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Oklahoma Law Review

Advance Publication

The following essay, "Oklahoma's Save Our State Amendment: Two Issues for the Appeal" by John T. Parry, Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School, will appear in vol. 64, no. 2 of the Oklahoma Law Review. The essay discusses issues pertaining to the appeal of the case of Awad v. Ziriax, now pending before the Tenth Circuit. Because of the time-sensitive nature of the appeal, the Oklahoma Law Review and Professor Parry have decided to make the text of the essay available here.
  • Oklahoma's Save Our State Amendment: Two Issues for the Appeal - John T. Parry Article in PDF

Current Web Issue - Vol. 63, No. 3 (Spring 2011)

Articles

  • The Constitutional and Contractual Controversy of Suspicionless Drug Testing of Public School Teachers - Amanda Harmon Cooley, Marka B. Fleming & Gwendolyn McFadden-Wade Article in PDF
  • Big Brother Is Watching: The Reality Show You Didn't Audition For - J. Amy Dillard Article in PDF

Comment

  • The Admissibility of Eyewitness-Identification Expert Testimony in Oklahoma - Sean S. Hunt Article in PDF

Notes

  • Warning, This Decision Will Increase the Cost of Prescription Drugs: How the Supreme Court's Misapplication of Preemption Doctrine in Wyeth V. Levine Portends Devastating Consequences for Oklahoma - Tyler R. Barrett Article in PDF
  • United States v. Nacchio: The Tenth Circuit's Civil Approach to Sentencing for Insider Trading - Amy Dominick Padgett Article in PDF