College of Law

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 47
Number 1
Fall 2015

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Susan R. Martyn Dedication Issue

Tributes & Articles

Professor Susan R. Martyn: Success Through Synergy
Daniel J. Steinbock.................................................................................................................................................... 1

Villanelle for Susan Martyn
Liz McCuskey........................................................................................................................................................... 5

Modern Love: Ethics Geek Style
Lawrence J. Fox........................................................................................................................................................ 7

Following Susan's Lead
Kara Bruce............................................................................................................................................................... 11

Mentoring and Meaning
Benjamin G. Davis.................................................................................................................................................... 15

Susan Martyn: A Role Model
Nicole Buonocore Porter........................................................................................................................................... 19

Professor Susan Martyn's Influence as Educator and Mentor
Lee A. Pizzimenti..................................................................................................................................................... 25

Taking Teaching and Learning Seriously: A Tribute to Professor Susan Martyn
Irma S. Russell......................................................................................................................................................... 31

Pushing the Boundaries of Informed Consent: Ethics in the Representation of Legally Sophisticated Clients
W. Bradley Wendel................................................................................................................................................... 39

The Lutheran Lawyer: Some Reflections on the Ethics Contributions of Susan Martyn
Marie A. Failinger.................................................................................................................................................... 63

The Fallacy of Judicial Supermajority Clauses in State Constitutions
Sandra Zellmer and Kathleen Miller......................................................................................................................... 73

Justice Department Administration of the President's Pardon Power: A Case Study in Institutional Conflict of Interest
Margaret Colgate Love............................................................................................................................................ 89

Employed Lawyers and the Attorney-Client Privilege-Parsing the Trade-Offs
Henry S. Bryans...................................................................................................................................................... 109

"Why Is There No Clear Doctrine of Informed Consent for Lawyers?"
Nancy J. Moore...................................................................................................................................................... 133

COMMENTS

Taking on the President: An Uphill Battle for House Republicans
Zachary Cheslock.................................................................................................................................................. 159

Living in a Cyber Petri Dish: Human Subject Research Regulations and Why Facebook Should Follow Them
Kayla Henderson................................................................................................................................................... 185

Removing Insult from Injury: Expunging State Criminal Records of Persons Trafficked in the Commercial Sex Trade
Samantha M. Meiers.............................................................................................................................................. 211

Northwestern University and Title IX: One Step Forward for Football Players, Two Steps Back for Female Student Athletes
Elizabeth Reinbrecht............................................................................................................................................. 243

 

 

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