Symposium 2013: Tennessee Legal Reform
Waverly D. Crenshaw, Jr. & Brian A. Pierce, Tennessee’s Unique Religious Protections in Employment: Do They Mean What They Say?
Robert F. Parsley, Travis R. McDonough, & Marcia M. Eason, Reforming Tennessee’s Rules of Appellate Procedure: Separate Notices of Appeal . . . Or Not?
John A. Day, “Made-Whole” Made Fair: A Proposal to Modify Subrogation in Tennessee Tort Actions.
Michele Johnson & Kristin Ware, Medicaid Expansion by Any Other Name: Exploring the Feasibility of Expanded Access to Care in the Wake of NFIB v. Sebelius.
Margaret L. Behm & Candi Henry, Judicial Selection in Tennessee: Deciding “the Decider”.
Roe Frazer & Marc Jenkins, The Future of eDiscovery in Tennessee.
Symposium Roundtable Discussion
Featuring Justice Cornelia A. Clark, Senior Judge Martha Craig Daughtrey, & Justice William C. Koch, Jr., Judicial Panel: Tennessee Legal Reform from a Judicial Standpoint.
Benjamin Pomerance, What Might Have Been: 25 Years of Robert Bork on the United States Supreme Court.
Alyssa Hennig, An Examination of Federal Sentencing Guidelines’ Treatment of MDMA (“Ecstacy”).
Patrick Ober, Proactive Protection: How the IDEA Can Better Address the Behavioral Problems of Children with Disabilities in Schools.
David L. Thibodeaux, Whose Rights Should Prevail? Toward a Child-Centric Approach to Revocation of Birthparent Consent in Domestic Infant Abortion.