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Joint Statement Of Department Of Water Resources Of Arizona, Colorado River Board Of California, And Colorado River Commission Of Nevada On House Bill 2642 Before The Committee On Interior And Insular Affairs House Of Representatives, Myron B. Holbert Jun 1988

Joint Statement Of Department Of Water Resources Of Arizona, Colorado River Board Of California, And Colorado River Commission Of Nevada On House Bill 2642 Before The Committee On Interior And Insular Affairs House Of Representatives, Myron B. Holbert

Natural Resource Development in Indian Country (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

43 pages.


Cooperative Agreements Between Tribes And The States, Bernard P. Becker Jun 1988

Cooperative Agreements Between Tribes And The States, Bernard P. Becker

Natural Resource Development in Indian Country (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

36 pages.


Wildlife Management: State And Tribal Jurisdiction At Umatilla, Douglas Nash Jun 1988

Wildlife Management: State And Tribal Jurisdiction At Umatilla, Douglas Nash

Natural Resource Development in Indian Country (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

11 pages.


Agenda: Natural Resource Development In Indian Country, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center Jun 1988

Agenda: Natural Resource Development In Indian Country, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

Natural Resource Development in Indian Country (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

Conference organizers and/or faculty included University of Colorado School of Law professors David H. Getches, Charles F. Wilkinson, Lawrence J. MacDonnell and Richard B. Collins.

Indian reservations constitute about 2.5% of all land in the country and 5% of all land in the American West. During the last two decades, Indian natural resources issues have moved to the forefront as tribal governments have dramatically expanded their regulatory programs, judicial systems. and resource development activities. This major symposium will address current developments and assess likely future directions in the areas of tribal, federal, and state regulation; tribal-state intergovernmental agreements ...


The Governmental Context For Development In Indian Country: Modern Tribal Institutions And The Bureau Of Indian Affairs, Susan M. Williams Jun 1988

The Governmental Context For Development In Indian Country: Modern Tribal Institutions And The Bureau Of Indian Affairs, Susan M. Williams

Natural Resource Development in Indian Country (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

26 pages.


The Process Of Decision-Making In Tribal Courts, Tom Tso Jun 1988

The Process Of Decision-Making In Tribal Courts, Tom Tso

Natural Resource Development in Indian Country (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

11 pages.


The Balancing Test, Patrick M. Mcfadden May 1988

The Balancing Test, Patrick M. Mcfadden

Boston College Law Review

No abstract provided.


Precedent And Legal Authority: A Critical History, Charles W. Collier Jan 1988

Precedent And Legal Authority: A Critical History, Charles W. Collier

UF Law Faculty Publications

In this Article, Professor Charles Collier traces out a general theory of precedential authority through historical sources. The Article focuses on three particularly influential views of precedent: Wambaugh's concept of dictum, Oliphant's concept of stare decisis, and Goodhart's concept of ratio decidendi. These views illustrate an underlying tension between two distinct doctrines of precedential authority. The first doctrine, derived from humanistic thought, restricts-legal authority as narrowly as possible to the express terms of an original text. The second doctrine draws on the broad, generalizing tendencies of the empirical sciences and their corresponding conceptions of scientific authority. The ...


The Alien Tort Statute: International Human Rights Watchdog Or Simply Historical Trivia, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 341 (1988), Debra A. Harvey Jan 1988

The Alien Tort Statute: International Human Rights Watchdog Or Simply Historical Trivia, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 341 (1988), Debra A. Harvey

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Edwards V. Aguillard: The Lemon Test Yields Bitter Fruit For Traditional Religious Values, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 613 (1988), John R. Russell Jan 1988

Edwards V. Aguillard: The Lemon Test Yields Bitter Fruit For Traditional Religious Values, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 613 (1988), John R. Russell

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Arizona V. Hicks: Probable Cause Requirement Under The Plain View Doctrine, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 903 (1988), Robert J. Kuker Jan 1988

Arizona V. Hicks: Probable Cause Requirement Under The Plain View Doctrine, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 903 (1988), Robert J. Kuker

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Constitutionality Of Attorney Fee Forfeiture Under Rico And Cce, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 155 (1988), John R. Russell Jan 1988

The Constitutionality Of Attorney Fee Forfeiture Under Rico And Cce, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 155 (1988), John R. Russell

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


United States V. Johnson: The Supreme Court Extends The Feres Doctrine Bar To Ftca Recovery Against Non-Military Tortfeasors, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 199 (1988), Susan Beaupre Lindholm Jan 1988

United States V. Johnson: The Supreme Court Extends The Feres Doctrine Bar To Ftca Recovery Against Non-Military Tortfeasors, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 199 (1988), Susan Beaupre Lindholm

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Mccleskey V. Kemp: The Supreme Court Pulls The Switch On Future Judicial Challenges To The Death Penalty, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 215 (1988), William H. Jones Jan 1988

Mccleskey V. Kemp: The Supreme Court Pulls The Switch On Future Judicial Challenges To The Death Penalty, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 215 (1988), William H. Jones

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rock V. Arkansas: Hypnosis And The Prejudice Rule - Your Memories May Not Be Your Own, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 409 (1988), Gail Downer Zwemke Jan 1988

Rock V. Arkansas: Hypnosis And The Prejudice Rule - Your Memories May Not Be Your Own, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 409 (1988), Gail Downer Zwemke

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Johnson V. Transportation Agency: The United States Supreme Court Weighs Statistical Imbalance In Favor Of Affirmative Action, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 593 (1988), Denise C. Hockley-Cann Jan 1988

Johnson V. Transportation Agency: The United States Supreme Court Weighs Statistical Imbalance In Favor Of Affirmative Action, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 593 (1988), Denise C. Hockley-Cann

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Nollan V. California Coastal Commission: Unprecedented Intrusion Upon A State's Judgment Of The Proper Means To Be Applied In Land Use Regulation, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 641 (1988), Mary M. Cizerle Jan 1988

Nollan V. California Coastal Commission: Unprecedented Intrusion Upon A State's Judgment Of The Proper Means To Be Applied In Land Use Regulation, 21 J. Marshall L. Rev. 641 (1988), Mary M. Cizerle

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Affirmative Action: A Divided Supreme Court, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 99 (1988), Arthur J. Marinelli Jan 1988

Affirmative Action: A Divided Supreme Court, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 99 (1988), Arthur J. Marinelli

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Doing Politics In The United States Supreme Court, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 265 (1988), John D. Gorby Jan 1988

Doing Politics In The United States Supreme Court, 22 J. Marshall L. Rev. 265 (1988), John D. Gorby

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Taking The Framers Seriously, William Michael Treanor Jan 1988

Taking The Framers Seriously, William Michael Treanor

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

This article reviews Taking the Constitution Seriously by Walter Berns (1987).

This review focuses on three of the key historical points that Walter Berns makes: his arguments that the Declaration of Independence is a Lockean document; that the Constitution encapsulates the political philosophy of the Declaration; and that the framers viewed the commercialization of society as a salutary development and were unambivalent champions of the right to property. Examination of these issues suggests that the ideological universe of the framers was far more complex than Berns indicates. While the revolutionary era witnessed a new concern with individual rights and a ...