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Archive Web Issue - Vol. 62, No. 2 (Winter 2010)


  • Blackstone’s Ninth Amendment: A Historical Common Law Baseline for the Interpretation of Unenumerated Rights - Jeffrey D. Jackson Article in PDF
  • Human Capital and Transfer Taxation - Kerry A. Ryan Article in PDF


  • Closing Loopholes or Creating More? Why a Narrow Application of SORNA Threatens to Defeat the Statute’s Purpose - Terra R. Lord Article in PDF


  • A Misguided Reversal: Why the Oklahoma Supreme Court Should Not Have Interpreted Saint v. Data Exchange, Inc. to Provide a Burk Tort Cause of Action to Plaintiffs Alleging Age Discrimination in Employment - Katherine R. Morelli Article in PDF
  • Surefoot LC v. Sure Foot Corp.: A New Standard for Tenth Circuit Declaratory Judgment Jurisdiction in Intellectual Property Disputes, or How Cardtoons Got the Boot - John M. Bunting Article in PDF