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    • David Weber on athletes & immigration law 

      David Weber on Athletes & Immigration Law, IPSE DIXIT (Apr. 22, 2021), https://shows.acast.com/ipse-dixit/episodes/david-weber-on-athletes-immigration-law.
      In this episode, David P. Weber, Professor of Law at Creighton University School of Law, discusses his article "Athletes in Transit: Why the Game is Different in Sports and the Visas Should be Too," which will be published ...
    • Dealing with "globalization": A conflict of meaning? 

      Edward A. Morse, Op-Ed., Dealing with "Globalization": A Conflict of Meaning?, Econ. Trends (Creighton Univ., Omaha, Neb.), Fall 2006, at 2.
    • Death and mushroom suits with Professor Victoria Hanema‪n‬ 

      Money and the Mind, Death and Mushroom Suits with Professor Victoria Hanema‪n‬ (Jan. 18, 2021) (podcast of interview with Victoria Haneman), https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep34-death-mushroom-suits-professor-victoria-haneman/id1490906855?i=1000505703778.
      Professor Victoria Haneman joins Andy and Aaron to discuss funerals and the death care industry.
    • Death and taxes: A survey of income tax issues for decedents and their families 

      Edward A. Morse, Death and Taxes: A Survey of Income Tax Issues for Decedents and Their Families, in 2016 Advanced Estate Planning Institute (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 2016).
    • Death of the constitutional law of personal jurisdiction: From Pennoyer to Burnham and back again 

      Patrick J. Borchers, The Death of the Constitutional Law of Personal Jurisdiction: From Pennoyer to Burnham and Back Again, 24 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 19 (1990), reprinted in 1 JURISDICTION AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW 188 (Patrick J. Borchers ed., 2014), and reprinted in part in CIVIL PROCEDURE ANTHOLOGY 69 (David I. Levine, Donald L. Doernberg & Melissa L. Nelkin eds., 1998).
      In 1990, in Burnham v. Superior Court, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the traditional rule that a civil defendant could be subjected to personal jurisdiction in a state simply by being physically served with the summons ...
    • Debate over genocide in Darfur, Sudan 

      Michael J. Kelly, The Debate over Genocide in Darfur, Sudan, 18 U.C. David J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 205 (2011).
    • Debt after discharge: An empirical study of reaffirmation 

      Marianne B. Culhane & Michaela M. White, Debt After Discharge: An Empirical Study of Reaffirmation, 73 Am Bank. L.J. 709 (1999).
    • Decade of Marcellus Shale: Impacts to people, policy, and culture from 2008 to 2018 in the greater mid-Atlantic Region of the United States 

      Jeffrey B. Jacquet, Anne N. Junod, Dylan Bugden, Grace Wildermuth, Joshua T. Fergen, Kirk Jalbert, Brian Rahm, Paige Hagley, Kathryn J. Brasier, Kai Schafft, Leland Glenna, Timothy Kelsey, Joshua Fershee, David L. Kay, Richard C. Stedman & James Ladleec, A Decade of Marcellus Shale: Impacts to People, Policy, and Culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States, 5 Extractive Industries and Soc'y 596 (2018).
      It’s been just over a decade since Unconventional Oil and Gas development began in earnest in the Marcellus Shale, a dense shale formation that, along with the deeper and larger Utica Shale, covers much of the mid-Atlantic ...
    • Decarbonizing light duty vehicles 

      Amy L. Stein & Joshua Fershee, Decarbonizing Light Duty Vehicles, 48 Envtl. L. Rep. 10596 (2018).
      To reduce the United States’ greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% from 1990 levels by 2050 will require multiple legal pathways for changing its transportation fuel sources. The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project ...
    • Decline of international law opinio juris and the law of cyber warfare 

      Michael N. Schmitt & Sean Watts, The Decline of International Law Opinio Juris and the Law of Cyber Warfare, 50 Tex. Int'l L.J. 189 (2015), reprinted in 91 Int'l L. Stud. 171 (2015).
      This article sets forth thoughts regarding the performance of States, particularly the United States, in this informal process of the formation and evolution of international humanitarian, with particular attention paid ...
    • Defending refugees: A case for protective procedural safeguards in the persecutor bar analysis 

      Charles Shane Ellison, Defending Refugees: A Case for Protective Procedural Safeguards in the Persecutor Bar Analysis, 33 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 213 (2019).
      For refugees and asylum seekers, application of the so-called persecutor bar is tantamount to a death sentence. However, the Board of Immigration Appeals -- without any real deliberation--has arrived at an interpretation ...
    • Defining democracy in Iraq 

      Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, Defining Democracy in Iraq, JURIST, Mar. 4, 2010, http://jurist.org/forum/2010/03/defining-democracy-in-iraq.php.
    • Defining misprescribing to inform prescription opioid policy 

      Kelly K. Dineen, Defining Misprescribing to Inform Prescription Opioid Policy, Hastings Ctr. Rep., Jul./Aug. 2018, at 5.
      Prescription opioid policies too often reflect over a century's worth of moralizing about the nature of opioid use disorder, the value of pain, and the meaning of suffering. The social and legal penalties to prescribers ...
    • Definitions matter: A taxonomy of inappropriate prescribing to shape effective opioid policy and reduce patient harm 

      Kelly K. Dineen, Definitions Matter: A Taxonomy of Inappropriate Prescribing to Shape Effective Opioid Policy and Reduce Patient Harm, 67 U. Kan. L. Rev. 961 (2019), reprinted in 2019 Health Law Seminar (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 2019).
      To date, no existing law or policy defines inappropriate prescribing, with only one state acknowledging the need for such a definition. At the federal level, a single provision of the SUPPORT Act of 2018 directs the Secretary ...
    • Demystifying LIFO: Towards simplification of inflation-adjusted inventory valuation 

      Edward A. Morse, Demystifying LIFO: Towards Simplification of Inflation-Adjusted Inventory Valuation, 2 Fla. Tax Rev. 559 (1995).
    • Despite pain, an auto bailout is ill-advised 

      Ernie Goss & Edward Morse, Op-Ed., Despite Pain, an Auto Bailout is Ill-Advised, Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 13, 2008, at 7B.
    • Did symbolism sink the constitution? Reflections on the European Union's state-like attributes 

      Stephen C. Sieberson, Did Symbolism Sink the Constitution? Reflections on the European Union's State-Like Attributes, 14 U.C. Davis J. Int'L L. & Pol'y 1 (2007).
      After several years of debate and controversy, in June of 2007 the European Union abandoned its proposed Constitution. On December 13, 2007, representatives of the Member States signed a replacement document, a treaty ...
    • Digital divide: Standing at the intersection of race and technology 

      Raneta Lawson Mack, The Digital Divide: Standing at the Intersection of Race and Technology (2001).
    • Digital signatures, the electronic economy and the protection of national security: Some distinctions with an economic cifference 

      Raneta Lawson Mack, Digital Signatures, the Electronic Economy and the Protection of National Security: Some Distinctions with an Economic Difference, 17 John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law 981 (1999).
    • Direct payment plans 

      Michaela M. White, Direct Payment Plans, 29 Creighton L. Rev. 583 (1996).