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  • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2020 

    (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 4 )
    CONTENTS:|The politics of new prisons (Part 2), by Marshall Lux|When the over-growth began at the Nebraska Department of Corrections, by David Ditter 32547|State senator expresses his view on priorities and a new prison|In ...
  • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September 2020 

    (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 3 )
    CONTENTS:|The Politics of New Prisons Part #1, by Marshall Lux|Amending Nebraska’s felony murder rule: a small step in the right direction, by Tom Riley|“BLK. PRISONER”, by Shaheed K. Biko Hamza|Preparing for Parole Board ...
  • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2020 

    (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 2 )
    CONTENTS:| July 1st: What will happen when Governor Ricketts declares an over-crowding emergency? by Doug Koebernick| The killing of Mattieo Condoluci and a critique of registries, by Nebraskans Unafraid| Governor asked ...
  • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2020 

    (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 1 )
    CONTENTS: |Wanted: a challenge to the felony murder doctrine, by Shaheed K. Biko Hamza, aka Derek Dixon 36413 |An open letter to the Legislature's Appropriation Committee and Judiciary Committee, by Marshall Lux |They have ...
  • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2019 

    (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 3 )
    CONTENTS: | Good people are at work, but the justice system is fragmented, by John Krejci | The Interstate Corrections Compact explained, by Scott R. Frakes, Director of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services | ...
  • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September 2019 

    (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 2 )
    CONTENTS: | We All Have Value, by Terry Ricketts | Corrections Reports Demand Dramatic Action, by John Krejci | Crime Victims Confront Perpetrators Through a Special Program | Attending a Pardons Board Hearing? Expect to ...
  • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, July 2019 

    (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 1 )
    CONTENTS: | The NCJR is back! by Linda Ohri | Corrections reform: LB 686 One small step for prison reform? by John Krejci | What’s working.... What’s challenging for juvenile justice advocates? by Joanna Lindberg | 1800 ...
  • Reinert Alumni Library 360º Tour: Main Level  

    (Creighton University,  )
  • Reinert Alumni Library 360º Tour: Upper Level 

    (Creighton University,  )
  • Reinert Alumni Library 360º Tour: Lower Level 

    (Creighton University,  )
  • It’s All Relative: Social Movements and Law 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    In Rules for a Flat World, Hadfield focuses on law as created by and comprised of primarily centralized legal institutions. Current insights into law, however, highlight a complexity behind the social movements that cause ...
  • The Limits of Markets in a World Where Values Matter 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    Professor Gillian Hadfield’s astute Rules for a Flat Worldproposes a private market solution to rule-making because the current legislative or regulatory framework no longer meets the needs of a fast-paced digital economy. ...
  • Barriers to Adaptation in Legal Education and the Critical Importance of Simply Caring 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    In her provocative book Rules for a Flat World, Professor Gillian Hadfield makes the important point that our ossified legal system does not meet the needs of our dynamic society. And she rightly notes that legal education ...
  • A Case for Disrupting the System of Legal Education 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    This essay is focused on the role which law schools might play in “reinventing” the law student for a more robust role in an increasingly complex global economy. The case is presented for law schools to embrace and promote ...
  • Lack of Representation in Removal Proceedings: How Today’s Legal Infrastructure Fails Immigrants 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    Legal representation makes a significant difference to the outcome of removal proceedings. Yet high percentages of both detained and non-detained immigrants do not have access to such representation. Some state and local ...
  • Some Quick Fixes 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    As legal education incorporates more clinical offerings into the three-year JD curriculum, it becomes more like the training of other professionals. But this isn’t enough. Other professionals also are expected to serve ...
  • “For Whom the Bell Tolls” in the Legal System: Access to Justice and Conflict Engagement 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    Remarks adapted from presentation: Disrupting Law, Reclaiming Justice, a Conversation on Gillian Hadfield’s Rule for a Flat World on October 8, 2018 at Creighton University. Despite the advancement in the ADR movement, ...
  • Reclothing the Legal Emperor: Justice, Equity, and Governance in the Flat World 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    In Rules for a Flat World, Hadfield delivers a paradigm-shifting wakeup call about law coming up short in today’s world and proposes creating markets for legal rules to enable the development of broad-based legal infrastructure ...
  • Private Governance and Rules for a Flat World 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    In Rules for a Flat World, Hadfield argues that although the world is becoming increasingly connected and faster paced due to leaps in technological innovation, the prevailing legal systems —established by governments and ...
  • A Brief Look at Legal Infrastructure and Its Implications for Migrants Along the U.S.-Mexico Border 

    (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
    Hadfield’sRules for a Flat World describes how today’s legal infrastructure harms people globally who live in the “Bottom of the Pyramid” (BoP). People who pass through the Kino Border Initiative on the U.S.-Mexico border ...

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