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Ndls Update 12/1996, Notre Dame Law School Dec 1996

Ndls Update 12/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 11/1996, Notre Dame Law School Nov 1996

Ndls Update 11/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 10/1996, Notre Dame Law School Oct 1996

Ndls Update 10/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 09/1996, Notre Dame Law School Sep 1996

Ndls Update 09/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


151st University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame Aug 1996

151st University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame

Commencement Programs

151st University of Notre Dame Commencement and Mass Program

Summer


Ndls Update 08/1996, Notre Dame Law School Aug 1996

Ndls Update 08/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Hoynes Code, The, David T. Link Jul 1996

Hoynes Code, The, David T. Link

Hoynes Code

This code governs legal education at the University of Notre Dame in all programs and in all locations.


Bulletin Of Information, University Of Notre Dame Law School 1996-97, Volume 92, Number 5, Notre Dame Law School Jul 1996

Bulletin Of Information, University Of Notre Dame Law School 1996-97, Volume 92, Number 5, Notre Dame Law School

Bulletins of Information

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 of International Law

The ...


151st University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame May 1996

151st University Of Notre Dame Commencement And Mass Program, University Of Notre Dame

Commencement Programs

151st University of Notre Dame Commencement and Mass Program including Law School awards


Ndls Update 05/1996, Notre Dame Law School May 1996

Ndls Update 05/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 04/1996, Notre Dame Law School Apr 1996

Ndls Update 04/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 03/1996, Notre Dame Law School Mar 1996

Ndls Update 03/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Ndls Update 02/1996, Notre Dame Law School Feb 1996

Ndls Update 02/1996, Notre Dame Law School

NDLS Updates

No abstract provided.


Lending Discsrimination: Economic Theory, Econometric Evidence, And The Community Reinvestment Act, Vincent D. Rougeau, Keith N. Hylton Jan 1996

Lending Discsrimination: Economic Theory, Econometric Evidence, And The Community Reinvestment Act, Vincent D. Rougeau, Keith N. Hylton

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


The Missing Chinese Environmental Law Statutory Interpretation Cases, John C. Nagle Jan 1996

The Missing Chinese Environmental Law Statutory Interpretation Cases, John C. Nagle

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


On Lying For Clients, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1996

On Lying For Clients, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Unjust Laws In A Democratic Society: Some Philosophical And Theological Reflections, John M. Finnis Jan 1996

Unjust Laws In A Democratic Society: Some Philosophical And Theological Reflections, John M. Finnis

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Rediscovering Usury: An Argument For Legal Controls On Credit Card Interest Rates, Vincent D. Rougeau Jan 1996

Rediscovering Usury: An Argument For Legal Controls On Credit Card Interest Rates, Vincent D. Rougeau

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Edward J. Murphy, Catholic Scholar, Charles E. Rice Jan 1996

Edward J. Murphy, Catholic Scholar, Charles E. Rice

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Law, Governance, And Academic And Disciplinary Decisions In Australian Universities: An American Perspective, Fernand N. Dutile Jan 1996

Law, Governance, And Academic And Disciplinary Decisions In Australian Universities: An American Perspective, Fernand N. Dutile

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Will The Supreme Court Sound The Death Knell For Political Patronage? An Analysis Of O'Hare Truck Services, Inc. V. City Of Northlake, Barbara J. Fick Jan 1996

Will The Supreme Court Sound The Death Knell For Political Patronage? An Analysis Of O'Hare Truck Services, Inc. V. City Of Northlake, Barbara J. Fick

Journal Articles

This article previews the Supreme Court case O'Hare v. City of Northlake, 518 U.S. 712 (1996). The author expected the Court to analyze whether political patronage infringes on First Amendment rights.


Civil Procedure: The Last Ten Years, Jay Tidmarsh Jan 1996

Civil Procedure: The Last Ten Years, Jay Tidmarsh

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Corrections Day, John Copeland Nagle Jan 1996

Corrections Day, John Copeland Nagle

Journal Articles

In July 1995, the House of Representatives established a Corrections Day procedure for fixing statutory mistakes. This article traces the history of the corrections day idea, beginning with suggestions offered by Justices Cardozo and Ginsburg many years apart. The article also recounts the early applications of Correction Day by the House. This article describes the problem of statutory mistakes: what they are, and who makes them. It explains that statutory mistakes do exist, regardless of how one defines mistake. Congress, agencies, and the courts all make mistakes, though the responsibility for them ultimately resides with Congress, the author of the ...


Maybe A Lawyer Can Be A Servant; If Not…, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1996

Maybe A Lawyer Can Be A Servant; If Not…, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


The Market For Deadbeats, Margaret F. Brinig, F. H. Buckley Jan 1996

The Market For Deadbeats, Margaret F. Brinig, F. H. Buckley

Journal Articles

This article outlines three explanations for why states seek migrants and tests them by references to 1985-90 interstate migration flows. On race-for-the-top theories, states compete for value-increasing migrants by offering them healthy economies and efficient laws. On vote-seeking theories, states compete for clienteles of voters, with some states seeking to attract and some to deter welfare- or tax-loving migrants. On deadbeat theories, states compete for high human capital debtors by offering them a fresh start from out-of-state creditors. Our findings support vote-seeking and deadbeat theories.


Edward J. Murphy: A Professor For All Seasons, David T. Link Jan 1996

Edward J. Murphy: A Professor For All Seasons, David T. Link

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


H. Jefferson Powell On The American Constitutional Tradition: A Conversation, Thomas L. Shaffer, John H. Robinson Jan 1996

H. Jefferson Powell On The American Constitutional Tradition: A Conversation, Thomas L. Shaffer, John H. Robinson

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Social Justice And Liberation, Robert E. Rodes Jan 1996

Social Justice And Liberation, Robert E. Rodes

Journal Articles

Justice is the virtue we practice by giving people what is due them. Therefore, there is a problem of assignability when we consider an unjust social order: What is due from an individual beneficiary of that order to an individual victim? That question is answered by the concept of social justice: What all of us individually owe to each individual victim of the institutions now in place is our best efforts to reform those institutions. The first half of this paper analyzes the traditional arguments for and the conservative arguments against social justice as the answer to this problem of ...


Cooperating With The Prosecutor: How Many Motions Does It Take To Secure A Sentence That Is Less Than The Mandatory Minimum Provided By Statute?, Jimmy Gurule Jan 1996

Cooperating With The Prosecutor: How Many Motions Does It Take To Secure A Sentence That Is Less Than The Mandatory Minimum Provided By Statute?, Jimmy Gurule

Journal Articles

A preview of Melendez v. United States, a 1996 Supreme Court case in which a convicted cocaine dealer appealed his mandatory 10 year sentence under the federal statutes on the grounds that he had cooperated with the prosecutor. While the United States Congress has authorized courts to impose sentences below the mandatory minimum set by the statutes and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for defendants who provide substantial cooperation with the prosecution, courts can only do so at the request of the prosecutor. At issue in this case, where the prosecutor requested a sentence lower than the Guidelines minimum but not ...


The Double Jeopardy Dilemma: Does Criminal Prosecution And Civil Forfeiture In Separate Proceedings Violate The Double Jeopardy Clause?, Jimmy Gurule Jan 1996

The Double Jeopardy Dilemma: Does Criminal Prosecution And Civil Forfeiture In Separate Proceedings Violate The Double Jeopardy Clause?, Jimmy Gurule

Journal Articles

A preview of two 1996 Supreme Court cases. In the first case, US v. Ursery, a convicted narcotics dealer filed a motion to dismiss his criminal sentence on the grounds that it had violated the double jeopardy clause because he had already received a civil forfeiture judgment for the same crime. The second case, US v. $405,089.23, involves a similar situation, with a convicted felon filing a motion to dismiss his civil forfeiture case on the grounds that he had received a criminal sentence for the same crime earlier. The article argues that the two cases are significant ...