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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 50      Number 2      Winter 2019

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LEADERSHIP IN LEGAL EDUCATION
ISSUE XV

Introduction
      D. Benjamin Barros ..................................................................................... viii

ARTICLES

Reflections on Stepping Down
      Gail B. Agrawal .......................................................................................... 189

Love’s Labors Found
      Nicholas W. Allard ..................................................................................... 199

A Dean’s Roadmap to Diversity and Inclusion: The University of Houston Law Center as a Template for Success
      Leonard M. Baynes ..................................................................................... 221

Audacious Is Not a Four Letter Word: Is Bold Big Enough for Legal Education?
      Luke Bierman ............................................................................................. 247

The Rise of the Creative Law School
      Gregory W. Bowman ................................................................................... 255

Legal Education Unbundled (and Rebundled)
      Megan M. Carpenter ................................................................................... 265

Deaning Redux—Walking It Back
      Thomas C. Galligan .................................................................................... 275

The Law School Dean Game: “What’s It Like to Be a Law School Dean?”
      Thomas Geu .............................................................................................. 281

The Judicial Dean
      J. Rich Leonard .......................................................................................... 299

Faculty Morale During and After an Emergency: UPR Law Before and After Hurricane María
      Vivian I. Neptune-Rivera ............................................................................ 303

The SULC Urban Law, Technology, & Research Academy Initiative
      John Pierre and Robert Furnier ................................................................... 315

What’s Really Wrong with Legal Education and What You Can Do About It
      Lawrence Ponoroff ..................................................................................... 323

COMMENTS

Ohio’s Wrongful Imprisonment Statute: Making It Easier to Compensate the Innocent, Exonerated, and Deserving
      Karen A. Davis ........................................................................................... 335

Rejecting Historical Cell Site Location Information as Unreliable Under Daubert and Rule 702
      Thomas J. Kirkham .................................................................................... 361

Unshackling the Chain Gang: Circumventing Partisan Arguments to Reduce Recidivism Rates Through Prison Labor
      Benjamin R. Syroka .................................................................................... 395

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