Volume 2 – 2019 (To be published in Fall 2019)


Volume 1 – 2017-2018 (Available via HeinOnline)

Symposium 2017: Practical Perspectives on Issues in Criminal Law

Pursuing the Guilty and Protecting the Innocent Through Smart ProsecutionAmy Weirich
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It’s Amazing What You Can Find in Those Books: Underutilized Rules for the Criminal Law PractitionerWade Davies
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Public Defense in Tennessee: Public Pretense?Dawn Deaner
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Prosecutorial Ethics and Wrongful ConvictionsVictor S. (Torry) Johnson
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Judicial PanelChief Justice Jeffrey S. Bivens, Judge Timothy L. Easter, Judge Joseph A. Woodruff, Judge Angelita B. Dalton
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Symposium 2018: Title IX Reform and its Effect on the Criminal Law Field

Title IX From a Coordinator’s PerspectiveKathy Hargis and Stephanie Roth
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Title IX Policy Changes from an Administrative Law PerspectiveAmy Moore
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The Difficulties in Protecting an Accused’s RightsMary Margaret (Meg) Penrose
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Perspectives on Title IX from a General Counsel’s OfficeJeff Farrar and Lawrence Pendleton
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Prosecuting and Defending Campus Assaults: Practitioners’ PerspectivesVictor S. (Torry) Johnson
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Criminal Law in Practice Series: Jury SelectionRob McGuire
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Criminal Law in Practice Series: Appellate Procedure PanelLeslie Price and Jeff DeVasher
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Collaborative Case Comment: State v. PerrierNickolas Bolduc and Dakota Dexter
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Collaborative Case Comment: State v. TrentBen Raybin and Juliana Lamar
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Collaborative Case Comment: State v. ClaytonAmanda Gentry and Kendahl Shoemaker-Luce
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Student Note: The Gap Between Martinez and Davila: Serving the Next Generation of Federal Habeas Corpus CasesLexie Ward
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Student Note: Anything You Spit Can Be Used Against YouJuliana Lamar
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