North Dakota Law ReviewVolume 86, Number 3 (2010)

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86 N. D. L. Rev. 505
The Law of Unintended Consequences: The North Dakota Supreme Court Recognizes the Right to a Jury Trial for Noncriminal Traffic Offenses in Riemers v. Eslinger
- Peter Welte

86 N. D. L. Rev. 521
A Need for Clarification: North Dakota's Abandoned Mineral Statute
- Sara K. Sorenson


86 N. D. L. Rev. 535
Filling the Gap: Addressing the Potential Impact of North Dakota Adopting Legislation Creating a New Entity— The Low Profit Limited Liability Company
- Mark R. Krogstad

86 N. D. L. Rev. 559
Property Exempt from Process—How House Bill 1039 Updated and Clarified North Dakota's Outdated Exemption Scheme, and a Call for Further Reform
- Sara Monson


86 N. D. L. Rev. 587
Schools—Handicapped Children:
The United States Supreme Court Rules that the 1997 Amendments to Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Do Not Categorically Bar Tuition Reimbursement for Unilateral Private-School Placements
Forest Grove School District v. T.A., 129 S. Ct. 2484 (2009)
- Dennis Ingold

86 N. D. L. Rev. 619
Constitutional Law—Elections:
Citizens Divided: Balancing the First Amendment Right to Free Speech and the Role of Private Corporations in Our Nation's Elections
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 130 S. Ct. 876 (2010)
- Nathan R. Martindale

86 N. D. L. Rev. 641
Intellectual Property—Patents:
The United States Supreme Court Clarifies the Test for Patent Eligibility of Processes
Bilski v. Kappos, 130 S. Ct. 3218 (2010)
- Rebecca L. Binstock

86 N. D. L. Rev. 667
When an Interested Party Must Object, and Exempting Property with the Intention of Retaining Possession
Schwab v. Reilly, 130 S. Ct. 2652 (2010)
- Jonathan L. Voigt

86 N. D. L. Rev. 689
Schools—District Liability:
Political Subdivision Liability and School Duties Prevail Over Recreational Use Immunity
M.M. v. Fargo Public School District No. 1, 2010 ND 102, 783 N.W.2d 806
- Vanessa Anderson