On The Cusp-UNT Dallas Law Review

Spring 2021 

Articles

Covid-19, Civil Liberties, & Jacobson: The Case Against Pandemic-Law

Covid-19, Civil Liberties, & Jacobson: The Case Against Pandemic-Law

By: Ian M. Swenson

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Asking No Favors, But Insisting On Justice

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Asking No Favors, But Insisting On Justice

By: Prof. Loren Jacobson

The Illusory Precedent Of McGrain v. Daugherty

The Illusory Precedent Of McGrain v. Daugherty

By: Daniel Epstein

The Texas Citizens Participation Act Enters A New Era

The Texas Citizens Participation Act Enters A New Era

By: John P. Atkins and Nicole Williams

Determining Coronavirus Liability Under The Rule Of Law: Should China Be Held Liable For The Covid-19 Pandemic Under International Or State Law?

Determining Coronavirus Liability Under The Rule Of Law: Should China Be Held Liable For The Covid-19 Pandemic Under International Or State Law?

By: Channa Weiss

 

Notes

Texas Civil Service Personnel Files: Officer Privacy vs. Transparency

Texas Civil Service Personnel Files: Officer Privacy vs. Transparency

By: Aaron Huddleston

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Fall 2020 

Articles

Recycling "Justice": From LRW to CLE

Recycling "Justice": From LRW to CLE

By: Peter C. Alexander

It's All in the Details: Making Texas Local Rules Accessible, Helpful, and Sensible

It's All in the Details: Making Texas Local Rules Accessible, Helpful, and Sensible

By: Elizabeth M. Fraley


 

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