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On April 28, 2016, Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Mehrer pulled over a pickup truck based on a single known fact: the truck was registered to an unlicensed driver. The State of Kansas prosecuted the truck’s driver, Mr. Charles Glover, for operating the vehicle with a revoked license. Mr. Glover, in turn, filed a motion to suppress, in which he alleged that the stop itself was unconstitutional and that all of the ensuing fruits — including the officer’s observation of Mr. Glover sitting behind the wheel — should thus be excluded from evidence under the Fourth Amendment.

Volume 2 Issue 2


Madison v. Alabama: An Analysis and Future Considerations

by Kaleb Byars, University of Tennessee College of Law 2021

Editor-in-Chief, Tennessee Law Review 2020-2021

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 154 (2020)

Suo Moto Powers of the CCI: A Road Mired With Procedural Potholes

by Professor Prateek Bhattacharya, Jindal Global Law School

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 233 (2020)

International Diamond Laws and Africa: Purportedly Helping African Nations by Preventing Them From Exporting Precious Natural Resources

by Professor Kenneth L. Lewis, Jr., Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 171 (2020)

A State-Circuit Split: Reconciling Tennessee Damage Caps after Lindenberg and McClay

by Bailey D. Barnes, University of Tennessee College of Law 2021

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 201 (2020)

A Game of Telephone: Why §1972 Should Not Apply to Pro Se Litigants

by Pierce Schultz, University of Florida Levin College of Law 2021

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 215 (2020)

Volume 2 Issue 1

The Fair Administration of Justice  in International Courts

The Judge Posner Doctrine as a Method to Reform the Italian Civil Justice System

by Professor Cesare Cavallini, Bocconi Law School of Milan

and Stefania Cirillo, Bocconi Law School of Milan

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 8 (2020)

Introducing Mandatory Mediation to Egypt’s Administrative Courts: Two Feasible Approaches

by Judge Mahmoud Elsaman, State Council of Egypt 

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 55 (2020)

Independence of Judiciary and Judges and Techniques of Interpretation in Japan

by Professor Yuichiro Tsuji, Meiji University Law School

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 76 (2020)

Should We Teach (A Bit Of) U.S. Civil Procedure in the European Law Schools?

by Professor Cesare Cavallini, Bocconi Law School of Milan

and Marcello Gaboardi, Bocconi Law School of Milan

2 Cts. & Just. L.J. 109 (2020)

Volume 1 Issue 2

Interplay of the Fourth Amendment in Implied Con-sent Statutes and Warrantless Chemical Testing in Impaired Driving Cases

by the Honorable Mary A. Celeste and Tandis Taghavi

1 Cts. & Just. L.J. 200 (2019)

Does a Trial Penalty Exist in a Criminal Justice System that Provides a Right to Jury Sentencing?

by Kate Doyle Feingold, JD  and Amy Dezember, George Mason University 

1 Cts. & Just. L.J. 168 (2019)

Volume 1 Issue 1

The Irrelevance of Jurisdictionality in Fort Bend County v. Davis

by Professor Scott Dodson, UC Hastings College of the Law

1 Cts. & Just. L.J. 16 (2019)

Yale Law School Commencement Address Class of 2019

by Neal K. Katyal, Partner, Hogan Lovells; Former Acting Solicitor General; Saunders Professor Georgetown Law

1 Cts. & Just. L.J. 101 (2019)

Genetic Standing: The Constitutionality of Familial DNA Searching on Genea-logical Research Databases

by Emily M. Strak, Regent University School of Law 2020

1 Cts. & Just. L.J. 44 (2019)

Police Force Organ to Support the ICC’s Judg-ments and Arrest Warrants: A Proposition to Amend Article 86 of the Rome Statute

by Humoud Y. Alfadhli, Emory University School of Law SJD/PhD 2021

1 Cts. & Just. L.J. 23 (2019)

A Letter from the Editor: When Can a Judge Write?

by Daniel M. Coble, Editor

1 Cts. & Just. L.J. 9 (2019)


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