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Prof. Scott J. Glick’s Piece on Consequence, 4th Amendment Analysis to Be Lead Journal Article

Scott J. Glick '81, Director of the Hofstra Law in D.C. Externship Program and Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

An article by Professor Scott J. Glick ’81, “Consequence, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and the Fourth Amendment’s ‘No-Win’ Scenario,” was selected as the lead article for Volume 90 of the Indiana Law Journal.

The article, which will be published in the fall of 2014, explores the issue of whether consequence — that is, the nature and gravity of the harm the government seeks to prevent — should ever play an outcome-determinative role in a Fourth Amendment analysis.

Read Professor Glick’s article.

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