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North Dakota Law Review
University of North Dakota
School of Law
P.O. Box 9003
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9003

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Volume 84, Number 1 (2008)

Front Materials


Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Restoring the Victim and the Community: A Look at the Tribal Response to Sexual Violence Committed by Non-Indians in Indian Country Through Non-Criminal Approaches
     - Amber Halldin


Tenancy by the Entirety: The Traditional Version of the Tenancy Is the Best Alternative for Married Couples, Common Law Marriages, and Same-Sex Partnerships
     - Damaris Rosich-Schwartz


The Rule of Law Is the Rule of Reason
     - Brian Winrow and Kevin Johnson


The Tort of Aiding and Advising?: The Attorney Exception to Aiding and Abetting a Breach of Fiduciary Duty
     - Kevin Bennardo


Reconciling Religious Faith and Democratic Practice: The Problem of the Elusive Definition of Religion
     - Daniel A. Seeger


Discovery Under Bankruptcy Procedure: A “Trap Door?”
     - Manuel D. Leal


Sexual Identity as Personhood: Towards an Expressive Liberty in the Military Context
     - Daniel Ryan Koslosky




The Midwife and the Forceps: The Wild Terrain of Midwifery Law in the United States and Where North Dakota Is Heading in the Birthing Debate
     - Christopher Rausch


Metadata: The Dangers of Metadata Compel Issuing Ethical Duties to “Scrub” and Prohibit the “Mining” of Metadata
     - Crystal Thorpe




Civil Rights - Employment Discrimination: What Ledbetter Means for Employees Facing Gender-Based Pay Discrimination, Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 127 S. Ct. 2162 (2007)
     - Christopher S. Pieske