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The Function Of The Civil Appeal: A Late Century View, Paul D. Carrington Jan 1987

The Function Of The Civil Appeal: A Late Century View, Paul D. Carrington

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No abstract provided.


Rules For Originalists, H. Jefferson Powell Jan 1987

Rules For Originalists, H. Jefferson Powell

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No abstract provided.


Book Review, George C. Christie Jan 1987

Book Review, George C. Christie

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Reviewing Laura Kalman, Legal Realism at Yale 1927-60 (1986)


Commentary On Mashaw: Process And Psychology, Martin P. Golding Jan 1987

Commentary On Mashaw: Process And Psychology, Martin P. Golding

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No abstract provided.


Legal Fiction, James Boyle Jan 1987

Legal Fiction, James Boyle

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No abstract provided.


Comments On Standards Of Judicial Review, William W. Van Alstyne Jan 1987

Comments On Standards Of Judicial Review, William W. Van Alstyne

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No abstract provided.


New Frontiers: The Expansion Of International Criminal Law, Michael E. Tigar Jan 1987

New Frontiers: The Expansion Of International Criminal Law, Michael E. Tigar

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No abstract provided.


Notes On A Bicentennial Constitution: Part Ii, Antinomial Choices And The Role Of The Supreme Court, William W. Van Alstyne Jan 1987

Notes On A Bicentennial Constitution: Part Ii, Antinomial Choices And The Role Of The Supreme Court, William W. Van Alstyne

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No abstract provided.


What Is “An Establishment Of Religion”?, William W. Van Alstyne Jan 1987

What Is “An Establishment Of Religion”?, William W. Van Alstyne

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No abstract provided.


Preface: Master Advocates Edition, Robinson O. Everett Jan 1987

Preface: Master Advocates Edition, Robinson O. Everett

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No abstract provided.


Teaching Values: A Dilemma, Katharine T. Bartlett Jan 1987

Teaching Values: A Dilemma, Katharine T. Bartlett

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No abstract provided.


The Impact Of Fraudulent Conveyance Law On Future Advances Supported By Upstream Guaranties And Security Interests, Steven L. Schwarcz Jan 1987

The Impact Of Fraudulent Conveyance Law On Future Advances Supported By Upstream Guaranties And Security Interests, Steven L. Schwarcz

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No abstract provided.


From The Editor: Reading Legal Research, Richard A. Danner Jan 1987

From The Editor: Reading Legal Research, Richard A. Danner

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No abstract provided.


Comparative Dimensions Of Takeover Regulation, Deborah A. Demott Jan 1987

Comparative Dimensions Of Takeover Regulation, Deborah A. Demott

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Systems of corporate law and securities regulation differ considerably amoung jurisdictions. This Article focuses on differences among rules that pertain to corporate takeovers. No jurisdiction's regulation of tender offers, however complex its terms, operates in a legal or economic vacuum. Thus, this Article begins by examining the institutional and economic factors that define the regulatory and transactional climate for tender offer regulation. These factors, in large part, explain why hostile takeover transactions occur in significant numbers in only relatively few countries. Section II surveys information describing the takeover environment in four of those countries- The United States, Great Britain ...


The Ambiguities Of Pledging Faith, H. Jefferson Powell Jan 1987

The Ambiguities Of Pledging Faith, H. Jefferson Powell

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No abstract provided.


Wade H. Mccree, Jr., Sara Sun Beale Jan 1987

Wade H. Mccree, Jr., Sara Sun Beale

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No abstract provided.


Reviving Republicanism, H. Jefferson Powell Jan 1987

Reviving Republicanism, H. Jefferson Powell

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No abstract provided.


The Idea Of The Constitution As Hard Law, William W. Van Alstyne Jan 1987

The Idea Of The Constitution As Hard Law, William W. Van Alstyne

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The "idea" of the Constitution is generally thought to be well declared in the famous rhetoric of its Preamble.


Apartheid And The South African Judiciary, Lawrence G. Baxter Jan 1987

Apartheid And The South African Judiciary, Lawrence G. Baxter

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No abstract provided.


Response Prepared To White House Analysis Of Judge Bork’S Record (Biden Report), Christopher H. Schroeder, Jeffrey Peck Jan 1987

Response Prepared To White House Analysis Of Judge Bork’S Record (Biden Report), Christopher H. Schroeder, Jeffrey Peck

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Originally published as a Report to the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Joseph Biden, on the nomination of Robert H. Bork to the United States Supreme Court.


Assessing The Effects Of Case Characteristics And Settlement Forums On Dispute Outcomes And Compliance, Neil Vidmar Jan 1987

Assessing The Effects Of Case Characteristics And Settlement Forums On Dispute Outcomes And Compliance, Neil Vidmar

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McEwen and Maiman (1986) have disagreed with my claim that the case characteristic of admitted liability explains more variability in dispute outcome and compliance than whether the case was resolved through a mediation or adjudication forum. Those authors reanalyzed some of my data from an Ontario small claims court and concluded that forum type is the stronger variable. I take issue with them on a number of conceptual and methodological points. In my own reanalysis of the Ontario data I am able to demonstrate statistically that admitted liability is the stronger predictor of outcomes. I also discuss why this should ...


Of Sailing Ships And Seeking Facts: Brief Reflections On Magistrates And The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure, Jonathan B. Wiener, Jack B. Weinstein Jan 1987

Of Sailing Ships And Seeking Facts: Brief Reflections On Magistrates And The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure, Jonathan B. Wiener, Jack B. Weinstein

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No abstract provided.


Thinking About Habeas Corpus, Erwin Chemerinsky Jan 1987

Thinking About Habeas Corpus, Erwin Chemerinsky

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Hailed as the "great writ of liberty," the writ of habeas corpus protects the American citizenry from arbitrary and wrongful governmental imprisonment. The scope of the protection provided by the writ, however, has never been finally settled during it's almost 200 year existence. This is the result of failure on the part of those analyzing its scope to recognize the complexity of the issues involved and to confront the true issues that underlie its application. In this Article, Professor Chemerinsky discusses what he considers to be the four primary considerations of habeas issues; federalism, separation of powers, the purposes ...


Consumer Complaints And The Ontario Business Practices Act: An Empirical Study, Neil Vidmar, Joseph Samuels Jan 1987

Consumer Complaints And The Ontario Business Practices Act: An Empirical Study, Neil Vidmar, Joseph Samuels

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No abstract provided.


Thomas Hobbes And The Invented Tradition Of Positivism: Reflections On Language, Power, And Essentialism, James Boyle Jan 1987

Thomas Hobbes And The Invented Tradition Of Positivism: Reflections On Language, Power, And Essentialism, James Boyle

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No abstract provided.


Note, Internationalizing The Copyright Code: An Analysis Of Legislative Proposals Seeking Adherence To The Berne Convention, Doriane Lambelet Coleman Jan 1987

Note, Internationalizing The Copyright Code: An Analysis Of Legislative Proposals Seeking Adherence To The Berne Convention, Doriane Lambelet Coleman

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No abstract provided.


From The Editor: Working With Facts, Richard A. Danner Jan 1987

From The Editor: Working With Facts, Richard A. Danner

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No abstract provided.


A Judicial Declaration Of Martial Law, Lawrence G. Baxter Jan 1987

A Judicial Declaration Of Martial Law, Lawrence G. Baxter

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No abstract provided.


Mackinnon’S Feminism: Power On Whose Terms?, Katharine T. Bartlett Jan 1987

Mackinnon’S Feminism: Power On Whose Terms?, Katharine T. Bartlett

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reviewing Catharine McKinnon, Feminism Unmodified: Discourses on Life and Law (Harvard University Press, 1987)


A Paradox Without A Principle: A Comment On The Burger Court’S Jurisprudence In Separation Of Powers Cases, Erwin Chemerinsky Jan 1987

A Paradox Without A Principle: A Comment On The Burger Court’S Jurisprudence In Separation Of Powers Cases, Erwin Chemerinsky

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No abstract provided.