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Volume 45 | Issue 3 | Spring 2017

Table Of Contents
ARTICLES
HOW CAN YOU DEFEND THOSE PEOPLE?
by Dean A. Strang
WILL I PASS THE BAR EXAM?: PREDICTING STUDENT SUCCESS USING LSAT SCORES AND LAW SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
by Katherine A. Austin, Catherine Martin Christopher & Darby Dickerson
BRINGING SENTENCING INTO THE 21ST CENTURY: CLOSING THE GAP BETWEEN PRACTICE AND KNOWLEDGE BY INTRODUCING EXPERTISE INTO SENTENCING LAW
by Mirko Bagaric, Nick Fischer & Gabrielle Wolf
CRIMINAL MINDS: THE NEED TO REFINE THE APPLICATION OF THE DOCTRINE OF OBJECTIVE CHANGES AS A JUSTIFICATION FOR INTRODUCING UNCHARGED MISCONDUCT EVIDENCE TO PROVE INTENT
by Edward J. Imwinkelried
FORENSIC LINGUISTICS: APPLYING THE SCIENCE OF LINGUISTICS TO ISSUES OF THE LAW
by Robert A. Leonard, Juliane E. R. Ford & Tanya Karoli Christensen
THE FIELD OF INVENTION
by Saurabh Vishnubhakat
NOTES
“STARK” RAVING MAD: MAKING THE SELF-REFERRAL DISCLOSURE PROTOCOL BETTER, FASTER, STRONGER
by Sean Hanssler
COMPULSORY CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY NEW YORK HOTELIERS AS MANDATED REPORTERS OF CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING
by Timothy Marsh
STALLED PATENTS: RE-INCENTIVIZING UNIVERSITIES TO REVIEW THEIR PORTFOLIOS OF UNLICENSED PATENTS TO ACHIEVE THE BAYH-DOLE ACT’S UNFUNDED MANDATE
by Daniel E. Stern