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Silencing The Silencers: Reclaiming A Public Voice For Christian Faith, Jonathan Chaplin Sep 2000

Silencing The Silencers: Reclaiming A Public Voice For Christian Faith, Jonathan Chaplin

Pro Rege

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The Effect Of Courtroom Technologies On And In Appellate Proceedings And Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer Jul 2000

The Effect Of Courtroom Technologies On And In Appellate Proceedings And Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


What Can I Collect With A Hobby License?, Carl Naylor Jun 2000

What Can I Collect With A Hobby License?, Carl Naylor

Faculty & Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


A Strategy For Mercy, Robert L. Misner Apr 2000

A Strategy For Mercy, Robert L. Misner

William & Mary Law Review

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Journals Of The Century In Law, Christopher Byrne Jan 2000

Journals Of The Century In Law, Christopher Byrne

Library Staff Publications

In this essay I will humbly add my contribution to this vast literature by ranking the twentieth century's best law journals. I am not treading upon virgin ground. Over the past twenty years a number of scholars have ranked law reviews and journals using a variety of methodologies.


Electronic Miscommunication And The Defamatory Sense, Jacquelyn Burkell Jan 2000

Electronic Miscommunication And The Defamatory Sense, Jacquelyn Burkell

FIMS Publications

This article examines the effect that cultural and technological changes have had on interpersonal communication and aims to provide an interdisciplinary explanation for the recent proliferation of defamation in electronic media. The authors argue that the absence of certain extra-linguistic cues and established cultural convention in the electronic environment often results in miscommunication which — if not itself defamatory — gives rise to emotional exchanges between interlocutors in a manner that provokes defamation. The authors begin their analysis with a discussion of defamation law as a recipient-oriented tort, demonstrating the importance of the context of communication in the determination of whether a ...


A Constitutional Conundrum: The Resilience Of Tribal Sovereignty During American Nationalism And Expansion: 1810-1871, David E. Wilkins Jan 2000

A Constitutional Conundrum: The Resilience Of Tribal Sovereignty During American Nationalism And Expansion: 1810-1871, David E. Wilkins

Jepson School of Leadership Studies articles, book chapters and other publications

Judge Michael Hawkins addresses a number of important issues in his essay on John Quincy Adams' evolving understanding and relationship with slavery and the variegated role that law played in the politics of slavery and the slavery of politics. The essay demonstrates the importance of human personality in influencing and being influenced by political and legal processes. At its heart, the Article is a legal and historical study of the moral dimension and inherent contradictions facing Adams, in particular, and the American Republic, in general, regarding the existence and persistence of the institution of slavery in a nation built upon ...