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Varying Degrees of Innocence? Expanding the McQuiggin Exception to Noncapital Sentencing Errors

Travis S. Hinman

READ MORE | 94 N.C. L. Rev. 991 (2016)

Casey, Camnitz, and Compelled Speech: Why the Fourth Circuit’s Interpretation of Casey Sets the Right Standard for Speech-and-Display Provisions

Claire O'Brien

READ MORE | 94 N.C. L. Rev. 1036 (2016)

Biometric Data Collection and RFID Tracking in Schools: A Reasoned Approach to Reasonable Expectations of Privacy

Stefan P. Schropp

READ MORE | 94 N.C. L. Rev. 1068 (2016)

MERS on the March: Why the Mortgage Electronic Registration System Threatens the Property Rights of Bankrupt Mortgagees

Jenelle Peterson

94 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 18 (2015)

The Root Canal of Antitrust Immunity: North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC

Kate Ortbahn

94 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 1 (2015)

Online Bullying and the First Amendment: State Cyberbullying Statutes After People v. Marquan M.

Haley E. Phillips Click here for PDF* Introduction When fourteen-year-old Sarah[1] first signed up for, an anonymous, question-based social media site, the questions and answers were simple and fun.[2] But soon she started getting more sinister messages.[3] Anonymous posters began to tease Sarah about the boy she had a crush on at school.[4] Her mother was sure Sarah’s classmates were sending the messages, but there was no way to prove their identity.[5]… READ MORE

93 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 179 (2015)

Earning a “C” for Rulemaking: The Ambiguity and Potential Impact of a Recent SEC Rule Governing Nationally Registered Statistical Rating Organizations

Kyle R. Cunnion Click here for PDF* Introduction Imagine the world’s richest person, Bill Gates, and his more than $80 billion net worth.[1] Now imagine 136 equally wealthy individuals, whose combined $11 trillion net worth[2] would exceed the 2013 gross domestic product (“GDP”) of every country in the world except for the United States.[3] Finally, imagine that all of these individuals and their associated wealth very quickly disappeared, such that every person even… READ MORE

93 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 150 (2015)

He Shoots, He Scores: An Analysis of O’Bannon v. NCAA on Appeal and the Future of Intercollegiate Athletics

Christian Dennie Click here for PDF*** Introduction Intercollegiate athletics has experienced substantial financial gains over the course of the last two decades. During that time, student-athletes have demanded a larger piece of the pie, but the National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) and its member institutions have refused to adopt policies that would allow for such gains. When legislative changes wane, litigation often spurs change. Ed O’Bannon, a former star men’s basketball student-athlete,… READ MORE

93 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 90 (2015)

A License to Kill? Working to Understand Texas Penal Code Section 9.42 and Deadly Force in Defense of Property

Barton T. Lee Click here for PDF*       Introduction “If I see guns on TV where people are getting killed, I change the channel.”[1] These were the words of Ezekiel Gilbert, shortly after a Texas jury acquitted him of the murder of twenty-three-year-old Craigslist escort Lenora Ivie Frago.[2] The murder charge stemmed from an incident on Christmas Eve 2009 where Gilbert, believing Frago’s $150 fee included sex, shot Frago after she… READ MORE

93 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 69 (2014)

Airing Out HAMP’s Dirty Laundry: Resolving Corvello, Wigod, and the Inherent Problems of the Home Affordable Modification Program’s Trial Period Plans

Clay S. Hester Click here for PDF     Introduction* The Home Affordable Modification Program (“HAMP”) “seems to have created more litigation than it has happy homeowners,”[1]  or so the Ninth Circuit recently acknowledged in Corvello v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.[2]  HAMP was created as an administrative program in late 2008 in response to the nationwide housing collapse and recession.[3]  The initial goal of HAMP was to aid “3 to 4 million at-risk… READ MORE

93 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 39 (2014)

Big (Gay) Love: Has The IRS Legalized Polygamy?

Anthony C. Infanti Click here for PDF Big (Gay) Love: Has the IRS Legalized Polygamy?* Anthony C. Infanti** If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual [gay] sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything. —Sen. Rick Santorum[1] Introduction Bigamy and polygamy… READ MORE

93 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 1 (2014)

Consent, Resistance, and the Physically Helpless Victim: Modernizing North Carolina’s Second-Degree Rape Statute in Light of State v. Huss

Ramona H. McGee

92 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 162 (2014)

North Carolina’s Duty to Read: The Demise of Accountability for Transactional Attorneys?

Jennifer L. Nusbaum

92 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 147 (2014)

Reattaching the Severance Argument to Lanvale Properties: Counties’ Authority to Impose Non-Monetary Conditions on Housing Developments Affecting School Capacity

Bradley D. Harder

92 N.C. L. Rev. Addendum 120 (2014)
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