New Issue of Marquette Law Review Available

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Congratulations to the editors of the Marquette Law Review, who have just posted the final versions of the articles for their winter issue (volume 92) here.  Here is the table of contents:

ARTICLES

CRAWFORD, RETROACTIVITY, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
J. Thomas Sullivan: Published on Page 231

WHAT’S SO FAIR ABOUT THE FAIR AND ACCURATE CREDIT TRANSACTIONS ACT?
Michael E. Chaplin: Published on Page 307

SPEECH

INDEPENDENCE V. ACCOUNTABILITY: FINDING A BALANCE AMIDST THE CHANGING POLITICS OF STATE-COURT JUDICIAL SELECTION
The Honorable Diane S. Sykes: Published on Page 341

COMMENTS

LEDBETTER V. GOODYEAR: LETTING THE AIR OUT OF THE CONTINUING VIOLATIONS DOCTRINE?
Allison Cimpl-Wiemer: Published on Page 355

HOW TRIBE AND STATE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS CAN SAVE THE ADAM WALSH ACT FROM ENCROACHING UPON TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY
Brian P. Dimmer: Published on Page 385

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