N.C. L. Rev.
No. 2 (2007)
Table of Contents - Issue 2North Carolina Law Review
Defending the Right of Self-Representation: An Empirical Look at the Pro Se Felony DefendantErica J. Hashimoto
Poor Whites, Benevolent Masters, and the Ideologies of Slavery: The Local Trial of a Slave Accused of RapeJason A. Gillmer
Reforming the Taxation of Deferred CompensationEthan Yale and Gregg D. Polsky
Enemy Combatants in the War on Terror and the Implications for the U.S. Armed ForcesMichael Petrusic
The Securities Act of 1933 after SLUSA: Federal Class Actions Belong in Federal CourtWilliam B. Snyder Jr.
Seeing through the Smoke and Fog: Applying a Consistent Public Duty Doctrine in North Carolina after Myers v. McGradyRyan Rich
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