Law Review Issues: Volume 41 (2016)
- Kristin Richards, EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc.: Religious Discrimination
- Sarah Willey, Challenges to the “Killing State”: Eighth Amendment Concerns in Warner v. Gross
- Valrie Chambers, Cynthia Bolt-Lee & Brian Elzweig, The Effect of a Taxpayer Advocate Order on Tolling the Taxpayer Statute of Limitations
- Marty Ludlum & Darrell Ford, Katie’s Law: Oklahoma’s Second Puff of Medical Marijuana
- Kayla J. Cawood, The Potential for Production: Regulating Oklahoma’s Wind Estate and Encouraging Sustainable Wind Energy Development
- Breanna Cary, Differing Interpretations of the “Membership in a Particular Social Group” Category and Their Effects on Refugees
- Caleb Lueck, The End of a Dynasty: A Comment on Milner v. Department of the Navy
- Katie N. Wagner, Doctoring an Inmate’s Basic Rights: Inmate Healthcare and Fourte v. Faulkner County
- Bob Burke, The Evolution of Workers’ Compensation Law in Oklahoma: Is the Grand Bargain Still Alive?
- Emily Elizabeth Green, Finding a Balance Between Hiring Ex-Offenders and Protecting Private Employers in Oklahoma— The Need to Reform the Negligent-Hiring Standard, Enact a Fair-Chance Policy, and Establish a Statutory Presumption Against Negligent Hiring
- Brooke Ballard, Moore v. Warr Acres: Expansion of Oklahoma’s Public Policy Exception to the At-Will Employment Doctrine
- Debra Davis, Following the Public Policy Exception: Does This Exception Still Accomplish Its Original Goal?
- Elke Meeùs, Informed Consent: Oklahoma Pursues Its Sweeping Reforms of the Informed-Consent Doctrine. But What Are Its Limits?