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Vol. 23, No. 2

The Regent Law Review’s Spring 2011 Issue (Vol. 23, No. 2) features a series on domestic human trafficking, five essays, one panel discussion, one article, and three notes. Below is a list of the pieces and their authors. To order a copy, please fill out the subscription form.

Domestic Human Trafficking Series

A Legislative Framework For Combating Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking - Linda Smith, Samantha Healy Vardaman PDF

Addressing Demand: Why And How Policymakers Should Utilize Law And Law Enforcement To Target Customers Of Commercial Sexual Exploitation - Laura J. Lederer PDF

"It's 10:00 P.M. Do You Know Where Your Children Are?" - Kathleen A. McKee PDF

Federalist Society’s National Lawyers Convention On Civil Rights: Immigration, The Arizona Statute, And E Pluribus Unum
Essays

An Introduction To The Debate On The Arizona Immigration Law - James C. Ho PDF

E Pluribus Unum Forgotten: Five Immigration Policy Mistakes Some Conservatives Make - Roger Clegg PDF

Fact Or Fiction?: Setting The Record Straight On S.B. 1070 - Kris W. Kobach PDF

S.B. 1070: The Unconstitutional And Inefficient Law That May Just Fix Immigration - Margaret D. Stock PDF

A Response To Margaret Stock - Kris W. Kobach PDF

Panel Discussion And Commentary PDF

Article

Reed V. Uaw: An Adverse Ruling On Adverse Action - Nathan J. Mcgrath PDF

Notes

The Twisted Sisters Of Probate: How The Uniform Probate Code And Supreme Court Precedent Create Incentives For Abortion - Aaron Mullen PDF

The "Search-Incident-To-Arrest [But Prior-To-Securement]" Doctrine: An Outline Of The Past, Present, And Future -
Robert G. Rose PDF

Learning from the Past: How the events That Shaped the Constitutions of the United States and Germany Play Out in the Abortion Controversy -
Lindsay K. Jonker PDF