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Richmond Law Magazine: Spring 1992 Apr 1992

Richmond Law Magazine: Spring 1992

Richmond Law Magazine

Features:

On the Future of Legal Education: A Look at the Study Carrels

Asia Watch: An Examination of the Problems of Intellectual Property Law in the Pacific Rim


University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalog Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1992-1994, University Of Richmond Feb 1992

University Of Richmond Bulletin: Catalog Of The T.C. Williams School Of Law For 1992-1994, University Of Richmond

Law School Catalogues

Method of Instruction

The educational program of the law school is designed to equip its graduates to render the highest quality of legal services, while instilling a sense of professional responsibility. Students are trained in the analysis and solution of legal problems by the application of logical reasoning. The course of study is not designed to teach legal rules, but rather to provide a foundation for the application and analysis of the law and the development of professional skills. The traditional case method of instruction is used in many courses. However, clinical education and courses devoted to various professional skills ...


Museletter: January 1992, Muse Law Library Staff Jan 1992

Museletter: January 1992, Muse Law Library Staff

Museletter

Table of Contents:

[New guide to relocated library services]

Circulation Desk; Computers; Carrels; Reading Room; Placement/Martindale-Hubbell


The Web - 1992, University Of Richmond Jan 1992

The Web - 1992, University Of Richmond

The Web

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A Century Of Psychology As Science, Sigmund Koch, David E. Leary Jan 1992

A Century Of Psychology As Science, Sigmund Koch, David E. Leary

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This reissued edition (originally published by McGraw-Hill in 1985) of A Century of Psychology as Science comprehensively assesses the accomplishments, status, and prospects of psychology at the end of its first century as a science, while offering a new postscript. The forty-three contributors are among psychology's foremost authorities. Among the fields addressed are sensory processes and perception, learning, motivation, emotion, cognition, development, personality, and social psychology.


The Promise Of The New South: Life After Reconstruction, Edward L. Ayers Jan 1992

The Promise Of The New South: Life After Reconstruction, Edward L. Ayers

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At a public picnic in the South in the 1890s, a young man paid five cents for his first chance to hear the revolutionary Edison talking machine. He eagerly listened as the soundman placed the needle down, only to find that through the tubes he held to his ears came the chilling sounds of a lynching. In this story, with its blend of new technology and old hatreds, genteel picnics and mob violence, Edward Ayers captures the history of the South in the years between Reconstruction and the turn of the century.

Ranging from the Georgia coast to the Tennessee ...


New World Adams: Conversations With Contemporary West Indian Writers, Daryl Cumber Dance Jan 1992

New World Adams: Conversations With Contemporary West Indian Writers, Daryl Cumber Dance

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In these interviews, held in the early 1980s, with twenty-two of the major writers of the English-speaking Caribbean, Daryl Dance brings together what is much more than just a valuable source book for readers of West Indian writing. The interviews are highly readable - by turns probing, combative and reflective and always absorbing. Daryl Dance brings to the interviews a rare breadth of knowledge and empathy with the work of the writers interviewed and the openly avowed insights of an African-American woman.

The writers interviewed include Michael Anthony, Louise Bennett, Jan Carew, Martin Carter and Denis Williams, Austin Clarke, Wilson Harris ...


The Speaker And The Budget: Leadership In The Post-Reform House Of Representatives, Daniel Palazzolo Jan 1992

The Speaker And The Budget: Leadership In The Post-Reform House Of Representatives, Daniel Palazzolo

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One of the most important changes in Congress in decades was the extensive congressional reforms of the 1970s, which moved the congressional budget process into the focus of congressional policy-making and shifted decision-making away from committees. This overwhelming attention to the federal budget allowed party leaders to emerge as central decision makers. Palazzolo traces the changing nature of the Speaker of the House's role in the congressional budget process from the passage of the Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 to the 100th Congress in 1988. In the early 1970s, the Speaker attended to primarily supportive and managerial ...


The Vax Book: An Introduction, John R. Hubbard Jan 1992

The Vax Book: An Introduction, John R. Hubbard

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This book is an expansion of the book, A Gentle Introduction to the Vax System. The purpose of the book is to guide the novice, step-by-step, through the initial stages of learning to use the Digital Equipment Corporation's Vax computers, running under the VMS operating system (Version 5.0 or later). As a tutorial for beginners, this book assumes no previous experience with computers.


Heidegger And The Earth: Essays In Environmental Philosophy, Ladelle Mcwhorter Jan 1992

Heidegger And The Earth: Essays In Environmental Philosophy, Ladelle Mcwhorter

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Though each essayist presents his or her thinking as it has arisen out of the texts of Martin Heidegger, as this brief overview surely makes clear, the thoughts a reader will encounter here are diverse and perhaps at points conflicting. However, the essayists' differences in many cases actually grow out of a common sense, namely, a sense of urgency born of the knowledge that for many regions of the earth and for many of the beings within them time is running out. The book itself, including its conflicting assertions, is the embodiment of a kind of anxiety and a kind ...


Celebrating Garden Genius : A Handbook To Selected Gardens By Charles F. Gillette, Charles F. Gillette Forum, W. John Hayden, Sheila M. Hayden Jan 1992

Celebrating Garden Genius : A Handbook To Selected Gardens By Charles F. Gillette, Charles F. Gillette Forum, W. John Hayden, Sheila M. Hayden

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Celebrating Garden Genius : A Handbook to Selected Gardens by Charles F. Gillette was created as part of the 1992 Charles F. Gillette Forum at The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia. W. John Hayden, Professor of Biology at the University of Richmond, and Sheila Hayden, Biology Research Associate at the University of Richmond, served as editors of the handbook.

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Charles F. Gillette
(1886-1969)

Arriving in Richmond on November 9, 1911 —a dull, damp, dreary day—Charles F. Gillette began his career in the Southeast as "clerk of the record" for landscape architect Warren Manning, who, working with architects ...