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Ndls Update 12/1992, Notre Dame Law School Dec 1992

Ndls Update 12/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 11/1992, Notre Dame Law School Nov 1992

Ndls Update 11/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 10/1992, Notre Dame Law School Oct 1992

Ndls Update 10/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


The Dean's Report: The Law School: 1991–92 Academic Year, Fernand N. Dutile Sep 1992

The Dean's Report: The Law School: 1991–92 Academic Year, Fernand N. Dutile

1975–1999: David T. Link

Acting Dean, Fernand N. Dutile, provides a description of the state of Notre Dame Law School as it closes the 1991–1992 academic year. The elements covered in his report include: administration, faculty, students, general comments, and priorities. Two addendums, both dated August 31, 1992 are the text of presentations on the "State of the Law School," delivered by Tex Dutile, and "The State of the Law Library," delivered by Janis Johnston. Supplementary reports are included from the Kresge Law Library, the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the Thomas J. White Center on Law & Government, the Journal of College and ...


Ndls Update 09/1992, Notre Dame Law School Sep 1992

Ndls Update 09/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 08/1992, Notre Dame Law School Aug 1992

Ndls Update 08/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Bulletin Of Information, University Of Notre Dame Law School 1993-94,Volume 88, Number 5, Notre Dame Law School Aug 1992

Bulletin Of Information, University Of Notre Dame Law School 1993-94,Volume 88, Number 5, Notre Dame Law School

Bulletins of Information

Notre Dame Law School

Notre Dame Law School

Honor Code

Foreign Law Study

Graduate Law Programs

Joint Degree Programs

Requirements for Admission and Graduation

Fees and Expenses

Financial Aid Programs

The Law Program

Student Activities

Curriculum

Course Descriptions Appendix

Officers of Administration

The Law School Faculty

London Faculty

Practice Court Judges

Professional Staff

Faculty Profiles

Endowed Chairs

The Joseph A. Matson Chair in Law

The John N. Matthews Chair in Law

The William and Dorothy O'Neill Chair in Law

Robert E. and Marion D. Short Chair in Law

The Paul J. Schied Chair in Legal Ethics

The Concannon Program ...


147th University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame May 1992

147th University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame

Commencement Programs

147th University of Notre Dame Commencement and Mass Program including Law School awards


Ndls Update 05/1992, Notre Dame Law School May 1992

Ndls Update 05/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 04/1992, Notre Dame Law School Apr 1992

Ndls Update 04/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 03/1992, Notre Dame Law School Mar 1992

Ndls Update 03/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 02/1992, Notre Dame Law School Feb 1992

Ndls Update 02/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 01/1992, Notre Dame Law School Jan 1992

Ndls Update 01/1992, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Law Library Guide 1992–1993, Kresge Law Library, Research Services Department Jan 1992

Law Library Guide 1992–1993, Kresge Law Library, Research Services Department

Law Library Guide

The Kresge Law Library Guide's informative content includes: library services, policies, and physical layout.


Your Right To Privacy: A Selective Bibliography, Sandra S. Klein Jan 1992

Your Right To Privacy: A Selective Bibliography, Sandra S. Klein

Journal Articles

An awareness of relevant contemporary legal thought in the area of privacy is especially important today in light of what appears to be an increasing hostility to .the notion of individual privacy. The following bibliography considers privacy in terms of concept and application, and should prove useful to scholars, practitioners, and those seeking to gain more knowledge about this very important and complicated area of law.


Common Sense In Formation For The Common Good - Justice White's Dissents In The Parochial School Aid Cases: Patron Of Lost Causes Or Precursor Of Good News, John J. Coughlin Jan 1992

Common Sense In Formation For The Common Good - Justice White's Dissents In The Parochial School Aid Cases: Patron Of Lost Causes Or Precursor Of Good News, John J. Coughlin

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


The French Legal Profession: A Prisoner Of Its Glorious Past?, Tang Thi Thanh Trai Le Jan 1992

The French Legal Profession: A Prisoner Of Its Glorious Past?, Tang Thi Thanh Trai Le

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Professionalism And Community: A Response To Terrell And Wildman, Robert E. Rodes Jan 1992

Professionalism And Community: A Response To Terrell And Wildman, Robert E. Rodes

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Lead Poisoning In Children: A Proposed Legislative Solution To Municipal Liability For Furnishing Lead-Contaminated Water, Anthony J. Bellia Jan 1992

Lead Poisoning In Children: A Proposed Legislative Solution To Municipal Liability For Furnishing Lead-Contaminated Water, Anthony J. Bellia

Journal Articles

Lead poisoning has become one of the most widespread and serious environmental diseases facing children in the United States. In response to the problem of childhood lead exposure, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has promulgated expansive regulations to reduce drinking water lead levels. However, the regulations are not without significant gaps and shortfalls. Many improvements that the EPA requires need not be in place for years, and some households at risk of unsafe lead exposure receive no regulatory protection at all. One question that arises amidst these regulatory gaps is whether a plaintiff can hold a public water system liable ...


A Judicial Clerkship 24 Years After Graduation: Or, How I Spent My Spring Sabbatical, Joseph P. Bauer Jan 1992

A Judicial Clerkship 24 Years After Graduation: Or, How I Spent My Spring Sabbatical, Joseph P. Bauer

Journal Articles

The career path of many law professors includes a judicial clerkship - typically, right after graduation. Almost all law professors have extolled the clerkship experience and have written letters of recommendation for students applying for those positions. While I fall into the latter category, I did not fall into the former - at least not until my recent sabbatical.

When I was a law student, I gave no thought to a clerkship, and none of my teachers encouraged me to pursue that route. (In fact, graduating in 1969 at the height of the Vietnam War, I thought mainly - like most of my ...


Protecting Religious Liberty: Judicial And Legislative Responsibilities, Gerard V. Bradley Jan 1992

Protecting Religious Liberty: Judicial And Legislative Responsibilities, Gerard V. Bradley

Journal Articles

Is the First Amendment hostile to religion? Answering that question requires at least the usual professorial ration of caveats. I assure you that I will directly answer the question. I submit, though, that the caveats constitute a more important, deeper response, a response which questions the question itself. Were I more radical in my intellectual sympathies, I would propose to deconstruct the question.


Permanent Legislation To Correct Duro V. Reina, Nell Jessup Newton Jan 1992

Permanent Legislation To Correct Duro V. Reina, Nell Jessup Newton

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Indian Claims In The Courts Of The Conqueror, Nell Jessup Newton Jan 1992

Indian Claims In The Courts Of The Conqueror, Nell Jessup Newton

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Doctrinal Synergies And Liberal Dilemmas: The Case Of The Yellow-Dog Contract, Barry Cushman Jan 1992

Doctrinal Synergies And Liberal Dilemmas: The Case Of The Yellow-Dog Contract, Barry Cushman

Journal Articles

The three decades spanning the years 1908 to 1937 saw a remarkable transformation of the Supreme Court's jurisprudence concerning the rights of workers to organize. In 1908, the Court held that a federal law prohibiting employers from discharging an employee because of his membership in a labor union violated the liberty of contract secured to the employer by the Fifth Amendment. In 1915, the Court similarly declared a state statute prohibiting the use of "yellow-dog" contracts unconstitutional. In 1937, by contrast, the Court upheld provisions of the Wagner Act prohibiting both discharges for union membership and the use of ...


Remarks On The Dedication Of The Robing Room In Honor Of Judge Robert Allen Grant, Kenneth Ripple Jan 1992

Remarks On The Dedication Of The Robing Room In Honor Of Judge Robert Allen Grant, Kenneth Ripple

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


The Extraterritorial Application Of Antitrust Laws: The United States And European Community Approaches, Roger P. Alford Jan 1992

The Extraterritorial Application Of Antitrust Laws: The United States And European Community Approaches, Roger P. Alford

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Survey Of Recent Developments In Indiana Law: Labor And Employment Law, Barbara J. Fick Jan 1992

Survey Of Recent Developments In Indiana Law: Labor And Employment Law, Barbara J. Fick

Journal Articles

This article examines developments in labor and employment law occuring shortly before its publicaiton in 1992. The article discusses cases revisiting the Frampton rule, addressing employee defamation suits against employers, employment discrimination, issues arising in public sector employment, wage statutes, unemployment compensation, and workers' compensation. It also discusses a state statute prohibiting employment discrimination based on employees' off-duty use of tobacco.


Tort Law: The Languages Of Duty, Jay Tidmarsh Jan 1992

Tort Law: The Languages Of Duty, Jay Tidmarsh

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


The Bill Of Rights And Originalism, Gerard V. Bradley Jan 1992

The Bill Of Rights And Originalism, Gerard V. Bradley

Journal Articles

Professor Bradley begins the final installment of the University of Illinois Law Review's year-long tribute to the Bill of Rights by proposing that the first ten Amendments, like the Constitution itself, be interpreted according to the original understanding of their ratifiers. Professor Bradley, though, narrows the scope of the exegetical inquiry to what he proposes is the only sound originalism - plain meaning, historically recovered. Professor Bradley argues that interpreting the Bill of Rights according to the text's plain meaning among persons politically active at the time of drafting avoids both the inflexibility and philosophical deficiencies of "snapshot" conservative ...


Unattainable Justice: The Form Of Complex Litigation And The Limits Of Judicial Power, Jay Tidmarsh Jan 1992

Unattainable Justice: The Form Of Complex Litigation And The Limits Of Judicial Power, Jay Tidmarsh

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.