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17th Apr 2020

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Liberation Theology and Political Process: A Case Study of New York City’s Mayor

10 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 68 Jonathan Cantarero* I.   Introduction Liberation theology as a religious movement focuses on...

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31st Mar 2020

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Grapes of Impact: The Family Farmer Relief Act of 2019 and Chapter 12

10 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 55 Sara Kathryn Mayson* I.  Introduction It is no secret that many American...

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29th Feb 2020

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Textualism and Title VII

10 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 32 John Vlahoplus* I.  Introduction Bostock v. Clayton County presents the question whether...

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05th Feb 2020

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Naruto v. Slater: One Small Step for a Monkey, One Giant Lawsuit for Animal-Kind

10 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 15 Matthew P. Hooker* I.  Introduction When David Slater left his camera unattended...

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08th Jan 2020

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Who Says You Can’t Go Home: Determining the Habitual Residence of Infants Under the Hague Convention

10 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 1 Caroline Hamilton* I.  Introduction After a tumultuous marriage and a difficult pregnancy,...

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30th Nov 2019

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Amateur Regulation and the Unmoored United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee

9 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 88 Dionne Koller* In the wake of the USA Gymnastics sexual abuse scandal...

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26th Oct 2019

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Stealing Home: Why Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption Should Be Eliminated in the Age of Modern Internet Streaming and Piracy

9 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 76 Jaclyn Malmed* I. Introduction: America’s Pastime Baseball is America’s pastime, but it may...

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30th Sep 2019

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“#SP” or “Thanks [BRAND]” Is Not Enough: FTC Guides For Social Media Influencers on Endorsements and Testimonials

9 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 66 Nanci K. Carr* With global advertising expenditures on the rise, social media...

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31st Aug 2019

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Eradicating the Label “Offender” from the Lexicon of Restorative Practices and Criminal Justice

9 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 53 Lynn S. Branham* This Essay enumerates three reasons for abandoning the prevailing...

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29th Apr 2019

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“May be Unlawful”: Ambiguities Surrounding Federal and State Limits on Firearm Possession by Domestic Abusers in North Carolina

9 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 41 Lanie Summerlin* I. Introduction Approximately one in three women and one in...

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31st Mar 2019

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Weaponizing FERPA: The Curious Case of DTH Media Corp. v. Folt

9 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 21 Alexander W. Prunka* I. Introduction In the era of the #MeToo movement,...

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28th Feb 2019

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Diversity Drift

9 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 14 Jonathan P. Feingold* I. Introduction Diversity may be under attack in the...