Brigham Young University Law Review

Brigham Young University Law Review is a magazine focusing on Law

Articles from Vol. 2013, No. 1, 2013

Contract and Choice
This Article contributes to an ongoing debate, afoot in academic, legal, and policy circles, over the future of consumer arbitration. Utilizing a newly available database of credit card agreements, the Article offers an in-depth examination of dispute...
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Government Disapproval of Religion
The Supreme Court's "endorsement test" for evaluating the constitutionality of government sponsored symbols, displays, and messages regarding religion is notoriously controversial and has engendered enormous scholarly attention. In addition to government...
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The End of Shareholder Litigation? Allowing Shareholders to Customize Enforcement through Arbitration Provisions in Charters and Bylaws
Shareholder litigation has been heavily criticized for its inability to compensate harmed shareholders or deter managerial misconduct. While some have suggested abolishing shareholder litigation altogether, this Article takes a more moderate approach....
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The Legality of Armed Drone Strikes against U.S. Citizens within the United States
I. IntroductionThe passage of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 drew heated criticism from both sides of the political spectrum1 because it hinted that the U.S. military could, if necessary, detain a U.S. citizen on U.S. soil...
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Walking a Thin Blue Line: Balancing the Citizen's Right to Record Police Officers against Officer Privacy
I. INTRODUCTIONOne bystander with a cell phone can change an individual's encounter with law enforcement from an unprovable allegation of abuse to a media sensation. Audio and video recording, a capability in nearly every American's pocket, has changed...
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