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A Student Defense Of Student Edited Journals: In Response To Professor Roger Cramton, Phil Nichols Dec 1987

A Student Defense Of Student Edited Journals: In Response To Professor Roger Cramton, Phil Nichols

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Indemnity Under Workers’ Compensation: Recognizing A Special Legal Relationship Between Manufacturer And Employer, Karen M. Moran Dec 1987

Indemnity Under Workers’ Compensation: Recognizing A Special Legal Relationship Between Manufacturer And Employer, Karen M. Moran

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Inspection And Discovery Of State Records In Alaska, Margot O. Knuth Dec 1987

Inspection And Discovery Of State Records In Alaska, Margot O. Knuth

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff Dec 1987

Journal Staff

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Local Hire Laws: Alaska’S Futile Attempts At Preferential Treatment, Sandra J. Hardgrove Dec 1987

Local Hire Laws: Alaska’S Futile Attempts At Preferential Treatment, Sandra J. Hardgrove

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Shareholders’ Agreements In Alaska After Hikita V. Nichiro Gyogyo Kaisha, Ltd., B. Neil S. Clarke Dec 1987

Shareholders’ Agreements In Alaska After Hikita V. Nichiro Gyogyo Kaisha, Ltd., B. Neil S. Clarke

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tribal Powers To Regulate Hunting In Alaska, Heather Noble Dec 1987

Tribal Powers To Regulate Hunting In Alaska, Heather Noble

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Nitz V. State: Skewing The Evidentiary Rules To Prosecute Child Molesters, Joel Michael Cohen Dec 1987

Nitz V. State: Skewing The Evidentiary Rules To Prosecute Child Molesters, Joel Michael Cohen

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Seat Belt Issue: Judicial Disregard For Legislative Action, Terri Stein Dec 1987

The Seat Belt Issue: Judicial Disregard For Legislative Action, Terri Stein

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Guide To Critical Legal Studies, David L. Gregory Dec 1987

A Guide To Critical Legal Studies, David L. Gregory

Duke Law Journal

Review of: A Guide to Critical Legal Studies. By Mark Kelman. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England, 1987.


Liberalism Doesn’T Exist, Stanley Fish Dec 1987

Liberalism Doesn’T Exist, Stanley Fish

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Evolutionism, Creationism, And Treating Religion As A Hobby, Stephen L. Carter Dec 1987

Evolutionism, Creationism, And Treating Religion As A Hobby, Stephen L. Carter

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Tort Law And The Alternatives: Some Anglo-American Comparisons, P. S. Atiyah Dec 1987

Tort Law And The Alternatives: Some Anglo-American Comparisons, P. S. Atiyah

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff Dec 1987

Journal Staff

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Emerging Alternatives To Mutual Funds: Unit Investment Trusts And Other Fixed Portfolio Investment Vehicles, Thomas S. Harman Dec 1987

Emerging Alternatives To Mutual Funds: Unit Investment Trusts And Other Fixed Portfolio Investment Vehicles, Thomas S. Harman

Duke Law Journal

Thomas Harman offers a comprehensive analysis of the Unit Investment Trust. First, he defines the trust, examining the mechanics and participants associated with it. He then traces the development of the trust since its inception as a "fixed trust." Next he discusses the regulation of the trust by the Securites Acts of 1933 and 1940. Finally, he compares the unit investment trust with other investment vehicles.


The International Patent System And Third World Development: Reality Or Myth?, A. Samuel Oddi Nov 1987

The International Patent System And Third World Development: Reality Or Myth?, A. Samuel Oddi

Duke Law Journal

This article examines the impact on Third World countries of their membership in the international patent system. Professor Oddi begins by discussing the traditional rationale for the existence of a patent system. He concludes that although this rationale may have some validity for developed countries, the rationale is not applicable to developing countries. The institution of a patent system in a developing country may confer significant social costs on that country; membership in the international patent system may exacerbate those costs. For those countries that do belong to the international patent system, Professor Oddi suggests changes to ameliorate the costs ...


Journal Staff Nov 1987

Journal Staff

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Federalism, Congress, The States And The Tenth Amendment: Adrift In The Cellophane Sea, William Van Alstyne Nov 1987

Federalism, Congress, The States And The Tenth Amendment: Adrift In The Cellophane Sea, William Van Alstyne

Duke Law Journal

Like Gaul, this essay is divided into three parts. The first two parts are adapted from a public address delivered at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, as part of its Bicentennial series, in 1987. The third part was added later, originally as an Addendum Note. The general subject was introduced by the moderator, Mr. Robert MacCrate, President of the American Bar Association, who put the following question: "Where does the federalism of the Constitution stand today?" Professor Martha Field of the Harvard Law School presented a paper in first response. This paper then followed ...


The Constitution In The Supreme Court: Civil Rights And Liberties, 1930-1941, David P. Currie Nov 1987

The Constitution In The Supreme Court: Civil Rights And Liberties, 1930-1941, David P. Currie

Duke Law Journal

This is the latest in Professor Currie's continuing series on the historical development of constitutional doctrine. In this article Professor Currie surveys the major decisions of the Supreme Court between 1930 and 1941 in the area of criminal procedure, civil rights and civil liberties. In the area of criminal procedure, Professor Currie concludes that in deciding what procedures were required or forbidden by due process, historical inquiry was displaced by a fundamental-rights test. In the area of civil liberties, Professor Currie concludes that the Court made modest progress. Finally, Professor Currie concludes that the Court's most important civil ...


What Are The Alternatives To Chicago?, Wesley J. Liebeler Nov 1987

What Are The Alternatives To Chicago?, Wesley J. Liebeler

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Fact, Value And Theory In Antitrust Adjudication, Herbert Hovenkamp Nov 1987

Fact, Value And Theory In Antitrust Adjudication, Herbert Hovenkamp

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Implied Private Rights Of Action Under The United States Housing Act Of 1937, Paul E. Harner Nov 1987

Implied Private Rights Of Action Under The United States Housing Act Of 1937, Paul E. Harner

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Reconciliation Of Henry And Wilson: The Intersection Of Constitutional Rights With Procedural Review, Louis D. Lappen Nov 1987

A Reconciliation Of Henry And Wilson: The Intersection Of Constitutional Rights With Procedural Review, Louis D. Lappen

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Thirty-Fifth Law Clerk, Roger Clegg Nov 1987

The Thirty-Fifth Law Clerk, Roger Clegg

Duke Law Journal

Review of:The Tenth Justice: The Solicitor General and the Rule of Law. By Lincoln Caplan. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, New York, 1987.


Foreword: Economists On The Bench, Jerome M. Culp Oct 1987

Foreword: Economists On The Bench, Jerome M. Culp

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Regulatory Economics In The Courts: An Analysis Of Judge Scalia’S Nhtsa Bumper Decision, W. Kip Viscusi Oct 1987

Regulatory Economics In The Courts: An Analysis Of Judge Scalia’S Nhtsa Bumper Decision, W. Kip Viscusi

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Chairman Miller, The Federal Trade Commission, Economics, And Rashomon, Eleanor M. Fox Oct 1987

Chairman Miller, The Federal Trade Commission, Economics, And Rashomon, Eleanor M. Fox

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Howard Latin’S Analysis Of The Legal And Economic Considerations In The Decisons Of Judge Breyer, Wesley A. Magat Oct 1987

Howard Latin’S Analysis Of The Legal And Economic Considerations In The Decisons Of Judge Breyer, Wesley A. Magat

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Judex Economics, Jerome Culp Oct 1987

Judex Economics, Jerome Culp

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


An Economic Framework For Statutory Interpretation, Mario J. Rizzo, Frank S. Arnold Oct 1987

An Economic Framework For Statutory Interpretation, Mario J. Rizzo, Frank S. Arnold

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.