St. Mary's Law Journal

St. Mary's Law Journal

Sneak Peek: Volume 52, Number 4


Police Use of Force Laws in Texas
Gerald S. Reamey


A "License to Kale"—Free Speech Challenges to Occupational Licensing of Nutrition and Dietetics
Taylor J. Newman
Angela E. Surrett

Current Issue: Volume 52, Number 2


Texas: A Weak Governor State, or Is It?
Ron Beal

“Lawyers’ Work”: Does the Court Have a Legitimacy Crisis?
Lackland H. Bloom, Jr.

The Error of the Paquete Habana: U.S. Naval Forces in the Safe Harbor of Commander-in-Chief Discretion and the Law of War
T. Nelson Collier

Campus Free Speech in the Mirror of Rising Anti-Semitism
Harry G. Hutchison

Appraising Problems, Not Stuff
Chad J. Pomeroy


With Actual Knowledge Comes Lack of Materiality: Offering a Reasonable Bright-Line Rule for the Escobar Materiality Standard
Nicholas B. Goddard

Gundy v. United States: How Justice Gorsuch’s Dissent and Changing Judicial Philosophy in Federal Courts May Lead to a Revived Nondelegation Doctrine and Diminish the Purpose of the Administrative Procedure Act
Zachary Pfrang Olvera

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Recent Content


Book Review
Roberto Rosas


Standards of Review in Texas
W. Wendell Hall and Ryan G. Anderson


Insurance Appraisal in Texas and Its Place in Coverage Litigation
Brendan K. McBride, William J. Chriss, and Matthew R. Pearson


Domestic Asset Tracing and Recovery of Hidden Assets and the Spoils of Financial Crime
Nathan Wadlinger, Carl Pacini, Nicole Stowell, William Hopwood, and Debra Sinclair


David Crump