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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. 1 Articles:

Law and Poetry: A Fresh Perspective on Training Today’s Law Students, Tomorrow’s Advocates – Viviana I. Vaisu

Value of Improving Funding for Indigent Defense and Recommendations for Implementation – Aditi Juneja and Nidhi Vij Mali

The Need for Higher Punishment: Lock Up the Real Drug Dealers – Ty McCoy

“The Prevailing Muddle”: Revising 8 C.F.R. § 1239.2(f) to Bridge the Gap Between Naturalization and Removal – Anna Accomazzo Miller

Rohrabacher-Blumenauer Amendment, Case Law and the Department of Justice: Who Prevails in the Medical Marijuana Legalization Debate? – Florence Shu-Acquaye

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