California Law Review: CURRENT ISSUE
December 2008, Vol. 96, No. 6
ARTICLES

Mourning Miranda

01 Dec 2008 02:52pm Charles D. Weisselberg 

Virginity Testing and South Africa's HIV/AIDS Crisis: Beyond Rights Universalism and Cultural Relativism Toward Health Capabilities

01 Dec 2008 02:48pm Erika R. George 

Keeping Imports Safe: A Proposal for Discriminatory Regulation of International Trade

01 Dec 2008 12:00am Kenneth A. Bamberger, Andrew T. Guzman 
COMMENTS

An Analysis of Current Whistleblower Laws:Defending a More Flexible Approach to Reporting Requirements

01 Dec 2008 02:59pm Gerard Sinzdak 

Learning from the Recent Interpretation of INA Section 245(a): Factors to Consider When Interpreting Immigration Law

01 Dec 2008 02:54pm Mayte Santacruz Benavidez 
ESSAYS

The Myth of International Delegation

01 Dec 2008 03:04pm Andrew T. Guzman, Jennifer Landsidle 

Critical Inquiry: A Tool for Protecting the Dissident Professor's Academic Freedom

01 Dec 2008 03:02pm Jennifer Elrod 

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