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Criminal Procedure: Examples And Explanations, Robert Bloom, Mark Brodin Oct 2013

Criminal Procedure: Examples And Explanations, Robert Bloom, Mark Brodin

Robert Bloom

No abstract provided.


What Bush's Litigation Teaches Us About Compassionate Conservatism, Sharon Beckman Nov 2000

What Bush's Litigation Teaches Us About Compassionate Conservatism, Sharon Beckman

Sharon Beckman

No abstract provided.


The Quivering Gulliver: U.S. Views On A Permanent International Criminal Court, John Murphy Jul 2000

The Quivering Gulliver: U.S. Views On A Permanent International Criminal Court, John Murphy

John F. Murphy

No abstract provided.


Junk Philosophy Of Science?: The Paradox Of Expertise And Interdisciplinarity In Federal Courts, David Caudill, R. Redding Jul 2000

Junk Philosophy Of Science?: The Paradox Of Expertise And Interdisciplinarity In Federal Courts, David Caudill, R. Redding

David S Caudill

No abstract provided.


Online- Gamblin Foes Lose A Hand, Tom Bell Jul 2000

Online- Gamblin Foes Lose A Hand, Tom Bell

Tom W. Bell

No abstract provided.


Confessions Of A Law Dean, Roger Abrams Jun 2000

Confessions Of A Law Dean, Roger Abrams

Roger I. Abrams

Dean Abrams was invited to participate in a symposium of law school deans and describe the nature of the dean’s job. In this article he explained how a successful dean loves his or her job and works as part of a team with the faculty and administration to create a learning community and provide a supportive environment for all concerned.


Competency And Common Law: Why And How Decision-Making Capacity Criteria Should Be Drawn From The Capacity-Determination Process, Charles Baron May 2000

Competency And Common Law: Why And How Decision-Making Capacity Criteria Should Be Drawn From The Capacity-Determination Process, Charles Baron

Charles H. Baron

Determining competence to request physician-assisted suicide should be no more difficult than determining competence to refuse life-prolonging treatment. In both cases, criteria and procedures should be developed out of the process of actually making capacity determinations; they should not be promulgated a priori. Because patient demeanor plays a critical role in capacity determinations, it should be made part of the record of such determinations through greater use of video- and audiotapes.


Get Your Library Ready For Distance Education, Ann Long Apr 2000

Get Your Library Ready For Distance Education, Ann Long

Ann Walsh Long

No abstract provided.


Teaching Legal Analysis To The Seers, The Hearers And The Doers, Susan Duncan Apr 2000

Teaching Legal Analysis To The Seers, The Hearers And The Doers, Susan Duncan

Susan Duncan

This short essay introduces classroom teaching methodologies for legal analysis to students with various learning styles.


Aall Spectrum Article Of The Year Award, Ann Long Apr 2000

Aall Spectrum Article Of The Year Award, Ann Long

Ann Walsh Long

No abstract provided.


The New Collection Due Process Taxpayer Rights, Leslie Book Jan 2000

The New Collection Due Process Taxpayer Rights, Leslie Book

Leslie Book

No abstract provided.


Criminal Procedure: Examples And Explanations, Robert Bloom, Mark Brodin Dec 1999

Criminal Procedure: Examples And Explanations, Robert Bloom, Mark Brodin

Robert M. Bloom

No abstract provided.


Transforming Social Inquiry, Transforming Social Action: New Paradigms For Crossing The Theory/Practice Divide In Universities And Communities, Francine Sherman,, William Torbet, Dec 1999

Transforming Social Inquiry, Transforming Social Action: New Paradigms For Crossing The Theory/Practice Divide In Universities And Communities, Francine Sherman,, William Torbet,

Francine T. Sherman

This edited volume describes models of interdisciplinary collaboration in which universities and communities work together on participatory action research and social action. The university and community partnerships described in this volume are in the areas of education, law, psychology and organizational development and all share a vision of universities engaged collaboratively with communities. The volume is a resource for foundations, government and college and university administrators interested in exploring approaches to teaching and research that take students and faculty into communities for action research and ethical reflection.


Dirty Little Secrets, Robert Bennett Dec 1999

Dirty Little Secrets, Robert Bennett

Robert B. Bennett

Note: full-text not available due to publisher restrictions. Link takes you to an external site where you can purchase the article or borrow it from a local library.


Restatement Of The Law (Third): The Law Governing Lawyers, Daniel Coquillette Dec 1999

Restatement Of The Law (Third): The Law Governing Lawyers, Daniel Coquillette

Daniel R. Coquillette

No abstract provided.


Legal Issues, Mark Drumbl Dec 1999

Legal Issues, Mark Drumbl

Mark A. Drumbl

No abstract provided.


Compliance With Non-Binding Norms Of Trade And Finance, David Wirth Dec 1999

Compliance With Non-Binding Norms Of Trade And Finance, David Wirth

David A. Wirth

No abstract provided.


Trade And Inequality: Economic Justice And The Developing World, Frank Garcia Dec 1999

Trade And Inequality: Economic Justice And The Developing World, Frank Garcia

Frank J. Garcia

No abstract provided.


Banking Law Manual: Federal Regulation Of Financial Holding Companies, Banks, And Thrifts Dec 1999

Banking Law Manual: Federal Regulation Of Financial Holding Companies, Banks, And Thrifts

Patricia A. McCoy

No abstract provided.


There's A Forest In Those Trees: Teaching About The Role Of Corporations In Society, Kent Greenfield Dec 1999

There's A Forest In Those Trees: Teaching About The Role Of Corporations In Society, Kent Greenfield

Kent Greenfield

This paper was prepared for the University of Georgia School of Law Conference on Teaching Corporate Law, October 16, 1999. The paper argues that the basic corporate law course should focus much more on the questions surrounding the role of the corporation in society. In the typical corporate law course, little attention is given to the broad question of the position of the corporation within society at large or the narrower question of the relationship between the corporation and workers. The lack of consideration of these issues is odd indeed, since corporate law (like all law) is understandable only within ...


Changing The Culture, Robert Bennett Dec 1999

Changing The Culture, Robert Bennett

Robert B. Bennett

Note: full-text not available due to publisher restrictions. Link takes you to an external site where you can purchase the article or borrow it from a local library.


Developments In Environmental Coverage, Edward Lyons Dec 1999

Developments In Environmental Coverage, Edward Lyons

Edward C. Lyons

No abstract provided.


Intellectual Property: General Theories, Peter Menell Dec 1999

Intellectual Property: General Theories, Peter Menell

Peter Menell

This chapter surveys and synthesizes the deepening and widening theoretical landscape of intellectual property. Not surprisingly, the principal philosophical theory applied to the protection of utilitarian works - that is, technological inventions - has been utilitarianism. Utilitarian theorists generally endorse the creation of intellectual property rights as an appropriate means to foster innovation. Non-utilitarian theorists emphasize creators’ moral rights to control their work. Many of these scholars draw upon multiple philosophical strands in constructing their analyses.


Equal Protection’S Antinomies And The Promise Of A Co-Constitutive Approach, Julie Nice Dec 1999

Equal Protection’S Antinomies And The Promise Of A Co-Constitutive Approach, Julie Nice

Julie A. Nice

This article explores how a central insight of Law and Society scholarship – that law and society are mutually constitutive – explains and informs Equal Protection jurisprudence. Professor Nice describes the state of equal protection discourse as caught in perpetual antinomic debates, with courts typically endorsing the more conservative alternative within such debates, including: (1) adopting assimilation (not anti-subordination) as the goal; (2) treating subordinated persons the same as (not different than) dominant persons; (3) looking backward toward remediation (not forward toward substantive equality); (4) requiring blindness (not consciousness) of the relevant trait; (5) focusing on the classifying trait (not the disadvantaged ...


The Liability Of International Arbitrators: A Comparative Analysis And Proposal For Qualified Immunity, Susan Franck Dec 1999

The Liability Of International Arbitrators: A Comparative Analysis And Proposal For Qualified Immunity, Susan Franck

Susan D. Franck

International arbitration has become the preferred way of resolving international commercial disputes. Although the parties have an opportunity to play a role in the selection of arbitrators, there may nevertheless be concerns about the integrity of the dispute resolution process. This article examines the nature of the relationship between the parties and the arbitrators. It then explores how a variety of countries address the issues of arbitrator liability or immunity from the common law, civil law and Islamic law perspectives. The article ultimately recommends the adoption of a qualified immunity standard, which balances the needs for arbitrators to function independently ...


Waging War Against The World: A Crime?, Mark Drumbl Dec 1999

Waging War Against The World: A Crime?, Mark Drumbl

Mark A. Drumbl

No abstract provided.


Conditioning Expectations: The Protection Of The Employment Bond In German And American Law, Thomas Kohler, Michael Kittner Dec 1999

Conditioning Expectations: The Protection Of The Employment Bond In German And American Law, Thomas Kohler, Michael Kittner

Thomas C. Kohler

According to many observers, one of the critical factors accounting for the unprecedented economic growth that the United States enjoyed during the past decade is a regulatory regime that places few restrictions on an employer's ability to shed unwanted employees. Similarly, the slower economic growth that Germany and Europe experienced during this period often is attributed to elaborate employment protection schemes that restrict the ability of employers to discharge undesired workers. These protections are blamed for making countries like Germany less attractive places for foreign investment. This piece examines in comparative perspective the restrictions the American and German regulatory ...


Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., And William James: The Bad Man And The Moral Life, Catharine Wells Dec 1999

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., And William James: The Bad Man And The Moral Life, Catharine Wells

Catharine P. Wells

No abstract provided.


Motor Carrier System: A Guide To Regulatory Compliance, Scotty Dunlap Dec 1999

Motor Carrier System: A Guide To Regulatory Compliance, Scotty Dunlap

Scotty Dunlap

What is our liability? Where do I look for regulatory information? What information do I include in the program? Who will do the training? How do I get the support of upper management as well as hourly employees? What will the implementation cost the company? These are only a few of the questions being asked by professionals in the transportation industry who have realized the requirement to implement a safety program in their place of business.


Tax Competition: What (If Anything) To Do About It?, Hugh Ault Dec 1999

Tax Competition: What (If Anything) To Do About It?, Hugh Ault

Hugh J. Ault

No abstract provided.