De Jure is the new online platform of the UMKC Law Review. It exists to promote a greater, interactive dialogue about legal issues that are in flux and impacted daily by court rulings, Congressional action or inaction, international affairs and political pressures. De Jure is a platform for practicioners, judges, professors, members of Law Review and others happily immersed in the complexities of legal issues, to communicate their views and challenge others in theirs. It promotes a fluid exchange of ideas in an effort to impact law and its interpretation for the good of all.
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- 2018-2019 Staff Members
- Fall Student Comment Selections
- 2018-2019 Executive Board Named
- Dukes of Hazard: Rule 23(a)(2) Commonality Post Wal-Mart v. Dukes by Padraic Corcoran
- No Fault Means No Benefits: “Misconduct” as Defined by Missouri’s Employment Security Law by Zachary J. Cloutier
- Affirmative Action and the Struggle Against Systematic Oppression: How Race-Based Admissions are not a Threat to America by Linda Adeniji
- The Central Tibetan Administration: Legal State or Mere Organization by Jennifer Tuel
- A Comparison of Kansas and Missouri Health Care Grievance Procedures, and the Need for a Unified Process at the Federal Level by Zhiyuan Liao