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Volume 26, Issue 4

Speech
ST. JOHN’S SCHOOL OF LAW – 2013 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
Hon. Jonathan Lippman

Notes and Comments
ECONOMIC DAMAGES UNDER THE OIL POLLUTION ACT OF 1990: THE CASE FOR THE EXCLUSION OF A PROXIMATE CAUSE REQUIREMENT
Emily C. Adler

HARMONIZING 18TH CENTURY CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES WITH 21ST CENTURY DNA TECHNOLOGY UNDER THE FOURTH AMENDMENT
Gil Auslander

MAKING THE CASE FOR CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS: BALANCING LIQUIDITY CONCERNS WITH POSITION LIMITS UNDER DODD-FRANK
Andrew Cali-Vasquez

FELON DISENFRANCHISEMENT: AN INHERENT INJUSTICE
Christopher Haner

ENGLISH FLUENCY REQUIREMENT FOR TEACHERS IN MASSACHUSETTS: A TITLE VII ANALYSIS
Belma Krijestorac

THE NEW “ILLEGITIMATE CHILD”: HOW PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS ARE IMPUTING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST HOMOSEXUALS TO CHILDREN OF HOMOSEXUAL PARENTS AND GETTING AWAY WITH IT
Daniel Makofsky

THE TERRORIST EXPATRIATION ACT: UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND UNNECESSARY. HOW THE PROPOSED LEGISLATION IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND REDUNDANT
Lauren Prunty

DOUBLE TIME FOR ONE CRIME: CRIMINAL SENTENCING AND CIVIL COMMITMENT FOR SEX OFFENDERS
Bradley Small

THE UNITED STATES CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: PROTECTING CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND NATIONAL SECURITY
Christie Tomm