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Are Justices Ginsburg and Scalia Disabling the Enabling Act, or is Shady Grove Just Another Bad Opera?, Robert J. Condlin
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

 

Summer Fellowship Opportunity Sponsored by the Program on Church, State & Society, Church and State Society and Notre Dame Law School
Notre Dame Law School

 

Clynes Chair Lecture: Judge Michael J. Gableman, Notre Dame Law School
Notre Dame Law School

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Evil Angel Eulogy: Reflections on the Passing of the Obscenity Defense in Copyright, James R. Alexander
University of Georgia School of Law

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Table of Contents, Vol 20:2, Journal of Intellectual Property Law
University of Georgia School of Law

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The American Invents Act and the Best Mode Requirement: Where Do We Go From Here?, Andrew Thomas Robinson
University of Georgia School of Law

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I Cann't Believe It's Not Better: Why New gTLDs aer Bad for Brand Owners and Trademark Law, Alexandra Morgan Joseph
University of Georgia School of Law

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Complete Preemption and Copyright: Toward a Successive Analysis, Mark Lindsay
University of Georgia School of Law

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Copy Game for High Score: The First Video Game Lawsuit, William K. Ford
University of Georgia School of Law

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Table of Contents, Vol. 20:1, Journal of Intellectual Property Law
University of Georgia School of Law

 

Reza Aslan: Islam & ISIS, College of Arts and Letters, ISLA Henkels Small Lecture Grant, Learning Beyond the Classroom Grant, Center for Social Concerns, Center for the Study of Religion and Society, Glynn Family Honors Program, College of Engineering, First Year of Studies, Center for Civil and Human Rights, Hesburgh Libraries, Classics Deparment, Kellogg Institute for Political Science Department, Potenziani Program in Constitutional Studies, Medieval Institute, History Department, Anthropology Department, Poverty Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, and Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development
Notre Dame Law School

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Recovering the LaFleur Doctrine, Deborah Dinner
Yale Law School

 

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