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The Connection between Animal Abuse and Family Violence: A Selected Annotated Bibliography
This selected annotated bibliography assembles legal and social literature that examines the link between domestic violence and animal abuse. Drawing from an ever-growing body of written works dedicated to the issue, the ...
Forgetting Its Common Humanity: America's Immigration Story
It has become increasingly difficult for immigrants to maintain family integrity under the current immigration system. The challenges they face include exceptionally long visa wait times; increasing penalties for violations ...
Going green to be morally clean: An examination of environmental behavior among materialistic consumers
Materialism and environmentalism have emerged as megatrends in developed western societies. Prior research has suggested that these two values are incompatible. The current research shows that materialistic values can ...
The Birth of the Movement to Prohibit the Unauthorized Practice of Law
(Quinnipiac Law Review, 2018)
Despite its omnipresence in the field, there is no comprehensive history of the legal profession's effort to prohibit the unauthorized practice of law ("UPL"), by persons or entities who do not have a license to engage in ...
USA: Regulating Non-Lawyers to Close the Access to Justice Gap
(Legal Ethics, 2014)
Despite the fact that many new lawyers are struggling today to find employment, there are a few regulators of the legal profession willing to consider how non-lawyers can help to close the gap in consumer access to legal ...
Review of Chase Wrenn's Truth
(Teaching Philosophy, 2016)
Male Sexual Jealousy: Lost Paternity Opportunities?
(Psychological Reports, 2019)
Numerous studies have shown that men experience relatively greater levels of jealousy in response to the sexual aspects of an infidelity (relative to women), whereas women experience relatively greater levels of jealousy ...
The Right to Improvise in Low Wage Work
The resurgence of strikes in the non-union fast food and retail sectors has created unprecedented momentum for increases in state, local, and company-specific minimum wages. The once fantastical demand for a $15 an hour ...
Recent fights for a $15-an-hour minimum wage at Walmart and in the fast-food industry have interested academics, captivated the press, and energized the public. For good reason. The campaigns upend conventional wisdom about ...
The Content of Coercion
(U.C. Davis Law Review, 2019)
This Article is about a new approach to one of the law's most basic questions: what is coercion? Under its traditional framing, coercion is about transactions. One person makes an offer to another person, who, under the ...