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Volume 78, Number 2


Sandra Day O'Connor
78 Or. L. Rev. 375


At the Foot of the Master: What Charles Dickens Got Right About What Lawyers Do Wrong
Michael K. McChrystal
78 Or. L. Rev. 385

The Sanctity of Settlements and the Significance of Court Approval: Discerning Clarity from Bankruptcy Rule 9019
Reynaldo Anaya Valencia
78 Or. L. Rev. 425

State Taxation of Non-Indians Whom Do Business With Indian Tribes: Why Several Recent Ninth Circuit Holdings Reemphasize the Need for Indian Tribes to Enter Into Taxation Compacts With Their Respective State
Richard J. Ansson, Jr.
78 Or. L. Rev. 501


Our Vulnerable Constitutional Rights: The Supreme Court's Restriction of Congress' Enforcement Powers in City of Boerne v. Flores
Caroline E. Kuerschner
78 Or. L. Rev. 551

Capping Judicial Discretion: Drawing the Line for Oregon Trial Judges in Granting Motions for Judgment Notwithstanding the Verdict or a New Trial in Civil Cases
Joel A. Parker
78 Or. L. Rev. 587

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