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Interjurisdictional Certification And Choice Of Law, Ira Robbins Apr 1988

Interjurisdictional Certification And Choice Of Law, Ira Robbins

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

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Interjurisdictional Certification And Choice Of Law, Ira P. Robbins Mar 1988

Interjurisdictional Certification And Choice Of Law, Ira P. Robbins

Ira P. Robbins

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The Fast Food Of Modern Legal Realism (Reviewing Richard Neely, Judicial Jeopardy: When Business Collides With The Courts (1986)), Robert C. Power Jan 1988

The Fast Food Of Modern Legal Realism (Reviewing Richard Neely, Judicial Jeopardy: When Business Collides With The Courts (1986)), Robert C. Power

Robert C Power

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The Preiser Puzzle: Continued Frustrating Conflict Between The Civil Rights And Habeas Corpus Remedies For State Prisoners, Martin A. Schwartz Jan 1988

The Preiser Puzzle: Continued Frustrating Conflict Between The Civil Rights And Habeas Corpus Remedies For State Prisoners, Martin A. Schwartz

Scholarly Works

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A Distorted Mirror: The Supreme Court's Shimmering View Of Summary Judgment, Directed Verdict, And The Value Of Adjudication, Jeffrey W. Stempel Jan 1988

A Distorted Mirror: The Supreme Court's Shimmering View Of Summary Judgment, Directed Verdict, And The Value Of Adjudication, Jeffrey W. Stempel

Scholarly Works

As almost anyone alive during the past decade knows, this is the era of the ‘litigation explosion,’ or there is at least the perception that a litigation explosion exists. Although all agree that the absolute number of lawsuits has increased in virtually every corner of the state and federal court systems, there exists vigorous debate about whether the increase is unusual in relative or historical terms and even more vigorous debate about whether the absolute increase in cases symbolizes the American concern for fairness and justice or represents a surge in frivolous or trivial disputes needlessly clogging the courts. As ...


Judicial Enforcement Of Nlrb Bargaining Orders: What Influences The Courts?, Terry A. Bethel, Catherine A. Melfi Jan 1988

Judicial Enforcement Of Nlrb Bargaining Orders: What Influences The Courts?, Terry A. Bethel, Catherine A. Melfi

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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The Dilution Of The First Amendment And The Equality Of Ideas, William P. Marshall Jan 1988

The Dilution Of The First Amendment And The Equality Of Ideas, William P. Marshall

Faculty Publications

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What The Constitution Means By Executive Power, Charles J. Cooper, Orrin Hatch, Eugene V. Rowstow, Michael E. Tigar Jan 1988

What The Constitution Means By Executive Power, Charles J. Cooper, Orrin Hatch, Eugene V. Rowstow, Michael E. Tigar

Faculty Scholarship

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