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December 1986 Dec 1986

December 1986

Exordium

No abstract provided.


The Restatement Volume 6 No. 2, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center Dec 1986

The Restatement Volume 6 No. 2, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

Yearbooks and Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Despite Dean Turnovers, School Upholds Standards, Brigette Panarisi Nov 1986

Despite Dean Turnovers, School Upholds Standards, Brigette Panarisi

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Posner On Literature, L. H. Larue Nov 1986

Posner On Literature, L. H. Larue

Michigan Law Review

Judge Richard A. Posner has expanded the scope of his writing. We have previously known him as one of the leaders in law and economics. He is now moving into the field of law and literature. His offering is an article, Law and Literature: A Relation Reargued, which has been published in the Virginia Law Review.

As one might expect, he performs intelligently. Posner is well read in literature; he displays a genuine love for that which he has read; and he writes with wit and grace. In short, in law and literature, as in law and economics, Posner is ...


Autumn 1986 Oct 1986

Autumn 1986

Bill of Particulars

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In Memoriam Leon Harry Wallace (1904-1985) Oct 1986

In Memoriam Leon Harry Wallace (1904-1985)

Leon Wallace (1951-1952 Acting; 1952-1966)

No abstract provided.


The Review, Fall 1986, University Of Kentucky College Of Law Oct 1986

The Review, Fall 1986, University Of Kentucky College Of Law

Annual Magazines

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In Defense Of A Double Standard In The Rules Of Ethics: A Critical Reevaluation Of The Chinese Wall And Vicarious Disqualification, Frances Witty Hamermesh Oct 1986

In Defense Of A Double Standard In The Rules Of Ethics: A Critical Reevaluation Of The Chinese Wall And Vicarious Disqualification, Frances Witty Hamermesh

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

This Note suggests that no change is warranted at the present time; courts should not adopt the Chinese wall defense to vicarious disqualification of private firms. The Chinese wall should, however, continue to operate as an internal device for protection of confidentiality. As such, it encourages firms to avoid disqualification by obtaining client consent to successive representation. Neither the historical record of the work of the Commission on the Evaluation of Professional Standards (the Kutak Commission), the empirical evidence currently available, nor the pragmatic arguments offered by many commentators justify an exception to, or modification of, the standard of imputed ...


The Emergence Of Law Firms In The American Legal Profession, Thomas Paul Pinansky Oct 1986

The Emergence Of Law Firms In The American Legal Profession, Thomas Paul Pinansky

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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Chief Justice Nominee Outlines Legal Trends, Brigette Panarisi Sep 1986

Chief Justice Nominee Outlines Legal Trends, Brigette Panarisi

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


The Legal Profession Today, William H. Rehnquist Sep 1986

The Legal Profession Today, William H. Rehnquist

Law School Building

Dedication ceremony address, delivered on September 12, 1986, for the addition and renovation of the Indiana University, Bloomington School of Law building.


Rehnquist Frayed Feather In Iu Law School's Cap?, Mike Leonard Sep 1986

Rehnquist Frayed Feather In Iu Law School's Cap?, Mike Leonard

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


School Of Law Preparing For Justice's Speech, Brigette Panarisi Sep 1986

School Of Law Preparing For Justice's Speech, Brigette Panarisi

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Rehnquist Might Dedicate Law Library, David A. Lytle Jul 1986

Rehnquist Might Dedicate Law Library, David A. Lytle

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Iu's New Acting Law Dean Favors Liberal Arts Education Jul 1986

Iu's New Acting Law Dean Favors Liberal Arts Education

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Insight Into Lawyering: Bernard Lonegan's Critical Realism Applied To Jurisprudence, Anthony J. Fejfar Jul 1986

Insight Into Lawyering: Bernard Lonegan's Critical Realism Applied To Jurisprudence, Anthony J. Fejfar

Boston College Law Review

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Attorney's Fees For Consumers In Warranty Actions-An Expanding Role For The U.C.C.?, David T. Schaeffer Jul 1986

Attorney's Fees For Consumers In Warranty Actions-An Expanding Role For The U.C.C.?, David T. Schaeffer

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Artists, Workers, And The Law Of Work: Keynote Address, Howard Lesnick Jul 1986

Artists, Workers, And The Law Of Work: Keynote Address, Howard Lesnick

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law

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Two Contradictory Criticisms Of Clinical Education: Dilemmas And Directions In Lawyering Education, Carrie Menkel-Meadow Jun 1986

Two Contradictory Criticisms Of Clinical Education: Dilemmas And Directions In Lawyering Education, Carrie Menkel-Meadow

Antioch Law Journal

This article reviews what legal education is attempting to accomplish in teaching lawyering skills and where, from my perspective as a clinician, I think it has fallen short. I then offer some suggestions for what both clinicians and non-clinicians might do to further our efforts directed at truly educating lawyers. The two critiques I will offer of clinical education derive from two of clinical education's principal goals - teaching students how to "behave"as well as "think" like a lawyer (a behavorist goal), and teaching our students to think more broadly about the purpose of their roles as lawyers in ...


The Stages Of The Clinical Supervisory Relationship, Peter Toll Hoffman Jun 1986

The Stages Of The Clinical Supervisory Relationship, Peter Toll Hoffman

Antioch Law Journal

Clinical education is an established fact in legal education today, despite continuing battles in individual schools over the size and budget of the clinical curriculum and the status of clinical teachers.' Because of increasing pressure from students, the Bar, and faculty committed to the creation and maintenance of clinical courses, law schools have responded by labeling a widely diverse body of courses as falling under that heading. Many of these courses bear only scant resemblance to the service-oriented, live, poverty law clinics that were once the model for clinical programs.2 While no attempt will be made here to call ...


The Ethics Of Dissent And Friendship In The American Professions, Thomas L. Shaffer Jun 1986

The Ethics Of Dissent And Friendship In The American Professions, Thomas L. Shaffer

West Virginia Law Review

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Forfeiture Of Attorney's Fees: A Trap For The Unwary, Elazabeth A. Raies Jun 1986

Forfeiture Of Attorney's Fees: A Trap For The Unwary, Elazabeth A. Raies

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Ethics Of Dissent And Friendship--A Response To Professor Shaffer, Carl M. Selinger Jun 1986

The Ethics Of Dissent And Friendship--A Response To Professor Shaffer, Carl M. Selinger

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Comment For Tom Shaffer: The Ethics Of Race, The Ethics Of Corruption, James J. Friedberg Jun 1986

A Comment For Tom Shaffer: The Ethics Of Race, The Ethics Of Corruption, James J. Friedberg

West Virginia Law Review

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Quebec Legal Education Since 1945: Cultural Paradoxes And Traditional Ambiguities, J Ec Brierley Jun 1986

Quebec Legal Education Since 1945: Cultural Paradoxes And Traditional Ambiguities, J Ec Brierley

Dalhousie Law Journal

Some remarkable things have occurred in Quebec legal education over the last forty years. All phases of the educational process have been the object of an official government enquiry (as a consequence of widespread student discontent that led to street demonstrations); a major sociological and futuristic study of the profession and of university studies has attempted to stimulate a major shift in the intellectual orientations of legal education to ready us for the year 2000; the loss by the Quebec legal professions of lawyers and notaries of substantial power to the profit of a government agency regulating all professions in ...


New Help Wanted Signs, Scott Anderson May 1986

New Help Wanted Signs, Scott Anderson

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Garth Named Acting Dean Of The Law School, John S. Newland May 1986

Garth Named Acting Dean Of The Law School, John S. Newland

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


Acting Dean Prefers Teaching, Scott Noblitt May 1986

Acting Dean Prefers Teaching, Scott Noblitt

Bryant Garth (1986-1987 Acting; 1987-1990)

No abstract provided.


What Should Lawyers Do: An Essay On Lawyers, The Free Economy, Redistribution, And Democratic Legitimacy, James P. Beckwith Jr. Apr 1986

What Should Lawyers Do: An Essay On Lawyers, The Free Economy, Redistribution, And Democratic Legitimacy, James P. Beckwith Jr.

North Carolina Central Law Review

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Search For New Law Dean Begins Again, Laurie Goldberg Apr 1986

Search For New Law Dean Begins Again, Laurie Goldberg

Maurice James Holland (1984-1985 Acting; 1986 Acting)

No abstract provided.