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Nova Law Review-Volume 25-2000-2001, Amy Bloom, Rebecca A. Brownell, Lori S. Bangor, Stacy A. Warman, Efrain Carlos, Alison Cossetti, Ivan J. Kopas, Alan Seagrave, Tracy J. Somers, Zascha Blanco, Caren M. Daley, Deborah A. Dickstein, Rachel W. Friedland Oct 2000

Nova Law Review-Volume 25-2000-2001, Amy Bloom, Rebecca A. Brownell, Lori S. Bangor, Stacy A. Warman, Efrain Carlos, Alison Cossetti, Ivan J. Kopas, Alan Seagrave, Tracy J. Somers, Zascha Blanco, Caren M. Daley, Deborah A. Dickstein, Rachel W. Friedland

Law Review Mastheads

No abstract provided.


Christians And The Military, Jeffrey C. Tuomala Jun 2000

Christians And The Military, Jeffrey C. Tuomala

Jeffrey C. Tuomala

No abstract provided.


Christians And The Military, Jeffrey C. Tuomala Jun 2000

Christians And The Military, Jeffrey C. Tuomala

Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Response: The Values Of Legal Archaeology, Judith Maute Jan 2000

Response: The Values Of Legal Archaeology, Judith Maute

Judith L. Maute

No abstract provided.


Selecting Justice In State Courts: The Ballot Box Or The Backroom?, Judith Maute Jan 2000

Selecting Justice In State Courts: The Ballot Box Or The Backroom?, Judith Maute

Judith L. Maute

No abstract provided.


Pro Bono Publico In Oklahoma: Time For Change, Judith Maute Jan 2000

Pro Bono Publico In Oklahoma: Time For Change, Judith Maute

Judith L. Maute

No abstract provided.


Malexandertalet: Ett Tal - Två Situationer, Matilda Arvidsson Dec 1999

Malexandertalet: Ett Tal - Två Situationer, Matilda Arvidsson

Dr Matilda Arvidsson

In this article the court speech delivered by the "Malexander widow", Anneli Ljungberg, is analysed in terms of Lloyd Bitzers "rhetorical situation" and found to work within two different and simultaneous rhetorical situations. Thus, the article shows how a court speech might break with rhetorical conventions of one rhetorical situation because of the conventions governing the other and simultaneously ongoing rhetorical situation.