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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

Read Full Article (PDF) Caleb C. Briggs * * J.D., 2024, University of Richmond School of Law; B.A., 2020, University of Virginia.  

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Choice of Law and the After-Acquired Domicile

Choice of Law and the After-Acquired Domicile

Read Full Article (PDF) The wheels of justice move slowly. There is usually a significant lapse of time between the underlying factual events prompting a dispute, the filing of a lawsuit, and an ultimate judgment. During this significant temporal lag, it is not...

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Immigration Enforcement Creep in Immigrant & Employee Rights

Immigration Enforcement Creep in Immigrant & Employee Rights

Read Full Article (PDF) As the only agency charged with enforcing the Immigration Reform and Control Act’s antidiscrimination provisions, the Immigrant and Employee Rights (“IER”) section of the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division plays an important role in...

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Preface

Preface

Read Full Article (PDF) The University of Richmond Law Review is proud to present its ninth annual issue of online scholarship. For the past nine years, the University of Richmond Law Review Online has been dedicated to publishing a diverse range of scholarly works in...

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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

Read Full Article (PDF) The University of Richmond Law Review is honored to present its Volume 58 Symposium issue, Vestiges of the Confederacy: Reckoning with the Legacy of the South. Each year, the Law Review hosts a symposium for professors, students, scholars, and...

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Myths, Mirages, and Miracles

Myths, Mirages, and Miracles

Read Full Article (PDF) In the weeks leading up to this year’s Symposium, entitled “Vestiges of the Confederacy: Reckoning with the Legacy of the South,” I have spent some time reflecting upon the title of the Symposium and what the Symposium hopes to accomplish. The...

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