Volume 58, No. 3 (Summer 2019) Table of Contents

Obiter Dictum

Washburn Law Journal Symposium: Law in the Post-Truth Era

The Practical Implications of Unexamined Assumptions: Disrupting Flawed Legal Arguments to Advance the Cause of Justice (233 KB PDF)
Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb

Opportunity in the Age of Alternative Facts (212 KB PDF)
Anne E. Mullins

'Outing' Otherization: A Means to Enable Cooperation in a Post-Truth Era (182 KB PDF)
Cara Cunningham Warren

Tinfoil Hats and Powdered Wigs: Thoughts on Pseudolaw (219 KB PDF)
Colin McRoberts

An "Astonishingly Excellent" Solution to Super-Fake Narratives (328 KB PDF)
Cathren Page

When Truth Is Not Truth: Thoughts on Teaching In An Era of "Alternative Facts" (1.2 MB PDF)
Joy Kanwar

Student Scholarship

A Decision that Carries Weight: How the American Education System Would be Affected if Obesity is Considered a Disability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (196 KB PDF)
Brooke N. Schmidt

If It Looks Like Garbage and Smells Like Garbage: The Weakness of Trash-Pull Evidence in Establishing Probable Cause for Search Warrants of Homes (268 KB PDF)
Jeremy E. Koehler

Miscellaneous Pages

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