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    • (Re)framing student loan debt as a commons 

      Victoria J. Haneman, (Re)Framing Student Loan Debt as a Commons, 84 LAW & CONTEMP. PROBS. 153 (2021).
      Outstanding student loan indebtedness in the United States exceeds $1.67 trillion and it is projected to exceed $2 trillion by 2021 or 2022 (varying by source). The United States has decided that broad access to higher ...
    • Reaffirmation and discharge problems 

      Marianne B. Culhane & Michaela M. White, Reaffirmation and Discharge Problems, in 2 Consumer Financial Services Litigation 703 (Practising Law Inst. ed., 1999).
    • Reaffirmation: The ethical role of the debtor's attorney 

      Marianne B. Culhane & Michaela M. White, Reaffirmation: The Ethical Role of the Debtor's Attorney, in 10th Biennial Judge Joe Lee Bankruptcy Institute C-1 (Univ. of Ky. Coll. Of Law Office of Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 2001).
    • Real estate transactions in bankruptcy: Following the paper trail 

      Timothy V. Haight & Carol C. Knoepfler, Real Estate Transactions in Bankruptcy: Following the Paper Trail, in Real Estate Law (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1988).
    • Real risk of forum shopping: A dissent from Shady Grove 

      Patrick J. Borchers, The Real Risk of Forum Shopping: A Dissent from Shady Grove, 44 Creighton L. Rev. 29 (2010).
      This article is written as a hypothetical dissenting opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Shady Grove Orthopedic Associates v. Allstate Insurance Co. In that case, the Court held that a federal court sitting ...
    • Reaping the whirlwind: Departures from international law helped create climate for Iraq prison abuses 

      Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, Reaping the Whirlwind: Departures from International Law Helped Create Climate for Iraq Prison Abuses, JURIST, May 19, 2004,
    • "Reasonably equivalent value" in § 548 avoidance actions: An analytical framework post-In re TOUSA, Inc. 

      Irina Fox, “Reasonably Equivalent Value” in § 548 Avoidance Actions: An Analytical Framework Post-In re TOUSA, Inc., 20 Norton J. Bankr. L. & Prac. 469 (2011).
      Avoidance powers in bankruptcy are designed to prevent the debtor from fraudulently siphoning away his property on the verge of bankruptcy. Usually, a trustee in bankruptcy can avoid prepetition transfers of the debtor’s ...
    • Recent developments in evidence 

      Collin Mangrum, Recent Developments in Evidence, in The 2006 YLS Practice Seminar (Neb. State Bar Ass'n ed., 2006).
    • Recent developments: Nebraska evidence 

      R. Collin Mangrum, Recent Developments: Nebraska Evidence, in Evidence is an Action Verb: An Evidence Seminar for the Serious Trial Lawyer (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1997).
    • Reciprocity and the law of war 

      Sean Watts, Reciprocity and the Law of War, 50 Harv. Int'l L.J. 365 (2009).
      This article examines how the principle of reciprocity operates within the international law of war. Tracing the historical development and application of the law, the article demonstrates that the existing law of war ...
    • Reconsidering property division in divorce under Nebraska law in light of the ALI's Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: Analysis and recommendations 

      Craig W. Dallon, Reconsidering Property Division in Divorce Under Nebraska Law in Light of the ALI's Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: Analysis and Recommendations, 37 Creighton L. Rev. 1 (2003).
      The article reviews Nebraska law governing division of property in divorce cases. The article compares Nebraska law with the rules promoted by the American Law Institute's Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: ...
    • Reestablishing jury trials in Japan: Foundational lessons from the Russian experience 

      Raneta Lawson Mack, Reestablishing Jury Trials in Japan: Foundational Lessons from the Russian Experience, 2 Creighton Int'l & Comp. L.J. 100 (2012).
      This article examines the foundational and systemic impact of Japan's transition to a lay participation jury in an inquisitorial system accustomed to near-perfect conviction rates. Part I of the Article discusses Japan's ...
    • Reflections on the Rule of Law and clear reflection of income: What constrains discretion? 

      Edward A. Morse, Reflections on the Rule of Law and Clear Reflection of Income: What Constrains Discretion?, 8 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 445 (1999).
      This article examines the Rule of Law ideal in the context of federal tax law. Constraining government discretion is a core concern of the Rule of Law. Rules have traditionally played an important role in providing that ...
    • Region VII: California 

      Patrick J. Borchers, Region VII: California, Pub. Cont. Newsl. (Amer. Bar Ass’n Section of Pub. Contract Law), Fall 1988, at 10.
    • Regulaciones estatales y locales de inmigración: La necesidad para un trinquete bilateral 

      David P. Weber, Regulaciones Estatales y Locales de Inmigración: La Necesidad Para un Trinquete Bilateral, 18 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 835 (2012).
      Este artículo propone un enfoque más amplio en relación a las regulaciones subfederales a favor de la inmigración con el propósito de nivelar el campo legislativo actual. Bajo el actual enfoque sobre el derecho de prioridad, ...
    • Regulation of online gambling 

      Edward A. Morse, Regulation of Online Gambling, in Research Handbook on Electronic Commerce Law 449 (John A. Rothchild ed., 2016).
      This chapter addresses the regulatory challenges presented by Internet gambling. As will be explored below, current U.S. laws leverage federal power to limit financing and other logistical support for Internet gambling ...
    • Regulation, markets, and integrity: An essay on the framework for trust in the protection of personal data 

      Edward A. Morse, Regulation, Markets, and Integrity: An Essay on the Framework for Trust in the Protection of Personal Data, in Something Bigger Than Yourself: Essays in Honour of Richard De Mulder 165 (Pieter Kleve & Kees van Noortwijk eds., 2011).
      The quest for security entails agency relationships, whether protecting ourselves from the rogues and vandals of the Internet, or protecting our personal information in the hands of commercial actors. Firms that provide ...
    • Regulation-tolerant weapons, regulation-resistant weapons and the law of war 

      Sean Watts, Regulation-Tolerant Weapons, Regulation-Resistant Weapons and the Law of War, 91 Int'l L. Stud. 540 (2015).
      The historical record of international weapons law reveals both regulation-tolerant weapons and regulation-resistant weapons, identifiable by a number of criteria including effectiveness, novelty, deployment, medical ...
    • Reliably unreliable: The problems with piecemeal federal transmission and grid reliability policies 

      Joshua P. Fershee, Reliably Unreliable: The Problems with Piecemeal Federal Transmission and Grid Reliability Policies, Policy Paper, University of Connecticut Center for Energy and Environmental Law (July 2011).
    • Religion, the family, and the public school during non-school hours: Good News v. Milford 

      R. Collin Mangrum, Religion, the Family, and the Public School During Non-School Hours: Good News v. Milford, in Religion & the Family 135 (Ronald A. Simkins & Gail S. Risch eds., 2008).