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The California Public Utilities Commission's Pilot Program To Explore The Nexus Of Energy Efficiency And Water Conservation, Steven Weissman, Lindsay Miller 2010 University of California at Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law

The California Public Utilities Commission's Pilot Program To Explore The Nexus Of Energy Efficiency And Water Conservation, Steven Weissman, Lindsay Miller

Global Business & Development Law Journal

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The Role Of Corporate Law In Preventing A Financial Crisis: Reflections On In Re Citigroup Inc. Shareholder Derivative Litigation, Franklin A. Gevurtz 2010 Pacific McGeorge School of Law

The Role Of Corporate Law In Preventing A Financial Crisis: Reflections On In Re Citigroup Inc. Shareholder Derivative Litigation, Franklin A. Gevurtz

Global Business & Development Law Journal

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Regional Fisheries Management In Ocean Areas Surrounding Pacific Islands States, Quentin Hanich 2010 University of Wollongong

Regional Fisheries Management In Ocean Areas Surrounding Pacific Islands States, Quentin Hanich

Faculty of Law - Papers (Archive)

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By Night, Julius G. Van Den Berg 2010 University of Wollongong

By Night, Julius G. Van Den Berg

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

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Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Good Lawyering, You Can Learn From Elder Law, Linda S. Whitton 2010 Valparaiso University

Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Good Lawyering, You Can Learn From Elder Law, Linda S. Whitton

Law Faculty Publications

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Sexting Or Self-Produced Child Pornography – The Dialogue Continues – Structured Prosecutorial Discretion Within A Multidisciplinary Response, Mary Graw Leary 2010 The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

Sexting Or Self-Produced Child Pornography – The Dialogue Continues – Structured Prosecutorial Discretion Within A Multidisciplinary Response, Mary Graw Leary

Scholarly Articles and Other Contributions

One need only read the newspaper to see a rising dangerous phenomenon among juveniles: the creation and subsequent sharing via the Internet of sexually explicit photographs. This self exploitation is not only a tragic social problem, but a growing legal one as well. Judges, attorneys, and legislators, are forced to address this activity because, in addition to being self destructive, it is also a violation of state and federal child pornography laws. Juvenile self exploitation illustrates a clash of two lines of jurisprudence and public policy: the aggressive opposition to child pornography and the more lenient rehabilitative treatment of juvenile ...


The Stellar Parenthetical Illustration: A Tool To Open Doors In A Tight Job Market, Laurie A. Lewis 2010 The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

The Stellar Parenthetical Illustration: A Tool To Open Doors In A Tight Job Market, Laurie A. Lewis

Scholarly Articles and Other Contributions

The carefully crafted parenthetical illustration can be a powerful tool in persuasive legal analysis. It can also reflect five areas of a student’s practice-ready skills. These skills include research, use of mandatory and persuasive authorities, rule synthesis and application, clarity and conciseness in writing, and citation form. The student who achieves competency not only in formatting citations but also in drafting clear, concise, illustrative parentheticals demonstrates an understanding of rule permutations. This competency can open doors for opportunities both within and outside law school. Doors can open to better grades, journal invitations, publication offers, internship and externship placements, and ...


Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. McCaffrey, Richard K. Paisley 2010 Pacific Resolutions in Victoria, Canada, and the United Nations MediationSupport Unit in New York

Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. Mccaffrey, Richard K. Paisley

McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles

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Miranda, Dickerson, And Jewish Legal Theory: The Constitutional Rule In A Comparative Analytical Framework, Samuel J. Levine 2010 Touro Law Center

Miranda, Dickerson, And Jewish Legal Theory: The Constitutional Rule In A Comparative Analytical Framework, Samuel J. Levine

Scholarly Works

In this Essay, Professor Levine briefly explores Dickerson v. United States, the important 2000 decision in which a divided United States Supreme Court held that the standard established in Miranda v. Arizona continues to govern the admissibility of confessions, notwithstanding a federal statute enacted subsequent to Miranda that provided an alternative standard. Levine addresses broader theoretical implications of the approaches adopted by the majority and dissenting opinions in Dickerson. Drawing a parallel to the interpretation of the Torah in Jewish legal theory, he proposes a comparative framework for analyzing the division between the majority and dissent over the concept and ...


Local Rules In The Wake Of Federal Rule Of Appellate Procedure 32.1, David R. Cleveland 2010 Valparaiso University

Local Rules In The Wake Of Federal Rule Of Appellate Procedure 32.1, David R. Cleveland

Law Faculty Publications

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In Loco Parentis In The Public Schools: Abused, Confused, And In Need Of Change, Susan P. Stuart 2010 Valparaiso University School of Law

In Loco Parentis In The Public Schools: Abused, Confused, And In Need Of Change, Susan P. Stuart

Law Faculty Publications

In loco parentis is a common law doctrine that has been used to characterize the on-campus relationship between a school and its students, but its abuse has led to such absurd cases as Safford Unified School District No.1 v. Redding. Although waning in higher education, the doctrine is experiencing a resurgence in elementary and secondary schools. As originally conceived, the doctrine was used primarily to justify and defend student disciplinary actions: the school stood in the shoes of the parent and had authority to discipline, almost at will. The doctrine, however, never seemed to have a corollary in the ...


Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert Knowles 2010 Valparaiso University School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert Knowles

Law Faculty Publications

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Bagram, Boumediene, And Limited Government, Robert Knowles 2010 Valparaiso University Law School

Bagram, Boumediene, And Limited Government, Robert Knowles

Law Faculty Publications

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What Would Coase Do? (About Parking Regulation), Michael Lewyn 2010 Touro Law Center

What Would Coase Do? (About Parking Regulation), Michael Lewyn

Scholarly Works

Like many government regulations, municipal minimum parking requirements exist to prevent externalities - most notably the congestion, pollution and greenhouse gas emissions that occur when motorists drive around a city searching for scarce parking. But because such regulations make parking (and thus driving) cheaper, such regulations may in fact increase congestion and pollution, thus creating, rather than reducing, externalities.


What Balance In Legal Education Means To Me: A Dissenting View, Lawrence Raful 2010 Touro Law Center

What Balance In Legal Education Means To Me: A Dissenting View, Lawrence Raful

Scholarly Works

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Plural Vision: International Law Seen Through The Varied Lenses Of Domestic Implementation, D. A. Jeremy Telman 2010 Valparaiso University School of Law

Plural Vision: International Law Seen Through The Varied Lenses Of Domestic Implementation, D. A. Jeremy Telman

Law Faculty Publications

This Essay introduces a collection of essays that have evolved from papers presented at a conference on “International Law in the Domestic Context.” The conference was a response to the questions raised by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Medellín v. Texas and also a product of our collective curiosity about how other states address tensions between international obligations and overlapping regimes of national law.

Our constitutional tradition speaks with many voices on the subject of the relationship between domestic and international law. In order to gain a broader perspective on that relationship, we invited experts on foreign ...


For Jack, Man Of The Book, Laura Gaston Dooley 2010 Valparaiso University School of Law

For Jack, Man Of The Book, Laura Gaston Dooley

Law Faculty Publications

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Hybrid Courts: Examining Hybridity Through A Post-Colonial Lens, Elizabeth M. Bruch 2010 Valparaiso University School of Law

Hybrid Courts: Examining Hybridity Through A Post-Colonial Lens, Elizabeth M. Bruch

Law Faculty Publications

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Plural Vision: International Law Seen Through The Varied Lenses Of Domestic Implementation, D. A. Jeremy Telman 2010 Valparaiso University School of Law

Plural Vision: International Law Seen Through The Varied Lenses Of Domestic Implementation, D. A. Jeremy Telman

Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. McCaffrey, Richard K. Paisley 2010 Pacific Resolutions in Victoria, Canada, and the United Nations Mediation Support Unit in New York

Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. Mccaffrey, Richard K. Paisley

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


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