U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev.
Iss. 3 (2015)
Making the Peg Fit the Hole: A Superior Solution to the Inherant Problems of Incorporated DefinitionsLindsey P. Gustafson
The Arkansas Supreme Court’s Unconstitutional Power Grab in Arkansas Department of Human Services V. Shelby and the Judiciary’s Authority in Child-Welfare CasesJerald A. Sharum
Bias in Disguise: The Constitutional Problems of Arkansas’s Intrastate Commerce Improvement ActJohn M. A. DiPippa
Environmental Law—Regulation of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations—Reducing the Nuisance: How Arkansas Can Use Its Right-To-Farm Statute to Protect Against the Destruction of CAFOsKristin Titley
Constitutional Law—Fifth Amendment and Takings—Courts and the Judicial Process Will Impede Orderly City Development by Limiting Local Governments’ Use of Exactions in Development Planning. Koontz V. St. Johns River Water Management District, 133s. Ct. 2586 (2013).Rebecca L. Matlock