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  • Diamond Justice—Teaching Baseball and the Law 

    Edmonds, Ed (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-03-30)
    Book review: BASEBALL AND THE LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS. Louis H. Schiff and Robert M. Jarvis. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2016
  • The Continued Exploitation of the College Athlete: Confessions of a Former College Athlete Turned Law Professor 

    Grenardo, David A. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-03-30)
    Should college athletes receive more compensation because of the revenues they generate for their respective universities?
  • Dialogical Transactions 

    Zemer, Lior (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-03-30)
    This Article argues that scholars and the courts were unaware of a fundamental element defining the social reality of contemporary copyright and aims to remedy this lack of awareness. It articulates an innovative approach ...
  • Shadow Judges: Staff Attorney Adjudication of Prisoner Claims 

    Macfarlane, Katherine A. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-03-30)
    This Article is the first to investigate the scope of the delegation to pro se staff and to consider corresponding separation of powers concerns. Local procedure that delegates this deciding judicial power to pro se staff ...
  • Why Vague Sentencing Guidelines Violate the Due Process Clause 

    Heilman, Kelsey McCowan (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-03-30)
    The United States Sentencing Guidelines (the Guidelines) are used to calculate sentencing ranges for roughly 75,000 defendants each year. Despite that ubiquity, the law is unsettled on a very basic question: whether the ...
  • Overturning Apodaca v. Oregon Should Be Easy: Nonunanimous Jury Verdicts in Criminal Cases Undermine the Credibility of Our Justice System 

    Kaplan, Aliza B.; Saack, Amy (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-03-30)
    In 1934, Oregon amended its Constitution to allow, “that in the circuit court ten members of the jury may render a verdict of guilty or not guilty, save and except a verdict of guilty for first degree murder, which shall ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 4 

    Föhl, Patrick S.; Wolfram, Gernot (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016)
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 3 

    Voelker-Morris, Julie L.; Voelker-Morris, Robert J., 1969- (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016)
  • Deferring to the Dead: A Uniquely American Approach to Providing for Posthumously Conceived Children 

    Shuler, Kayleigh S (University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-08-01)
    In this paper, I will conclude that the state legislatures should uniformly allow posthumously conceived children to inherit from their deceased parent which will, in turn, allow courts to extend Social Security and other ...
  • Forgetting Nature: The Importance of Including Environmental Flows in International Water Agreements 

    Hardberger, Amy (University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-08-01)
    From the moment States created political boundaries to define their territory, they have shared water. There are 263 transboundary lake and river basins worldwide and 300 known transboundary aquifer systems. Whenever sharing ...
  • Data Exclusivity for Pharmaceuticals: Was It the Best Choice for Jordan Under The US-Jordan Free Trade Agreement? 

    Armouti, Wael; Nsour, Mohammad F.A. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-08-01)
    Article 39.3 of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs Agreement) requires that all members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) take measures to protect the confidential test data ...
  • Employing Trafficking Laws to Capture Elusive Leaders of Destructive Cults 

    Laisure, Robin Boyle (University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-08-01)
    Destructive cults are the focus of this paper. Cults continue to evade our justice system here in the United States and abroad. This paper seeks to offer a fresh legal framework which, I posit, could aid in the capture and ...
  • TYPE SPECIMENS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON: FOSSIL VERTEBRATES AND PLANTS 

    EATON, JOYCE; GUSTAFSON, ERIC PAUL (Museum of Natural History, University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1983-03)
    A published list of type specimens such as this serves several purposes. First and foremost it is intended to allow quick access to the type holdings of a museum and to the basic information that is present in the ...
  • THE VERTEBRATE FAUNAS OF THE PLIOCENE RINGOLD FORMATION, SOUTH-CENTRAL WASHINGTON 

    GUSTAFSON, ERIC PAUL (Museum of Natural History, University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1978-03)
    The vertebrate fauna of the upper Ringold Formation at the White Bluffs, south-central Washington, has been the subject of several short papers since its discovery in the late 19th century. Additional information from ...
  • GUIDE TO THE GEOLOGY AND LORE OF THE WILD REACH OF THE ROGUE RIVER, OREGON 

    PURDOM, WILLIAM B. (Museum of Natural History, University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1977-05)
    It is the purpose of this Bulletin to provide a general picture of the Rogue River and a more detailed river log of the wild reach of the river. The emphasis of the log is on the geology that the river canyon exposes. ...
  • GUIDE TO THE GEOLOGY OF THE OWYHEE REGION OF OREGON 

    KITTLEMAN, LAURENCE R. (Museum of Natural History, University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1973-09)
    The conspicuous plants of the Owyhee region are big sagebrush, cheat grass, and shadscale. Rabbitbrush grows in moist places, and juniper and mountain mahogany grow at higher elevations. The dominant form is sagebrush, the ...
  • JOURNAL OF FIRST TRIP OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA TO JOHN DAY BEDS OF EASTERN OREGON 

    Miller, Loye; Shotwell, J. Arnold (Museum of Natural History , University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1972-12)
    The journal is Dr. Miller's account of the University of California field expedition into the John Day Basin of Central Oregon in 1899. This expedition, as well as many that followed from that institution, was led by ...
  • SMILODONICHTHYS RASTROSUS A NEW PLIOCENE SALMONID FISH FROM WESTERN UNITED STATES 

    CAVENDER, TED M.; MILLER, ROBERT RUSH (Museum of Natural History, University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1972-03)
    In western North America, the family Salmonidae is comprised of a diverse number of species (upwards of 30) belonging to seven genera assigned to three subfamilies (Norden, 1961). Though more than half of these species are ...
  • PLIOCENE MAMMALS OF SOUTHEAST OREGON AND ADJACENT IDAHO 

    Shotwell, J. Arnold (Museum of Natural History, University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1970-08)
    The primary purpose of the work described here was to complete the study of a late Tertiary sequence of faunas in the Northern Great Basin. Shotwell (1968) reported on the late Miocene faunas of the region. The ...
  • THE OLIGOCENE MARINE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF THE EUGENE FORMATION IN OREGON 

    STENTZ HICKMAN, CAROLE JEAN (Museum of Natural History, University of OregonMuseum of Natural History, University of Oregon, 1969-08)
    Tuffaceous marine sandstone and siltstone of the Oligocene Eugene Formation occur in the southern portion of the Willamette Valley in Oregon from Cottage Grove northward along the margin of the Coburg Hills to Brownsville ...

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