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Abolishing The Peremptory Challenge: The Verdict Of Emerging Caselaw, Rodger L. Hochman Jan 1993

Abolishing The Peremptory Challenge: The Verdict Of Emerging Caselaw, Rodger L. Hochman

Nova Law Review

In Batson v. Kentucky, the 1986 Supreme Court decision that made it unconstitutional to use the peremptory challenge to reject jurors on the basis of race, Justice Thurgood Marshall applauded the majority for its holding.


Recovering From Hurricane Andrew: Your Legal Rights Jan 1993

Recovering From Hurricane Andrew: Your Legal Rights

Nova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pain & Suffering, Dave Barry Jan 1993

Pain & Suffering, Dave Barry

Nova Law Review

As an American, you are very fortunate to live in a country (America) where you have many legal rights.


Ugly As Sin, Arnold B. Kanter Jan 1993

Ugly As Sin, Arnold B. Kanter

Nova Law Review

As I said, not so long ago women were a rather scarce commodity in our firm.


Attorney's Guide To Safe Fax: Dear Dr. Schwarz, Dr. Schwarz Jan 1993

Attorney's Guide To Safe Fax: Dear Dr. Schwarz, Dr. Schwarz

Nova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Drudge, Ron Ostroff Jan 1993

The Drudge, Ron Ostroff

Nova Law Review

Most law students don't want to get romantically involved with other law students.


Syllabus, Dan Mcgurn Jan 1993

Syllabus, Dan Mcgurn

Nova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Bases Are Loaded And Its Time To Get A Restraining Order: The Confounding Conflation Of America's Two National Pastimes, Paul A. Lebel Jan 1993

The Bases Are Loaded And Its Time To Get A Restraining Order: The Confounding Conflation Of America's Two National Pastimes, Paul A. Lebel

Nova Law Review

Time might begin on opening day and life might imitate the world series, according to one of our finest contemporary sports writers, but it is arguable that too little attention has been paid to the relationship between America's leading pastimes, litigation and baseball.


Memo Of Masochism (Reflections In Legal Writing), J. Tim Willette Jan 1993

Memo Of Masochism (Reflections In Legal Writing), J. Tim Willette

Nova Law Review

To succeed in the legal profession the law student must master, in addition to the procedural and substantive law, a combination of counseling, negotiating, advocacy, and research skills.


Law And The Chicken: An Eggs-Aggerated Curriculum Proposal, Roger I. Abrams Jan 1993

Law And The Chicken: An Eggs-Aggerated Curriculum Proposal, Roger I. Abrams

Nova Law Review

For decades, legal educators have debated two important curricular issues: How do we introduce law students to the study of law?


Roger Abrams, 1986-93, Paul R. Joseph Jan 1993

Roger Abrams, 1986-93, Paul R. Joseph

Nova Law Review

When word went around that Roger was leaving to accept deanship at Rutgers, Newark, I E-mailed my congratulations to him on the computer network that did not exist before he came to Nova.


Emergency Decisionmaking During The State Of Florida's Response To Hurricane Andrew*, Stephen T. Maher Jan 1993

Emergency Decisionmaking During The State Of Florida's Response To Hurricane Andrew*, Stephen T. Maher

Nova Law Review

This article focuses attention on emergency decisionmaking during the State of Florida's response to Hurricane Andrew, the nation's costliest natural disaster.


That Sinking Feeling- A Boat Owner's Liability In The Aftermath Of A Hurricane, James E. Mercante Jan 1993

That Sinking Feeling- A Boat Owner's Liability In The Aftermath Of A Hurricane, James E. Mercante

Nova Law Review

True to the notion that "it's better to know a friend with a boat than to own one," wrecks are all that remain of many pleasure boats which were moored in the path of Hurricane Andrew.


Judicial Use Immunity And The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination In Court Mandated Therapy Programs, Scott Michael Solkoff Jan 1993

Judicial Use Immunity And The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination In Court Mandated Therapy Programs, Scott Michael Solkoff

Nova Law Review

HIGHLIGHT: This note examines cases in which a criminal defendant is ordered to admit his or her guilt during therapy as a condition to probation.


The Care And Feeding Of Tv Court Critics, Gerald F. Uelmen Jan 1993

The Care And Feeding Of Tv Court Critics, Gerald F. Uelmen

Nova Law Review

There was a time in America when courtrooms were one of the chief sources of entertainment and amusement.


Florida Criminal Procedure - Eighteen Months Of Appellate Decisions...Defining Directions For The Nineties, Bruce A. Zimet, Erica J. Massaro Jan 1993

Florida Criminal Procedure - Eighteen Months Of Appellate Decisions...Defining Directions For The Nineties, Bruce A. Zimet, Erica J. Massaro

Nova Law Review

National and international attention focused upon state criminal proceedings in Florida during the past eighteen months.


The Annotated Cordas, Michael L. Richmond Jan 1993

The Annotated Cordas, Michael L. Richmond

Nova Law Review

Cordas v. Peerless Transportation Company appears as a principal case in at least two casebooks on the of Torts, and as a note case in at least three others.


Socrates' Class: A One-Act Play, Marc Rohr Jan 1993

Socrates' Class: A One-Act Play, Marc Rohr

Nova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Faculty Meetings: "A Quorum Plus Cramshaw", Ron Lansing Jan 1993

Faculty Meetings: "A Quorum Plus Cramshaw", Ron Lansing

Nova Law Review

When the sign painter put "BEATRICE CRAMSHAW, HEAD FACULTY SECRETARY" on her office door, she told him to add "MISS" before her name.


Notes And Comments: A Law Review Article, Patric M. Verrone Jan 1993

Notes And Comments: A Law Review Article, Patric M. Verrone

Nova Law Review

This is the first sentence of a generic law review article. Just like the opinions, treatises, and other legal writings cited within it, it will be convoluted, confusing, long winded, and, worst, and, worst of all, excessively footnoted.


Business Interruption Insurance - A Business Perspective, David A. Borghesi Jan 1993

Business Interruption Insurance - A Business Perspective, David A. Borghesi

Nova Law Review

Business interruption insurance policies are contracts of indemnity.


Mad Dogs And Englishmen: Pierson V. Post [A Ditty Dedicated To Freshman Law Students, Confused On The Merits], Ridgely Schlockverse Iii Jan 1993

Mad Dogs And Englishmen: Pierson V. Post [A Ditty Dedicated To Freshman Law Students, Confused On The Merits], Ridgely Schlockverse Iii

Nova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Nova Law Review Full Issue Jan 1993

Nova Law Review Full Issue

Nova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Peter Thornton, 1974-75, Bruce Rogow Jan 1993

Peter Thornton, 1974-75, Bruce Rogow

Nova Law Review

It must have been March 1974 when I came up to Fort Lauderdale to meet Peter Thornton, the dean of the non-existent Nova Law School.


Section 553.84: Remedy Without A Cause?, Byron G. Petersen, Steven S. Goodman Jan 1993

Section 553.84: Remedy Without A Cause?, Byron G. Petersen, Steven S. Goodman

Nova Law Review

Hurricane Andrew, the third most intense hurricane to hit the United States, not only caused widespread destruction in South Florida but quickly spawned litigation against homebuilders premised on allegations of building code violations.


Hurricane Andrew: From Devastation And Chaos To Rebirth And Renewal, Alan T. Dimond Jan 1993

Hurricane Andrew: From Devastation And Chaos To Rebirth And Renewal, Alan T. Dimond

Nova Law Review

On August 24, 1992, a Monday at about 5:00 a.m., Hurricane Andrew danced ashore as a whirling dervish - building in intensity until it was a frenzied maelstrom, out of control, unpredictable, and leaving its South Florida dance floor a heap of ruin and rubble.


Postmodernism And Dworkin: The View From Half-Court, Adam Winkler, Joshua Davis Jan 1993

Postmodernism And Dworkin: The View From Half-Court, Adam Winkler, Joshua Davis

Nova Law Review

The most celebrated rule in all of basketball is the Half-Court rule.


Towards A Bill Of Rights For Russia: Progress And Roadblocks, Vasily A. Vlasihin Jan 1993

Towards A Bill Of Rights For Russia: Progress And Roadblocks, Vasily A. Vlasihin

Nova Law Review

Almost three years before the Soviet Union collapsed after the failed coup d'etat, I arrived at JFK International Airport as a member of a Soviet lawyers' delegation.


Price Gouging: Application Of Florida's Deceptive And Unfair Trade Practices Act In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Andrew, Gary E. Lehman Jan 1993

Price Gouging: Application Of Florida's Deceptive And Unfair Trade Practices Act In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Andrew, Gary E. Lehman

Nova Law Review

On August 23, 1992, in the wake of Hurricane Andrew, Florida's Governor, Lawton Chiles, issued Executive order 92-222-E making the imposition or demand of an exorbitant or excessive price by any vendor of fuels, foods, medicine or other necessities a violation of Florida's Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (the Act).


Snakes, Bananas And Buried Treasure: The Case For Practical Jokes, David Cohn Jan 1993

Snakes, Bananas And Buried Treasure: The Case For Practical Jokes, David Cohn

Nova Law Review

We all appreciate a good joke. Humor is good for the soul.