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A Second Look At The Zero Basis Hoax, J. Clifton Fleming Jr. Dec 1994

A Second Look At The Zero Basis Hoax, J. Clifton Fleming Jr.

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Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy: Broadening The Scope Of Child Abuse, Michael T. Flannery Dec 1994

Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy: Broadening The Scope Of Child Abuse, Michael T. Flannery

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From Star To Supernova To Dark, Cold Neutron Star: The Early Life, The Explosion And The Collapse Of Arbitration, Michael Hunter Schwartz Oct 1994

From Star To Supernova To Dark, Cold Neutron Star: The Early Life, The Explosion And The Collapse Of Arbitration, Michael Hunter Schwartz

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Mediating Life And Death Decisions, Diane E. Hoffmann Oct 1994

Mediating Life And Death Decisions, Diane E. Hoffmann

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Feminist Lawmaking And Historical Consciousness: Bringing The Past Into The Future, Elizabeth M. Schneider Oct 1994

Feminist Lawmaking And Historical Consciousness: Bringing The Past Into The Future, Elizabeth M. Schneider

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Hearing Women Not Being Heard: On Carol Gilligan's Getting Civilized And The Complexity Of Voice, Elizabeth M. Schneider Oct 1994

Hearing Women Not Being Heard: On Carol Gilligan's Getting Civilized And The Complexity Of Voice, Elizabeth M. Schneider

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Property Law: 1994 Survey Of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown, Joseph M. Grohman Oct 1994

Property Law: 1994 Survey Of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown, Joseph M. Grohman

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Testing Penry And Its Progeny , Deborah W. Denno Oct 1994

Testing Penry And Its Progeny , Deborah W. Denno

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In Penry v. Lynaugh, the United States Supreme Court held that the Texas death penalty statute was applied unconstitutionally because the trial court gave no instructions allowing the jury to “consider and give effect to” the defendant's mitigating evidence of organic brain damage, moderate retardation, and disadvantaged background. The Court considered these mitigating factors relevant because of society's steadfast belief in the lesser culpability of defendants whose criminal acts are due to a disadvantaged background, or to emotional and mental disorders. The jury must have full consideration of such evidence in order to give its “reasoned moral response ...


Something Old, Something New: The Challenge Of Tuberculosis Control In The Age Of Aids, Karen H. Rothenberg, Elizabeth C. Lovoy Sep 1994

Something Old, Something New: The Challenge Of Tuberculosis Control In The Age Of Aids, Karen H. Rothenberg, Elizabeth C. Lovoy

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The Maryland Health Care Decisions Act: Achieving The Right Balance?, Diane E. Hoffmann Jun 1994

The Maryland Health Care Decisions Act: Achieving The Right Balance?, Diane E. Hoffmann

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Gestational Surrogacy And The Health Care Provider, Karen H. Rothenberg Jun 1994

Gestational Surrogacy And The Health Care Provider, Karen H. Rothenberg

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Understanding The Racial Discourse Of Justice Rehnquist, Jerome Mccristal Culp Jr. Apr 1994

Understanding The Racial Discourse Of Justice Rehnquist, Jerome Mccristal Culp Jr.

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Law, Culture, And Harassment, Anita Bernstein Apr 1994

Law, Culture, And Harassment, Anita Bernstein

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Forward: Ed Sparer's Legacy, Elizabeth M. Schneider Apr 1994

Forward: Ed Sparer's Legacy, Elizabeth M. Schneider

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Some Tips On Using Collaborative Exercises, Paula Lustbader Mar 1994

Some Tips On Using Collaborative Exercises, Paula Lustbader

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This article outlines the teaching method of collaborative learning, which is apparently effective but difficult to properly administer. It provides teachers with a variety of ways to effectively employ this method.


Choice Of Law: A Guide For Texas Attorneys, James P. George Mar 1994

Choice Of Law: A Guide For Texas Attorneys, James P. George

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This Article is a follow-up to an earlier article, Choice of Law Outline for Texas Courts, 18 Tex. Tech L.Rev. 785 (1987), which attempted to illustrate the proper Texas choice of law analysis under the then-recently-adopted “most significant relationship test.” The prior Article was intended for Texas judges, and considered only what ought to occur in a Texas state or federal court. This successor Article is for Texas practitioners, but goes beyond the Texas courtroom. It focuses on the choice of law process in Texas state and federal courts, but is broad enough to acquaint the reader with choice ...


Heirs Of Leonardo: Cultural Obstacles To Strict Products Liability In Italy, Anita Bernstein, Paul Fanning Mar 1994

Heirs Of Leonardo: Cultural Obstacles To Strict Products Liability In Italy, Anita Bernstein, Paul Fanning

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You've Got It Coming -- Winning Discovery Through Effective Motions Practice, David J. Stout Mar 1994

You've Got It Coming -- Winning Discovery Through Effective Motions Practice, David J. Stout

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An effective discovery motion begins with the underlying discovery document and a thoughtful plan for discovery.

This article will begin with a brief overview of the more important substantive legal points relevant to discovery. The materials will then address some of the more recurrent problems encountered by counsel during the course of discovery. Finally, the discussion will examine the timing, form and content of discovery motions.


1993 Amendments To The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure Effective December 1, 1993, Daid J. Stout Feb 1994

1993 Amendments To The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure Effective December 1, 1993, Daid J. Stout

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On December I, 1993 Congress allowed an important series of amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to pass into law. The amendments, particularly with regard to discovery, are extensive and you should carefully review the changes.

The discussions of the 1993 amendments consist of two articles. This article addresses the 1993 amendments (Rule 26, 30 - 37, and 16) as they impact the discovery process.


The Tax Court Revisits The Golsen Rule: Lardas V. Commissioner, Donald B. Tobin Jan 1994

The Tax Court Revisits The Golsen Rule: Lardas V. Commissioner, Donald B. Tobin

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"The Woman In The Street:" Reclaiming The Public Space From Sexual Harassment, Deborah Thompson Eisenberg Jan 1994

"The Woman In The Street:" Reclaiming The Public Space From Sexual Harassment, Deborah Thompson Eisenberg

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The Good Mother: The Limits Of Reproductive Accountability And Genetic Choice, R. Alta Charo, Karen H. Rothenberg Jan 1994

The Good Mother: The Limits Of Reproductive Accountability And Genetic Choice, R. Alta Charo, Karen H. Rothenberg

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The Straight-Line Method Of Determining Personal Jurisdiction, John M. Brumbaugh, William L. Reynolds Jan 1994

The Straight-Line Method Of Determining Personal Jurisdiction, John M. Brumbaugh, William L. Reynolds

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Democracy's Incursion Into The Eastern Shore: The 1870 Election In Chestertown, C. Christopher Brown Jan 1994

Democracy's Incursion Into The Eastern Shore: The 1870 Election In Chestertown, C. Christopher Brown

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Child Support, Visitation, Shared Custody And Split Custody, Karen Czapanskiy Jan 1994

Child Support, Visitation, Shared Custody And Split Custody, Karen Czapanskiy

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The Iron Law Of Full Faith And Credit, William L. Reynolds Jan 1994

The Iron Law Of Full Faith And Credit, William L. Reynolds

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Alimony And Efficiency: The Gendered Costs And Benefits Of Economic Justification For Alimony, Jana B. Singer Jan 1994

Alimony And Efficiency: The Gendered Costs And Benefits Of Economic Justification For Alimony, Jana B. Singer

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Education For A Public Calling In The 21st Century, Phoebe A. Haddon Jan 1994

Education For A Public Calling In The 21st Century, Phoebe A. Haddon

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Rethinking The Jury, Phoebe A. Haddon Jan 1994

Rethinking The Jury, Phoebe A. Haddon

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Judicial Recantation, Mark A. Graber Jan 1994

Judicial Recantation, Mark A. Graber

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