A View of Campus Safety Law in Higher Education and the Merits of Enterprise Risk Management

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Wayne Law Review


This Article will describe the convention mode used to ratify the Twenty-First Amendment. It will first outline some of the concerns underlying the choice of the convention method. It will then review the debate over whether Congress or the states held the power to regulate the state conventions. It will then briefly review some of the procedures adopted by the states and the conduct of the conventions themselves. It will conclude with a discussion of a few lessons a proponent of a proposing convention should draw from the experience of the Twenty-First Amendment.