King Scholar Senior Seminar Papers 1999
Christopher Brown, Innocent Until Proven Guilty: A Defense of Internal Revenue Code Section 7491(a)
Gus Calabrese, Is There a First Amendment in America's Public Schools?
Angela Emlet, Preferential Treatment of Capital Gains in a Progressive Tax System: The Debate Continues into a New Political Era
Tom Hubbard, A forecast for Revision: The Fate of the Ethics in Government Act in 1999
Sean Maltbie, Nonjudicial Punishment: What's in a Name? Nonjudicial Punishment Under the Double Jeopardy Microscope
Jenny McNitt, The Michigan Department of Attorney General: The Status of the Law at the End of a Legacy.
K.J. Miller, Racial Profiling and the Fourth Amendment
Donna Nakagiri, Taking Provisions in State Constitutions: Do They Provide Greater Protections of Private Property than the Federal Takings Clause
Daphne O'Regan, The Violent Delivery of Truth
Jared Roberts, The Color of State Law in the Sixth Circuit: Invisible with Regard to Privatization of State Agencies in Michigan
Joseph Saulski, The Law Review Have-Nots: A Journey of Futility?
Richard Zecchino, Who Owns the Reservation: American Indian Sovereignty, Myth or Reality?