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Part V - Other Legal Decision-Making

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 February 2024

Monica K. Miller
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University of Nevada, Reno
Logan A. Yelderman
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Prairie View A & M University, Texas
Matthew T. Huss
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Creighton University, Omaha
Jason A. Cantone
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George Mason University, Virginia
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