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Does Lawyering Matter? Predicting Judicial Decisions from Legal Briefs, and What That Means for Access to Justice.

Subjects: *LINGUISTIC analysis; *MACHINE learning; *SUMMARY judgments

  • Source: Texas Law Review. May2022, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p1157-1195. 39p.

  • Abstract: This study uses linguistic analysis and machine learning techniques to predict summary judgment outcomes from the text of the parties' briefs. ... 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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The Digital Sweatshop: Why Heightened Labor Protections Must be Implemented Before Crunch Causes the Backbone of the Video Game Industry to Collapse.

Subjects: *VIDEO game industry; *VIDEO game development; *SWEATSHOPSTEXAS

  • Source: Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law. Spring2022, Vol. 23, p13-55. 43p.

  • Abstract: "Crunch"-the cyclical labor practice used to ensure delivery of content for commercial release within a certain time frame-is an unregulated and unconscionable convention. While ... Copyright of Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law is the property of University of Texas at Austin School of Law Publications and its content ...

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Sorry (Not Sorry): Decoding #MeToo Defenses.

Subjects: *METOO movement; *SOCIAL movements; *SEXUAL harassment -- Government policyUNITED States

  • Source: Texas Law Review. Dec2020, Vol. 99 Issue 2, p341-388. 48p.

  • Abstract: This Essay examines the text of over two hundred public statements issued by people accused of work-related sexual harassment and misconduct as part of the #... 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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Free Ride on the Freedom Ride: How "Dark Money" Nonprofits Are Using Cases from the Civil Rights Era to Skirt Disclosure Laws.

Subjects: *CIVIL rights; *NONPROFIT organizations; *UNITED States electionsUNITED StatesNATIONAL Association for the Advancement of Colored People NATIONAL Association for the Advancement of Colored People NATIONAL Association for the Advancement of Colored People 072805328

  • Source: Texas Law Review. Nov2021, Vol. 100 Issue 1, p115-151. 37p.

  • Abstract: Federal disclosure requirements in the campaign finance context contain loopholes that enable nonprofit organizations to conceal major donors influencing American elections, This funding from unnamed ... 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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Learning "the True, the Good and the Beautiful" in Law School: Educating the Twenty-First Century Litigator.

Subjects: *LEGAL education; *LAWYERS -- Education; *TRAINING of lawyersUNITED States

  • Source: Review of Litigation. Symposium2014, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p741-798. 58p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on law school education in the twenty-first century. Topics include the training of litigators at U.S. law schools, the use of ...

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The Battle for an Undiluted Black Vote in Louisiana: Recollections of a White Southern Civil Rights Lawyer.

Subjects: *CIVIL rights lawyers; *RACE discrimination; *VOTINGLOUISIANA

  • Source: Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights. Fall2021, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p73-109. 37p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on recollections of a White Southern Civil Rights Lawyer.

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Policing's Information Problem.

Subjects: *MILITARIZATION of police; *PUBLIC safety; *EXTERNALITIES

  • Source: Texas Law Review. Nov2020, Vol. 99 Issue 1, p1-71. 71p.

  • Abstract: We spend over $100 billion each year on policing in the United States, yet have very little idea of what keeps us safe. From the adoption ... 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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CHEMICAL KIDS.

Subjects: *PARENTING; *ENDOCRINE disruptors; *CHILDREN'S sexual behavior

  • Source: Texas Journal of Women & the Law. Fall2014, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p67-125. 59p.

  • Abstract: The article discusses parenting norms related to chemical exposure in children for interrogating the interplay between social values and legal responses ...

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ROBIN HOOD REALISM: AN ECONOMIC CRITIQUE OF MODERN TORT ADJUDICATION.

Subjects: *COMMON law; *ECONOMIC efficiency; *LEGAL realism

  • Source: Texas Review of Law & Politics. Spring2020, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p395-452. 58p.

  • Abstract: Legal realism tells common-law judges to take nothing for granted: "Discretion is everywhere, " the realist proclaims, "for rules become law only at the judge's say ... Copyright of Texas Review of Law & Politics is the property of University of Texas at Austin School of Law Publications and its content may ...

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COMBATING DOMESTIC SEX TRAFFICKING: TIME FOR A NEW APPROACH.

Subjects: *CRIMES against women; *HUMAN trafficking; *DOMESTIC violenceUNITED States

  • Source: Texas Journal of Women & the Law. Spring2015, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p167-193. 27p.

  • Abstract: Imagine being a 16-year-old girl who comes from a broken family. Perhaps you are constantly subjected to domestic violence. You are in constant fear of ... Copyright of Texas Journal of Women & the Law is the property of University of Texas at Austin School of Law Publications and its content ...

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