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Book Review, Stephen Carter, The Culture Of Disbelief (1993), Laura Gaston Dooley Apr 1994

Book Review, Stephen Carter, The Culture Of Disbelief (1993), Laura Gaston Dooley

Law Faculty Publications

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Review Of A Measure Of Malpractice: Medical Injury, Malpractice Litigation, And Patient Compensation, Vanessa Merton Mar 1994

Review Of A Measure Of Malpractice: Medical Injury, Malpractice Litigation, And Patient Compensation, Vanessa Merton

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

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From Crippled To Disabled: The Legal Empowerment Of Americans With Disabilities, Michael Ashley Stein Jan 1994

From Crippled To Disabled: The Legal Empowerment Of Americans With Disabilities, Michael Ashley Stein

Faculty Publications

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Toil Of The Firestarters, Peter A. Alces Jan 1994

Toil Of The Firestarters, Peter A. Alces

Faculty Publications

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Through The Looking Glass: What Abortion Teaches Us About American Politics, Neal Devins Jan 1994

Through The Looking Glass: What Abortion Teaches Us About American Politics, Neal Devins

Faculty Publications

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Settle Or Sue:What Else Can I Do?, Lela Porter Love Jan 1994

Settle Or Sue:What Else Can I Do?, Lela Porter Love

Articles

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Book Review: The Right To Justice: The Political Economy Of Legal Services In The United States, Jane M. Picker Jan 1994

Book Review: The Right To Justice: The Political Economy Of Legal Services In The United States, Jane M. Picker

Cleveland State Law Review

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Book Review: The Right To Justice: The Political Economy Of Legal Services In The United States, Jane M. Picker Jan 1994

Book Review: The Right To Justice: The Political Economy Of Legal Services In The United States, Jane M. Picker

Cleveland State Law Review

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Thoughts And Lives. Book Reviews Of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes: Law And The Inner Self, By G. Edward White; And Learned Hand: The Man And The Judge, By Gerald Gunther, William P. Lapiana Jan 1994

Thoughts And Lives. Book Reviews Of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes: Law And The Inner Self, By G. Edward White; And Learned Hand: The Man And The Judge, By Gerald Gunther, William P. Lapiana

Other Publications

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and Learned Hand shared a number of characteristics. Both well-known judges, they had uncommonly long careers on the bench and in old age attained a remarkable degree of public prominence. It is not too much to say that the legal profession idolized them both, and certain of their opinions remain staples of law school teaching. Both men even looked the part: Holmes' dramatic moustache and Hand's bushy eyebrows lent credence to the adjective "distinguished." 1 Now they both are the subjects of monumental biographies.


Book Review Of The Constitution Besieged, By Howard Gillman, Edward A. Purcell Jr. Jan 1994

Book Review Of The Constitution Besieged, By Howard Gillman, Edward A. Purcell Jr.

Other Publications

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Mommy Has A Blue Wheelchair: Recognizing The Parental Rights Of People With Disabilities, Michael Ashley Stein Jan 1994

Mommy Has A Blue Wheelchair: Recognizing The Parental Rights Of People With Disabilities, Michael Ashley Stein

Faculty Publications

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The Constitution Of Reasons, Robin West Jan 1994

The Constitution Of Reasons, Robin West

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

Cass Sunstein's book, The Partial Constitution, brings together a number of his constitutional law essays from the last ten years. During that time, Sunstein has argued, powerfully, for the unconstitutionality of regulatory constraints on access to abortion; for the constitutionality of and the need for regulation of violent pornography; for the constitutionality of limits on both campaign spending and congressional control over public broadcasting; for the deep consistency, conventional wisdom to the contrary notwithstanding, of the Court's repudiation of Lochner in 1937 with its 1974 decision in Roe v. Wade; for the view that we should accord far ...


The Untermensch As Ubermensch, Paul Campos Jan 1994

The Untermensch As Ubermensch, Paul Campos

Articles

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Book Review, Land Use Regulation And Legal Rhetoric: Broadening The Terms Of Debate, R. S. Radford Jan 1994

Book Review, Land Use Regulation And Legal Rhetoric: Broadening The Terms Of Debate, R. S. Radford

Fordham Urban Law Journal

Dennis Coyle’s new book, Property Rights and the Constitution, is an important addition to the ongoing debate over the constitutional status of private property. Coyle selectively reviews important land use cases decided by the United States Supreme Court and various states in the post-New Deal era. More importantly, Coyle provides an ideological framework that illuminates several key strands in the constitutional jurisprudence of property law. Coyle traces the ebb and flow of competing attitudes toward property rights and regulation in a way that makes sense of the sometimes chaotic body of case law in this field. In the process ...