Latest Issue

Volume 13, Issue 1 (Summer 2018)

Comment

Rethinking Title VII’s Protections Against Sex Discrimination in an Employment Context: Hively v. Ivy Tech Cmty. Coll., 853 F.3d 339 (7th Cir. 2017)
Tyler Corcoran

Articles

Now is the Winter of Ginsburg’s Dissent: Unifying the Circuit Split as to Preliminary Injunctions and Establishing a Sliding Scale Test
Taylor Payne

Tennessee’s Death Penalty Lottery
Bradley A. MacLean and H. E. Miller, Jr.

Appendices

App. 1: Report on Survey of Tennessee First Degree Murder Cases and Capital Cases During the 40-Year Period From July 1, 1977, to June 30, 2017
H. E. Miller, Jr.

App. 2: Tennessee Trials in Which Death Sentences Were Imposed During the Period 7/1/1977 Through 6/30/2017

App. 3: List of Tennessee Capital Cases Granted Relief on Grounds of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel During the 40-Year Period 7/1/1977–6/30/2017

App. 4: Chart of Sixth Circuit Voting in Tennessee Capital Habeas Cases

App. A: Tennessee Adult Defendant with Sustained First Degree Murder Convictions (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. B: Tennessee Sustained Adult First Degree Murder Convictions (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With NO Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. C: Juvenile Defendants Convicted of First Degree Murder (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. D: Juvenile Defendants Convicted of First Degree Murder (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) With NO Rule 12 Reports Excel

App. E: Adult and Juvenile Defendants With Sustained First Degree Murder by Grand Division County During Period of July 1, 1977, to June 30, 2017 Excel

App. F: Adult Defendants Convicted of Sustained First Degree Murder Convictions (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) By Grand Division, County, Rule 12 or NO Rule 12 Report Excel

App. G: Defendants With Sustained First Degree Murder Convictions of Multiple Victims With Number and Age of Victims (7/1/1977–6/30/2017) Plus Rule 12 Report Filed (Yes/No) Excel

App. H: Trials in Which Death Sentences Were Imposed During the Period of 7/1/1977-6/30/2017 Word

News

Symposium: Feb. 22, 2018

The Annual Symposium has been set for February 22, 2018 at The University of Tennessee College of Law. The title is Healing Appalachia: The Role of Professionals in Solving the Opioid Crisis. The Keynote Speaker will be Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Eric Eyre.