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WHEN LEGISLATURES BECOME THE ALLY OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM: THE FIRST STATE INTELLECTUAL DIVERSITY STATUTE AND ITS EFFECT ON ACADEMIC FREEDOM

– Patrick M. Garry – Abstract: In reaction to events suggesting a free speech problem on its state university campuses, the South Dakota Legislature recently passed an Intellectual Diversity Act applicable to public universities in the state. The Act coincided with President Trump’s executive order conditioning federal funding on free...

DR. JEKYLL & MR. HOLMES: A TALE OF TWO TESTAMENTS

– Stephen R. Alton – Abstract: This Article takes the form of an epistolary exchange across the centuries, comparing and contrasting two noted wills in Victorian literature. To preserve verisimilitude, the author lets these letters and emails speak for themselves, without any formal introduction, just as would have occurred in...

A NEW SYSTEM OF CONTROL OF ELECTRONIC CHATTEL PAPER: NOTIFICATION OF ASSIGNMENT

– Thomas E. Plank – Abstract: Since the beginning of the twenty-first century, contracts evidenced solely by electronic records instead of written agreements have proliferated as a result of technological developments, competitive pressures to reduce costs, and enabling legislation. An important subset of these electronic contracts consists of “electronic chattel...