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Teaching Trademark Theory Through The Lens Of Distinctiveness, Mark P. Mckenna Jan 2008

Teaching Trademark Theory Through The Lens Of Distinctiveness, Mark P. Mckenna

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This contribution to the annual teaching edition of the Saint Louis University Law Journal encourages teachers to begin trademark law courses using the concept of distinctiveness as a vehicle for articulating producer and consumer perspectives in trademark law. Viewing the law through these sometimes different perspectives helps in approaching a variety of doctrines in trademark law, and both perspectives are relatively easy to grasp in the context of distinctiveness.


A Search For Balance In The Whirlwind Of Law School: Spirituality From Law Teachers, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 2007

A Search For Balance In The Whirlwind Of Law School: Spirituality From Law Teachers, Thomas L. Shaffer

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The Catholic Tradition, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1988

The Catholic Tradition, Thomas L. Shaffer

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Moral Implications And Effects Of Legal Education Or: Brother Justinian Goes To Law School, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1984

Moral Implications And Effects Of Legal Education Or: Brother Justinian Goes To Law School, Thomas L. Shaffer

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This Article explores the moral implications of a legal education. Specifically, the author addresses three moral points of view—teleologically, interpersonally, and responsibility—and explains how a legal education advances or is in opposition to a moral community.


Reassessing Law Schooling: The Sterling Forest Group, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1978

Reassessing Law Schooling: The Sterling Forest Group, Thomas L. Shaffer

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Civil Rights And Legal Order: The Work Of A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., Donald P. Kommers, Eugenia S. Schwartz Jan 1978

Civil Rights And Legal Order: The Work Of A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., Donald P. Kommers, Eugenia S. Schwartz

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On October 11-12, 1978, Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr.' delivered the Notre Dame Law School's Seventh Annual Civil Rights Lecture under the general title, "From Thomas Jefferson to Bakke: Race and the American Legal Process." It seems to us appropriate, therefore, on the occasion of the Higginbotham lecture, to consider his work as both historian and judge. Specifically, this article will serve the threefold purpose of (1) reviewing Matter of Color, (2) illustrating the author's use of history in two judicial opinions dealing with the rights of black Americans, and (3) reflecting upon the implications of Higginbotham's ...


Studies Of Legal Education: A Review Of Recent Reports, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert S. Redmount Jan 1977

Studies Of Legal Education: A Review Of Recent Reports, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert S. Redmount

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Legal Education: The Classroom Experience, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert S. Redmount Jan 1976

Legal Education: The Classroom Experience, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert S. Redmount

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Learning The Law-Thoughts Toward A Human Perspective, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert S. Redmount Jan 1976

Learning The Law-Thoughts Toward A Human Perspective, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert S. Redmount

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Report Of The Dean 1973-1974, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1974

Report Of The Dean 1973-1974, Thomas L. Shaffer

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Report Of The Dean 1972-1973, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1973

Report Of The Dean 1972-1973, Thomas L. Shaffer

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Collaboration In Studying Law, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1973

Collaboration In Studying Law, Thomas L. Shaffer

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This articles provides a description of the experiments used in curriculum, teaching methods, and administration. It urges the Law School to assist students in seeing collaboration in studying law is a winning style. The author hopes that through experiments, students will actually start to see that collaboration encourages success among law students, and especially first-year law students where collaboration is valuable because of the situation students are in.


Report Of The Dean 1971-1972, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1972

Report Of The Dean 1971-1972, Thomas L. Shaffer

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Thirteen Rules For Academic Meetings, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 1971

Thirteen Rules For Academic Meetings, Thomas L. Shaffer

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No abstract provided.