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Vol. 33, No. 10, November 28, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1984

Vol. 33, No. 10, November 28, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Profs: Ax Summer Term •Sandalow Pulls Down Six Figures Annually •Polarization Politics: Whose Side are You On? •Lodahl Just Disgruntled Over Democratic Outcome •2, 4, 6, 8, Come on, Let's Evaluate •The Comparable Worth Debate: A Recipe for Economic Disaster •Peer Schools Aid Repayment •'Alternative' Careers Explored •HLSA Proposes Office Plan •Law Students to Stage Play •Crossword •'Choose Me' Short on Quality Options •Save a Suit, Draft a Lawyer •Notices •The UPI's Bottom Five List •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 9, November 14, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1984

Vol. 33, No. 9, November 14, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Debts Hurting Public Interest? •Oil Sheik to Author Yearbook Article •Shapiro Discusses Oral Argument •Reflection on the Election: Is the Great Society Dead? •Get Committed •Eklund: Share Office Space, or Lose It •New Limo Service Begins Airport Price War •Dry Up, Aristocrats •Playoff-Bound Law Gold Stomps Shoes •Group to Discuss Loan Plan •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 8, November 7, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1984

Vol. 33, No. 8, November 7, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Eklund: RG, LSSS Will Keep Offices •Report Tried 11th Hour Reagan Busting •Kopel Doesn't Equate Democracy and Capitalism •Move Over •Kamisar Willing to Teach First Years to Shepardize •Pub Naming Contest Attracts Bad Puns •Students Start New Review •Notices •Kroger Workers Gave a Union Lesson •No Date Yet for Picozzi Hearing •Law Club Mealtimes Become Bridgetime •Trial Practice Set for Vacation •22 File Moot Court Briefs •Crossword •Surrealism Comes to Ann Arbor •My Kingdom for a Magazine •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 7, October 31, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1984

Vol. 33, No. 7, October 31, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Davis on Everything but Picozzi •Hutchins Bucks Trend •Author Arca Edits Great Communicator •Reagan No Great Leader •Get it Straight •No Grounds to Presume that Democracy and Capitalism are Inevitable Linked •Reception Story Disappointing •Reception was Significant, Coverage was Inadequate •Barnes Piece Dismays Reader •Litman: Director turns Academic •Magazine Survey Sparks Firm Response •Experimental Clubs Combine Torts, Memo •Tutoring Program Offers Guidance •Senate Focuses on New Office Space •'Teachers' Flunks the Course •Unilateral Contact Drills Molars •Crossword •Notices •Dean Discusses Public Interest Law School •Amadeus Makes Sweet Music •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 6, October 17, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1984

Vol. 33, No. 6, October 17, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Senate Changes Budget Timing •Reception Honors Women Profs •Hutchins Temps May Even Out •"Busters" Assault Senses •Holcombe Misconstrued Point of Sign Removal Complaint •Peevishness •Some Law Firms Interviewing This Fall are Heavily Involved in Union-Busting •Moody Complains of Complaining Mood •Reagan's Anticommunist Policy Fails for Want of Human Focus •Experts Debate Immigration Bill •Pub Work Waits for Kitchen Planning •Notices •How to Jazz up Your Law Life •Law Sweep of Softball Series •Crossword •What Color is Your Beanie? •How Many C's are There in Success? •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 5, October 10, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1984

Vol. 33, No. 5, October 10, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Norris Keeps Tabs on Tiger Trials •Office Space Still Empty •No Fee Jump Without Vote •No Haven for Free Speech •Budget Blues •Religious Study in School Okay •LEXIS Changes Location •Beagles' Bite as Big as Bark •Notices •Cubs Rescue Fans' Rights to Cry •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 4, October 3, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1984

Vol. 33, No. 4, October 3, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Senate Pulls $900 Out of its Shirt •Dozens Vie for Clerk Positions •Pluralism Paramount Here •Let's Talk TV •Anti-Speech Act: Signs Torn Down •Cut the Social Committee More •Candidate Racism Censure Not Evenhanded •Simpson-Mazzoli Short on Facts •Critics Polish and Peel New Apple •U-M Students Get Apple Price Break •Notices •Law Students Form Arms Control Group •Dean Allows SFF to Name Firms •Elections •Waves of Guinness Float Ark to New Spot •Jeopardy II: What is 'Imitation'? •Beeristers Slide Past Righteous Ones, 3-0 •Crossword •Stalking the Trivial Pursuit •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 3, September 26, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 1984

Vol. 33, No. 3, September 26, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Faculty Reviews Summer Session •Rabbi Teaches More Than Torah •LSSS: ''Tried MSA?" •Student Dies in Bike Wreck •Schools Establish Secularism •Way to Go •God Belongs in the Schools •Act Against the Reagan Threat •Cut to the Quick •Notices •Twerski: Teacher, Drafter, Commuter •IM Game of the Week: A Fun Contest •Omission is the Better Part of Valor •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 2, September 19, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 1984

Vol. 33, No. 2, September 19, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Chatting with Another White •Increase in Grants Tightens Loan Program •Panel, Students Probe Choices •Small is Beautiful •That's Not My God He's Talking About •Firms Give Bucks to SFF •Give Midwest a Break, Okay? •Lie Detectors Don't Equal Due Process •Picozzi Hearing Update •Notices •White on Women, Tax and Student Behavior •Sacks: Thoughts on New Methods •LSSS Readies for Budget •City Dancing: Chance Dies, Fruit Grows •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 1, September 12, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 1984

Vol. 33, No. 1, September 12, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Former Student Sues U-M •Five First-Years Fail •Sam the Scholar Speaks •Wanted: Anyone to Help Fill Space •No Snap Judgments •Myths: Close the Gap Now •Letters policy •SFF Thanks •Furniture Displaces Recruitees As Placement Loses Perspective •Prof. Marcus Plant Dies •Regents Appoint Three New Deans •First-years: Much Like Forerunners •Placement Office Changes Policies •Students Log On With Prof. Park •Dean Weighs 14th Amendment Claim •Notices •How I Spent My Summer Vacation •A One Way Ticket to Palookaville •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 22, April 11, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 1984

Vol. 32, No. 22, April 11, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Hoopster Ready to Handle Hutchins •Participants Call C.L.S. Seminar A Success •Smith Responds to Racist •Piling On •Poster Apology •Moot Court •Christianity Deserves a Second Look •SFF Thanks •Harvard Initiates New Loan Program •Notices •Senate Okays Public Interest Loan Letter •Conference to Examine First Amendment in Reagan Era •Fiction- Episode IV: Divide and Conquer •Marvin Gaye Leaves Complex Legacy •Mombo Continues •WLSA Gets No Action on Women 's Course •Nightmares for McStudent in Wonderland •Mombo the Mongoose and Assorted Tales •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 21, April 4, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 1984

Vol. 32, No. 21, April 4, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Case Club to Start Reform •Students to Get New Lounge; Pub Dries Up •Lancaster Wins Seat •Prez Gets Equal Time •Lest We Forget •Campaign Posters Offend •NCAA Poll •Lawyers Debate Human Rights Role •Silkwood Lawyer to Speak •Notices •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 21, April 1, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 1984

Vol. 32, No. 21, April 1, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•The Indi Gestae •Hacker Deletes Grades •Prodigy Accepted •Bat Attacks Pooley on Sub-1 •Senators Brawl over Joy Sticks •Where's The Whip? •Listen Up! •Guards a Pain •SFF Buys Mink Farm •Law Review Starts Bathing Suit Contest •Westen Finds Tests In Legal Research •Gunning Makes You Go Bald •Sandalow Dries Out •Notices •Crossword •Cops Raid Peoria


Vol. 32, No. 20, March 28, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1984

Vol. 32, No. 20, March 28, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Three Hopefuls Try For L.S.S.S. Top Spot •Law Making and Law Schooling •Abrams: Media a Special Group •Code Would Violate Rights •We Have Met the Enemy... •Setting the Story Straight: Mondale Had Advantage •Senate •Senate OKs New Policies; Drafts Letter •NCAA Poll Results •Notices •Crossword •Remember, Every Little Bat Helps •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 19, March 21, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1984

Vol. 32, No. 19, March 21, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•SFF Pledges Soar Beyond Expected Goal •Another Woman To Join Faculty •Handicapped Students Protest at Union •Gay Policy Only Goes Halfway •Put up or shut up •Good Work •Fear and Loathing at the Caucus •NCAA Poll Results •Fiction: A Rebel Challenge- The Saga Still Continues •White Looks At Advocate's 'Moral Conflict' •Publications Choose Next Year's Staffs •Senate to Revise Budget Procedure •Kremlinologist Dispels U.S. Misperceptions •Anti-Nuclear Group Seeks Aid •Law Revue Plans Begin •Notices •The Story of the Easy Writer •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 18, March 14, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1984

Vol. 32, No. 18, March 14, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•The RG's Q & A with the NLG •Firms Will Pay to Interview •Former Law Student Commits Suicide •Law Student Problems Unique •Jobs Aren't Everything •Give SFF a Chance •Board Defaced •We've Gotta Have Hart •Road to Seattle Goes Through Manhattan •Second Annual NCAA Contest •Jacob 's Drinking Buddy Tells Real Story •Notices •Firms to Pay Fee •Senate Begins Budgeting •ILS Sponsors Rights Conference •No Fast Breaks- And You Deserve One •Say Goodnight, Dixie •I'll Worry About That Tomorrow •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 17, March 7, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1984

Vol. 32, No. 17, March 7, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Despite Low Turnout Moot Court Continues •Panelists MADly Debate Arms Race •Follow the Leader •Curriculum Needs Career Focus •Fellowships Make Public Interest Jobs Feasible •Senate Subscribes to Alternatives •Clark Article Misled Readers •Law Student Role in Hiring •Growing Up, Law School Style •Notices •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 16, February 15, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 1984

Vol. 32, No. 16, February 15, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Crazed Rodents Storm Library •SFF Goes Alaskan •Schauer: We think We'll Keep Him •Jessica Litman to Join Faculty •BLSA Reflects on the State of Black America •It's Only Money •WLSA Survey •Clarify Basis For Grading •Boy Next Door as Antihero •Presidents, Heroes and Myths •Fiction: The Saga Continues- The Wrath of Czar •Notices •Clark Urges Lawyers To Give It Away •Conference Addresses Jewish Legal Role •Public Law Studied •The Not-Ready-For- PRIME-Time Sports •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 15, February 8, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 1984

Vol. 32, No. 15, February 8, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•No Feedback, Just Grades •Senate Declines to Up Speakers Budget •Bond: Reagan Destroys Civil Rights •1984 Brings Prospect of New Justices, Same Old Injustices •Sooner or later •Maybe Giants Live Longer •Conference, Externships Provide Public Interest Alternatives •Jewish Commitment in the Legal Profession •Notices •May The Lex Be With You... •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 14, February 1, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 1984

Vol. 32, No. 14, February 1, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•SLS Flooded With Requests •Judges Ignore Deadlines, Shaft Clerkship Applicants •Reingold Captains Clinic •Faculty Bytes; Buys Computers •Meese as Attorney General: Law and Order at Any Price? •Dear Professor •More Than Pocket Lining •Never Mind •Senate Wants Comments •Notices •When the Adrenalin's Gone, Things Can Get a Little Bit Dull •Yukon Jack Cries Wimp •The Peorian Experience •Another One(L) Bites The Dust •Law in the Raw


Over The Wire And On Tv: Cbs And Upi In Campaign '80, Michigan Law Review Feb 1984

Over The Wire And On Tv: Cbs And Upi In Campaign '80, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Over the Wire and On TV: CBS and UPI in Campaign '80 by Michael J. Robinson and Margaret A. Sheehan


Vol. 32, No. 13, January 25, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1984

Vol. 32, No. 13, January 25, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Sexual Orientation Policy Preempted •Dean Departs •Child Advocacy Clinic Back in Courtroom •Senate Supports Case Club Petition •Student Questions Case Club Work Disparities •Sign that petition •Senior Judge Requests Review •Senate Wants Comments •M .A.A.P.: Orientation and Assimilation or a Pacifier that Stigmatizes? •No Lawyer Glut Says ABA Head •Cottage Inn 38, Superbowl 9 •But Will It Play In Peoria? •Godzilla Meets the French Chef •Law in the Raw


Vol. 32, No. 12, January 18, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1984

Vol. 32, No. 12, January 18, 1984, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Ousted Third Years Get Section •Martin Gives Recycled Exam Question •Senate Addresses Red-lining, Exams •Playing the Odds on Finals •Old Exams Never Die •Sexist Speech Annoys Student •Congrats, Knute •Notices •Say Yes to Ann Arbor •Law in the Raw