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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


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


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


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


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


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


Teaching Case Synthesis, Richard K. Greenstein Sep 1985

Teaching Case Synthesis, Richard K. Greenstein

Georgia State University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Vol. 33, No. 21, April 10, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 1985

Vol. 33, No. 21, April 10, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•BLSA, HLSA Help to Recruit •Law Review Editor Talks on Politics, Feminism •Review Seeks Minorities, But Bakke Limits Search •Trashing the F.Supps •Kopel Blames the Victim •To Loan Forgive Is Divine •Goodbye to all this •Gun Prohibition, is Useless •Diversion Research Urged •Financial Aid for Summer •Lights Out: Rm. l00 Exams •NCAA Winners Are... •Econ to Law: Love at First Cite •Committee Appointments •Notices •"Desperately Seeking Susan" a Winner •Crossword •Another Missed Gravy Train •Random Notes From A Random First-Year •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 20, March 27, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1985

Vol. 33, No. 20, March 27, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Picozzi Now Awaits Ruling •Campbell Hopes for Revision Next Year •Vandals' BB Inflicts Pane (and) Suffering •Critics Too Harsh on Dimon •Sex Pressure •Civil Rights Panel •Activities Should Get Credit •This Week in RG History •Affirmative Action Addresses Social Reality •Freud's Insight Explain Pornography Role •Elections •Former Ambassador Offers Israeli View •One Observer Thinks U -M Met Its Proof •Senate Gives Spare Change •NCAA Lead Change •Notices •Crossword •Law In the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 19, March 20, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1985

Vol. 33, No. 19, March 20, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Picozzi Hearings Continue •Publications Select New Staff •Hartley On U.S., South Africa, Apartheid •Public Interest Conference Held •Evidence Exonerates Picozzi •It's Deductible •Clients Deserve Our Help •This Week In RG History •S.F.F. Summers Give Hands-On Experience •Don't Censor Nicaragua Debate •"Nectarine" Isn't So Peachy After All •Pornography 's Damage is Pervasive & Severe •Unconstitutional, Heterophobic, Dangerous •Notices •Senate Office Allocation Becomes Tentative •Contest Field Narrows, NCAA Advances •Don't Be 'Kahn'ed: Tax Help At Union •Show Offers Art Smorgasbord •Crossword •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 18, March 13, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1985

Vol. 33, No. 18, March 13, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•ABA Inspects Law School •Intellectual Property Prof Brings New Perspective •Picozzi Assesses Arson Hearing •Current SFF Drive Wraps Up March 22 •None of Us Are Immune to Pressures of Law School •The Price of Justice •Action Beyond Hutchins Hall •Hertzberg: J.J. No Sadist •Your Dinner Causes Torture •Law Students Unite! Preserve ''The Pub'' •Social Propositions Basis for Law •Bar Resists Change: No to Specialization •ACLU Sets Up Shop On Michigan Campus •Hoop Upsets Await Prediction •Going with Georgetown Won't be Quite Enough •Curran Explains Factor Point System •New Section Slated •Notices •Random Notes of a Legal Mind •"Breakfast ...


Vol. 33, No. 17, March 6, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 1985

Vol. 33, No. 17, March 6, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Martin Takes Sick Leave •Alumni Tell Tales of Picozzi •Campbell Heads for Finals •State Bankrolls Child Advocacy Clinic •Grape Boycott Time Again •Computerland •Stop Me Before I Write Again •Observer: Picozzi Faces An Uphill Fight •Why Don't Profs Come to Hearing? •Notices •Apathy Hits Food Drive •Computer awaits Students


Vol. 33, No. 16, February 20, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 1985

Vol. 33, No. 16, February 20, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Picozzi Hearing Gets Under Way •Campbell Competitors Tackle Rape Shield Law •Organizations to Share Space •More Credit for Case Club •Your Dinner Causes Poverty •Married Law Students Harried But Happy •Notices •Obiter's "Anatomy" Kudos & Questions •A Challenge to J.J. White


Vol. 33, No. 15, February 13, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 1985

Vol. 33, No. 15, February 13, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Congressman Crockett Speaks on South Africa •Action On Loan Forgiveness •Picozzi Hearing Begins Monday •Polach Defends Theory Of Comparable Worth •'Sunshine' Meetings Should Be The Rule •Boycott Picketed Theaters •Introspection and Externships •Deroy Fellow Makes Visit •Brown Bag Lunch Hears Local Mediator •Clinic Candidate May Cut Court Contact •Notices •Doctor Fegg Grants Exclusive Interview •Crossword •E. T. With Clothes •'Passage To India, Passes RG Muster •Senate Reviews School Accreditation Self-Study •Law in the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 14, February 6, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 1985

Vol. 33, No. 14, February 6, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Haocai Compares Legal Systems •Karate: An Affirmative Defense? •MSA Rep. Schnaufer Opposes the Code •Library Expansion Coming Soon •Public Interest Seeks Redress of Injustice, Not Just Transfer •Give 'Em the Chairs •Capitalist Clients Negate Pro Bono •Martin Clarifies RG Exam Report •Senate Discusses Exams •Notices •Terez: A Public Letter to John Riggins •Law in the Raw


A New List Of Recommended Reading For Prospective Law Students, Michigan Law Review Feb 1985

A New List Of Recommended Reading For Prospective Law Students, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A List Compiled from the Recommendations of the Faculty of the Michigan Law School


Vol. 33, No. 13, January 30, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1985

Vol. 33, No. 13, January 30, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Committee Rethinks Summer Program •Law Profs Attend China Conference •Campbell Heads For Semi-Final Round •Your Own Time Is Between You and Your Conscience •Ease the Debt •Ours is Not to Question Why •Test More Often for Fair Results •Placement Office Fails Average Student •Israeli Diplomat Blum Teaches At M Law •Senate Studies Exam Re-Use Guidelines •Copiers Phase Out Coins •Tardy Reviews Spark Controversy •Loan Forgiveness Committee Stalls •Trivia Experts Win Big •Too Much Going On In 'Cotton Club' •Talking Heads Make Sense •Law Vocal Performers Find Song Outlet •Jonathan Richman Live- Influential, idiosyncratic •Socrates Method Haunts Hutchins •Crossword •Law in ...


Vol. 33, No. 12, January 23, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1985

Vol. 33, No. 12, January 23, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Margolick Blends Law, Journalism •Law Troupe To Re-enact A ''Murder'' •Jewish Views Vary On Law Issues •Kopel Misinterpreted the Bernhard Goetz Shooting •Take Grades With A Grain of Salt •Kopel Amusing •Poor Bear Brunt •Schnee Stung •Office Space Will Wait •Notices •Admissions Has it All Wrong •Show Of English Masters At Art Museum •Law In the Raw


Vol. 33, No. 11, January 16, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1985

Vol. 33, No. 11, January 16, 1985, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Law School Fake Dupes Aid Office For A Loan •It Ain't Ocean Research But… •Clinic Classes Face Large Enrollment •E.O. Students 'Bic'-er •Profs Re-use Exams Yet Again •In The Real World, The Poor Need Guns •So Stop Re-Using Them Already!!! •Gerstmann Criticizes Public Interest Pan •Lodahl Responds: Mea Culpa, But... •Notices •Picozzi Progress •White, Sax Rank With Students •Senate Addresses Exam Re-Use, Room 100 •Whirr, Click and Shuffle: Copy Center on Schedule •Barnes and Noble Enters the Ring •Law Gold, Magnum Fish Devastate Foes •Bang Gang Grid Champs •Crossword •Hart Broken at Michigan Law •Law In the ...


Why Would Law Students Benefit From Studying Economics?, Michelle J. White Jan 1985

Why Would Law Students Benefit From Studying Economics?, Michelle J. White

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

Why would law students benefit from studying economics? Three reasons come to mind. First, knowing some economics should enable students to understand more fully the issues encountered in a variety of areas of the law. Second, in a variety of areas of the law, economic analysis constitutes a central component of the legal arguments made in prosecuting and defending the case. Third, many law students will become involved in policy-making, whether because they end up working in the executive branch of government or because they become legislators, lobbyists, or legislative staff.

In the following sections, I treat each of the ...


Preface, Journal Of Law Reform Jan 1985

Preface, Journal Of Law Reform

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

This collection of essays is offered not as a .finished product but as part of an on-going discussion among faculty, between faculty and students, and between Michigan faculty and others concerned with legal education. It is our hope that this collection will convey to students that faculty members take seriously their responsibility to provide a comprehensive, quality legal education, to individual faculty members that other faculty are thinking about similar issues, and to faculty at other schools that several ideas about legal education are being explored by Michigan faculty members.


Doctrine In A Vacuum: Reflections On What A Law School Ought (And Ought Not) To Be, James Boyd White Jan 1985

Doctrine In A Vacuum: Reflections On What A Law School Ought (And Ought Not) To Be, James Boyd White

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

Although this paper will reach a wider audience, in it I mean mainly to address the students and faculty of the University of Michigan Law School. It is meant to be part of a conversation in which members of this community talk to each other about the life they share.

I have written elsewhere about the expectations-the fears and hopes-that one can appropriately bring to law school. In this paper I speak to those who are immersed in ·the process of legal education, on one side of the podium or the other, and wish to say something of what I ...


Fairness In Teaching Advocacy, Charles W. Joiner Jan 1985

Fairness In Teaching Advocacy, Charles W. Joiner

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

The questions I address are these: Is fairness related to advocacy? Is fairness a concept that law teachers should address in their teaching, in particular in courses involving advocacy? By "courses involving advocacy" I mean courses that teach both law and practice techniques involving the direct protection of the rights of clients, particularly in the courts-for example, civil and criminal procedure and evidence.


Mediation And Negotiation: Learning To Deal With Psychological Responses, Andrew S. Watson Jan 1985

Mediation And Negotiation: Learning To Deal With Psychological Responses, Andrew S. Watson

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

In this essay I analyze some of the emotional events that occur during mediation and negotiation; the analysis may help us understand many of the problems that arise during the development and application of these legal practice skills. Following the analysis I present a few suggestions about how this teaching might best be accomplished.


Is Thinking Like A Lawyer Enough?, Sallyanne Payton Jan 1985

Is Thinking Like A Lawyer Enough?, Sallyanne Payton

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

Every year that I attend meetings of the Law School's Committee of Visitors I ask members of the committee how the school might improve the training that we give to our graduates. Every year until this one the lawyers who have responded to this question have given a standard answer: the young lawyers are smart, they say, smarter in many respects than their seniors, but they don't know how to write well. This response usually leads to a discussion of the proper place of skills training in the law school curriculum; lawyers and professors engage in a little ...