The University of Memphis Law Review

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Articles from Vol. 44, No. 1, Fall

All Losers Should Pay in Tennessee: How to Amend T.C.A. Section 20-12-119 to Deter Meritless Claims
I. Introduction.......................................................................183II. Historical Background of Fee-Shifting Statutes.......187A. Federal Efforts to Implement Attorney Fee-Shifting........188B. Attorney 's Fee Awards in Tennessee................................190III....
Changing Focus and Exposing a Solution: Using Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act to Defeat Tennessee's Voter Photo ID Law
I. INTRODUCTION.........................................................................230II. BACKDROP: WHERE WE HAVE BEEN AND WHERE WE ARE TODAY..............................................................................234A. Voting Requirements...
Personal Jurisdiction as a Mandatory Rule
I. Personal Jurisdiction as a Mandatory Rule....................3A. The Limits of "Jurisdiction ".................................................51. The Supreme Court's Recent Decisions............................52. Lessons from the Supreme Court....................................12B....
Physician-Patient Confidentiality in Health Care Liability Actions: HIPAA's Preemption of Ex Parte Interviews with Treating Physicians through the Obstacle Test
I. Introduction 98II. Background: Evolution of Tennessee Law Permitting Ex Parte Interviews 101A. Tennessee Law Prior to Section 121(f): The Implied Covenant of Confidentiality and the Risk of Improper Disclosures 102B. "The Givens Fix": Working Around...
The Intersection of CLS and Hosanna-Tabor: The Ministerial Exception Applied to Religious Student Organizations
I. INTRODUCTION.........................................................................142II. DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS............146A. The "Religion-As-Speech" Cases.....................................147B. Smith 's Limitation...
The Scandal of Disenchantment: Blind Spots in Modern Anglo-American Approaches to the History and Politics of International Law
I. Introduction: The Scandal of Disenchantment............41II. The History of an Illusion: Debunking the Disenchantment T hesis..................................................47A. Early Modern Law as the Mask of God..............................48B....
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