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Culture Of Battering And The Role Of Meditation In Domestic Violence Cases, Neil Vidmar, Karla Fischer, René Stemple Ellis Jan 1993

Culture Of Battering And The Role Of Meditation In Domestic Violence Cases, Neil Vidmar, Karla Fischer, René Stemple Ellis

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The Pc Harangue, James Boyle Jan 1993

The Pc Harangue, James Boyle

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Remembering Jefferson, Paul D. Carrington Jan 1993

Remembering Jefferson, Paul D. Carrington

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No abstract provided.


Improving The Summary Jury Trial, Thomas B. Metzloff Jan 1993

Improving The Summary Jury Trial, Thomas B. Metzloff

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Although the summary jury trial has been used for more than a decade, it remains controversial. To improve its value as a "niche" ADR device, litigants should take advantage of its flexibility, focusing especially on its potential as a binding process.


Possible Use Of American Military Tribunals To Punish Offenses Against The Law Of Nations, Robinson O. Everett Jan 1993

Possible Use Of American Military Tribunals To Punish Offenses Against The Law Of Nations, Robinson O. Everett

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Legal Realism And The Social Contract: Fuller’S Public Jurisprudence Of Form, Private Jurisprudence Of Substance, James Boyle Jan 1993

Legal Realism And The Social Contract: Fuller’S Public Jurisprudence Of Form, Private Jurisprudence Of Substance, James Boyle

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What States Owe Outsiders, Matthew D. Adler Jan 1993

What States Owe Outsiders, Matthew D. Adler

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Civil Forfeiture: A Higher Form Of Commercial Law?, Steven L. Schwarcz, Alan E. Rothman Jan 1993

Civil Forfeiture: A Higher Form Of Commercial Law?, Steven L. Schwarcz, Alan E. Rothman

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In this Article, Messrs. Schwarcz and Rothman analyze the disquieting impact of civil forfeiture law on creditors' rights. The Article begins by describing the historical origins of civil forfeiture and its development into current day law. The Article then explores the tension between forfeiture law and commercial and bankruptcy law by examining the effect of a forfeiture action on unsecured and undersecured creditors. The Article evaluates a recent model for balancing governmental and commercial law interests, and concludes by suggesting reforms to the present civil forfeiture scheme.


Prior Similar Acts In Prosecutions For Rape And Child Sex Abuse, Sara Sun Beale Jan 1993

Prior Similar Acts In Prosecutions For Rape And Child Sex Abuse, Sara Sun Beale

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Passage Home To India, Mitu Gulati Jan 1993

Passage Home To India, Mitu Gulati

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Comment On Derrick Bell’S “Diversity And Academic Freedom”, Paul D. Carrington Jan 1993

Comment On Derrick Bell’S “Diversity And Academic Freedom”, Paul D. Carrington

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Reply: “Real” Men And History, Jerome M. Culp Jan 1993

Reply: “Real” Men And History, Jerome M. Culp

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The Ali, Insitutionalization And Disclosure: The Quest For The Outside Director’S Spine, James D. Cox Jan 1993

The Ali, Insitutionalization And Disclosure: The Quest For The Outside Director’S Spine, James D. Cox

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Copyright And The Constitution In The Age Of Intellectual Property, David L. Lange Jan 1993

Copyright And The Constitution In The Age Of Intellectual Property, David L. Lange

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Twenty-Second Annual Donald Brace Memorial Lecture to the United States Copyright Society at Columbia Law School, April 22, 1992. Reprinted substantially as given, with the addition of footnotes for clarity.


The 1990 U.S.F.S.P.A. Amendment: No Bar To Recognition Of Tenancy In Common Interests Created By Pre-Mccarty Divorces That Fail To Divide Military Retirement Benefits, William A. Reppy Jr. Jan 1993

The 1990 U.S.F.S.P.A. Amendment: No Bar To Recognition Of Tenancy In Common Interests Created By Pre-Mccarty Divorces That Fail To Divide Military Retirement Benefits, William A. Reppy Jr.

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No abstract provided.


Municipal Tort Liability: Special Duty Issues Of Police, Fire, And Safety, Horace B. Robertson Jan 1993

Municipal Tort Liability: Special Duty Issues Of Police, Fire, And Safety, Horace B. Robertson

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According to the program bulletin, my topic is "Special Duty Issues" of tort liability under the overall conference heading of "Municipal Liability."


The Parts Are Greater Than The Whole: How Securitization Of Divisible Interests Can Revolutionize Structured Finance And Open The Capital Markets To Middle-Market Companies, Steven L. Schwarcz Jan 1993

The Parts Are Greater Than The Whole: How Securitization Of Divisible Interests Can Revolutionize Structured Finance And Open The Capital Markets To Middle-Market Companies, Steven L. Schwarcz

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Regulatory Competition In Securities Markets: An Approach For Reconciling Japanese And United States Disclosure Philosophies, James D. Cox Jan 1993

Regulatory Competition In Securities Markets: An Approach For Reconciling Japanese And United States Disclosure Philosophies, James D. Cox

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“Thirty Pieces Of Silver” For The Rights Of Your People: Irresistible Offers Reconsidered As A Matter Of State Constitutional Law, William W. Van Alstyne Jan 1993

“Thirty Pieces Of Silver” For The Rights Of Your People: Irresistible Offers Reconsidered As A Matter Of State Constitutional Law, William W. Van Alstyne

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In recent decades there has arisen a renewed interest in state constitutional law provisions that parallel the provisions in the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment.


Rule Of Too Much Law? The New Safety/Soundness Rulemaking Responsibilities Of The Federal Banking Agencies, Lawrence G. Baxter Jan 1993

Rule Of Too Much Law? The New Safety/Soundness Rulemaking Responsibilities Of The Federal Banking Agencies, Lawrence G. Baxter

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The 1990 U.S.F.S.P.A. Amendment: No Bar To Recognition Of Tenancy In Common Interests Created By Pre-’Mccarty’ Divorces That Fail To Divide Military Benefits, William A. Reppy Jr. Jan 1993

The 1990 U.S.F.S.P.A. Amendment: No Bar To Recognition Of Tenancy In Common Interests Created By Pre-’Mccarty’ Divorces That Fail To Divide Military Benefits, William A. Reppy Jr.

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No abstract provided.


Understanding The Malpractice Wars, Thomas B. Metzloff Jan 1993

Understanding The Malpractice Wars, Thomas B. Metzloff

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No abstract provided.