SSRN provides open access to faculty research and publications. Articles in this month's UofL Law School research paper series focus on the past, present and future. Librarian Kurt Metzmeier brings the past to life with a historical account of slavery in Kentucky, as viewed through a detailed examination of one family and the execution of an antebellum era will. Law school faculty present two current snapshots of distinct aspects of the law in pieces by Professor Jamie Abrams addressing the present concerns in teaching law under new ABA accreditation standards, and by Professor Manning Warren examining the results of Congress's attempt to boost businesses through an exemption for publicly offered private placements. Meanwhile, Professors Mark and Laura Rothstein work together in a piece that looks to the future by predicting ways in which the increasingly common procedures for genome sequencing may ultimately be used in real property transactions.
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