School of Law
No. 1 (2002)
Cover and Front Matter, Volume 28, Number 1University of Dayton
A Product of Compromise: Or Why Non-Pecuniary Damages Should Not Be Recoverable under Section 2605 of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures ActGeorge S. Mahaffey Jr.
The Next Step in Second Amendment Analysis: Incorporating the Right to Bear Arms into the Fourteenth AmendmentJanice Baker
The Obvious Need for Deference: Federal Circuit Review of Patent and Trademark Office Determinations of Mixed Questions of Law and FactDennis J. Harney
Common Scents: Establishing a Presumption of Reliability for Detector Dog Teams Used in Airports in Light of the Current Terrorist ThreatDave Hunter
Mounting a Fair Use Defense to the Anti-Circumvention Provisions of the Digital Millenium Copyright ActPete Singer