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La Faculté De Droit De L'Universite De Sherbrooke, Jean-Marie Lavoie Dec 1985

La Faculté De Droit De L'Universite De Sherbrooke, Jean-Marie Lavoie

Dalhousie Law Journal

httLa Faculte de droit de l'Universite de Sherbrooke c~lbrait en 1984 le trenti&me anniversaire de sa fondation. L'occasion est appropriee pour dresser un portrait de 1'&volution de notre institution et degager, si possible, les perspectives de son avenir.


Vol. 34, No. 11, November 20, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1985

Vol. 34, No. 11, November 20, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Food Drive Competition Kicks Off •Rivlin Advocates Aggressive Moderatism •Senate Proposes to Form Outline Bank •Blind Leading The Blind •Comparable Worth Hurts Women •Economist Suggests That the Center Makes Sense •Reviewer Grooves on Jagged Edge •Animals Cavort In Socratic Fractured Fairy Tale •Law in the Raw


Judicial Notice November 18th, 1985 V12 N4, The Catholic University Of America, Columbus School Of Law Nov 1985

Judicial Notice November 18th, 1985 V12 N4, The Catholic University Of America, Columbus School Of Law

Judicial Notice

No abstract provided.


Vol. 34, No. 10, November 13, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1985

Vol. 34, No. 10, November 13, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Firms Answer Summer Associate Survey •Visitors Blend Law & Marriage •Alternative Careers Pursued By Law Students •Senate Joins Food Drive •Examining Exams •America Should Abandon NATO •American Bar Association Wants New Law Student Participants •Nafranowicz Writes of Nefarious Nectar •Vandalism Strikes •Condemning Attack on Society Barrister-Senator Writes Letter •Brumm Sums Up TV's Equalizer •Crossword •Blue Water, Pink Death: Rogue Salmon •Grease Graces Krazy Jim's Hamburger Stand •Dudley, Stevens and What The Bird Saw •Law in the Raw


Vol. 34, No. 9, November 6, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 1985

Vol. 34, No. 9, November 6, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Students Conduct Boycotts •Law Prof Advocates Hand Gun Ordinance •Oral Arguments to Start Today •Senators Consider Sanctions On Barristers for Initiation •Just the Facts, Please •Courts Should Not Ban Handguns •Don't Liquidate the Barristers •Audio-Visual Legal Stimulation To Inspire Studying •Crossword •Law In the Raw


A Judge’S Advice To Today’S Law Graduates, Roger J. Miner '56 Nov 1985

A Judge’S Advice To Today’S Law Graduates, Roger J. Miner '56

Lawyers and the Legal Profession

No abstract provided.


Vol. 34, No. 8, October 30, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1985

Vol. 34, No. 8, October 30, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Experimental Section Blazes New Paths •Speakers Blast Sexist Discrimination •Politicians Debate Malpractice, Tort Revolt •Boycott Firms with S. Africa Ties •Applause For Moot Court Changes •Barristers Should Dissolve After Poisoning •Gunther Fan Mail •Big Apple Comedy Gets Dark Afterhours •John Mortimer 's Rumpole Passes American Bar •Crossword •The Paper Chase II: Hart Strikes Back •Law in the Raw


Judicial Notice October 28th, 1985 V12 N3, The Catholic University Of America, Columbus School Of Law Oct 1985

Judicial Notice October 28th, 1985 V12 N3, The Catholic University Of America, Columbus School Of Law

Judicial Notice

No abstract provided.


Vol. 34, No. 7, October 23, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1985

Vol. 34, No. 7, October 23, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Professor Basks in Media Limelight •Student Discovers Asbestos In Study Lounge •Barrister Initiation Sends Student to Hospital: Group Contemplates Reforms •For All You Do •Meese Runs Roughshod Over the Presumption of Innocence •Contribute To Family Law Project •More Speech Is Not Always Better •Peace Demonstrators Should Shout Down George Bush •Notices •U-M Honors Vining And J.B. White •Senate Mulls Committees •Soul Dogs Score Two Championship Titles •Law School Linksters Soaked •First Year Battles Mind-Warping Texts •Streep Shines, Sting's Fine In Plenty •Crossword •Point: Send The Squirrels Packing •Counterpoint: Squirrels Are Cute •Law in the Raw


Vol. 34, No. 6, October 16, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1985

Vol. 34, No. 6, October 16, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Other Law Reviews' Policies Different •Pendleton Sparks Law Student Outrage •Rex Lee Describes Solicitor General's Office •Respect Speech •Evangelist Pat Robertson Seeks A New Role in Party Politics •Organizations' Unique Role Is Worth More Than a Few Drinks •Henneman Attack on Political Mothers Misogynistic •Politicians' Wives Should Lobby •Figures Don't Lie, But Liars Figure •Don't Drink Up Money •Essay on MADD Typical RG Sexism •Law School Senate Looks At Vending Machine Flaws •Notices •Angst Of God: Jane's Fear Of Flying •Crossword •Law in the Raw


Vol. 34, No. 5, October 9, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1985

Vol. 34, No. 5, October 9, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Ehrlichman Urges Help for Convicts •Res Gestae Roving Reporter Gets Pub Reactions •Senate Passes Office Space Resolution •Do Not Hide Behind Canons to Avoid Social Responsibility •ELS Blasts RG For Story Inaccuracies •Pernick Wants New Transcript Policy •Social Committee Will Begin Carding •Political Mothers Threaten Freedoms •Basement Groups Profit at Partygoers' Expense •Notices •Prohibition Of Alcohol Advertisements Considered •Law School Fellowships Awarded To Alternative Disciplines •Yuppies Are Quickly Losing Favor •Are You A Law Student? •Crossword •Fashion Plate Wendlandt Gives Tips •Law in the Raw


Vol. 34, No. 4, October 2, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 1985

Vol. 34, No. 4, October 2, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•New Groups Add Diversity •Review Editor Arrested At Purcell Protest •LSSS: Boycott S. Africa Firms •ELS Discovers Hornbook Project Debt •If You Have a Beef, Write Us a Letter •Keep Those Ideals •There Are Many Gay and Exciting Cities •lglitzin Explains C. America Sit-in •Notices •Senate Elections •Groups For Every Bent •Super Creep Pee Wee Winning In Weird Flick •Sub-merged In Post-Nuclear World •Law in the Raw


Advocate, Fall 1985, Vol. 21, No. 1, Office Of Communications And Public Relations Oct 1985

Advocate, Fall 1985, Vol. 21, No. 1, Office Of Communications And Public Relations

News @ UGA School of Law

"Sweet Smell of Success" The ABA/AALS Evaluation; The Job Shop: Placement Resources; LL.M. Program Expands With An International Flair; The Rusk Center: Timely Fall Conferences; Brown Clerks for U.S. Chief Justice Burger; A Visit From Gray's Inn; The Brussels/Athens Connection; Vogel-Polsky Gives Edith House Lecture; Sibley Lecture Series Features Judge Rubin; Edwin Newman Interviews Dean Rusk; Maxine Thomas Named Kellogg Foundation Fellow; Former Secretary of Labor Wirtz Practitioner in Residence; Faculty Notes; Class Challenge Program; Capital Gifts


Morris Sheppard Arnold Appointed Dean And Foskett Professor Oct 1985

Morris Sheppard Arnold Appointed Dean And Foskett Professor

Morris Arnold (1985)

No abstract provided.


Dean's Message, Maurice J. Holland Oct 1985

Dean's Message, Maurice J. Holland

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

No abstract provided.


Autumn 1985 Oct 1985

Autumn 1985

Bill of Particulars

No abstract provided.


Volume 8, Issue 2 (Fall 1985) Oct 1985

Volume 8, Issue 2 (Fall 1985)

Transcript

No abstract provided.


A Short History Of The School Of Law At Ualr, Lawrence H. Averill Jr. Oct 1985

A Short History Of The School Of Law At Ualr, Lawrence H. Averill Jr.

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Volume 21, Issue 1 (Fall 1985), University Of Georgia School Of Law Oct 1985

Volume 21, Issue 1 (Fall 1985), University Of Georgia School Of Law

Advocate Magazine

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • "Sweet Smell of Success" The ABA/AALS Evaluation
  • The Job Shop: Placement Resources
  • LL.M. Program Expands With An International Flair
  • The Rusk Center: Timely Fall Conferences
  • Brown Clerks for U.S. Chief Justice Burger
  • A Visit From Gray's Inn
  • The Brussels/Athens Connection
  • Vogel-Polsky Gives Edith House Lecture
  • Sibley Lecture Series Features Judge Rubin
  • Edwin Newman Interviews Dean Rusk
  • Maxine Thomas Named Kellogg Foundation Fellow
  • Former Secretary of Labor Wirtz Practitioner in Residence
  • Faculty Notes
  • Class Challenge Program
  • Capital Gifts


A Tribute To Thomas Headrick, Charles S. Desmond, John Henry Schlegel, Robert Schaus, William R. Greiner Oct 1985

A Tribute To Thomas Headrick, Charles S. Desmond, John Henry Schlegel, Robert Schaus, William R. Greiner

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Vol. 34, No. 3, September 25, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 1985

Vol. 34, No. 3, September 25, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Law School Organizations Pitch Budget To Senate •University ACLU Plans Busy Year •HLSA Office Vandalism Victim •Reagan's Era of Feeling Good •Budget Highs & Lows •Keep Transcripts Secret •Stop Review Snoops •Senate Debates Committee Assignments •Latest Star Trek Novel Should Be Beamed Up •Forrest Cleans Out Jeopardy •Why Not To Work In Your City •Summer Associate Goes All Out For Bo's Team •Law in the Raw


Vol. 34, No. 2, September 18, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 1985

Vol. 34, No. 2, September 18, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Student Caught Altering Transcript •Review Gets All Grades •New Moot Court Begins •US Refugee Policy Aids Torture •Keep Grades Private •Asylum Rules Applied Unequally •Student Senate Statistics •"Spider Woman's" Bite is Sharp •Crossword •Law in the Raw


Judicial Notice September 16th, 1985 V12 N1, The Catholic University Of America, Columbus School Of Law Sep 1985

Judicial Notice September 16th, 1985 V12 N1, The Catholic University Of America, Columbus School Of Law

Judicial Notice

No abstract provided.


Vol. 34, No. 1, September 11, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 1985

Vol. 34, No. 1, September 11, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Guenzel Held Picozzi Arson Not 'Highly Probable' •Rape Trial, Juror Study Shows Bias •Law Pub To Finally Open September 17 •Clinic Active Summers •Government Shouldn't Ban Drugs •Welcome Back •National Lawyers' Guild: Join Us •Avoiding the Stress of First Year •Notices •Study Finds Rape Juries Biased •Law Senate Gets Rolling •Campus Rapes Reported •A Local Guide to Television Listings •Law in the Raw


Faculty-Edited Law Reviews: Yes -- A Statement By Roger C. Cramton, Roger C. Cramton Sep 1985

Faculty-Edited Law Reviews: Yes -- A Statement By Roger C. Cramton, Roger C. Cramton

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Law Dean Nominated For Judge, Brian Mccoy Aug 1985

Law Dean Nominated For Judge, Brian Mccoy

Morris Arnold (1985)

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, July 1985, Section 1 Jul 1985

Virginia Bar Exam, July 1985, Section 1

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


Virginia Bar Exam, July 1985, Section 2 Jul 1985

Virginia Bar Exam, July 1985, Section 2

Virginia Bar Exam Archive

No abstract provided.


New Dean Continues Family's Law Tradition, Brian Mccoy Jul 1985

New Dean Continues Family's Law Tradition, Brian Mccoy

Morris Arnold (1985)

No abstract provided.


New Dean Talks About Training Public Perception Of Lawyers Jul 1985

New Dean Talks About Training Public Perception Of Lawyers

Morris Arnold (1985)

No abstract provided.