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White Paper: “School Sponsorship” and Hazelwood’s Protection of Student Speech: Appropriate for all Curriculum Contexts?

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White Papers

In addition to commentaries, the Bulletin will also publish “white papers.” These papers come from a number of student sources; they could be seminar papers, class papers, or case notes that have not yet been selected for publication. The Bulletin‘s goal in publishing these materials is to provide practitioners with the background research that was done for the paper. The Bulletin hopes to create a depository of research that was done for different purposes. These papers do not undergo any substantial editing by the staff prior to publication.  There is no word limit on these papers.  The Bulletin does request that White Paper submissions focus on Nebraska and Eighth Circuit issues.

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Preventing and Suppressing Gang Crimes through Comprehensive Anti-Gang Legislation: A Solution to Nebraska’s Gang Problem

[EDITOR’S NOTE: From time to time, the Bulletin will publish “white papers.”  These papers come from a number of student sources; they could be seminar papers, class papers, or case notes that have not yet been selected for publication.  The Bulletin‘s goal in publishing these materials is to provide practitioners with the background research that was done for the paper.  In other words, we hope to create a depository of research that was done for different purposes.  We hope that readers of the Bulletin will find these papers useful and interesting.

These papers have not undergone any substantial editing by the staff prior to publication.

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Capital One Auto Finance v. Osborn, 515 F.3d 817 (8th Cir. 2008): Surrendering Proper Interpretation of the “Hanging Paragraph” to Allow an Unsecured Deficiency Claim Following Surrender of a 910-Vehicle in Chapter 13—Further Evidence of the Need for Congressional Reform

[EDITOR’S NOTE: From time to time, the Bulletin will publish “white papers.”  These papers come from a number of student sources; they could be seminar papers, class papers, or case notes that have not yet been selected for publication.  The Bulletin‘s goal in publishing these materials is to provide practitioners with the background research that was done for the paper.  In other words, we hope to create a depository of research that was done for different purposes.  We hope that readers of the Bulletin will find these papers useful and interesting.

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