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December 1986 Dec 1986

December 1986

Exordium

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.


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.


Autumn 1986 Oct 1986

Autumn 1986

Bill of Particulars

No abstract provided.


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.


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 Law

No abstract provided.


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.


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)

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Class Of 1986 Five Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1986

Class Of 1986 Five Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This addendum is a compilation of alumni responses to the open-ended comments sections.


Class Of 1986 Five Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1986

Class Of 1986 Five Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This report summarizes the findings of a questionnaire sent to University of Michigan Law School alumni five years after graduation.


The Duty To Criticize The Courts (Ii), Roger J. Miner '56 Jan 1986

The Duty To Criticize The Courts (Ii), Roger J. Miner '56

Judges

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When Lawyer And Client Meet: Observations Of Interviewing And Counseling Behavior In The Consumer Bankruptcy Law Office, Gary Neustadter Jan 1986

When Lawyer And Client Meet: Observations Of Interviewing And Counseling Behavior In The Consumer Bankruptcy Law Office, Gary Neustadter

Faculty Publications

What happens when lawyer and client first meet? How do they talk, how do they listen, what do they say, and what do they do? The answers to these questions are generated, and then lost, in thousands of law offices daily. There is thus a treasure of information, but it is mostly hidden from our view by legal barriers that protect privacy and confidentiality and by other barriers, economic, psychological, and logistical, that inhibit or preclude third party observation of lawyer-client contact. This Article reports an exploratory journey in search of that treasure, a journey into six law offices in ...


Garth Named Acting Dean Jan 1986

Garth Named Acting Dean

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

No abstract provided.


Law-The Last Of The Universal Disciplines, Soia Mentschikoff, Irwin P. Stotzky Jan 1986

Law-The Last Of The Universal Disciplines, Soia Mentschikoff, Irwin P. Stotzky

Articles

No abstract provided.


"The Most Remarkable Institution": The American Law Review, Roger C. Cramton Jan 1986

"The Most Remarkable Institution": The American Law Review, Roger C. Cramton

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Interjurisdictional Preclusion, Full Faith And Credit And Federal Common Law: A General Approach, Stephen B. Burbank Jan 1986

Interjurisdictional Preclusion, Full Faith And Credit And Federal Common Law: A General Approach, Stephen B. Burbank

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Software Review Of Aardvark/Mcgraw-Hiii's "Estate Tax Planner.", William P. Lapiana Jan 1986

Software Review Of Aardvark/Mcgraw-Hiii's "Estate Tax Planner.", William P. Lapiana

Other Publications

No abstract provided.


The Integration Of Responsibility And Values: Legal Education In An Alternative Consciousness Of Lawyering And Law, Howard Lesnick Jan 1986

The Integration Of Responsibility And Values: Legal Education In An Alternative Consciousness Of Lawyering And Law, Howard Lesnick

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Crime Talk, Rights Talk, And Double-Talk: Thoughts On Reading Encyclopedia Of Crime And Justice (Review Essay), Michael E. Tigar Jan 1986

Crime Talk, Rights Talk, And Double-Talk: Thoughts On Reading Encyclopedia Of Crime And Justice (Review Essay), Michael E. Tigar

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


To Whom Does The Government Lawyer Owe The Duty Of Loyalty When Clients Are In Conflict, William Josephson, Russell G. Pearce Jan 1986

To Whom Does The Government Lawyer Owe The Duty Of Loyalty When Clients Are In Conflict, William Josephson, Russell G. Pearce

Faculty Scholarship

This Article focuses on the continuing debate on the ethical obligations of government lawyers: do government lawyers represent the people or do they represent a client? The Article explains that the dominant conception that government lawyers represent the people actually results in government lawyers representing themselves. After examining alternative approaches to determining the identity of the government lawyer’s client, the Article concludes that only one approach is consistent with both the ethical rules and our republican system of government. The government lawyer’s client properly understood is an elected official or, in certain cases, an agency head with legal ...


Patricia Roberts Harris, John T. Baker Jan 1986

Patricia Roberts Harris, John T. Baker

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


An Introduction To Trial Law, J. Alexander Tanford Jan 1986

An Introduction To Trial Law, J. Alexander Tanford

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Ethics And The Settlement Of Civil Rights Cases: Can Attorneys Keep Their Virtue And Their Fees?, Lloyd B. Snyder Jan 1986

Ethics And The Settlement Of Civil Rights Cases: Can Attorneys Keep Their Virtue And Their Fees?, Lloyd B. Snyder

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

The Civil Rights Attorneys' Fees Award Act of 1976 authorizes an award of fees to the prevailing party in a civil rights action. The United State Supreme Court, in Evans v. Jeff D., has interpreted the Fees Act to authorize the parties in a civil rights action to negotiate settlement of fees and merits jointly. The Court did not determine whether joint fees-merits negotiation is ethical. The author of this article contends that joint negotiation is ethical. He further contends that it is ethical for plaintiff's attorney to reject an offer of settlement if the offer is coupled with ...