Browsing Oregon Law Review : Vol.101, No.1 (2022) by Issue Date


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  • Davis, Tessa R. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2023-01-18)
    This Article considers how tax is poised to respond to CRISPR [Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats] and similar emerging medical technologies with both therapeutic and so called enhancement applications. ...
  • Blumm, Michael C.; Illowsky, Dara (University of Oregon School of Law, 2023-01-18)
    The Klamath River, draining some twelve thousand square miles in southern Oregon and northern California, was once the third largest salmon stream on the West Coast, the life force of Native Americans. The river runs 263 ...
  • Eckart, Adam M. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2023-01-18)
    This Article argues that there is pervasive litigation bias in law schools, and that such bias negatively affects the work of lawyers, including how lawyers are regulated, how lawyers practice law, and how lawyers serve ...
  • Kim, Janine Young (University of Oregon School of Law, 2023-01-18)
    Perhaps the greatest puzzle of the Fourth Amendment—and indeed in all American law more broadly—is its definition of reasonableness. The Fourth Amendment guarantees our right to be secure “against unreasonable searches and ...
  • Hailer, Madeline (University of Oregon School of Law, 2023-01-18)
    The Oregon State Legislature should prioritize restructuring civil legal aid funding. In its current state, the system for delivering legal aid services to qualifying low-income Oregonians is vastly underfunded and dependent ...

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