Stanford Law Review
By Stanford Law School
- Release Date - Published: 2011-05-05
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: Stanford Law School
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Stanford Law Review's new April issue features scholarly articles by Natalie Ram (on DNA testing for forensic family IDs as in criminal cases), Stephen Gillers (on the ethics of lawyers holding hard evidence like guns and audiotapes), Omri Ben-Shahar (on fixing unfair contracts), as well as extensive student work on the history of religious freedom in 1800's in the USA and also the role of amicus briefs in the Supreme Court.
Proper ebook formatting includes active links and footnotes, proper scaling of tables and maps, and nested and linked Contents even of individual articles.
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