New North Dakota Law Review, Volume 95, Number 3 (2020) now available online

The new issue of the North Dakota Law Review, Issue 95, Number 3 (2020) is now available to view online.

ARTICLES INCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE:

The North Dakota Constitution: An Original Approach Since 1889 – Jerod Tufte

100 Years of Women’s Suffrage: Celebrating Pilgrims on the Journey for Equality-One Step at a Time – Katie Carpenter & Lisa Fair McEvers

Digging for Roots in All the Wrong Places: Rethinking the Use of Secret Drafting Documents in Interpreting the North Dakota Constitution – Nicholas S. Samuelson

A Privacy Law Invasion from the West Coast or Nothing to Worry About? The Impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act in North Dakota – Jeremy Straub & Joseph Vacek

The Establishment Clause Forbids Coercion, Not Cooperation, Between Church and State: How the Direct Coercion Test Should Replace the Lemon Test – Charles Adside, III

Can I Get Your Name Please? Not Unless You Want to Go to Jail – Jeremy Straub & Joseph Vacek

NOTES INCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE:

Federal Jury Service: North Dakota Should Amend Its Federal Jury Plan to Supplement the Source of Names of Potential Jurors – Katie Winbauer

NORTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT REVIEW

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NORTH DAKOTA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION