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Saint Louis University School of Law

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2004

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The Missing Ingredient: Incorporating Domestic Violence Issues Into The Law School Curriculum, John F. Mahon, Daniel K. Wright Oct 2004

The Missing Ingredient: Incorporating Domestic Violence Issues Into The Law School Curriculum, John F. Mahon, Daniel K. Wright

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Merit And Diversity: The Origins Of The Law School Admissions Test, William P. Lapiana Apr 2004

Merit And Diversity: The Origins Of The Law School Admissions Test, William P. Lapiana

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Tyrannosaurus-Rex Aptly Named 'Sue': Using A Disputed Dinosaur To Teach Contract Defenses, Miriam A. Cherry Jan 2004

A Tyrannosaurus-Rex Aptly Named 'Sue': Using A Disputed Dinosaur To Teach Contract Defenses, Miriam A. Cherry

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This piece focuses on the discovery of a T-Rex skeleton, and the contract formed between the private fossil collectors and the Native American rancher who ostensibly owned the land where the fossil was situated. Although the fossil was eventually sold at auction for over eight million dollars, the fossil collectors paid the rancher only $5,000 for its excavation. In addition to the rancher, the Sioux tribe and the Department of Justice also became involved in the case.

As described in my work, the law school Socratic method has come under attack in recent years. In response to such criticisms, the …