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Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 4, Society Of American Law Teachers Dec 1995

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 4, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Patricia A. Cain & Elisa Garcia, Barbara Aldave to Receive 1996 SALT Teaching Award in San Antonio, at 1.

Patricia A. Cain, President's Column, at 1.

SALT Events at the AALS Meeting, at 3.

Plan Now for Cover Conference in March, at 4.

Remember to Contribute to the Stuart Filler Fund, at 4.

Scott Taylor Elected as SALT's New Treasurer, at 4.

Joyce Saltalamachia, SALT Board Meets in New York, at 5.


Museletter: Fall 1995, Allen Moye Oct 1995

Museletter: Fall 1995, Allen Moye

Museletter

Table of Contents:

Majority of Students On-Line

Fall Break Hours

Who's Who in the Library

Circulation

History of the Net

Glossary of Internet Jargon


How Can A Product Be Liable?, Anita Bernstein Oct 1995

How Can A Product Be Liable?, Anita Bernstein

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Fdic's Fraudulent Conveyance Power Under The Crime Control Act Of 1990: Bank Insolvency Law And The Politics Of The Iron Triangle, Edward J. Janger Oct 1995

The Fdic's Fraudulent Conveyance Power Under The Crime Control Act Of 1990: Bank Insolvency Law And The Politics Of The Iron Triangle, Edward J. Janger

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


1995-1996 Home Energy Assistance Program (Heap) Rule, Maine State Housing Authority Sep 1995

1995-1996 Home Energy Assistance Program (Heap) Rule, Maine State Housing Authority

Maine Collection

1995-1996 Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Rule

State of Maine / Maine State Housing Authority / David Lakari, Director

Augusta, Maine, September 1995.

(Proposed Amendments to Home Energy Assistance Program Rule)

Chapter 24 - Home Energy Assistance Program Rule

Sections: 1. Definitions / 2. Eligibility / 3. Sub-Grantees / 4. Application / 5. Payment of Benefits / 6. Energy Crisis Intervention Program / 7. HEAP Weatherization and Central Heating Improvement Program (CHIP) / 8. Indian Tribes / 9. Administration of HEAP / 10. Monitoring / 11. Noncompliance / 12. Procurement / 13. Fair Hearings / 14. Additional Provisions


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 3, Society Of American Law Teachers Aug 1995

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 3, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Pat Cain, SALT Treasurer Stuart Filler is Retiring: Fellowship Fund Established in His Honor, at 1.

Jean C. Love, President's Column, at 1.

Margaret E. Montoya, A SALT Retreat Amidst Buddhists: Recollections About a First Board Meeting, at 5.

Joyce Saltalamachia, SALT Board Meets Following Two-Day Retreat, at 6.

SALT's Agenda 2000, at 8.

Pat Cain, Update on SALT Amicus Briefs, at 10.

First Monday 1995: SALT to Co-Sponsor Fighting for Justice in the 1990s, at 11.

Arthur S. Leonard, New Defense Department Regulations Preserve "Sub-Element" Exemption, at 15.


Richmond Law Magazine: Summer 1995 Jul 1995

Richmond Law Magazine: Summer 1995

Richmond Law Magazine

Features:

The Harbaugh Years

Tribute

124th Commencement

The Mattox Debate

The Emroch Lecture


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Special Edition Issue, Society Of American Law Teachers Jul 1995

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Special Edition Issue, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Michael Rooke-Ley, SALT Speaks Out on Diversity, Inclusion and the Promise of "Affirmative Action," at 1.

Pat Cain, The Unfortunate Rhetoric of Affirmative Action, at 2.

Leslie Espinoza, Access to Power, at 2.

Michael Kinsley, The Spoils of Victimhood, at 3.

Stephanie Wildman, Embracing Diversity, at 4.

Gerald Horne, Reversing Discrimination: The Case for Affirmative Action, at 5.

Ellis Cose, Meritocracy, at 5.

David Chang, Slavery's Consequences, at 6.

Stanley Fish, Affirming Affirmative Action, at 7.

Nicholas Lemann, Premature Evaluation, at 9.

Rutgers Proud of Law School's Set-Asides, at 10.

Janice, S. Robinson, Opening ...


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 2, Society Of American Law Teachers Jun 1995

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 2, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Howard A. Glickstein, 1994-95 SALT Salary Survey, at 1.

SALT Membership, at 1.


Attorney General's Charity Spending Profiles, Daniel E. Lungren Apr 1995

Attorney General's Charity Spending Profiles, Daniel E. Lungren

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


Supreme Court Roundtable: Fogerty V. Fantasy, Inc. And Campbell V. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc., Beryl R. Jones-Woodin Apr 1995

Supreme Court Roundtable: Fogerty V. Fantasy, Inc. And Campbell V. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc., Beryl R. Jones-Woodin

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 1, Society Of American Law Teachers Apr 1995

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 1, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Sean Maher & Tanya Green, Cover Retreat: Privilege and Power in Public Interest Advocacy, at 1.

Pat Cain, President's Column, at 1.

Joyce Saltalamachia, SALT Mid-Winter Board Meeting at AALS, at 5.

Arthur S. Leonard, Congressional Pressure Mounts on Law School Discrimination Policies, at 6.

Margaret Y.K. Woo, Asian Pacific American Law Faculty Group Formed, at 7.

Okianer Christian Dark, LSAC and Academic Assistance Programs, at 8.


Marlowe's Faustus: Contract As Metaphor?, Daniel B. Yeager Jan 1995

Marlowe's Faustus: Contract As Metaphor?, Daniel B. Yeager

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Refining The Government Relations Program: The Final Report Of The Task Force On Aall's Government Relations Activities, Timothy L. Coggins Jan 1995

Refining The Government Relations Program: The Final Report Of The Task Force On Aall's Government Relations Activities, Timothy L. Coggins

Law Faculty Publications

During the summer of 1993, Kay Todd, President Elect of the American Association of Law Libraries, named a special task force to review the Association's government relations activities, presenting it with a goal of achieving a better coordination of such activities. The charges to the Task Force on AALL's Government Relations Activities and the processes that the Task Force utilized in fulfilling these charges are outlined in the final and interim reports of the Task Force, which follow this introduction. The Interim Report of the Task Force was submitted to the AALL Executive Board prior to its April ...


Finding Shade From The "Government In The Sunshine Act": A Proposal To Permit Private Informal Background Discussions At The U.S. International Trade Commission, Michael A. Lawrence Jan 1995

Finding Shade From The "Government In The Sunshine Act": A Proposal To Permit Private Informal Background Discussions At The U.S. International Trade Commission, Michael A. Lawrence

Faculty Publications

This article suggests that the practice of International Trade Commission (ITC) commissioners not to deliberate or share opinions among the themselves before releasing their decisions in antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) cases is at once shortsighted, anti-intellectual, and ultimately unnecessary. The plain language and legislative history of the federal Government in the Sunshine Act - the ITC’s apparent procedural reason not to deliberate or share opinions – simply does not apply, either to informal background discussions among the commissioners designed to clarify issues and expose varying views, or to the sort of meetings where the commissioners might discuss AD/CVD ...


Hostile Work Environment And The Objective Reasonableness Conundrum: Deriving A Workable Framework From Tort Law For Addressing Knowing Harassment Of Hypersensitive Employees, Frank S. Ravitch Jan 1995

Hostile Work Environment And The Objective Reasonableness Conundrum: Deriving A Workable Framework From Tort Law For Addressing Knowing Harassment Of Hypersensitive Employees, Frank S. Ravitch

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Using Agency Principles For Guidance In Finding Employer Liability For A Supervisor's Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment, Glen Staszewski Jan 1995

Using Agency Principles For Guidance In Finding Employer Liability For A Supervisor's Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment, Glen Staszewski

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Justice Blackmun And Securities Arbitration: Mcmahon Revisited, James A. Fanto Jan 1995

Justice Blackmun And Securities Arbitration: Mcmahon Revisited, James A. Fanto

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Is The Shingle Theory Dead?, Roberta S. Karmel Jan 1995

Is The Shingle Theory Dead?, Roberta S. Karmel

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 1995 Jan 1995

Richmond Law Magazine: Winter 1995

Richmond Law Magazine

Features:

The Information Superhighway

Well-Connected

Technology


Cooler Heads Shall Prevail: Assessing The Costs And The Consequences Of Quebec Separation, Patrick Monahan Jan 1995

Cooler Heads Shall Prevail: Assessing The Costs And The Consequences Of Quebec Separation, Patrick Monahan

Commissioned Reports, Studies and Public Policy Documents

No abstract provided.


Reconstructing The Bill Of Rights: A Reply To Amar And Marcus's Triple Play On Double Jeopardy, Susan Herman Jan 1995

Reconstructing The Bill Of Rights: A Reply To Amar And Marcus's Triple Play On Double Jeopardy, Susan Herman

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Epilogue: Making Reconceptualization Of Violence Against Women Real, Elizabeth M. Schneider Jan 1995

Epilogue: Making Reconceptualization Of Violence Against Women Real, Elizabeth M. Schneider

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Transformation Of French Corporate Governance And United States Institutional Investors, James Fanto Jan 1995

The Transformation Of French Corporate Governance And United States Institutional Investors, James Fanto

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Preface, Annette E. Clark Jan 1995

Preface, Annette E. Clark

Seattle University Law Review

On November 18, 1994, the Seattle University School of Law and the Seattle University Law Review proudly sponsored A Symposium on the Legal, Medical, Ethical, and Societal Issues Surrounding Physician-Assisted Death. This Symposium was notable not only for its timely subject matter, but also because it was the first of our annual symposia to be held under the auspices of our new parent institution, Seattle University. From the earliest planning stages, the Seattle University administration and academic community exhibited remarkable support and enthusiasm for this endeavor. The Symposium and this issue thus mark the beginning of what promises to be ...


Physician-Assisted Suicide, Albert R. Jonsen Jan 1995

Physician-Assisted Suicide, Albert R. Jonsen

Seattle University Law Review

This Article briefly summarizes the history of the euthanasia debate in the United States, describes the classical arguments for and against euthanasia, examines the terms of the current debate, and concludes that while society may want to recognize a competent patient's right to escape the suffering of a terminal illness, it should do so with humility—and with caution.


Physician Aid In Dying: A Humane Option, A Constitutionally Protected Choice, Kathryn L. Tucker, David J. Burman Jan 1995

Physician Aid In Dying: A Humane Option, A Constitutionally Protected Choice, Kathryn L. Tucker, David J. Burman

Seattle University Law Review

This Article presents the argument that the Fourteenth Amendment protects the individual decision to hasten death with physician-prescribed medication and that statutes prohibiting physician-assisted suicide deny equal protection, guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment, to competent, terminally-ill adults who are not on life support.


Seeking Compassion In Dying: The Washington State Law Against Assisted Suicide, Edward J. Larson Jan 1995

Seeking Compassion In Dying: The Washington State Law Against Assisted Suicide, Edward J. Larson

Seattle University Law Review

From a constitutional standpoint, the decision by Judge Rothstein is more significant than the Oregon initiative because her reasoning calls into question statutes against assisted suicide that are currently in effect in most American states and are part of traditional Anglo-American law. Her ruling goes far beyond the Oregon initiative (now the Death With Dignity Act), which created a narrow statutory exception in the law against assisted suicide. It establishes a broad, new constitutional right that will restrict legislative efforts to address this controversial social issue. The decision was unprecedented; no prior court had limited a state's authority to ...


Exposing Some Myths About Physician-Assisted Suicide, Giles R. Scofield Jan 1995

Exposing Some Myths About Physician-Assisted Suicide, Giles R. Scofield

Seattle University Law Review

From my perspective, the fuss about physician-assisted suicide is about as important as re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. Given the current state of our health care system, which remains in a state of crisis regardless—and perhaps because of—what did not happen last year, the legalization of physician-assisted suicide is morally essential only to those who are indifferent to the health care needs and concerns of most Americans. You now know that I do have something to say about this issue. Instead of engaging in the debate, however, I intend to engage the debate. By that, I ...


The Professional Liability Crisis And The Need For Professional Limited Liability Companies: Washington's Model Approach, Bryan Smith Jan 1995

The Professional Liability Crisis And The Need For Professional Limited Liability Companies: Washington's Model Approach, Bryan Smith

Seattle University Law Review

This Comment argues that every state should allow professionals to take advantage of LLC statutes, as Washington has done. Such action will provide protection for accountants and lawyers from the wave of litigation that has surfaced in recent times and to restore an element of confidence to these professions. This Comment further asserts that allowing professionals to use LLC statutes is not only consistent with the duties peculiar to the accounting and legal professions, but also a necessary step when viewed in light of the policies of fairness, efficiency, and public protection. Initially, Part II of this Comment describes the ...