Emory Law Journal

Volume 63Issue 1

Students, Security, and Race

Jason P. Nance | 63 Emory L.J. 1 (2013)

In the wake of the terrible shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, our nation has turned its attention to school security. For example, several states have passed or are considering passing legislation that will provide new funding to schools for security equipment and law enforcement officers.

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Bad Briefs, Bad Law, Bad Markets: Documenting the Poor Quality of Plaintiffs’ Briefs, Its Impact on the Law, and the Market Failure It Reflects

Scott A. Moss | 63 Emory L.J. 59 (2013)

For a major field, employment discrimination suffers surprisingly low-quality plaintiffs’ lawyering.

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