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Procedural Environmental Justice

Jonathan Skinner-Thompson | 97 Wash. L. Rev. 399

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Victims as Instruments

Rachel J. Wechsler | 97 Wash. L. Rev. 507

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Textualism as Fair Notice?

Benjamin Minhao Chen | 97 Wash. L. Rev. 339

Procedural Environmental Justice

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Abstract: Achieving environmental justice—that is, the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income, with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement…
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The Chorus Doctrine: Promoting Sub-National Diplomacy in Regional Growth Management

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Abstract: Sub-national diplomacy, also known as paradiplomacy, occurs when sub-national actors (think cities or states) engage in international relations, either with other sub-national actors or nation-states. Though typically the province…

Copyright Protection for Works in the Language of Life

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Abstract: In 2001, the DNA Copyright Institute sought to capitalize on the fear of human cloning by offering celebrities the opportunity to use copyright to secure exclusive rights in their…

Victims as Instruments

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Abstract: Crime victims are often instrumentalized within the criminal legal process in furtherance of state prosecutorial interests. This is a particularly salient issue concerning victims of gender-based violence (GBV) because…
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The Finality of Unmodified Appellate Commissioner Rulings in Washington State

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Abstract: In Washington appellate courts, unelected court commissioners handle most of the motion practice. Some motions are minor and mostly procedural, but other motions touch on the scope of the…

Judicial Discretion is Advised: The Lack of Discretionary Appointments of Counsel for Children in Washington State Dependency Proceedings

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Abstract: State agencies initiate dependency proceedings when a child is alleged, often due to parental neglect or abuse, to be a dependent of the state. The state must intervene “hen…
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