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Building STEPs Down the Precipitous Cliff from University to Workplace: A Proposal to Modify Regulation of Higher Education Mental Disability Accommodations.

Subjects: *STUDENT adjustment; *STUDENTS with disabilities; *INTELLECTUAL disabilities

  • Source: Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights. Spring2019, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p157-188. 32p.

  • Abstract: The article discusses the growing disconnect between appropriate academic adjustments for mental disabilities in schools and reasonable accommodations in the workplace. Topics include legal rules ...

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Artificially Intelligent Class Actions.

Subjects: *CLASS actions; *ARTIFICIAL intelligence; *ACCESS to justice

  • Source: Texas Law Review. 2022, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p519-575. 57p.

  • Abstract: Class actions are supposed to allow plaintiffs to recover for their highmerit, low-dollar claims. But current law leaves many such plaintiffs out in the cold. ... Copyright of Texas Law Review is the property of University of Texas at Austin School of Law Publications and its content may not be ...

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Juvenile Injustice: Protecting Children of Color with Disabilities from Arrest Inside and Outside of Schools.

Subjects: *CHILDREN with disabilities; *DISCRIMINATION against people with disabilities; *ARREST

  • Source: Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights. Fall2021, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p111-137. 27p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on Protecting Children of Color with Disabilities from Arrest Inside and Outside of Schools.

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Self-Regulating Platforms and Antitrust Justice.

Subjects: *ANTITRUST law; *SELF regulation; *DIGITAL technologyGOOGLE (Web resource)

  • Source: Texas Law Review. 2022, Vol. 101 Issue 1, p165-202. 38p.

  • Abstract: Until recently, we lived in an era dominated by the ideal of the selfregulating platform market. The hope was that digital platforms such as Amazon ... Copyright of Texas Law Review is the property of University of Texas at Austin School of Law Publications and its content may not be ...

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Simulating the Litigation Experience: How Mentoring Law Students in Local Cases Can Enrich Training for the Twenty-First Century Lawyer.

Subjects: *MENTORING -- Social aspects; *LAW students -- Training of; *LEGAL educationUNITED States

  • Source: Review of Litigation. Symposium2014, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p799-835. 37p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on the benefits of mentoring law students for attorneys in 2014. Topics include the continued legal education of attorneys, ...

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FAIR-WEATHER ORIGINALISM: JUDGES, UMPIRES, AND THE FEAR OF BEING BOOED.

Subjects: *ORIGINALISM (Constitutional interpretation); *FEDERAL judges; *LAW firmsUNITED States. Constitution

  • Source: Texas Review of Law & Politics. Winter2021/2022, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p335-353. 19p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on topics of originalism and the judiciary that determine who gets to clerk for a federal judge who practice at an elite ...

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Standard Essential Patents Versus the World: How the Internet of Things Will Change Patent Licensing Forever.

Subjects: *LICENSE agreements; *PATENT licenses; *PATENT lawUNITED States

  • Source: Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal. Spring2022, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p259-313. 55p.

  • Abstract: Our connected world depends on proper licensing of standard-essential patents (SEPs). Decades of intra-industry SEP disputes have shaped how modern courts resolve SEP licensing issues. ... Copyright of Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal is the property of University of Texas at Austin School of Law Publications and its content may ...

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PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF PLEA BARGAINING.

Subjects: *PLEA bargaining; *PUBLIC opinion; *CRIMINAL procedure

  • Source: American Journal of Criminal Law. Summer2019, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p133-156. 24p.

  • Abstract: Several studies indicate that the public disapproves of plea bargaining, the most common method of resolving cases in the criminal system. However, such studies assume ... Copyright of American Journal of Criminal Law is the property of University of Texas at Austin School of Law Publications and its content may ...

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PROTECTING DIVERSE THOUGHT IN THE FREE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS: CONSERVATISM AND FREE SPEECH IN HIGHER EDUCATION.

Subjects: *UNIVERSITIES & colleges; *MARKETPLACES; *FREEDOM of speech

  • Source: Texas Review of Law & Politics. Fall2018, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p229-267. 39p.

  • Abstract: The article discusses the duty of universities to maintain and protect free and robust marketplace of ideas. Topics discussed include search for truth based upon ...

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From the Law's Bearded Prophet to the Interactive Engager: Using Film to Create Criminal Law.

Subjects: *MOTION pictures in education; *CRIMINAL law education; *TEACHING methods

  • Source: Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law. Spring2016, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p167-183. 17p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on the effectiveness of using films as a pedagogic tool in teaching criminal law for incoming law students. ...

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