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Professional Ethical Issues Confronting The Bench And Bar In 'Mental Disability' Cases, Charles Baron Aug 2013

Professional Ethical Issues Confronting The Bench And Bar In 'Mental Disability' Cases, Charles Baron

Charles H. Baron

No abstract provided.


Annual Report Of The Colorado River Board Of California, 1982, Colorado River Board Of California Dec 1982

Annual Report Of The Colorado River Board Of California, 1982, Colorado River Board Of California

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


Richard A. Isaacson V. Clair Dorius Et Al : Reply Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

Richard A. Isaacson V. Clair Dorius Et Al : Reply Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from a Judgment of the District Court of Sanpete County, Utah, Honorable Don V. Tibbs, presiding.


The Rights Of Aliens In The 1980s, Juan Ernesto Mendez Dec 1982

The Rights Of Aliens In The 1980s, Juan Ernesto Mendez

Antioch Law Journal

The United States has always been on the receiving end of the immigration stream. Today's immigration flow however, is markedly different from that of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Immigrants continue to come from a large variety of countries and ethnic origins, but a majority of them tend to be both poor and non-white. The flow of immigration has steadily increased since the early 1970's as international travel and communications have become more developed. Another element adding to the number of recent arrivals is the refugee crisis around the world. In some instances, the United States has perpetuated this …


Poverty Law In The 1980s, Marian Wright Edelman Dec 1982

Poverty Law In The 1980s, Marian Wright Edelman

Antioch Law Journal

It is self-interest and not justice that propels most people to act. If we intend to help the poor we will need to build coalitions with a range of others in society. When I came out of Mississippi, I thought that people were good if they were for everything I was for, and they were bad if they were not. I learned through the course of trying to protect Head Start that one could bring a whole range of groups together who had a self-interest in child care who would not speak to each other on welfare reform. Our work …


Civil Liberties In The 1980s. Remarks Of Norman Dorsen, Norman Dorsen Dec 1982

Civil Liberties In The 1980s. Remarks Of Norman Dorsen, Norman Dorsen

Antioch Law Journal

I have been asked to present an overview of the incursions on civil liberty that we may expect in the 1980s and how we may combat them. It is always risky to predict the future, especially in a field as volatile as this. Nevertheless, at least one thing is clear. Civil liberties during the coming decade will be subject to great pressures. This is true whether the government remains conservative, such as the present Reagan Administration, or changes after the 1984 or 1988 elections. The reason for my confidence in this assertion is that governments, whatever their political complexion, seek …


Civil Rights In The 1980s, Nathaniel R. Jones Dec 1982

Civil Rights In The 1980s, Nathaniel R. Jones

Antioch Law Journal

have been asked for my views on the civil rights agenda for the 1980s. Such an agenda cannot be proposed in a vacuum, for the roots of current civil rights problems extend deep into the nation's history. In fact, public acceptance of civil rights remedies has been impeded precisely because their historical predicates are so little understood. While the civil rights thrust has broadened to include gender, ethnic, and age considerations, the basic problems in shaping remedies continue to center around race and the nation's treatment of racial groups. This fact confounds those who had come to believe that problems …


Reproductive And Sexual Freedom In The 1980s, Rhonda Copelon Dec 1982

Reproductive And Sexual Freedom In The 1980s, Rhonda Copelon

Antioch Law Journal

The inclusion of issues of reproductive and sexual freedom in this symposium is itself a sign of great progress. The civil liberties agenda which, until the last decade, was largely focused on first amendment issues, has grown substantially. This is because the movements of the last several decades-civil rights, black power, feminist, anti-war, Native American, lesbian and gay, anti-nuclear, and others-have broadened our understanding of the meaning of repression. In 1960, for example, there was only a hardy band of progressive civil libertarians working on the idea that a woman's right to contraception and abortion is fundamental to her liberty.' …


First National Maintenance V. Nlrb: Limiting The Mandatory Duty To Bargain, Augusta Scribner Dec 1982

First National Maintenance V. Nlrb: Limiting The Mandatory Duty To Bargain, Augusta Scribner

Antioch Law Journal

In First National Maintenance Corp. v. NLRB I the United States Supreme Court further limited the subjects that require mandatory collective bargaining. 2 The Court overruled a long-standing National Labor Relations Board policy that required an employer to bargain about the decision to partially close its business. 3 The Court formulated a new balancing test that weighs the employer's need to maintain the freedom to manage its business against the benefit to labor-management relations and the collective bargaining process.


Torture As A Violation Of International Law Providing Federal Jurisdiction: Filartiga V. Pena Irala And The Alien Tort Statute, Neil J. Conway Dec 1982

Torture As A Violation Of International Law Providing Federal Jurisdiction: Filartiga V. Pena Irala And The Alien Tort Statute, Neil J. Conway

Antioch Law Journal

In Filartiga v. Pefia-IralaI the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld the subject matter jurisdiction of the federal courts over an action between foreign nationals for the wrongful death by torture of a seventeen year old boy in Paraguay. Reversing the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, the Second Circuit held that deliberate torture committed by a foreign police official violates international law, and that an action may therefore be brought in district court under 28 U.S.C. § 1350 (The Alien Tort Statute).2 The Alien Tort Statute, rarely invoked since its …


Equal Access To Justice Act, Sidney B. Jacoby Dec 1982

Equal Access To Justice Act, Sidney B. Jacoby

Antioch Law Journal

The new statute entitled the Equal Access to Justice Act 1 (hereinafter Act) is of great importance because it provides, on a three year experimental basis, for the award of possibly large attorneys' fees and other expenses to private parties of modest means in successful civil actions against the government, its agencies or officials. The Act, however, is specifically not applicable in tort actions. 2 The new Act entitles certain private parties prevailing in government litigation to recover attorneys' fees, expert witness fees, and other expenses against the United States, unless the government action was "substantially justified" or "special circumstances …


A Guide For Occupational Safety And Health For Legal Services And Community Law Offices, Carol Oppenheimer Dec 1982

A Guide For Occupational Safety And Health For Legal Services And Community Law Offices, Carol Oppenheimer

Antioch Law Journal

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act), passed in 1970, is intended to provide "every working man and woman in the Nation safe and healthful working conditions."' The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforces the Act; 2 the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) does research on workplace hazards and recommends practices and standards for industry. 3 By contrast with the state workers compensation schemes, the underlying purpose of the OSH Act is to prevent occupationally related injuries, disease and death, rather than to compensate the worker once the harm has occurred. The OSH Act, if …


J&W Janitorial Co. V. Industrial Commission Of Utah Et Al : Brief Of Defendant, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

J&W Janitorial Co. V. Industrial Commission Of Utah Et Al : Brief Of Defendant, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Writ of review from an order of the Industrial Commission of Utah.


Margaret Dooly Olwell, Jane Dooly Gile, Walker Bank And Trust Company, And William H. Olwell, Trustees Of A Testamentary Trust Created For And On Behalf Of Bonnie Jane Gile, Eleanor Margaret Olwell, And Carol Jane Olwell, (Or Their Heirs As Therein Respectively Named And As Their Interests Appear), Continental Bank And Trust Company, Trustee Of A Testa-Mentary Trust Under The Will Of John H. Dooly (Or Heir Or Heirs As Therein Named And As Their Interests Appear), And The Ruth Eleanor Bamberger And Ernest John Bamberger Memorial Foundation, A Charitable Corporation V. Thomas C. Clark, Luther I. Clark, E. M. Clark, W. T. Gunter, Administrator, Or John Doe, Successor Administrator Or Representative Of The Estate Of Russell G. Schulder, Deceased, And Maude L. Schulder, Ann Schulder, Russell Graydon Schulder, His Heirs, And All Other Persons Known Or Unknown Claiming An Interest In The Property, The Subject Of This Action : Respondents' Reply To Brief On Petition For Rehearing, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

Margaret Dooly Olwell, Jane Dooly Gile, Walker Bank And Trust Company, And William H. Olwell, Trustees Of A Testamentary Trust Created For And On Behalf Of Bonnie Jane Gile, Eleanor Margaret Olwell, And Carol Jane Olwell, (Or Their Heirs As Therein Respectively Named And As Their Interests Appear), Continental Bank And Trust Company, Trustee Of A Testa-Mentary Trust Under The Will Of John H. Dooly (Or Heir Or Heirs As Therein Named And As Their Interests Appear), And The Ruth Eleanor Bamberger And Ernest John Bamberger Memorial Foundation, A Charitable Corporation V. Thomas C. Clark, Luther I. Clark, E. M. Clark, W. T. Gunter, Administrator, Or John Doe, Successor Administrator Or Representative Of The Estate Of Russell G. Schulder, Deceased, And Maude L. Schulder, Ann Schulder, Russell Graydon Schulder, His Heirs, And All Other Persons Known Or Unknown Claiming An Interest In The Property, The Subject Of This Action : Respondents' Reply To Brief On Petition For Rehearing, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from the Judgment of the Third District Court for Summit County Honorable David W. Dee, Judge


State Of Utah V. D. John Musselman And Linda Ann Coram : Reply Brief Of Appellant On Rehearing, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

State Of Utah V. D. John Musselman And Linda Ann Coram : Reply Brief Of Appellant On Rehearing, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from the Judgment of the Third District Court for Salt Lake County. Honorable G. Hal Taylor, Judge.


Newsletter - 1982-12-23, E. De La Garza Dec 1982

Newsletter - 1982-12-23, E. De La Garza

Kika de la Garza Congressional Papers - Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Dale M. Madsen And Bobby G. Madsen Et Ux V. Christian A. Anderson And Linda P. Anderson : Appellants' Reply Brief, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

Dale M. Madsen And Bobby G. Madsen Et Ux V. Christian A. Anderson And Linda P. Anderson : Appellants' Reply Brief, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from the Judgment of the 6th Judicial District Court of Sevier County. Hon. Don V. Tibbs, Judge.


State Of Utah V. Ronald Dale Easthope : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

State Of Utah V. Ronald Dale Easthope : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from a Jury verdict convicting appellant of Aggravated Sexual Assault, a first-degree felony, in the Third Judicial District Court in and for Salt Lake County, the Honorable Dean E. Conder, judge, presiding.


Interview With Eugene A. Epting, University Of Georgia School Of Law, Eugene A. Epting, Erwin Surrency Dec 1982

Interview With Eugene A. Epting, University Of Georgia School Of Law, Eugene A. Epting, Erwin Surrency

Oral Histories

Professor Erwin Surrency interviewed Eugene A. Epting on December 16, 1982. The physical media for this oral history is contained on tape number 16, and is 1 hour 11 minutes and 18 seconds in length.

Between December 10, 1982 and October 7, 1983 seventeen audio cassette tapes of interviews were conducted between members of the School of Law community by Gwen Wood and Erwin Surrency. The result was a large oral histories project.


State Of Utah V. David Riley Jacob : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

State Of Utah V. David Riley Jacob : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from the findings and order of the Third Judicial District Court entered August 7, 1981, in and for Salt Lake County, State of Utah, the Honorable Christine M. Durham, presiding.


Newsletter - 1982-12-16, E. De La Garza Dec 1982

Newsletter - 1982-12-16, E. De La Garza

Kika de la Garza Congressional Papers - Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Interview With Ellis G. Arnall (Part 1), University Of Georgia School Of Law, Ellis G. Arnall, Gwen Wood Dec 1982

Interview With Ellis G. Arnall (Part 1), University Of Georgia School Of Law, Ellis G. Arnall, Gwen Wood

Oral Histories

Gwen Wood interviewed former Georgia governor Ellis G. Arnall on December 14, 1982.

The physical media for parts one and two of this oral history includes two tapes. Part one, contained on audio cassette tape number 11, is 1 hour 5 minutes in length. Attached as an additional file to this record is the typed transcript of tape 11. Listen to part two of this oral history.

Between December 10, 1982 and October 7, 1983 seventeen audio cassette tapes of interviews were conducted between members of the School of Law community by Gwen Wood and Erwin Surrency. The result …


Margaret Dooly Olwell, Jane Dooly Gile, Walker Bank And Trust Company, And William H. Olwell, Trustees Of A Testamentary Trust Created For And On Behalf Of Bonnie Jane Gile, Eleanor Margaret Olwell, And Carol Jane Olwell, (Or Their Heirs As Therein Respectively Named And As Their Interests Appear), Continental Bank And Trust Company, Trustee Of A Testa-Mentary Trust Under The Will Of John H. Dooly (Or Heir Or Heirs As Therein Named And As Their Interests Appear), And The Ruth Eleanor Bamberger And Ernest John Bamberger Memorial Foundation, A Charitable Corporation V. Thomas C. Clark, Luther I. Clark, E. M. Clark, W. T. Gunter, Administrator, Or John Doe, Successor Administrator Or Representative Of The Estate Of Russell G. Schulder, Deceased, And Maude L. Schulder, Ann Schulder, Russell Graydon Schulder, His Heirs, And All Other Persons Known Or Unknown Claiming An Interest In The Property, The Subject Of This Action : Respondents' Brief On Petition For Rehearing, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

Margaret Dooly Olwell, Jane Dooly Gile, Walker Bank And Trust Company, And William H. Olwell, Trustees Of A Testamentary Trust Created For And On Behalf Of Bonnie Jane Gile, Eleanor Margaret Olwell, And Carol Jane Olwell, (Or Their Heirs As Therein Respectively Named And As Their Interests Appear), Continental Bank And Trust Company, Trustee Of A Testa-Mentary Trust Under The Will Of John H. Dooly (Or Heir Or Heirs As Therein Named And As Their Interests Appear), And The Ruth Eleanor Bamberger And Ernest John Bamberger Memorial Foundation, A Charitable Corporation V. Thomas C. Clark, Luther I. Clark, E. M. Clark, W. T. Gunter, Administrator, Or John Doe, Successor Administrator Or Representative Of The Estate Of Russell G. Schulder, Deceased, And Maude L. Schulder, Ann Schulder, Russell Graydon Schulder, His Heirs, And All Other Persons Known Or Unknown Claiming An Interest In The Property, The Subject Of This Action : Respondents' Brief On Petition For Rehearing, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from the Judgment of the Third District Court for Summit County Honorable David W. Dee, Judge


Interview With William King Meadow (Part 2), University Of Georgia School Of Law Dec 1982

Interview With William King Meadow (Part 2), University Of Georgia School Of Law

Oral Histories

Professor Erwin Surrency interviewing William King Meadow on December 10, 1982 (part 2).


State Of Utah V. D. John Musselman And Linda Ann Coram : Reply Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

State Of Utah V. D. John Musselman And Linda Ann Coram : Reply Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from the Judgment of the Third District Court for Salt Lake County. Honorable G. Hal Taylor, Judge.


Newsletter - 1982-12-09, E. De La Garza Dec 1982

Newsletter - 1982-12-09, E. De La Garza

Kika de la Garza Congressional Papers - Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Kelly Graff And Keri Graff V. Boise Cascade Corp. : Reply Brief Of Appellants, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

Kelly Graff And Keri Graff V. Boise Cascade Corp. : Reply Brief Of Appellants, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from the Judgment of the Fourth Judicial District Court, Utah County. Honorable David Sam, Judge.


State Of Utah V. Robert Reedy, Jr. : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court Dec 1982

State Of Utah V. Robert Reedy, Jr. : Brief Of Appellant, Utah Supreme Court

Utah Supreme Court Briefs (1965 –)

Appeal from a conviction and judgment of Aggravated Robbery, a felony of the Second Degree in the Third Judicial District Court, in and for Salt Lake County, State of Utah, the Honorable David B. Dee, Judge, presiding.


The Opinion Volume 23 Number 7 – December 7, 1982, The Opinion Dec 1982

The Opinion Volume 23 Number 7 – December 7, 1982, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated December 7, 1982. Onion spoof issue. Mismarked vol. 4 no. 1 on cover.


Letter: Betty Castor; Edna Saffy, Betty Castor Dec 1982

Letter: Betty Castor; Edna Saffy, Betty Castor

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Thank you letter from Betty Castor thanking Dr. Saffy for her support. December 7, 1982