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Gonzaga Law Review

Founded in 1966, the Gonzaga Law Review encourages development of the law through scholarly criticism and analysis. The Review publishes articles on the most current legal issues, providing a dependable research tool for practitioners and academics.

Vol. 54, No. 2 Articles:

  • How Injustice and Inequality Have Been Address (and Sometimes Ignored) by The Washington Supreme Court by Justice Mary I. Yu
  • The Eradication of Online Retailers' Tax Shelter: How South Dakota v. Wayfair Eliminated the Physical Presence Standard and Reinterpreted the Commerce Clause to Allow Collection of State Sales Tax on Remote Sellers by Aspyn S. Butzler
  • Edge v. City of Everett: How the Fourteenth and First Amendments Clash and Provide Both Too Many and Too Few First Amendment Protections by Micaela R. Meadows
  • A LOOK BACK 1985/1986 Just Dore Expresses Optimism to New Attorneys by The Honorable Fred H. Dore
  • FALL 1973 Compulsory Psychiatric Examination in Civil Commitment and the Privilege Against Self-Incrimination by Ken Fielding

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