance for Open Society International, Inc.: balancing Congress's spending power against First Amendment liberties. McBride, Annie G. 12583
An unnecessary narrowing, New Orleans Depot Services, Inc. v. Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs: the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals' contraction of the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act's geographic situs requirement. Benach, Carlos A. 13816
Killing them softly: neuroscience reveals how brain cells die from law school stress and how neural self-hacking can optimize cognitive performance. Austin, Debra S. 7721
Killing them softly: neuroscience reveals how brain cells die from law school stress and how neural self-hacking can optimize cognitive performance. Austin, Debra S. 16606
Loyola Law Review presents: the neutral ground--contrasting analyses of the application of the longshore and harbor workers' compensation act. 177
Muddy waters - clarifying maritime coverage under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act. Pitre, Claire R. 12395
NSA surveillance since 9/11 and the human right to privacy. Sinha, G. Alex 9200
NSA surveillance since 9/11 and the human right to privacy. Sinha, G. Alex 25620
Reconsidering recusals: the need for requirements for when not to recuse. Lowe, Mason E. 13220

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