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Peter H. Huang

:57 PM, Above the Law, http://abovethelaw.com/2015/01/if-youre-in-law-school-youre-probably-depressed/ and chronic stress. Barbara Glesner Fines, Law School and Stress , LawLifeline, http://www.lawlifeline.org/articles/458-law-school-and-stress Unfortunately, many law students also report engaging in high levels of substance abuse to cope with anxiety and depression, Jerome M. Organ, David B. Jafee, & Katherine M. Bender, Suffering in Silence: The Survey of Law Student Well-Being and the Reluctance of Law Students to Seek Help for Substance Use and Mental

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Joseph D’Agostino

-Essentialism , 29 Ratio Juris 182–214 (2016); James Boyle, The Politics of Reason: Critical Legal Theory and Local Social Thought , 133 U. Pa. L. Rev. 685 (1985); David Alan Sklansky, Too Much Information: How Not to Think About Privacy and the Fourth Amendment , 102 Cal. L. Rev.1069 (2014); Stuart P. Green, The Concept of White Collar Crime in Law and Legal Theory , 8 Buff. Crim. L. Rev. 1, 29 (2004); Andrew Koppelman, The Troublesome Religious Roots of Religious Neutrality , 84 Notre Dame L. Rev. 865, 880-81 (2009); Kent Greenawalt, Religion as a Concept in Constitutional

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Troy L. Harris

Church “government” and “discipline.” But those abstract themes were embodied in concrete ways, namely, the ecclesiastical courts. Indeed, the principal combatants in the Bangorian Controversy were well aware that their ideas had consequences for the Church’s courts. The title of Hoadly’s sermon (“The Nature of the Kingdom, or Church, of Christ”) pointed to the fundamental premise of Hoadly’s argument: the Church was nothing more nor less than the Kingdom of Christ, which, as Christ told Pilate, was not of this world. John 18:36. Because Christ was the sovereign

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Thomas Halper

). or for a driver stopped for a violation to misrepresent himself as a policeman. United States v. Chappell, 691 U.S. F.3d 388 (4 th Cir. 2012). Are systematic lies – for example, the traditional practice of doctors keeping bad news from patients “for their own good” – worse than individualistic lies – I tell my wife I was working late at the office, when I was actually engaged in a liaison with a mistress? It depends on the circumstances. More than this, if we conceive speech as a principal means of connecting with other persons, combatting isolation and