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November 23, 2011

Oregon Law Review published

The first issue of the 2011-12 Oregon Law Review has been published. This issue features eight articles and can be found online on the OLR website. The also are posted on the University of Oregon’s searchable database, Scholar’s Bank. Below are the listed authors and articles featured in the issue.

Articles

Cybertrash
Max Stul Oppenheimer

Disparate Impact’s Impact: The Gender Violence Lens
Julie Goldscheid

Federal Judicial Disqualification: A Behavioral and Quantitative Analysis
Sande L. Buhai

Cultural Understandings of Risk and the Tyranny of the Experts
Molly J. Walker Wilson

An “Outside Limit” for Refund Suits: The Case Against the Tax Exception to the Six-Year Bar on Claims Against the Government
Adam R.F. Gustafson

Let’s Get Serious: Spousal Abuse Should Bar Inheritance
Carla Spivack

Comment
Cyberstalking and Free Speech: Rethinking the Rangel Standard in the Age of the Internet
Nisha Ajmani

Note
Muddying the Waters of Clean Water Act Permitting: NEDC Reconsidered
Nadia H. Dahab

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