Volumes 36.1 – 36.4

Volume 36.4


  • Employer-Based Health Care Insurance: Not So Exceptional After All- by David Orentlicher
  • Achieving Real Parity: Increasing Access to Treatment for Substance Use Disorders Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Mental Health and Addition Equity Act- by Michael C. Barnes and Stacey L. Worthy
  • Health Care Reform: Treatment Effectiveness Information Nationwide- by Robert B. Leflar
  • Brown v. Board of Education and National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius: A Comparative Analysis of Social Change- by Brian G. Gilmore


  • CONTRACT LAW—No Faith in Arkansas’s approach to the Implied Duty of Good Faith. Arkansas Research Medical Testing, LLC v. Osborne, 2011 Ark. 158, 2011 WL 1423993- by Kathleen Lestage
  • HEALTH LAW—A Call For the Arkansas General Assembly to Modernize the Standard of Care Requirement in Medical Malpractice Cases. Broussard v. St. Edward Mercy Health System, Inc., 2012 Ark. 14, 386 S.W.3d 385- by Jarred Kibbey


Volume 36.3


  • The Many Connections Between Well-Being and Professionalism in the Practice of Law: Implications for Teaching- by Todd David Peterson
  • The Emotionally Intelligent Law Professor: A Lesson from the Breakfast Club- by Heidi K. Brown
  • Cultivating Professional Identity & Creating Community: A Tale of Two Innovations- by Jan L. Jacobowitz
  • On Engagement: Learning to Pay Attention- by R. Lisle Baker and Daniel P. Brown
  • The Role of Mindfulness in the Ongoing Evolution of Legal Education- by Scott L. Rogers
  • Think Like a (Mindful) Lawyer: Incorporating Mindfulness, Professional Identity, and Emotional Intelligence into the First Year Law Curriculum- by Nathalie Martin
  • Lawyer Assistance Programs: Bridging the Gap- by Dr. Sarah Cearley
  • The Chicken or the Egg? Public Service Orientation and Lawyer Well-Being- by Melissa H. Weresh


  • BANKRUPTCY—Confusion and Ambiguity: The Post-BAPCPA Uncertainty Concerning the Ride-Through Option in the Eighth Circuit- by Kate Davidson

Survey of Legislation:

  • 2013 Arkansas General Assembly


Volume 36.2


  • Introduction—Papers From the 2013 American Society of Comparative Law Annual Meeting- by Kenneth S. Gallant and Sarah Howard Jenkins
  • Globalization and Private International Law in Commonwealth Africa- by Richard Frimpong Oppong
  • The Snowden Revelations, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the Divide Between U.S.-EU in Data Privacy Protection- by Ioanna Tourkochoriti


  • MUNICIPAL LAW—Municipal Police Power & Its Adverse Effects on Small Businesses in Arkansas: A Proposal for Reform- by Justin Craig
  • CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—Unauthorized Practice of Law: Driving Legal Business Without a License, LegalZoom, Inc., and Campbell v. Asbury Automotive, Inc., 2011 Ark. 157, 381 S.W.3d 21- by Pierce G. Hunter
  • CIVIL PROCEDURE—Reassessing Personal Jurisdiction in Arkansas and the Eighth Circuit After Goodyear Dunlop Tires Operations v. Brown, 131 S. Ct. 2846 (2011) and McIntyre Machinery, Ltd. v. Nicastro, 131 S. Ct. 2780 (2011)- by Kathy McCarroll


Volume 36.1


  • The Hands of the State: The Failure to Vacate Statute and Residential Tenants’ Rights in Arkansas- by Lynn Foster
  • A Case For a Bill Recognizing Primary Assumption of Risk as Limiting Liability for Persons and Providers Who Take Part in Sports & Recreational Activities- by J. Russell Versteeg


  • Crapping Out With Crime Statistics- by Robert Steinbuch


  • Education—Student-Teacher Relationship—Should Teachers Be Held to a Higher Standard? Understanding the Laws Governing Sexual Relationships Between Students and Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools—Paschal v. State, 2012 Ark. 127, 388 S.W.3d 429- by Katelyn Burch Busy
  • Constitutional Law—School Integration Reform—A Call for Desegregation Policies That Are More Than Skin Deep- by Nikki L. Cox
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