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Liability Of The State And Its Employees For The Negligent Investigation Of Child Abuse Reports, Susan Lynn Abbott Dec 1993

Liability Of The State And Its Employees For The Negligent Investigation Of Child Abuse Reports, Susan Lynn Abbott

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Foreword To Native Law Selections: Recent Developments In Federal Indian Law As Applied To Native Alaskans, Susanne Di Pietro Dec 1993

Foreword To Native Law Selections: Recent Developments In Federal Indian Law As Applied To Native Alaskans, Susanne Di Pietro

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rule 82 Revisited: Attorney Fee Shifting In Alaska, Kevin Michael Kordziel Dec 1993

Rule 82 Revisited: Attorney Fee Shifting In Alaska, Kevin Michael Kordziel

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff Dec 1993

Journal Staff

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tribal Court Jurisdiction And Public Law 280: What Role For Tribal Courts In Alaska, Susanne Di Pietro Dec 1993

Tribal Court Jurisdiction And Public Law 280: What Role For Tribal Courts In Alaska, Susanne Di Pietro

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Waiver Of Tribal Sovereign Immunity In The Contractual Context: Conflict Between The Ninth Circuit And The Alaska Supreme Court, Kenton Keller Pettit Dec 1993

The Waiver Of Tribal Sovereign Immunity In The Contractual Context: Conflict Between The Ninth Circuit And The Alaska Supreme Court, Kenton Keller Pettit

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Insurance Regulation In Alaska: Healthy Exercise Of A State Prerogative, David G. Stebing Dec 1993

Insurance Regulation In Alaska: Healthy Exercise Of A State Prerogative, David G. Stebing

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Colonization Of The Womb, Nancy Ehrenreich Dec 1993

The Colonization Of The Womb, Nancy Ehrenreich

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff Dec 1993

Journal Staff

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Fairness And Trust In Corporate Law, Lawrence E. Mitchell Dec 1993

Fairness And Trust In Corporate Law, Lawrence E. Mitchell

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Annie Get Your Gun ‘Cause Help Ain’T Comin’: The Need For Constitutional Protection From Peer Abuse In Public Schools, Adam Michael Greenfield Dec 1993

Annie Get Your Gun ‘Cause Help Ain’T Comin’: The Need For Constitutional Protection From Peer Abuse In Public Schools, Adam Michael Greenfield

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Section 241 And The First Amendment: Avoiding A False Conflict Through Proper Mens Rea Analysis, Adam G. Safwat Dec 1993

Section 241 And The First Amendment: Avoiding A False Conflict Through Proper Mens Rea Analysis, Adam G. Safwat

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Withholding Consent To Alienate: If Your Landlord Is In A Bad Mood, Can He Prevent You From Alienating Your Lease?, Martha Wach Dec 1993

Withholding Consent To Alienate: If Your Landlord Is In A Bad Mood, Can He Prevent You From Alienating Your Lease?, Martha Wach

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The “Proper” Scope Of Federal Power: A Jurisdictional Interpretation Of The Sweeping Clause, Gary Lawson, Patricia B. Granger Nov 1993

The “Proper” Scope Of Federal Power: A Jurisdictional Interpretation Of The Sweeping Clause, Gary Lawson, Patricia B. Granger

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Stolen Artwork: Deciding Ownership Is No Pretty Picture, Andrea E. Hayworth Nov 1993

Stolen Artwork: Deciding Ownership Is No Pretty Picture, Andrea E. Hayworth

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff Nov 1993

Journal Staff

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Empirical Evidence On The Deep Pockets Hypothesis: Jury Awards For Pain And Suffering In Medical Malpractice Cases, Neil Vidmar Nov 1993

Empirical Evidence On The Deep Pockets Hypothesis: Jury Awards For Pain And Suffering In Medical Malpractice Cases, Neil Vidmar

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Proving A Criminal Predisposition: Separating The Unwary Innocent From The Unwary Criminal, W. H. Johnson Iii Nov 1993

Proving A Criminal Predisposition: Separating The Unwary Innocent From The Unwary Criminal, W. H. Johnson Iii

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Confirming The Constitution: The Role Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Stephen J. Wermiel Oct 1993

Confirming The Constitution: The Role Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Stephen J. Wermiel

Law and Contemporary Problems

The confirmation process for Supreme Court justices is examined as a form of indirect constitutional interpretation by the Senate. Recent confirmation struggles are used as examples.


Disagreement And Interpretation, Robert F. Nagel Oct 1993

Disagreement And Interpretation, Robert F. Nagel

Law and Contemporary Problems

The question of what weight--if any--courts should give to elected government resistance to court decisions is examined. A principle is sought that explains why courts should not consider local resistance when deliberating on constitutional questions.


The Legislative Veto: Invalidated, It Survives, Louis Fisher Oct 1993

The Legislative Veto: Invalidated, It Survives, Louis Fisher

Law and Contemporary Problems

The Supreme Court's decision in "INS vs Chadha" is examined, and the origins of the legislative veto and its traditional place in the lawmaking process is discussed.


Shareholder Voting And The Chicago School: Now Is The Winter Of Our Discontent, Alexander G. Simpson Oct 1993

Shareholder Voting And The Chicago School: Now Is The Winter Of Our Discontent, Alexander G. Simpson

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff Oct 1993

Journal Staff

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

No abstract provided.


Aspiration And Reality In Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, And Singapore: An Introduction To The Environmental Regulatory Systems Of Asia’S Four New Dragons, Richard J. Ferris Jr. Oct 1993

Aspiration And Reality In Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, And Singapore: An Introduction To The Environmental Regulatory Systems Of Asia’S Four New Dragons, Richard J. Ferris Jr.

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

No abstract provided.


The Command And Control Of United Nations Forces In The Era Of “Peace Enforcement”, James W. Houck Oct 1993

The Command And Control Of United Nations Forces In The Era Of “Peace Enforcement”, James W. Houck

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

No abstract provided.


Vietnamese Women And Children Refugees In Hong Kong: An Argument Against Arbitrary Detention, Eve B. Burton, David B. Goldstein Oct 1993

Vietnamese Women And Children Refugees In Hong Kong: An Argument Against Arbitrary Detention, Eve B. Burton, David B. Goldstein

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

No abstract provided.


Banning The Cultural Exclusion: Free Trade And Copyrighted Goods, Stacie I. Strong Oct 1993

Banning The Cultural Exclusion: Free Trade And Copyrighted Goods, Stacie I. Strong

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

No abstract provided.


The President’S Power Of Interpretation: Implications Of A Unified Theory Of Constitutional Law, Geoffrey P. Miller Oct 1993

The President’S Power Of Interpretation: Implications Of A Unified Theory Of Constitutional Law, Geoffrey P. Miller

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Gender In The Military: Androcentrism And Institutional Reform, Kathryn Abrams Oct 1993

Gender In The Military: Androcentrism And Institutional Reform, Kathryn Abrams

Law and Contemporary Problems

Military exclusion policies have been challenged by straight women, gays and lesbians. Questions about the arguments and the institutional mechanisms through which change can best be achieved are discussed.


Voting Rights And The “Statutory Constitution”, Peter M. Shane Oct 1993

Voting Rights And The “Statutory Constitution”, Peter M. Shane

Law and Contemporary Problems

The appeal of regarding certain statutes as having constitutional status is discussed. The possibility that certain statutes may lay claim to expressing fundamental law in a way that entitles them to be included within the range of material relevant to constitutional interpretation is examined.