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Civil Procedure—Collateral Estoppel—The Evolution Of Collateral Estoppel In Arkansas: Is Mutuality Of Estoppel An Anachronism, Ronald Carl Wilson Oct 1983

Civil Procedure—Collateral Estoppel—The Evolution Of Collateral Estoppel In Arkansas: Is Mutuality Of Estoppel An Anachronism, Ronald Carl Wilson

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Arkansas Juvenile Courts: Do Lay Judges Satisfy Due Process In Delinquency Cases, Paula J. Casey Oct 1983

Arkansas Juvenile Courts: Do Lay Judges Satisfy Due Process In Delinquency Cases, Paula J. Casey

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Transboundary Groundwater Law: Focus On The U.S.-Mexico Boundary [Includes Appended Opinion In City Of El Paso Ex Rel. Pub. Serv. Bd. V. Reynolds, Civ. No. 80-730 Hb, 563 F. Supp. 279 (D.N.M. 1983)], Albert E. Utton Jun 1983

Transboundary Groundwater Law: Focus On The U.S.-Mexico Boundary [Includes Appended Opinion In City Of El Paso Ex Rel. Pub. Serv. Bd. V. Reynolds, Civ. No. 80-730 Hb, 563 F. Supp. 279 (D.N.M. 1983)], Albert E. Utton

Groundwater: Allocation, Development and Pollution (Summer Conference, June 6-9)

48 pages.


Revision And Codification Of Penal Law In The United States, Herbert Wechsler Apr 1983

Revision And Codification Of Penal Law In The United States, Herbert Wechsler

Dalhousie Law Journal

I am honored by the invitation to address you and happy to join in. your tribute to the memory of Horace Read. Dean Read was a pioneer in the perception that this is d legislative age, one of the greatest legislative eras of all time. He was concerned that lawyers be equipped to deal effectively with the ever growing corpus of the statutory law and he made valuable contributions to that end. Whether the larger legislative role in the development of law that he depicted and foresaw was a phenomenon that he regarded with approval or regret, I must confess ...


How Are You Going To Keep Them Down On The (Collective) Farm After They’Ve Seen Chicago?: A Minor’S Right To Political Asylum Against His Parents’ Wishes, Michael G. Hillinger Jan 1983

How Are You Going To Keep Them Down On The (Collective) Farm After They’Ve Seen Chicago?: A Minor’S Right To Political Asylum Against His Parents’ Wishes, Michael G. Hillinger

Faculty Publications

“Children’s rights” is a nebulous phrase subsuming two very different issues: the extent to which children can assert the same rights against the state as adults, and the extent to which the state can limit a parent’s power over his child. In cases involving the issue of children’s rights , the Supreme Court has defined those rights in a relatively restrictive fashion. On the one hand, the Supreme Court has recognized that children have constitutional rights independent of those enjoyed by their parents. On the other hand, it has frequently held those rights to be either less than ...


Recent Developments In Tort Law And The Federal Courts, John W. Wade Jan 1983

Recent Developments In Tort Law And The Federal Courts, John W. Wade

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Ancillary Relief In Federal Securities Law: A Study In Federal Remedies, George W. Dent Jan 1983

Ancillary Relief In Federal Securities Law: A Study In Federal Remedies, George W. Dent

Faculty Publications

After describing the history and current practice of ancillary relief in federal securities law, this Article analyzes the general law of federal remedies and ancillary relief, including ancillary relief in other areas of administrative law, recent developments in federal equity, statutory interpretation, and federal common law, and implied statutory remedies. The Article then examines pertinent aspects of the federal securities laws, including their legislative history and recent judicial interpretations. On this basis the Article recommends both a general approach to ancillary relief in federal securities law and responses to problems of specific remedies. Finally, the Article discusses ancillary relief under ...


Limits On Legislative Court Judicial Power: The Need For Balancing Competing Interests, Kenneth T. Kristl Dec 1982

Limits On Legislative Court Judicial Power: The Need For Balancing Competing Interests, Kenneth T. Kristl

Kenneth T Kristl

No abstract provided.