St. Mary's Law Journal

St. Mary's Law Journal

SNEAK PEEK: Volume 52, Number 1


Targeting the Texas Citizen Participation Act: The 2019 Texas Legislature's Amendments to a Most Consequential Law
Amy Bresnen, Lisa Kaufman, & Steve Bresnen

Current Issue: Volume 51, Number 4


As the Role of the Driver Changes with Autonomous Vehicle Technology, so, Too, Must the Law Change
Nanci K. Carr

St. Mary’s University Institute on Chinese Law and Business: Remarkable Success in the First Ten Years
Robert H. Hu

Must a Friend Indeed Reveal a Friend’s Misdeed? Exploring the Merits of a Friendship Privilege
Michael D. Moberly

Reimagining the Philosophy of Evaluation, Assistance, and Certification (EAC) Project: The IALS Model Reform in Legal Education
S. G. Sreejith


Restoring the Presumption of Innocence: Protecting a Defendant’s Right to a Fair Trial by Closing the Door on 404(b) Evidence
Aaron Diaz

21 in the 21st—An Evaluation of the Tobacco Regulation Trend
Casey Kellum

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Book Review
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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