The advent of DNA, which legal scholar Keith Findley calls "the scientific arbiter of truth" in the California Western Law Review, Volume 38, opened unprecedented opportunities for evaluating the quality of the U.
What does CWLR stand for?
CWLR stands for California Western Law Review (est. 1965; California Western School of Law; San Diego, CA)
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- Caution and Warning Limit Module
- Civil War Library and Museum (now Civil War and Underground Railroad Museum of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA)
- Cumulative Working Level Months
- Ciscoworks LAN Management Solution (Cisco course)
- Child Welfare League of Nigeria (Kaduna, Nigeria)
- Crumbling Wall Log (quorum protocol)
- Capacitated Warehouse Location Problem (operations research)
- Center for Work-Life Policy
- City Water, Light & Power (Springfield, Illinois)
- Compliant Wafer Level Package (chemical engineering)
- Civil War Lodge of Research (Virginia)
- Consult for Women and Land Rights (Indian access organization)
- Canadian Well Logging Society
- Center for Weight Loss Surgery
- Child Welfare Law Specialist (National Association of Counsel for Children)
- Child Welfare Legal Services (Gainesville, FL)
- Cisco Wireless LAN Security
- Complete Weight Loss Surgery
- Culture, Welsh Language and Sport Committee (National Assembly for Wales; UK)
- Cisco Wireless LAN Support Specialist
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Garubo was Editor-in-Chief of the California Western Law Review in 1984-1985.