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Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 4, Society Of American Law Teachers Dec 2001

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 4, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Paula Johnson & Michael Rooke-Ley, Rep. Barbara Lee to Speak at SALT’s Annual Banquet; 30th Anniversary Banquet Honors SALT’s Founders, at 1.

Carol Chomsky & Margaret Montoya, Presidents’ Column – December 2001, at 1.

Sylvia A. Law, Founder Norman Dorsen Pledges Challenge Gift to Endow SALT Fellowship, at 1.

Robert Cover Workshop to Focus on Affirmative Action and University of Michigan Litigation, at 2.

Peace Not Bombs: Networking Session for Peace Activists, at 2.

Michael Rooke-Ley & Paula Johnson, SALT to Honor its Founders at 30th Year Reunion Banquet, at 3.

Progressive Approaches to Law Teaching: An Orientation for New (and not-so-new) Law Teachers, at 4.

AALS Law & Community Section Presents Session on Lawyering for Social Justice: Community Struggles and Political Power, at 4.

Michael Rooke-Ley, Correction on Law School Admissions, at 5.

Michael J. Waggoner, Letter to the Editor, at 5.

SALT Supports Defense of Affirmative Action in Legal Education; Co-Hosts Conference on Grutter v. Bollinger, at 6.

Testimony of Chrystal James, at 6.

Closing Argument of Miranda K. S. Massie, Attorney for the Intervening Defendants, at 6.

Closing Argument of John Payton Esq., Attorney for the University of Michigan, at 6.

Shanta Driver, Victory in Affirmative Action Cases is Imperative, at 7.

Corwin Kruse, Charles R. Lawrence III, Two Views of the River: A Critique of the Liberal Defense of Affirmative Action, 101 Colum. L. Rev. 928 (2001), at 7.

Phoebe Haddon, A Critique of ...


Museletter: November/December 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Nov 2001

Museletter: November/December 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

This Issue:

Law School Dedicates Robert R. Merhige, Jr. Special Collections & Rare Books Room

Reference Source of the Month: Virginia Lawyer and Virginia Lawyer Register by Gail Zwirner

At the Movies: Tortilla Soup by Gail Zwirner

Meet the Library Staff: Amanda Surovy & Kathy Sagan-Salandro


Museletter: October 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Oct 2001

Museletter: October 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

This Issue:

Happy 300,000! by John R. Barden

There's Still Time for Technology Tidbits Brownbags

Reference Source of the Month: The Selden Society Publications by John R. Barden.

September is Virus Awareness Month: What Are Worms? How do I get them? by Kim Wiseman

Law at the Movies: The Glass House by Gail Zwirner


Standing Upright: The Moral And Legal Standing Of Humans And Other Apes, Adam Kolber Oct 2001

Standing Upright: The Moral And Legal Standing Of Humans And Other Apes, Adam Kolber

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Richmond Law Magazine: Fall 2001 Oct 2001

Richmond Law Magazine: Fall 2001

Richmond Law Magazine

Features:

Bench Marks

"He Really Taught Advocacy"


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 3, Society Of American Law Teachers Oct 2001

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 3, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Nancy L. Cook & Martha Chamallas, Introducing SALT: An Orientation for New (and Not So New) Law Teachers, at 1.

Margaret Montoya & Carol Chomsky, Presidents’ Column, at 1.

SALT Joins Statement “In Defense of Freedom at a Time of Crisis,” at 1.

SALT and CLEA to Sponsor October Conference on Affirmative Action, at 2.

Howard A. Glickstein, SALT Salary Survey, at 3.

Heidi Nesbitt, SALT Funds Fellowships for Pre-Law Summer Institute, at 3.

Anthony Paul Farley, No Exit?*, at 4.

Bricker Lavik, New Collaboration Seeks to Connect Justice Issues and Legal Scholarship, at 5.

William C. Kidder, Affirmative Action Litigation Update, at 6.

Margaret M. Russell, Introducing the Equal Justice Society: Integrating Legal Theory, Practice, and Activism in Furtherance of Social Justice, at 7.

Brenda Haskins, Land Tenure Center Extern is Filler Fellow, at 7.

Michael Rooke-Ley, Re-Engaging Faculty in the Admission Process: A Modest Proposal; or Talk (of access and justice and equality) is Cheap and Our Work Must Begin at Home, at 7.

Board Introductions, at 8.

SALT’s 30th Year Celebration and Reunion Banquet: “Honoring Our Founders,” at 10.

Equal Justice Society Conference, at 11.

Farley Reading List for Changing Lives Through Literature, at 12.


When A Clinician Grew In Brooklyn: A Tribute To Kathleen Sullivan, Stacy Caplow, Minna J. Kotkin Oct 2001

When A Clinician Grew In Brooklyn: A Tribute To Kathleen Sullivan, Stacy Caplow, Minna J. Kotkin

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Museletter: September 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Sep 2001

Museletter: September 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

This Issue:

Banned Books Week - September 22-29, 2001: Celebrate Your Freedom to Read by Timothy L. Coggins

Reference Source for the Month: Continuing Legal Education Sources, Virginia Law Foundation and Practising Law Institute by Gail Zwirner

Computer Services Offers Technology Tidbits Brown Bag Lunches by Kim Wiseman

What's Behind the Curtain? by John Barden


Museletter: August 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Aug 2001

Museletter: August 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

This Issue:

Welcome New and Returning Students

From Aphrodite to Quarks: Applying for Judicial Clerkships

New Library System - New Fine Structure

Library Policy Reminder

Recent Faculty Publications

One-L Online Legal Research and Bluebook Training (Required)


Celibacy, Sexual Exclusivity, And Illicit Drug Abstinence: Giving Up The Life As Taboo In Aids Prevention, Editor Jul 2001

Celibacy, Sexual Exclusivity, And Illicit Drug Abstinence: Giving Up The Life As Taboo In Aids Prevention, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article highlights social cognitions that seem to impede cost-effective approaches to AIDS prevention.


Museletter: Summer 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Jul 2001

Museletter: Summer 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

Table of Contents:

"Free"dom of the Press: Web News Source to Charge for Service

Website of the Month: BestJobsUSA.com

University Unveils New Library System

Summer in Richmond: Go Fish!

Library Hours

Meet the Library's Public Service Staff


Issue Editor's Note, Leslie Rose, Stephen J. Perrello Jul 2001

Issue Editor's Note, Leslie Rose, Stephen J. Perrello

Publications

No abstract provided.


Can You Save Money And Still Save Lives? The Debate Over Fire Department Privatization, California Research Bureau, Julia Lave Johnston Jun 2001

Can You Save Money And Still Save Lives? The Debate Over Fire Department Privatization, California Research Bureau, Julia Lave Johnston

California Agencies

Privatization is a term that includes competitive contracting as well as deregulation, divestiture, franchises, grants and subsidies, leases, public/private partnerships, service shedding (where a private firm assumes the ownership, control and delivery of a service), sale of assets, and vouchers. The privatization of government services can be broken down into levels based on how much responsibility government turns over to private firms. The most common level is when government maintains overall responsibility of services but contracts out auxiliary services such as accounting, billing or data base maintenance. The next level is the contracting out of day to day management ...


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 2, Society Of American Law Teachers Jun 2001

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 2, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Carol Chomsky & Margaret Montoya, Presidents' Column, at 1.

Margaret Montoya, Bush v. Gore: Implications for Teaching and Scholarship, at 1.

2002 SALT Awards Dinner to Celebrate Thirty Years of Activism, at 2.

Stephanie M. Wildman, Instilling Purpose: Courses in Justice Need to be Part of Every Student's Legal Education, at 2.

Vernellia Randall, SALT Law School Diversity Report to be Published: Members' Help Sought, at 3.

Margalynne Armstrong, Third Annual Trina Grillo Public Interest Retreat, at 4.

Corey Norton, Robert M. Cover Public Interest Law Retreat Explores Progressive Collaboration, at 4.

SALT Board Approves Funds ...


Museletter: April/May 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Apr 2001

Museletter: April/May 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

Table of Contents:

Cut the Cord!: UR Implements Wireless Technology by James Wirrell, Alison Merner, and Kim Wiseman

Did you Have a Happy National Library Week? by Joyce Manna Janto

10 Tips for Summer Associate Research Survival: A View from a Former Law Firm Librarian (Repeated by request, previously published in April 2000 Museletter) by Gail F. Zwirner

Carrel Information by Deborah Barlett

Library Hours


Richmond Law Magazine: Spring 2001 Apr 2001

Richmond Law Magazine: Spring 2001

Richmond Law Magazine

Features:

Bringing Current Issues into the Classroom

Pilgrimage of Gratitude

Student Again


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 1, Society Of American Law Teachers Apr 2001

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 2001, Issue 1, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Howard A. Glickstein, 2000-01 SALT Salary Survey, at 1.


Intent And Recklessness In Tort: The Practical Craft Of Restating Law, Aaron Twerski, J. A. Henderson Apr 2001

Intent And Recklessness In Tort: The Practical Craft Of Restating Law, Aaron Twerski, J. A. Henderson

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Conjoining International Human Rights Law With Enterprise Liability For Accidents, Anita Bernstein Apr 2001

Conjoining International Human Rights Law With Enterprise Liability For Accidents, Anita Bernstein

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Drugged: Research And Policymakers Confronting Illicit And Illegal Drugs, Editor Mar 2001

Drugged: Research And Policymakers Confronting Illicit And Illegal Drugs, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores the application of research on policies towards illicit and illegal drugs.


Museletter: March 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Mar 2001

Museletter: March 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

Table of Contents:

Bridge the Gap Between Law School and Employment

Spring Carrel Swap to Be Held April 10-12

March is Women's History Month

It's March Madness Time: Website of the Month: www.finalfour.net

Westlaw and Lexis Updates: New Database Additions and Technical Enhancements Improve Acess

WAIT! Is your computer and printer ready for EXAMS??? by Kim Wiseman

Library Hours


Lawyers In The American West, 1820-1920: A Comment, Gordon Morris Bakken Mar 2001

Lawyers In The American West, 1820-1920: A Comment, Gordon Morris Bakken

Nevada Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Taking Democracy Seriously, Neil B. Cohen Mar 2001

Taking Democracy Seriously, Neil B. Cohen

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Museletter: February 2001, Gail F. Zwirner Feb 2001

Museletter: February 2001, Gail F. Zwirner

Museletter

Table of Contents:

University Will Implement New Integrated Library System by Summer

Recent Library Thefts Prompt Reenforced Security Measures by Deborah Barlett

At the Movies: Finding Forrester, Antitrust, and Traffic by Gail Zwirner

Gesundheit!: Colds and Flu Can Interfere with Law School Work Flow

Stay Away from "Anna" and the Likes of Her by Kim Wiseman

Library Hours


2001 Annual Report, State Of California. Department Of Financial Institutions Jan 2001

2001 Annual Report, State Of California. Department Of Financial Institutions

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


The Government As Fiduciary: A Practical Demonstration From The Reign Of Trajan, Robert G. Natelson Jan 2001

The Government As Fiduciary: A Practical Demonstration From The Reign Of Trajan, Robert G. Natelson

Faculty Law Review Articles

This article addresses the potential objections to applying fiduciary standards to higher government functionaries by exploring a case that proved it feasible: the government of the Roman Emperor Trajan. The author asks, if fiduciary government was practicable in a narrowly based regime governing a multicultural empire -- where communication was slow and information expensive -- why is it not achievable in America today. The author concludes that the principles by which Trajan governed are a rebuke to our own, less exacting, standards of public law today and that holding government to fiduciary standards, even in a huge multicultural empire, is not merely ...


Just Do It To Stay Interested And Fresh, In Paul M. George, Care And Maintenance Of The Successful Career: How Experienced Law Librarians Make Their Work Rewarding, Timothy L. Coggins Jan 2001

Just Do It To Stay Interested And Fresh, In Paul M. George, Care And Maintenance Of The Successful Career: How Experienced Law Librarians Make Their Work Rewarding, Timothy L. Coggins

Law Faculty Publications

An article about how a "more seasoned" law librarian remains fresh in his or her career.


Quasi-Rationality In Action: A Study Of Psychological Factors In Merger Decision Making, James A. Fanto Jan 2001

Quasi-Rationality In Action: A Study Of Psychological Factors In Merger Decision Making, James A. Fanto

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


A Brief History Of Anticipatory Repudiation In American Contract Law, Keith A. Rowley Jan 2001

A Brief History Of Anticipatory Repudiation In American Contract Law, Keith A. Rowley

Scholarly Works

This article traces the evolution of the doctrine of anticipatory repudiation from its foundations laid years before the landmark case of Hochster v. De la Tour, 118 Eng. Rep. 922 (Q.B. 1853), through Hochster, its growing acceptance by American courts in the late-1800s and early-1900s, its canonization in the first Restatement of Contracts (despite the Restatement's principal Reporter's personal objections to the doctrine), its codification in the Uniform Commercial Code, its standardization in the Restatement (Second) of Contracts, and its inclusion in the U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. This article devotes ...


Recent Case Developments, Jeffrey W. Stempel Jan 2001

Recent Case Developments, Jeffrey W. Stempel

Scholarly Works

Recent case developments in Insurance Law in the years 2000 and 2001.