The Legal Studies Research Papers series presents scholarly articles and book chapters written by Washington College of Law faculty and staff. These works were initially deposited as manuscript drafts in the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) to engage professional communications among scholars and researchers. When accepted for publication in academic journals and law reviews, the authors may repost them as Accepted Papers in the Legal Research Paper Series of the SSRN.

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Submissions from 2014

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Registering Offense: The Prohibition of Slurs as Trademarks, Christine Haight Farley

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Territorial Exclusivity in U.S. Copyright and Trademark Law, Christine Haight Farley

Submissions from 2009

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Debunking the Myth of Civil Rights Liberalism: Visions of Racial Justice in the Thought of T. Thomas Fortune, 1880-1890, Susan D. Carle

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The Appropriations Power and Sovereign Immunity, Paul F. Figley

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Understanding the Federal Tort Claims Act: A Different Metaphor, Paul F. Figley

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Financial Crisis Containment, Anna Gelpern

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Promises of Accession: Reassessing the Trade Relationship Between Turkey and the European Union, Fernanda G. Nicola

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Equality and Justice for Lesbian and Gay Families and Relationships., Nancy D. Polikoff

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On Becoming ‘Professor’: A Semi-Serious Look in the Mirror, Ezra Rosser

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Toward a Broadband Public Interest Standard, Anthony E. Varona

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AEDPA, Saucier, and the Stronger Case for Rights-First Constitutional Adjudication, Stephen I. Vladeck

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Boumediene’s Quiet Theory: Access to Courts and the Separation of Powers., Stephen I. Vladeck

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The Problem of Jurisdictional Non-Precedent, Stephen I. Vladeck

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Western Europe: Last Holdout in the Worldwide Acceptance of Clinical Legal Education, Richard J. Wilson